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Welcome to Footprints USA Investments, located in
Footprints USA Investments is owned 26% by Footprints
Filmworks and has been
in operation since 2010, with the assumption of 'taking-over,'
the chatting community
of The United States...Since inception, our Managing Director
has prolonged with investors
to bargain deals into the company that SHOWCASE the
company brand internationally...
Click 'n Play INTRODUCTION...
Footprints USA Investments started with eight employee's with
very little capital, and has
a 3% market share of the chatting community in The United States,
and our plans are to 'capture-'n-seize,'
the market by a minimum of 10% by 2016...
It's a simple concept, Footprints USA Investments as the company has
invested into Footprints Fuzz Forums, Footprints in Philadelphia,
Footprints in Los Angel es, Footprints in Texas and the
award winning presidential film-"My Father, The President."
If you were to read the icon "My Father, The President,"
provide an insight into the fictional film, that encapsulates
of The American dream, since President George Washington...
It's as simple as A, B, C, as Footprints Fuzz Forums is a free
forum that can be installed into your personal website without
The way the company generates an income from
Footprints Fuzz Forums,
is by our advertisers who ADVERTISE on our forums for
a minimum of
$8 dollars, per month, per website...It's simple, It's quick,
Shares are hereby offered at $1000 dollars per share in
Footprints Fuzz Forums,
or the investor may choose to ADVERTISE his/her company
brand for a minimum
of $8 dollars per community forum, or the investor may
choose to purchase
whole shares into Footprints USA INVESTMENTS @
$5000 each, from an
allocated 10 000 shares on offer, from which 39%
has already been sold.
Each FOOTPRINTS series; Footprints in Philadelphia, Footprints in Texas and other
by Footprints USA Investments is sold on a blanket basis to the largest investor with
at $100 000 per documentary that encapsulates the city life of the community, the friends
and folk of the city, beautiful landscapes and inspiring interviews with millionaires, billionaires,
community leaders and You&I...Each documentary operates on it's own, and normally goes
BUST after two years of production...Our asking price is a minimum of $100 000 dollars,
excluding take on fees, as the company sponsors the entire project, as part of
our leadership program in The United States...
The company that pays the $100 000
dollars over a period of three months, advertisers his
business as the leading business
in that community and serves as an adviser to the
production team...Each film that
is paid for by the company brand, does not necessary
form part of an investor, unless
Our managerial team is led by Uncles, Aunties, Brothers and Sisters who have all supported
us towards the building of the company label, and we are still in requirement of web designers,
businessmen, actors, actresses, reporters and other key staff to support the hierarchy of
growth...Current Managing Director of Footprints USA Investments,
Mr. Michael Grobler
says that when share holder Mr. Omar Abdulla had visited
The United States in 2009,
his dream was to launch Footprints USA Investments,
presenting an opportunity
to everyday residents who choose to post their advice
to the public, businesses
who choose to see their business on screen, and other
socialites who saw
the opportunity for cost efficient media advertising...
Whether you are a small-medium business operating in
The United States,
or a personality that wants to showcase her talent in
kindly move towards the Contact US button on
this forum and we
will gladly assist you.
NB: As an added bonus to American residents,
we may create/build
your website over the telephone within thirty
minutes of calling us
with an initial website premium of ONLY $500 dollars
for 5 pages.
Call us today to build your company, personal or
today. ONLY with Footprints USA Investments.
Invest. Advertise. Share.
Information pulled from: www.footprintsusainvestments.com
* Information may be fictional when going to press...
'My Father, The President,'
This is my true love story with falling in love with
The PrinCe of my Dreams...'
Since it was the year 2025 we had worked on several trend
s and learn't from our folks
the importance of yesterday, the meaning of tomorrow
and the risk of the future...
I am a South African white woman who wrote
this story more than
five years ago with
the support and guidance of my friends, my community,
'my dreams,' and my ambitions...
I am able to tell the story that would perhaps leave
in ones heart, ones mind, ones body and ones spirit...
I heard stories about Abdulla long before he
became President of South Africa
since we have had endless-moments discussing
his past, his present
and his future I have learn't that
he has always stood with the teachings of his father...
His father who turns 81 this Summer says that his son
had worked 'hard-n-smart,' to achieve his
dreams from his father...
Abdulla who has worked to
become one of the nations 'Superstars,' has become a
well-known celebrity in South Africa and internationally...
My story of meeting and falling -in- love with Omar's
tarts in early 2010 where he
with me at a local community bazaar...
At that stage when we met he had just completed
his Bcom in Risk Management
and was studying the importance of
leaders who left a 'successful footprint,' in society...
I am from a middle-upper class family whilst Omar is from
the community of Durban
where he grew up...After him completing with his degree
at the University of Westville
his family traveled to a nearby Gauteng community-Laudium...
My name is Alison Kells and this is my true story with
falling -in- love
with a guy whom
perhaps knew what the future held for both of us...
When he first traveled from Natal to Pretoria he had dreams
to pursue by working for the Johannesburg Stock Exchange...
Alison: Perhaps the day will come when I see thee in the
who follow me in my sleep..
Omar: Good Morrow Alison, What's cooking
This was the first Saturday that I had met with Omar at a local
community bazaar...He wore
an olive coat, and a mustache, with long sideburns,
and the weather was
gloomy and glum...
At that time Omar was not this power-hungry personality
because I suppose he had the
backing of the entire country with his
associations in the media, banking,
finance and insurance fields...What attracted me to
Omar was not his sense of humor-it was his
'touch of class,'
that perhaps had even me bedazzled and dazed...Whilst the
South Africa might value this written assignment by me,
I am still doing my best to showcase his talent to
the best of my ability...
has always been to woo Omar to the best of my gall...
You see, as a White woman I have become
people who learn from their fathers...
My first glimpse of Omar was when I peeked
from an angle to see what he was doing...
I learn't from Omar, from the first experience that family
was the key to success
towards ones mind, ones body, ones heart and ones spirit....
Then after pondering and wondering who is this Inspector
who walked with a cane,
he seemed young, after my second glance...
I grew up in Gauteng in the community of South Africa
where the country is
probably run by business sharks who 'think they know it all...'
I've always read American media about the girl who falls
in love with
but to me the risk of running for the South African
presidency prompted me to
'focus my attention,' on this guy whom I saw long before
the world knew about him...
I then noticed from a far glance, that he was at
and his hairstyle seemed bizarre,
quite frankly, in Spikez...
.When Omar and I finally fell in love he always said that
his greatest teaching
was from the teachers who taught him the importance of
'doubling ones risk,' on the o p p o r t u n i t y of tomorrow...
I was 18 years old when I met with Omar in 2010, that frosty,
I thought the sun would never come out...
He was 26, a mere e i g h t years older than me...
I've always admired a person who stood tall based on his
and not of those who stood on other people's shoulders...
I was quite a dreamer myself before I met Omar,
and perhaps I was saving
myself for a person who could 'win my heart,'
quickly- with the utmost of class, elegance,
finesse and love...His w o r d s will always leave
a f o o t p r i n t in my heart
when I often read stories about him in the local
newspaper and related websites...
Sometimes I sit at night thinking how I supported and loved Omar
for him to be
where he is today...I guess in the year 2010, I was mixed
up as to what I wanted
and chose this dude who taught me that with
s i m p l e words he could stem my heart into something
'out of this world...'
When films were released about Omar Abdulla
regarding his media profile
I started to get attracted to this guy who actually
even on and off the camera... Although Omar was
somewhat playful in his
manner, he had always achieved beyond his potential...
At that time he was working with the South African
with business mergers and international companies...
I knew that if Omar, could just see me once he would be
attracted to me because firstly
I was a young white female and secondly I knew
that Omar had taste in style
when it comes to women....
At the third glance, I knew I was in love with him,
with his wavy hair and unbrushed
eyebrows...I had heard 'town-talk,' about him,
and what was said in actual fact,
were two total different perceptions...In the articles I read
about him, he always seemed
to have it all, that red Ferrari, that funky perfume,
or that Ray Ban Sunglasses...
But over time,
I learnt that he is a really shy guy with no sense in letting
a woman be herself...
Although I have heard that he dated bombshells
he had never dated a white-woman who 'could-n-would,'
compete his aggressive
and prowling personality....
The second time I met with Omar was when he called
me from his office stating
that he wanted to meet me on the basis of creating a
'community leadership project,' for the local community....
Omar: Hi Gorgeous, we enjoyed a good conversation at the local bazaar,
I was pondering,
if you could drop by the office later on...
Alison: I will be available for two hours but you will have to hurry
as I have meetings
booked up the entire week...You have have to come
to my crib...
Omar: My, My aren't we being folly today...
I enjoyed to meet my people who showed interest
in my business...
Although when I met with Omar I was 18, I
still had a matric
examination behind my name...
I remember it was April 2010 when he called me to
discuss a business proposition
he had with me....I remember at that time I was
seeking employment in the
local community as anything, as long as I could
work for someone
and add value to some-one's business....
So when we met on that treasured
Sunday Evening, the door-bell rang....
I knew it was him, so I sprayed on a little extra of my
When I opened the door, he looking dashing in
a black tuxedo and red bow-tie...
Alison: I waited for you, the entire day....How are you doing...??
Did you receive my job CV for the job
opportunity at your firm....
Omar: Yes, I did, I have read some of your
achievements and think that
you have such a long way to go...
Perhaps we could discuss
what features of yours you would like to
work towards to further enhance your career...
I wanted to tell him, I wanted to be everything,
and yet my words was like silence...My
heart was pounding and the throb in my
throat was perky...
Alison: I have been so confused as to what I
want in the future....
I am only 18 years old and I feel that my
parents have given me so much...
Sometimes I think that they have over-invested
in their daughter...
They say that daughters
are the father's roses and the thorns remain the sons...
Omar: (Laughs)- Well, someday you will thank me
for coming to visit you today...
I know that you have worked towards your dreams
Alison, yet I feel that I can help
'bring you up,' if you join our business
enterprise in this week...
Not to sound 'too happy,' I tried to play it safe
by asking him what
basic requirements I should adhere to including
and the opportunity for 'outstanding work...'
I remember when I met him on that Sunday Evening, he
looked more handsome
than the first time I seen him...His rosy cheeks,
his powder smelling body, and his
kissable lips all looked too proper that this was
a business meeting...
I remember one of his friends told me that
Omar is like a f r e a k who gets hotter
and hotter 'each day...' She had pined over him,
and never won his heart, because
sometimes lovers choose not to allow
others in their sparkle...
We kept on speaking and talking
about his businesses,
but somehow I felt that his business-talk
was a ploy to try one of his tricks...
I have heard that Abdulla always had a way
in which he sways his women...
Although I was only 18 at that time,
I always dream't of meeting a guy who
really worked with the way he thinks....
In those days I was the type of girl
who sat at home, waiting for people to
approach me and use their energy
to create new talent...
Abdulla said that he was working on becoming
the President of South Africa
and was planning to launch 'leadership speeches,'
throughout the community
within the year that required my support, guidance, love
and ambition to work on his time....
I figured that I had nothing to loose and not to mention
that I kinda liked this guy...
Before he left my home, he asked me to
take a walk with him to
the carpark where he parked his vehicle....
Alison: My papa taught me to have respect
for the gentlemen I meet for business
and pleasure and I am asking you if you had one wish
what would you wish for....
Omar: If I had one wish, I would wish for a thousand more...
Alison: And, whats your perception on love...?
Omar: Well, I have been in love before, so I would not
truly, madly, deeply,
know the meaning of love...I have decided to think about your
job opportunity and will call you later tomorrow...
I have never really looked at an Indian male with so
much lust, magic,
happiness and style in my heart...
Many nights I would l a y awake and write letters
to Omar, that I would store
under my pillow...He never read one of them...
I felt peltered that I could not drown him with my love, and the
way I was...Although we were working together, I
always watched his sales ratio's
and how well he was selling...To me, if I see someone
win, I win, whilst Omar was
the type of guy that wanted it all...
He never settled for second best, and always looked
at the tops of our company...
This was the time in my life where I did not know
what to do as towards the future
of what Omar and I dream't about...
Over the next few months we continued to chat and
speak about what people in South Africa
that would like to see as a 'changing mechanism,'
that could heal the wounds of the past....
I remember one evening he said that the past of
South African's was not
as bad as foreign leaders had said....I
was quickly learning from Omar because of his
speed and coping mechanisms
within the 'uBuntu of South Africa...'
During the Winter of October 2010, Omar was
his ideas because he was constantly being pulled apart by
his friends who complained
about his lack-of-passion on days that Sabbath leaders in
Polokwane will remember....
It was almost a year that Omar and I had since met
and I was starting to feel
as though that I could not push him too hard or too
fast because I loved him so much,
more than perhaps his own family will dare...
Alison: So Omar, perhaps we should consider marriage
since we have been dating for the last one year with
you being all
'quirky with me,' in these months.....
Omar: You know Alison, Marriage is something our
g r a n d p a r e n t s prepare for us...
We have to remember and consider our teachings
from our forefathers to understand
what they want for us...In the olden days, we could
not just say we want
to marry someone and it happens....
Falling in love with a person is one thing and one
the other spectrum of the rainbow....
I remember thinking that I loved Omar so much, and he
did not care, or want to listen...
My blood was boiling, but all the time I showed my
love towards him, he pushed me away...
I remember writing in my journal that evening returning
from the local Spur
restaurant in Johannesburg stating what he said....
I remember at an early age of 26 in that October 2011
to have it all including the materialistic possessions
of life including
me, me, me and me......!
Well, not to sound too loving to him, he did have i
t all to me....
Here was a guy that every person in the
Gauteng Area of South Africa believed in
and all he could do was talk about the
'holy grail of his father.....'
His father Mr. Akber Abdulla bought his son
a Ferrari at age 25 where he
that his son will reap billions of rands for investors
on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange...Mr. Akber Abdulla
did not care much about me as Alison because he
perhaps left his
son Omar in my 'safe hands...'
That stormy Friday afternoon in October 2011, I had
given up on old Omar as
my guy of my heart and passions, and had promised
myself that I would never
associate with him again, and would leave work
immediately...I lay on my
bunker bed, and I had heard the door-bell ring...
It was rainy and cold, and he seemed wet by the rain,
and was dripping
"Come in, Come in..." I startled...
"It is very cold, and I thought that before I go to rest,
I have this envelope
that requires your signature, please sign it, then I
will be merry..." he croaked...
Alison: Have a cup of tea, dearry one, it's still raining,
and I doubt, you will
be able to walk out off here, without drying yourself...
Omar: Oh well, I might as well dry myself and have a
cup of brew, I must
be off though...
As they say the rest is history...
The Year 2011 'Will Always,' be remembered by me,
because Omar Abdulla
and I wed in October 2011, where we settled in one of
the biggest homes in South Africa....
It was too quickly for me to record every moment
Omar and I shared
and thus the creation of this book
on behalf of my Omar and I....
'My Father, The President....'
Barack Obama will perhaps be remembered
as the American President
who became 'famous and popular,' within months of
releasing his book...
'Dreams from my Father....'
Omar has always aspired towards President Barack Obama,
because Omar had followed
the teachings of George Washington when he
traveled to The United States in 2004...
When Omar and I married in October 2011, i was tuned
into the everyday lifestyle of an Indian....
I am a white-female and to me marrying an Indian male
seemed 'new to the both of us....'
In early 2012, Omar and I decided that it was time
to put his 'presidential dreams,'
into action by launching speeches and talk
shows in Gauteng....
At that time, Omar was relatively new to politics
and as a businessman he
could use his 'twin power,' to win friends in Parliament....
I remember our love life as being vivid because many days
on his computer without any luck...He would hush me up
for minor things, and
some days he would throw rose petals on the bed,
and make love in the bedroom,
in the shower and sometimes in the pool...
We had been married only two years with the birth
of our first daughter Sakeena...
Sakeena was borne on the day that Omar and I celebrated
our two year anniversary...
I was only twenty-one years old and here I was with
a new-born child
and my Omar to take care off...In 2012,
Sakeena grew up fast with 'magic- moments,'
that the local community
newspaper shared...I remember Omar
sitting in the nursary 'singing and humming,'
to his little one...
For me, it was more about the children than the
growth of Omar's dreams
because I knew if I followed his heart and mind
I would always realize his 'future dreams....'
Sakeena was the apple of our eyes, and Omar had
often played puzzles with her,
and kept aloof during his concentration pathways...
I had loved Omar, after these
years and always felt that he never loved me,
or did not want to show too much...
Alison: Omar, do you think that one day our
children will love us the way
we love our own parents...?
Omar: Well Alison, If my children love me half
as much as I love my parents
I will be happy....
Alison: If you were to compare your growing- up
to the growing-up that you went through what
would you say love...?
Omar: Hmmm...I think and ponder sometimes
that my childhood
was very much normal...My father was
always my backbone and my mum was my 'greatest seller....'
Alison: We are living alone in this big home
and we have always
had guests comparing their lifestlye to ours,
do you think that
my love for you shows within these walls...
I mean Omar-Who would ever get to know the
we share between
these veils of walls...
Omar: Haha....Please switch off the lights I have a long
day tomorrow baby....
It was then that I realized that although I thought
as alone as a human being that being brought-up
parents was 'my world...'
I guess living with O m a r changed my perception to
'open my telescope view towards the future....'
2012 for South African's was a challenge with the
National Olympic Games,
The Vodacom Super Cup, The Footprints Champions
The KFC Football Cup,
The Tiger Woods Golf Trophy, The Formulae 1 throne,
The Boxing Saga and the Gun stun July...
Omar Abdulla and I always made it a point to attend
to all national affairs
as he was grooming himself towards leading
South Africa at the helm...
Many moments stuck out in our relationship in 2012
because we toured Cape Town,
George, Durban and many Oceanic communities
that showed interest in
the businesses that we were promoting....
Sakeena was growing up as a normal child
would grow with her taking
her first steps on her first birthday...I remember
Omar and I had a special birthday party for her with her
favorite cartoon character 'Mickey Mouse....'
Click 'n Play...
'My Father, The President,'
Since I was borne in 1992 as Alison Kells I have
remembered the teachings from my parents and
today the 7 December 2013
I can safely say 'Thank You...' Growing up my
always been a dream of Omar
and mine's since we wed in October 2011...
Our life was somewhat perplexed in 2013, as
Omar had signed
a multi-million rand
deal with media companies, and cheeked to shelter his
whilst by employed
by the company...At times, he would be left alone,
dreaming and pondering
where his past had cheeped up to see him...
He had fond memories of being a star,
and as an Indian, Indians were regarded as
third grade quality,
as compared to blacks
or whites...He never thought that one day
he will be a
power-figure in our country, that
no-one cared to compare...
I found myself pregnant again with my second child-Akber...
Omar has said that his first son be named after his father Akber...
2012, and 2013 were breeze years for 'The Abdulla family,'
children were growing with the teachings of
Although I am borne Christian my Muslim
name is XXXXXX...
I remember crying to myself when I tucked Sakeena
in bed that night praying
that her brother Akber loves her the way her parents
Omar and Alison loves her...
Being a mother has it's toll on you...Someday's
you are not in the mood, someday's
you just want to consume nature's nectar, someday's
you want to dream, and someday's
you just wanna lay in bed spanking your husband...
'Oh Lord, please forgive me for the sins that I have committed...'
'Oh Lord, I pray that my daughter grows up to be bigger than
her parents wishes for her...'
'Oh Lord, I pray that you be the 'sound, touch, taste and love,'
in my words
when growing my little one's up...'
'Oh Lord, my Akber is being borne in November, please
let him be borne
with the success of his father and the love of his mother...'
'Oh Lord, I pray that my husband stop being so 'naughty-by nature,'
and concentrate on his 'presidential dreams....'
'Oh Lord, I pray that every wish I think be created in reality...'
'Oh Lord, I pray to be humble in my thinking, and
be positive in my approach...'
'Oh Lord, I pray for our homeless, I pray for our
sick, I pray for our orphans,
I pray for the people who don't have food or shelter,
I pray for the patient who
is dying, and I pray that all children have homes...'
That was my prayer that evening and within the next
few weeks I worked
as hard as I can to prepare Omar for concerts in
all national cities...
Although Omar, was not a performer, as he preferred
his office desk and technical
directors by his side, I always knew that when he
steps on the podium of success,
fans will chant his name from pillar to post...
In 2013, Omar was being interviewed and
advertised on almost all forms
of media and all I could do was pray, pray, pray
and pray for his today.....
In February 2012, I had joined several organizations
and leadership programs
to prepare what the future would hold for both of us...
