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SCARY: Lydia Forson Receives Death Threats Over Posts Against NPP- Shares Photo Of One Of The People Calling For Her Head

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Actress Lydia Forson is being targetted some faceless New Patriotic Party (NPP) ‘assassins’ over a ‘distasteful’ post she made about the ruling government.

The actress is known for her non-partisan and unbiased remarks on social media as she always demands accountability from whichever party is ruling the country. It seems the intolerant NPP footsoldiers want to cow her into submission and disallow her from having a leeway as she did with the National Democratic Congress (NDC) when they were in power.

In a post questioning why the NPP gov’t is charging a whopping $150 for Covid-19 test on arriving passengers, the actress wrote;

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“Why are people having to pay $150 dollars for another test at the airport, when they’re already required to test 72hrs before departure and show a certificate before boarding?!! My comrades from 2014-2016 where are you? Wake up, it’s time to start speaking up ?!! There’s too much we can’t be quiet about anymore!!!I’ve had to be careful about the things I say for so long because of things I’ve suffered silently, but come on is GHANA not for all of us?!!

“We must hold every single government to the same standards. Chale when Mahama was in power, our fingers were ready on our keyboards even when he coughed, we made his government so uncomfortable it became hard for them to hide much. We must extend the same to this government!!!! We MUST hold every single government accountable, everyone !! Because it’s doesn’t matter who comes or stays in power, if we remain silent they will do with us as they please!! Make your voice heard!”.

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Her message set her on a collision path with NPP supporters who retaliated with means words, including death threats. She managed to identify one of them and shared his post on Facebook with the caption;  “Please whose family member is this? He says he will make sure I don’t get away with the “shit” I post. Who’s willing to help us meet so he shows me exactly how.

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Meet the Beauty Queens Representing Africa at the Miss Universe 2021

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On December 12, 2021, the 70th Miss Universe pageantry will hold in Eilat, Israel. On the stage, the current Queen, Andrea Meza, who is from Mexico, will crown her successor. 
The event will be hosted by Steve Harvey and will see the return of countries who could not participate in the previous edition. These are Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Morocco, Sweden, and Turkey
Recall also that some African countries like Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Kenya, Namibia, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania could not participate at the 69th edition of Miss Universe as a result of the pandemic. 
However, as the countdown to the semifinals of Miss Universe 2021 progresses, let us take a look at the African beauty queens representing the continent on the international stage. 
Michèle-Ange Minkata

Country: CameroonAge: 27Instagram: Michèle_Ange_MinkataFun Facts

She started school at a very young age and she was always the youngest in the class.
She was a tomboy all through her teenage years.ntries over the last 5 years.
She record songs during her free time and a self-taught guitar player.

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Latela Mswane

Country: South AfricaAge: 24 Instagram: Latela Mswane Fun Facts

She is a proud Zulu woman.
She can do flamenco dancing.
Her real name is is Lalela Umkhosi Wephaseka – being born over Easter, it means “listen to the commemoration of the Passover”.

Silvia Naa Morkor Commodore

Country: GhanaAge: 26Instagram: Silvia Naa Morkor CommodoreFun Facts

She was always the tallest student in class throughout her basic education.
She is a wedding event planner and have always hoped to have her wedding in space one day.
She is the first woman from her hometown to be crowned Miss Universe Ghana. 

Maristella Okpala

Country: NigeriaAge: 28Instagram: Maristella OkpalaFun Facts

She has a collection of fridge magnets. She gets new magnets in every country I visit, so currently, she has over 30.
She is a flight attendant with Emirates Airline and has travelled to over 40 countries.
She used to be a football player when she was in college.

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Chelsi Shikongo

Country: NamibiaAge: 24Instagram: Chelsi ShikongoFun Facts

She was an award-nominated standup and social media comedian.
She was named after the late Chelsi Pearl Smith who won Miss Universe 1995 in Namibia.
She raised $22,000 in 48 hours.

Daena Soares

Country: JamaicaAge: 22Instagram: Daena SoaresFun Facts

She moved halfway around the world at age 11, only to move back 8 months later.
She made an anatomical discovery that, to our knowledge, hasn’t been well documented.
Swimming is one of her favorite pastimes and she learned to swim in a very organic way – at a nearby river, the Rastafarian guide instructed her dad to simply throw her off in the deep end.

Roshanara Ebrahim

Country: KenyaAge: 28Instagram: Roshanara EbrahimFun Facts

She is the first Kenyan to have won the Miss Universe, Miss World, and Miss Supermodel titles in her country.
She set the judicial precedent for the right to digital privacy against revenge porn in Kenya.
She loves that she has the esoteric wisdom of a sage at her age.

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Martina Mituy Avomo

Country: Equatorial GuineaAge: 19Instagram: Martina Mituy Avomo

Africans in Diaspora

Kedist Deltour (Ethiopian descent) 
Country: Belgium Age: 24Instagram: Kedist Deltour Fun Facts

Her real name Kedist means Light and Hope. 
She was born in Ethiopia and adopted when she was 10 years old.
She survived a bomb attack in her town in Ethiopia.

Meet the Beauty Queens Representing Africa at the 2021 Miss Universe

Meet the Beauty Queens Representing Africa at the 2021 Miss Universe


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Miss Universe 2021 Voting Has Begun! Here’s How to Get Nigeria’s Rep Maristella Okpala into the Semi-Finals

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Voting for the 70th Miss Universe competition has officially started!
If you want to see 2021 Miss Universe Nigeria Maristella Okpala make it to the Semi-finals, this is how to make it happen. You can vote as many times in a day. The beauty pageant will take place on December 12, 2021, in Eilat, Israel.
We look forward to getting to know Maristella as she uses her platform to campaign for early childhood education and the abolition of child abuse.
Let us refresh your memory with some intriguing facts about Miss Universe Nigeria.

Maristella Okpala is a trained international airline flight attendant with Emirates Airline and has travelled to over 40 countries.
She obtained her Masters’ degree in public health from the Imo State University in Nigeria.
Through her work, she has been able to empower over 1,000 children with free education by providing all the essential materials needed for them to study, and also humanitarian services to people living in the slum area of the Makoto community in Lagos, Nigeria. She has also empowered pregnant women with the support they need for pre and post-natal care.
She works closely with ACI (Africa Clean-Up Initiative) NIGERIA in their quest to promote good proper waste management and recycling practices. She additionally supports organizations that provide free malaria test kits, mosquito nets, and essential needs for people living in the AJEGUNLE community. She also conducts free malaria tests for people living in the community and aims to create more awareness to people living in a similar community about the ailment.
She has a collection of fridge magnets. She says, “I get new magnets in every country I visit, so I currently have over 30.”
She was a football player when she was in college.

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To vote, go to vote.missuniverse.com or download the Miss Universe Official app and follow the voting instructions. Scroll through the Miss Universe Official app for Nigeria, then click on the vote icon to receive a confirmation message.
You may also pay for extra votes by clicking on the gold star next to Maristella’s image, selecting the voting pack of your choice and payment option. The more votes cast, the more likely Maristella Okpala is to become the next Miss Universe! The voting period concludes on December 11th at 6 pm WAT.
Remember to stay locked on BellaNaija for all the scoop and updates on The Miss World and Miss Universe pageant.

Miss Universe 2021 Voting Has Begun! Here’s How to Get Nigeria’s Rep Maristella Okpala into the Semi-Finals

Miss Universe 2021 Voting Has Begun! Here’s How to Get Nigeria’s Rep Maristella Okpala into the Semi-Finals


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