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D-Black Displays Dollar Stacks | PHOTO

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D-Black, the CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, who recently surprised his youngest female musician Sefa with a car, has shown off even more of his money.

The BET candidate showed off mounds of cash packed on the ground in a new photo with a motivational text.

“Speak Your Dreams Into Existence,” he captioned it.

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Anthony Joshua Rushed To Hospital After Damaging Eye Socket

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Eddie Hearn has confirmed his client, Anthony Joshua has been taken to hospital for treatment on an eye injury suffered in his title defeat to Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday night, September 25 in London.

Joshua lost to the undefeated Ukrainian Usyk after a scintillating display.

Usyk who is a southpaw fighter, landed headshots throughout the contest with his shots causing Joshua’s right eye to swell after the 10th round.

Anthony Joshua rushed to hospital after damaging eye socket (photos)

By the end of the 12th round, Joshua was barely standing and had to be saved by the time bell.

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn (pictured below) said his fighter may have suffered a broken eye socket.

‘When he lost in New York everyone started analysing the dressing room, the ring walk,’ Hearn said.

Anthony Joshua rushed to hospital after damaging eye socket (photos)

‘He was fine, he was maybe a little too relaxed on the ring walk, he was shaking everyone’s hand, he was hugging a few people that is just AJ but I feel it was the wrong type of performance.

‘Sometimes you have to use your attributes.

Anthony Joshua rushed to hospital after damaging eye socket (photos)

‘[Joshua] never really got going, he will go to hospital now, I don’t know if he has broken his eye socket, it doesn’t look great.’

Joshua now has 30 days to activate a rematch clause which will most likely take place in Usyk’s home.

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Man Slaughters His 14-Year-Old Brother For Money Ritual

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The Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), has arrested one lsmail Saliu, 25, for allegedly conniving with a herbalist and one other, to slaughter his 14-year-old brother, Azeez Saliu, for money ritual.

Spokesperson of the NSCDC in Kwara, Babawale Afolabi, who disclosed this in a statement on Saturday, September 25, in Ilorin stated that the incident happened in Kosubosu, in Baruten local government area of the state.

“On Friday 13/09/2021, operatives of the NSCDC in Kosubosu divisional office got a distress call from a neighborhood about suspicious movement of certain individuals in their area,” Afolabi stated.

Man slaughters his 14-year-old brother for money ritual in Kwara

“Some officers in the divisional office with operatives of the Anti-Vandal patrol team in the area swung into action and subsequently arrested a herbalist Ahmed Nkwe, 44, lsmaila Saliu 25, and Saliu Ahmed, 30”.

Investigation by the command disclosed that the suspects had lured the victim to a farm where he was allegedly “gruesomely murdered by his own blood brother, lsmail Saliu.

Luck later ran out of the suspects as they were rounded up by the operatives of the NSCDC on their way back from the farm.

“The prime suspect, who is a brother to the deceased has confessed to having personally beheaded his brother with the help of the herbalist and one other person.” he added.

The statement also said that the state Commandant of the Corps, lskil Makinde, had ordered that the suspects be handed over to the police for further investigations and prosecution.

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E/R: 10-Yr-Old Girl Dies In Fire Outbreak At Akyem Gyadam

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A 10-year-old girl has sadly died after a fire gutted a house at Akyem Gyadam at Akyem Oda municipality in the Eastern Region.

The fire started in the early hours of Sunday, September 26, 2021, around 1am-2am, while a family of four were sleeping in their room.

The mother of the 10-year-old got injured while rescuing her two other children – a boy and a girl – from the fire scene.

She is currently at the Akyem Oda Government Hospital receiving treatment.

This incident follows a similar one at the Akim Oda Central Market in the Birim Central Municipality of the Eastern Region.

Property worth thousands of Ghana cedis belonging to traders was lost in the inferno as firefighters and residents fought to douse the fire.

That was the second in 18 years that fire of that magnitude had ravaged the Akim Oda market.

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