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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Inheriting people's enemies makes you a fool - Angela Okorie

Angela Okorie shared some nuggets on Instagram which centered on inheriting people's enemies without hearing from both sides.

The actress averred that inheriting people's enemies is not a sign of loyalty but a foolish act, as she also pointed out that most times the friend whose enemies one inherits, is always the one at fault.

Angela urged her followers to always hear from both sides so they won't end up being the enemy when the issue is settled. She wrote;

Why inheriting other people's
Enemies as a sign of Loyalty
What if the supposed enemy was
Actually Right,
That makes you a fool
You know why? Cos you were not aware
Of what transpired in the first place
Probably your friend telling u to inherit his or her enemy is Even guilty
Cos who you are fighting might be innocent
After all ,
So u see? you are fighting a
Meaningless fight,
Cos if them settle Tomorrow ,
The enemy will always see u as an enemy
Always hear from the both Sides
Before u go kill ur self fighting innocent people

French President Emmanuel Macron drags Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro for mocking his wife's looks on Facebook

Emmanuel Macron, the President of France has blasted Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro after he appeared to mock his wife on social media.

Trouble started after Bolsonaro endorsed a sexist Facebook post about France's 66-year-old first lady Brigitte Macron. Bolsonaro's supporter posted a meme mocking the appearance of Mrs. Macron and compared her with Brazil's 37-year-old first lady Michelle Bolsonaro.

He wrote: 'Now you understand why Macron is persecuting Bolsonaro?'

The far-right Brazilian leader, 64, replied: 'Do not humiliate the guy, ha ha,' referring to Mr. Macron.

While at a Monday (August 26) meeting for emergency talks by G7 nations on the fires destroying chunks of the Amazon rainforest, French President Macron, 41, accused Bolsonaro of having a 'colonialist mentality'.

When asked about the post at the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, Macron said that 'Brazilian women are probably feeling ashamed of their president.'

Asked whether the response on social media came from Bolsonaro himself, a spokesman for Brazil's presidential palace refused to comment. But the French Prime Minister hit back saying: 'He said very disrespectful things about my wife, I have great respect for the Brazilian people and can only hope they soon have a president who is up to the job.'

He said Bolsonaro's comments were 'extraordinarily rude', adding: 'What can I say? It's sad. It's sad for him firstly, and for Brazilians.'

Mr Macron added at the press conference in France: 'I think Brazilian women will probably be ashamed to read that from their president.

'I think that Brazilians, who are a great people, will probably be ashamed to see this behaviour.

'And as I feel friendship and respect towards the Brazilian people, I hope that they will very soon have a president who behaves in the right way.'

The dispute comes as Macron announced the G7 counties would release 20 million euros ($22m) to help fight the raging fires in the Amazon.
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