It appears Kizz Daniel needs to wake up at long last for failing to show up for a show in Tanzania. With him in the trends, it is believed the Buga hitmaker failed to show up for a show for which the organizers have paid him in full for him to perform.

A video circulating online shows the moment the musician was been escorted by the police into their van. He looked a bit calm and seem not to have resisted arrest since he wasn’t in handcuffs.

As to what might have informed his decision not to perform, some believe the venue wasn’t befitting of his stature since the environment wasn’t that conducive.

This is a story just unfolding, let’s see how things will go with time. He is most likely to come out to explain things to his fans. Since there is nothing like bad publicity, this incident is most likely to push his views on Youtube since the Buga hit has more than 40,000,000 views on Youtube already.

Let’s see how things will pan out with time. We hope he gets things sorted out.

The woes of Cristiano Ronaldo continues to drag on as he still seeks a move away from Manchester United. The 5 times Ballon D’or star according to report is willing to forgo 30% of his salary and that is an amount that transcends to a little over 150,000 pounds of his weekly wage.

Reports have claimed he’s been offered to Chelsea and Bayern Munich, who have both snubbed the chance, while Ronaldo isn’t willing to take advantage of a very lucrative offer from Saudi Arabia.

He’s also been offered to Atletico Madrid, but despite reports of manager Diego Simeone being seduced by the idea of adding Ronaldo to his ranks, CBS Sports reporter Ben Jacobs now claims the La Liga side see the signing of Ronaldo as ‘problematic’ and they are ‘simply not in a financial position to move’.

There are also reports that Real Madrid aren’t interested in him as well. One unnamed Saudi Arabian club is said to have offered him a whooping 2 million pounds per week contract but obviously the offer has been rejected by Ronaldo and his agent. Champions league football is his target.

Let hope and see how things will evolve with time as there are still plenty of days on the transfer window.

The legendary musician AB Crentsil have been confirmed at an age of 79 years. The famous musician was today reported dead.

Who was A.B crentsil?

He was born in 1943, and his real name is Alfred Benjamin Crentsil. He is regarded as one of the “big three” modern vocalists from Ghana.

Alfred Benjamin “A. B.” Crentsil was a Ghanaian musician. He is one of the “big three” of contemporary Ghanaian vocalists.

Crentsil won numerous Ghanaian music awards, including the Fontomfrom Evergreen Award, a special honour bestowed upon a musician with 15–20 years of continuous music experience.

He is noted for his famous Atia and Juliana songs that took the country by storm. Ghana has indeed lost a great gem. His song; Moses is one song that is seen as the most controversial songs in Ghana.

With a stock valued at more than $300,000, Berkshire Hathaway is seen as one company with the most expensive stock price in the world. Talk of revenue and they seem to top the list of the most earning company in the world when it comes to insurance companies.

We are today going to have a look at the top 10 global insurance companies in the world by way of revenues and it appears Chinese insurance companies seem to top the list.

1Berkshire Hathaway$245,510,000,000United StatesProperty/casualty
2Ping An Insurance191,509,000,000ChinaLife/health
3China Life Insurance144,589,000,000ChinaLife/health
6Japan Post Holdings110,561,000,000JapanLife/health
7Assicurazioni Generali97,129,000,000ItalyLife/health
8People’s Insurance Co. of China84,290,000,000China Property/casualty
9State Farm78,898,000,000United StatesProperty/casualty
10Nippon Life Insurance76,984,000,000JapanLife/health

Which are the best car insurance providers?

Car Insurance… It’s one of those things you don’t need until you need it, but you’re glad you have it when you do. 

So, we’ve put together a list of 10 of Americas best car insurance providers for you to choose from. 

Have a read through the list, pick out your favourites, investigate their offers and get yourself a deal.

The 10 Best Car Insurance Providers in America

The list of American car insurance providers and figures mentioned below have been compiled from various sources around the web, such as Value PenguinUSNews and Wealthygorilla.

These are the 10 best car insurance providers in America:

10. American Family 

Kicking off the list of the best car insurance providers in America is American Family. 

Originally, American Family started out by only providing insurance for farmers.

They then moved on to insure non-farmers in 1930 and grew the business to offer a range of policies in a number of different areas, including car insurance. 

As of today, American Family is one of the biggest car insurance providers in the United States and has a good reputable reputation.

In one year, they paid out roughly $3 billion in claims, ranging from Auto, home and umbrella claims. 

Overall, if you’re considering getting a car insurance policy with them, then they offer decent rates and have a solid reputation. 

9. Liberty Mutual

Another top insurance provider in America is Liberty Mutual.

