Ford Everest in Kenya
Fashion designer Jorja Jeyu (also known as Prayant Singh Nair), who says she won’t make a show for Pakistan, said it’s “just unbelievable” the British government and the government in the U.S. are involved in this and the rest of the world is simply too clueless and indifferent to the millions of people she’d be able to pay for that stuff.
Jeyu has already spent $8,000 on a helicopter, which she says is the cheapest in the world. Her husband says he’ll be selling a helicopter next year to India and that it’ll cost about a cent. The couple also spent $1,000 each on their own clothes, including jeans, swimsuits, blouses and sweaters to save money the rest of her life. https://jiji.co.ke/cars/ford-everest
“This is a way to help the poor, because if you could do that to the world’s poor, you’d be helping the world too,” says Prayant Singh Nair. “These [claire] girls and women would come here, and I can’t even
Ford Everest in Kenya.
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Mr Trump’s victory “shamefully underscores what can be done in the days to come in an already divided America”, Mr Trump said on Twitter.
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It will mark a dramatic turn for his rival since he entered the White House in January 2009, when he told CNN he was “very very unhappy”.
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