Lady Gaga Serenades Foster Child With Amazing a Capella “Born This Way” (WATCH)

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreIt’s hard to keep from getting choked up while listening to Lady Gaga serenade a foster child with her blockbuster anthem of independence.While visiting Casa Hogar, a nonprofit foster kid’s home in Mexico, a child named Christian asked the pop star if she could sing him a song. Without missing a beat, Gaga looked him in the eyes and started belting out a jaw dropping a capella version of her hit single “Born This Way”. WATCH: George Clooney And Julia Roberts Sing on Carpool Karaoke w/ Gwen Stefani“Thanks to Lady Gaga for the visit, and for sharing a real healthy dinner with our children and staff!” said the nonprofit on its Facebook Page.“She brought backpacks and scholastics for each one of the boys— she is an incredibly beautiful and humble person.”(WATCH the video below…) You’re On The Right Track, Baby, To Share This Story…AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

Kenya to send donations to Tanzania after earthquake

first_imgKenya to send donations to Tanzania after earthquake (Online photo)The Kenya Defence Force on behalf of the country will on Tuesday airlift materials; iron sheets, blankets and mattresses to Tanzania in disaster assistance following the deadly earthquake on SaturdayPresident Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday expresses solidarity and sympathy to the Tanzania government and its citizens following the loss of lives, injuries and destruction of property resulting from the quake.Speaking to Tanzania’s President John Magufuli on phone, he said;“I have learnt with deep sorrow and regret the loss of sixteen precious lives, injury to hundreds of our Tanzanian brothers and sisters, as well as massive destruction of property and livelihoods following the devastating earthquake in Bukoba District, in North Western Tanzania.  On behalf of the Government and the people of Kenya, and on my own behalf, I extend heartfelt condolences and sympathies to Your Excellency, the Government and people of Tanzania, and particularly to the grieving families.” The business daily reportslast_img read more

2019 FIBA World Cup: Nwora Reacts As D’Tigers Qualify As First In Africa (AUDIO)

first_imgD’Tigers have qualified as the number one team in Group F and also Africa despite their last game’s defeat to Senegal by 63 to 84 points.Nigeria’s point guard, Ikenna Iroegbu scored 23 points, 6 assists and 6 rebounds to finish the qualification series on a high while Captain, Ike Diogu had 10 points, 6 dribbles and 7 rebounds on the night.Despite the superior statistics against the Senegalese, (11-7 steals, 20-16 assists and more 21.4 points from turnovers as against 12.5 points made by their opponents), Nigeria lost the encounter due to inaccurate shooting.Irrespective of the defeat which was Nigeria’s second during the last window, the team still finished top in group F as well as in Africa.In his post-match reaction, Nwora said the team would have loved to finish the qualifiers on a high with a win, but it did not go as expected.“I know for sure that it’s not what we expected. We came here to remain undefeated but as God will have it,  we did not achieve that goal but we still finished top because of the previous window. We just had problems scoring and we also did not defend well, but I am proud of the guys.”With the absence of some key members of the team coupled with the limited time frame for preparation, Nwora reckoned that it was likely to be a tough journey.“Our scorers were unable to make it. We just had to get the guys that were available late and they gave their best.He congratulated the team for a job well done describing it as mission accomplished after emerging as the winner of the African series.“I am proud that we are still number 1 in Africa and also in our group.”With Nigeria and Senegal tied on 22 points, Nigeria nicked the top spot with superior points difference against their arch rival.Although Senegal defeated Nigeria by 21pts on Sunday, Nigeria got the job done in Lagos when they inflicted a 28 point defeat on them. In Group E, Tunisia is first with 22 pts ahead of Angola with 21ptsNigeria will be berthing in China as the winner of the FIBA World Cup African qualifiers zone with a superior points difference of +268 as against Tunisia had +264 in Group E.Related2019 FIBA WC: D’Tigers On The Brink After 81-94 Loss To ArgentinaSeptember 2, 2019In “BasketBall”FIBA WCQ: D’Tigers Reaffirm Dominance Against CARFebruary 25, 2019In “BasketBall”2019 FIBA World Cup: Real Reason I Picked My Son Jordan – D’Tigers Coach Alex Nwora (AUDIO)August 28, 2019In “BasketBall”last_img read more