Prince Hussein of Jordan, the youngest to chair a session of UN Security Council in 2015

This is what is expected from a troubled nations of ours in Nigeria. We need a clear departure from the past of gerontocratic rule dated back more than 50 years of independence. The youths should be well grounded, schooled and tutored in the acts of governance and international diplomacy. The leaders should allow the Nigerian to chart  next course or phase of our great nation.

In this article culled from The national, it attempts to expose how the Imperial Majesty of Kingdom of Jordan,  King Abdallah, developed, groomed and allowed his son , the Crowned Prince Hussein to chair a session of United Security Council meeting in 2015, the youngest so far.

In a deeply troubled times in a deeply troubled region, Prince Hussein is emerging as a symbol of continuity and stability.

Just a year out of college, Jordan’s crown prince has made his debut on the world’s biggest stage, addressing the UN General Assembly — the clearest sign yet that he is on a fast track to a prominent public role at home and abroad.
The accelerated public coming-out of 23-year-old Crown Prince Hussein underlines the continuity of the Hashemite dynasty,  a reassuring prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern.
The young prince is also regarded as a great asset at home for the monarchy at a time of sharp economic downturn and growing discontent, particularly among his contemporaries. More than half of Jordanians are younger than 24. More than a third in that age group are unemployed, and many feel excluded from opportunities.
Prince Hussein’s growing visibility and focus on the concerns of his generation “would give many today a kind of hope that something will change in Jordan,” said analyst Amer Sabaileh, provided the hope was linked to a reform plan.
In his General Assembly speech, delivered in fluent English, the crown prince introduced himself as an advocate for the “largest generation of young people in history,” but focused mostly on familiar Jordanian themes.
He portrayed his desert kingdom bordering conflict-ridden Syria and Iraq as a defender of moderation and inclusiveness in a region “too often deafened by division and extremism.” He also argued that the world hasn’t provided enough aid to Jordan, a leading refugee host nation that has been buffeted by external shocks in recent years.
The palace portrayed his speech in New York on Thursday as part a natural progression in his training, which has included gaining a degree in international history from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and an officer’s course at Britain’s Sandhurst military academy.
“It’s a role he has been growing into, and the issue of youth empowerment is dear and close to him,” a palace official said.
It is also a role he might play for years to come. At the age of 55, his father, Jordan’s King Abdullah II, is one of the region’s younger monarchs.
For King Abdullah, it made sense to cede the spotlight in New York to his son, said David Schenker of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy think tank. As one of the best-known Arab leaders, the king  has successfully promoted Jordan’s moderate image during his 18 years on the throne, and presenting his son to a wider audience helps burnish “brand Jordan.”
The speech is part of the crown prince’s training, along with his participation in meetings with President Donald Trump and other leaders on the sidelines of the General Assembly.
“When the transition eventually does come, years down the road, it makes it easier for Hussein,” Mr Schenker said.
Abdullah and his father, the late King Hussein, had far less time to prepare. Hussein was only 17 when he became king two years after the 1951 assassination of his grandfather, then-King Abdullah I, and a year after his father, Talal, had to abdicate due to illness. Hussein ruled for almost 46 years, much of that time with his brother, Hassan, by his side as crown prince. Shortly before his death in February 1999, Hussein unexpectedly named Abdullah, who was 37 at the time, as crown prince.
The current king designated his oldest son as crown prince much earlier — in 2009, when he was 15. Since then, the prince has become a familiar presence in Jordan. An early official portrait of him as a  round-faced, teenager with a mop of curly hair and rimless glasses, hangs in government offices beside those of his father and grandfather.
After graduating from high school in 2012, his exposure increased as he began sitting in on his father’s high-level meetings and championed projects focusing on the problems of young Jordanians. He has promoted a youth leadership programme and a technical university, among other things. In 2015, he became the youngest person to chair a session of the UN Security Council, dealing with the role of young people in countering violent extremism.In May, he gave the opening speech at the World Economic Forum’s Middle East session.
The prince has also cultivated an image of accessibility. His Instagram account, with more than 1.1 million followers, shows him boxing, cooking on a campfire in the desert, clowning around for the camera with his siblings, playing a guitar and leaning against a motorcycle in a brooding James Dean-style pose. He is seen shaking hands with world leaders, but also with Jordanian sanitation workers.
The prince is stepping into a prominent role at a time of major domestic problems. Jordan is struggling under a heavy debt burden since  vital trade routes to Syria and Iraq closed in 2015, with the latter reopening only recently, and unemployment is rising sharply. In a recent inerview, Abdullah said the economy is his top concern and that it “keeps me and Jordanians up at night.”
Traditionally, governments appointed by the king have absorbed the public’s dissatisfaction, with the monarch seen as being above the political fray, despite his central role in setting policy.
At the UN, Hussein said Jordan is pursuing reforms, such as improving the investment climate and the education system, but urgently needs more international support.
“Ordinarily, assistance would be tied to our progress,” he said. “But these are extraordinary times, and aid is a necessary runway if our political and economic reforms are to fully take off.”