One thing I loved about Omar was the fact
that he 'always,'
supported what I did..
At that time I wanted to discover about life, I
attended as many
motivational and speech programs for him because
I k n e w one day he would
shine beyond the millions of headlines about him...
In 2013, Omar had become this Mega-Superstar
to local American's and
many community leaders had his name
on their lips...
Many of the headlines read;
'Abdulla 'tops,' World Number One,'
Is Abdulla ready to tackle the SA presidency?
'Abdulla 'eyes,' rate drops,'
Although all the headlines and his constant payment
by the company he
was employed by, were thrilling for our family,
Omar would often sit by the fireplace
with his glass of whiskey, and burn the articles
saying that when it happens, it really
In 2013 Omar and I were perhaps at the peak of our
love interest or so I thought...
We could often snuggle up and watch the sun rise,
some days we would
sit watching films and some days we would sought
ourselves out by
'playing childish games,' with each other...
My mother Zustermina had taught me
that Indians have a certain way that they do things and follow
that trend their entire lives...
Sure enough, Omar had loved me for my
**** legs and
'boombastic personality,' but I wanted to know
more about this guy that
was the father of my children...
Could he be the guy that I could remain faithful and
married to for fifty years as I originally dreamed when
Cinderella and 'The PrinCe...'
Many stories were perhaps untold towards the last two years
since we got married in 2011...
I will always remember the 'mystery gifts,' that I often
received from Omar...
In 2012, before the national elections, Omar had
home community-Laudium to meet with members
of the community who
were routing for his South African presidency...
Although boyish in his ways and personality, his
height was nothing to
the size of his ego...He always knew how he
wanted a thing done, to the
exact detail, he planned with a exact authority,
he thought with charisma, and
behaved liked he owned a fleet of knight horses...
Whilst Omar was abroad I took the time to teach
Sakeena the importance of
what a mother is...
We would often attend 'Mother and Daughter,'
contests that enabled
her a better future when she grows up...
I learn't from my own mother Zustermina, who
like church bells on a Sunday morning, but to me
it was her melody
for us to behave well, treat others with style
and appreciation and always
remember that love is the sacred potion to life...
Omar's family had stood with me, whilst he was away,
and I always knew
that he would return in a couple of months...
He had traveled to London in 2012, because he
wanted to discover
'new trends,' that could aid everyday
Omar had learnt in London, that the world is not too friendly,
alone and you are in a foreign location...Although he
was greeted by
waving kisses and t-shirt slogans about him, this did
not bother me,
as I knew where his nesting place was-in
When Omar, returned from The United Kingdom,
and Akber was borne, it was time that things got hectic
for the both of us...
Sure enough, we had just celebrated our three year
anniversary and something
deep-down inside of me wanted more...
Although many of the story books that I read at
University and to
my children were driven with the fact that one
-day I could
escort my children to the best of schools and universities...
The Footprints Filmworks Foundation a baby company
created by Omar Abdulla,
in his youth had just launched merger deals
with company's listed on
the stock exchanges for a total of
R888 million rand in that year...
One evening, Omar had shared some interesting
information to me...
Omar: Alison, I feel as though we are doing
our best towards
the future of ourselves today, and I somehow
feel that the original dreams
that we had since we got married are
Alison: Omar, I have been warning you to stop
working so hard...
I have often sent messages to you to not
work too hard
especially when your energy is 'as high as a kite...'
Omar: I am feeling that my father's dreams are
slowly being realized
and the friends that I have worked towards are
all happy with the returns
that I have provided for them...I have lost the youth that
I once had and want so much more...
I was thinking that our morning jog should be increased
from 30 minutes to 45 minutes...
Alison: Omar, I know that you have so much
to be proud about and yet I
sometimes realize that your dreams are too much for me...
Our children are still 'young at heart,' and you only
turning 30 this October...
Omar: My father has become older with the passage
and I feel that everytime I am with him, I either
get 'smacked and kicked,'
or 'loved and appreciated...'
My confidence levels are beaming to say the least,
yet I have discovered that our emotions are mixed...
Alison: Baby, we have had so many memories in these
l a s t three years,
and I have never done anything to harm or destroy
I feel that the people that we learn from should be
otherwise there won't be
trust for the future...
Omar: Hmmm...What do you mean our friends should
have trust towards us...
All we have done for the people who have come across us,
is helped them...
We can't do more.....I am starting to feel as
though it's more
about your friends than us...
Alison: Well, my dearest Omar...We were brought up
differently and sometimes
I like to feel appreciated by other people and
not only you...
You have this 'pie in the sky,' dream that
one day you will run
South Africa and become President of
What about me huh?
Don't you think that I hide my feelings and thoughts
to you-towards how I truly feel...?
Omar: Oh Alison, stop being such a baby....
We have done well, in the l a s t three years
and we will always be bedazzled by the people
As you said, our children are still 'young at heart,'
and our relationship
should not always be about them....
It was then that I realized that as a White-female I perhaps
had to become better
tuned into the 'whole vibe,' of an Indian marriage...
As South African's marriage is a topic that every
Sometimes we fall in love with the people
whom we love,
sometimes the love is ever-lasting,
sometimes the love is brief
and sometimes love is forever...
I guess with Omar, it seemed that the road to
our love had just started and
I could not wait for the next moment...
In 2012, and 2013 I had discovered a
'whole new me,' towards the learning
about media and how people perceive themselves
as 'dreams of the community...'
I had undertaken a project to learn from well-known
people the importance of risk,
investment, community leadership, business
relationships, visualizion, motivation,
'The VIP,' and many inter-personal skills that
helped mature my love towards Omar...
Omar had opened The Footprints Schools
and The Footprints Universities with the
first opening held earlier this month...
I always knew that Omar loved to learn and hated
to teach...He would often say that because he felt
that teaching was repetition of knowledge,
whilsh learning was the discovery of knowledge...
Being a wife of a well-known businessman and future
President of South Africa,
has it's up's and down's...
We were never short of anything in the house and
our children were perhaps
more spoilt then how Omar and I grew up...
The bedroom life was 'fantastic,' but I knew that
we could discover so much more,
if he allowed me the opportunity to 'drive his balls...'
Footprints Filmworks in 2012 had been ranked as the
f a s t e s t growing business
in South Africa with turnover exceeding
two hundred-million rand...
To me- it was never about the money, because
my parents had taught me
'survival skills,' to discover the eclipse of life...
Omar had chosen to list his business Footprints Filmworks
on the local SA stock market
although we were living on a remote castle in
as he believed in the 'hearty appeal,' of heritage...
Here I was with two children at 23, and all that I could
do that Saturday afternoon
was pour a glass of ice-tea for Omar and to discuss
his ideas about
what our relationship had become....
Alison: Omar, if you could change the past of the
last 29 years of your life,
what would you change or what would
you improve in your everyday lifestyle...?
At first there was silence as though he had
ignored my question...He then said;
Omar: I think times change people, and over
time people change...
When I was young in school I was known
as 'The Playboy,' that
snooped all the girls in the park...
After I discovered the meaning of life in my
early twenties, I chose more from life,
you know...Like if you see something
before it happens...
I always wanted to give my children the best
in all forms of the game...
Billions of dollars traded on any exchange in
the world could not
'double,' the experiences I have or had...
How about you...??
Alison: I know for a fact that I would marry you
everyday of my life O M A R...
I feel as though that love is perhaps undervalued
in the modern world we live in...
Whatever happened to the experiences that
'our forefathers,' had with their wives...
Honestly Omar, I feel that love is in the details
and if we work
'as a team,' we could never loose,
especially if you portray yourself the way you do in
the community and our beloved country....
Omar: Oh how 'cute...' Growing up who were
and what was your idea about the future of
your country, your dreams and your 'love-interest...'
Alison: (Chuckles:) My love interest will always be you
Omar, because I realized
a long time ago that the man who 'kisses,' me the
way you do, will be my friend for life...
I always had you in my diary Omar,
long before you became a reality...In school my
role models were my teachers
and some of my friends...If you are talking about
global history I would say
George Washington, Sachin Tendulkar, Barack Obama,
Michael Jackson, Oprah Winfrey. my sisters,
my brothers, my father, my mother
and many friends I met along the way...
I would say Omar Abdulla 'tops,' my list...
Omar: Well, I'd better...I like George
I learnt about his ideas about the
I guess that our styles from the early days
have changed somewhat...
I have always loved music, the arts,
business and you...
Now we have Sakeena and Akber
so I want to do my best for them and our 'little family...'
Our little family tree had just started and Omar
had dreams to achieve
one of his fathers wishes for him-to achieve
prize of e i g h t children...I remember that
when he told me that he wants
to focus his attention on e i g h t children
I thought that my children
should be as 'smart,' as Akber Abdulla because
of his crackling-brain talk to Omar...
Omar Abdulla was young and as a father of
two and I could see that he was
happy with what he currently has-but wanted
the opportunity to
realize his father's dreams...
The President of South Africa title will become
a reality in 2023
where he leads SA as the national head...
2013 was like a light year for the
both of us,
as Omar had worked with government
members in Parliament...
He had met all 447 members of
Parliament paying special
attention to the Minister of Finance,
Minister of Defense,
Minister of Education, Minister of Health,
Minister of Inter-relationships,
Minister of Transport, Minister of Home Affairs and
Minister of Footprints Stock Markets...
As the wife of Omar in 2013, I often met
and spoke to these leaders
of our country at the comfort of our home...
I remember once the Minister of Defense
had said that our home
was more like a castle than a home...
The Minister of Defence had liked my
design of the castle
including the children's bedrooms, the
dining-rooms, the patio and the sun-room...
Days were numbered for Omar in 2013
as his businesses were starting to blossom,
especially the new businesses that
he had invested in...
I remember Omar often purchased
shares in newly listed companies
on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange,
American Stock Exchange,
London Stock Exchange and
The Greek Stock Exchange
as a way of hedging his investments
into his own businesses...
Omar had somewhat of a relationship-antenna
when he invested
in other forms of businesses...
I remember at that time he often spoke
to his stock broker to invest in
shares Pick 'n Pay, Vodacom, Harmony,
Footprints Investments LTD, Nismedia,
Trudon and Edcon...
The companies were being traded
Johannesburg Stock Exchange where
Omar had invested a sum of
R888 million rand in 2013...
He had expected that the positions he
took in the market would
reap an 88 percent return in three months...
Omar had fancied the stock market
as he had worked for the stock market
mafia's in his early years, and always was
caught dumb-founded, on
the movement of the markets...
Omar's other businesses that he
invested in included businesses
with no capital but had the backing
of a substantial potential...
Omar was more like a Venture Capital
investor to these businesses
who wanted to grow their businesses
beyond the 'normal growth rate,'
of the 502 000 businesses in
South Africa and the more
than 3 million businesses in the
Alison: Omar, what is your favorite tool when
any business that you were to invest in...??
I had heard him murmur, and then he
Omar: I love to invest into new talent
and a new opportunity for someone
to generate a profit...The olden days
of trade had all revolved around the basis
of profit on goods or services...
Over the past I have invested into 'p a p e r
forms of return,'
and over time I learn't that stock is also a good
form of investment...
Like for retail and wholesale merchants and
your day-to-day traders who earn a daily income...
Alison: If you were to compare your
investment risk to the Warren Buffet's
and Bill Gates of the world where would
you fit in...??
Omar: I created my first million at 16,
my first billion at 25 and my hundred billion rand
target was reached last year...
My richest man in the world target would be
reached in 2020 if my investments
go 'according to plan...'
I guess the key to any type of investment or business
is 'know your product...'
It might sound old-fashioned but as the top dogs
of history including Ben Bernanke
and Alan Greenspan would say;
"Investment into the future of ones
potential is the best return,
or Invest in yourself that way
you e m p o w e r others around you..."
Alison: Lekker, Lekker-Wanna play a game...
Omar: Sure, why not...I am a bit tired after
a long day Alison, what's on your mind...
What you want to play...
Alison: Trival Pursuit....
Omar: Haha, you study the answers to the
questions all day and when
I return from office you want to test me....Sure go-ahead....
Alison: Which is the hottest planet in the solar system...??
Alison: Good....What is the name of the
first person I fell in love with...??
Omar: Oh come on, I thought we going to be serious...
Obviously his name is Omar...
Alison: Good Answer....What is the national brand
drink of Bombay...
Omar: Bombay Krush?
Alison: Yes Baby....Another one...What do you call
an Indian Woman sitting under a tree...??
Alison: Well Done again...Last one before bed love...
What is the the warmest sea in the world....
Omar: The Red Sea...Now I'm going to bed...
Remember your promise to me..
We have to create a new child in the morning...
I will wait for your call...
I love you Alison...
Alison: I love you more Omar...
-End of Chapter two-
'My Father, The President,'
Things were s t a r t i n g to look
flush for the community
of South Africa
in late 2013 as members from the community
were pushing Abdulla
towards his presidential dreams promised
to more than fifty million people...
He had become well-known internationally with a
fan base more than a billion people...
He had learn't from the 'top dogs,' of history in
South Africa including
President Paul Kruger, President F W De Klerk,
President Nelson Mandela
and President Jacob Zuma...
Although Abdulla was being motivated by community
leaders to join the Democratic Alliance
his final call came when he joined the
African National Congress as Minister of Finance...
2013 was a year that took the 'toll on the both of us,'
as we were touring the
community of South Africa to meet with members from
Parliament and the local community...
Omar was fast becoming the 'nations patriot,' with his
speeches in Laudium, Lenasia, Midrand, Mamelodi,
Soweto, Secunda, Rylands and Roshnee...
Although Abdulla was well-liked by the general
community he had hid at certain
times beside to shelter the media jargon surrounding him...
"Sometimes I feel that I cannot escape by shadow
, even when I think..." he said...
It had become clear from the outset that w o r d s was
something that Abdulla always thought about...
Sometimes he would not come to bed dreaming
about the messages
he wanted to share to the audiences that one day
would realize his dream
of leading South Africa as President...
Although Abdulla 'always held my hand,' when
attending functions of
'The uBuntu,' I always felt a sense of calmness
when he took the stage...
At times audiences would wait outside stadium
gates for as long as
two-three hours before he spoke...
His first televised appearance was at the Union Building's on
14 February 2014 where he addressed
about the future and 'ways of creating employment
to everyday South African's....'
"We can all think that we attract a certain
income at a certain
stage in our lives, yet we should put that 'extra effort,'
all sectors in the country..." he said....
It was at that time in my life that Omar Abdulla
and I were somewhat
starting to deepen our feelings for each other...
He had ample experience in the 'corporate world,'
and I was
starting to actually believe his 'stupid presidential talk...'
He once told me that President Jacob Zuma had told
a true president is not created by a master,
a true president is created by puppet-masters
of the West...
I always was with Omar during 2014 and was planning
on becoming a better person
towards my family...Since it was the year 2014
I had become one
of the nations 'most admired females,' because
of my willingness to
learn from my husband...You see, as a South African
white-woman I have always
followed the teachings from my mother and the
'attitude and altitude,' of my father...
About 82,000 results for Footprints
As a personal thing, I always dream't of O m a r when
'days were dark,' and
'moments were high...'
Many community leaders were starting to queue
to meet Abdulla in
2014 with him acting in more than fifteen films...
His media profile had become 'the most viewed,
' since Michaels Jackson's death...
His voice was in the hearts of South African's who
'asked for change, and a better tomorrow....'
We would often visit rural and urban communities
sharing the moments we shared...
Sakeena and Akber had grown to the age where
they were starting to 'teeth their emotions...'
They were starting school next year and I
could feel that their father
should be their backbone before he tackles
his 'ambition,' with community
friends and leaders...
I was told that the local schools provided by the
Gauteng Department of Education
was 'up-to speed,' with the current education
levels and enrolled
Sakeena in nursary and Akber stayed
at home with me...
I was studying a degree in Human Resources
and thought that
my degree could help Omar towards his
My friends had always told me that I should
when being in the company of our future
President of South Africa...
As Alison, I was quickly being admired by
the local community for the
'hard and smart,' work I brought to the Abdulla family...
I had preferred to keep my name as Alison
Kells instead of
Alison Abdulla as I thought that his surname
might offend him...
When things were rosy for us in 2014,
we would often visit local restaurants,
contests, matches and games from the
community of S o u t h A f r i c a...
I always liked Omar's smile and the way
he looked from a certain angle...
To me- Omar was always 'alive and fresh,'
and I always thought of my husband
as the man of my dreams who would lead
me towards 'my own personal growth...'
My personal growth was seeing that the daily
work of the home
be done and that included cleaning and preparing,
changing and recharging, reading and writing,
loving and being,
sharing and caring, cooking and teaching
and 'being the best w i f e in the world...'
If Omar wanted me to help him achieve his dream
of e i g h t children,
I would be right by his s i d e...
I never knew Omar in school and I took
on the exercise to do some research on my
husband before he met me...
Some of his friends said that 'it was his walk,'
some said that it was
'his vibe,' others said that it was 'his eyes,'
whilst the majority said that it was the way
he loved me...
I remember one afternoon we sat by the
pool-side and spoke...
Omar: I have been so alone in my heart,
and I feel that I have
somehow lost so-much of the distribution
I once had...
I sometimes think that my father's teachings
are only starting to penetrate my mind....
Alison: What do you mean love...??
Omar: I am feeling that the challenges that
I had a long time ago
mean nothing to me now...
I feel as though the losses that I incurred in the
past was a slow-paced way
of teaching me my true ambition...
I feel as though that I am a staff member
to every single business in the world and I
sometimes forget to remember
the treasured words that 'once crept our love...'
I feel as though that my statue's of tomorrow are starting to be
created by 'magicians of hand and glove...'
Alison: Oh Sexy Omar, what happened to your stories
Omar: Haha, Well I know that my growth is
measured according to
the memories that I have...I have become one
of the nations 'most popular,'
personalities and all I can think about is tomorrow
and the 'thrill of the future...'
Do you think that sometimes I fail to appreciate today...?
Alison: Oh love, Yesterday is buried, today is now,
tomorrow is a legend
and the future is your 'family...'
So why not take a leap at life and you might build
your wings on the way down...
Omar: Hmmm...Our son has grown to become
so handsome and I love the way
he copies what you do...
I want our family to become a family that has the
highest of respect locally and internationally...
Alison: Omar, do you think family is the foundation
for every South African,
or do you think as an Indian you have that
Omar: I was brought up with higher than normal
I would often attend class till midnight,
sometimes I would stay up more
than forty hours to reap the thoughts of trillions...
Alison: So Omar, where would you see our
Omar: The Diamond is the 60th anniversary...
Well I hope I would follow in the f o o t p r i n t s
of some of the Legends I have
learn't from including President Fidel Castro,
President Nicholas Sarkozy
, Prime Minister Gordan Brown, President George
and President Mahinda Rajapaksa...
Alison: I have to pick Sakeena up from school,
speak to you later...
By the way, I love the new BMW surprise for my birthday...
Red is my favorite color...
Businesses were becoming popular in 2014
with the net turnover
of South Africa exceeding R700 trillion rand...
This was the most improved sector in South Africa
with Abdulla fast leading the
polls as President of South Africa...
I remember I always spoke to him till the late hours in
the evening, preparing his wishes
that he had always taught and thought about...
The economy was buzzing with 'new power,'
with new inventions including the
The Time Machine, The SA Space Station,
The 'Matter VS Velocity stokveld,'
and The 'creation of cheap nuclear energy...'
Businesses in South Africa was becoming the
nations pride with importers
and exporters from South Africa, Spain, France,
Finland, United States,
United Arab Emirates, Brazil and Bermuda
flooding local waters...
The import and export sector alone had increased
revenue by 81 percent in the last quarter...
Omar was becoming the nations
'heart rob,' by constantly dealing with members
from the SA community...He had realized that
'investment by chance,'
was the best-investment for the future...
2014 was a year that experienced the coldest Winter
with temperatures below
18 degrees in most provinces...
It was also reported that the country experienced
snowfall in Northern Cape, Eastern Cape,
Western Cape and Southern Cape...
The country had become 'our destination,'
and Omar and I
'pushed and pressed,' towards o u r personal
2014 as I write this, was somewhat purred as
I remember us having a Siberian
Hus key dog, who always sat with Omar
whilst he would meditate at one of
my tea gardens...Apart from assisting Omar, our houses
had become too big,
and we decided to convert some of the properties
that we bought into tea gardens...
