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Ronaldinho Set To End Five-Month ‘Prison Hell’ And Return To Brazil Today After Fake Passport Scandal In Paraguay

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Brazilian legend, Ronaldinho is expected to be allowed to return to Brazil today, bringing his five-month prison hell to an end over fake passport scandal in Paraguay.

Back in March, the former AC Milan and Barcelona legend was caught up in a scandal after entering Paraguay with fake documents along with his brother.

According to La Nacion, passports were found bearing the names of Ronaldinho and Roberto and with Paraguayan nationality despite having their Brazilian passports confiscated in 2018 following conviction in an environment offense.

The pair later ended up in a Paraguay prison before they were released on house arrest after serving just 32 days behind bars.

In a new report by The Sun, Ronaldinho has been offered freedom and an escape from the trial in exchange for a £70,000 cash payment following his fake passport scandal arrest.

His brother, Roberto de Assis Moreira is also expected to be allowed to leave with him if a judge accepts a new prosecution proposal based around a two-year suspended jail sentence and an £85,000 fine.

Both men would have to plead guilty to a charge of entering the country with falsified passports as part of a so-called deal called a ‘Salida process’ in Paraguay, according to reports in the South American country.

In April, the 40-year-old told Paraguayan daily ABC Color that the first thing he will do when he recovers his freedom gives his doting mum Miguelina “a big kiss”.

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Kennedy Agyapong’s Baby Mama Confirms The Politician Helped Sylvester Ofori

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One name that has been in the news these past few weeks is Sylvester Ofori the Ghanaian pastor who shot his wife identified as Barbara Tommey seven(7) times in Orlando in the United States.

After the incident happened, US-based Ghanaian broadcast journalist Kevin Ekow Taylor came out and alleged that Sylvester was taken to the US with the help of a politician and the member of parliament for Assin Central Hon. Kennedy Agyapong.

Shedding more lights on the matter, he revealed that Sylvester Ofori after winning the American lottery adding that his real name is not even Sylvester Ofori but rather Kwame Bonsu.

He said: ” This pastor they say had killed his wife, mmmm so bad. They say his name is Sylvester Ofori, Anyone who would Argue should come. His surname name is “Bonsu”. Somebody took him to America. The personality that took him to America is a politician and he talk’s a lot in Ghana so if any blame go and give it to the person”

Though he failed to provide proof to back his allegations, the baby mama of the Kennedy Agyapong identified Miora Dorson-William has come out to confirm the allegations leveled against the politician by Kevin Taylor.

According to her, Kennedy was the one who took Sylvester to the US under the disguise of a new name which we all now know.

She continued that she is surprised that the politician during his exposé on some Ghanaian pastors failed to mention that there is this fake pastor in the United States known as Sylvester.

Miora blamed the father of her daughter that he is the cause of the death of Barbara Tommey because if he had exposed him, things wouldn’t have gotten to this state.

The baby mama in a video sighted and available also used the opportunity to bash two presenters of RTV who she claimed insulted her for jubilating over the court case involving Kennedy Agyapong and some judges.

Kennedy Agyapong has been charged to face the court to explain why he shouldn’t be sentenced of jailed for insulting a judge during one of his submissions on television.

Even though the politician has apologized for his statement, many people are calling to him to be jailed so he can stop running his mouth.

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Woman Twerks On Top Of Half-Opened Coffin As Funeral Takes Strange Turn | WATCH

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A funeral ceremony in Ecuador took a strange turn when a woman jumped on top of a half-open coffin and started twerking.

Mobile phone footage taken by a spectator shows the young woman sitting astride the coffin and dancing to the reggae music. She made a number of sexual moves and even leaned into the open part of the coffin to blow a kiss as she twerked.

Mourners watched this display in the middle of a road in the city of Manta, in the province of Manabí, Ecuador, and filmed with their phones.

A large crowd of men is seen cheering in high spirits as the music blasts from a loudspeaker.

The video was shared on Twitter along with a caption: “If yo girl doesn’t do this at yo funeral is she really yo girl.”

According to El Universo, the deceased was identified as 38-year-old Marlon Mero Quijije.

He was shot three times in different parts of his body when he was walking in the neighborhood of San Jose in Manta and was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Prosecutors believed he was a victim of an apparent robbery and was attacked when he resisted.

Diego Bolaños, Chief of Operations of the Manta District Police, explained that six bullet holes were found in the area of the attack, of which three hit Marlon.

He added that Marlon had no criminal record.

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A funeral ceremony in Ecuador took a strange turn when a woman jumped on top of a half-open coffin and started twerking. Mobile phone footage taken by a spectator shows the young woman sitting astride the coffin and dancing to the reggae music playing. She made a number of sexual moves and even leaned into the open part of the coffin to blow a kiss as she twerked. Mourners watched this display in the middle of a road in the city of Manta, in the province of Manabí, Ecuador, and filmed with their phones. A large crowd of men are seen cheering in high spirits as the music blasts from a loudspeaker. The video was shared on Twitter along with a caption: "If yo girl don't do this at yo funeral is she really yo girl." According to El Universo, the deceased was identified as 38-year-old Marlon Mero Quijije. He was shot three times in different parts of his body when he was walking in the neighbourhood of San Jose in Manta and was pronounced dead at the hospital. Prosecutors believed he was a victim of an apparent robbery and was attacked when he resisted. Diego Bolaños, Chief of Operations of the Manta District Police, explained that six bullet holes were found in the area of the attack, of which three hit Marlon. He added that Marlon had no criminal record. 📹 @OutSmokeChapo

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US 2020 Election: Trump Calls Mail-In Voting A ‘Scam’

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US President, Donald Trump, has called mail-in voting a “scam” during a press conference on Friday, September 17, blasting the voting system in which states send mail-in ballots directly to voters due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

More than half of all Americans are expected to vote through the mail this presidential election, though over 40 percent of Americans voted by mail in the 2016 and 2012 general elections, according to the Election Assistance Commission.

Several states, including Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington, automatically send out mail-in ballots to all state residents for the general election.

But due to the Coronavirus pandemic, California, Nevada, New Jersey, Vermont, and Washington D.C. will automatically mail out ballots to all residents for the 2020 election.

“They’re sending out tens of millions of ballots to everybody, people that didn’t expect them. People are getting inundated with ballots, they’ll be showered with ballots,” Trump said Friday.

“Everybody in this room knows it’s a scam,” the president continued, gesturing to the White House press pool. “They are never going to be able to count them.”

It’s a disaster, everyone knows it,” Trump told reporters before adding that the U.S. Postal Service was not to blame for the 2020 primary election mishaps, when hundreds of thousands of ballots went uncounted .

“Where are these ballots going? Who’s sending them? Who’s signing them?” Trump asked, attempting to show why he thinks voting through the mail is insecure.

“I think it’s going to be a terrible time for this country and we are counting on federal judges to do a great constitutional job.”

Recently, Trump cynically stated that 80 million Americans would receive mail-in ballots as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, a figure he alleges will invalidate the 2020 election results.

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