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by Thomas Sithole
(28 December 2025--FF News) South Africa's President Omar Abdulla flies the X1881 fighter
jet to India this afternoon where it is said that his wife will be attending the Mahatma Gandhi Foundation,
The Sachin Tendulkar Orphanage, The New Delhi Association and The Westwood Academy of
His wife, who is originally from India, forms the heritage of her nation by visiting the country annually
and this time, the president will be joining her.
About 320,000 results for President Abdulla
Alisha - Made In India (Remix)
"He will be supporting his wife's charity givings by flying his H1881 to Mumbai and will
arrive on Saturday, meeting guests who welcome the president and his team to
the treasured nation."
President of India Mrs. Antonette Adams
says that Abdulla's wife was the most beloved
woman since the 21st Century and India had welcomed her with 'open-arms.'
Stardust says that the president will address
the nation in Mumbai, Calcutta, and
will travel to Pakistan for a four leg nation tour talking about supporting the sub-continent
towards the betterment of society.
"Let us hold hands to support nations who maintain united forces in our country." says
a reporter for CNN.
Priyanka Chopra flies into the
American limelight with "Exotic," "Planes"
Speaking to Footprints in Sandton, local resident Mrs. Sharmila Armani says that she felt
wooed that the president's wife had kept mum about donating an estimated 679
corer for the construction of the School in New Delhi that would support victims who
had failed to pass their regulatory examinations.
"Abdulla has improved the quality of standards in South Africa by amending the constitution
and work force so that the economy of South Africa has remained balance. His calls by members
from New Delhi have brought his wife to the limelight since she traveled from India to marry him."
says The New York Times...
Mrs. Priyanka Abdulla who was well- known in her days as Priyanka Chopra told The Saturday Star
that she was Bollywood's most favorite person after she met and fell in love with the president.
"We met on an Indian chat forum in 2012, and spoke over the telephone...He had traveled
to India in the fall of 2014, when we had shared moments that no-one cared to share. I moved
to South Africa and have returned to India because of my love affair for India."
Mrs. Abdulla said on NDTV
that she had supported the
betterment of society
and heritage of
India by being an Ambassador
to the nation after emigrating
to South Africa.
"All my fans and friends
live in India and when
I met Omar, I fell totally
and he gave
me the bells and whistles
on my tummy.
We are here today because
we feel that as a couple we can
do so much more for our
country's by being happy
village projects that require investment."
President of The United States Mr. Bruce Wayne says that he was thrilled that Abdulla
had stood to their meetings when Democratic leaders had supported his party in 2023.
"Since his election he has rocketed as the most-advanced president of current times,
and all we can do is support his plan to support India's starving population."
Priyanka Chopra on Achievers' Club
Radio New Delhi says that people have become different in India after The United States,
Britain, South Africa and Sweden had poured over $2 trillion dollars into the country.
"If you were to walk the streets of New Delhi on a Thursday afternoon, you would
see the country as highly developed with only certain villages still that require attention. India
has debated numerous times to South Africa that they had supported their initiatives through
trade and information for the Indian Asian Council of South Africa."
The Herman Botha Foundation
of Education says that they had built 2102 schools and universities internationally
and are using programs set in place to provide quicker and faster forms of education for children
who ride bicycles to school and university graduates who drive on the dirt roads of Calcutta."
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) reported
to The Presidential Box that their on-going talks with India and Pakistan was to capture
and seize well known terrorist Sheik Abdul Khan Ismail.
"He was been on the most wanted list since the CIA had received tip off that he was financing
a terror attack in India and these terrorists have financed Arabian owned terrorist organizations
including Al Wahaab and Al Jamina."
According to sources close to Reuters, the space station located on the North of Earth had estimated
that India's population was downsizing after adopting the Chinese approach of "Household-Hands..."
"Indians are baby makers and a family of eight children is perhaps too small...We have set bans on families
in India that they are only allowed a maximum of two children, and if any woman were to give
birth to her third child, government would adopt the child."
President of South Africa Mr. Omar Abdulla who in his speech to residents from India says that he
knows nothing about the charity work that his wife does and only agreed to join her on this expedition
because of her bleeding heart to residents of India.