Read this powerful speech delivered by the 23 year old Crown Prince of Jordan at the UNGA

By Muyiwa Olayinka
I have been following the general debate at the 72nd United Nations general assembly that started earlier this week in New York. Many world leaders have delivered messages to the world. US President Donald Trump delivered an undiplomatic address where he threatened to destroy a fellow member nation, North Korea over the nuclear threat to the world peace.
It is unprecedented in the history of the general assembly
The turning point of the general assembly, to me, is the address delivered by the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Jordan, Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II. He deputized for his father, His Majesty King Abdullah, who led the delegation to the assembly.
The 23 year old delivered his speech extempore and in a flawless English. He talked about the endless sectarian wars in the Middle East that has caused distortions and inhuman conditions resulting to refugees crisis. These are some of the highlights of his speech that seems to reawaken the reality of human and material destructions, arising from these intractable, endless wars and genocide being committed on daily basis.

In the speech, Crown Prince Al Hussein outlined the unprecedented challenges facing the “largest generation of young people in history”.
“Our hyper-connected world is at once bringing people closer together and widening the divisions between them”, noting that “the young people of my generation are asking in which direction does our collective moral compass point, and can it guide us safely to justice, prosperity and peace for all?”
Young people, are often dismissed as idealists, “but idealism is not foolish; it is fearless. It invigorates us to lift our reality to the level of our higher ideals, not compromise our ideals in the face of adversity”.
He posed “some rudimentary questions” about the current state of the world, using Jordan, his country as a launch-pad.
Highlighting the external shocks and crises Jordan has weathered over the years, the Crown Prince cited the wars in Gaza, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen and worsening prospects for peace in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, as well as the global financial crisis and several energy crises.
“I do not know of any other country in recent history, that has gone through such an onslaught of crises and found itself surrounded by so many conflicts through no fault of its own”, noting that Jordan is one of the largest hosts of refugees in the world despite its limited resources.
“Yet in the face of these daunting challenges, we did not back down from our ideals, or our values. We did not turn our backs on people in need”, the Crown Prince stressed, adding that Jordan did not falter in its reform efforts.
Acknowledging that Jordan still needs to advance its education system, enhance integrity and accountability, improve the investment climate, and support young entrepreneurs to effectively reduce unemployment; he said aid is “a necessary runway” for political and economic reforms to fully take off.
Despite these challenges, Jordan has steadfastly supported regional and international peace efforts and the fight against terrorism, while also calling for inclusiveness and moderation, he asserted.
“We have remained steadfast in our commitment to a just and peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the two-state solution,” His Royal Highness stressed, highlighting Jordan’s commitment to the Hashemite Custodianship of Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.
“We have done the right thing, over and over again, because that is what real integrity means, but how has the world reacted?”.
“No doubt, Jordan is regularly praised for its humanitarian and moral stance but kind words don’t balance budgets, build schools or bolster employment,” he added.
Young Jordanians, the Crown Prince continued, are wondering how Jordan is left alone to struggle “in the face of such crushing adversity” under the pretext of donor fatigue.
“What does it say about our common humanity, when last year alone the world spent close to 1.7 trillion dollars on arms, but fell short by less than 1.7 billion in fulfilling the UN appeal to support Syrian refugees and host communities in countries like Jordan?”
There are no good answers, noting that “the message to the youth of Jordan and our region is loud and clear: there is no shortage of money for fighting evil, but the appetite for rewarding virtue is nearly non-existent.”
“The United Nations is our global conscience, but for too many in my country, and others around the world trying to do good, it sometimes feels like the world’s conscience is on ‘silent’ mode”, calling for breaking the silence to “unleash a global current that carries our common humanity to safer shores”.
“Our commitment to peace, moderation and international cooperation is uncompromising. Water a thirsty fruit-bearing tree or continue to add fuel to a raging fire? The world has a choice to make,”.
Going philosophical and arousing the consciousness of the world at large, he ended his speech with these captivating words:
“I stand before you as a representative of my beloved Jordan, but also as a member of the largest generation of young people in history. We are proud of our country’s reputation, but kind words don’t balance budgets, build schools or bolster employment
To bring down unemployment and create the jobs needed for youth and future generations, we need to drastically improve our investment climate; enhance integrity and accountability; advance our education system and support young entrepreneurs
What does it say about our common humanity, when last year alone the world spent close to 1.7 trillion dollars on arms, but fell short by less than 1.7 billion in fulfilling the UN appeal to support Syrian refugees and host communities in countries like Jordan?
What does it say when trillions are spent waging wars in our region, but little to take our region to safer shores?
It sometimes feels like the world’s conscience is on ‘silent’ mode
Yet in the face of these daunting challenges, we did not back down from our ideals, or our values. We did not turn our backs on people in need
We have done the right thing, over and over again, because that is what real integrity means
We have staunchly upheld our duty as Hashemite Custodians of Muslim and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem
We have been unwavering in the international war against terrorism and our promotion of the true values of Islam”

