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Sudan protesters demand military coup as crisis gets worse

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On Saturday, pro-military demonstrators chanted “down with the hunger government” and called for General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, head of the armed forces.

“We need military government, di current government don fail to bring us justice and equality,” one protester tells AFP.

Unlike previous demonstrations for di kontri, dem allow protesters to reach di gates of di presidential palace and little police presence na im bin dey.

Pro-government protesters don also call for rallies on Thursday in response to Saturday demonstrations.

On Friday evening, nearly a month after a failed coup, Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok denounced “deep divisions” between civilians and military but also within these two blocks. He also declared that the transition was going through its “most dangerous” crisis, saying that the path to democracy was threatened.

Around him, pick-ups are dropping off new waves of protesters, some of whom are chanting “One army, one people”, while the security forces have blocked many of the capital’s main roads since the morning.

“There is no stability and life is too expensive,” said the 50-year-old man, whose country, one of the poorest in the world, is caught between inflation approaching 400% and an austerity decreed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

For their opponents, Saturday’s demonstrators are supporters of the former deposed regime. Supporters of a complete transfer of power to civilians have already called for “a demonstration of one million people” on Thursday.

Sudan’s prime minister on Friday announced a series of steps for his country’s transition to democracy less than a month after a coup attempt rocked its leadership.

In a speech, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok called the coup attempt an ‘alarm bell’ that should awaken people to the roots of the country’s political and economic challenges.

Authorities announced the coup attempt by a group of soldiers on September 22, saying that it had failed.

They blamed supporters of the country’s former autocrat Omar al-Bashir for planning the takeover.

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Rick Ross & Hamisa Mobetto’s Dubai vacation makes headlines in US

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 rapper and business mogul Rick Ross was spotted hanging out with Tanzanian actress and model Hamisa Mobetto.

The two were together in Dubai at Club Blu where the rapper was performing on Thursday night, November 25.

Word on the street in the US is that the two could be dating after their video made headlines.

Rick Ross and his rumored boo model Hamisa Mobetto having a good time in Dubai,” The Shade Room reported.

Back in September the US rapper was asked about his relationship with the Tanzanian Actress Hamisa Mobetto .

 “To be honest, there is a connection but then I’m going to leave it to her to explain the nature of the relationship we share.”He responded

She is such a beautiful person, beautiful spirit and she is a huge entrepreneur and I want to help her take it to the next level.”He continued

In the past few months, Ross has been gushing over Ms Mobetto’s beauty in almost every photo she uploads, an act that has left many with questions.

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Kamene Goro confirms she is now engaged and off the market.

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Kiss 100.3 FM presenter Kamene Goro has confirmed she is seeing someone.

While speaking during a sit down with comedian Jalang’o on his YouTube channel, the curvy radio host showed off her engagement ring to prove that she is dating.

The media personality also confirmed the great news through a question and answer session on her Instagram page.

This was after a fan expressed interest in her in a statement that can be linked to a shining ring on one of her fingers.

Kamene wondered why many people believe that she is not dating even though she has been seeing someone for almost a year.

“I’m dating, this is my engagement ring. I don’t why people think I’m still single yet I have been dating since January! Men, please stop disturbing now,” Kamene said.

Kamene’s admission comes a few months after the voluptuous presenter explained she had suffered enough heartaches and was staying away from relationships.

The dating scene hasn’t been a bed of roses for the presenter, as she was once in a toxic marriage that she says ended via a phone call.

According to Kamene, she willingly got married to a well-to-do Tanzanian national a man she adored and loved. But things took a turn for the worst amid accusations of infidelity.

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Makeda’s cookies will name young Dolph’s favorite cookie after the late rapper

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As for the location that Dolph was murdered at, that will remain closed through the rest of the year as Makeda’s continues to mourn with the rest of Memphis, Tennessee. Until then, the cookie shop has created a GoFundMe page aimed to help repair the store, which was damaged in the fatal shooting.

The business wrote that an insurance claim they filed following the shooting was denied because it “was not fire, flood or natural disaster,” leading to the creation of the GoFundMe. So far, the Makeda’s Cookies GoFundMe has received over $86,000 in donations.

According to reports from WREG, the Black-owned bakery that Dolph frequented before his passing has just reopened its downtown location.

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As they reopen their doors, Raven Winton, the operations manager, revealed that they will be renaming the rapper’s favorite cookie, the chocolate chip, after him.

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