Geez….) Anyway, Eve disclosed to Sister 2 Sister magazine recently on how affairs where between herself and her lover. “I was going to Ghana for a while just because that’s where he is from. ” What amazes me is that Eve thinks she does not need a SAP.
This on a prima facie assumption could mean our Ghanaboy is a SAP and as such she does not need him.
When you make it happen, that same hater will be smiling in your face or somewhere still hating because you accomplished it without them...believe me I know!
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I do not know Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, nor have I ever dated him," the reality star tells E! "When there is someone special in my life whom I wish to share I will let you all know.
To me, she meant that Kevin was too ass kissing, calm and couldn’t tell her off when she deserved to be told off which is contrary to her desired Ghetto fab man…
While French authorities are deciding whether to issue an international warrant for the arrest of Equatorial Guinea’s agriculture minister, Teodorin Nguema Obiang Mangue, he is visiting Swaziland, where he is said to be dating King Mswati’s daughter and was expected to attend the monarch’s 44th birthday party.
Obiang is also deputy head of his country’s mission to the Paris-based United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, which gives him diplomatic immunity.
His presence in Swaziland was confirmed earlier this year by the local media, which reported that R2.9-million worth of euros and dollars had been stolen from his hotel room in the royal villa in Swaziland’s Ezulwini valley.
In January, during his father’s state visit to Swaziland, it was announced that Equatorial Guinea would supply the kingdom with oil. Simelane confirmed that it was being finalised, adding only that “all investments come with economic benefits.
This oil deal may not be different.”But some have challenged claims that the deal will benefit Swaziland, which has no oil refinery.
According to Muzi Masuku, programme manager for the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, Swaziland is not compelled to hand over Obiang in response to an international warrant of arrest because it has not signed the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.