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Everyone desires liberty, but when some persons commit gross crime, they get secluded from others. One if this prison is nicknamed “The Gateway to the Fifth Circle of Hell”. Let journey through some of the very most populated prisons in the world.

BEWARE: THEIR ARE LOT OF MOST POPULATED PRISONS IN THE WORLD, BUT THIS IS OUR TOP5.
5. 
Gitarama Central Prison, Rwanda.
Originally, the Gitarama Central Prison located at Rwanda was designed to hold about four hundred prisoners. But about the mid 1990s, it has over stretch it capacity and was holding about seven thousand prisoners.
This was especially because of the Rwanda genocide that took away many lives and the prison became the home of many. 
Ill maintenance caused many to rot here. This place was known as hell on earth. 
Imagine per square yard being occupied by four inmates.
This prison was just a fenced spaced with no roofs, forcing prisoners to stand for very long hours.
More crimes were recorded, even cannibalism.
4. 
Sabaneta Prison, Maracaibo, Venezuela
From physical abuse, gang violence, overcrowding and disease, The Sabaneta stands on our list as number three.
Globally, Venezuela has the world second highest rate in homicide, so you certainly know how congested here would be. 
 Humberto Prado, director of the Venezuelan Prison Observatory, says that 80 percent of Venezuelan prisons are actually run by armed inmates.
Reports says the Prisoners and Guards are in ratio 150:1.
Such a huge ratio. 
The prison has a system of government called “The Gang-Controlled Hierarchy”. Low profile inmates are forced to pay to the top gang leaders to secure a place to sleep, and if they want water, many prisoners must drink straight from corroded bathroom pipes.
So I’ll..!! 
As a result of such abhorrent abuse and dominance, riots have broken out time and time again in the prison’s bloodstained history. 
In 1994, 108 prisoners were killed in a particularly brutal riot that left the prison scorched black.
In 2013, 16 inmates were killed during another brutal riot.
The perpetual war between rival gangs led to the beheading and gruesome dismemberment of several victims, and a follow-up raid found a large stockpile of assault rifles, grenades, and even endangered animals, which belonged to the “Pran,” the leaders of the prison hierarchy.
In the words of former Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, Sabaneta is “The Gateway to the Fifth Circle of Hell.”
3.
 KiriKiri Prison, Nigeria 
Kirikiri Maximum Security Prison located in Apapa, Lagos State, Nigeria.
First established in 1955, it’s official capacity was 1,056.
As of February 1, 1990 its official capacity was 956 but it actually had 1,645 prisoners. A 1995 report by the Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board stated that it was “already famous” for its overcrowding.
Some death row inmates are held at Kirikiri.
As of March 2018, the prison held approximately 5,000 prisoners, 3,700 of whom had been awaiting trial for five years or more, an estimate shows that 70% prisoners here have not being tried yet. 
It is a big house for some of Nigerian big elites which includes:
Chief Bode George
Al-Mustapha
Major General Shehu Musa Yar’Adua
Fela Anikulapo Kuti
Olusegun obasanjo
2. 
LA Sante Prison.
So unfortunate it on this list, but the activities carried on this prison got it on our number two. 
LA Sante prison is located at Paris,  France. It is popular know for it’s brutality. 
Imagine inmates taking their own life rather than serving their jail terms. 
That the even in the year 1999 when a hundred and twenty four prisoners took their own lives.
Within this prison, a hierarchy is formed, making some so powerful, influential and dominant over others. 
While those in the prison poor category serves as slaves and servant, making it inhospitable for them. 
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1. 
Black Dolphin Prison, Russia. 
The last on our list finally arrived. Does the name gives you any idea what happening inside? 
Store your imaginations and join us explore. 
The black dolphin prison, not so so much know for it population. Rather, for it Formost brutality.
See why it’s our number one. Only the worst and worst of all criminals are sent here. The lists includes top criminals, murderers, rapist, pedophiles and even cannibals. 
From the types of criminals convicted here, it obvious the guides to be here must have a similar heart, They are all brutal. 
The prisoners never sit nor rest for 24 hours until it time to sleep. Imagine being blindfolded and punished half a day for hours, that the event here.
Only those sentenced for life are sent here, so it pain, torture and suffering till the day of death in this prison.
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BIOGRAPHY OF NIGERIAN JOURNALIST MUKHTAR DAMBATTA

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Mukhtar Sagir Dambatta (born 1 June 1998) is a Nigerian journalist, blogger, columnist, politician and entrepreneur.

Mukhtar Sagir Dambatta was born on 1 June 1998 in Dambatta local government area of Kano State, Nigeria where he obtained his Primary and JSCE from Abu Hanifa Academy, Kano State, then moved further and obtained his SSCE from Rumfa College Kano State. He is a graduate of Mass Communication from École Supérieur de Gestion et de Technologie (ESGT-Benin University) Benin Republic.

Dambatta was a students leader, he was the President of the Great Advancement of African Students Association (GAAAS). In 2020 Dambatta elected as National Chairman of Nigerian Youth Political Union (NYPU).

In September 2020 Mukhtar called on Nigerian students from school resumption due to the abduction of Abubakar Idris Dadiyata, a lecturer and fierce critic of the Nigerian government, who was abducted from his home on August 1, 2019,  in the Barnawa neighbourhood of Kaduna, in northwestern Nigeria.

