Police Commissioner Chihuri admits there iscorruption among traffic officer/

Image result for comm chihuriPolice Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri yesterday said some of his officers mounting roadblocks are corrupt and a number has been dismissed from the force, but blamed motorists for offering bribes instead of paying fines.

He said it was a misconception that the police kept money properly raised from roadblocks, which they deposit into a bank account administered by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

Of late, there has been concern among Zimbabweans at the high number of roadblocks, both in cities and highways, raising suspicion that police were out to fleece motorists.

But Comm-Gen Chihuri told legislators from the Parliamentary Portfolio Committees on Peace and Security, and Home Affairs and Security Services on a familiarisation tour of several police projects in Harare that police did not set targets for fine collections at roadblocks. Read more

Mourhino says he rejected big money to coach in China, but wont blame those going there

Man U coach Jose Mourinho has revealed he snubbed big money at Chinese Super League clubs to remain at Manchester United, but he won’t criticize players who decide to leave top European clubs to join Chinese clubs due to their high wages.

Big name players like Carlos Tevez, Obafemi Martins, Oscar, Ramires and most recently John Mikel Obi have snubbed European football for high earning sums at China, but Mourinho believes everyone’s choice should be respected.

Mourinho speaking to GQ said:
“I have already refused a big offer to go to China, but I don’t criticise anyone who decides to do it.“It’s their choice, their life. Only they can decide what they need for their future. Other managers in the Premier League have been critical, but I am no critic.

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Nigerian lady, Imelme Umana, elected first black woman President of the Harvard Law Review

Imelme who is from Akwa Ibom state is following the footstep of Former US President Barack Obama who became the first black man elected as Havard Law Review’s president in 1990.

Umana, who is a doctorate candidate at Harvard Law School, has served as chair of the Community Action Committee, a board member of the Harvard Model Congress Boston, and a research assistant at the school’s Hiphop Archive at the Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research.

Married SA woman caught sleeping with Zim garden boy

A married woman who was in the habit of offering her honey pot to the garden boy, while her husband was at work was recently busted by her mother in law and paraded in the streets, na_ked.

Drama unfolded in Matritzburg when a married woman was caught unaware while being serviced by her gardener. The woman Mrs Mkhize was in the dirty habit of sleeping with the helper but on this fateful day, her mother in law paid a surprise visit from Empangeni and found the two in action. Read more

Kenyan woman puts up photo of cheating husband on a national newspaper

A Kenyan lady, Wanjiru Kamami who is tired of her husband’s cheating decided to embarrass him by putting up his photo on a national newspaper, warning young ladies about his marital status. Read the translated version of the advert below:

“This is to inform the general public that the person whose photograph appears above is the husband to Wanjiru Kamami (Shiro) since 1982, (sic) therefore if you see him getting lied to with school girls or young women at the market, tell him to go home or call my number 0751993571”

Trump admin considering asking foreign visitors for intimate details like social media info and phone contacts

Following President Trump’s executive order on immigration, Stephen Miller, the White House policy director revealed to officials of the State Department, Customs and Border Patrol, Department of Homeland Security and others that Trump is deeply committed to the executive order and has the support of the public.

On that note, Trump administration officials are discussing the possibility of asking foreign visitors to disclose all websites and social media sites they visit, and to share the contacts in their cell phones. Refusal to comply could lead to the visitor being denied entry. Read more

Prophet Magaya speaks on Soul Jah Love Healing

HARARE – Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya says he did his part in trying to heal ailing award-winning Zimdancehall artiste Soul Jah Love aka Jah Love.

The Ndini Uya Uya hit maker is reportedly battling diabetes which has damaged his nerves and blood vessels.

In the legs, this damage has caused a lack of feeling and poor circulation to his feet, causing foot ulcers and infections.

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There were fears that he could eventually be amputated. The artiste has suffered from sugar diabetes since the age of seven and has been hospitalised a number of times. Read more

Prophet Magaya unveils new anointing water bottle

HARARE – Prophetic Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya has unveiled new anointing bottle, but this time with water not oil.

The new anointing bottle containing what is called water of life was unveiled last week at his Waterfalls base in Harare.

“The new anointing bottle was inspired by biblical verse Revelations 22:1- 2 which read… “Then the angel showed me a river with the water of life, clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb. It flowed down the centre of the main street. Read more

Voluptuous Kenyan lady reveals her HIV Status

24-year-old Doreen Moraa, was born with HIV, and she disclosed in an interesting interview with eDaily how she learnt of her status while still in primary school.Her touching story serves as a great lesson…

Doreen’s parents are a discordant couple, meaning one of her parents is HIV positive(+) and the other one is HIV negative(-). The Kenyan lady comes from a family of five siblings, one died a few years back. She is the only child in her family living with the virus.

About how she got to know of her status, Doreen said:

“When I was aged 12 and a pupil in Standard Seven. During one of my many hospital visits, I overheard my mum talking with my doctor. All along, I was visiting the hospital, but I did not know what exactly was wrong with me. I heard the doctor ask my mum: ‘When did you discover that she is HIV (Positive)?’’

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