Please pray for me and my family - Khafi tells fans following brother's death

Please pray for me and my family - Khafi tells fans following brother's death

- Ex-Big Brother Naija housemate Khafi Kareem has called for prayer for her family following her brother's death in London

- Khafi asked her followers to pray for her family after 20-year-old Alexander Kareem was shot dead close to their family house

- The reality TV star says it will be amazing if her fans could pray for her family

Ex-Big Brother Naija housemate Khafi Kareem has asked her followers to pray for her family following the death of her 20-year-old brother who was shot in London.

Alexander Kareem was gunned down close to his family house in Shepherd’s Bush, West London on Monday, June 8.

He was said to be walking home from a convenience store in the early hours of Monday morning, June 8, before he was shot dead.

Please pray for me and my family - Khafi tells fans following brother's death

Khafi and Alexander
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In a video posted by Instablog9ja, Khafi could be seen grieving and asking Nigerians to pray for her family.

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She said: "I'm just going to stay in silence and if you guys can just pray for me and my family, that'll be amazing."

In other news, legendary Nigerian singer Seun Kuti has said a lot of artistes in the country are using Fela Anikulapo Kuti as an excuse to smoke and womanise.

In an Instagram live session with talent manager Ubi Franklin, Seun said these Nigerian artistes also use his father as an excuse to be reckless and rude to elders.

According to Seun, those using his father as an excuse to be reckless and rude to elders grew up in Christian and Muslim homes.

He said those who claimed Fela inspired them are not rude to authorities but to their elders.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin who killed George Floyd could receive more than $1 million (N387,550,000) in pension benefits during his retirement years even if he is convicted.

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Chauvin, who knelt on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes till he died, could receive $1.5 million (N581,325,000) in pension benefits.

The pension is partially funded by taxpayers.

Minnesota does not allow for the forfeiture of pensions for employees convicted of felony crimes related to their work, but some States in the US allows it.

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