Written by YAMIKANI SIMUTOWE
BLANTYRE (Maravipost)--Mr 265, Malawi's representative to this year's Big Brother Africa reality TV show, is up for eviction this Sunday.
The Times TV presenter received five nominations from fellow Hotshots for being oppressive in the house.
While Sipe, Malawi's other rep, is safe at least this week. Her group won a task and were exempted from nominations.
With six of the seven housemates evicted so far being women, there is just one lady in danger this week--Botswana's Sheillah.
Sheillah received 10 nominations, mostly because of her attitude and temper, followed by Mack2 from Zambia, who received nine nominations.
Namibia's Luis received four nominations with most of the nominators choosing him because he had earlier wanted to willingly leave the house.
All the nominees are Sheillah, Arthur and Frankie (both Rwanda), Kacey Moore (Ghana), Luis from Namibia, Mr 265 (Malawi) and Mockey2 from Zambia.
Written by Nicolas Nice
By Nicolas Nice
The Coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CCSOs) has accused the Lagos State Government of trying to subvert justice in the ongoing trial involving Synagogue Church of All Nations and the state.
The group’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Adams Sanusi, in a press statement, said the group wishes “to draw the attention of Nigerians to a grand attempt by the Ministry of Environment of Lagos State to arm-twist SCOAN and Pastor T.B. Joshua into submission and accept guilt of the collapsed building belonging to the Synagogue Church of all Nations in Lagos.”
Written by Ihechukwu Njoku
Although controversial Nigerian ‘Prophet’ T.B. Joshua has not been seen in public for over five months, indications have emerged that his ‘famed’ predictions have not ceased.
According to Nigerian celebrity news site, ‘Sahara Weekly’, Joshua had warned some ‘government officials’ who visited him that Boko Haram insurgents had infiltrated Abuja and were planning to carry out ‘suicide bombing’ attacks.
Written by Charles Mkula
The We Have Faith – Act now for Climate Justice Pan-African Cycling Campaign enters Malawi from Zambia the morning of Thursday 8th October, 2015. It is made up of nine countries and Malawi is the sixth country to take over the country-to-country relay.
The Campaign brings together faith based organizations, civil society organizations and youth movements from East and Southern Africa aimed at collecting 1 million petitions. The African People’s Petition aims at putting pressure on national, regional and world leaders to urgently act on Climate Change.