Black woman narrates her encounter with a white man who stopped to help her because he didn’t want the cops messing with her

Black woman,  took to Twitter to praise a white man who came to her rescue when she ran out of gas while on a highway. She said she was shocked when a white man pulled over to help her. She added that she never expected help from someone like him and was wary at first. But he told her that he didn’t want the police messing with her so he had to stop. The man then went out of his way to get her gas and returned to fill her tank. The Good Samaritan has now been identified as Patrick Sheridan, a musician who is in a band. Twitter users who know him personally testified that he’s always been a kind person who constantly makes efforts to be better. 

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Widow of Li Wenliang, the late Chinese doctor who first raised alarm about China’s Covid-19 outbreak, gives birth

The widow of Li Wenliang, a Chinese doctor who first raised the alarm about the country’s Coronavirus outbreak, has given birth to their son. Wenliang’s wife, Fu Xuejie on Friday shared a picture of the boy on the messaging app WeChat, calling him a “final gift” from Dr Li.  His widow, Mrs Fu, now has two sons with her late husband. In her message she wrote: “Husband, can you see this from heaven? You have given me your final gift today. I will of course love and protect them.”  It should be remembered that Dr Li was arrested by Chinese authorities after he revealed the virus outbreak in Wuhan and was accused by authorities of “spreading rumours”. In December he sent a message to fellow doctors saying that he had noticed seven cases of a virus he thought looked like SARS – a respiratory disease that killed thousands in 2003. He warned them in a group chat to wear protective gear to avoid infection.After his arrest, he contracted the disease and died . After a public outcry on social media over his death, the Chinese government honoured him and labelled him a hero.  Mrs Fu told local Chinese news outlet Litchi News that after her husband’s death she suffered from health problems and had to be temporarily hospitalised so the unborn baby wouldn’t die. She described Dr Li as a responsible doctor and loving husband, and said her family initially hid his death from their other child, saying that “Dad went abroad.”

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Actress, Yvonne Jegede stuns in cleavage-baring latex dress with matching nose masks (photos)

Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede looked as stunning as ever in these new photos she shared to her Instagram page.  The 36-year-old mother of one was pictured posing a skin-tight red latex dress with attached gloves and matching nose masks. The dress left little to the imagination and showed off her ample cleavage and curves. See full photos below.  

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“You can’t oppose and support oppression at the same time” LGBTQ activist, Pamela Adie tackles those who support Blacklivesmatter campaign and also support oppression of gays

“You can’t oppose and support oppression at the same time” LGBTQ activist, Pamela Adie tackles those who support Blacklivesmatter campaign and also support the oppression of gays, Pamela Adie, a Nigerian gay rights activist, says it is ironic for people to support the Black lives Matter campaign and in the same vein support the oppression of LGBTQs. In a tweet posted on her handle, Pamela says oppression of any kind is the same.”Do you know what’s ironic? People who say “Black Lives Matter” but support the oppression of LGBTQ people. You cannot oppose oppression and support oppression at the same time. Oppression is oppression, and you’re either with the oppressors or against them. No middle ground.”

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Tragedy averted as gas tank detaches from a moving truck and falls off the bridge in Ijora (photos)

An accident that could have claimed the lives of many people occurred along the Ijora under the bridge this afternoon June 12. A gas tank attached to a truck detached itself and fell off the bridge. Thankfully, no one was under the bridge when it landed. Men of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority LASTMA have since arrived at the scene to manage the traffic resulting from the accident. Efforts are being made to remove the gas tank from the road.  See more photos below 

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