THE SUN IS DARKENED AND THE MOON HAS REFUSED TO SHINE ITS LIGHT. THE STAR THAT LIGHTED ME TO THIS WORLD IS GONE. DEATH HAS REFUSED HER THE ENJOYMENT OF HER GREAT INVESTMENT IN ME. HOW SHALL MY WORLD BE LIGHTED? NO WOMAN CAN EVER REPLACE MY MUM. MY HEART IS IN SHREDS AND MY SOUL IS BITTER. DESPITE ALL THIS I PRAISE THE KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS, MY REDEEMER AND MY SUSTAINER. HOW SHALL MY BROKEN HEART BE REPAIRED. I HOPE I GET OUT OF THIS IN ONE PIECE. MY WORLD IS SHATTERED. OH MY HEAVENLY FATHER RESTORE MY JOY AND REPAIR MY HEART. HELP ME CONQUER THIS WICKED WORLD FOR I HAVE NO STRENGTH OF MY OWN. KEEP ME OH LORD AND HELP ME TAKE CARE OF MY FATHER, BROTHER, SISTER, MY CHILDREN AND MY WIFE FOR THE BURDEN IS HEAVY. GOODBYE MUM. REST IN PARADISE. SELAH
Nigerian comic actor, John Okafor AKA Mr Ibu’s wife, Stella turned a year older few days ago and had an in house birthday party with few family and friends.
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The past two weeks have put the African continent on the world news for really wrong reasons. Ex- Gambian President Yahya Jammeh held on to power forcing the newly elected Adama Barrow to be sworn in at the Gambian embassy in Senegal.
The exiled president had been in power for more than 22 years, but it’s no shock that other current African leaders have ruled longer.
The next few pages shows the list of Seven other African leaders who have led for more than 30 years.
Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe) — 36 years
In power since: April 1980, when his country gained independence after he coordinated a guerrilla war against white colonial rulers. He first was prime minister, then took the presidency in 1987 — elected by the national assembly — when a new constitution created the office to replace the prime minister’s office.
Current election rules: Five-year terms, no term limits. He has claimed victory in popular votes — sometimes highly controversially — in 1990, 1996, 2002, 2008, and 2013. He is the last living African leader who’s been in power continuously since his country’s independence.
King Mswati III (Swaziland) — 30 years
In power since: April 1986, upon turning 18, nearly four years after the death of his father, the previous king.
No popular election for the king: Swaziland is Africa’s last remaining absolute monarchy, which is hereditary. The country has an elected Parliament, and Mswati chooses a prime minster from among the elected members.
Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (Equatorial Guinea) — 37 years
In power since: August 3, 1979, when he toppled his uncle in a military coup.
Current election rules: The president is elected in a majority popular vote for seven-year terms. This leader last claimed victory in an April 2016 election, reportedly with 93.7% of the vote. Opposition members and human rights groups have questioned the elections’ fairness.
Denis Sassou-Nguesso (Republic of Congo) — 33 years, nonconsecutive
In power since: It’s complicated. He first was president from 1979 to 1992, when he was defeated in an election. He returned to power in 1997 during a civil war, eventually standing for and winning a presidential election in 2002.
Current election rules: Majority popular vote. Up to three five-year terms, though a 2015 constitutional referendum allowed Sassou-Nguesso to forgo the limits, according to Freedom House, a US nonprofit that promotes democracy. The last election was in March 2016.
Jose Eduardo dos Santos (Angola) — 37 years
In power since: September 1979, when he was elected the ruling party’s leader upon the previous president’s death.
Current election rules: Under terms of a constitution approved in 2010, the leader of the party that wins a popular parliamentary vote is president for five years. Dos Santos’ party won elections in 2012, so under the new rules, he started the first of a possible two terms. The election was Angola’s third since it gained independence from Portugal in 1975, as it was often wracked by civil war.
Yoweri Museveni (Uganda) — 31 years
In power since: January 1986, when Museveni, a guerrilla leader and former defense minister, ousted a military regime.
Current election rules: Majority popular vote for five-year terms, with no term limits. Museveni held the presidency for 10 years before he was chosen in the country’s first direct presidential election in 1996. After his re-election in 2001, Parliament removed presidential term limits in 2005. He was elected for a fifth term in February 2016.
Paul Biya (Cameroon) — 34 years
In power since: November 1982, when the then-prime minister succeeded a president who resigned.
Current election rules: Majority popular vote for seven-year terms. Last elected in October 2012. No term limits.
But let’s be realistic, how can this be your teacher and you don’t get distracted every time?! Every time she faces the board, every time she walks around the class, c’mon! Every time she bends down to pick the fallen marker or chalk… You can get distracted virtually every time she makes a movement mehn! 😩😩😩
Instagram model, Raven caused a stir among her followers yesterday after she shared this photo and said she’d just taught her first high school class.
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While speaking in an exclusive interview with Daily Sun at her Ikoyi office in Lagos, Nigerian s*x, fertility and relationship counselor, Tola Ajayi, who is the wife of Dr. Abayomi Ajayi of Nordica Fertility Centre, gave an insight on what a s*x therapist does, recipes for good sexual life and lots more.
Below are excerpts from the chat:
How long have you been a s*x therapist?
S*x therapy has always been something I have been doing even without training. For a long time, I talked to people a lot about relationships, sex and fertility. The s*x thing came up, because when you counsel people on fertility there’s no way sex would not come up. I started the training about 7 or 8 years ago on and off and went for some training at Budapest in Europe last year. Also, I was trained in different aspects of counseling and that’s what I’ve been doing for some years now.
What’s a good s*x life like; does positioning have anything to do with it?
When you explore, when you try to look for reasons why a couple is not enjoying s*x with each other, it will help the therapist to know how to go about it. Positioning is part of it. We just have a stereotype of how sex should be between couples especially as Nigerian men are not so romantic.