When things were starting to look good and the country
the reputation of a crime-riddled country, the
country had become
gifted with 'new national talent,' in the form of
National Dance Games, National Lotteries, National
Gambling and National Branding...
I remember Omar and I visited Spain in 2014
where he told me that this was our extended honeymoon...
Our children Sakeena and Akber had to have a break from
their fathers constant ambition to be 'bigger than his outer being...'
Spain was a country that rivetted me because we could shop with oars...
That was something different because I could shop on a river bay...
This was something new to me because Spain was a country
that won the World Cup in 2010...
I had never thought that a country in Europe
could be so beautiful with
so much elegance and atmosphere...
Omar and I had spent three weeks in Spain
and later visited London, Lisbon, La Havre,
and La Rochelle in Europe...
I have always wanted to experience the
o u t s k i r t s of Europe because I read
stories about the forefathers of history in
Europe including Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill,
Queen Elizabeth II, Lord Joe Brandt,
William Shakespeare, Princess Diana and Prince William....
Omar: Are you ready to love me everyday Alison...??
Alison: I'm ready...
Alison: I was thinking that we should write a
story about your life...
You know like a book called
'My Father, The President...'
Omar: What does that suppose to mean...I am not
even quarter way towards
realizing my dream to be President of South Africa...
Alison: A book would be nice...Besides-I
have all the time in the world,
and I would love to write about my 'hubby,'
Omar Abdulla as the
President of South Africa in the future...
Omar: Could we take that risk...I mean what if I don't
become the President of South Africa, I would
be the laughing stalk of the country...
Alison: Well lets do this...Let's write the book,
create a simple website
and who knows we might turn the book into a film...
We can distribute the
book into a book on a CD with the audio read
Omar: Hmmmm...I love my father Alison,
but writing a book on
behalf of myself would do what...?
Alison: Look Omar, a book or whatever
has your title on it-
it will create a storm not only towards your
dreams but mine's as well...And
you know I can sell up a storm...??
Alison: Well, I will write the book and you tell me...What you say...?
Omar: No promises, but hey, I am with you all the
In October 2014 I decided that I wanted
to write the book
'My Father, The President,'
on behalf of Omar because I felt that it
was the risk to write
about a Man that will be the son of
South Africa in 2023...
"I am the son to my parents, what
would be the difference
as the son of a country..." he once said...
Towards the end of 2014, I had drafted a Manuel
to write this book, because
I knew that I was investing into the most
treasured person in my pot...2014, in
total was an arrear year, as I should off thought
of writing the book, before then...
Days were short and empty in 2015 as
we worked 'hard and smart,'
in preparation for the national elections in 2015...
I remember there were days that were so short
that I at times felt
that my time was moving faster than normal...
Omar and I had often had meetings with leaders
from all over the community
and meeting the people always brought 'a certain thrill,'
to my life...
Our children were following in our dreams
for them and
I figured that if we were going to reach the
treasured target of eight children,
I might as well ask Omar if we could renew
our vows and plan for another child...
In the alter Omar sat on the pew and
prayed to the Almighty...
Although Omar was borne Muslim he
had learn't from the teachings
from the Holy Prophets of time
including Prophet Adam, Prophet Essa,
Prophet Musa and Prophet Muhammed (S.A.W.)...
To Omar, a son was more than the symbol than
the meaning behind the w o r d s...
I remember one day he said that at times he
would reflect on his life
and did not care to share-less because his
mean something else to someone else...
When Omar finally gave me the green-light
towards our third child we w e r e pregnant again...
Pregnancy is something worth discussing with
your partner, as it should
be planned, and when done, should be a
love-making affair that will steam up
Sakeena had passed her grade one examination
with flying colors
and Akber had just started with nursery...
Our homes that he had purchased and the
assets that we invested in
were slowly brewing the returns that we
Omar had lost his attitude about his childhood
because he felt that the
only way to grow himself is grow his family,
his country, his people and 'his businesses...'
Choosing a name for our third child was a
mission on it's own...
Although I am an Afrikaaner I was asked by
his memon Muslim family
to choose a name that would suite both religions...
I had often laughed at Omar, when he tried to speak
to my clients at The Jasmine
Tea Garden in Afrikaans...
"Stick to your British/American accent, and let us
Boers, do the talking," I would
often tell him...
2015, for me, was one of the best years,
and whilst I was pregnant, Omar would
serve me breakfast in bed, often buy late
-night take- outs, and sometimes
he would settle for oral sex, instead of
penetrate sex, as he felt, this might hurt
the new baby...
Christmas is always my favorite month of the year,
and this Christmas,
I was planning on just being at home, and eating,
eating and eating...
I had loved Indian food, and it seemed that my r
oasted turkey for Christmas,
was always eaten by the entire family, where
we normally made GRACE
to other bounties that we wished for...
I knew that he had the scope as President of
South Africa, but I sometimes
doubted my thoughts when I would be in severe pain...
The third pregnancy
at 23, took it's harshness on me, as I always
complained on back pain...
I remember that when I gave birth to my
I had more tears in my eyes than the first
time I gave birth...
The Footprints Filmworks Foundation (FFF) had
a record amount
of sales this year, and Omar and I attended
the year end function
that had the sales people and teams wooing us...
"If God had a wife, he would choose you to be
his merry..." Omar
I had done ample research about babies
and the offspring of
birth-but this time it was different because
I guess that I was only 23 and a mother of three...
We had thought about the third child's
name and decided that the
child be given the birth name of Fathima...
I was told that Fathima was the Egyptian Princess
from the times of 'The Pharoahs...'
'My Father, The President,'
Having t h r e e children at my age has it's toll on me....
I had t h r e e children namely; Sakeena, Akber, and Fathima
and I could feel that my mind, my body, my spirit and my
h e a r t wanted more....I was married to the hottest
guy in the country and received calls from women
telling me that Omar was theirs....Haha....
Well to me, he was all mine and I was left with the
task to create
a president of our country from this man...
He had received death threats from people
saying that if he
ran for SA presidency he would die...
I remember Omar told me one night 'M
y dream is to become
President of South Africa....'
And so I put his goals on top of my list...I mean any wife
would do the same....
I was told by Omar that the women he dated
lacked 'personal skills,' and the ability
to lead their own lifestyle...
I guess with his memory erased made it easier
for me...Or so I thought....
I was to lead my man as President of The
South Africa, the way Barack Obama led
the United States...We did not have any of
'those moments,' if you know what I mean...
At that time when I started the book,
Omar was a businessman,
a father, a son and a lover but was no President...
I guess what makes a President is the woman
behind him than the actual man.
I was told that Omar should achieve atleast
500 million fans/voters
in seven years if he was going to stand any chance....
Omar: What is your perception on love Alison?
Alison: Love is in the eyes, once you see someone's eyes,
then you would know....How about you?
Omar: I have hurt so many girls in the past I don't know...
I guess love is like a fine wine, gets better over time...
Alison: Haha, Well you talking too much....Do you want a glass
of that fine wine....??
Omar: I had for dinner with prawns...I am fine....So
what's on your mind....??
Alison: You are on my mind, for the l a s t five years....
Omar: Only five years??
Alison: Well, I have work tomorrow, I have work
to do in town
and I have to meet your mother....!
Alison: The children want to spend the
day with her,
she said they will be home by five.
Omar: Are we going to plan that Zakiyyah
child that I was telling you about.??
Alison: Yes, I want another child....We can start
tomorrow when you come back from work...
Omar: Oh......How about a trail run now??
Alison: So why choose the name Zakiyyah anyways?
Omar: When I was in university, I placed a
bet with a friend of mine...
She would name her child Omar, whilst I name
my daughter Zakiyyah...
Alison: Could friendship be so eternal....
Omar: Sometimes...She was my best friend in the
Alison: Oh ahh, and where is this Zakiyyah
Omar: Probably married with a bunch of children....
Alison: Then let's get started with Zax now...
Omar: I thought we going to leave it for when I
come home from work....
Alison: Please don't upset a sexy tiger thats
Omar: Who would.....*Gnaws*....
We had planted Zakiyyah on New Year's Eve and
was noticed with the n e w s on February 14th
that we will be carrying Zakiyyah....
I was happy to the fact that I could have my dream of
f o u r children and 'be happy,' with a Man whom I loved....
In March 2016 Omar gave speeches in
Washington, Texas, Kentucky and
Miami regarding his
race for President of South Africa...
I had let go of my friends because of my
three children a
nd I was pregnant with Zakiyyah. It was the
first time that I
knew of the child's name before birth...
I could feel that not only my
dreams were being realized it was that of my
husband as well....
In a talk show named 'Tyra Banks,' I listened
and the way mothers should be with their little
ones. I listened with awe....
Sakeena's bedroom was painted Mickey Mouse,
Akber's room was a
Ferrari color and theme and Fathima chose more of the
Aishwarya Rai look for her bedroom....My husband and
I chose an en-suite thrilled in white with a lounge
suite and jacuzzi. We were happy and our monthly
expense as worked out by Omar was R45000-00..
Sometimes I would think where are his
trillion dreams, and the goal to be
the richest man in the world....??
I guess at that time in my life, things were going
well for my children...
I had sent them to the best of schools and
church's and was
starting to take a class in French, Urdu, Computers,
Nero-Science, Motivation, 'personal power,'
Karate, and Cooking...
I was a wife and the best I could be...Well, in
the bedroom, I guess that was our ' hotel,'
because we never shared what went on
behind room doors.
On the last Saturday of February we decided
to visit Omar's
parents in South Africa....
We had been married for five years and our
love was maturing....
Our children had joined us as well. I remember
that time when
Omar married me, how they laughed at me
I was only 18 and they kept on saying
that 'I'm like
a child, that still has to grow....'
I guess I kinda proved them wrong....
Omar: Hi dad, we home, Salaams...
Uncle Akber: Welcome son, you are
lucky your nephew
is getting married today, join us....
Omar: We will, how are you doing....
I thought I'd bring
the children and my wife to say hello....
Uncle Akber: Get dressed the wedding is at
We all invited.
So we went to one of Omar's nephews weddings
and were entertained to 'song and dance,'
by members from
the community....I wanted to ask his
father if he was
proud of the work done in our marriage since
we last spoke...
His parents had said that I was only 18
when we married
and wanted a 'more mature,' woman
for their son.
After the wedding we were invited
home for casual
Having a snorkish voice has it's value
in a large house in Pretoria....
Omar's brother Sikander and Wife joined us as
well for an evening brunch.
Sikander: So, hows Footprints Filmworks and the
other businesses Mr.Abdulla??
Omar: I have so much work to do....I have to invest in a
further 500 000 websites for America and 10 000
more 'community websites,' for South Africa.
Sikander: Done-It will cost the company 4 million dollars.
Omar: But I want it to be community
based so that people
can log in and post their messages
and find love
links and for the websites to be liked by
members who read the posts...
Sikander: So where are your presidential dreams?
Nazmeera: Yeah, when is Omar going to
be President of South Africa....
I was hearing those stories when I was
pregnant with Nuwairah...
Omar: Inshallah soon...I had some extra
meetings and work to do...
Uncle Akber: Omar, I have told you before leave the
SA Presidency and focus on plain business.
Omar: Dad, I have given up all bad habits, If I
fail it will be my
loss and not the Abdulla's...I heard a saying....
If you screw up, then you might as well
'screw up big....'
Uncle AKber: We shall see...Hows the new-
baby when is she being born?
Omar: Sakeena is fine, she loves to play games,
Akber is loving- and Fathima is perfect....
Zakiyyah is being born in September...
Sikander: Oh God, I have three children and love
all of them-Nuwairah,Nadia and Nabeel.
Perhaps we shall see who reaches the target
of e i g h t children first...
I dreamt about you last night and whew woke
up in a sweat...
You should know brother that no-matter what I will
always be your best friend and
'knight in shinin armor.!'
Omar: We should go to Warmbaths tomorrow
-I will text Khatija and Farida can come along...
Aunty Fatima: Great idea, Il make a lovely
we can order Biryani from the restaurant...
Omar and the children can stay over. Lovely
sun I woke...Pack extra lotion we don't
want to get sun-tanned...!
Uncle Akber: I am not coming with, I have
computer work....You guys go out and enjoy.
Sikander: If Omar comes with I am 'all in...''
It was the most perfect Saturday Evening I had
spent with Omar's family....
I slept with my children and Farida in her room...
She kept on talking about how the chickens make sounds
in the early mornings by her window. She was
14year old one could have....I had dreams that one
day My Sakeena could be so 'chirpy,' as Farida. She could
not stop talking....I loved the sight and sound of Farida....
She kept on telling me about her Barbie dolls and the way
she plays with them....
I also played a game called checkers and chess with her until she
finally fell off to sleep. Sunday, at Warmbaths
was awesome as I got to understand what my-in-laws are all about...
They loved me as Alison and I loved them...o me,
when I got married
to Omar they all asked questions about how young I was,
I mean Sikander once said that if you sleep with his Omar,
it would be rape. I guess my three children proved them right...
They were all fine and Farida once again asked me to go
on slides and all kinds of 'thrill seekers,' with her.
During our lunch-time I had a good
conversation with Omar's mum....
Aunty Fatima: So Alison, How are you- is my
son treating you fine....!
Alison: He is a dream guy for any woman...Can you
tell me some secrets about him....He took me on
a hot air balloon ride last week Saturday. Wow.! Dazzed.!
A unique experience one must enjoy in ones lifetime...
Aunty Fatima: Just hold on to him...He is a
gold son...He has
his habits....There were times he use to earn
above R100-000.00 for the family if he has
the right Time, Space, Matter and Energy...
Aunty Fatima: When Omar really puts his heart,
mind and body into something it really works...
Like the many films he has acted in...
Alison: Yeah, He is more famous than all Bollywood
actors here in South Africa, what should I
do to maintain his high-profile...??
Aunty Fatima: Omar is not the cheating type...
He has had other girlfriends and learnt from them...
His career is just s t a r t i n g to kick off...
Alison: Who were his other girlfriends...
Aunty Fatima: You are his wife, that's all that
2016 had just started and things were going
well with the guidance of the Lord Jesus...
I had prayed all my life for a family like this and with
the blessing's of the Lord I could achieve my dreams...
I was ready to give birth to Zakiyyah and prepared
Omar to reach his target of earning and maintaining
an income of $100 000-00. His father, believed
that his son could reach this target if his head
was 'screwed on right...'
It was my responsibility to see that their son is in good hands.
When Omar and I reached home we planned his goals and
talked about the future of his dreams...He had
that he could have a white-woman as a wife, yet I
could feel it in his hands when he held me
close to his breast..
He was the most fortunate from his friends
because he did not have an Indian as a wife...
His brothers wife and I got along well and they
all mingled well with each other...
She seemed to like speaking to Omar because
they 'go back a long way...' Sikander was a sweetoo
to me, because he loved his brother and
had 'the most amazing charm,'
for his family and friends....For once, I could
actually call his family....My Family.
Towards the middle of 2016 I learnt new things
about life including life skills and the ability to
cope with children....I was often asked
questions by Members of Congress about
my figure and how I maintained my figure..
I gymed and worked hard and kept to my
routine as a wife....I often watched Omar play
cricket at the local stadium, something that
he would often do to keep fit. His mental
cycle was at it's peak and I was ready to give
birth in September...
I remember frankly that Omar had earned
the most that July 2016, netting $160 000-00...
We were spoilt and we managed our money well...
Our success was felt throughout the community
and we always 'pushed and pressed,' that
extra mile when it came to the community...
Omar had enrolled that July at the
and raced with Formula e 1 cars.
Something out of this world. As Alison,
I felt that my whole world was starting
to take shape, pattern, focus and my
husband could just enjoy all the flesh that
he could hold....
Omar: When one has children what
sought of guidelines should one adhere to....?
Alison: Why do you ask...!
Omar: Our children are well-over spoil t and I get
swearing from their teachers that they over-
Alison: What do you mean?
Omar: I was with Sakeena's teacher today,
she says that our daughter picks up on ou
r w o r d s and spreads our charms to
Alison: Oh, she is just a child...Only five.
Alison: Texas is good for the children
away from the city 'hustle and bustle...'
Omar: Ahah, maybe I should....I think
that our teachers should pay more attention
to our children than try their own
'My Father, The President,'
Towards the starting of this chapter I felt
confident in the youth
of South Africa because my Sakeena won first prize in
a dance contest featuring Justin Bieber's 'Oh Baby,....'
She just goes bezerk for that song and since then our
household has been filled with that song.
I have the tune in my mind
when writing this chapter....
Well, I am writing this
in Mid-July 2016
where business, media, politics, entertainment,
ethics and other sectors of South Africa are
moving along well...
In June this year we visited Natal as part of our
vacation to the coast..
Omar addressed members of Parliament
last Thursday and members
from the South African community are
s t a r t i n g
to cheer his
approach as President of South Africa...
Although Omar is
Minister of Finance many community leaders have
at our castle speaking to him about his
involvement in the South
Omar also received the 'golden shield,' awards
from Absa Bank regarding
his work with Footprints Filmworks....
Other top companies as voted
by Absa Bank for 2016 include South African Airways,
Chicken Licken, Joko, Ocean Basket, Falu's Fabrics, Unisa,
Virgin M0bile and Juta Books...
I wrote down in my journal this morning what I plan to
achieve for the r e s t of the year and my daughter
Zakkiyah is being born this year....I have three beautiful
children and one gorgeous husband Omar...
My three children
in case you following the story is Sakeena, Akber,
Omar says that he wants me to be a saleswoman
to my children
and achieve the treasured goal of e i g h t children...
wife of a high-flyer has it's tolls on me including
daily cooking and
cleaning, passionate lovemaking, teaching and being a mother
to my children...I have taken a course in forex and I have
earned R250-000.00 of my husbands money....Many of my
friends ask me questions on keeping a PrinCe like Omar
satisfied and I guess a smile is the best answer to all of
I feel much happier living in Rustenburg and
I guess the beauty
of my husband is that he is able to shift his business
to anywhere I want...
When we went on vacation this June I had
the best time in the
world because I could walk the beeches of
Natal in Freedom...
About 50,900 results
Perhaps freedom is not addressed enough in this book
called 'My Father, The President,' because
most of us take it as a
granted. Our five year marriage is based on trust, honesty,
love and patience and hopefully this book will inspire many
millions to follow in my f o o t p r i n t s...
One day I entertained Omar to some good
Alison: So how are you doing my love...
Where would you see yourself
ten years from today??
Omar: I am Goofed...That song 'Ohh Baby,' is
in my brain...
Hmmmm. I would see myself in your arms
and your heart and
hopefully with eight children....The President of
South Africa will be a bonus.
Alison: Ohh Baby.....Well I feel that I want
to spend every
second with you...How much do you think
Vodacom will charge us....?
Omar: Life is free love dove....I am happy
with our castle
and I would want to move to somewhere
bigger like a
7 million rand house....
Alison: Perhaps next year...You should know
I will love you if you
don't have a cent as well...
I loved you without money and I will
always love you Omar.
Omar: How much do you love me if you were
to show it to me now.??
Alison: Does my children not answer
Omar: If love was a diamond I would be
your diamond cutter,
If love was an ocean I would be the abyss,
If love is a
hole I would drown your alley...Anyday.
Alison: How Sweet....Omar, I love you so much....
Omar: I love you more than you can count Alison....
Omar perhaps had a lot on his plate that evening because
he joined the United Nations as Governor...
He had replaced
the current Ben-Ki-Moon and was
now earning a salary
more than $100 000.00 per annum from the
He had taken the task because of his financial
brain and had
other businesses on the side....His mentors
Sir Alan Greenspan,
Sir Ben Bernanke, Trevor Manuel and Tokyo
Sexwale were always
calling him on his mobile asking decisions on
interest rates and repo rates...
Omar had worked hard and studied till the
late hours in the evening
to be where he is today....He was often
quoted on news
channels and newspapers regarding the
work he does and
would often meet guests till late. I kinda felt left
out because I took care of the children and
had the responsibility
to look after the house...
I was quite good-looking for a young lass and always
took the opportunity
to lend a hand to my husband...Making love to one
of the m o s t powerful
men in the world has it's workload on you with
their toying games.
I guess when this book gets published the world
will get a broader idea
of what this 'mumbo- jumbo,' talk is all about....As Alison,
evening my life was perfect....Perhaps a light snowfall was missing...
We had the fireplace burning when we chatted every
about the future of 'The uBuntu....'
South Africa was fast becoming Africa's country with the
country being named as a 'first world country,' locally
and internationally....The country had increased workload
by 40 percent in the last year with net income ranging
per month per person. The country was fast becoming an export
nation to countries China, Brazil, Japan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Poland,
Iceland, and Zimbabwe....The United States had invested large
sums in the country for the sake of skills and empowerment.