Its reputation has been built over 100 years; during which the company has managed to acquire 17 operations around the world. However, the auto insurance side is still focused on the U.S and according to their annual report, 36% of their net written premium was from auto insurance. 

Unfortunately, their customer service and claims satisfaction process have been ranked below average by their own customers. So you might want to check this out before taking out a policy with them. 

Also, the rate you’re offered will depend a lot on your address. It’s likely that you’ll be offered a much less competitive rate if you’re situated as what they deem to be a less desirable area. 

8. Travelers 

Contrary to Liberty Mutuals customer satisfaction, Travelers customers speak very highly of the companies ways of dealing with their claims and customer service. 

The company is by far one of the oldest insurance companies in the world that are still operating. It was founded more than 160 years ago and now has over 30,000 employees worldwide. 

Overall, Travelers could be a good choice for auto insurance in America as they generally receive little complaints and keep their existing customers happy. 

However, the one complaint that some customers have; is that their rates are a little on the high side, and they’d like to see the company offer more competitive rates. 

Check them out for yourself and see what you think. 

7. Nationwide

The next insurance company on our list is Nationwide. 

These guys are a fortune 100 company and have paid out over $18 billion in claims since 2017. They also do business in other areas like financial services, commercial lines and personal lines, across all 50 U.S states.

It seems like their customers are happy enough with the customer service they receive; however, the perceived value of their auto insurance is not as good as their customers would like. Therefore, their customers find it difficult to recommend their car insurance policies to friends or family members. 

They’re also seen as not being the most affordable provider, as their customers have reported they offer pretty standard coverage and discounts when compared to other large insurance companies. 

6. Farmers

In sixth place we have another major car insurance provider that started out offering coverage for rural farmers vehicles.

Since its humble beginnings, Farmers has moved on to become a company that offers some of the most products in the market place. 

Among its arsenal of products, is basic auto insurance, pet insurance and investment products. 

Farmers employees approximately 21,000 people and underwrites roughly 19 million policies over 50 states in America.

Farmers customers seem to be of a similar mind to Nationwide; where they’re happy with the support, customer service and ease of filing a claim, but not too happy with the value of the policy.

Overall, because their rates aren’t very competitive, they’re more than likely missing out on a lot of potential customers. 

5. Allstate

Allstate was established in 1931 and currently employs over 79,000 people. 

It’s the second-largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company in America.

According to its customers, they don’t feel like they’re in the best of hands and would like to see better value and customer service in the future. 

It also has pretty high rates compared to other large insurance companies in America and it’s general average claims satisfaction isn’t too great either.

With that said, they’re most known for providing customers with good discounts. So, do your research before you choose to use them as your car insurance provider and you might be able to get a good discount. 

4. Progressive

Progressive is the third biggest insurance company in America, established in 1937, and offers its customer the option to purchase their auto insurance either online, directly or over the phone. 

To date, the company has over 400 offices, employs around 33,000 people and is a public traded company. 

Customer reports indicate that their customers seem to be happy with how easy it is to submit a claim but less impressed with customer service, communication and value. 

They do offer highly competitive rates to drivers that have been involved in a previous accident, which is good; however because of the satisfaction levels reported by the majority of customers, you might want to shop around a bit more before taking out a policy. 

3. State Farm

State Farm is owned by its policyholders and is therefore considered to be a mutual insurance company. 

As of 2019, State Farm possesses approximately 18% of the total available car insurance market share and is the biggest auto insurance company in America. 

They employ roughly 70,000 people and have 19,000 independent agents working for them. 

State Farms rates are, on average lower than a lot of the competition, and their customers are happy with the value they’re getting and are willing to renew their policies. 


In second place on our list of the best car insurance providers in America, we have GEICO.

In the beginning stages of the company, GEICOs customers were U.S. government employees and military personnel.

However, GEICO now underwrites more than 16 million auto policies that insure over 24 million vehicles across the U.S. 

They’re based across nine regional offices, three service centres and three claims centres, and employ roughly 36,000 people. 

GEICOs customers seem to be generally happy overall, due to the companies low rates, easy purchasing experience and availability across the country. 

They’re certainly one of the best car insurance companies in America and the second-best on our list. 


USAA takes the top spot on our list as the best car insurance provider in America. 

Aside from positive feedback about the great value, customer support, ease of filing a claim and frequent updates on the status of a claim; USAA has received a lot of praise in a number of other areas from its customers. 

The company was founded in 1922 by 25 army officers that wanted to insure each other vehicles. It’s now transformed into a Fortune 500 diversified group of companies that are headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. 