Angry man sets his BMW 7 series on fire at the headquarters in Munich over technical problems (video)

Some men can go overboard if they did not get adequate attention to complaints. Especially in the western world where laws are respected and there are mechanisms to attend to genuine grievances. This man feel insulted for not attending to his concerns over his vehicle, a BMW 2008 series.

An Iranian-born businessman named Hadi Pourmohseni showed his displeasure with the automaker by setting his BMW 7 Series on fire outside of BMW’s headquarters near Olympiapark in Munich. He stood with a sign that says  in (German language) “BMW Kundenbetrug Kundenerpressung Prozessbetrug Schaemt Euch!” which translates to “BMW customer deceit customer blackmail process fraud.”

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He’s doing this because the car he leased in Italy nine years ago, a 2008 BMW M6 allegedly had significant rattles and transmission shifting issues, and BMW’s dealers supposedly dismissed his concerns.
What an outrageous way to express a displeasure, he will get the attention of the manufacturer this time around, I guess.

Six reasons why you should not be afraid to date a female soldier

Why do men, though, interested in attractive female soldiers find it difficult to approach them for a date?  One female soldier said some of these men think they (female soldiers) are more intense than them and weaken their male role or identity.
However, a female soldier has given six reasons why you should not be afraid to date them or enter into an intense relationship with them.
1. She is an independent woman to you. She has Already got a job, and it’s the best thing a man can wish for.
2. You won’t bother someone harassing your wife for any reason. She is a soldier, so I don’t think that there is any form of harassment that can come to her that she can’t handle.


3. She will always fight for you. If you get married or in a relationship with a female soldier, every of your problem is her problem, she won’t ever let any harm come to you.

4. She will be Trustworthy. You won’t be afraid of thinking about your wife or girlfriend cheating on you, because even people around her can’t even go close to her once they know that she is in a relationship with you.
5. They are the most caring. They care for their loved ones more than anything, love and care is what they give you.
6. They are educated with military and civil law. You don’t have much to say to her, because she already knows what’s good and bad. She knows what to do and the time to do it.
In an expression that is hilarious, she added that ‘in case you are afraid of anyone, come to me, I will help you talk to her.’


Messi knew Neymar would cause PSG problems

Neymar, Messi and Suarez

BARCELONA star Lionel Messi is supposedly happier without Neymar – and knew the PSG forward would cause problems at his new club, The Express reports.
Barcelona lost Neymar to Ligue 1 giants PSG over the summer, with Unai Emery’s side shelling out £198m to sign him from their La Liga counterparts.
The Brazil international already looks good value for money, scoring five goals from his first six games and striking up a good partnership with Kylian Mbappe.
However, the 25-year-old made the headlines for all the wrong reasons at the weekend, clashing with team-mate Edinson Cavani over a penalty and a free kick.