The nation had become a 'safe haven,' investment due to the
downfall in crime from 30 percent in 2012 to 12 percent this year...
The country was becoming a nation involved with
ranging from import and exports....The country was well-known
for the creation of clones, robots, 'purpose devices,'
of investments that could empower the entire human race...
Many folks from Africa and other nations had flocked to the country
as a tourist destination because of the tranquil beauty and scenic
views....Many foreigners use our education departments
to send their children to our schools because of the 'Waldof methods,' that
many of our schools teach....My own children Sakeena, Akber and Fathima
are educated in South Africa to the best of the teachers knowledge...
Many parents have the option to 'home-school,' their children
as part of the deal with government....
I was starting to feel that South Africa was more important
to Omar than our own children....Omar was sent
to the United States in August 2016 as a gift from
members of the community...
He had spent three weeks in Los Angeles and came
back with more than what he went....Living alone
in those three weeks taught me the importance
of love and patience when it comes to parenting...
My husband would one day become President of South
Africa and all I could do was watch from the
bench-lines of the father nation....
My husband had constantly thought about the
changes that he chose
to pass in South Africa including the legalization of Marijuana,
legalization of 'red-light districts,' increase spending on hospitals
and increase spending on social scope...He also had
meetings with key
communication leaders for the investment of 40 000 computers
in schools including broadband connection. His meetings
the investment of tele-port media-a transfer of personality
from one province to another with the aid of a device.
Abdulla's investment in the health sector would drop HIV
infection by more than 60 percent with the legalization
of Pfizer drugs and related virus drugs. My husband thought
'long and hard,' for the changes that he chose to bring in
South Africa...He had always admired President Fidel Castro
for his long standing as President of Cuba for more than
twenty years. Perhaps a far-fetched dream of his....!
When Omar returned from Los Angeles I was due to give
birth to Zakiyyah next month but took the persona
to learn passages from the Holy Quraan...Growing- up,
I was taught to pray
to Jesus Christ and the Lord as I learnt from my teachings the
importance of one Prophet and the ruling of the
Holy Prophet of Islam.
I became better attuned to the Islamic culture as the month of
Ramadaan was crossing the Muslim community in September...
I thought that I should teach my children the importance
of their religion and the meaning of God.Growing- up,
God was a father figure in my life and later I realized that God is Eternal,
The Most High, The Most Gracious....I never knew of this..I also took
a course on the meaning of the Holy Quraan and the
the w o r d s. Sometimes w o r d s have 'double,' meanings.
Zakiyyah was born on 13 September 2016 and this was the happiest
day of my life....We had preferred that she be born at home
as Omar chose her to be 'nurse maid....' Omar had
answered my prayers by not sending me to hospital,
instead I gave birth at home...She had one dimple
and a big birthmark on her face making her look like Cindy
I now had f o u r children, Sakeena, Akber, Fathima, and Zakiyyah...
This was a new challenge to me because I received texts from
all my friends and family saying that Zakiyyah was a
'doll in the making....'
She had her fathers hazel eyes and my skin and color tone.
We had preferred that she be baptized according
although I had not converted to Muslim. Our family values
might s o u n d mixed to you as a reader, yet she was
the prize money for 88 Ferrari's Omar once said...
We were happy and satisfied with her health and I
was 'happier than normal,' because hundreds of photo's
were taken of our baby within the first day...
Her siblings had all clinged to her like she was
a pot of gold...And she was.
Being a mother of four does not come easily unless one
has a strong father to back the children up....I remember
at that time Omar was at the peak of his presidency
always 'eyeing,' the local and international news what was
stated about him and related businesses. Zakiyyah
was a 'hip-hop,' baby because I suppose that type of
music could only make her sleep...
She would only sleep in a driving car or listening to 'hip-hop...'
Sakeena would often play games with her sister to keep her
tuned up what was happening in the world she lived in...
As a baby she loved lots of attention and I still remember
the photo's because she was known as 'my prize baby,'
of the attention she pulled. The paparazzi were kept out of
our home from taking pictures and only 'exclusive pictures,'
to the media....We had a cozy family and my parents
parents had all visited us on the due date. Memories are
perhaps to evident to remember as the pictures of my
little baby still stick in my mind...
Life was teasing me because Omar had told me that I
should not work and work from home as a house-wife.
I remember a little red teddy bear with her name on it that
Uncle Akber gave her as a gift that makes me shed a
tear till today...
Our house was filled with love, laughter, greatness
and royalty with the birth of our new daughter...
I always felt that Zakiyyah was my 'miracle baby,'
she was born at home...The local SABC news had
her birth as 'a new addition,' to the Abdulla clan....
Omar: So how do you feel being a mother of four
and the love of my life...?
Alison: If you would of asked me that the
first time we met,
I would never of dreamt to be holding this gorgeous
child in my arms...
Omar: Ohh Baby, Ohh Baby....
Alison: Now you have given me four children,
how do I know that
you will remain faithful, honest and 'mine,' always Omar...!
Omar: Relax Alison...I love our children. I want
to move back to Pretoria...
Alison: Why, What's wrong with living in Rustenburg....
Omar: I just feel that I can achieve much more in the city...
My business is climbing fast and the market is in Gauteng....
Alison: Omar, If you want to move...Sure...We can move
and relocate the children's schools...Maybe we could build
that 7 million rand house you want....
Omar: I have the house already organized by the estate
agent. It's a matter of your agreement with me....
Alison: We can move at the end of the year...
Omar and I were surprised by winning the national lotto
towards the end of the year which paid out an amount
of over R20 million rand...
I guess my children's numbers perhaps assisted as well.
Although Omar was not an avid gambler, I had purchased
the ticket with Omar sharing in the profit-takings....
Click 'n Play...
'My Father, The President,'
I was never j e a l o u s of Omar's success because I knew his
success will ultimately be mine...He was building momentum
as President of South Africa and was fast becoming
one of the richest men in the world...
We had moved back to Philadelphia because Omar
felt that as a community leader he
should be in the hub of the community...
We lived in a seven-star home with 14 bedrooms,
pools, jacuzzis, fireplace, steam, sauna, and we had
purchased one of Omar's dream cars that his
father once bought him...
A red Ferrari Scuderia, besides- the 'everyday,' cars....
His father had told him
that someone would kill him for his Ferrari, but preferred
to showcase the
Ferrari on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Omar had often
traveled to London,
Los Angeles, Tokyo. Warsaw and Bombay as
part of his agreement
to lead the United Nations...
He was building polls in The United
States as the future
President of South Africa
with him speaking to audiences more than 250 000 at a time...
He was a passionate speaker on stage and 'wooed,' audiences
who chanted for more....He had a certain style and way in
which he spoke to crowds that got distributed on all networks
including U,S,A Today, SABC, E.T.V and thousands
of w o r l d w i d e stations.
newspapers, websites and other media related news...
Many said that his
love approach reminded them of Barack Obama,
Shar Rukh Khan,
Fidel Castro, Winston Churchill, Nicholas Sarkozy and
He had told me earlier that if I ever did anything to
hurt his relationship
with his father he would leave me. To be honest- I loved
Uncle Akber, like my own father and perhaps at times
I did not
agree the way Uncle Akber spoke to Omar, but that
was their father
and son relationship....
His mother was his guiding torch that
always shone upon him and
always brought a 'sparkle to his eye...'
His mother had always told her
son to be aware and shrewd when speaking
to media personalities
and people who just 'want gossip,' for local and
We had celebrated Chrismas Day in Miami at a night club..
I was never the 'dancing diva,' type of woman but wanted
to go to a nightclub with my husband...
It was my first experience dancing in the
moonlight and in sound
driven rooms....Omar and I had danced in the moonlight
on Christmas Day because
I wanted to know that he had something to share with me...
Omar was relaxing the remainder of the
year as he was planning
speeches in The United States- later in 2017...
His marketing manager had
booked him f o u r meetings per day for the entire of 2017
and was stemming towards leading
The United States...
During that festive season we had visited the
local zoo's and
shopping malls to shop and buy some new
things for the home...
At that time The United States was run by
a notation that the
black man was the 'brain child,' of The U.S....
To me, I was never interested
in letting a black man lead The United States because
of the way they led North America in the past...
An Indian would create a culture and maintain
a 'deserved pride,' to Americans
the way when Mahatma Gandhi had featured
in South African history...
Whilst news on the grounds was mis-trust towards the black man,
Omar was still speaking about Change to
'everday Americans'....From the news
around the community although blacks
were a majority many foreign
speculators had not trusted the black era because
people had somewhat
of a racism thrust against blacks...
To American's if they were going to see
improvement in the country
they would have to have a non-black America
because of the aura
that other races oozed....Omar had met
with Members Of Congress
to include blacks as part of the Parliament
but said that blacks were
almost 100 years behind the thinking of 'Anglo-Saxons...'
Perhaps a trust that foreign members wanted to instill a
sense of deserved
pride since democracy.... He had also stated
on previous occasions
that the term 'blacks,' was preferred by the Americans
to other titles associated to their skin race....
The romance in our relationship was sexy to say the least because Omar
looked hotter then the first day I met him and was interested
only in getting between my legs...
I have always welcomed Omar's interests because as a wife that is
my duty to my husband...Love was the element of my heart,
body and spirit and I always had the confidence to share
what was one my mind...To me, the secret to any sexual
relationship is trust, sharing, passion and 'naughty attitude...'
Being liked my Members Of Parliament helped Omar to
build his legs up
the podium in government....Although many of the meetings held
with Omar were not televised I was always with him, on every single
My children were loving to me and always had a moment of
appreciation to me....I loved the way my children were growing
up because I could see that their sibling friendship
was the foundation of their childhood...
Sakeena: Mummy where do children come from...?
Alison: From God!
Sakeena: Why do my friends bully me in school and always say
that they see daddy of television...
Alison: If your friends bully you, set them straight...Never be bullied...
Your daddy is a very important person in our country....
Sakeena: When Daddy becomes President of South Africa,
will we be happier than today...
Alison: Your daddy will still have to gain the confidence of his
friends in the country and then he will become our President....
Sakeena: Mummy, why do people take so many
pictures of me at school...
Alison: You are royalty my daughter....I love you....
Sakeena: Mummy, when will we go to London for
holiday, like how daddy does...
Alison: Next year...Your father loves all of you very much....
Akber: Oh Yipee...I love Sakeena, Fathima and
our new baby Zakiyyah...
Alison: You must take special attention of Zakiyyah
and don't pinch her cheeks too much Akber...
Akber: Okay Mummy...
Omar: Lights out children we have a long day this week....
Towards the s t a r t of 2017 we were
'back to work, back to reality...'
Omar was leaving for Tokyo next month and my children had
enrolled in their new schools in Philadelphia....I enrolled my
children at one of the country's finest schools Crawford
College because I thought that my children require the
best schooling if they would have to compete with
international students, later in their life....I have always had a firm
belief that the foundation phase of a child is the m o s t important
and that a child required both parents to play vital roles in their
lives if t h e y going to have any success in the 'outer world...'
Whilst learning about the forex market I joined several stock market
programs so that I could 'dummy trade...' listed
and unlisted shares...
Omar has said that I should trade the local shares listed on the
African Stock Exchange and American Stock Exchange because
he newly listed a local stock exchange in the country raising
funding of over 4.5 billion dollars...
The stock market enabled listed and unlisted companies to trade
shares on margin and leverage to generate a profit....Omar was
heavily involved in raising money for businesses
who chose to grow...
These included shares and businesses who
understood the value of risk...
I remember on the launch of The Footprints Stock
Exchange how shares
appreciated in value by 88 percent within the first
three months of trade....This was a new
business for me as
I hate an idle mind....
An idle mind leads to UN-productive
work and bad
work ethics. Although
I was a house-wife I loved to toy around with shares to
understand the meaning of 'Supply and Demand...'
and other companies were listed on several
around the world for media publicity
and for the purpose
of trade and forging markets...
Something that I loved....
Loving the markets is one thing and knowing which trend to
follow is another spectrum altogether....I had taken courses
about markets to better equip myself about market
fundamentals and technical s...
Something that my husband taught me...
I think what keeps a relationship
alive is the ability to learn from your partner...
A partner that teaches
you and helps you cements the entire relationship...
My parents have
been married for thirty years and I always
learn from them the
value of learning and partnerships to
My relationship with Omar at the s t a r t
of 2017 was good and
the romance was 'alive and well....' I was very
Omar from other women because I knew how they
to my man when I am not there....Being protective is a key
that shows that you really love and admire someone...
Something that my father taught me.....Anyways,
the local shares invested
in traded well as the American dollar had weakened to one of it's
lowest levels against the British Pound, Japanese Yen and the Euro...
Omar once said that he would forecast seeing the South African
rand as the basic unit currency in Africa if 'things go according to plan...'
with the African Union... With a minimum investment of $25000-00
could see a return 'reap surprise returns,' to an investor on any
exchange in the world...
About 2,320 results
It was never about the investment I later learnt it was about the
'thrill and fun,' of trading the markets...Omar had often met
with former Presidents and Finance ministers from across
the globe to discuss issues related to the American public
that could stem growth to other import and export
In a journal meeting with President Obama-Obama had asked his
fellow American in Abdulla about his up-bringing in South Africa and
liked talking about former president Nelson Mandela...
told Obama that Mandela had died recently and was planning
a memorial of the South African president
in The United States...
Omar seemed to love the camera and acted in several films
in the country
to help build his media profile when he becomes
President of South Africa...
This book and other films were played on several networks
to market his dreams....I have always thought a man
who believes in the future of his dreams is a man worth
I invested my life and f o u r children with this man so I should
know what I am talking about....We had invested a sum of
one billion dollars in the construction of shopping malls
and offices in The United States in areas Maine, Maryland,
Montana, Oklahoma, Oregan, Virginia, Washington
and took certain shares in property porfolio's as part
of his investment deal....Meetings with the' top of the top,'
in the United States enabled me to wear a different
dress per day...
I only chose the best when representing him
and the businesses tha
t we were marketing....Our children were at the fulcram
because they had chosen my taste in style by purchasing the
latest b r a n d s in clothing and footwear...
One thing that
has stuck with me since we started going out and that
is the importance of fragrance...
I love a man who smells good from
When Omar met with the Doctors Association of
The United States he was offered free shares in four
hospital chains in The United States and advised doctors
to beware the risk of cheap imported medicine...
The hospital sector was alarming as the market had invested
in markets with doctors...He had said that a doctor plays a vital role
in the community and thus supported the association...
I had studied to become a pharmacist before I met Omar and was getting
involved in this sector because I understood the importance
of providing cheap health care to the 'American sector...'
The country had 232 hospitals and was investing into improvements
and free hospital service to over 240 million Americans...
Doctors fees will be carried by a transfer of funds into their accounts
With the government offering subsidies to members from the community
-income tax would also be reduced to 30 percent as compared to
40 percent in previous years....
Abdulla was fast becoming the nations head with his s u p p o r t from
both men and women in all sectors of The United States..
He had often met with African Union leaders to discuss the
health sector of Africa, North America, South Africa
and Asia and was
winning votes from Congress and the general public....
South Africa and the United States had agreed
on certain interest
rate agreements and was discussing to reduce interest
rates by 5 percent
in coming years to improve fiscal and monetary policy...
This sector could generate a net flow of cash of up-to
12 trillion dollars alone in 2017...He was applauded by
members from the community and had a national
influence in the market when addressing local and
international policy makers...
Insurance companies and businesses would face alarming
drops as the health sector was being backed up by
government....The 447 members of Parliament were all good friends
of Omar and I was playing a key role in entertaining guests
at our castle...
I loved Omar when he spoke and met
with members of the community
because I was always attracted to a
man with power...
Perhaps a bit childish of me, but hey, I am
Alison and this is our story...
When I say a man with power I mean
influence and not power in
the sense of a drunken state...
Omar had also agreed to the opening of 14 rehab centers
in South Africa for members who were affected by
the abuse of Drugs and Alcohol....His involvement in helping
people who were affected by drugs will be
discussed in later chapters....
On the eve on Valentines Day, Omar had taken us out
to a local restaurant and shared some of his memories
whilst growing up...
This evening will always be remembered by me, because
Omar shared his innermost desires and ambitions with me....
Omar: Shall we have dinner at the finest restaurant in
the city this evening by the lake,,,,??
Alison: Dinner is the best if it's shared with family...
How is your heart and mind love....!
Omar: I am feeling that things are becoming a reality
what I wrote down almost ten years ago.
Alison: What do you mean??
Omar: Well, ten years ago I was a
University student playing
pranks on students and secretly planning my lifestyle
Now I feel that I have achieved beyond
what vision I had a long time ago...
Alison: What vision did you have...
Omar: I knew that I would be rich and wealthy but never
this happy....In University I had many friends
whom I think about till today....
Alison: What were your dreams in University
and who were your friends...?
Omar: My dreams was to achieve an income of
$100.000-00 per month...I had vision to uplift every
single person I meet...I dream't to be famous and be
a leader amongst my friends....I had dreams to look-after
my parents and do what they did for me....My friends in
University were Shamil Mukadam,
Iftikaar Ahmed, Sikander Abdulla, Nadeem Karani,
Yacoob Noor, Shaeen Dada, Nadia Essop, Zakiyyah Kolia,
Farida Essani, Mahira Malhotra, Katrina Hoosein,
Faaiza Noordin, Faheem Amod. Albert Van Wyk,
Binod Menon, Fatima Abed, Mehnaaz Kalla and
many thousands of others who chanted
my name by my window....
Alison: Wow, and what about me....By your window...??
Omar: You are the cherry on top Alison...By my window I mean...
In those days we lived at University and I lived at University
for four years...My friends would call my name blocks away
and some would even wake me up in the morning by my window....
Alison: Oh how sweet....Well I hope that I
can be 'your friend for life....'
Omar: You are...Always Alison....I think my
highest friend base
was when I visited Pakistan in 2010, the best
learning experience in the world...
Alison: Lekker, What did you learn in Pakistan?
Omar: I learnt Urdu and I met many friends from Lahore...
I still have memories of them....I once wanted to
marry a punjab woman....
Alison: Well, Who else you almost married....
Omar: I almost married about three women in South Africa,
but nothing to compete with you...
Alison: Thanks Love....What will you eat...
Omar: I have never tasted Sushi, let's give it a try...
I once had a girlfriend who only ate Sushi...
Alison: Haha, Well I have never dated anyone...
You my first love and only love....
Omar: What will you eat...
Alison: I like American Steak....
Sakeena: Daddy, I like the chicken sandwich...Is it halaal...
Omar: Yes honey, have the ice-blue milkshake that you like too...
Sakeena: Thanks Daddy....Why did you not tell
grandpa and grandma to come along...
Omar: They wanted to look after Zakiyyah...
Do you like the fresh breeze and wind here....
Alison: Well love, I was thinking....
Omar: Oh someone has a lot on their mind...Shoot....
Alison: Since we have f o u r children, should we not
plan another child...I love our children and you
always said that you wanted e i g h t...
Omar: Hmmmm....Can your body cope??
Alison: Yes...You should know Omar, your dreams
are my dreams...
Please don't ever lie or cheat on me....
Omar: I would never cheat...It took me nine proposals to
women who I wanted to get married to...
I think I am kinda settled as to what I want....
Alison: SO no more questions....We going to have
our fifth child soon, in this year...
Omar: I am leaving for Midrad in March...Before then....
Alison: We have a 'midnight date,' this evening....
Sakeena: Lets stop talking and as Hannah Montana says 'Lets dig in....'
It was at about this time in 2017 that everything
seemed perfect for us...Things were slowly falling
into place as I could feel like a true American...
My days and my stories in South Africa were perhaps
forgotten and all I could do this evening was
sit in the comfort
of our home and enjoy the 'pleasure,' of my husband...
Very often we are too engrossed with our daily chores
that we forget the 'love-bite,' moments we share
with our husband, with our children, with our
friends and with our country...Before I kissed
my children to bed this evening, I knew that
whatever they learnt from their parents,
their cycle of life had just begun...And I
could not wait to capture the next moment....
'My Father, The President,'
I started writing this chapter in February 2017 as
Alison Kells with this book that
will be published on CD, Book, Website, and FILM and will be broadcast t
o more than a billion people....