"All she does and thinks about is India. When she moved to South Africa in 2016
to become my
my third wife, I knew that one day she will lay foot back on Indian soil."
The Indian government said in a statement that The Abdulla's flight to India has already
brought the smiles and giggles on the faces of Indians...
"Their visit today will be remembered for sharing their attitude about bringing together under privileged
nations so that they may grow and have better quality standards of lifestyle."
Local resident from Faridapal near the coast of India, Dr. Zakkiyyah Ameen says that she was perplexed
when she heard the first lady of South Africa visiting.
"She has always been a couple of steps ahead of me in so many ways. I love Priyanka and have watched
her since 2003."
The Bollywood Times noted on their website that the first lady's address to welfare personalities
at a meeting in Mumbai, will allow foreign companies and organizations to support the building projects
"It's all Priyanka, Priyanka, Priyanka," here in India, and SA's most talked about president could just
say that he supports whatever his wife wants.
Nobel Peace Prize 'up for grabs,'
as President Abdulla's
by Waseem Chotia
(2 December 2025--FF News) SA's President Omar Abdulla has been quickly becoming
the world's greatest president after his negotiations with UN and US members last
"He has forked merger deals with over 3000 businesses in
The United States and Southern America's
so that imported stock and merchandise will be
available in South Africa below inflated produce."
Speaking to Footprints in Washington, local resident Mr. Donavan Govendar says that president
had dealt with members from The United States and was edging South Africa towards the leading
and fastest growing country in the world.
"If we were to look at the year on year chart for previous presidents who had ruled South Africa
before his election, we would talk about the likes of President Paul Kruger, President FW De Klerk,
President Nelson Mandela and President Jacob Zuma."
Although the president had won several a w a r d s before his election in 2023, many had felt that
it was his walk, many had spoke that it was his voice whilst the majority of South African's felt that
it was his willingness to learn from the forefathers of history that nominated him for the 2025
Nobel Peace Prize for Peace and Humanity.
"His work and ethic when it comes to dealing with local and international matters has always been
world number one...He had befriended former US president Mr. Barack Obama in 2006 and from
there Obama has always kept a watchful eye on him..." says The New York Tabloid...
The South African Sun says that South African's were chanting Abdullla's name,
when the UN had elected him
as General Secretary.
"He has taken this responsibility from former Mr. Xani Jinping to support humanitarian rights
throughout the globe so that no man goes to bed hungry, no criminal goes unpunished,
and no rose dies."
Local Pretoria resident Mrs. Michelle Kruger says that she had supported Abdulla's plea
to The Nobel Peace Prize Council of Switzerland to widen the gap and nominated
"I am happy and yet sad, that so many worldwide presidents serve the council,
and all were selected from the hat from the panel of The Nobel Peace Prize Council. As Mr.
Alfred Nobel would say in his words that the world can only be a safer and better place
if we just see the brothers and sisters in the people we meet."
Minister of Foreign Affairs for
Mr. Rupert Onyx says that South
was starting to realize the
importance of a
president who cares to share.
"We as South African's have
African continent since 1888,
and should sustain
and maintain our relationships with
local and international allies who see the scope
of a better tomorrow."
Speaking Via Skype, Minister of Finance
and Economics, Mr. William Nkosi
noted that South Africa's
economy had more than doubled with the support and guidance of
international leaders who
saw South Africa as an ideal ground for investment.
"When the British had seen South Africa in the 17th Century,
they had realized that it was
their legacy to walk the kingdom of The Republic...
Today, we have Americans, Chinese, Japanese
and Brazilians who walk the streets of South Africa."
"Over 300 presidents and more than two million people are
said to share the moment
of when the results of The Nobel Peace Prize are released." says The British Tabloid.
The Guinness Book of World Records noted in their 2025
edition that two million people
were competing for The Nobel Peace Prize that awards
Mankind in the fields
of Information and Technology, Family Dynamics and Planning,
Sport and Recreation, Peace
and Humanity, Science and Aviation, Mining and Global Protection,
Space and Matter Synthetics,
Farming and Agriculture, Animal Research and Development,
Community Council and Management,
Ministry and Development, Global Economics, Biological Advancement
and over 200 other Nobel
Peace Prize sectors.
