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See the Pictures Of This Corporately Dressed Bottle Water Seller In Lagos Will Inspire You

Meet a prominent 24-year old dedicated Nigerian man named Michael Chukwuebuka who sells table water while wearing suits. 

He is notable on the Lagos Island, from CMS to Ojo. 

As per him, he plans to build up his very own table water packaging organization named "Corporate Water" when he has enough cash later on. 

Be that as it may, for the time being, he is managing in the unimportant exchange of water and furthermore fills in as a transport conductor in the night subsequent to selling his water in the day time.

See more photos below

Police Searching For Gunman After 37-Year-Old Man Shot, Killed In Germantown

The quest is on for a shooter after a man is shot and slaughtered in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood. Shell housings littered the 4900 square of Laurens Street, where the shooting occurred around 2 a.m. Sunday, as per police. 

At the point when police arrived, they found a 37-year-elderly person. 

Doctors articulated him dead at the scene. 

"We've found five shell housings and two or three shots, likewise a phone, which might possibly have been the decedent's," Philadelphia Police Captain, Lee Strollo said. 

Agents are checking homes for reconnaissance video as they scan for a suspect.

Previous MIT media lab staff member says authority made it obvious Jeffery Epstein's gifts were to be stayed quiet

Signe Swenson, a previous improvement partner and graduated class organizer at the MIT media lab, told CNN on Saturday that she over and over communicated worry about MIT's connections to Jeffrey Epstein, yet the lab's administration clarified that his gifts were to be stayed discreet. 

Swenson - who originally addressed the New Yorker - says she previously learned of Epstein's connections to MIT when she had a business breakfast with Peter Cohen, the lab's Director of Development and Strategy at the time, in mid 2014. 

Swenson said Cohen revealed to her that the media lab's chief, Joi Ito, had an association with Epstein, that Epstein would give cash to the lab, and that aspect of her responsibilities would include helping with those gifts. Swenson said she told Cohen at the time that she realized Epstein was an "excluded prospect" as a contributor to MIT in light of his state prostitution charges in Florida, yet that Cohen did not appear to be amazed by t…

''Outsiders must leave'' - South Africans serenade in crisp challenge

A crisp round of viciousness is right now working up in the roads of Johannesburg, South Africa, as furnished nonconformists are out once more, requesting that outsiders leave their nation right away. 

South African paper, Sowetan Live, reports that the nonconformists, who conveyed weapons, for example, knobkerries, are holding on to be tended to by Mangosuthu Buthelezi, an outstanding government official and Zulu clan pioneer. The nonconformists, who are said to be inhabitants of inns in eastern Johannesburg, walked on Sunday along Jules Street in the region. 

Sowetan Live reports that Siphiwe Mhlongo, executive of inn headmen (izinduna) in Gauteng, said South African nationals resent occupations being taken by outside nationals, troubled about medications and RDP houses being possessed by outsiders. 

"Everybody who is in South Africa has that believing that remote nationals must return home. In any case, we don't state remote nationals must be pummeled; we are pioneers," …

Smashed Driver Kills Three

In any event 3 individuals were slaughtered in a car accident when an alcoholic driver 

slammed into a trailer and a tricycle. 

The occurrence occurred around 5 am on Saturday at Gwarinpa in Abuja. 

As per observers, the alcoholic driver who was driving a Mercedez 

Benz vehicle slammed into the tricycle while he and the traveler in the 

vehicle were safe. 

"I was not there when the occurrence occurred yet from what I saw it was 

a Benz and a Keke Marwa (tricycle). 

"I saw the dead individuals before NEMA came to clear the scene," a lady 

at the location of the accident said.

NBA star Kawhi Leonard's sister charged in dangerous theft

A relative of NBA star Kawhi Leonard has affirmed his sister is one of two ladies blamed for ransacking and murdering an old lady at a Southern California gambling club. 

The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports the auntie of 35-year-old Kimesha Williams affirmed Saturday that Williams is the sister of the Los Angeles Clippers forward. 

Specialists state Williams and an assistant pursued a 84-year-elderly person into a restroom at Pechanga Resort Casino on Aug. 31, broke her skull and took her tote. The unfortunate casualty kicked the bucket Wednesday. 

A Riverside County sheriff's examiner is requesting that a judge keep Williams held without bail, saying she may escape and "has family that are wealthy and could post her bail." 

Leonard went to secondary school in the territory. He drove the Toronto Raptors to their first NBA title during the 2018-19 season before marking with the LA Clippers.