This will probably be the b e s t form of motivation to you the readers
of this book 'My Father, The President....' Towards the start
of this book I had dreams
to follow in the f o o t p r i n t s of my husband Omar Abdulla who this
book is dedicated too...I am Alison Kells and when I start this chapter
I am 24 years old and Omar is 32 years old....Omar Abdulla who plans
to lead the country as President of South Africa was caught one
day crying in his room
when I decided to ask him a few questions about his life and
that will see him lead our country as President...
I would also suggest
that you review previous chapters to gain a bette
of what this book is all about....
Alison: Why are you crying my love...What's up...?
Omar: I am crying because of this song thats playing...I love my
father and my mother
so much and I am grateful for what they have
blessed me with today...
I feel that I am the luckiest person in the whole world....
Alison: Then why shed a tear....Don't let me cry with you and
drown my heart...
What Song?? Not Shar Rukh Khan magic again??
Omar: I was thinking about what they have given me, and I feel
that I have such a large task to provide the same
growing-up to our own children....
Omar: A Song from an Indian film....I am heartfelt
because I feel that
although I am doing well for myself something
Alison: What's missing in your life...We have everything that a
family can own and dream about....!
Omar: Well, when you have seen the things I have seen in my past,
you would also cry...There are so many memories, so many
'treasured moments...' in what I lost and what I gained...
I learnt today that the
past does not equal the future....
Alison: We have four children and our past has
memories of bliss...What's missing and why cry like a
baby my love...What did you loose in your
past that is missing today....
Omar: You know we can talk and say how much our parents have
done for us, yet sometimes you want that feeling to know
that you have the backing from the entire nation to lead the country
One can have trillions of rands on paper, but it means nothing if you ar
e sad and heartfelt...
Our love is great and I am happy with you...What's missing
is my past in a shell
to showcase the memories I once had....We practice hard
to what we want
to achieve, yet I have this empty feeling that I have failed or
let down certain of my friends....
Alison: Oh love, don't come down too hard on yourself...
You know Michael
Jackson failed 70 percent of the time- I was reading
What made him stick out from millions of fans is
his ability to never
give up...Your bad dreams these last months
will come to an end...
You should be proud of what you have achieved baby....
Omar: Thats funny....You know me for the last
e i g h t years...
Perhaps I am behaving
like a fussy child...You know I feel that my ego is somewhat dented....
Alison: Dented how...?
Omar: In School I would win all contests and awards
and always be the winner
who took all prizes on stage...This time I feel that the
competition is much larger
and 'empowering my dreams....' I feel that I have somewhat lost direction
off the course that I was planning years ago...
Alison: So lets gets back on course...You are not a sailor-sailing to India....
Omar: I realize that my actions have not become a full reality...
I am missing so much...
You would never know....Perhaps the empty gaps in my heart
will be filled later in my life....
Alison: You are 32 years old....Which 50 year old can show me what
you have achieved...
People talk about Shar Rukh Khan and all these Bollywood actors,
to me- that means nothing because when I see the
sparkle in your eyes
I realize that I am starring at my dream guy....
Omar: I liss for Chicken Licken....I am going to grab
something to eat,
I will chat to you later...I love you...And Thank You...
Alison: Why do you have to run away when we are in the
middle of a conversation...I will fry samoosa's
to soothe your hunger....
Omar: Not running away....I just feel that my support base
has doubled in
the last five years and I don't know how to '
the way I did...
I feel that I just don't have it in me anymore....
Alison: I watched you on television on the evening news...
'smooth sailing,' from here on end....
Omar: Looks can be tricky...I might look all hunky dory-but it has to do
with me and not us...So relax love...
Alison: No Omar, we are married....What's on your mind is also
on my mind...Spit it out....
Omar: You know once I told you if I had a rose for you I
would never leave my garden....
Alison: Yes, go on....
Omar: Well, I feel that I have been pricked
by a rose that I
plucked out of the
Japanese Garden...My heart, mind and body just
I'm sure the self-powering Omar will be back soon to bite
you in the ass...
Alison: Haha, Well what are you going to talk about at
The White House tomorrow....
Omar: I am still preparing my speech...I guess the best speech
is a speech from the heart....
Alison: I will be right by your side...All Ways-Watching and
speaking to you...I promise....
Omar: I promise I will be your guiding force and soul mate for life...
Oh- by the way, I bought you a gift....Check under your pillow....
Omar: I love you....
Alison: I love you....
It was at about this time that I fell pregnant with my
fifth child before
Omar left for Midrad....He had left to Spain to meet with
United Nations leaders to establish South Africa with
international members from the community...
He had forged relationships with key leaders for the
in the country if certain interest rate policies were kept...
Although The United States was known as the
of North America, other countries had offered to
and take control of certain markets in The United States
according to Russian and Chinese investors...
He had also established networks for the control of
oil prices if certain
vehicle manufacturers were to import the
'hydrogen cars,' that will use
water as fuel...Something that Arabian leaders had
not taken well too...
Our children Sakeena, Akber, Fathima and Zakiyyah
were growing up
well-knowing that their parents love will always
wherever they walked...
When Omar returned from
Madrid in April 2017
we had booked Omar in stadiums for his leadership approach
selling more than fifteen million seats in fifteen states...
I would tour with Omar over the next three months to
strengthen his polls as the future President of South Africa...
The community has worshiped Omar's talks and applauded the
Minister with his 'hard and smart,' work at the top
level in Parliament...
He had discussed issues ranging from family
education, spending, crime, human rights, and
'new ways,' of
speeding American competition to compete with
w o r l d markets....His businesses traded on several
exchanges had rocketed on the news of his power
and provided a net cash return of 88 percent for
who had invested in the Footprints Stock Exchange,
an exchange that held more than 5000 businesses from
the 5000 000-00 businesses...
He had always said that the key to success in any business is not
Capitol but the ability to maintain a balance between
true business skills, 'old-fashioned trade,' and internal promotion
of ones ideas and ethos...
When Omar returned in April 2017 he had said that he took courses on
speaking and 'jovial leadership,' from Anthony Robbins,
Robben Banks, Mike Lipkin, Bruce Willis, John Kehoe
and many other speakers to help motivate his
stand for election...
In 2025, it would be his first run as President of South
Africa and no-matter what I
spoke to him about, he always listened with o p e n ears....
I will always admire Omar Abdulla because of his
ability to 'never say die,'
even when things sometimes look bleak and UN-attaining....
His mind power within himself will always be
remembered by me because he
taught me that we do things 'most of the time,'
for the entertainment
of others and for the self-happiness for oneself...
Something dreamy and sexy about him...
I suppose when you are past the dating phase with
a Man, you look at a person from
how he see's himself from someone else's 'eyes...'
Sometimes we have to change our thinking towards
how we love, Sometimes
we have to change our thinking towards how we see
the 'outer scope of life....'
As the old saying his father says 'when life throws you
a lemon-make lemonade....'
During the time of April 2017 I recorded some information
with my husband which I will gladly share with you....
O M A R often shared his pleasure and pain moments with me,
pain was a force that pulled him down or stagnated his growth...
He would often say that his power is limited because he wanted to save his
mood towards a certain pain. I guess even the most powerful person
in the world
has pain that one has to deal with-I know the way Omar deals with
pain is- he either lets it out on himself by being moody with me or
not doing anything....I can remember this because when we were
dating he would often get frustrated by me by 'wasting his time,' and feeling
that what he did-did not matter...I bet that's why we are married....He would
often get upset if certain goals were not achieved-financially, emotionally
and physically....At that time he had received w o r d from his trainer
that he required to gain 30 pounds in a sport that he enjoyed to
compete with his friends-Boxing....Omar loved boxing
and at times he would come home all beaten up
and sometimes he would laugh at the failure
of his opponents...
A sport that built his muscle tone and mental strength...Omar had
coaches over his career to improve all sectors of his life including
health, wealth, wisdom, relationships and mental attitude...
He had focused on achieving results for himself and
this information to his family, his friends, his community and
his 'uBuntu people....'
One evening Omar and I were invited to The Minister of Aviation
wedding party whereby I truly got to understand what picks
on his heart and mind...
I wore a red dress that he had chosen for me whilst he wore a black tuxedo
and our children wore designer gowns designed by Miami's finest specialist...
We were talking on the table until I realized why Omar ran
after the post as President of South Africa....
"Ever since I read Apartheid stories about South Africa in the local media,
I always felt a sense of uneasiness towards the current government...
Sure Enough, when South Africa was led by a black majority we did
manage to weed ourselves out of a horrid past....I believe
that if I lead our
country as President, I would not only add a dimension
to color consciousness,
but also I believe with the teachings that I have learnt
I believe the days of 'baby-step growth,' are over...
As Americans, we should 'admire and aspire,' to role-models
from our history
to better the scope and visions of the future...." Abdulla said....
It was then that he asked me on the dance floor to share
a special dance with him
and later took the stage with Sakeena and Fathima-loving
and showcasing their affection towards them...
Zakiyyah was growing up fast and cute and would start taking her first
steps in a few months....She had gotten along well with her siblings
and they always spoiled her with bundles of attention and love...
Omar on the other hand had seven siblings whom we all got along
with-who were invited to the same wedding....I remember sharing
special conversations with his sisters Farhana and Salima-that evening...
One thing, they always supported whatever desires he followed and
always complemented our 'loving relationship,' at the best of
their knowledge and heart....
We had attended several weddings where Omar had worked his charm
on our family and he enjoyed meeting new people and
'mingling with society,'...At times I would think that he is an extrovert,
whilst my talks remained for the bedroom....We would often discuss
his past, my past, and our future dreams...He often spoke about creating
pleasure in our relationship besides in the bedroom...I guess when
you are married- you always look for ways to compete your husband
in certain ways...
I decided to write this book because of the constant attention
Omar received and the popularity he had in South Africa and now
in the United States....Our memories will always be
remembered including our
'passionate dating season,' that I will always remember...
I guess the difference between dating and marriage is security...
Omar's father once told me that a woman will love him for security
and not based on love...
That is what perhaps I would have to dis-agree with
because love forms
the foundation of every relationship..
Our United States government was marketing Omar quickly
to become the nations
head in 2025, but there were so many gaps to filter...
I read in one of George Bush's books that a President is not created by
the people, 'a President is created in his heart, mind, body and spirit,'...
When Omar and I first started dating he told me that the secret to life
is pure love...
I laughed and later realized that he was right about so many
things I later discovered on my own....
Whilst I was pregnant with our fifth child I started learning 'new things,'
about my relationship with Omar and the meaning of being a mother
to a child....I realized that no-matter what a mother will always love her
children no-matter what the outcome....A mother is the keeper of the
home and the cherisher of the father...
A mother has so many qualities that I even called my mother up on this
mother's day and told her how much I love her, and how much
I wanted to do for her...Growing up we sometimes take our
parents for granted because we are always busy with the elements of life...
Only later when we become mothers do we truly understand
the meaning of a mother...To me, a father is more like the person who is the head
of the household and shares in the 'glitter and glamour,' of their children's lives...
I realized after some thought that a mother is more important to her children
than a father because a father is only in name...A father will be there when
you need him, and will not come to you if you don't ask...
I later realized that asking my father for time or anything was a
chore on it's own because he was at times selfish towards me...
I guess Omar as a father was different...He always ran around looking
and questioning his little brats for what they wanted...
Perhaps I am being biased because I am a mother....But Omar
knows that a child
requires both parents to be able to lead in all ways....
A father is the bread-winner and most of the time once a
child has past
a certain age, he moves on....To a mother, a child will always be a
child even if the child is as old as 60. I learnt this from my mother
in law who always 'spoon fed,' Omar....She would
always 'do the little bits,'
that a father could care-less about...Even my own father, Herman,
once I got married he got out of my life and till today I still receive
texts from him...
When I needed advice when I was pregnant-my mother was the first
one to be there. The reason I am addressing such a 'touchy topic,'
is because I have visited many homes that families grew up
without either a mother or a father and I realized that
most children will choose their mother, perhaps because
they are soft spoken, perhaps because a mother will do
anything for her child....So, if you are one of the millions of people
who read this- who grew up without a parent...Ring them up now,
and tell them how you feel...Because if you don't truly be honest
to your father or mother, they will never know...
Be sure to be humble-with the greatest of respect. I
sometimes fight with my
father because I tell him he never loved me enough and shout
him for how selfish he was when I was growing up...All people
and all nations have parents...So if you learn't anything from
this book, learn to forgive the ms-haps your parents brought
upon you and learn
to erase their mistakes and make your own future better...
Otherwise if you have read thus far, you have learn't nothing...
American's must learn patience and the willingness to forgive
p a s t mistakes and carry on....We live once in this lifetime,
so we might as well do our best to do our parents proud,
otherwise our life is meaningless and remember that if you
fail to love your parents-you have failed the scope of life...
I remember a joke when I was about ten and
I wrote a mothers day
card to my mother telling her how grand and
loving she is...She smiled...
And then I asked her...Mummy, when is children's day...She laughed at
me and said that my dearest Alison-Your day is everyday, and you can
have anything you want everyday....That will stick with me until the
day I get laid to rest....I remember Omar once told me that
heaven lies at the bottom of your mothers feet,
so if you are still living with your parents...
Do yourself a favor and massage her feet on a daily basis...
This will not only bring you reward in this life, but in
We must learn to say 'thank you,' and 'I love you,' on a daily basis to both
our parents and no money in the world can work its tune on your parents...
As American's we should take our parents like the two hands we
have on either side...
They cannot do without each other...And when they come together,
they will come together to applaud your effort towards them...
Whilst The United States was growing at a fast-paced speed
I started meeting
new people and realized the importance of today...
When things are not going according to plan-sometimes
it's good to re-plan
and act again...
Although Omar's speeches were being viewed by almost
every person in the country
he was being appreciated by the right people and constantly being
referred to people overseas...2017 for many people was a year
that changed many peoples movements towards acting
in the right way...
We had celebrated our six years together and we were
teaching our children
the right ways to act towards their friends and family...
When things were getting well for us towards the mist of 2017,
I understood the meaning of
'changing ones movements and mindset to attract results...'
I often spoke to Omar whilst on his way to the office about certain
things he should tackle with government and the local community...
It's funny that people support you when your
'attitude and altitude,' is in tune with
the current community...
To me, success was doing the right thing and feeling the right way...
Special Birthday's and moments will always hold memories in one's brain,
but I think the best specialty is getting your work appreciated
by the community
and the right people...Omar always had 'wise words,'
to say about me and that formed the foundation of our relationship...
Our children were the foundation and meaning of our
relationship and to me that mean't the 'world of difference...'
Speaking about achieving the right results Omar had a certain way of tuning his brain
into the right tune...
Sometimes it would take it ages to achieve a certain result and I helped
him by changing his constant habits and thinking....Sometimes changing
a certain pattern is the MOST IMPORTANT way to attract results...
He never had a problem with attracting attention because he had the looks,
personality, knowledge, 'guts and gawl,' and stamina to attract the right people...
Ever heard the saying 'it's not who you know, it's where you go...'
Before sleeping we would often learn from each other and visualize the outcome
of what he wanted and how he wanted to feel...
We can all let our dreams become a reality, the only thing
is what we want and
the 'attention we place on it....' I remember how difficult it was
sometimes to attract
the right shareholders in our business who would grow
the business in the
Prayer and constant faith in God would achieve the ultimate r e s u l t s....
Pension rates were increased by 30 percent and pension personalities was
changed to 60 for both men and women...The government had issued an
'amnesty,' for prisoners who were behind bars for five years for
inclusion of a 'new trial,' with the success of technology and others would
receive up-to five years off their prison sentence....
The national broadcast had been increased from fourteen free-television channels
to forty-two with the investment of up-to 121 billion dollars in the
Households would receive 'tax-rebates,' if they lived with four or more people...
Hospice Centers and the inclusion of 'old-age,' homes would be speed-ed
up with an investment of 31 dollars rand by government...
Public schools would be free to all American's...Business Managers and Managing
Directors will be allocated free-advertising in magazines if certain income ratio's
The amnesty for taking money 'out of the country,' will be increased from
$750 000-00 to $1.4 million dollars...
Foreigners will be allocated a passport in the country if living in the country
for more than two years with the security of a job profile...
Bank names will be re-issued or un-barred after five years from the numeral state....
23 billion dollars will be spent on the 'land development act,' for cheaper housing for
persons who are disabled...Income tax will be reduced for 'high-income,'
earners by 10 percent....Housing for large properties will be levy-free...
Children will be able to have sex at the tender age of 16-changed from 18...
Personalities who are unemployed will receive a $3300-00 income
from government for one year-if below the age of pension...
Banks will be taxed by a further 7 percent by income....Parents who are divorced but
have children will have to undergo 'management conversations,' and the law of divorce
will later be discussed in this book....University Fees will be reduced by 30 percent
and a further 15 universities will be built for persons who cannot afford University...
Persons who have lost amounts in share -traded -investments will be allocated
a 25 percent return guaranteed by government...
F O U R new telecommunication operators will be introduced in the country...
Prices of fuel and high-taxed goods will be allowed to be imported by cheaper
exporting nations....No banking fees will be allocated to persons under 28..
These are some of the changes discussed with Members of Parliament
and senior government officials in 2017...
Omar had met with Members of Congress on a weekly basis to see if
The United States was 'keeping up to the taste,' of a first world country...
Very often he would say that some of the discoveries created by Man
were better than some of the American and British Universities...
He was spending hard and quality time behind his desk working out
ways of managing the economy...
I later realized that 'all talk and no play,' makes jack a dull boy..
His speedy talk in speeches on national radio and television
were 'always filled,'
with passion, magic, lust and honesty....He was quickly building polls
in all corners of the country as 'the most talked,' about celebrity
in the country...His release of four films this year will add a dimension
to his thinking and fans...
Once Omar finished with his speech's in stadiums he
would always share
a special 'dance,' and talk about ways of creating a
better future for all...
On the 17th of October 2017- one afternoon I had went into the
garage of our castle and read some of the diaries Omar wrote
since he was able to write..
You would be amazed by some of the truths and realizations I
realized on this day....
Alison: I have never seen so many love letters and fan mail to one
person in my entire life....
Omar: What are you doing snooping through 'old rubbish,'
Alison: I just thought that I'd make some space in the garage, Whew...
AM I amazed....Where did you get so many love letters and fan mail....
I am amazed by the amount of love-letters you
received in your past....
Omar: Ahh, that's nothing....Those letters were received
when I was in love
with many women and the notes scribbled to me....
Alison: You have four bags filled with so
many love-letters and a further
seven bags filled with articles about Omar Abdulla...
Omar: When you smart, you get that kinda attention-in
and till today...Imagine I stored all the messages I have
on my computer and mobile...
Alison: For what it's worth love....I love you much more
and don't forget
that even though I love you so much, I know that our love gets
stronger each day...
Omar: Well, thank you...It took me a long time to find you Alison...
I was just thinking how grateful I am to the creator....
Alison: So what is your secret to achieving all of this and so much
that I don't know about....
Omar: When you love someone, in the past or today
or even the future,
never try to trick the person you love...Keep to the
deals and promises
Sure we are not all angels-like Mother Teresa...
Perhaps the oldest saying
in the book...'Honesty is the best policy...'
Alison: My, My, these girls date back from as early as 2001...
Omar: Yeah, Yeah, they are trophies of my achievements...
In school my trophies- I have lost count, so I kept
from the people to remember my past and know how
much some of them hurt me....
ALison: Hurt you...??
Omar: Yes, if you have not been hurt in your life...
You are not human...The greatest victory is to see the people
after some time, knowing that you have won...
Alison: How Childish...!
Omar: I Know...Perhaps memories to remember the days
I was a 'romeo of hearts...'
Alison: Oh Romeo, Oh Romeo...I am thy Juliet forever...
And I love you so much....
Omar: Thy feeling is mutual....
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our way wherever we went out.....
Many turn-arounds were established in 2017 as The
skills and your ability to make 'all things rosy...'
Alison: Rosy? What do you mean....?
Omar: Well, you have a certain quality that makes me at peace
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when going to press...
Thieves 'ransack,' home in
by Xolani Baloyi
(8 April 2014--FF News) The quiet Pretoria suburb
of Waterkloof experienced a horror nightmare l a s t
evening as eight armed thugs
rushed into the
Pienaar residence in Waterkloof,
couple of jewellery, household contents,
equipment and other 'out-'n-about,'
"Our children had said that the Waterkloof
is a quite neighborhood, where
there is very little
crime, and the neighbors are far
apart, hence our
investment into the home."
says the 78 yr old
Mrs. Pienaar told Footprints
in Waterkloof, that her
husband had decided to rest at
about 8M, and
she was busy in the attic, writing
a screenplay for
"It was around 2:am, when I had heard
window shatter. I thought it was my husband,
he enjoys these midnight snacks.
