KKK Holds Parade To Celebrate Trump’s Win

The Ku Klux Klan held a pathetic parade to celebrate the election of Donald Trump in North Carolina on Saturday.

The hate group’s “parade” was originally to be held in Pelham but was moved one county over to Roxboro because of protestors.

The Burlington Times-News reports that the KKK rally had a full police escort. State troopers blocked intersections while 30 vehicles drove around the town.

The paper reports that men and women shouted “White power!” and “Hail victory!” from vehicles flying KKK flags, Confederate battle flags, Donald Trump flags, and Christian flags.

The hate group had originally planned their parade in Pelham, but cowardly moved it when protestors showed up.

Groups in Greensboro, Mebane and Charlotte held rallies Saturday to counter the KKK’s event.

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Husband, 18, & Wife, 71, Celebrate Their Bliss

Gary, 18, and Almeda Hardwick, 71, of Sevierville weren’t looking for love when they saw each other at the funeral of Almeda’s son in June 2015, but that’s exactly what they found with each other months later.

Gary, who’s always been attracted to older women, was still in a troubled relationship with a 77-year-old woman and depressed.

Almeda was mourning her son Robert’s death from complications due to seizures. He was 45.

Love was in their future, however.

Gary and Almeda met again in September 2015. His aunt Lisa Harrell, who was married to Robert, reintroduced him to Almeda after he had ended his other relationship.

“It was like an instant connection. (There was) so much chemistry there. We both loved music,” Gary said while the two sat next to each other on the edges of matching red love seats in their living room.

“I had prayed about my soul mate for like two years, so, you know, I was lonely,” said Almeda. “I had no one, so God sent him to me.”

“When I looked into her eyes I knew it,” he said. “Her eyes were a dead giveaway.”

“His were too … I knew,” she said.

After dating three weeks, they got married on Oct. 26, 2015, inside Harrell’s condo.

Almeda was 70. Gary was 17, and his mother gave her consent. His dad passed away when he was 15.

The wedding date was six days before Gary would turn 18, but he said he couldn’t wait that long to make Almeda his wife.

“I just knew she was the one, and she knew I was the one, and we just knew we were right for each other, so it really didn’t matter,” he said.

As more of their friends and family found out about the marriage, the Hardwicks said they received support.

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Pastor Gives Out 16 SUVs, 16 Cars, Millions Of Naira To Celebrate Birthday

The Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Joshua Iginla on Sunday, gave out 32 cars out of which were 16 SUVs to celebrate his birthday. Iginla also gave out money running into several millions of naira to the aged, widows, orphanages and scholarships to orphans from nursery school to university.

Six Nollywood actors and actresses got Hummer jeep 3 series, Mercedes G-Wagon and Mercedes CLS 550. They include Jide Kosoko, Francis Duru, Alex Usifo, Ngozi Osondu, Thelma Nwosu and Sunday Omobolanle, popularly known as Babaluwe. Artisans got generators and cash gifts while the widows got deep freezers, rice and cash gifts ranging from N150,000 to N1.5 million.

Treasure Orphanage Foundation, Nyanya, Divine Wound Orphanage, Kubwa and Christ Home Foundation, Kuje, got N1.5 million each and rice while some orphans in the homes were awarded scholarships from nursery to university. Iginla said he had 782 widows and orphans he caters for.

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Why PDP Should Not Celebrate Akwa Ibom Tribunal Judgment- Umana

The governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Akwa Ibom State, Umana Okon Umana, has said there is nothing for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state to celebrate over the verdict of the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal that upheld elections in 13 out of 31 local government areas in the state.

Umana who was embraced by intimidating crowd at the Ibom International Airport on arrival to the state from Abuja weekend after the judgment of the election petition tribunal last Wednesday said it was not yet over for the PDP.

Reports gathered that the convoy and crowd that escorted Umana from the airport caused  a scare on the road as people cued along both side of the major roads in the city to wave  and welcome Umana.

Addressing thousands of APC faithful that gathered at the Nsima Ekere open ground along Edet Akpan Avuene, the APC governorship candidate said he was excited by the matured reception accorded him by the crowd.

“When I arrive the airport, I was confused and somehow someone told me that the good people of Akwa Ibom got to know that I will be coming on Saturday.  This response and expression that we witnessed is all spontaneous; it was not planned, not funded by me or the party.

“This has given me an indication as to the feelings of the people of Akwa Ibom State. I want to thank them for this level of solidarity and to assure them that we will not relent; we will pursue this struggle to free Akwa Ibom State,” he stressed.

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Nigerian Teachers Celebrate World Teachers Day

Nigerian teachers are joining their counterparts around the world to mark the World Teachers’ Day

The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is marking the 2015 event by highlighting the importance of empowering teachers to achieve inclusive and sustainable global development.

This year, the day comes just after the adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals by the United Nations’ General Assembly and represents the first opportunity to set out a road map for teachers in the new Education 2030 Agenda.

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Pastor Gives Away 22 Cars, Millions Of Naira To Celebrate Birthday

The Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Joshua Iginla, on Sunday gave out 22 cars and millions of naira ranging from N50,000 to N500,000.

The pastor, who celebrated his birthday and that of his wife at the service, also unveiled 33 book titles written by him.

Presenting the cars, among which were 10 SUV cars to the beneficiaries, Iginla challenged the well-to-do in the society to assist the less-privileged.

The pastor, who said that he had tasted poverty and knew how it felt, said the less-privileged of today could become important personalities tomorrow.

“My birthday is all about giving to the needy. What I do here is just 10 per cent of what I do secretly.

“I don’t give to show up; I give to teach people and to provoke them to give.

“I have many people on scholarship, I have widows on my payroll, we have rescued prostitutes and empowered them with skills acquisition programmes, I have orphans I am taking care of.

“I have schools of the handicapped that we have been assisting and the physically-challenged students irrespective of their religions. Gospel is practical, not only spiritual,” he said.

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