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France: 71 arrested during Fally’s concert

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France: incident on the sideline of the concert of Congolese singer Fally Ipupa in Paris. 71 arrested already.

News from the office of the Paris public prosecutor has it that over 71 Congolese based in Paris are in the police custody

They were arrested yesterday 29 Feb 2020 following demonstrations and fires that occured Friday in Lyon train station in Paris on the sideline of the concert of Congolese king of Rumba Fally .

Fally is accused by his fellow Congolese compatriots of being close to the government in power. He has not performed in Paris for a few years now for the fear of overflow.

Before the concert at the Accor Hotel Arena, multiple incidents broke out early Friday evening around the train station and neighborhood near the venue of the concert.

Several scooters and garbage cans were burned, giving off thick swirls of smoke in the area. Invaded by smoke, the underground part of the station was evacuated as precautions and the Traffic of metros was disrupted .

Around 6:30pm the fires were brought under control by firefighters and over thirty vehicles , especially two-wheelers fully charred , said the collaborator of the Paris public prosecutor.

The Paris head quarter placed the concert under close surveillance, banning the multiple demostration planned by Congolese youths in Paris. It should be noted that several days before the concert, the battle of opinion was raging on Twitter around the arrival of the singer whom some Congolese now perceive as an enemy giving his affiliation to the Congolese government which they describe as a devilish one.

The arrests of demonstrators defying the ban began at midday, at 11:30pm on Saturday and so far, about 71 have been arrested.

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Followers of televangelist TB Joshua on edge as 27th March prophesy deadline for coronavirus looms

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Followers of televangelist TB Joshua on edge as 27th March prophesy deadline for coronavirus looms 

The Nigerian prophet and general overseer of the Synagogue Church of all nations Prophet TB Joshua during one of his services said the deadly coronavirus ravaging the world will disappear just as it came by March 27th 2020

Another Nigerian based televangelists Apostle Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries also told his followers that God told him the virus will disappear just as it came but didn’t attach a deadline to it 

The coronavirus however seem to be getting worst around the globe both in terms of numbers of infected cases and dead rates

Many continue to die around the world and African countries are increasingly infected with WHO officials warning  millions could die in the continent if nothing urgent is done to help.

But this would not be  the first time prophet TB Joshua’s prophesy fails to come true should the 27 March deadline fails to end the virus around the globe.

During the heated US elections between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, the revered man of God with millions of followers across the globe said he saw a woman emerging as the winner  of the race.

It would later turnout Trump won the election even though his followers consoled themselves with the fact that Hilary Clinton won the popular vote

It remains highly unlikely that the deadly coronavirus will suddenly disappear between now and tomorrow morning.

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Music legend Manu Dibango dies of coronavirus in Paris-France

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After haven’t been killed on social media on many occasions, Cameroonim super star and music legend Manu Dibango has finally died due to coronavirus at the age of 86

A message from his official Facebook account reads

Dear family, dear friends, dear fans,

A voice raises from far away…

It is with deep sadness that we announce you the loss of Manu Dibango, our Papy Groove, who passed away on 24th of March 2020, at 86 years old, further to covid 19.

His funeral service will be held in strict privacy, and a tribute to his memory will be organized when possible.

Emmanuel N’Djoké Dibango is a Cameroonian musician and songwriter who plays saxophone and vibraphone. He developed a musical style fusing jazz, funk, and traditional Cameroonian music.

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Ogbuide movie premier: CIPMA brings Nollywood to your door steps

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Cameroon’s international premier marketing company CIPMA come 10th April 20202 will be rewriting the movie rules in the country. The marketing giant-CIPMA in collaboration with Evina Cruz production will be premiering the first-ever international movie premiere in Cameroon

The Movie ‘ogbuide’ features some of the finest Nigerian actors like Eve Esin, Nkechi, and many others and was produced by a Cameroonian movie maker Evina Cruz

The international movie premiere which will take place at the prestigious mountain Hotel will bring together the lead cast and crew from Nigeria, moviemakers in Cameroon and stakeholders in the country

Entertainment critics say the coming of ogbuide in Cameroon is a testament of the strides the country’s movie industry has made this far, adding it will be a major milestone for the movie sector in the country

The population of Buea and beyond are excited to welcome the superstars and the movie in their town with one resident telling TeboPost ‘I can’t imagine not being there for whatever reasons’

CIPMA is a leading entertainment marketing company in the country. The Buea-based company is reputed for the marketing of artists, concerts, movies, universities among other things within their rich portfolio.

For reservations about the movie premiere, please contact 670201485 or 670611090

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