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Model responds to claims she was busted with married man in Zanzibar

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Super model Hamisa Mobetto has spoken out on allegations that she was busted with someone else’s husband in Zanzibar a few days ago.

Speaking to Risasi Mchanganyiko, Mobetto did not deny the reports but instead disclosed that she is smitten with the unnamed man.

The Tanzanian Super Model told the outlet that she did not snatch the man as earlier claimed but that he is a mature individual who sought her in his own volition.

Mnataka niwaambie nini, mlichokiona ndiyo hichohicho isitoshe mimi siyo mtoto mdogo kwa hiyo naelewa ninachokifanya, sijaiba mwanaume wa mtu ila alikuja mwenyewe na nampenda nifanyeje sasa,” said Mobetto.

When contacted,however, Mobetto’s mother Shufaa Lutiginga said that her daughter should be left to live her life.

“Jamani nilishawaambia muacheni Hamisa aishi vile ambavyo yeye anapendamsimfuatiliesiku akihitaji kuongea na nyie atawatafuta yeye mwenyewe lakini siyo kila kukicha kumfuatilia,” posed Lutiginga

The allegations facing the vixen came to light after a woman only identified as Tahiya posted on Instagram screengrabs of WhatsApp conversations she had with Mobetto over the issue.

Tahiya claimed that the man was her husband and told the former Miss Tanzania to keep off.

Hamisa Mobetto achana na wanaume za watu,” wrote Tahiya.

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Ethiopian Airlines jet makes emergency landing

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An Ethiopian Airlines jet made an emergency landing in Dakar with one of its engines on fire, though all 90 passengers and crew were unharmed, airport and airline officials said.

The Boeing 767 aircraft had just taken off from Dakar airport en route to Addis Ababa when the pilot asked to return and make an emergency landing, Tidiane Tamba, a spokesperson for the Senegal airport said.

Ethiopian Airlines confirmed one of its jets had suffered a “mechanical problem” and had safely returned to its point of departure, without giving more details on the cause.

The airline said all those onboard were safe.

The Dakar incident came after an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crashed in March shortly after taking off from Addis Ababa, killing all 157 people onboard.

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Burundi president receives his wife as ‘special guest’ at State House

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Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza has yet again managed to create chatter on social media after receiving a ‘special’ guest at his presidential palace on Monday.

President Nkurunziza was picture standing next to his wife Denise Nkurunziza (the special guest) who paid him an official visit to present awards she received on her humanitarian work.

The First Lady was awarded a Certificate of Honour in recognition of her contribution in raising awareness among administrative and religious leaders, women and youth on the need to overcome the growing population in Burundi.

Pictures shared by the Burundi State House capture Mrs Nkurunziza waiting patiently at the what looks like a conference room for receiving visitors

Other pictures captures the first couple standing side by side while displaying the award certificates.

“At a hearing @KwaNtare, the First Lady of #Burundi SE @1stLady Burundi presented to the Head of State SE @pnkurunziza the awards received in recognition of his action in the transformation of society and his commitment to the most needy,” tweeted @NtareHouse.

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Lors d’une audience @KwaNtare, la Première Dame du S.E @1stLadyBurundi a présenté au Chef de l’Etat S.E @pnkurunziza les récompenses reçues en guise de reconnaissance de son action dans la transformation de la société et son engagement en faveur des plus nécessiteux.

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This attracted varied reactions from the online community who could not understand why the First Lady had to seek a formal audience with her husband.

“This killed me in so many respects I don’t know what to list and what to leave out! But first, when did a wife need a formal audience with her husband! Sacré Burundi,” said @KalindaMwene.

“Do they live together? It is bringing rumours on a possible separation in the presidential palace!” wrote @mugireje.

“Is this a Joke?” asked @solemanzi.

“Hold up whattt!!? So president Nkurunziza received special guest (His wife) in state house,” commented @FerdinandTurat.

In May this year, President Nkurunziza made headlines for publicly gifting his 12-year-old daughter with an envelope of cash for being well behaved.

Naomie Nkurunziza was awarded alongside senior state officials, farmers and the country’s national football team which had just qualified for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

Also awarded at the ceremony which was held on May 1, 2019 was a judo champion, governors and district administrators. The ceremony took place at a sports stadium at Rumonge, about 80km from the capital Bujumbura.

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Uganda bans wearing of red beret

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Uganda on Monday designated the red beret and tunic as official military clothing that could land civilians who wear them in jail, essentially banning the uniform of opposition leader Bobi Wine and his supporters.

The pop star turned leading opposition figure, who has announced he is running for president against longtime leader Yoweri Museveni in 2021, has made the red beret his signature, calling it a “symbol of resistance”.

However the beret, also worn by some soldiers, was included in Uganda’s first ever gazette of all military clothing, which states that any member of the public found in possession of the items “is liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.”

“The dress code for the UPDF (Uganda People’s Defence Forces) has been gazetted. The action was endorsed by the top organs of the army which also commended the dress committee for concluding the task assigned to it years back,” army spokesman Richard Karemire said in a statement.

“It manifests the commitment to define identity and outlook of a professional army as well as adhering to the EAC (East African Community) protocols,” he added.

Bobi Wine, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi, did not comment on the new rules as he is out of the country. However a leading figure in his “People Power” movement — which he has yet to register as a political party — said they would not stop wearing it.

“We shall continue to wear the revolutionary red berets,” said youth leader Ivan Boowe.

“No amount of intimidation will make us fear to exercise our rights. By designating our dress code as a military wear, the government is moving to attempt to ban the People Power Movement and we are ready to face any action government takes,” he added.

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