Video: Udushya tutamenyerewe i Rwanda mu mashusho ya ’Mwungeri’ ya Knowless

Butera Jeanne d’Arc uzwi ku mazina y’ubuhanzi ya Butera Knowless, ni umwe mu bahanzikazi bagaragaza imbaraga nyinshi muri muzika nyarwanda, ndetse uwavuga ko muri iki gihe ayoboye abakobwa bagenzi be mu bikorwa n’ibigwi muri muzika ntiyaba abeshye. Ibi ariko, Knowless yongeye kubishimangira mu mashusho y’indirimbo ye nshya yitwa “Mwungeri”, amashusho agaragaramo ubuhanga n’udushya tutamenyerewe mu ndirimbo z’abanyarwanda kandi tujyanye n’injyana.

Mu mashusho y’indirimbo “Mwungeri” ya Knowless, hagaragaramo amashusho y’inkuru zishushanyije zishingiye ku muco nyarwanda, ibi bikaba bijyanye n’injyana y’iyi ndirimbo yumvikanamo umwimerere gakondo w’u Rwanda.

Ibi ni bimwe mu bigaragara mu mashusho y’iyi ndirimbo

Muri iyi ndirimbo, hagaragaramo urusobekerane rw’amashusho atandukanye kandi aryoheye ijisho, ibi bikanatuma iyi ndirimbo igira umwihariko kandi ikagaragaramo ubuhanga bigaragara ko yitondewe kandi igatekerezwaho bihagije.

REBA HANO AMASHUSHO Y’INDIRIMBO MWUNGERI:

Amashusho y’iyi ndirimbo, ni kimwe mu byo uyu mukobwa ashyize hanze mu gihe afite imishinga myinshi y’indirimbo z’amajwi n’iz’amashusho atarashyira hanze, harimo nk’amashusho y’indirimbo Peke yangu yafatiye muri Zanzibar, indirimbo Teamo yakoranye n’icyamamare Roberto wo muri Zambia n’abandi.

Ibi bikorwa byose, Knowless arabikora mu gihe ari umwe mu bahatanira ibihembo bya Primus Guma Guma Super Star, amarushanwa bigaragara ko ari umwe mu bakunzwe cyane kandi akaba ahabwa amahirwe n’abatari bacye ko ashobora kwegukana igihembo nyamukuru cy’aya marushanwa, akanandika amateka yo kuba yaba abaye umukobwa wa mbere ubigezeho.

Egypt sentences deposed Islamist president Morsy to death

 

Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy. An Egyptian court sentenced him and more than 100 other defendants to death on May 16, 2015 over jail breaks during the 2011 uprising. FILE PHOTO | AFP
Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy. An Egyptian court sentenced him and more than 100 other defendants to death on May 16, 2015 over jail breaks during the 2011 uprising. FILE PHOTO | AFP

In Summary

  • Under Egyptian law, death sentences are passed on to the mufti, the government’s interpreter of Islamic law, who plays an advisory role.
  • Morsy was spared the death sentence in the first of two trials that concluded on Thursday, in which the court advised death sentences for 16 defendants on espionage charges.
  • Many of the defendants are Palestinians alleged to work with Hamas in neighbouring Gaza, and were tried in absentia along with a Lebanese Hezbollah commander.

An Egyptian court sentenced deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsy and more than 100 other defendants to death on Saturday over jail breaks during the 2011 uprising.

Morsy, sitting in a caged dock, raised his fists in defiance when the judge read his verdict.

Many of those sentenced were tried in absentia, including prominent Islamic cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi who resides in Qatar.

Under Egyptian law, death sentences are passed on to the mufti, the government’s interpreter of Islamic law, who plays an advisory role.

The court will pronounce its final decision on June 2.

Morsy was spared the death sentence in the first of two trials that concluded on Thursday, in which the court advised death sentences for 16 defendants on espionage charges.

They had been charged with colluding with foreign powers, the Palestinian Hamas and Iran to destabilise Egypt.

The court will pronounce the verdicts for Morsy and the remaining 18 defendants in that trial at a later date.

The court then delivered its verdict in the other the case, in which Morsy and 128 defendants were accused of plotting jail breaks and attacks on police during the uprising that overthrew president Hosni Mubarak in 2011.