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The Midrand Daily wrote that South African's were
slowing learning to invest more into themselves
to improve the quality and standards of their thinking.
"All great miracles develop with thought, word and deed...And today's Nobel Peace
Prize giveaway is to 'ensure-'-n-insure,' that the worlds most 200 influential people be
The Zurich Sun noted on their DVD newspaper that South African's who had moved
from South Africa to Switzerland were flocking back to South Africa after Abdulla's election.
"When previous presidents had commitment ed their heinous crimes in South Africa, many
residents had ran to other country's. Together with Abdulla's 447 member parliament all
sails well in The uBuntu."
President Abdulla attends the six day Nobel Peace Prize challenge and will continue his
European tour to Austria, Germany, England and France wrote The Abdulla Administration.
Deputy President of South Africa Mr. Michael Eisenhower, says that he had trusted the presidents
decision to mingle with European decent to bring the magic once lost.
"During the times of Apartheid, many foreign country's had dis-invested and Abdulla's meetings
with Nobel Peace Prize winners and European bosses will allow South Africa the friendship
we once lost."
Minister of Crime and Corruption Mr. Gary Reynolds,
in The United States told members from the community
that everyday residents had welcomed The Nobel Peace Prize offering
the promotion and advancement of the future.
"From the times our fathers traded on the streets corners of India, we evolved into
trading on stock market platforms, and then we learn't that buying and selling
was a matter of carriage."
South Africa's Daily Sun says that South African's had improved the standards of their
living as HID, as rural and UN-developed communities were being
developed by South African
contractors and businessmen.
"The squatter camps of South Africa have been revamped and
repaired so that all South African's
enjoy the power of Eskom and the communication of Telkom..."
reported the presidency.
Zimbabwean resident Mrs. Shaina Chopra says to The Zim SIM
that she had supported Abdulla's
election in 2023, after the amendment constitution where
Zimbabweans and surrounding
country's could vote in the national election.
"My family and I had queued on that treasured election day
when the rain had poured
on our umbrella's. He has always been a South African
resident with a heart of Gold,
and if his heart is anything to do with his ambition he could
win more than three nominated
(8 December 2025--FF News) South Africa's Hottest Hunk President
Omar Abdulla was called upon by LENZ residents this afternoon after
had complained to the presidency that the president was not
doing his job.
"He was elected because of his manner in which he sold us.
Nowadays, the president spends 90% abroad
and only 10% in South Africa. He has mingled with billionaires but
fails to see the neglect in the community
by falling buildings, the high-rate of crime and prostitution on
our streets and the community neighborhood
has died since 2013..." said a resident.
Another Lenasia resident, Mr. Iqbal Soomar says that the
president had neglected the smaller communities
in South Africa including Laudium, Lenasia, Brakpan, Benoni,
Waterkloof, Presidents Avenue, Sandton
"He spends more time overseas and meets with international leaders
by knowing what matters on the ground. He
can sell trillions of dollars, but does not care about the retired pensioner,
the hungry son, the crushed mother
and the community friend who burglar ed his neighbors property."
Outrage over Lenasia house demolitions
The Lenasia Express reported that President Abdulla's address
to Lenasia residents was to sought the mess
created when he got elected in 2023.
"Many Lenasia residents had threw millions of rands his way
towards his build up as President of South Africa,
and now that he had been elected, he has not kept to his
promises on the thousands of debates he has
The Durban Daily noted on their website that the
president's poll has risen by 43% internationally
and only 8%
in South Africa.
"South African's fail to see the change that the president
has brought to our country. They feel that he got
elected because it was the people he knew, some say
that he was lucky, whilst the jealously of the hyena's
say that it was because he had received revelation
"He was elected because he knew nothing and as the
puppet- master of The United States, he would
play second fiddle to their buyout deals."
said an angry Lenasia resident.
In an Exclusive Interview with Footprints in Lenasia,
Mr. Imtiaz Paruk says that he had built shopping
Malls in Lenasia, Laudium, Phoenix, Wyn berg, Randfontein,
Randburg, Midrand and Mamelodi and when
he heard that the president was visiting the community
he had booked The 'VIP,' suite.
