The Lovin Cairo Show: Lebleba Is Under Investigation Due To Voting Twice

Manar Eissa

Tune in to the latest episode of the ‘Lovin Cairo Show’ podcast for a captivating discussion on today’s most intriguing headlines. We’ll begin with the recent news, the artist Lebleba has been referred for investigation due to the incident of her voting twice in the presidential elections. TV presenter Lamis El Hadidy commented, ‘Lebleba surely did not know that voting twice is illegal.

Journalist Lamis Al-Hadidi also commented on the incident, in which the artist Lebleba cast her electoral vote twice: once in Saudi Arabia and once in Egyptian committees abroad and at home on the first day of the elections. Lamis Al-Hadidi stated, ‘Lebleba may not have been aware that what she did constituted an electoral crime,’ as the National Elections Commission has initiated an investigation.

Moving on to the exciting news, Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has accomplished this milestone by scoring the equalizer in his team’s 2-1 comeback victory over Crystal Palace.

The deflected strike during Saturday’s match at Selhurst Park was also significant for Salah as it marked his 200th goal for Liverpool in all competitions.

Salah achieved this remarkable feat in just 247 matches in the competition, making him the 11th player to reach this milestone. Notably, he is the fifth-fastest player in Premier League history to achieve this milestone, achieving it more quickly than Andrew Cole and former Liverpool striker Michael Owen.

Finally, on December 11, a global comprehensive strike in support of Gaza took place. A significant number of activists and influencers engaged with the hashtag ‘Strike for Gaza’ or ‘strikeforgaza,’ which gained traction on social media. The campaign called for a worldwide strike to condemn what they referred to as ‘Israeli massacres against the Palestinians in Gaza’ and to demand a ceasefire.



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