More than 100 were sentenced to death along with Morsy.

Many of the defendants are Palestinians alleged to work with Hamas in neighbouring Gaza, and were tried in absentia along with a Lebanese Hezbollah commander.

They were alleged to have colluded with Morsy’s Muslim Brotherhood to carry out attacks in Egypt in what prosecutors allege was a vast conspiracy.

With this verdict, Morsy and other former opposition members have been condemned for violence during the anti-Mubarak protest, while Mubarak himself beat charges in a trial over the deaths of anti-government protesters during the 18-day revolt that toppled him.

No timetable for refugees’ return to unstable Somalia, UN Says

Somali refugees at Ifo-extension, situated in Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world. FILE PHOTO | TONY KARUMBA

Somali refugees at Ifo-extension, situated in Dadaab, the largest refugee camp in the world. FILE PHOTO | TONY KARUMBA |   AFP

In Summary

  • Official says it is “not yet possible” to send refugees back.
  • Kenya had threatened to close Dadaab.

NEW YORK

Dire and dangerous conditions in Somalia do not permit a foreseeable return of large numbers of refugees from Kenya, a United Nations aid official said on Friday.

“It is not yet possible to think of any time frame for large-scale return of the refugees,” UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia Philippe Lazzarini said at a press briefing in New York.

Aid providers already face enormous challenges in meeting the needs of one million internally displaced Somalis and two million more inside the country who require humanitarian assistance, Mr Lazzarini added.

Al-Shabaab killed four Unicef workers in northern Somalia three weeks ago, he noted.

Sending some 500,000 refugees back to Somalia from Dadaab in these circumstances would impede efforts to achieve peace and stability in the country, Mr Lazzarini said.

EASED ITS STANCE

Kenyan leaders had threatened last month to close Dadaab by July. But the government eased its stance following objections from the UN and the United States.

Comments last week by a senior US State Department official served to highlight the precarious military and political situation in Somalia.

Speaking to reporters in Nairobi on May 4 following Secretary of State John Kerry’s surprise visit to Somalia, the official said central Mogadishu was judged too unsafe to allow the top US diplomat to venture beyond the heavily fortified airport on the outskirts of the capital.

“The last thing we need is something to happen when the secretary is on the ground,” said the US official who spoke on condition of remaining anonymous. “And I don’t think we have the confidence of taking him … off the grounds of the airport.”

The official also offered a sceptical appraisal of the Somali government’s ability to organise full-on national elections next year. The scheduled voting would be carried out in accordance with a “Vision 2016″ plan for establishing representative rule in the country.

“The hope was that they would have elections by 2016, but I think we have to be realistic,” the official said. “This is not going to be a one man, one vote election as we would have hoped it to be.”

The US is pushing the Somali government to hold “some form of election or selection that is different from what they’ve done before,” the official added. Rather than again hand-picking representatives, Somali authorities should involve local communities in the process, the official said.

Somalia President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud subsequently insisted that “free and fair elections will take place in the country, and this is the reality on the ground.”

His government does not intend to delay the polling, President Mohamoud added in a May 6 speech on state television.

THINGS WOMEN DO IN BED DURING S3X THAT MEN HATE

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1. Cuddling. We get it, it’s nice, but sometimes you just take it too far.

2. When you do a dead starfish. Please don’t just lie there and do nothing, it’s the least sexy thing ever.

3. When you fall asleep halfway through. Mortifying.

4. When you ask 100 questions, especially after sex. Please don’t ask, “How was that for you?” Not ever.
5. Sometimes after we’ve had sex we just want to go to sleep. Please don’t get annoyed when we don’t want to stay up and talk.

6. When you change into hideous “comfy” pyjamas as soon as the sex is over, especially if they resemble your late grandmother’s curtains.

7. When you start running/waddling out of the room immediately after to “clean up”.

8. When we want to have sex and you say you’re too tired. That makes us very sad.

9. Going way over the top with noises – I once received a noise complaint, it’s thoroughly embarrassing.

10. When you go to the loo with the door open before or after sex – or worse, just as things are about to get going. So gross.


11. When you take it really personally when we can’t orgasm. Especially when you say, “Was it something I did?”

12. When you give us a blow job and then run off to spit everything out the moment we’ve finished. Come on, be a bit more discreet.

