Monday, July 30, 2012

Best Relationship story making the waves on social media today

This is according to my own personal assessment oh, as in, as said by Yimiton. lol. I really think this story is great. First saw it on a bb broadcast yesterday and it made it's way to people's blogs today. I don't know where the story originated from but it's a great read. 
Continue to read the story and leave a comment please. 

Mom jailed for letting her baby drown in a bath while she went drinking

I don't know where women who are not ready to be responsible for their kids get the idea that it's ok to have them and neglect them. Believe it or not she not only let this happen but she also tried to blame her older son, who was less than 3 for the crime! 

According to Mailonline: A young mother was jailed today for letting her 12-month-old baby drown in a bath while she went out to drink wine with neighbours and then tried to blame the death on her older son.

25 year old NFL Player, O.J. Murdock commits suicide

This is such a sad sad story. I wonder where people get the heart to take their own lives. He went to his alma mater and simply shot himself. 

According to
Murdock was found in his car in front of Middleton High School, his alma mater, at 8:30 a.m., police said. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital in critical condition and pronounced dead at 10:43 a.m. Eastern time. “He was by himself,” Tampa police spokesman Andrea Davis said. “… He was alive when fire rescue transported him.”

FG to send soldiers to fight Islamists in Mali (PUNCH Ng)

Na waoh, we've got our own issues in our country and we're sending out soldiers to fight in other countries. 
According to PUNCH Nigeria: 
Indications emerged on Sunday that Nigeria will soon deploy soldiers in Mali to confront the Islamists troubling the West African country, the Presidency and foreign affairs ministry said on Sunday.
Spokespersons for President Goodluck Jonatha, Reuben Abati; and Foreign Affairs Ministry, Ogbole Ahmedu-Ode, say Nigeria holds a responsibility to return peace to Mali.