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Popular actor and President of Theatre and Motion Pictures Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), who led the team of actors that rallied support for the ailing actor had earlier moved to quash the rumour as he described the purported news of Baba Suwe's death as 'wicked and uncalled for.' Baba Suwe said he was surprised that some people were wishing him dead despite his current health condition that called for prayers rather than bad wishes. The ailing actor, who R learnt would be spending about six months in the US could barely walk before he left Nigeria added that anybody who wished him dead would die in his place.
I don't want to put any bad wishes on them," said Linden, who came in second by 2 seconds in 2011 but won last year in 2:39:54 -- more than 17 minutes slower.
Our society has a complicated relationship with the disabled: in some aspects, people with disabilities are highly revered; their prayers are considered extra likely of being answered and their 'bad-duas' (bad wishes) thought to be terrifying- however, they are also dehumanised: children with disabilities are often neglected and their existence used as a talking point to insult.
According to sources the recovered students were gone to their school for study but excise sub-inspector brought them Sehwan and he wanted to stay them in rest house for bad wishes.
Juba and Khartoum still don't trust each other and have been suspicious of regime change with bad wishes in the back scratching.
Lahore -- Senior officers of Datta Durbar Hospital have initiated campaign against Medical Superintendent for creating hurdles in filling their bad wishes.
Bad wishes tainted by the Kybosh must be stopped and Evangeline has an instinctive knack for spotting problems.
"A flickering flame may be burning off the bad wishes of others, or there may be spirits present.
Or else, the bad wishes of the people across the country can do anything to anyone," he said.
Come to think of it they don't need my bad wishes as they have enough gobs***s within their own ranks to ensure they get it wrong.
200 YEARS AGO: John Shelton, having quitted the Timber Company three months ago, is much surprised to read their advertisement in last Monday's paper - he has only to observe, his character is above their bad wishes, and it will easily be perceived by any impartial man that prejudice and ill nature, without any principle of honour, has been their only guide.