13. When you stop making an effort with your underwear. I don’t want to see your granny pants on a daily basis.

14. If, as soon as you take off your underwear, the room smells like a fish market – at that point it is my legal right to wind things up.

15. Biting, in a bad way. When giving blow jobs, please keep your teeth away from my penis. It is not a meal.

THINGS WOMEN DO IN BED DURING S’3X THAT MEN HATE

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1. Cuddling. We get it, it’s nice, but sometimes you just take it too far.

2. When you do a dead starfish. Please don’t just lie there and do nothing, it’s the least sexy thing ever.

3. When you fall asleep halfway through. Mortifying.

4. When you ask 100 questions, especially after sex. Please don’t ask, “How was that for you?” Not ever.
5. Sometimes after we’ve had sex we just want to go to sleep. Please don’t get annoyed when we don’t want to stay up and talk.

6. When you change into hideous “comfy” pyjamas as soon as the sex is over, especially if they resemble your late grandmother’s curtains.

7. When you start running/waddling out of the room immediately after to “clean up”.

8. When we want to have sex and you say you’re too tired. That makes us very sad.

9. Going way over the top with noises – I once received a noise complaint, it’s thoroughly embarrassing.

10. When you go to the loo with the door open before or after sex – or worse, just as things are about to get going. So gross.


11. When you take it really personally when we can’t orgasm. Especially when you say, “Was it something I did?”

12. When you give us a blow job and then run off to spit everything out the moment we’ve finished. Come on, be a bit more discreet.

13. When you stop making an effort with your underwear. I don’t want to see your granny pants on a daily basis.

14. If, as soon as you take off your underwear, the room smells like a fish market – at that point it is my legal right to wind things up.

15. Biting, in a bad way. When giving blow jobs, please keep your teeth away from my penis. It is not a meal.

Mourinho hails ‘fighter’ Gerrard

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard celebrates after scoring in a past match. PHOTO | FILE |

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard celebrates after scoring in a past match. PHOTO | FILE |   AFP

In Summary

  • Liverpool hopes pass through Chelsea gauntlet
  • Friday saw the Portuguese boss say he was more concerned about acknowledging Gerrard

LONDON

Jose Mourinho has paid tribute to Steven Gerrard ahead of the Liverpool midfielder’s final visit to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Gerrard and his Reds team-mates are expected to provide a guard of honour for Mourinho’s Chelsea side after the London club secured the Premier League title last weekend.

But Mourinho said Friday that the match would also provide him with an opportunity to recognise Gerrard’s career at Liverpool which will come to a close at the end of the season when the former England captain joins LA Galaxy in the United States’ Major League Soccer.

The Chelsea manager admitted he tried to sign Gerrard on four different occasions at three different clubs but was denied by the player’s unstinting loyalty to Liverpool.

Friday saw the Portuguese boss say he was more concerned about acknowledging Gerrard, who has never won the Premier League title, than he was about Liverpool honouring his team.

“Liverpool is a giant club and if they want to do that (provide a guard of honour) my players will accept with respect,” Mourinho told a news conference at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground.

“But speaking about Liverpool and honouring the champions, it is my time to honour the champion.

“It’s my time to honour Steve Gerrard and say with opponents like him that I am the manager I am. I learn with my players and my best opponents.

“Steven Gerrard is for sure one of my favourite enemies and for sure my dear enemy, the one who made me a better manager,” he explained. “I need people like him to make me a better coach.”

Drawing comparisons with Frank Lampard’s departure from Chelsea at the end of last season, Mourinho said: “I am sad he is leaving the same as our Frank Lampard, but Frank is a Chelsea legend and it’s a different situation because Steven was always on the other side.

“I tried to bring him (Gerrard) to Chelsea, I tried to bring him to Inter, I tried to bring him to Real Madrid but he was always with the enemy. I want to honour him and I hope Stamford Bridge has the same feeling.

“It’s too late to sign him,” lamented Mourinho.

“He can’t play against Liverpool, he refused to play in other big clubs, other big leagues to play only for Liverpool.

“Who knows, I play against Steven as a Liverpool manager someday?” Mourinho is expected to be rewarded for his success this season with a new contract.

