- A young German lady has taken to social media to search for her Nigerian father who was deported in 1996
- Talisa Pidanset said her father, Thomas Samson, was denied asylum and was deported to an unknown location
- The 25-year-old lady shared a picture of herself and the man, who she said was born in 1972
- According to Talisa, the last time her father spoke to her mother, he told her he would like to go to England
A young lady identified as Talisa Pidanset has urged people to help her locate her biological father who was refused asylum in Germany. She names him as Thomas Samson but this may not be his full or true name.
The 25-year-old German national said her father lived in an asylum home in Mainz. According to her, he was deported in 1996 when he was denied asylum.
The lady said she requested her father's files and they indicated that he had been deported to an unknown location.
The man, who was born in 1972, has never seen his daughter. The last time he spoke to Talisa's mother, he told her that he would like to go to England.
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In more happy news about parents, Briefly.co.za reported that happy couple Kwesta and his wife Yolanda Vilakazi are about to welcome their new blessing into the world and they are so ready! Having finished baba’s nursery, Kwesta and Yolanda felt they needed to share it with their fans.
Taking to social media like the proud parents that they are, Kwesta and Yolanda gave fans a look into the room their new little bundle will be coming home to. Gawsh, these moments are total heart smelters.
Going with a boujee black, white and grey colour pallet, Kwesta and Yolanda were able to create the most stunning nursery. It honestly looks like it has come right out of an interior design magazine.
This little princess is going to love her new home! In true "nesting" style, Yolanda took a video of the perfectly smart room to show her delight and readiness.
“Baby K’s nursery. Was so excited to get going on this project that I think I was done in July. Thank you to her aunties for adding the finishing touches.”
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