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Rave News Digest: Kevin & Eniko Hart Welcome Second Child, Biden’s “Inshallah” Dubbed Historic, Serena Williams + More

Rave News Digest: Kevin & Eniko Hart Welcome Second Child, Biden’s “Inshallah” Dubbed Historic, Serena Williams + More


Kevin Hart and wife, and Eniko welcome second child, Joe Biden’s “inshallah” during debate dubbed historic, Serena Williams withdraws from French Open. Stay in the know with our Rave News Digest which summarizes five of the hottest global news you need to catch up on, saving you time and energy. Consider it your daily news fix. Kevin Hart wife welcome baby girl.

Here is a rundown of five of the hottest news topics…

1. Kevin Hart and wife Eniko welcome 2nd child

Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko have welcomed their second child, a baby girl! Eniko confirmed the happy news in a sweet social media post early Wednesday morning. “Thankful, grateful, blessed,” the new mom wrote. “A little bit of heaven sent down to earth.. welcome to the world baby girl.. we couldn’t love you more.”

She also shared her daughter’s gorgeous name: Kaori Mai Hart. According to the post, her daughter was born on September 29. Eniko shared the same image to her Instagram story, adding the caption “Hello princess” with two heart graphics.

This is Kevin and Eniko Hart’s second child; their son, Kenzo, is two. Kevin has two other children, Hendrix, 12, and Heaven, 15, from a previous marriage.

2. Togo appoints its first woman prime minister

Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe has appointed the country’s first female prime minister, Victoire Tomegah Dogbe.

Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe on Monday named the first-ever female prime minister to head the government in the West African nation. Victoire Tomegah Dogbe, 60, replaces Komi Selom Klassou, who resigned on Friday.

A close ally of the president, she has served as his chief-of-staff since 2009 and held several ministerial positions since 2008, including recently that of development minister, and also chief of staff of the president’s office.

3. Biden’s “inshallah” during US debate dubbed “historic”

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden cast doubt during Tuesday night’s debate on whether US President Donald Trump would ever release his tax returns. “You’ll get to see it,” Trump said repeatedly as moderator Chris Wallace pressed him to commit to a firm timeline. Biden retorted, “When? Inshallah?”

Though the Arabic language phrase translates to “God willing,” it also has a conversational meaning of uncertain obligation. Biden earlier released his personal income taxes, which show the former vice president and his wife Jill Biden paid about 30 percent of their $985,000 gross personal income. Trump, on the other hand, has refused to voluntarily release his income tax returns – a presidential custom stretching back decades.

4. South Africa puts 57 countries on its ‘banned leisure travel list’

After weeks of speculation, Minister Fikile Mbalula has confirmed that South Africans will be allowed to venture abroad to almost every other country in the world – as long as they don’t feature on the ‘banned leisure travel list’. Level 1 regulations now allow international journeys from Thursday 1 October, but there are exemptions in place for a number of countries with high transmission rates of coronavirus.

The countries are the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Faroe Islands, France, French Polynesia, Georgia, Gibraltar, Greece, Guam, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Jordan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Nepal, North Macedonia, Oman, Palestine, Panama, Palau, Paraguay, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Qatar, Russia, San Marino, St Marteen, Slovakia, Slovenia, Suriname, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States of America, US Virgin Islands and Venezuela.

5. French Open 2020: Serena Williams withdraws from the competition on day four

Three-time champion Serena Williams has withdrawn from the French Open because of an Achilles injury. The 39-year-old had been scheduled to play her second-round match against Bulgaria’s Tsvetana Pironkova on Wednesday.

The American has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles and was aiming to equal Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24. “I think I need four to six weeks of sitting and doing nothing,” Williams told a news conference. “I have been struggling to walk so that’s a telltale sign that I should try to recover. Achilles is an injury you don’t want to play with – I think it was one of the worst, don’t want to get to that point, I want it to get better.”

Williams picked up the Achilles problem during her US Open semi-final defeat by Victoria Azarenka earlier this month.

Cover photo credit: Instagram – enikohart

Our Week Day News Digest brings you a summary of five of the hottest news topics across the world, including celebrity news from Hollywood to Nollywood, latest trending global headlines, the Nigerian news today, top African news, and sports stories. 2020

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