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Today, a term has been trending and getting much attention from the audience. There are numerous searches to know the exact matter of Rule 34 which says that “if it exists, it is pornographic content”. Normally, people take easy steps in which they prefer to gather information from trending content rather than to do ground-level research.

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There are many people who become famous without doing anything good and actually worthy to become prominent. There are several videos that went viral on social media without any reason but some went viral for explicit content.

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Currently, the name Evita Camila has been trending on the internet and many people are curious searching for it. So, the person has come into a victim of an awful activity on the internet. The news claimed that someone leaked her videos and images on the internet and she is facing lots of issues and problems.

She said on the Internet, “If you’re a popular personality, you’re more likely to find your name on the Internet in the context of porn”. The incident started when one of his friends advised her to create an OnlyFans ID and ask her to upload her videos and images.

When she started, she hesitated but later she get attached to the account and start enjoying it. Still, she is concerned about the public image She has more than 100,000 followers on his Instagram handle. She has a creator account on Onlyfans.

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The viral video has caused violations of Rule 34 (Internet maxim, relating to every conceivable subject that includes pornography) and Rule 43 (a saying: The more beautiful and pure the thing, the more satisfactory to the corrupt). Now, what will happen next is actually interesting to see.

There are a number of people constantly searching to watch the full video of her in which she is appearing boldly. The topic become one of the most talkative topics on the internet in which many people already watched the video and many are searching to know more about this topic. We always provide all the information related to the trending topics and you will get every single detail on our website.

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Silver Reserves date Kamuzu Barracks in Nyasa Capital Finance Cup Finals – The Maravi Post

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Silver Strikers Reserve celebrating their third goal

By Edwin Mbewe

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Nyasa Capital Finance on Sunday, December 5, 2021 declared St Gabriel Medicals group loan application forms as invalid hence not capable to get the loan,they have however given mandate to Central bankers to keep the money meant for the loan.

St Gabriel Medicals failed to utilize their first half top form to defeat Silver Strikers Reserve in the Nyasa Capital Finance Regional Cup Semifinals at Silver Stadium on Sunday hence got punished by three goals to nil.

Namitete based side controlled the play in the first half and created scoring chances but failed to score as their attackers lacked precision hence Silver Strikers Reserve capitalized on that shortfall to score their first goal before the end of the half through Levison Gopani on a spot kick.

Second half St Gabriel Medicals made some changes to find themselves a way of punishing the central Bankers, but this did not pay them dividend as their play changed from better to worse.

Leo Mpulula’s boys noted their counterparts weaknesses and came up with brain blowing ideas by attacking aggressively no wonder they added two more goals through Yassin Chida at 70th minute before Madalitso Maso sealed the deal almost ten minutes to time after St Gabriel lost concentration as the play was halted following Silver Strikers goalie Charles Chisale got injured hence the medical team was attending to him.

Soon Referee brew the whistle to resume the play and Silver had to take a free kick in which their counterparts failed to defend Madalitso Maso’s shot which he placed far post after exchanging beautiful passes with Levison Gopani, Yasin Chida and Tathedwa Willard.

The last ten minutes was dancing time for Mpulula’s boys as they looked satisfied with that three nil lead and St Gabriel Medicals was completely disorganized as everything they tried to do could not work on their side.

Last whistle was blown to end the match and yes,Silver Strikers Reserve have defeated St Gabriel by three goals to nil in the Nyasa Capital Finance Regional Cup Semifinals to date Kamuzu Barracks reserve who defeated Wimbe United by a goal to nil at Lilongwe Community ground on Saturday.

Leo Ferguson Mpulula was happy for the victory saying his boys played according to the plan especially in the second half no wonder they scored two goals.

Mpulula then added that they will prepare well for the finals against Kamuzu Barracks describing them as a good side.

St Gabriel Medicals Coach, Martin Mthetho Mkamanga, was disappointed with the way his boys played, saying they created more scoring chances than their counterparts but failed to take them.

Mkamanga further said,their strikers lacked marksmanship hence got punished.

He therefore acknowledged the substitutions they made in the second half did not pay them any dividend.

St Gabriel Medicals will play Wimbe United in a third place play off which will be as a curtain raiser for the crucial finale between Kamuzu Barracks Reserve and Silver Strikers Reserve on Saturday, December 11, 2021.

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Talking Blues: Talk is cheap, actions speak – The Maravi Post

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“Within the first two years of being president, I will change everything in the way that we run things. If I don’t change everything in two years, I will resign.” Then-leader of opposition, now State President Lazarus Chakwera.

President Chakwera was born to a poor rural family in rural Lilongwe and lived his formative years under Malawi’s first president, late Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda.

The story of Kamuzu Banda, as everyone knows, is not a short one. We cannot even begin to unravel it here.

Suffice to say, critics on both sides of the aisle can write and never run out of fodder of both good and bad about Kamuzu.

In the context of the title above, I will touch on just one thing: among the few things no one can take away from Kamuzu’s legacy is the fact that in his era, boys and girls born from rural areas and from the poorest of families who made it to secondary school had as good a chance as any boy or girl born of affluent parents to proceed to university; graduate and after that pick a job of their choice, or like in the case of President Chakwera, dedicate themselves to saving souls without fear of destitution.

Kamuzu’s talk was never cheap.

His actions spoke. Both ways.

