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Kumkum Bhagya Today’s Written Update 14th Oct 2021 Episode Rhea and Ranbir Gets Intimate in Hotel

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The latest episode of Kumkum Bhagya begins with, Rhea talking to Shaina where she asks her about the cups for serving tea, Shaina gives her the cup, and then both serve the tea to everyone where Rhea gives to Vikram, Sid and Pallavi and Shaina gives to Dida only. Ranbir puts the cup which is medicined meanwhile, Rhea says that first she will give the tea to her loving sister and Prachi appreciates it. Ranbir there asks her if Jiju is not having respect but Rhea does not reply to him and walks towards Prachi to give her the cup.

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The next day, Abhi comes back home and yells at Aaliya shouting her name, she comes out and asks her what happened and why is he screaming like this. Abhi replies that “you will not work with Gaurav from now”. She asks why? He replies, he got to know that Gaurav stole the quotation so that he can play and file the tender just for defeating Pragya’s company. Aaliya asks him that who told him about this, he keeps quiet, she asks if it is Pragya itself. She then asks him if he is mad about what because Gaurav did not do it and why he always comes into her words trap. She then says “Pragya might have told you that I am also involved in this” He replies “did I say your name, you are taking from your own mouth”.

In the other scene, Prachi says to Ranbir that whatever he has done for her is just unspeakable because she is under the debt of it and will stay the same even for 7 births. He smiles looking at her, she continues to say that he accepted her and she is feeling blessed to have him or better say to be in his life and she always fears losing him, he smiles and says “I Love you”. He says that he does not care if there is any flaw in her because he loves her and it matters a lot for him and then he says that she is perfect in every manner.

Heading towards the end you will watch, Rhea tries to get intimate with Ranbir in the hotel room but when they come back to the home Pallavi gets to know about it and she tells Rhea that she got to know about what she has done on the trip and she was not accepting this from her. Prachi comes there and asks Pallavi that what she did so she is fuming at her meanwhile Aaliya comes out of her room and tells her that Ranbir and Rhea both were together in a room and spent a night. It shakes her from toe to forehead, the episode ends here to stay connected with us to read more updates like this.

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Malawi exams body disputes 2021 MSCE leaked papers – The Maravi Post

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Suspected 2021 MSCE leaked papers

ZOMBA-(MaraviPost)-The Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) has quashed rumours hovering on social media claiming that the 2021 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examination papers of leaked, saying the rumours are fake.

Some people are sharing examination papers on social media especially on social media including WhatsAPP and Facebook.

The Maravi Post is in possession of some of the leaked papers.

The suspected leaked papers including Biology, Mathematics and Agriculture.

But MANEB spokesperson Mayamiko Chiwaya has described the papers circulating on social media as fake.

Chiwaya said candidates should not be worried as they have tightened security.

MANEB will started administering the 2021 MSCE examination from Tuesday, October 26, 2021 across the country.

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Unscrupulous thugs destroy Malawi’s Gospel artist late Grace Chinga tombstone – The Maravi Post

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BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)-Unscrupulous and disgruntled thugs have destroyed Malawi’s Gospel artist late Grace Chinga tombstone

The late Chinga’s son Steve Spesho confirmed the incident that disgruntled people have indeed damaged his mother’s tombstone at HHI Cemetery in Blantyre.

Spesho who is also an artist, said that they received a call from a certain woman who was at the cemetery for a funeral ceremony.

He said he is not so sure as to what is happening with security at the cemetery as this is a second time it has happened.

“All along we have had the tombstone intact until earlier this year when we first heard about people breaking it. We fixed it and now the same thing has happened,” he said.

The police are yet to comment on the matter.

The late Chinga was laid to rest on March 19, 2016.

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One Year After #EndSARS – But No Lessons Learnt, By Fredrick Nwabufo – The Maravi Post

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October 2020 is a watershed in Nigeria’s revolutionary history. It is a time that evokes courage, trepidation, solemnity, and despair. Nigerian consciences across divides mobilised and made demands on the government – to end police brutality – with the #EndSARS campaign. Regime power succumbed to people power – but sadly in the end, the citizens’ action was commandeered and miscarried.  