The next moment,
a man wearing a back-lava, and knife
to my neck,
"I want your money and belongings.
Take me to
the safe, I want it now." the burglar
"The next moment, the other thugs
me, my husband, and the Au pair
who sleeps in
the basement up." she noted.
"They had robbed us from the little
cash that we
have on hand, my wife's wedding
ring and bracelets,
and all the laptops. I could do nothing,
and I was
feeling ill the previous night, as I required
stick to walk. These thugs had forced
me to walk
without my cane, and locked us in
the garage. One
of the thugs had stole my wife's VW Polo,
the other had driven off with my
Benz." added Mr. Pienaar...
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Speaking to The Waterkloof Times,
of Crime and Corruption in South Africa head,
Yusuf Cassim says that he was alarmed
would ransack the retired village
"Retirement villages are the easiest
targets to ransack
homes, and thugs had seen the
fancy vehicles and
over a million rand worth of contents in the home.
They had got away with R50 000 in cash, and
other valuables to the value of
are working with the tracking
the stolen vehicles and other
Meanwhile, other Pretoria residents
to The South African Department of Justice
said that they cannot bear the brunt of loosing
innocent lives and assets to criminals
'too lazy to work...'
"These thugs form gangs in their shanty homes
that meander the suburbs and decide
homes where residents are too weak
to fight back.
Our crime rate is one of the highest
in the world,
and the simple reason is that our people are
too lazy to work. We are fed up with these crimes
and demand governments intervention."
Mr. Johan Oost, a PTA resident...
Miss Tasmia Jassat, a Laudium
resident added to
the statement to other residents
that the other day her father had
Mini Cooper for her, and while returning from
University, she had hit a red light robot.
"My car was idling, and within seconds,
had put in his hand through my window,
off the car, and demanded I step out. He had
stolen my car, my mobile, and my make up bag."
Police Commissioner Mr. Derick Williams says that
they have patrolled the Pretoria district, and that
crime will only come down once
"It is sad that government does not pay up
when they have to invest into new
vehicles and gadgets
to bring down crime, we can't do much."
Mirror, Mirror on the wall who
is the hottest of them all...!
by Laila Mansoor
(16 April 2014--FF News) Whether you are
female, this article is for YOU. I was
asked by staff
from Footprints Filmworks to share
article as we are living in the f a s t paced
where it's not the brain that really sells,
looks, it's the sexy gestures, it's all the
that creates a person to be your
your dream boyfriend, and creates
of magic around the people you
Let's face it, most of us would
rather prefer being
a princess from a storybook, than an
that eats her lunch by herself...
This article is for
you, and if you are reading this
article with due
awe, be aware to take down notes...
Sure enough, we cannot change
codes that our parents have gifted
and we all know the famous saying
beauty lies within, which is all true,
person who is not beautiful, inside and on
Let's talk a bit about outer beauty, then we
will touch briefly, about the inner stuff OK.
Let us say that you are an average looking
male, with very few friends, and have always
envied the good looking guys
and cannot bear
looking at yourself in the mirror...
The f i r s t and most important steps is
"Spoil yourself." Even if you spend 20% of
the current cash you have in your pocket,
start by taking a haircut, shaving all the hair on
your face off, shampooing your hair
with a good
conditioner and shaving (I don't have
to tell you
where...) Next, we can start by either
weight, or loosing the access baggage...
A good toned
body is a l w a y s attractive, and regular
or playing sports is essential...If you are a smoker,
or casual drinker, cleaning your teeth by a
on a six month basis is a MUST...A healthy
body, is a healthy
mind, and what you put in, you will get out...
The next step,
is getting yourself to actually believe that
you are beautiful,
inside and out...Remember that
women don't necessary
say that they like men with an awesome
and wrist watch, but having these essentials
is a must..
Getting back, to spoiling yourself, it's
first about YOU,
then sharing your magic with others...
Once you are
confident in your appearance, all hell
will break loose...
I had a gentleman, who visited me
not so long
ago, who had a failed marriage,
was finding it difficult
to go on a date, and had failed
miserably in all
avenues of his life.
I had advised him, to buy bath salts,
lite a candlenight
bath, shave his greasy beard, and cut
of his hair...I had also told him to
loose his 'flip-flops,'
and buy a genuine leather boot,
with some shirts
and ties...If you look at the same
months, later, he has sparkling
white teeth, wears
the best brands, and is confident
to date any
bombshell he meets.
Now, that we are done with the
and you are satisfied with this 'new-you,' lets
work on the inner you...No better therapy for
repairing and renovating your inner beauty is
through reading, socializing, making
and by being aware. I would suggest
a good start
by reading The Footprints Filmworks Foundation,
magazines, newspapers, websites and other
but if you like a good murder mystery or
the choice is all yours...The key to any
type of inner
beauty is reading and getting to know
a journal from the day you started your
and within three months, you will have
the hottest babe
on your shoulder, or even a brand
new wife...Even if
you have a wife, the trick works too,
as you cannot
love another, without f i r s t
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Now, gets get to the ladies, and Yes,
I know, you want
a guy to jerk off just thinking about you,
but it's not
as easy peachy as it sounds...And,
perhaps it is about
the purrfect nails, the right breasts,
the toned bum
and perhaps the flirtatious attitude.
The law of beauty
when it comes to outer beauty
and this applies to men,
if they really dare...What I normally do,
is I normally
crack an egg, and use (the white mixture,)
as a mask
for my face, and the yolk for my hair...
The white mixture
will leave your skin with a glow, as if you
had sex for three
hours non stop...The yellow yolk,
will leave your hair,
feeling silky soft, with a texture to
die for...Don't forget,
whilst you are bathing, remember
to wash your hair
with a good shampoo and conditioner
and your face
with a facial mask...Other facts that
and yourself to yourself, is regular
prayer, and weeding.
Weeding is a process of emptying
the mind before
bed, all the good, the bad, and
the ugly of the day,
and by simply going to bed without
a stress in the world..
Reading a novel or book just
before bed, allows the
mind to create new memories
and dreams when
you awake in the morning...
It's always important
as a woman to have self-confidence,
and one can
build on ones self confidence
by getting a part time
job, joining a charity organization,
out at an old age home...I always
say that recreation
is the mother of skill, and a man
will never marry you
if you DO NOT have mother qualities...
Yes, if you
in the mood for a one night stand,
and are the type
of woman to screw on the
first date, go right ahead,
and wear your red dress
and flirt with every
man who walks by...Inner and
Outer beauty for
women is not about over doing it..
Wear enough make up
so your eyes shine, and little
enough lipstick to
stain his collar...One does not
have to be an
Aishwarya Rai or Kim Kardashian
to be beautiful,
it's all about you...
If you spend at
least 20 minutes
in the morning before breakfast,
dressing yourself for showtime,
the world is your
oyster...Be confident in taking
cool pictures and
sharing memories, and the amount
that you have, is a true
reflection of your
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Once you have built the self respect
and if you are married, you will notice
that your husband will mystically buy
you red roses,
you will l a s t longer in bed, you will
be more giving
to your children, and even a bad day
with your parents,
will still keep a smile on your face...
Remember, a smile
radiates love, so keep smiling, and
see the difference...
New SPACE GAME has
by Neil Mcdonald
(17 April 2014--FF News) Ever wanted to
an astronaut?? Did you even ponder
it would be in SPACE?? Did you ever
the gravitational pull whilst in OUTER
If you have answered YES, to these
and had the d r e a m s to one day
SPACE, your opportunity has come
The Japanese Council of Aeronautics
Administration has l a u n c h e d
first space vacuum, stretching
where the playing field is orbital...
Speaking to Footprints in Osaka,
engineer Mr. Masakazu Sachie says
Earth's gravitational pull is
9.80665 m/s and when he
on Earth, he had used the
gravitational pull of
the moon, which is 1/4 the magnitude
"This means the new game we have
allow bodies to float, and the station
we have created
allows space soldiers with space guns,
to fight combat,
here on Earth...It's something new
created for the
world, and I'm sure the American's
will copy us,
as they have always done."
he was quoted as saying...
Local Japanese Scientist, Mrs. Satomi Hibiki
The Tokyo Sun, that they had kept
this 'new-innovation,' and had worked
architects for the design of "Yukomo..."
Yukomo, in Japanese means, SPACE LIGHT,
whilst designing "Yukomo," we have
florescent bulbs, to highlight the
of 'fighting in space...'
"We have designed space outfits,
the light guns used when fighting in
have teams of ten, and are squashed in
vacuum to fight each other...
The most amount of
strikes against your opposition
for 60 minutes is
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Businessman Mr. Hirohiko Waku said that he
a proposal by the engineering team to finance
for Y72 million yen, and had bought
a 27% share in
"At first, I thought that it would not work...
showed me a miniature model of the
vacuum, I was
that it could actually work...I
about my son, playing arcade games,
and I said, that
"Yokomo," would suite his ideal much
may fight in this massive structure,
do different acrobatic maneuvers
with little gravity...Heck,
he can even be Superman, and fly, as
the space soldier to fly..." he was
Local, South African teenager,
Mr. Mohammed Ebrahim,
noted to Footprints in Rylands,
that he was planning
to go to Disneyland in New York,
but all that has been
scrapped, due to "Yokomo,"
"I have saved my spending monies
in a money box,
and 'begged-'n-pleaded,' with my father
Japan is the location...I can't
wait to be like Superman,
and fight with the Darth
Vader's of the world..."
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Rivers of sewage flow
by John Davids
(12 April 2014--FF News) The Tshwane Metro
suburb of Mamelodi is facing a major influx
garbage and rubbish flooding reported
"I cannot walk to school with the amount
that floods our community...The other day,
I had to
walk bare feet to school, and by the time,
I got to
school, I smelt like a Dustin, and had to
says a local learner at The Mamelodi Primary
Community leader, Mr. Ivan Dlamini, says
that he had
taken over the community as council
leader in 2010,
and is "fed up," with the amount of
in undisclosed locations...
"When it rains, it really pours, and the
have flooded the community with sewage
that is too terrible to bear. The community
with rats and mice, and riddled with crime."
Another Mamelodi resident, Mrs. Natalie Nkosi,
she was driving into town the other day,
with her husband, that he should clear
at a public rest room...
"When I opened the window for
some fresh air,
I could smell, the toxic waste of the
purity of the community is gone, and
is rattled with snakes eating rats."
In a separate incident, Mr. Michael Ntombi,
to Footprints in Mamelodi, that he normally
at a nearby veld, and the other day,
a massive truck had
delivered 30 tons of rubbish...
"The smell was uncontrollable, and I normally
the veld...These people have no
at l a r g e, and perhaps government
to residents who litter public places."
The Singapore Times, mentioned to
this month, that the ruling party should
to residents who litter.
"In our country, if you are caught pooing
having sex in public, engaging in illegal
you will spend the rest of the weekend
or face a penalty..."
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Personality of the Year for Frank Properties,
Mrs. Francena Mashete,
says that she was perplexed by the
amount of sewage that has
been flowing through Mamelodi in the
past three days...
"Our homes are filled with lizards that
enter geyser pipes...The other
day, I was having a shower, and a lizard
had dropped from the
shower spree. The community is doing
nothing to cleanse
our waters, and I am even feeling ill after
drinking a glass
of water from the household tap..."
According to spokesperson Mr. Shameer
Ali, he says, that
the nearby community has already received
Mamelodi for the sole purpose of drinking
water, toilet facilities,
and other ordinary services...
"Dlamini is in a state of shock...
His community is roaring
with unhappy residents, who want him
voted out off power...He
does not know how to put his foot down,
cabinet members use funds of the community
expenditure...His promise to residents in 2011,
residents must have lights and water, nothing
has succumbed. His
promise was that each household would have
one toilet and
bathroom. Nothing has succumbed.
His promise was to rid
the community of reptiles that infest
the community. Nothing
has succumbed. Today, we have his
residents, rushing to
our community for water, for which
we have to pay the bills."
The Pollution Association of South Africa
that government has done her best
to install a sense of
deserved pride, and Dlamini,
should not be the only
one to be blamed.
"The reason we are experiencing
is because, government companies
on a monthly basis, there should
be a minimum
of eight rubbish
removal companies, and we only have two
operating in Mamelodi.
Our bins, are being emptied on a
bi monthly basis,
they should be cleared daily...
We have too many
who are living off the wealthy, by receiving
rates on groceries and everyday supplies..."
The Sunday Sun, reported to the
community in their
newspaper, that government will be
employing three more
rubbish removal companies within the
next week, but this
does not stop a rat, or snake from
entering your home from
an open window...
Volcano Rotuma erupts
by Vaneesa Mashaba
(18 April 2014--FF News) The volcanic island of
experienced a massive eruption this
afternoon, as the
3000 residents of the island had fled into
and ships escaping the 2090 C lava
pouring out off
Volcano Rotuma says BBC.
"After 289 years the volcano has erupted,
the local community to 'lift-'n-shift,'
escaping the power force that she was breathing."
Rotuma is an island in Fiji, stretching 108 KM in
the South Pacific Ocean...
Fiji, the country is occupied by more than
forming a stretch of
"somatic islands,' forming one
of the base tourist attractions of the world.
"Last night, we could hear the volcano
thought nothing of it. This morning,
we heard fire brigade
officials forcing the community to
shelter on ships and
other watercraft." said Miss. Selina Kesi.
A Volcano is an opening or rupture
in the surface
of the crust of The Earth,
which allows hot lava, or
hot ash to escape from magma
the Earth's crust.
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According to The University of Princeton
are said to have been extinct due to
a large volcano
that erupted more than
65 million years ago...
"The volcano is said to be located
under water today,
but scientists have said that a
massive volcano had killed
the majority of the living population
due to the sulfur
dioxide that destroys the breathing air."
Speaking to Footprints in Fiji. local resident
Mr. Nemia Mathas notes that
the islands of Fiji are
known to be volcanic, amid the
South Pacific tectonic
plate, forcing her away against
the mid oceanic ridge.
"On Earth, volcanic plates are
generally found where
tectonic plates are diverging or
converging. In this
scenario the South Pacific
plate had pushed and
pressed too aggressively against
the mid oceanic
ridge." he explained...
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In a conversation with The Fiji Magazine, a shocked
and shattered resident Mrs. Sonita Avneet
that she had barely escaped the eruption
her husband and child during the early
"The volcano had started erupting
and ended at about 2:pm, killing
three of my personal
friends. We were lucky to be saved
and brought out
alive. It was a disaster that we
Mr. Gabriel Williamson, a school teacher
in The United States adds that
the largest and most
active volcano in the world is located
known as Mount Loa...
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"Mount Loa is in the region of 700 years,
a mountainous range of volcanoes
totally five active
volcanoes. Mount Loa is approximately
and may spew lava at temperatures
above 3000 C,
killing all living life in her pathway."
The largest volcano in our solar
system is on
planet Mars, "Olympus Mons,"
"If a volcano like this were
for a period
of two hours,
all civilization would be extinct.."
Local SA businessman Mr. Arshad Kola
says that he
was amazed by the amount of money
made on previous volcanic eruptions,
volcanic eruptions in Hawaii, and
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"To date, miners have made to
the tune of $892
million dollars since their eruptions,
and we are only
accounting for these two eruptions
in the last
two years. Perhaps I should stop
mining the stones
here in South Africa, and try
to find a gem in Fiji,
this time round."
How to 'ATTRACT,' Your dream
by Mariska Pienaar
Not for person's under 18
(10 April 2014--FF News) So here you are on
starless Saturday evening,
playing with your XXXX, and cannot find
a date or someone
to really recognize you for who you are.
Sure, you might look
like a cockroach with thick glasses and a
not to worry,
Footprints Filmworks is here to make your
life a little easier,
a little simpler and perhaps a little bit
Before, we get into the ideals of how and
what to do
to attract that perfect wife, that perfect
girlfriend or that
perfect fuck buddy, you should have an
idea of what you
are looking to attract before we move
you are looking for a Latina fuck buddy
who will bring every
desire you had in your pants to a reality,
or searching for
a girlfriend who will listen to your endless
or perhaps a wife who will cook for you,
clean for you
and lay there whilst you thrust her,
you have come to the
right place. Ideally, this column is for the
person who is
searching for their soul-mate, the person
who is tired of
dating women who show no interest,
tired of dating women
who have been screwed by every man on the block,
tired of dating the woman who is
ONLY interested in
his bank balance...
At Footprints, we promote healthy living
lifestyles, and the attraction of a partner
for years to come...
So here are some quick and informal advice to
you the reader.
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Building a connection
Women are up to nine times more erroneous than
men (yes it's true,) so choose your pick wisely.
initiating contact with a woman who you don't
important that this perky woman meets the
you have set in your diary. You must have a
of what you are looking for, including details
from her hair length,
her eye color, her body odor, her biggish breasts,
and belief systems, whether she is a
virgin or not,
had endless boyfriends, whether she
and her personality
traits including her upbringing and culture,
her ability to
your dreams, her social skills and
her freedom to accept
you for who you are "boots and all..."
The Good news about finding and attracting the right
partner is that women are far too many, and can be
found on the street corner, the clubhouse pub, the
nearby disco, thousands of social search engines
friends and family. The most important aspect that
look for is confidence and body language
when initial contact
is made. Most women, hate men
who brag or who show off.
So avoid SHOWING off. If you pick
up a woman in a social pub,
she is probably there to get
'screwed, blued and tat toed,' for
the evening, and this is probably the
place where you will
end up with a one night stand.
If you are an internet freak,
you would probably end up with a
girlfriend who has slept with several men, and is
of her mind," and would probably end up
with her after
the second or third date.
At Footprints, we advice against the
above two options as the best options are
"face on," either at work, or university,
or at a casual gathering
with friends and families as these women
are virgins, these women
are even afraid to hold hands, and the
time you would bed them
is when you wed them. THE CHOICE
More good news,
is that women excrete a hormone
Oxycontin, which is
TOUCH. The next time you meet a
woman and bore her
boring stories, touch her...
An example can be a
simple hug, or
touching her necklace and
or by reading a long
magazine article where your
hands brush each other.
that women are six times more
to touch, so touch
her without being over pushy.
It is important to note,
have to make the initial contact, whether
"Hello," or side comment, You have to make
the first move...
Dating is not for the faint hear ted,
because you should be
cool in your approach, never try to be
a little, give a little, surprise her a
complement her a
little. Try to be mysterious with her,
as a date is
not an interview,
rather try to ask her indirect
moment you start asking questions like
"When, What, Who,
or HOW," the dating period
and she will never
text you again, and forget about
brushing her LIPS.
it comes to the dating process,
and after you start dating,
try taking her to
locations that she
has never been too, like beautiful
places. Try experimenting with
like paintball shooting,
ice skating, challenge her in a game
unusual and different.
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The key about dating is
finding each others
strong points, learning to laugh with each other
and sharing passionate
kisses behind closed doors. As a female, women
are attracted to men
who dress well, men who shave regularly,
men who drive sports vehicles
and men who smell good. Take daily showers,
as each human being
has their own scent and no human being has the
same scent as you. After
touching and kissing her after several dates,
she will smell your odor
after she goes home. Buy roses, buy special cards,
pay for all
the dates and L E A R N as much as you can.
Never try to show
her that she is the only woman, always talk about
friends that you
have, but never bring up an old flame that died.
Avoid by all
costs talking about your ex. Dating should be fun,
and try to avoid
being too mushy,
just be your true you.
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Chemistry has proven that it takes
a minimum of
to actually say the "143," word, and
never say the
"I love you,"
w o r d before you actually mean it.
someone and loving someone are two
so be careful
when you actually do decide to say
"I love you."
The feeling of
love far exceeds any human emotion,
creating the feeling of
wanting to be with that person every second,
wanting to constantly
speak to that person, willing to
with cool ideas together
and wanting to give. Love is about
giving and the
more you give,
the more you will receive.
After dating it kinda gets complicated
as you will have arguments, you will
calls your number and it's busy,
you will have
she wants to break up with you
for no reason.
The trick about
after the 18th date, is to
"seal the deal,"
by proposing marriage.