And Spanish outlet Diario Gol say  Messi always thought controversies would engulf Neymar once he decided to swap Catalonia for France.
The two enjoyed four years together, helping Barcelona win La Liga twice and the Champions League in the process.
Many thought Messi’s form would dip with Ernesto Valverde’s side theoretically weaker without Neymar in their ranks.
But Diario Gol say that was not the case.
Messi is reportedly unsurprised by Neymar’s appetite to cause disruption given how much he wanted to be Barcelona’s main man.
He was aware of how much the Brazilian wanted to overthrow him in the dressing room – despite the duo publicly insisting they got along.
Additionally, Messi is reportedly happier without his former team-mate at the club.
Without Neymar threatening to usurp him, the 30-year-old has taken La Liga by storm.
Messi already has nine goals for the campaign from just five games, and scored four as Barcelona beat Eibar 6-1 at the Nou Camp on Tuesday evening.
Meanwhile,  and  Cavani have been told they will have a new bonus structure that will encourage them to work together more, according to The Sun.
The pair clashed during PSG’s 2-0 win over Lyon on Sunday while squabbling over who should take penalties and free kicks.
And the selfish circus took place in full glare of the watching crowd, as world record signing Neymar pleaded to take a penalty, but Cavani won the argument.
The Uruguayan lost the battle of wits over the spot kick though, as he blazed his effort against the bar.
It was an embarrassing turn of events, that followed a spat to decide who should take a free kick.

Sosoliso crash survivor, Kechi Okwuchi came 6th in America got talent

Kechi Okwachi

Many had forgotten the sad episode that happened on Dcember 10th, 2005. It was a national tragedy when Sosoliso flight 1145 that was coming from Abuja and was taxing on Port Harcourt Airport, suddenly burst into flames and caught fire.
All seven crew members and 101 of the 103 passengers died in the crash, or later from their injuries. Of the two surviving passengers is Kechi Okwuchi and other is the personal assistant (Bunmi Amusan) to the female televangelist, Bimbo Odukoya.

Kechi Okwuchi was treated in Johannesburg hospital, South Africa and at children hospital in Texas, USA. She recovered but still living with scars on her body.

She did not allow her deformed body discouraged her, she participated in the recently concluded America’s got talent show getting to the final.

She came 6th in the competition, despite being involved in an aircrash at a young age, Kechi, you remained courageous and confident by not letting your predicament get in the way of your happiness. Though you did not win, you are still a winner.

Multi-talented 12-year-old ventriloquist, Darci Lynne Farmer took home the grand prize of $1 million and a chance to headline the AGT live show in Las Vegas, She’s so talented, that every single time she performed, the audience and judges gave her a standing ovation while 10-year-old singer, Angelica Hale came in second.
See full list below;

1. Darci Lynne Farmer
2. Angelica Hale
3. Light Balance
4. Mandy Harvey
5. Sara and Hero
6. Kechi
7. Preacher Lawson
8. Diavolo
9. Evie Clair
10. Chase Goehring

Nine banks make N59.6bn from maintenance charges in 6 months

As Nigerians continue to groan under excessive bank charges deducted from their accounts, Zenith, UBA, Access banks and six others made N59.596 billion from these charges, including electronic banking fees, National Daily has gathered.