We really couldn’t find any major faults with this company, apart from its restricted membership.

USAA products are only available to veterans, military personnel or their immediate family, which means everyone is unable to benefit from their offers and policies.

However, if you do match their criteria then head over to their website and see what deal you’re able to get. 

PSG is in the news once more. This time around it isn’t about the team making any big name signing but instead the sacking of Pochettino is what is making the headlines. It appears being the head coach of PSG is one of the riskiest jobs in the world since one can get sacked in any moment.

Thomas Tuchel whom Pochettino replaced for instance took the team to the finals of the Champions League for the first time in the club’s history but still got sacked when he bottled it up.

I wondered what went in the appointment of Pochettino. This was a manager prior to his appointment hadn’t won any trophy in his life as a manager but all of sudden was expected to win the Champions League.

Now Christophe Galtier is charge and is expected to manage the egos of the likes of Neymar, Messi and Mbappe whose contract somehow makes him more powerful than the coach himself.

A lot is indeed expected from his end. He has indeed done well so far as he took a team like Lille with limited budget to win the Ligue 1. According to him, he expects the likes of Neymar to stay.

Death is indeed something that is inevitable. If there is one thing which is guaranteed in this world irrespective of one’s stature in life and it certainly has to do with death.

We are therefore going to have a look some celebrities who lost their lives in the just past month; June. The month of June ended yesterday and here comes the 7th month for the year 2022. What is yet to come, one doesn’t know but we can speak of the past.

And so who are some of the celebrities who lost their lives in June? Let us first of all wish the dead rest in peace.

Dame Deborah James – June 28

The British presenter and activist Dame Deborah James died at the age of 40 due to colon cancer that was diagnosed in 2016. In recent years she dedicated herself to raising money and narrating the fight against this disease on the podcast ‘You, Me and the Big C’ on BBC Radio 5. Two weeks before she passed away, James made an appearance at Royal Ascot.

Many of these top players are waiting for the right gig. Others, like Paulo Dybala and Jesse Lingard, perhaps aren’t getting the offers they expected.

GK: Thomas Strakosha

With Sam Johnstone having a job lined up at Crystal Palace, Strakosha takes the gloves after his final day as a Lazio player. The 27-year-old Albania international has been heavily linked with Fulham but reports suggested he was asking too much of the Cottagers (like survival?). There has been talk of a move to Chelsea – with Kepa going to Lazio on loan, which would be very convenient – but the prospect of Strakosha being content to sit on the bench seems remote.

RB: Serge Aurier

The Ivorian defender is also one of the top players without a clud as of today; July 1 following the expiry of his contract. The former PSG and Tottenham star will be looking forward for offers before the closing of the transfer window as his services will be very much needed by most clubs due the experience he has garnered playing for some of the top teams in Europe.

CB: Andreas Christensen

The only club he is very well known to have played in his entire career is Chelsea but unfortunately that bromance must come to an end as contract extension talks didn’t go according to plan.

With Rudiger going for free, many would have thought he would have been the best alternative for the club but it appears his final destination is most likely to be Spain with Barcelona knocking on his door.

CB: Alessio Romagnoli

James Tarkowski seems to be undergoing a three-week-long medical at Everton, but it’s likely the Toffees are just waiting for July 1 to sign the Italian. The former captain of AC Milan who just lifted the Italian Serie A seem to have a long way to prove his worth when he finds himself in England. We await and see how things will pun out.

LB: Marcelo

If the right-back pool is shallow, it’s no deeper on the left. So Marcelo gets the gig after leaving the Bernabeu as Real Madrid’s most-decorated player ever, which is quite the title. There’s been little indication of where he might go next following his farewell ceremony but there was some talk of Ronaldo (the Brazilian one) taking his compatriots Marcelo and Dani Alves to Real Valladolid.

CM: Christian Eriksen

The Denmark midfielder defied death so a brief stretch of unemployment won’t bother him. Especially since there’s an offer there from Manchester United if he fancies it, or the opportunity to avoid the rigmarole of relocating north by staying at Brentford for a while longer.

CM: Paul Pogba

Even if Pogba’s party and Juventus are dragging out their reunion for longer than anyone can stomach, it still allows the midfielder a brief spell of not being answerable to anyone. The world cup winner will appear to be on a basic salary of 150,000 pounds per week if he should finalize his Juventus reunion which is something that is far below what he took at Manchester United. Let see what happens at the end.

