Wahala Dey ooo:Charles Taylor's Family Ejected From Calabar Mansion + No Aides, No cruising Of Luxury Cars, No partying, No Money To Spend Lavishly
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According to a story in Encomium magazine, the family of former Liberian president and war crimes prisoner, Charles Taylor, have been ejected from their N2.5million per year rented mansion in Diamond Hills in Calabar, Cross Rivers state.

The family he left behind in Calabar as he faced criminal charges in The Hague were ejected because they were unable to pay their rent. The house belongs to Dr. Joseph Wayas, the Second Republic Senate President.

His wife and kids, who have since been abandoned by the former president's friends and business associates, now live in a small flat at the state housing estate along Murtala Mohammed highway in Calabar. No aides, no cruising of luxury cars, no partying, no money to spend lavishly. That's their new life now.

Charles Taylor was forced to resign as president and take up political asylum in Nigeria. He arrived Nigeria with his family on August 12, 2003 but was extradited in 2006 to stand trial for war crimes.

In 2012, he was found guilty of all 11 counts of "aiding and abetting" war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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thieves
bb | 5/21/2013 9:59:55 AM
all african leaders will surely reap what they sow.
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HMMM
Gold | 5/21/2013 10:00:21 AM
We should be careful how we live our lives today cos nobody knows tomorrow. Whatsoever a man sows...................................
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OBJ's Time Is Coming .
Umunna Paul | 5/21/2013 1:59:37 PM |
Tell that Old b*****d Junk - OBJ ,that his time is coming when he will reap the fruit of all the bad seeds he is sewing in this f*****g country called Nigeria .
Nemesis
Mekus | 5/21/2013 11:22:21 AM
Nemesis has finally caught up with him
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Greed
Gambia | 5/21/2013 11:47:57 AM
Next is gambian president yaha jammeh mad man
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Obasanjo Betrayed Hin
Umunna Paul | 5/22/2013 6:14:20 AM |
The Old b*****d Junk - OBJ betrayed Charles Taylor ,that's yoruba man for you . Let poeple like Buhari smell the leadership of Nigeria again ,they will cut OBJ's feather . He is the most greedy porson I have ever set my eyes on . OBJ - Greedy monkey - like old beast .
THE PRESENT!!!
SIR MUNGO - NIG | 5/21/2013 3:43:32 PM
What a day!
Yesterday is a memory, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, That is why it is called the present. Again, everything that has a beginning has an ending. Leaders make your peace with those you rule and all will be well.
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Thank God for God
Sammy (Udokim) | 5/22/2013 2:47:27 AM
I will never stop being grateful to The Almighty for making this earth in a spherical form. If you are on top today, try to help others grow rather than aiding their continuous downfall. This implies that when the law of earth sphericality turn you down tomorrow, the person u abandoned when u were on top will never help you. God bless Late Luck Dube (Be good to be people you see on your way up because you may need them on your down). Charles Taylor - hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaaaaa
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Bad English.
DS | 5/22/2013 8:53:07 AM
Nigeriafilms, the word is greed, NOT greediness!
Who writes your stories, secondary school graduates?
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What a Pity
Wisdy | 5/27/2013 12:09:16 PM
Its a shame! The agony and humiliation that family is going through can't be overemphasized. A one time president? 0 My God!
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dis is jst de beninning
golden | 6/21/2013 3:35:23 AM
dis is jst de beinning of ur bad leaders dem most reap wnt der sow,dem tink der is no God sha God we judge all of dem fr der wicked heart dem we beg fr de poor if dem no repnt all de nigeria leaders will face de sum tins hahahahaha chales ur own na small tin yeye leaders buhari ibb obj atiku bone da fr una neck oooooo
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Marcos | 9/16/2013 10:35:32 AM
On a more serious note, what is hanpipeng to the major climate zones? It would appear logical that with the Earth warming and the Arctic ice near a record low, the Hadley cell should be expanding and the Arctic Polar cell declining. Thus descending dry equatorial air would be coming down further north than previously. This would not bode well for Texas or much of the southern US. To see their future, one only has to look at North Africa or Arabia. I hope I'm wrong, but the heat of this summer suggests a different type of drought to what happened in the fifties. I've seen it suggested that it's high pressure and the jet stream, but I suspect this is putting the cart before the horse. The high pressure is the descending dry air and it is adiabatically warmed, and so has an even greater affinity for any remaining moisture, thus the drought. The jet stream position would then be the consequence rather than the cause of this expanding equatorial Hadley cell. Is this what is hanpipeng now, is it a freak, or is it te first sign of what will happen later? It seems particularly ironic that the southern politicians are the very people who most vehemently oppose any action to remediate climate change. The Tea Party does seem to be taken from Alice in Wonderland.
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nemesis
frederick | 10/14/2013 10:05:04 PM
wat goes around comes around, God can not be mocked 4 wat so eva a man sows so shall he reap
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IT'S A PITY.
Sean Jerry | 10/30/2013 12:38:41 PM
it's a pity. His s****dity led his family to dat, anyway it's a lesson to dose corruption politicians.
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