Saturday, October 25, 2014

Thursday, October 23, 2014

'Kama hujajiandaa kuwa mke usiolewe'

Notable Nollywood actress, Tina Mba, has advised celebrities who are not prepared to stay married not to venture into it. 
 
Speaking as a celebrity guest on Jara , the Delta State-born actress and single mother, who has been involved in stage productions and films for over two decades, said:
 
“I have two lovely children.  But what I know about marriage is that it is an institution laid down by God, so it is sacred. What I tell people is that if you can’t stay married, please, do not go into it.
 
“Marriage is a burden; it is a huge responsibility. If you are not ready for it, don’t go there.  
 
Marriage is not about having a lavish ceremony
 
But it is about you and what you truly feel and how you tend to make it work. 
 
What I am saying is that if you can’t keep it together, don’t venture into it
 
People marry for different reasons. If you are an actress, a wife and a mother, you should know your responsibility is more. 
 
Because you are married, you cannot go on a movie set and start giving excuses.
 
 You know you will be losing your jobs little by little. The directors understand, so they will be giving you slacks. You do not have to kiss and hug all the time.”

Warwanda waandamana kuipinga BBC

Protestors petition Rwanda Parliament to take action on BBCThousands take to Kigali streets to protest against BBC Genocide documentary
Thousands of protestors took to the streets on Wednesday demanding the government of Rwanda takes action against the British broadcaster BBC following a documentary they say denies the 1994 genocide against Tutsis.

Protestors who included mainly university students organized in a Kigali suburb and headed to Parliament with a petition letter. 

They want lawmakers to act. The letter was handed to the Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament by representatives of the protestors.
Protestors petition Rwanda Parliament to take action on BBCThousands take to Kigali streets to protest against BBC Genocide documentaryProtestors petition Rwanda Parliament to take action on BBC