The greatest component about
the ability to see
yourself grow old with that person,
and it's important to take
into account that you share the same belief
systems. If you
passed grade 6, and she has a PHd,
it would be pretty odd
to get on. Or, perhaps she is absolutely
and you look
like you stepped out of a horror
it would be kinda challenging
to create children that look like
Shar Rukh Khan
Rai. Do your research how your
children will look
if your blood mixes
and if all 'gells-well,' plan a marriage
move in together
to try to understand each other,
or pray together about the
dreams the two of you should
It's unfortunate that
hundreds of relationships break
either her mother
wants to be your boss, or his
brother bullies you.
aspect about dating and true love, is that
its the two of you
and no one else. You should take
your love for
like a capsule that no person can
For me, this is true
love, if the person is willing to love
brother or your mother who
Once mutual consent is bridged,
marriage must be on the cards...
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The ideal age for marriage for men
is (27-35), whilst
for women the age remains around
(18-2, as after
29, you will probably attract a male
who is as old
as your father, and it gets even worse,
will use you for only sexual pleasures
above the age of 32, without a
woman, try to tie the knot before 25,
you will sit on the shelve to collec
who will use and abuse you...
Getting back to our
story, once you have set a date
wife, the maximum time spent
after she has said YES is 90 days,
after this period,
the man will either loose interest,
or your wedding
dress might be eaten by mice.
So be quick, and
don't be afraid to marry...
Remember that love is
between the two of you, and if
your parents DO
NOT agree, move out, rent an apartment
and let a pastor marry the two of you,
about wines and cakes. The decision
factors to remember, is that always pray about the
person whom you are going to marry, make
and flow with it. Don't worry about
this and that,
because if he truly, madly, deeply,
loves you, you
will be able to change his habits,
and he will to
you to. In closing, we at
wish you all the luck and success
your dream wife, dream husband,
so that one day we may attend
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JUNE 2015 "Footprints," EDITION
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Couple "remarries," after Divorce...!!
by Ayesha Motala
(8 June 2015--FF News) The South African Xhosa family of
Mr. and Mrs. Ndaba has been 'rekindled, re-sparked, and
re-ignited,' were the chants from St. Mcdonald's cathedral
in Khayelitsha, this morning.
"We are happy to announce the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Ndaba,
for the second time, and we hope the Lord showers you with
his blessings." says Father Ronald Mbata.
According to sources close to The Ndaba's, they were married almost
thirty three years ago, got divorced in 2000, and on this pleasured
day, have re-fueled their love for each other.
"With five children under their embrace, no worry or debt in the world
could separate them. They were 'the most-admired, most- loved, and most-daring,'
couple of the community. Their marriage and joining of heart's once again,
has taught us, that love is always the winner of hearts." says a local
Mitchell's Plain resident.
Speaking to Footprints in Khayelitsha, Mr. Daniel Ndaba, says that after
his divorce from his wife in 2000, he could not handle it, and dated every
woman on the block, but still had to come back to her.
"She is the holder of my children, she is the woman of my dreams,
she is my best friend, and she is my greatest lover. Our marriage today,
is a dream come true, and often my children 'begged-'n-pleaded,' with
me, to re-marry another woman, and my heart still pined for her."
Mrs. Gorgeous Ndaba, says that after her divorce from her husband,
she had lost everything, she had lost her respect, she had lost the
confidence in herself, and always settled for second best.
"Having Daniel around my arm, allows me to have better confidence,
allows me to be free in my thinking, and allows me to be with my
children. This for me too, is a dream come true, and I know that
I have a lot of catching up to do with him since 2000." she
Mrs. Isabelle Sithole, says that she knew the family, long before
they got divorced and often lived in the best homes, and drove
the best vehicles.
"After their divorce, Daniel lost his job at the mine, and she had started
walking the streets asking for money. This relationship proves that
with unity, miracles can happen."
The wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ndaba, is to take place later on today,
after traditional "Labola," is exchanged.
"I have purchased eight cows, sixteen sheep, and five goats, for
the spitbraai, ceremony today. She does not need the "Labola,"
but she deserves it, because she makes my heart very happy."
ended Mr. Daniel Ndaba.
Macaulay Culkin DIES...!!
by Juwairya Khan
(21 June 2015--FF News) What started as a nightmare on Saturday, 20th
June 2015, turned into the sudden death of American Actor, Macualay Culkin,
on this treasured evening in New York, read The New York Times.
"We had a call to the 911 service, claiming that the actor had suffered a heart
attack and overdose on drugs. When we arrived on the scene, the actor,
was proclaimed dead."
Speaking to Footprints in New York, local resident, Mrs. Mandy Williams says
that the "Home Alone," star had returned home to the father, after his drug
cocktail intake of Valium, Viagra, Heroine, Hashish.
"Culkin was often seen in the streets of New York 'strollin-'n-smokin,' after,
his parents divorce. His rich friends had claimed that he spent to the tune
of $5000 dollars per week on illegal and prescription drugs."
Another resident who spoke to The New York Tribune, said that Culkin's
'fame-'n-fortune,' died when his l a s t film, "Monster Rush," failed at
the box office.
"Culkin could ask for a pay-cheque of $20 million dollars in his teens, and
when he reached his thirties even at prices at $2 million dollars, his films,
Culkin who rose to fame as the little cute child, Kevin McCallistor, who
fought robbers entering his home for Christmas.
"Too much money, too much fame, too much heart-ache,' had
eventually killed him," says a New York resident.
Celebrity News, says that Culkin's death comes as no surprise as he
was given a warning two years ago, that he may die, if he continues
"His relationships with Michael Jackson, Lindsay Lohan, Kim Kardashian,
and Shar Rukh Khan, had fueled his drug intake, that caused his
death." concluded Dr. Conrad Murray.
SA RAPPER "Flabber,"
KILLED BY GIRLFRIEND...!!
by Mariam Aziz
(18 June 2015--FF News) South African's a r e relieved that 'this time,'
a r o u n d police had checked the murder scene with a fine comb and
brush, and figured out how and why the late Nkululeko Habedi was killed,
serving South Africa as 'the greatest rapper,' that walked Africa.
Nkululeko Habedi was a well-known rapper known to street gangs and taxi
drivers for lighting their audiences up with his 'smart-'n-sleek,' dance
movements and 'wise-words,' that bedazzled the SA public.
"He was a rapper in his own light, and was a member of the rapping
group Skwatter Camp. His death in March 2015 was followed by
his fans, who fought to understand why his girlfriend killed him."
According to investigations done by police in Johannesburg, the late
"Flabber," was living with his girlfriend in Alexandra, a township
"When we investigated the murder scene we had found struggle
wounds on the deceased with a serrated knife used to kill "Flabber,'
by stabbing him in his heart." says Forensic Investigator Mrs. Elna
Speaking to Footprints in Alexandra, Mr. David Nxumalo says that
he o w n s a shebeen directly opposite the residence of "Flabber,"
and heard the couple fighting from 12:00-2:AM.
"I could hear him asking her why, why, why. I could hear him saying that
why did she want out of the relationship. I further heard that she had
owed him a sum of R500 000 that she borrowed to her father."
Local residents of Alexandra, said that this was a shocking revelation
of the criminal elements of our country, with pioneer residents calling
for the death penalty.
"This is the f o r t h celebrity killing in 2015, and our country still does
not l e a r n her lesson. We hope that when Judge Dlamini gives verdict,
to the accused on Friday, justice will s e r v e it's purpose."
Meanwhile, everyday residents from Alexandra told Footprints in
Alexandra, that well-known celebrities in Music, Sport, Entrepreneurship,
and other 'cool-talents,' were often showcased in Alexandra.
"Alexandra is the Hollywood of South Africa. We are sad to loose a hero
who played the tunes that we all loved. We hope the ruling against
his girlfriend will be a harsh sentence that she lives to regret."
The High Court in Johannesburg, heard on Monday, that the accused
will not be mentioned until proven guilty.
"We are with-holding the identity of his girlfriend, and should our
Judge, agree that she did commit this sin to South Africa, she
will pay the price."
"When a woman commits adultery, she should be punished. When a woman,
commits fraud, she should be punished, and when a woman kills her man,
she should be punished. We hope Judge Dlamini finds it his heart to
sentence this woman for no-less than 20 years behind bars."
HOSTAGES 'HELD,' AT RANSOM
ON FLIGHT OA7865...!!
by Nishaat Samsodeen
(24 June 2015--FF News) South African Airways, reported this morning
the hijacking of flight OA7865 from Johannesburg to London, with
422 passengers occupying the airliner.
"We have confirmation that the aircraft has been idling in mid-air, and
the terrorists are demanding that The South African government pay a
sum of $500 million dollars in their Swiss account, or they will crash
the airliner into the Atlantic." says Radio 98.2.
Speaking to Footprints in London, air traffic controller, Mr. Ian Jacobson,
says that he had received w o r d that the plane was hijacked by Al-Shabab
militants from Nigeria, and should South Africa not 'pay up,' these terrorists
will plunge the airplane into the Ocean.
"Al Shabab's financing from well known financier, Mr. Jameel Bin Abdullah,
has dried up, as the terrorist organization failed in the conquer of Somalia. They
are now s e a r c h i n g for wealthy resources to pay up, or they will
die as martyrs for their religion."
Minister of Aviation and Aircrafts, Mr. Sepho Tatamachance says that
he had received
w o r d from South African Airways that the militants had hijacked the aircraft,
and perhaps WILL NOT plunge the aircraft, as he received word from Lagos,
that the airliner might be landing at an undisclosed location.
"We will not pay R5.5 billion rand to these hijackers as our country had
not played a role in their losses. These militants want to use South African
money to fight wars in upper Africa. We will call their bluff."
Whilst p a s s e n g e r s of the Boeing 747 are chanting to be released saying
that they will pay back the m o n e y, these Islamic terrorists have already
taken control of the aircraft, piloting from left to right.
"These terrorists will kill all the passengers on board, and unless we pay them,
within the next two hours, we could be mourning the deaths of beloved
children. Our urge to government is pay them the money, and let our
relatives come back home. We miss them, we want them back, please
pay them the money." says a Groblersdal resident.
CNN reported that President of Nigeria, Mr. Goodluck Johnathan withdraw
his men from the airliner, or face invasion by South Africa.
"If these terrorists don't abide by our instructions to land the plane
to safety, we will invade the cities of Nigeria, to prove our point. We
have remained aloof with the wars in upper Africa, and should these
terrorists involve South Africa, we will use all military power to invade."
echoed, an Army officer.
The Department of Defense, in South Africa, says that they have a trick
up their sleeve, as the plane has to land within the next 45 minutes.
"They have to land the aircraft somewhere in Sudan or Sweden, so
if they plan to make a fuel stop, our fighter jets are ready to save
passengers and blow the plane up."
/-/3LPFUL^/-/iNT$ FOR /3a/3I3$...!!
by Yaseen Nalla
(13 June 2015--FF News) W H E A T H E R you are giving birth
to your f i r s t child, or your e i g h t h, the process of being a father, or
mother, or certain instances both is different and unique to every child.
"I just became a father, about three months ago, and the process is
simple and fun. One should be 'aware-'n-alert,' with little matters
that make a huge difference. As a father, my job is to provide
for the little child, be there to change the diapers, be awake
when the child cries, and sometimes have to feed her. The mother,
sits and coddles the baby, has to deal with my demands, and sees
to it that the baby is healthy and well fed." says local Klerksdorp resident,
Mr. Brendon Ooshuizen.
Mrs. Sheila Williamson, from the community of Paarl, says that she gave
birth to her second son, and has to deal with four children under the
a g e of five.
"My full time job is running after these brats, who s o m e t i m e s,
makes my life a living hell. I was an attorney before I got married,
and my job is now to be a mother. Being a mother is the greatest
gift in the w o r l d, and sometimes, things just stress-me-out."
Other South African's who spoke to Baby News, say that
'new-borne,' babies and toddlers should be 'thought-'n-taught,' basic
principles that will enable them to excel well over time.
"I had three children in a space of five years, because my husband,
wanted it that way. Each child is a blessing on their own, but if
you have a cool husband, your children will grow up with the
right foundation...Children are great copiers of their parents,
and what you teach them today, they will teach their friends."
says a local resident.
M O T H E R of five, Mrs. Alexia Ndumi, says that she got married 'the traditional way,'
back in 1962, and when she first had her first child, she felt that s h e could never manage.
"My husband was constantly working, and often traveled overseas. He dumped me
with four children in six years, and soon I was known as the manufacturing company
of the community. The
trick to be a great mother is love your children before yourself, be clean in the way
you do things, always discipline your child, and spend quality time with each one
of them, individually. Our children are our future, and if we don't pay attention
to their details, they will fail. Perhaps sometimes, we forget about our husband,
when the kids are always crying." she joked.
Other baby tips read from PAMPERS, say that each child should be spoil't
according to the way their personalities are.
"If you have twins, each twin will cope with different things, in different
ways. If you have children who are constantly appreciated by their parents,
for their good, and disciplined for their bad, they will learn the golden rule
of life, survival of the fittest. We should install programs, the way a computer
is programed, with positive feedback to our children, so that one day,
they can be better than us. Our ultimate goal is to grow the global epic
of life, and if we provide better upringings, better education, better
'thrills-'n-spills,' to them, they will only be able to be better human beings."
Concluding her statements to Footprints in Fordsburg, local resident, Mrs.
Basheera Kotwal says that the secret to growing up your children with
awesome health, wealth and wisdom, is finding the r i g h t husband.
"A husband must have the balance of life in his heart. He must be able to
sit and play with children, provide for their education, be steadfast in his
love to them, and most importantly, never to forget that he should cuddle
me at night. Once you have the right husband, everything else falls into
place, when growing up your babies and children."
Will Julius Malema's 'red-dress,'
WOO ANC STATESMEN...!!
by Shabaan Khan
(1 June 2015--FF News) S o u t h African's locally and internationally
a r e shocked that current EFF leader, Mr. Julius Malema has signed
documents stating that he will be joining the African National Congress,
effective from today.
Speaking to Footprints in Bela Bela, Malema says that South African's
had respected his choice of joining the African National Congress after
a close meeting with EFF leaders.
"I have decided to keep the peace in parliament by joining the
party that I once loved. I have instructed all EFF members to
join the African National Congress, as we believe that with
unity we can be a better community and country. My speeches
to President Jacob Zuma behind closed doors have faired well,
towards the agreements that we have said."
President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma told Die Kleinmond
that the merger of the African National Congress and EFF was a marriage
that brought together 'like-minds.'
"We are pleased to allocate 'new-suits,' to our African National Congress
leaders who have agreed to certain ways of management and leadership,
that will enable a free spirit and freedom of speech. We have remained
the best country in Africa, and our target has always been this."
EFF l e a d e r, Mr. Xolani Seboking says that he was upset that Julius Malema had
decided to join The African National Congress as government does need some
competition to promote the country.
"We believe that the decisions made by our leader today was without our
content and litigation. If he joins the ANC, I will vote DA."
However, South Africans who spoke to M-Net, say that the merger
of the parties was a step in the right direction that would grow
the economy, improve the job sector, reduce crime, uplift the
stock markets, and reduce everyday prices with the improvement
of quality and standards of living.
"We the wealthy 8% pay for 92% of the filth in South Africa. We
demand change, we demand answers, we demand to know where
our money is being spent." jolted a Cape Town resident.
Mr. Jacob Zuma who concluded his s t a t e m e n t to the media,
says that he has to have a rest before he re-juggles cabinet.
"This merger will allow 'twin-tower-powers,' by Malema and I,
and my management approach to this shock, will still be to follow
the footprints of our father, Nelson Mandela."
SOUTH AFRICA'S "COLDEST WINTER,'
by Huzaifa Mansoor
(9 June 2015--) South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia and
S W A Z I L A N D are said to experience the coldest
Winters this May, June, and July 2015.
"We already have sandstorms that are wiping buildings out,
we are seeing vehicles being damaged by hail, we are seeing
plants frozen to death, and we are seeing high speed winds,
causing wild-spread fires." says The South African Weather Service.
According to reports received by Footprints in Zimbabwe, local residents
say that Hurricane Mugabe was ranked 6/10.
"These high winds had caused our farms to get destroyed, lighting
the bushveld. Our farmers are complaining that with the coldest weather,
at bay, we should protect our plants by covering them with plastic."
South Africa is said to experience the w o r s t Winter since 1983,
and one can experience high levels of fog in mountainous regions,
with snow being pictured in The Western Cape, and Drakensburg.
"My husband and I, enjoy the cold weather and have booked a skiing
trip to Drakensburg. We are grateful eight layers of snow fell this
Winter." said a resident.
The South African Department of Weather and Warning said that South
African's should beware the severe cold, by installing under-carpet heating,
fireplaces, lighting and heaters, and spreading the love.
"The best place to be this Winter, is at home."
Other South African's who spoke to The Newcastle Times, say that the
cold front was created by The Atlantic and Indian Oceans, that brought
the coldness to the cities.
"This cold front was caused by Tsunami Van Riebeck in the Oceans. The
strong winds has blown over South Africa." looped, Miss. Rahima
Dr. Sheldon Moonsamy added that the best w a y to avoid the flu, this Winter,
is by stocking up on medication and by dressing warm.
"Pull the wool from the cupboards and start covering your body
to secure against any entry of viruses. We recommend one daily bowl
of soup and chicken."
The South African Weather Bureau noted that the raging waters,
fires, winds and other 'planetary movements,' was caused by the
storms started on 29 March.
"These storms have been looming the borders of South Africa,
and we are seeing the outbreak of nature's talent."
However, South African's who are especially living the borders
of the country are warned that should an evacuation bell be
rung, residents should vacate within 24 hours from their
"We are hoping for the best, but are expecting the worst. We
have further reports that more storms may be looming causing
greater damage to lives, properties, vehicles and other assets."
DEPARTMENT OF OCEANS AND RIVERS TO INSTALL
by Muaaz Murchie
(12 June 2015--FF News) The South African Department of
Oceans and Rivers issued a statement this morning that they
will be installing 'shark nets,' on the country's borders both
at the Atlantic and Indian Oceans of South Africa.
"Already we have eight people reported dead, and six missing due to
shark attacks on our coastal waters. We have installed these shark nets
to avoid sharks entering the borders of SA, harming our residents who
swim, and our harbors that are constantly filled by businessmen."
In a report received by Footprints in Natal, local fisherman, Mr. Zachary
Kissels says that he often fishes the waters of Durban, but these days,
the sardines have dried up.
"I am happy that government has decided to install these shark nets,
and hopefully with the light-houses built, we will have a greater catch. These
sharks eat all our business, and our catches are much smaller." he jabbed.
A local Port Shepstone resident says that her sister was bitten by a shark
and suffered a piece of chuck bitten from her leg.
"My sister and her boyfriend are into surfing, and one warm Summers night they
had planned to have a romantic date on the Ocean. The shark had bit pieces
of her leg, rushing her off to hospital immediately. We are just grateful that
she is alive today."
The Department of Oceans and Rivers in South Africa says that government had
allocated R24 million rand for the installation of the shark nets and light-houses,
and plan to use this funding to prevent shark attacks, to enable a 'better-catch,'
and to ween out blockers of the sea.
"We are constantly faced with thousands of un-wanted seals and octopuses,
and using these shark nets will prevent predators entering SA waters. We have
to protect our shoreline, as we cannot afford more deaths."
"The S P I R I T OF LIFE...!!"
by Farzana Khalik
(18 June 2015--FF News) Let's face it whether you reading this article
in South Africa or The United States, the spirit of life should be
'sustained-'n-maintained,' through the epic of what we call
The image of success that you portray to yourself, ultimately reflects
on the person you love and admire.
"We will have days where we experience stress in our lives, we
will have days where things don't go according to plan, we will
have days we 'fall-in-love,' and we will have days where we win
the lotto. The goal of life is not a destination, but a journey."
elaborated, community resident, Mrs. Caroline Reddy.
Speaking to Footprints in South Africa, local resident, Mr. Hannes
Macdonald's says that the epic of life is to maintain a balance between
relationships, health, wealth and wisdom.
"One should invest ones time, space, matter and energy for ones
future brethren...We should not be over-educated, over-gorgeous,
over-the-top, but keep a balance between intelligence and fun."
Dr. Primrose Tshabalala says that the human body is made-up of
three elements; the mind, the body and the spirit.
"If we don't feed our mind with enough motivational information we
will fail. If we don't feed our body with the right nutrients, we will
fail. If we don't feed our spirit with L O V E, we will fail. If we
our youth, our South Africa, could be the most 'efficient-'n-effective,' country
in the world."
The SPIRIT of LIFE is where we get to breathe fresh air, be free in our
'taughts-'n-thoughts,' be manageable in our lifestyle and show leadership
qualities of life.