Like most Nigerians, I was in support of the protest before it was seized and deployed for violence. Protests are only natural in a democracy. In fact, they are evidence that democracy is still kicking. But violence in whatever form should not be found among civilised people. 

I recall how the protest in Abuja was poisoned. Peaceful citizens converged on different areas in the city demanding a reform of the police. But some uncivil individuals infiltrated the ranks of the movement, blocking roads, setting bonfires and holding residents captive in a jungle of automobiles. Soon sponsored thugs descended on peaceful protesters and unleashed a violence never before seen in the Federal Capital Territory on citizens only doing their bounden duty. 

Chaos everywhere; the earth was crimson and the atmosphere made putrid by the blazing of property and attack on pedestrians. The FCT was under siege – held by hoodlums and criminals magicked from neighbouring states by those who considered the protest as an attack on the government. 

Some residents killed, businesses destroyed, buildings razed and a fleet of cars at a vehicle mart set ablaze. But one year after, most of those who suffered losses in the savage attacks have not been compensated despite the promise made to them by Bello Mohammed, FCT minister. 

I am of the view that the #EndSARS protest in situ was an organic and unchoreographed citizens’ response to the prevailing culture of impunity at all levels. It was devoid of political adventures ab initio, but some powerful forces sensing the political capital that can be extracted from it played their hand. Then the agents of the government reacted by sponsoring thugs to counter the tide. Anarchy was subsequently loosed on the country. 

The government cannot be exculpated of blame in the violence that followed the #EndSARS protest just as the political influence on the movement by some interests cannot be discounted. 

So, one year after the #EndSARS protest, what has changed? And what lessons have been learnt – by the government and protest entrepreneurs? I think nothing has changed, and there appears to be no lessons learnt. 

According to a report by Global Rights, an international human rights organisation based in Washington DC, in spite of the avalanche of protests against police brutality in October 2020, Nigeria recorded 164 cases of extra-judicial killing between January and September 2021.

The report said there were 14 cases of extra-judicial killing in January; three in February; six in March, six in April, nine in May; 12 in June, 23 in July; 14 in August, and 77 in September.

A plus ca change; nothing changed. The impunity by law enforcement agents has persisted unhinged since the #EndSARS protest. But this impunity is systemic, really. Yes. Impunity is a Nigerian affliction, and it is beyond the police. Here, a “big man” will threaten to lock you up for speaking to him unkindly. And a federal ministry will turn you back for wearing shorts or for having dreadlocks. Those with privilege abuse and assault their domestic staff; companies are run as slave camps where staff suffer indignities and are owed months and years of wages. It is the same impunity — everywhere.

The average Nigerian police officer is not different from the everyday Nigerian. They are encumbered by the same flaws, the same contours, and are from the same famished and oppressed phylum. Our police officers are made by our communities and socialised into impunity as everyone else.  

Again, the problem is systemic. Police criminalise citizens; citizens see police as the enemy. But as long as there is a trust chasm between the civil population and the law enforcement agency, the police cannot secure the country. Every society gets the police it deserves.

It is in every government’s best interest to address the underlying triggers of citizens’ revolt such as — high youth unemployment, hunger, corruption and impunity by those entrusted with power. The #EndSARS protest happened at a time Nigeria was reopening the economy after weeks of lockdown owing to the COVID pandemic. There was already mass frustration owing to job losses and business failures brought on by the lockdown. 

The excessiveness of some police officers at a time Nigerians were writhing from economic vexation ignited the mine. SARS had always been callous before the protest, but at that time, Nigerians said, ’’if we perish, we perish’’. No government should take the patience and docility of citizens for granted. There is always a breaking point, and there is always a point of no return. The biggest lesson for the government is perhaps to be sensitive to the plight, complaints and challenges of citizens. There is a point a diffident goat is pushed to — and it bites. 

For activists and the civil society, calling for protests is one thing, but managing demonstrations so that they are not commandeered by political interests and vultures is another matter. A lack of strategy and the absence of leadership made the #EndSARS protest vulnerable to political toxins. There should be an exit strategy, entente, and fair compromises where necessary. 

There is always another day to fight. 

By Fredrick Nwabufo; Nwabufo is a writer and journalist.

Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @FredrickNwabufo

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