Fellaini keeps his head to give United top-four boost

Manchester United's Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini shows off the badge on his jersey as he celebrates scoring his team's second goal during their English Premier League match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on May 9, 2015. PHOTO | GLYN KIRK |

Manchester United’s Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini shows off the badge on his jersey as he celebrates scoring his team’s second goal during their English Premier League match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on May 9, 2015. PHOTO | GLYN KIRK |   AFP

In Summary

  • Juan Mata had ended United’s three-game goal-drought with a 19th minute penalty
  • The victory ended a run of three straight defeats for fourth placed United

LONDON

Marouane Fellaini’s late header moved Manchester United one step closer to a place in the Champions League as the Belgium midfielder sealed a 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Juan Mata had ended United’s three-game goal-drought with a 19th minute penalty and Fellaini clinched the win 12 minutes from time after Jason Puncheon had levelled for Palace.

The victory ended a run of three straight defeats for fourth placed United and put them seven points clear of fifth placed Liverpool, who realistically must beat champions Chelsea on Sunday if they are to have any chance of denying Louis van Gaal’s side a top four finish in the Premier League.

This was by no means a convincing win, but it does mean Van Gaal’s plans for next season, a process that began this week with the signing of Memphis Depay from PSV Eindhoven, should include the lure of a place in Europe’s elite club competition.

Van Gaal’s preparations were complicated by the late withdrawal of Robin van Persie because of a virus, with the Dutch striker joining the injured Angel Di Maria on the sidelines.

Like van Gaal, Palace manager Alan Pardew was anxious to halt a three-match losing streak and finish the season on a high after already guaranteeing a mid-table berth.

With van Persie missing and Radamel Falcao again consigned to the substitutes’ bench, Wayne Rooney was asked to lead the United attack with Fellaini operating just behind.

The first real threat, though, came from Dutch midfielder Daley Blind whose low, long range shot was turned onto a post by Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni.

Other than that, the home side coped comfortably, while winger Wilfried Zaha started the game looking as though he had a point to prove against his former club by repeatedly threatening United’s right flank.

PENALTY CONTROVERSY

Palace’s early promise, however, was brought to abrupt halt when referee Michael Oliver decided Scott Dann used his arm to block Ashley Young’s cross into the penalty area.

Dann claimed the ball had struck his chest but Spanish midfielder Mata kept his nerve until the protests had died down and placed the spot-kick inside Speroni’s right hand post.

United may have been fortunate to get the decision, but once ahead, they began to control the first half and would have been two up if Fellaini had not miscontrolled Ander Herrera’s cross when unmarked in front of goal.

The visitors, though, were disrupted first by the loss of left-back Luke Shaw, who was stretchered off after landing awkwardly, and then by the half-time withdrawal of Rooney with a thigh injury.

Added to that, Palace emerged for the second half with the look of a side that had been made aware a repeat of their first half showing was unacceptable.

They had already twice come close to levelling before Chris Smalling was adjudged to have held Glenn Murray just outside the United penalty area.

That gave Puncheon the chance to lift his free-kick over the defensive wall, helped by a deflection off Blind, and beyond goalkeeper David De Gea for the 57th minute equaliser.

Palace were now the better team and it took a superb one-handed save from De Gea to prevent Murray putting the hosts ahead.

But van Gaal’s side finally found a response when Fellaini took advantage of a collision between Speroni and centre-back Damien Delaney to head home from Young’s cross.

Abuja Runs Girl Allegedly Slept With A Politician And Found Worms In Her Pr!-vate Part [Watch Video + Photos]

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A lady who confesses about how she slept with a Politician during the election period, now have worms in her pr!vate part.

She says:” He took me for a night which he promise to give me 300k for a night stand without using condoms which I agreed because I needed money to buy my handout, as a student you will understand what am saying…
I took the offer after when we were done I thought he will give my cheque but he pay with cash, 300k on my palm within a week I can’t remember what and what I buy with it, the cash just went off like a wind.

“After the money shock, I start noticing something strange within me, I am not seeing my period but am always on pain with blood all over me, so the pain keep increasing day by day after a week of
pain I decided to go to a doctor for proper check up, so I call on a friend she took me to this hospital and the moment I open up my legs worms was all over the floor and within me eating me up…..

Source: TalkofNaija