"If you are 20 you will choose different dreams, if you are 40 you will choose
different decisions, if you are 60 you will choose different deadlines, and when
you reach my age of 81, you will choose different desires." chubb-ed, a local
The People's Paper, read that the biggest killer of the modern MAN was stress.
"If we don't keep a balance between our 'ying-'n-yang,' we will fail. One should try
to spend as much time as possible with people, one should read a minimum of 50
pages per day, one should 'make-love,' a minimum of once per week, one
should practice forgiveness, one should 'learn-2-love,' in different ways,
and one should smile a minimum of e i g h t times per day."
The South African Department of Health said on their website that more people
are living longer as the biggest cause of people dying young was irresponsibility
by the p a r e n t s...
"If we as parents install the mental programs in our children of living a free life,
of living a life without pain,of being free in our thinking, and by installing
strict discipline methods, we will see the age longevity of South Africa increase."
In a conversation with The Swedish Sun, local resident,
Miss. Portia Delarosa noted
that the secret to living a successful life was keeping a diary, by going on holiday
yearly, and by improving income streams.
"We should have a positive relationship with ourselves
by being 'open-'n-honest,'
in our diary by setting targets and goals. We should go on holiday,
locally or internationally,
yearly to relieve stress, and we should work towards building income
above inflation targets."
The French Tabloid read on their website that all residents of the
global nation can and will experience a better spirit of life, if these
secrets are followed.
"We will have a better spirit of life if we associate with our awesome
friends, families, fans, and sometimes foes...We will have a better spirit
of life if we meet one new person per day, if we engage in conversation
longer than one hour with a friend or group. We will have a better spirit
of life if we see the 'bigger picture,' of growth towards our dreams. We
will have a better spirit of life if we see each person based on who we are,
and not judge them on how they look or dress. The one who rises to
the top the fastest is the one that plans, works his plan, and converts
into reality. We can achieve whatever we truly desire, if we only ask
God, for if God promises the seven heavens and the universe, we merely
have to cherry-pick."
Set your goals, set your targets, imagine who you plan to marry,
that R1 million rand per month salary, or whatever you
truly desire, can and will be achieved if you truly have the magic
in your 'fate-'n-faith...'
Dream Big, set definite goals, have the
e n d vision in MIND...!!
"Thumbs UP," For Miss. Jessica Parker...!!
by Azeema Kajee
(22 June 2015--FF News) The University of Johannesburg, issued a
statement this morning, that one of their l e a r n e r s will be
traveling to The United States to further compete and complete
her career in Music.
"Jessica has been playing the piano for sixteen years, and today we
are proud that she has received sponsorship to the value of
R750 000 to study at The University of Washington. All her tuition fees
will be paid for four full years, including a shot at America's got talent."
said a lecturer at The University of Johannesburg.
Speaking to Footprints in Johannesburg, Miss. Jessica Parker says that
she has all the little boys in the University that 'wag-their-tails,' her way,
but has chosen her career before a n y of them.
"My father always taught me that a man you will find whether you living
in South Africa or The United States. Men are far too many to obstruct by
dream of becoming a world performer. This bursary that a local businessman
is paying for, is a bursary that I have worked sixteen years to achieve. My trip
to The United States on Wednesday, will be a new opportunity to smell the
roses on the opposite side of the w o r l d." she chuckled.
Other residents from The North West, say that they have h e a r d how
Miss. Parker plays on Instrumental FM, and other radio channels.
"She just knows which keys to press to make an ordinary night, into
something spectacular. Let's hope she wins the million dollars at America's
got talent." jolted a resident.
Miss. Jessica Parker who has won this gift from an anonymous business-person
concluded by saying that she will make South Africa proud by studying at
The University of Washington, and by taking care of her hands.
"I always believe that a woman's hands are the entry to her heart. Hold
hands with me this year, and hopefully I bring back the trophy of the best
personality with the highest talent. My dream has truly been achieved by
being sponsored and I know that in the future my CD will be on every
shelf in your home, in every CD case, and on every radio channel."
POLICEMAN "KILLS," WIFE AND THEN
(22 June 2015--FF News) The Indian community of Phoenix, in South
Africa, is s h o c k e d with the slaying of a husband and wife at the
Oxford Avenue in Phoenix, Durban.
"I could smell that something was rotting, but I could not place my
finger on it. After asking my au pair to tell the neighbors what was
wrong, she told me that the residence did not answer. I then called
the local police." said a resident.
Speaking to Footprints in Phoenix, local resident, Miss. Chantal Joshi says
that the couple lived in an upmarket residence in Phoenix, and often
drove the b e s t of vehicles.
"I would see Mrs. Pillay driving new vehicles everyday, and her husband worked
for The South African Police Services. The Durban community is outraged that yet again
the husband had killed his wife."
In a conversation with The Natal Tabloid local residents said that they
had seen the couple in March 2015, and thought they had went on
"I had met with Mr. Avinash Pillay at his residential home, as he
required me to do some work for him. After that, I heard that he had
murdered his wife, as she was having an affair."
According to residents from Phoenix, they say that the couple were experiencing
'wedding-woes,' after the wife was seen on Thursday entering the cinema with
her so-called boyfriend, and later on, booking at a private hotel.
"The couple had booked in a R400 room at about 7:PM in the evening, and
left before Sunrise." says hotel manager, Mrs. Erica Smith.
According to the local police, Inspector Avinash Pillay had worked as a
'delivery policeman,' investigating crimes including fraud, rape, theft,
"We were a w a r e that his wife Mrs. Chantal Pillay was unhappy in
the relationship. I had attended their wedding in 2008, and they
were so happy. Perhaps the wife thought that with no children,
she can play a bit." said an associate of the police department.
The Durban community have taken to the streets blaming the husband
for shooting his wife, and blaming the wife for committing adultery.
"If we were living in Saudi Arabia, the death penalty would be decided upon
the wife, and we are saying what the husband did, was totally wrong. We
have l a w s in South Africa, called divorce to protect men against whores."
said an angry resident.
"When you take the vow of marriage you promise never to betray
your husband, never to cheat on your wife, never to break your
promises to your husband, and never to be-little your wife. This death
again was caused by too much money, and too much freedom, provided
by the husband." says Miss. Raeesah Ebrahim.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Hemali Peters concluded that this tragic loss by
the community will be mourned by friends and families on Sunday.
"We will miss her gorgeous smile, and his ambient personality."
The South African Police Services (SAPS) bridged that their investigations had
proved that Mr. Pillay had killed his wife.
"Our investigations are complete as we found blood spatter on
the walls, we found the bedroom all messed up, with a single
bullet wound to both residents. Our advice from the police, is that
crime does not pay, rather choose the option of divorce. Women and
Men who cheat do not deserve to walk this Earth, but death is never
The MAN BEHIND LENASIA...!!
by Yumna Motani
(18 June 2015--FF News) It t o o k me almost two w e e k s
to schedule a meeting with one of Lenasia's first pioneers, who
walked the l a n d of Oupa Fats in March 1962, building the f i r s t
mosque in Rose Avenue, standing against the Apartheid regime,
fighting against The White government, and being a strong and
steadfast leader of The African National Congress.
Dressed in a beige suit with a white shirt and brown tie, "The Man
Behind Lenasia," says that he had moved from Kliptown, in Johannesburg,
to settle with his new bride and mother in Lenasia.
"Lenasia is bigger than a n y other Indian community in South Africa, being
the most admired, most cultural, most community driven and most upmarket
Indian community of the modern era, " he quirked.
"When my wife and I moved to Lenasia, we lived in a Council two bedroom
home, and I remember at that time there were at most 3000 residents, today,
Lenasia can be seen as occupying more than 300 000 households. We purchased
our first property in 1962, and later our families got bigger and bigger, and soon
I was offered to purchase the local medical center in Lenasia." he further says.
Speaking to Footprints in Lenasia, Dr. Mohammed Adam, says that he was offered
properties at R3000 per council home, and those homes have become 'mega-monsters...'
"My work in the community is managing the successful hospital that I own, being a father
and son to the family, negotiating deals for my sons, and being
a joke to my daughter-in-laws. What I have learn't in my time in Lenasia, is
never move out, even when the beauty seems to be greener on
the other side."
The Lenasia Chronicle, wrote on their website that Dr. Mohammed Adam,
became the first doctor in South Africa to perform a brain transplant,
and his hospital is the h i g h e s t grossing private hospital in
the Southern Hemisphere.
"I have no-one to thank, but Allah. Whatever you have today, is a gift
from Allah. Yes you got to have the right partners, yes you have to have
some risk in your life, yes you have to l e a r n to trust people, and yes,
sometimes no matter what, you have to accept a loss."
Achieving the t r e a s u r e d goal of six children, twelve grandchildren
and two wives, Dr. Mohammed Adam laughs by saying that women will come
and go, but your h e a r t has to remain in the community.
"For me no money in the world will stop me from praying my Salaah,
no money in the world will stop me from speaking to my children,
and no money in the world will stop me by pus-using my wives. We lead
separate lives as individuals, but not a night that goes by, I do not
get the feelings of passion, pushed my way."
Dr. Mohammed Adam further elaborates that when he walked the streets of Nirvana
street in 1962, never did he imagine that ruthless residents would abandon
and move to surrounding communities Roshnee, Fordsburg, Laudium, and Mayfair.
"Many of our original back-packers in Lenasia have betrayed the community by
moving out, saying that crime is too high, and that the community is being sprinkled
with foreigners. My view of Lenasia, is that a community will never change, if the
true roots lie bedded within."
Other community residents of Lenasia, including Mr. Sayed Mia, Mrs. Fatima Seedat,
Miss. Shamima Mehtar, and Mr. Haroon Choonara say that Dr. Mohammed Adam's role
in the community is monumental and he even does more work than local council
"Our street lights are always on, our reservoirs are always full, our lights
are always burning, and our dustbins are always clean, because of
this Man. If his strong relationship with the ANC was not as good as it
is, who knows where Lenasia could be today." jolted a resident.
Local resident, Miss. Priyanka Govendar says that although she is happy
living in LENZ, the community life is gone to the dogs with drugs being
sold on every street corner, prostitute havens in quite hotels, and
drag racing during midnight.
"We are loosing the old-culture of Lenasia, as our original forefathers
have taught us. Today's youngsters can be seen booking women
in Lenasia hotels, drugs being purchased in dodgy streets, and we
can hear the engines of vehicles racing at night. If we really want
to bring back the community spark we should hold community gatherings
that inspire our youth that unity lies in the community."
Mr. Waheed Camroodien, a local journalist, says that he lived in Lenasia
from 1962, and g r e w up with Dr. Mohammed Adam.
"Dr. Mohammed Adam's daughter is married to my nephew. We are a close
bond of families that strengthen the brotherhood of Lenasia. We can never
say that Lenasia was built by one man, but by several thousand."
Dr. Mohammed Adam, concluded his statement to Footprints in South Africa,
that he will continue to provide awesome care to our ailing patients, that he will
continue to support the likes of The African National Congress, that he will continue
to 'protect-'n-promote,' Lenasia as best as he can, and most importantly, he will
do his best to provide education to the thousands of un-borne youth the importance
of community leadership.
We at Footprints Filmworks, would like to give a
"Thumbs-UP," to Dr. Mohammed
Adam, for his brilliant and effective work in the community.
Keep up the great work.!!
Omar Abdulla "finally,' MARRIES...!!
by Naaznin Soomra
(21 June 2015--FF News) W H A T most South African's dream
about, pray about, and sometimes do achieve will be celebrated
on Sunday, 21 June 2015, the marriage of one of South Africa's
biggest playboys to the woman of his dreams, only known as
"We had met several months ago, and have decided to get married. This
is a marriage that I have been thinking about for some time, and I have
made my decision to show the world and her family, that I truly, madly,
deeply love her." he told The Sunday Sun.
Mrs. Zakiyyah Abdulla who met Abdulla several months ago, say that she
had loved his smile, loved his personality, loved his humor, and his dreams,
that forged her to say YES.
"Omar has always been the epic of the community, and today, I want
to show the people whom I love, that love does exist, and marriage
is always the answer."
Mr. Abdulla told Footprints in Laudium, that his wife was not 'from here,'
and was happy that she finally agreed to their marriage, today.
"When I proposed to her in March, it took her two weeks to say yes. I am
grateful to her parents for trusting me with their daughter. I believe love
is the answer to all of life, and if the person makes you happy, marriage
should be the answer."
South African's from all over Laudium, Lenasia, Upington, Umhlanga, Klersdorp,
Brits, Rustenburg and from selected locations internationally are said to
"I believe when a boy reaches his thirties, it's the time
to settle down. My
son has broken many hearts and many hearts that still do love him, but
today, we will have to let him go, to the woman he loves." said his
"I will have to change for the best, be the best that I can, and hopefully,
follow the footprints of my father." Abdulla further said.
Miss. Zakiyyah Abdulla concluded her statement that it was her dream to
marry Omar, and she cannot wait for the next moment.
"We will come across challenges in our lives, we will come across moments
where we feel fear and afraid, but marriage should be a ride that we all
enjoy, as part of our lives as humans."
Mr. Abdulla says that the private wedding will be attended by friends,
families and fans of the local community, and finally he has found a pot
"Love is always the answer, and our marriage today, should be
a journey for all South Africans."
WHAT MAKES A HOUSE A HOME...!!
by Zeenat Bismillah
(2 June 2015--FF News) Perhaps you are living with your girlfriend, or
a few friends from University, or maybe you might be married, or perhaps
you might be living with your p a r e n t s, the root of ones quality and dreams
are forged with the members of the house-hold whom we live with, share
our meals with, and share our inner and personal stories with.
"The m o s t important aspect of our daily living is how we spend our
time. If we are in the company of our family, we should do our best
to make the environment as clean as possible, as technological as
possible, as clutter free as possible and as smart as possible. The way
we design our lifestyle homes, should be a reflection of how we are
as personalities and human beings who share our space with us."
Speaking to Footprints in Lesotho, local resident, Mrs. Tamara
Gibbons, says that she recently got married, and adjusting to the
lifestyle of her husband was a giant step.
"I am like a cat, and sometimes he is like a dog. I like to make my
bed in the morning, see to it that nothing is laying on the floor, seeing
to it that the house is clean by 11:am. The day my husband is at
home, we only get done by 2:PM, because he wants to iron, he
wants to shower, and he has other things to do. The way we
build our houses, the way we live, builds quality in the homes
that we build. I am still adjusting to his messy habits."
Another resident who spoke to TOP BILLING, Mr. Fabian De Lange,
he says, that he started decorating homes in the 1980's and what
makes a house a home is the people.
"Each member of the household should have their own space and
own contents that they are accustomed too. The play station should
be neatly packed, the curtains should often be washed, the garden
should be maintained, and other household duties, that one has
to do on a daily basis."
The Daily Sun, read in their newspaper that one should rather save and
spend on quality, then spending on cheaper accessories to fill the home.
"Never over-leverage yourself when purchasing contents of the home.
Always buy new furniture, fridges, clothes, and other accessories for
the home, on cash. If you choose to create extensions to the home,
then only, is bank finance applicable. We advice to hedge
into your home, so that each member of
the household contributes her share."
"When my girlfriend moved into my house, I thought that my hotel had
become a shack. Her clothes were always all over the show, her hair filled
the bathtub, and she often used greasy make-up that would never wash
off my collar. When you move into a home with your partner, be sure, to
have rules that the both of you agree and disagree, so the environment
remains clean and smart." said a Brussels resident.
"Our Indian tradition allows for the wife to move into the parents house,
once they have consummated. After that, the husband and wife lead
their own lives in the household, where one meal is eaten together as
a family, and the rest is shared in their own kitchen. As Indians, we believe
that our p a r e n t s should teach our wives a minimum of 2 years, before,
they move into their own property." says Mr. Rafiq Deedat.
What makes a house a home, is the way the home is managed and kept,
added another local housewife, Mrs. Isabella De Santos.
"I have three sons, and two daughters, and most of the time, when they
leave for school and university, their rooms are in a mess. What makes a house,
a home, is a father, mother, sons, and daughters, and if you can afford it, au pairs,
who keep the home neat and tidy. It's always beautiful to add a touch of fresh
roses, tranquil paintings, light paint colors, and the property to be well illuminated.
Keeping proper burglar bars, and alarm systems is an addition to the home."
The Designer Plus, read on their website, that once a home has the right feeling,
visitors of the family will always be attracted to the home.
"It's no use, spending millions of rands on a dream home, and you don't have
guests. The true touch of what makes a house a home, is the guests that
visit the home. Always offer your guests a cup of tea, and biscuits, and
always be dressed to welcome people. What makes a house a home,
is the people, and how we treat each other. So, even if you are living
out off a shack, always treat your guests, with the right vibe, and
be sure, that your home will have the right feeling of love."
ZIONIST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'celebrates,'
four million members...!!
by Mathima Ngobane
(28 June 2015--FF News) The Zionist Christian Church
head-quart-ed in Polokwane, South Africa celebrated it's
4000000th member this afternoon, with members starting
as e a r l y as 1921, founded by Mr. Engenas Lekganyane.
"I was six years old, when I f i r s t got baptized by father, William
Wayne and since then I have been a faithful leader of the Church."
says Mr. Tumelo Kekane.
Kekane says that the oldest living church in South Africa, had helped
four million South African's in 'keeping the peace,' being a spiritual
leader in the community, bringing people together and unity of strength
"Jesus Christ thought us to follow in his footprints, by bestowing upon us
the holy Bible, to f a s t in the month of Lent, to respect the day of
the Sabbath, and be true to our teachings." he further noted.
Speaking to Footprints in Polokwane, local leaders say that they pray daily
to Modemo, the creator of the seven heavens and the universe.
"Whether we call him Allah, God, Lord, Modemo, Yahweh, Vishnu, Father,
or the Supreme Being, God is one, and for all of us, whatever religion
we belong to." said a local resident.
"Yearly we attend a prayer ceremony where millions of residents attend the
40 day cleansing of the soul. During the period of Moria, ZCC members gather
to meet their brothers and sisters, and bring peace and love to the people
that they care for. People who are members of the ZCC are accustomed to
the way the church is led, to the way the church is managed, and to the way
the church is maintained." said a church board member.
"The miracle of life is to believe that you can achieve whatever you truly, madly, deeply desire.
If we be steadfast in our prayers, treat people the w a y we want to be treated, do not
commit sins, and be faithful to our partners, the world can be a much better place.
South Africa is plagued with HIV, drug-addiction, crime, and many other factors that
bring down the country. If we bow our heads for two minutes per day, the
quality in our lives will increase 1000%," says Father Nicholas Seshabe.
Local residents who spoke to The Polokwane Times, say that the history of creation
began long before the big bang, and even before the universe had begun.
"Each holy book teaches that love thy creator, thy creator is closer to thee than
the jugular vain, and that if we just have the faith of a mustard seed, the universe,
and her contents are ours. So, each day, we should try to do something good,
give charity, be honest before answering, and above all, we should have common
sense in thinking. If we as a 'global nation,' hold-hands, for a better future, better
youth, better country, we can just do better than our forefathers." says
Miss. Tanya Mashaba.
Pastor, Lawrence Mathabne concluded by saying that the community of South
Africa should 'come-over,' anytime, and that the message of God is available,
"If we just learn to understand that we are so small, and that God is
so majestic in the way he does things. Sometimes when we feel we
are loosing the faith, we should also re-kindle the love for God. Come
to Polokwane this December, make pilgrimage, and prepare to find your
creator. Have the
faith in yourself, love yourself, be the best that you can be, as you never
know what might hold for you next."
Tasnim Dangor Mia, to take the role in SA's
by Sakeena Joosub
(19 June 2015--FF News) L E N A S I A S very own model and
charity ambassador, Mrs. Tasnim Dangor Mia, has won her first
role in a major film, in South Africa, read The Saturday Sun.
"Pyaar, Pyaar, Pyaar," is an Indian block-buster produced
in South Africa, India, and The United States. We are proud
to welcome Tasnim on board the film set, across Bollywood
actors, South African producers, and Indian dancers. We had
chosen her after her work with the community, and her international
modeling experience." read The Lenasia Chronicle.
Mrs. Tasnim Mia, who spoke to Footprints in Lenasia, said that the work
experience of working with the community, leading charity organizations,
and with her modeling experience, had proclaimed her to take the
"I love making people happy, and hopefully my guest appearance,
in this film, will motivate South African's, that with beauty and brains,
lies simplicity. Watch me in Pyaar, Pyaar, Pyaar, this 2015."
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