Fast-forward, Chakwera entered Malawi politics in 2013 as Malawi Congress Party (MCP) leader. He ran for president in 2014 and 2019, coming second both times.

Upon the annulment of the 2019 elections by the Constitutional Court, a Fresh Presidential Election was called.

Chakwera, at the helm of a loose federation of nine opposition parties with Saulosi Chilima as his running mate, trounced Democratic Progressive Party’s Peter Mutharika.

And lo and behold, Chakwera stumbled onto a lifetime opportunity to walk his campaign talk and deliver.

In his fool’s paradise “It’s an honour” acceptance speech, President Chakwera doubled down on promising the moon.

Among other things, he said independence “was for all of us, together, to be the ones who enjoy the riches of Malawi’s soil; to be the ones who make the products of her industries; to be the ones who harvest the bounties of her fields; to be the ones who are served by her taxes, and to be the ones who raise the skylines of her cities.”

He continued, “The time has come for us to arise from the slumber of our dream and make the dream true. Dr. Chilima and I accept this challenge and task. We will pursue it, not just as servants accountable to you voters, but as stewards of the hopes of millions of children, born and unborn, who have no vote.”

“With your help, we will restore a new generation’s faith in the possibility of having a government that serves, not a government that rules; a government that inspires, not a government that infuriates; a government that listens, not a government that shouts; a government that fights for you, not against you.”

He went on to bear personal testimony on what a good government for all can do.

“Now, I am no stranger to the benefits of good government. Although I was raised in a poor village like most Malawians; raised without inherited riches or political connections like most Malawians; raised without electricity or running water like most Malawians; I stand here today because I had one of the blessings of God that young Malawians today do not: The blessing of growing up in a well-governed Malawi.

”So I pledge to run Malawi well, for that is the surest path to Tsogolo Labwino, a path that has long been in ruins, riddled with the potholes of greed and corruption. In making this pledge, I am accepting this call to serve you with joy and holy fear, for I am duty-bound to God and all of you to give it my best.”

If what we have seen is Chakwera’s best, what would his worst feel like?

Look here, eighteen months under Chakwera, the feeling of betrayal is palpable for most Malawians.

If Chakwera were indeed governing as he had pledged, i.e., “running Malawi well” and “changing everything in the way that we run things,” how do we explain the fact that 57 years after independence, it is a British law enforcement agency accosting those whose who steal our taxes, bribe truckloads of government officials and externalize the loot?

If truth be told, vis-à-vis the ongoing Zuneth Sattar and associates saga, had the British not arrested Sattar, as we speak, he would have been signing another billion Kwacha tender!

When exactly did President Chakwera plan that Malawians begin enjoying the fruits of their taxes?

How can we reconcile the restoration of “a new generation’s faith in the possibility of having a government that serves, not a government that rules; a government that inspires, not a government that infuriates; a government that listens, not a government that shouts; a government that fights for you, not against you”; when every trick in the book has been tried to stop Bon Kalindo from organizing long overdue protests demanding that Chakwera walk his talk?

How do we begin to comprehend that someone who “was raised in a poor village like most Malawians; raised without inherited riches or political connections like most Malawians; raised without electricity or running water like most Malawians and is President today because he had one of the blessings of God that young Malawians today do not: the blessing of growing up in a well-governed Malawi” can today insensitively lambast some 500 souls inboxing him to lead?

All the above, however, is nothing. From the “It’s an honour” castle-in-the-air speech, my main take-home was the finale:

”So I pledge to run Malawi well, for that is the surest path to Tsogolo Labwino, a path that has long been in ruins, riddled with the potholes of greed and corruption. In making this pledge, I am accepting this call to serve you with joy and holy fear, for I am duty-bound to God and all of you to give it my best”.

Something, surely, must have happened on the way to heaven!

You know, if the president is a man of his word, in about six months or so from now, he should do the right and honorable thing.

Within the first two years of being president, he has not, and there is no reason to believe he will change a thing.

It’s high time that anyone with a spare pen and a ream of paper donated them to the State House for the president to begin drafting the promised: I quit!

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Malawi has no fertilizers for AIP – The Maravi Post

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By Dorica Mtenje

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-Despite the country reaching the rain season the country has no fertilizer for Agriculture Input Program (AIP) in all ADMARC depots in the country.

Mzimba North legislator,Yeremia Chihana told the just ended Malawi Parliament that President Lazarus Chakwera’s Tonse government must to bow down to suppliers call on price for the sake of Malawians.

Chihana said the country should have come up with a supplementary budget to enable the ministry of agriculture t purchase the fertilizer.

Concurring with Chihana, Zomba Ntonya Member of Parliament (MP) Ned phoya said government need to reduce numbers of beneficiaries to add up to the new price of fertilizer.

Poya said its very sad that no depots has fertilizer as it is very worrisome to the economy of the country.

He said a lot of suppliers are sending their fertilizer outside the country as they are being bought at a better price than here

Chitipa South lawmaker Welani Chilenga and Mzimba south,Billy Kaunda concurred with the 2 members on the matter saying their is indeed the challenge on fertilizer issue.

In desperate response Agriculture Minister Lobin Lowe said the country will be supplied fertilizer by 47 suppliers only .

Lowe said government will look for other suppliers to replace the ones that are refusing to give out the fertilizer .

He said the country should expect 150,000 metric tones of fertilizer by the end of December this year.

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