From the banks half year results for 2017, United Bank for Africa, Stanbic IBTC, Access Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, Zenith Bank, FBN Holdings, Diamond and Fidelity Banks had jointly made N34.849 billion through electronic banking charges, although it was less than N76.155 billion which they made through the same channel in the first half of 2016.
With the exception of Zenith Bank which recorded a rise in income from electronic banking fees, the other banks had significant declines in the income from electronic channels. There was also a decline in what the banks made through account maintenance charges.
In the first half of the year, eight banks made N24.747 billion, a reduction in the charges compared to N28.368 billion that was made in the first six months of 2016. Of the banks, Zenith Bank stood out in what it made from account maintenance charges while UBA, despite the substantial decline in electronic banking fees income still recorded the highest figure.
UBA which recorded the highest income from electronic transactions saw a 45.9 per cent decline from N18.085 which it made in the comparable period of 2016 to N9.781 billion. GTB which saw a 61.4 per cent decline from N17.263 billion it made in 2016, followed UBA with an income flow of N6.668 billion from electronic banking charges.
FBN Holdings also saw a decline from N10.59 billion which it made in 2016 from electronic banking charges recording an income flow of N6.53 billion, while Zenith Bank recorded a 168 per cent in income flow from electronic transactions in the first six months of the year making N5.386 billion as against N2.008 which it made in the comparable period of 2016.
Zenith Bank also made N8.32 billion from account maintenance charges in the first half of the year compared to N8.92 billion which it made in the H1 period of 2016. GTB increased it income flow from account maintenance charges from N3.89 billion to N4.87 billion.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), earlier in the year had reviewed the Guide to Bank charges cutting down what customers pay for electronic bank transactions although it retained the account maintenance fee which banks started charging after the phasing out of commission on turnover in 2016.
The apex bank in the revised guideline cut the charges on internet banking transactions to N50 from N100 and Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) to N500 from N700. It however increased charges on card maintenance fees from N100 annually to N600 annually.

Four Nigerian banks are showing signs of distress, MPC

It seems the days of distress are back with us in Nigeria. The last time we had this type of distress was during the tenure of former Governor of (Central Bank of Nigeria) CBN, Mallam Lamido Sanusi, now Emir of Kano.  The CBN revealed this on its website, but refused to disclose the names of the banks affected

Four commercial banks in the country are operating with too many non- performing loans on their books and with liquidity ratios below the minimum requirement , two members of the Central Bank of Nigeria ’ s Monetary Policy Committee have said in statements on the bank ’ s website.
The two MPC members, Dr . Doyin Salami and Prof . Balami Dahiru Hassan, did not name the lenders, but said the four banks together were equivalent to at least one Systemically Important Bank.
Their statements were part of those of eight members of the MPC published late on Tuesday.

According to Hassan , financial sector stress tests showed that the Capital Adequacy Ratios for the nation ’ s banking industry worsened to 11 . 51 per cent in June, from 12. 81 per cent in April, as against a regulatory minimum of 15 per cent for banks with international licences.
He said , “ The financial performance indicators showed that when the four outlier banks were removed , the CAR , NPLs ratio and the Liquidity Ratio are all above the prudential requirement .
“ The banking sector liquidity ratio showed that all DMBs registered above the minimum of 30 per cent Liquidity Ratio with the exception of four outlier banks . The stress test , therefore , shows that the Deposit Money Banks are less resilient to shocks . ”
Hassan stated that the NPLs stood at 15. 07 per cent in June compared with the five per cent regulatory limit .
Salami , on his part, said the ratio stood at 8 . 17 per cent when excluding the four lenders in question .
He stated , “The Financial System Stability Report by the CBN staff highlights one of the biggest challenges with, which the central bank must grapple.
“ At slightly over 15. 0 per cent , the portfolio of the NPLs as a proportion of the total loan book of banks remains above the regulatory maximum and continues to rise . Whilst the CBN staff continue to note that once the figure is discounted for the impact of ‘ four outlier banks ’ , the NPL ratio drops to 8 . 17 per cent . ”
The International Monetary Fund had urged Nigerian policymakers to quickly increase the capital of undercapitalised banks and put a time limit on regulatory forbearance after it said last month that four banks were under – capitalised .
Union Bank of Nigeria Plc on Wednesday started a N 50bn share sale to existing shareholders to enhance its regulatory and working capital .

Anambra Least Foreign And Domestic Indebted State. Lagos, Osun, Highest -NBS 

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in its report on Nigerian Domestic and Foreign Debt – June 2017 data yesterday, said Nigeria’s foreign debt stood at $15.05 billion, while the domestic debt portfolio was put at N14.06 trillion in June this year.
This represents a growth of $3.64 billion and N0.04 trillion respectively within a six-month period.

The NBS showed that $9.67 billion of the debt was multilateral; $218.25 million, bilateral, while $5.15 billion was from the Exim Bank of China, credited to the Federal Government.

