How Many Of Us Remember Footballer Fredrick Oballa Who Went To The US? Here Is What Happened To Him
A Kenyan footballer who went to America to play football has now left grief upon his parents after detective officers found his stinking body at the Oklahoma State apartment in the United States where he was residing. According to the reliable source, the residents claim that Mr. Fredrick Opudo Oballa went missing some days ago, but since in America it is not easy to visit someone in his house because people are always busy, even greeting takes them time.
Photos Of The Kenyan Man Who Was Reportedly Found Dead At His Home In Oklahoma State, USA
A 45-year-old Kenyan man identified as Frederick Opudo Oballa was reported to have been found dead at his home in Oklahoma, United States of America. Before his death, the deceased was a footballer who went to America in 2003 after securing a football scholarship from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
I Bought My Coffin , Dug My Grave And Paid Mourners who Will Mourn Me When I Will Die -Man Reveals
A man identified as Aloys from Busia county in western Kenya re6that he bought his coffin, dug his grave in a place where he would like to be buried and even paid Mourners who would cry and mourn him when he would die according to their customs.According to the man he is a husband to four wives in which two of them have passed away.
JUST IN: US Government Drops a Powerful Message About LGBTQ Community, Vows to Do The Following
United States of America President Joe Biden has broken his silence about the Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, bisexual, and Questioning community. According to Joe Biden, the US government has declared to support the rights of individuals in the LGBTQ community. The US government has been at the forefront of fighting for the LGBTQ community, and the administration has taken action against the states that have opposed the community, including Uganda.
Wrestling Fraternity In Mourning After Powerful Wrestler Dies
Human being is a social animal. They like associating one another as families. This is a common phenomena in the whole world. This is why people organise family gathering, recreational activities among other place of gathering. Football is one of the many games that brings people together.
Most consumed meat in the world
Foraging for plants, fruits, and seeds provided early prehistoric humans with sustenance that required a lot of energy to digest. Since digesting takes up a lot of energy, the human brain has stayed relatively tiny. After that, the earliest Homo species started regularly scavenging meat about 2 million years ago.
How Kenyans In USA Suffers
It is always a dream for most Kenyans to go to the United States Of America a land of milk and honey.Most Kenyans believe that when they go to America,they will get rich by acquiring several dollars every month. When one leaves the airport to America, your family gets excited because they believe they will soon receive thousands of dollars from you while in America.
Sad, Photos Of American President Biden Assisted To Stand In Podium And Reactions Of Netizens
Sad images of the American president Joe Biden has been circulating on social media after he attended a ceremony yesterday. The president was seen unstable for a while during the ceremony. It is said that the president attended a graduation ceremony of the graduating people from military academy in the state of Colorado.
Reactions As Biden Says They Are Building America Where You Won't Need A Degree To Get A Good Job
Reactions As Joe Biden Says They Are Building America Where You Won't Need A Degree To Get A Good Job. The President of the United States of America (USA), Joe Biden has announced via his social media pages that they are building an America where you won't need a four years Degree for you to get a well paying job.
Trouble in paradise: What Edday has done to Samidoh while away in America confusing fans
Edday Nderitu, Samidoh Muchoki's wife unfollows Samidoh in social media account of Instagram in what has left fans in confusion. Edday a mother of three is currently in America for a vacation where she celebrated her birthday recently. It is not disclosed how long will she be in America having stayed there for over a week.
Heartbroken Man Reveals How He Was Heartlessly Dumped By Girlfriend After She Relocated To America
Going abroad is termed as good news and families who have members studying, working or living abroad, particularly in European and American nations have high hopes even if not to get rich but have a better life. And that's why you will see most African families trying as much as the can to have one or more of their members going abroad.
With less than Ksh.10,000 here are 15 business in 2023 with high daily profits
Are you looking to start a business but don’t have enough capital?I know the feeling.It can be frustrating to have that entrepreneurial fire and not be able to do anything about it. That’s why we decided to make a list of 105 businesses you can start with less than Ksh.10,000 and turn a profit in a short time.
Biden Directs National Security Council to do This to Uganda After Passing of Anti-gay Law
President of the united states of America Joe Biden has reacted to the latest move by the president of Uganda his excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni as assenting the anti gay bill into law. According to the statement issued by the Whitehouse, president Biden termed this as a shameful act and abuse of human rights.
If You Live in These 10 American Cities, You Most Likely Have Depression
Image by Photorech Depression is a serious mental health disorder that affects millions of people around the world, including in America. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated 17.3 million adults in the United States had at least one major depressive episode in 2017.
Reactions As Biden Says They Are Building America Where You Won't Need A Degree To Get A Good Job.
Reactions to Joe Biden's statement that an America where a degree is not required to obtain a good job is being built. Joe Biden, the president of the United States of America (USA), has stated on his social media platforms that they are creating a country where a four-year degree will not be required to obtain a well-paying job.
Defaulting on Debt by Republicans Could Trigger Recession, Threaten Retirement and Jobs: VP Harris
In today's world, the national debt of any country has become an important issue that affects not only the economic well-being of a country but also its global status and reputation. The United States of America, being one of the largest economies in the world, is no exception to this rule.
Exploring America's National Parks: A Timeless Journey Through Nature's Treasures
Zion National PARK Signages Photo Courtesy: citrusmilo.com America's national parks offer breathtaking landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and unparalleled natural beauty that continue to enthrall visitors from all corners of the globe. In this evergreen article, we embark on a journey through some of the most iconic national parks in the United States, inviting readers to explore these natural wonders and experience the awe-inspiring sights they have to offer.
The story of youngest black person sentenced to death in America
George Stinney Jr of African descent was the youngest person to be sentenced to death in the 20th century in the United States. He was only 14 years old when he was executed in an electric chair. During his trial, even on the day of his execution, he always carried a bible in his hands, claiming to be innocent.
The Future of Healthcare: How Technology is Reshaping the Medical Industry
As technology continues to evolve and advance, it has been making significant inroads into healthcare. From mobile apps that track your fitness and nutrition to artificial intelligence that helps diagnose diseases, technology is transforming the healthcare industry in America and changing the way we approach health and wellness.
Harnessing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Support Teen Mental Health in the United States
Mental health issues among teenagers in America have become a growing concern in recent years. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, about 20% of American teenagers experience some form of mental health disorder every year. This staggering statistic has left many parents, educators, and mental health professionals searching for effective treatments to help these young people overcome their challenges.