Mukhtar is currently working with Prime Time Newspaper

Nationality: Nigerian
Occupation: Journalist, Blogger, Entrepreneur and Politician

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Classic Forex Trader Biography, Cars, Real Age, Contact, Net Worth

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Classic Forex Trader Biography

Classic Forex Trader is the founder and developer of the first talking robot called “Fx Talking Robot”. He is a South African who make thousands of dollars daily from trading with his robot.

While some claims his robot doesn’t work, many others shares testimonies of how successful the robot is. You can use the comment section below to share your opinion.

 

How Old Is Classic Forex Trader

Classic Forex Trader is 20 years old from the information he personally shared.

 

Classic Forex Trader Cars

BMW GT and Mercedes Benz in less than two years of trading.

 

Classic Forex Trader Real Age

Thapelo Lesenya

 

Nationality

South African

 

Occupation

Forex Trader

 

Classic Forex Trader Contact

Conclusively on Classic Forex Trader Biography, you can reach out to him via WhatsApp on +27680536880.

 

Classic Forex Trader Net Worth

We ain’t sure but it’s an estimated $500,000

 

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Can Bitcoin Become the Next Global Reserve Currency?

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One of the most interesting trends surfacing in the crypto industry today is the increasing likelihood of Bitcoin emerging as the next global reserve currency – something that Bitcoin fundamentalists have been preaching for the last decade. 

With the combination of transparency and decentralized trust brought on by the blockchain, individuals and companies across the world have had the opportunity to participate in a free financial system since the emergence of Bitcoin some twelve years ago. 

Since the dawn of Blockchain, trust in this trustless system has been slowly rising with a diverse range of individuals, institutional investors, and even world governments investing in the technology and the various tokens in circulation today. One result of this has been the free flow of liquidity across borders in a remarkably revolutionary way – satisfying the ever-growing need for a more efficient global financial system. 

Mr. Yoon Kim is an accomplished and dynamic crypto analyst and strategist. He successfully built the TMT sector of Tremblant Capital and helped the company increase its AUM from $200 million to $5 billion in five-years’ time. He then launched Vestry Capital, a global TMT equity fund as the head of which he served as an advisor and consultant to various hedge funds and blockchain projects.

With his 20 years of experience in investing and in the blockchain industry, Mr. Kim acutely understands these shifts in the global financial system. 

For that reason, one of the key topics of conversation during The New Normal of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency panel which AIKON organized in late October was “where the future lies for the USD and its long-term position as the world’s reserve currency”. 

Mr. Kim indicated that the USD losing some of its standing in the global financial system and possibly its status as the reserve currency as an inevitable product of blockchain’s accessibility and decentralization. 

As Mr. Kim has pointed out, the current financial system has been in place since World War II – 75 years now! On average, global financial systems have typically lasted for ~70-80 years each. We are, then, coming to the end of an era and can stand with bated breath awaiting the next financial revolution. 

Moreover, history has shown that significant global events often precede the breakdown of institutionalized financial systems. For the Pax Britannica, it was World War I. For the global financial system, we have today, it may very well be the impact of COVID-19 on the world economy. 

Having been a staple of the global economy, and considering the turmoil, the US has endured throughout 2020, USD is in serious danger of being dislodged from the position of power it has enjoyed over the last three-quarters of the 21st century. 

Given the amount of influence that US politics now has on the rest of the world, and being mindful that the level of engagement that USD (as a global reserve currency) will have on the rest of the world after the presidential election will probably never reach the levels from 40 – 50 years ago when it was at its peak. With the decrease in the level of engagement of the US with the world economy after the Soviet Union dissolution, what we see now are the effects of the politics that took 20 years to materialize. 

In that sense, Mr. Kim pointed out that it is very probable that USD is about to be dethroned as the most important currency in the world. 

And while there are those who would like to see the Chinese RMB take its place, Mr. Kim considers this very unlikely to happen. For one, dethroning USD from the position of the global reserve currency would put a significant amount of pressure and responsibility on the Chinese financial system, responsibilities the country seems to be shunning presently. For instance, China has been accused of intentionally increasing demand which then leads to an increase in the prices of international commodities. 

Therefore, the question is what will supplant USD as the global reserve currency or at least become an alternate reserve currency running in parallel with USD?

Mr. Kim stated that Bitcoin seems to fit perfectly, especially taking into account the timing of its rise, as well as its ability to cross borders with very little effort. 

As political and economic relations between the US and China continue to collapse, it is becoming increasingly unlikely that either the USD or RMB will be viewed as a viable global reserve currency going forward. 

Bitcoin may prove to be the thing that both nations, as well as the rest of the world, decide they can live within the upcoming decades. 

While the Chinese government is actively restricting crypto trades, there is massive support within the government for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. This implies that they have a long-term strategy in place, where Bitcoin would be used to dislodge the USD as the global reserve currency. 

In the same way, we’re seeing the causality of the US global economics politics conducted in the past 20 years and its effect on the situation now, there is a good chance that 20 years from now we will have Bitcoin as the reserve currency of the world simply because it will not be controlled by any one nation and its financial system. 

Should Mr. Kim’s predictions come to be realized, individual and corporate players in this new market that is quickly gaining momentum should be preparing for the shift.

This article originally appeared on aikon.com

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