Federal Government debt accounted for 74 percent of Nigeria’s total foreign debt while all states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), accounted for the remaining 26 percent.

Total Federal Government’s debt accounted for 78.66 percent of Nigeria’s total domestic debt, while all states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), accounted for the 21.34 percent balance.

A breakdown of the Federal Government domestic debt stock by instruments reflected that N7.5 trillion or 68.41 percent of the debt was in Federal Government Bonds. About N3.3 trillion or 29.64 percent are in treasury bills, while N215.99 million or 1.95 percent are in treasury bonds.

Lagos State has the highest foreign debt profile among the 36 states and the FCT, accounting for 37 percent; Kaduna, 6 percent; Edo, 5 percent; Cross River, 4 percent; and Ogun, 3 percent, followed closely.

Lagos State had the highest domestic debt profile among the thirty-six states and the FCT, accounting for 10.39 percent; Delta, 8.04 percent; Akwa Ibom, 5.18 percent; FCT, 5.09 percent; and Osun, 4.90 percent, followed in that order.

Robert Mugabe’s son, Russell Goreraza Buys 2 Rolls Royce Limousines (Photos. Video) 

Robert Mugabe’s Step Son Buy 2 Rolls Royce Wraiths Worth $500K Each (N187Million Each) To Join His Growing Fleet Of Luxury Cars
Grace Mugabe’s oldest son, Russell Goreraza (33), from her first marriage, imported two Rolls Royce limousines into bankrupt Harare on Sunday.
The two vehicles – valued at more than Real 70 million (about $5,4m) – were offloaded from a KLM Airlines plane at Harare International Airport.
Their arrival sparked a huge celebration on Sunday night with French champagne flowing among Goreraza and his Harare friends, all close to the First Family.
Goreraza has told pals in Harare his next vehicle, due to arrive in the Zimbabwean capital shortly, is an Aston Martin.

Goreraza, born to Grace when she was married to her first husband, Stanley Goreraza, has a fast living reputation. Like his two younger brothers, Robert Jnr (25) and Chatunga (21), sons of President Robert Mugabe, he has a chequered reputation and was previously found guilty of culpable homicide after he ran over and killed a pedestrian in central Harare.
He has had a mining career, but insiders say he ultimately lives off massive cash donations from his mother who is regularly paid out with public funds from the Treasury and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe as well as her personal bank account.
At present the Mugabe family, excluding Robert Jnr, are in New York at the United Nations General Assembly along with about 70 Cabinet ministers and senior officials at a cost – according to government sources – of about R130 million. This expenditure comes when Zimbabwe is failing to pay several debts it owes to various South African government departments and State-owned enterprises.
Goreraza was refused a visa by the United States, but did not answer three of his Zimbabwe telephone numbers yesterday. Airline officials in Harare say they suspected that the Rolls Royces were bought in Europe.
Grace’s lawyers from the Zimbabwean embassy are expected to show up at the Pretoria High Court today in connection with charges that she beat up and injured a 20-year-old Johannesburg model at her two younger sons’ rented apartments last month. The woman, Gabriella Engels, claims Mugabe beat her and two of her friends with an extension cord. She was treated in hospital the same night and made a full statement to the police.
The South African government, apparently reluctantly, granted Grace diplomatic immunity so she could leave the country before facing charges.
Afriforum lawyer Willie Spies, acting for Engels, said there would be “preliminary interlocutory proceedings” in the Pretoria High Court today and that indications were that lawyers for the Zimbabwean embassy might submit an intervention on behalf of the First Lady.
With fees released by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in May, Grace recently spent about R48 million on a property and various fees in Sandhurst, Johannesburg, as a “bolt hole” for when her husband dies.
Goreraza is the signatory on this deal.
Included in her spending in Sandhurst is another massive property she rents for herself and her two younger sons, but well-placed sources in Sandton said the two young men have also set up another flat in the building from where they were evicted last month after their mother’s alleged attack against Engels.
They frequent various night clubs in Sandton, in particular Taboo, where officials say they are big spenders.

Robert Jnr is studying at University of Johannesburg. Chatunga has so far not managed to secure any educational qualifications.

Watch the video of the plush vehicles

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