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Friday, July 23, 2021

Michael Jackson’s Glove Bought For N113M By The Vice President Of Equatorial Guinea




47 comments:

  1. Ha!
    African politicians una heart dey for back.

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    1. Heart ke? What they have there is not even stone because but original steel. How do they even sleep?

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    2. You see the wickedness of African leaders. Such nonsense u wont see either Biden or Boris Johnson do.
      Money that can set up hospital in a poor village in his country,carry am untop glove.
      With his jerry curl drippn hair.

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    3. They don't have a Heart!!! Father-president, Son- Vice president.
      This is terrible.

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    4. My sister Beds and Roses they're not 'Leaders' they're POLITICIANS.
      A leader would NEVER!!!

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    5. Sandra, they're leaders... bad leaders.

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    6. Amarachi with C23 July 2021 at 11:28

      Africa is poor in all ramification, and our leaders are pushing for it the more. How can somebody travel to a White man land and see development but wouldn't want to replicate the same here?
      Who do us these thing?

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    7. Africa is NOT poor.
      We just have a poor mindset.

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  2. And they live in abject poverty....They are the. problems of Africa.

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  3. Ordinary gloves??....Baba God

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    1. Ijeoma, we are coming for you inugo! Na paale gloves be "ordinary gloves"?😏. A whole Michael nwa Jackson😱. You go use one big pregnant black and white goat appease the ancestors and we the fans of MJ for this thing wey you talk.

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    2. Lol, abeg make una no vex o. E shock me o.

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    1. Gibberish ke ? My guy you no wise.

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    2. You obviously don't know the meaning of gibberish. Google is your friend.

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    3. @Anonymouses,is it your gibberish or rubbish or nonsense or hokum or bunk or meaninglessness? Y'all should shift with your yeye yeye ITK joor

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  5. Kai! Wetin he wan carry gloves do

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    1. One day, ten, twenty or fifty years from now, he or his children will auction/sell it for twice that amount or more. Even when a criminal is arrested (I no know whether Guinea follow), whatever he is "wearing" at the point of his arrest go enter prison safe. Or he go "keep" am for bank vault/deposit box. When he come out from prison, he go collect am. That's why drug lords, career criminals and thieving politicians buy a lot of expensive jewellery, paintings, antique, rare coins/stamps and memorabilia keep. Na insurance.

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    2. Amebo, I agree with paintings and jewelries, not gloves from a pop star

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  6. Yet their citizens continue to live in penury. Smh. More sanctions plz!

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    1. This man is an idiot. What does he need the gloves for? For his name to go down in history that he got Michael’s gloves? What a shame!!!

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  7. As African's we are the problem of ourselves, this is wickedness at it's peak. Hand gloves 113 million when people are living in abject poverty.

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    1. Even 113 million naira is too much sef talk more of $113 million.
      Africa as a whole needs deliverance.

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  8. After all said and done, man is still looking like a gorilla,of what use is the money to him then? Wicked demons disguising as African leaders.

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
      Let me scroll up again. I no look well before.

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    2. Politicians my dear, not leaders.

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  9. Just looking at the headline, i thought it was a valuable investment for their counries tourism industry, but now that I've read the rest, its more of the same.......Ghaddafi probably did more, when the people sleep finish, dem go wake up(moonwalks out of post)

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  10. I saw a meme last week that says:
    "On the 7th day, when God was resting, the devil created African leaders and politicians."

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  11. This one na family business be that na

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  12. If this man suffer same fate as the Haitian president I wont feel an ounce of sympathy, theres something wrong with "Africans and leadership"

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  13. No wonder Africans were used as slaves and Leopold used n killed some like rats.

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  14. It will never be better for these African leaders in Jesus Christ name Amen.

    Oga take the glove go heaven when your time reach.

    THIEVES

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  15. Wow! What is so special about the glove?🤔🤔🤔

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    1. You can wear it and lay your hand on a cancer patient and they'll be healed.
      Its laced with supernatural powers.

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    2. Amarachi with C23 July 2021 at 11:30

      Is Michael Nwa Jackson that used it. It is very special for big guys flexing money not a leader.

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  16. Nah wah oh! what's the essence of buying the glove

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  17. Father na President and son con be Vice President, abi I know read well ni 😯😯😯😯
    Abeg who swear for African leaders

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  18. Yet people are hungry. What will he use it for finally..rubbish

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  19. While this is bad and the AU ought to take action. Wetin concern Britain inside this matter? Is it their money? They should face the monarchy and the queen who has been ruling before my father was born and will pass it on to her son. Talk about nepotism. Things like this continue to promote white .... Have we ever sanctioned any of their bad actors? We mind our business because we have many problems we are trying to solve. I suggest they do the same.

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  20. Folks, Equitorial Guinea has a population of less than 1.5million, the third highest oil-producing and richest country in Sub-Saharan Africa per capita and.
    They discovered oil in the mid '90s and are have rich natural gas reserves. But like most African countries, the majority of her citizens are extremely poor.

    Why so much wickedness from the politicians in black African countries? 😖😖🤮

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    1. The tragic thing is that with that small size population everyone could be living like a king and queen. They could literally be a real life Wakanda. The hearts of men is indeed wicked.

      I truly hope God has a different kind of hell for wicked leaders.

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