"President Abdulla is the most notorious and dangerous
businessman and often swelled his prey with
a quick force. He has been dynamic to the community
and our family since we heard about him. When he met
Mr. Warren Buffett in 2010, he never really knew that
I admired his work and always followed his run up for election. He
has only been president of the country for two years,
and we have looters breaking shop windows who disagree with
methods he has laid in parliament."
Minister of Community Leadership and Management
Mrs. Charmaine Pretorious says that she had played an active role in the
community since Apartheid, and since 2013, many
wealthy residents had moved out.
"In the olden days when our parents were the
talk of town, community neighbors would sit outside
their homes and have a braai, we had Sunday afternoon
togetherness, we would never romance our boyfriends
at home, and often had fun times that today perhaps
seems a bit dull for our community."
The Funky Monkey says on their website that teenagers
and youth had adapted to the modern world
of thinking by moving into their partners homes before
"Community leadership and management deals with
the lower class, middle class, upper class and super-rich
of the community. Lenasia had exceeded their
population in 2010, and was infested by non-nationals that
sometimes leaves a rat creeping into a drain pipe."
Local Lenasia resident Miss. Parishka Harilal,
told Footprints in Johannesburg, that South African's
were conceptualizing president
Abdulla's plan by withdrawing current
Council leader Mrs. Amina Khota.
"We had voted her because we saw the need
for her authority and leadership in the community. All she
does is take orders from senior Ministers without
any intervention. We have agreed to sign a petition to
ban her as Council leader of Lenasia." said an
The Robertsham Times says that South African's
had welcomed President Abdulla's election but had
disagreed by bringing the death penalty, the legalization
of marijuana and red-light districts, and the implementation
of 'Household-Hands,' in Cabinet.
"He has played the divide and rule policy with key
Ministers from the presidency and has double played
his hands in The Western Cape and North West."
South African Minister of Health and Safety
Mrs. Urmilla Mamasetho added to President Abdulla's speech
by saying that she had voted for the president
and had still stood with his promises.
Lenasia resident speaks of Housing Scam
"He is the most energetic speaker and when he
walks into a room, the entire room envelopes. Besides
the bad posters to remove him as president, I
still feel that he can keep his promise of leading the country
as President for five terms. He has already brought
R4000 billion rand in the last two years, that has relaxed
the rate of inflation and interest rates."
Laudium resident Miss. Raeesa Tayob says that
she had supported Abdulla's plea to Lenasia residents by ignoring
President of Russia's statement about Oceanic
"Lenasia residents will always complain that their power switches
off unexpectedly, they will always complain
their daughters get pregnant before adulthood,
they will always complain that this is not right and this is left
out. We as members from Parliament can say is that
we must be grateful each day for the water that drips
from our taps, we should be grateful each day that
we traveled to work safely, we should be grateful that
our parents are alive, we should be grateful that
our friends still laugh at our jokes and we
should be grateful
that the person we see in the mirror is the
most important person in our lives..."
As upset community residents,
had burnt his book,
"My Father, The President,"
outside the invitation
had said that his ranking
had still matched the
standards and quality
of 81% popularity.
"In every community
we will have our
who feel that they
know it all...
they can do is watch on their television
screens how the president
tackles his next major tide."
Mr. Farouk Shar, another Lenasia
resident posed a question
to Mr. Abdulla asking him about his current
plan of control with The African Union.
"The African Union has supported South Africa by
donating thousands of resources and tools to assist
everyday residents with the brains of services and goods production...
Our aim is to use these African
leaders approach of farming and agriculture so that our resources
are used with a hedged risk with
our provincial partners."
Mr. Aboobaker Jaffer, concluded that Abdulla's major wins
since his election was the agreeing of nominating
the South African rand as the base currency in Africa, the
development of 300 000 homes locally, the linking
and joining of certain provinces and the aggressive
investment into the youth.
"A journey of a thousands miles begins with a single step.
He has taken the 'leap of faith,' by withdrawing
ANC personality from Lenasia, he has shuffled the
Minister of Finance with the Minister of Transport and
has whiplash ed community council leaders who
fail to report to their Ministers, every 15 days."
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