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VIDEO: Drama as man climbs atop a plane before take off



A man who climbed onto the wing of a plane as it prepared for takeoff at the airport in Nigeria’s Lagos city has been arrested, authorities said.

The man, who has not been identified, walked towards the aircraft on the runway and was spotted by the pilot, who slowed down and later turned off the engine as the man continued to wander around the aircraft, Azman Air said in a statement.
He then jumped onto a wing of the plane and tried to access the cabin, the airline said. The pilot radioed the tarmac to report the incident, according to the airline.

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Kenyan man goes missing in US, police ask for help in the search [VIDEO]



LAWRENCE, MASS. (WHDH) – Lawrence police are seeking the public’s help in their search for a missing man, officials said.

Daniel Mwangi, 31, has been reported missing, officials said on Thursday last week October 8 2020,he had previously complained of a headache and was advised to see a Doctor

The last day he was active on Facebook was Friday after which all his electronic devices went off

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lawrence Police Department at 978-794-5900

Anybody with information of Daniels’s whereabout is requested to contact:

Joseph #617 256 9043, Diana #781 475 7420, Pastor Karanja #617 784 5729

or call the Police Department nearest to you.


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VIDEO: US born Kenyan reveals three things he wishes he knew about Kenya



While Kenya is a safe destination compared to some surrounding African countries, there are issues with crime in major cities, and many government travel advisories warn travelers of the threat of terrorism. Check your Government’s travel advice for the latest information.

Travelers will always attract unwanted attention from beggars and potential pickpockets. From street scammers to more serious threats, a little common sense goes a long way in Kenya, and staying up to date on the local situation is essential no matter where you go.

For actor  Ronnie Kariuki however, corruption is the number one threat to otherwise peaceful enjoyment in the land of Jomo Kenyatta. Here  are the things you need to know to stay safe and happy in Kenya, at least according to Ronnie.

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TRY YOUR LUCK NOW: 2022 US Green card Visa lottery opens, will end on Nov 10th, 2020



The U.S. Department of State (DOS) has announced the opening of the registration period for the 2022 Diversity Immigrant Visa Program.

The Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery Program enables foreign nationals, including Kenyans, to apply for permanent residence (sometimes referred to as a green card) in the United States without employer or family sponsorship.

The DV Lottery Program selects 55,000 people annually who can then pursue an immigrant visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate in their home country or adjust their status in the United States through the Department of Homeland Security (if a foreign national is residing legally in a nonimmigrant status in the United States at the time of the application). Although the current administration has stated its desire to eliminate the DV Lottery program, it will go forward this year.

This year’s program will again accept only electronic (online) applications. Both the application and the required accompanying photographs must be submitted in an acceptable electronic format. Failure to complete the form in its entirety will disqualify the applicant’s entry.

To be eligible in the lottery drawing, the application must be received between noon Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, and noon Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Applicants must submit an Electronic Diversity Visa Entry Form (E-DV Entry Form or DS-5501) online, which is available only at www.dvprogram.state.govImportantly, there is no fee to register for the annual DV Lottery Program.

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After applicants submit a complete entry, they will see a confirmation screen containing their name and a unique confirmation number. Applicants should print this confirmation screen for their records. They will need this confirmation page and unique confirmation number to access the online system that will inform them of the status of their entry.

Applicants will be selected at random by computer from among all qualified entries. Starting May 8, 2021, applicants will be able to check the status of their entry by returning to, clicking on Entrant Status Check and entering their unique confirmation number and personal information.

Applicants must use Entrant Status Check to check if they have been selected for the DV-2022 lottery and, if selected, to check their immigrant visa interview appointment date. The U.S. government will not inform applicants directly, nor will any notification letters be sent out to registrants.

Persons born in the following countries are not eligible to participate because the countries sent a total of more than 50,000 immigrants to the United States in the previous five years: Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China (including Hong Kong SAR), Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories, and Vietnam. Persons born in Macau SAR and Taiwan are eligible. Although eligible last year, individuals born in Hong Kong SAR are not eligible this year.

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To enter the lottery, an applicant must possess either a high school diploma (or its equivalent) or have two years of work experience within the past five years in an occupation that requires, at a minimum, two years of training or experience. Only one entry per person is permitted.

Applicants should be aware that submitting more than one entry will disqualify all entries by the applicant. A husband and wife may each submit one entry, provided that each spouse meets the eligibility requirements. If either spouse is selected, the other will be entitled to derivative permanent resident status. Minor children under 21 will also secure derivative permanent resident status, should one of their parents be selected in the lottery.

The State Department strongly encourages individuals to complete the entry form themselves, without the help of a consultant, agent, or facilitator. We warn individuals that there have been scams in place over the last few years by individuals and entities charging individuals to complete the application.

There is no fee to register. If applicants have someone assist them with the entry form, they should be present when the entry is prepared so that they can provide the correct answers to questions and retain the confirmation page and their unique confirmation number. Without the confirmation page and unique confirmation number, applicants will not be able to access the online system that will inform them of the status of their entry.

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Remember, the Electronic Diversity Visa Entry Form must be submitted during the period from October 7, 2020 to November 10, 2020.



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