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Meet Tolulope Sangosanya, a woman who found life in the face of death (Documentary)

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Tolulope Sangosanya is a philanthropist and the founder of the LOTS Foundation.
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“My fear of dying? I left it behind in that church,” Tolulope Sangosanya, a woman who found life in the face of death told Pulse TV in a documentary about her life.

She is the founder of the LOTS Charity Foundation, an organization which has positively affected the lives of 5000 children since its inception.
Her interest in the well-being of others was inspired by a past of horror themed by a constant reminder that she might die at 10.
playMeet Tolulope Sangosanya, a woman who found life in the face of death
It all started for Sangosanya as a child from a traditional Yoruba home with so much belief in spiritual entities, a feature that defines the concept of being African. Her father had invited an Ifapriest into their home to conduct a “spiritual checkup”, that was the beginning of a childhood nightmare for the 35-year-old woman who was told she was in a firm grip of death.
Irrespective of the counseling she sought, be it from a pastor and other figures in the business of divinity, it was still the same outcome – they all submitted the same prognosis, she might die if not fortified with an intensive spiritual protection.
A feeling of alienation by her family encouraged Sangosanya to write her father to express how lonely she felt while dealing with her circumstances.
“I just hated being alive like what exactly am I doing here? I remember writing a letter to my dad when I was in JSS2, and I was asking him that, I didn’t feel like a member of his family.
“Six years old before I knew that his image they recording in my head that this is your dad. Until I was six I didn’t know, it was somebody else that I thought was my dad and I really love that man because that man showed me what a father was supposed to be.”
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Sangosanya takes a look at a picture of her parents.

 (Pulse TV)

In addition to her spiritual and family struggles, a young Sangosanya also experienced a reading disorder known as dyslexia.
“I remember that I said earlier, I am not going to die while I am alive. I refuse to die of fear.
“In fact, every day when people are afraid of dying, I wake up and I smile – I am waiting for that day very well. I am so expectant of the day I die but I am going to die empty,” Titilope Sangosanya told Pulse TV confidently while speaking of her new found energy and resolve to be useful to her society despite the premonition of death that was shared concerning her as a child.
Tolulope Sangosanya is a philanthropist and the founder of the LOTS Foundation.play

Tolulope Sangosanya is a philanthropist and the founder of the LOTS Foundation.

 (Pulse TV)

Her childhood affliction introduced in her a desire to help challenged people, who have seen their chances of success limited due to the problems created by their environment.
Sangosanya represents a member of crop of individuals who by an act of selfless devotion, are bringing comfort to those who are not able to afford one by default.
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L. A Prisoners Infect Themselves With Coronavirus To Get Early Release (VIDEO)

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A group of silly L.A area prison inmates were very eager to contract the dreaded coronavirus .

They attempted this because they believed that would trigger their ticket out of prison.

According to the L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva who made the startling revelation Monday, said about twenty-four (24) inmates at the Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic attempted (and somewhat succeeded, apparently) to infect themselves way back in mid-April 2020.

The Sheriff revealed that their department saw an increase in spike in confirmed cases out of nowhere.

He said that when they investigated, they found a high number of inmates living in one block of the prison appeared to be deliberately trying to infect each other with COVID-19 any way they could from behind bars.

When Alex Villanueva played the surveillance footages he and his team combed through carefully , and it showed several inmates hanging out in a common area and passing around what Alex described as a hot cup of water, as well as one face mask they’d each put on all in hopes of getting sympathy from a judge to spring them from the facility and let them go home.

But it turns out, their little ploy worked but, only halfway.

Villanueva reported that 21 of the inmates (out of 50 in the block) caught the ‘Coronavirus.

“What they won’t catch is a break” said the Sheriff.

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COVID-19 LOCKDOWN: 12 Year Old Albino Girl Suffers Eye Problems After Hawking Veggies In Abuja (PHOTOS)

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A very sad Facebook post greeted Nigerians from Abuja showing a 12 year old Albino Girl Grace, who started developing sight problems after Hawking Veggies under the scorching sun in Abuja.

The Facebook post stated that the little girl was asked to hawk the veggies by her aunt whom she lives with.

Below are the Screenshots of the Facebook post:

This sad news has sparked an outrage by well meaning individuals who spoke against such cruelty and insensitivity of the said girl’s aunt.

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“Buhari is Made In London” – Reno Omokri Blasts Presidency On Nigerian Made Products

The Buhari administration has been known for enforcing the Nigerian people to patronize Nigerian made goods though without much strategy to make life easier while this transition to economic growth is enforced.

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The Buhari administration has been known for enforcing the Nigerian people to patronize Nigerian made goods though without much strategy to make life easier while this transition to economic growth is enforced. Many Nigerians have tagged it a harsh move that is insensitive and inhumane but moreso, Reno Omokri has singled out signals of hypocrisy in the President of Nigeria by outlining certain traits of family moves of the President that shows that he(Buhari) as the No.1 citizen has no regards for anything made in Nigeria but yet wants other Nigerians to embrace Nigerian made goods.

Reno Omokri ‘s tweet reads:

His kids schooled in England. His wife just returned from a 3 month UK stay. His daughter gave birth to his grandchild in Spain (made in Spain), yet
@MBuhari
, who is London, wants us to patronise made in Nigeria!

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