RW: Ousmane Dembele

There is no doubt the finances of Barcelona now makes it difficult for the club to buy or hold on to players the team want. Just like Messi, Ousmane Dembele has run down his contract is set to be living on the free.

In as much as many clubs will prefer to make a bargain on him because of his injury situations, there is no doubt any club who buys will be going for some quality.

LW: Jesse Lingard

Lingard has had a lovely summer so far, seeing the USA and taking the J-Lingz brand to Tik-tok, and he seems in no hurry to bring his summer holiday to an end by getting a job, least not as a footballer, which we assume he still calls himself.

Apparently, his demands for a £150,000-a-week salary and a hefty signing-on fee were too much for even Newcastle to stomach, but West Ham are biding their time in the expectation that Lingard might drop his expectations when he realises there aren’t many offers on the table.

CF: Paulo Dybala

This isn’t how it was supposed to go for Dybala. No doubt his agent expected a flood of offers once it became clear he was leaving Juventus, with some teams in the Premier League almost certainly expected to drop to their knees for the Argentina star. But none have – yet. And the only real offer that was on the table, from Inter Milan, appears to be on hold after they borrowed Romelu Lukaku back from Chelsea.

CF: Andrea Belotti

The prospect of peak-years Belotti becoming a free agent would have had Premier League clubs scrambling. But the Italy striker’s options are rather more limited after he failed to maintain the stunning form that caught the eye of every major force in Europe. Now, it seems West Ham might be tempted, as well as Monaco, Roma and possibly Milan.

 R&B superstar R. Kelly was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in prison for using his fame to sexually abuse young fans, including some who were just children, in a systematic scheme that went on for decades.

Through tears and anger, several of Kelly’s accusers told a court in New York City, and the singer himself, that he had misled and preyed upon them.

“You made me do things that broke my spirit. I literally wished I would die because of how low you made me feel,” said one unnamed survivor, directly addressing Kelly, who kept his hands folded and his eyes downcast.

“Do you remember that?” she asked.

Kelly, 55, didn’t give a statement and showed no reaction on hearing his penalty, which also included a $100,000 fine. He has denied wrongdoing, and he plans to appeal his conviction.

The Grammy-winning, multiplatinum-selling songwriter was found guilty last year of racketeering and sex trafficking at a trial that gave voice to accusers who had previously wondered if their stories were being ignored because they were Black women.

Victims “are no longer the preyed-on individuals we once were,” another one of his accusers said at the sentencing.

“There wasn’t a day in my life, up until this moment, that I actually believed that the judicial system would come through for Black and brown girls,” she added outside court.

A third woman, sobbing and sniffling as she addressed the court, also said Kelly’s conviction renewed her faith in the legal system.

The woman said Kelly victimized her after she went to a concert when she was 17.

“I was afraid, naive and didn’t know how to handle the situation,” she said, so she didn’t speak up at the time.

“Silence,” she said, “is a very lonely place.”

Kelly’s lawyer, Jennifer Bonjean, said he was “devastated” by the sentence and saddened by what he had heard.

“He’s a human being. He feels what other people are feeling. But that doesn’t mean that he can accept responsibility in the way that the government would like him to and other people would like him to. Because he disagrees with the characterizations that have been made about him,” she said.

What is R Kelly’s net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, R. Kelly currently has an estimated net worth of negative $2million (-£1.65million).

This means that Kelly has no wealth himself and is in significant debt.

According to TMZ, as part of an attempt to show that he wasn’t a flight risk R. Kelly’s lawyers filed legal documents showing that the singer owed $1.8million (£1.4million) to the IRS.

In 2019 Kelly’s attorney, Steve Greenberg, argued for the singer’s $1million (£826,000) bond to be reduced, telling a judge that Kelly’s “finances are a mess”.

After the bond hearing, Greenberg told reporters: “This is someone who should be wealthy at this stage of his career,

“And through mismanagement, through hangers-on, and bad contracts, and bad deals, and bad leases like he had in his studio. He really doesn’t have any money at this point.”

At the height of his career, it’s believed that the singer had an estimated net worth of around $100million (£82.5million).

His 1995 album “R.Kelly” sold four million copies and in the 2000s he released a series of multi-platinum albums.

Togolese man, whose name has been suppressed in order to protect his identity, has been busted in Ghana for selling medicines that drive people insane.

After then, he requests very large quantities of money in order to treat the victim.

Some guys were seen being detained in the viral footage that was shared on social media for what is believed to be a fraud.

According to new information, it seems that these individuals have been operating their businesses in Ghana for a considerable amount of time.

The general population, on the other hand, has been warned to keep their distance from individuals selling weird medicines on the street.

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