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VIDEO: Anderson Cooper weeps on air over Trump #Shithole comment



CNN anchor Anderson Cooper wept on his live show AC360 Thursday night as he reflected on his relationship with Haiti and its people on a day that US  President Trump’s called it and African nations  “shithole” countries.

Haiti is marking the eight year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that hit the country. Cooper covered the quake on location. Watch the emotional soliloquy:

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PHOTOS: Is Kenya’s Amina Mohamed going to clinch the WTO Director General’s post? See photos of her 7 competitors



The following candidates have been nominated by their respective governments for the post of WTO Director-General to succeed the current Director-General, Mr Roberto Azevêdo, who has announced he will step down on 31 August 2020.

The candidates are listed in the order the nominations were received.

9 June 2020


Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala


9 June 2020


Mr Abdel-Hamid Mamdouh


16 June 2020


Mr Tudor Ulianovschi


24 June 2020


Ms Yoo Myung-hee

Republic of Korea

7 July 2020


Ms Amina C. Mohamed


8 July 2020


Mr Mohammad Maziad Al-Tuwaijri

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

8 July 2020


Dr Liam Fox

United Kingdom


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7 Steps to ace KCSE in 2021 as a struggling student!




The other day, I had my cousin who is currently in Form 4 reach out to me asking for advice on how to improve his current grades. I thought I should share with you my 7 steps of success,  if you are a struggling form 4 student who is willing to work hard to ace KCSE. Thank God this year is lost due to Covid-19, it could be a blessing in disguise for those that needed more time!

Almost 20 years ago, this is what I personally did to transform myself from a C mean-grade and E in Math in Form 3 Term 2, to a B+ mean-grade and a plain A in Math in KCSE!

1.Read all your Form 1-Form 3 notes! ALL OF THEM!..It will take a mammoth effort!

2.Wake up latest 5 AM daily and study! There will be days you won’t feel like waking up, but you have to.

3.Sleep late, earliest 11 PM daily…6 hrs is more than enough sleep!

4.Go for your breakfast, lunch & supper with urgency!..Avoid hanging around for boom!

5.Avoid all friends who don’t understand what your goal is, especially those that you used to hang out with before!

6.Understand that those old friends will start calling you all kinds of names…e.g hikio ni kinyoka, kinajifanya etc!!

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7.Pick one of the best students in your class and revise with him/her daily..especially for math and sciences. Sit with them and ask them how they arrived at the answers!..Don’t leave a session without understanding how an answer was arrived at!

Thank me later!..I’ve been there, believe me!!!!


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PHOTOS: Couple weds in hospital after groom’s accident days to union



They say love conquers all. A Burundian couple has lived up to the adage by conducting their wedding in hospital. Charlotte Mukantwari and Gabin Ndayizigiye’s wedding plans were all finalised but days to walking down the aisle, the groom was involved in an accident.

Speaking after the wedding, the groom recalled asking himself lots of questions following the accident that left him in a wheelchair.

“After the accident, I asked myself whether the devil didn’t want me to marry. I very well knew that my wedding was set for July 4 and being an important day for us, it had to go on as planned. If we hadn’t gotten married, I would have felt like God had abandoned me,” the groom said.

Affirming her newly-wed husband’s stance, the bride said that they could not postpone the wedding hence, opted to conduct it in hospital.

“Because of my love for him, not even an accident could not make us push forward the date of our wedding,” she said.


According to Gabin, they have been dating for a long time and had vowed to live as husband and wife till death. But three days to their big day, he broke his leg after getting hit by a vehicle, rendering him unconscious.

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“When I came back to, I found myself lying in a ditch with dirty water and my leg was swollen. At the hospital, they were initially hesitant to tell Charlotte what had befallen me. When she was finally informed about my accident, she promptly came to visit,” Gabin narrated.

The groom further said that the next logical plan of action was to postpone the wedding but the bride had other plans.

“Charlotte would look at me lying on the bed, look at my broken leg and encourage me saying that if God gave me reprieve, our wedding would go on as planned. Her utterances shocked me because another woman wouldn’t want to be seen next to me,” he said.

Gabin then sought the approval of the Catholic Church to conduct the wedding in hospital and the padre accepted.  The hospital management then prepared a room for the two to exchange vows and provided a wheelchair for the groom. Despite the priest hiding the exact time of the wedding to discourage crowds, their unorthodox union attracted a large crowd of onlookers keen on witnessing the triumph of love.

“Our wedding day was great. We received blessings and exchanged rings before I was wheeled back to the ward,” concluded the groom.

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