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The unknown life of Orie Rogo Manduli



She was also the first woman to head the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) council.

After working at the council for a while, Rogo refused to step down as the chairperson, despite numerous calls for her resignation. She barricaded herself in the council’s offices and refused to resign.

In political circles, her name stands out for controversy, sometimes being regarded a political activist or a rebel without a cause.

Occasionally, Manduli has contested in some grueling elections, where she has been called names, beaten or her property destroyed. During the 2007 general elections, she was physically assaulted after a heated argument at her party’s function. Her first marriage, which she describes as rocky, ended in a bitter divorce and completely changed her perception on marriage. “I was still very young. I received no financial assistance from him (ex-husband) and had to toil day and night to take care of my family.”


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“I will not let my daughters marry without prenuptial agreements,” she says adding that lazy men will take advantage of hardworking women. “Men cannot be trusted to take care of the children after a woman passed on due to their polygamous nature.”

Armed with lessons well learned from her first marriage, she later got married to Misheck Norman Manduli, a descendant of the Lunda dynasty, one of Zambia’s royal families. Her second marriage seemed demanding, but she loved every moment. She got one son from her second marriage before her husband passed on in 2003. She tries to fill the void left by her late husband through reading books – particularly biographies and autobiographies. To her, this is the best way to keep up to date, speak and write well.

But it is her signature headgear that completes her look. Without it, she says it is as good as seeing a bride without makeup on her wedding day.

The vocal Manduli last appeared on Citizen TV’s JKL show, Wednesday, May 17, 2017.

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Top 7 mainstream rappers who did a jail term



Rappers seem to thrive in violence, assaults cases, and drugs. Sometimes it stems from their chosen genre of music. Where they write lyrics that they manifest.

A lot of rappers have been in serious scandals, some have paid fines, did probation, and even community service.

Here is a list of mainstream rappers whose crimes made them be convicted to do time.

Tupac Shakur

The late Tupac Shakur was well known for his misfortunes with the courts. He was jailed on the sexual assault charge on February 14, 1995, though still a victim of a hit where he was shot five times before his verdict on the assault was reached.

He went to the courtroom a wheelchair and was sentenced to 11 months jail term. While in prison, Tupac wrote his album Me against the world.

Tupac was released in October 1995 after record mogul Suge Knight posted a $1.4 million bail.

This was in exchange for 2-Pac’s promise to record three albums for Knight’s Death Row record label. Only serving nine months of the 1.5 years to 4.5 years, he was jailed.

Lil Wayne

 Wayne has always been the gangster from his gangster tattoos and gang affiliation; hence has had several run-ins with the law, including weapons charges and drug offenses.

The weapons offense led to him being sent to the infamous Rikers Island prison facility in New York.

 He did a jail term of eight months of a 12-month sentence.

50 Cent

50 Cent was arrested for trying to sell four vials of coke to an undercover cop. He did not learn his lesson; he was arrested again after cops found drugs in his home a few weeks later.

He did a jail term of six months (of a 3-to-9-year sentence)

Lil’ Kim

After a long-running feud with fellow rapper Foxy Brown, she was involved in a shooting outside a New York City radio station where over 20 shots were fired.

There was a long-running and messy legal dispute; Kim was charged with three counts of conspiracy and one count of lying to the grand jury concerning her testimony.

Lil Kim served ten months of a year’s jail term.


He is a well-established American rapper.

He was sentenced to 3 years in prison in 2004 for violating probation after being charged with drugs in 1997. He served one month, and he got a work-release program.

He was sentenced to and served one year of house arrest and one year of prison in 2008 for possession of unregistered weapons.

T.I also got sentenced to and served 11 months of prison in 2010 for violating probation.

Fat Joe

Legendary New York City’s greatest rapper Fat Joe has had his share of legal tribulations that he ended up in jail.

In 1998, the illest MC in the game was arrested for alleged assault and robbery. His allegations were centered on him beating a man with a baseball bat and stealing his gold necklace.

He was with Big Pun, a fellow rapper. In 2002 Fat Joe was also accused of another assault for getting into a fight at BB Kingsblues club in New York City.

Fat Joe in 2012 pleaded guilty to tax issues where he failed to remit 3 million dollars from 2007 to 2010.

He was sentenced to 4 months in prison, and he finished his jail time. Fat Joe always got away with other crimes, but a tax evasion landed him in jail.


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Meek Mill

Meek Mill has been in the rapping scene since 2003, But he became well known in 2008 .it was in 2008 when he was first convicted for drug dealing and weapon charges.

He was handed six months of prison time and five years probation to complete his sentence. Despite his tussle with the law, Meek Mill was very stubborn.

He said that he violated his probation as it’s hard to balance his career while on probation.


Getting involved in violence, drugs, and illegal guns is a ticket to a jail term. Our favorite rappers with all their fame and money get to do time. The law is to be respected.

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The story of ‘Sexual Healing’ singer Marvin Gaye ,shot and killed by his own father



Introduction to the life of Marvin Gaye

Marvin Gaye was born on April 2, 1939, and was an American soul singer, songwriter, and producer.

Gaye began his music career as a session performer and later began doing soo projects. He was one of the main singers who created the Motown sound of the 1960s.

While at Motown, he produced major hits How Sweet It is to be loved by you and heard it through the grapevines and made duets with Mary Wells, Tammi Terrell, and Diana Ross.

His music career grew more in the 1970s; he even recorded albums like Whats going on and Let’s get it on, making him the first accomplished solo artist at Motown.

His music hit a snug in the early 1980s when he was in a tax exile, but he made a come back in the music arena in 1982. He then produced the Grammy Award-winning hit Sexual Healing from the album Midnight Love.

Marvin Gaye’s death

Marvin Gaye died on April 1, 1984, after being shot by his father, Marvin Gaye senior at their home in the West Adams district of Los Angeles, California.

His father shot him after Marvin was defending his mother and told his father not to shout at his mother.

It was an argument his parents had heard a few days before his death about a missing insurance policy letter. It was an argument Marvin had heard the previous day from across his bedroom.

He was shot twice; the first shot had him sliding down to the floor, and his brother, who lived next door, held Marvin down.

He uttered the only words he could, I got what I wanted, I couldn’t do it myself, so I made him do it. The singer was pronounced dead at a hospital an hour later after the shooting.

Why Marvin’s father might have shot him

Marvin with his parents

On April 1, 1984, at 12.30 pm, Marvin Senior was in an argument about the document with his wife.

The singer was in his upstairs bedroom donning a bathrobe shouted downstairs, telling his father that he should do it in person if he had something to say.

According to his mother, Marvin Sr refused, and Gaye warned him not to enter his room. His father was provoked and decided to Marvin’s upstairs room to shout at Alberta, making Marvin jump out of his bed.

Gaye ordered his father to leave his room, and he refused. Gaye shoved his father out of the room and began to kick and punch him.

His mother, Alberta told Ritz that Marvin hit his father; she shouted for him to stop, but he paid no attention to her. Gaye gave his father pretty hard kicks.

After they had calmed down a bit, his father went to his bedroom and returned carrying his 38 pistol. A gun his son had bought him and pointed the gun at Gaye, and aimed directly at his heart.


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His father admitted to killing him and was charged with manslaughter. His bout of anger made him lose his son robbing the world of a great and talented musician.

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5 Famous Snitches and Celebrity Rats



The five famous snitches show that celebrity rats are just like the rest of them.

5. 50 Cent

It takes one to know one according to Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson whose now accusing rapper Jim Jones of also being a snitch. According to 50 Cent, the only way Jim Jones could have avoided prison after being caught on the phone telling an associates of the Nine Trey Bloods to “super violate” former Nine Trey Bloods associate Daniel Hernandez a.k.a. Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine would have been to become a rat. Tekashi69 was recently released from federal prison after ratting on several Nine Trey Bloods members that are no doubt serving decades in prison because of Hernandez.

4. Tim Allen

Before Tim Allen made it big in Hollywood as the star of Home Improvement on ABC, he was a drug dealer in Kalamazoo, Michigan that turned informant after being caught with just over 650 grams of cocaine in 1978. Tim’s bust could not have come at a worse time as far as the state of the law was concerned in Michigan where the state had just passed a law that upped prison sentences for “more than 650 grams” of cocaine or heroin to life in prison. By agreeing to become a snitch for the feds, Allen was able to avoid a life term by getting his case moved to federal court where the sentencing guidelines at that time were not nearly as harsh.

3. Lil’ Cease

Over the years rat rapper Lil’ Cease a.k.a. James Lloyd went from claiming he was not a rat to apologizing to Lil’ Kim for among other things testifying against her at her perjury trial. When Lil’ Kim was suspected of lying to a grand jury about her involvement in a 2001 shooting, the feds subpoenaed anyone they thought might testify as to the alleged false statements made by Kim. The testimony of those witnesses led to her 2005 conviction and one-year prison sentence. Cease was one of those people. In 2005 Cease publicly admitted to ratting out Kim but at the same time denied being a snitch even though his entire argument to those ends included an admission that he did in fact snitch on her by testifying against her in court.

2. Al Sharpton

Reverend Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. said, “I’m not a rat, I’m a cat” when he admitted to being a rat that can’t tell the difference between a rat and a cat. A rat that wore a wire on members of the Genovese Family in the 1980s, was caught on camera nodding when an FBI agent offered him a cut of future drug sales and helped investigate boxing promoter, Don King. Sharpton tries to present himself as some kind of victim.

1.Tekashi 69

Rat rapper Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, is no longer in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons according to the BOP website. He made the news a couple of weeks ago asking to be released early due to the risk of coronavirus. He was facing 47 years but got a plea offer of 13 months served for snitching on several members of the Nine Trey Bloods.

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