They just want to have sex because they are moved by what they see. That’s why you may see a man standing behind a woman and having an erection, even though he has not met the woman before. It’s not so with the woman. Positioning is telling them how to spice-up their sex life such that it’s not always just about the missionary position. A couple can try other positions comfortable for both. You can do it in the kitchen if you like and it will be interesting. Husband and wife should tell each other, “I want you to touch me here” as we all have fantasies but we seldom express them. That’s why men go out to have girlfriends who are ready to give them “what they want” and the man will come home, just chop and clean mouth.
Some women are terrible too. I’m a woman also. Your husband may say “let us do it in the kitchen” and they’ll say “God forbid, you are a sinner” just because he wants it in the kitchen. The man will go out and do it in the bathroom of somebody else and if the woman out there has her own separate kitchen, he will do it there. Do it anywhere, anyhow as long as it’s convenient for both of you. It doesn’t have to be on the bed, it can be on the floor, anywhere. You can tell your husband maybe during his lunchtime there’s something you want to show him and you are there naked and you do a quickie before he goes back to work. That’s how it’s supposed to be.
I tell you, a large percentage of men want this but they can’t say it to their wives because of the way she would react. They’d rather do it with the other woman who does not have anything to lose. If the woman at home were able to do that, the man probably would not go out. Some men’s spouses may even be more attractive than the other woman, but that means little to them if they can’t satiate their fantasies with their spouses.
Could you recall any memorable cases among your clients?
I have a lot but they have different challenges. Among them is a couple who has had about 16 IVF treatments both locally and abroad and after the 16th attempt the woman now has a set of twins. After the first set of twins, within a year, she did another treatment and had a second set of twins but the 16 attempts were not done in Nordica alone. She had four with us. You look at her situation and exclaim oh, this is God at work. When I look at the babies, I could recognize them and remember what happened.
For instance, a husband came in and was unable to produce semen on the day of treatment and that can kill anybody. Not that he had the challenge of erectile issues but he just went into the semen room and was unable to produce semen for treatment. It became a big issue. I told the man, why don’t you drink stout, maybe you will have some kind of energy.
The woman said “No my husband doesn’t drink stout”. I told her that it’s not about drinking and the man went out, took a bottle of stout and he came back. He went into the semen room and came back and knocked at my door and he just did thumbs up to me. The wife got pregnant and had a son. There was a third man too who couldn’t have an erection. I told him we have films he could watch and the wife said “film”? No he can’t do that”. I reiterated just leave that one, go and watch a film and they did….
What kind of film?
Blue films. The man watched them with his wife and they were able to produce triplets. There are lots of memories.
So, you recommend blue films?
Yes, especially when the man cannot have erection. He needs something to stimulate him. Most times, it’s not as if they have problems with erection at home but because of the anxiety of having to produce in the clinic on treatment day even for a test.
But Christianity and Islam preach against pornography, especially churches. What’s your take on that?
Where is it written in the bible? One thing I have come to realize is they over-spiritualize things. I don’t recommend going to a cinema to watch porn; these things are private and you can watch it in the comfort of your bedroom with your spouse. I just told you about a couple that were unable to produce and they did just that. Why did the man have an erection watching a porno? Whatever you have to do with your husband or your wife to make your home pleasant go ahead and do it. Watch pornography, it’s not sinful. Just make sure you keep them away from the children though. If your husband is aroused by a blowjob, do it.
Read Full Interview on Daily Sun Here
Multi-award winning Nigerian singer and businessman, Innocent Ujah Idibia, popularly known by his stage name 2face Idibia, or 2Baba, earlier today took to his Instagram page to call on Nigerians to join him in a nationwide protest against the President Buhari-led Federal Government.
According to 2Baba, the protest, which will hold on February 5, is a call for good governance and an urgent explanation for the economic downturn nationwide.
FIRST MASSIVE NATIONWIDE PROTESTS ON THE 5TH OF FEBRUARY, 2017.
A call for good governance.
A call for urgent explanation into the reckless economic downturn nationwide.
A call for nationwide protests as we say No to the Executive, No to legislatures, No to judiciary… You have all failed us.
We the people are tired. We can no longer continue with all of you. All your excuses and mistakes are not funny. We do not wish to continue with a system and government that is not working but afflicting the people. We the people of this country not living under the privileges of government allowances and remuneration have now accepted to take the bull by the horn to come out and protest this obnoxious and baseless policies and excuses
of the government of the day.
Where are the recovered looted funds?
Why do we still have the executive arms and legislatures still enjoying their salaries and allowances while we hear there’s no money to pay workers?
Why do we still see ceaseless power failures with no explanation and hope of getting out of it unlike before?
Why do we keep seeing peace talks in Niger Delta, fulani heardsmen and ipob without any solutions being reached, while the strategies keeps aggravating the people involved as political leaders stage forums to extort funds in the name of addressing their subjects?
Why did we have petrol price rise to 145 for the sake of global oil price crash and removal of subsidy but such price is still being maintained despite significant re-awakening of the oil price from $30/barrel to $56/barrel?
Who is to be held accountable for the sudden and continuous hike in price of commodities in the market, where for the first time in history, Nigeria is suddenly selling kerosene at 400 naira per litre as against 50 naira per litre, diesel at 300 naira per litre as against 100 naira per litre and petrol from 87 naira to 145 naira? Yet maintaining the same systems, environment and maybe a lesser money spending government.
There’s need for Nigerians to rise against what is happening in this country having waited patiently for the legislatures that were elected to represent the people all to no avail.
After his post went viral, Burna Boy and Davido has announced they’d be joining the protest! See below:
I like prettymike. Controversies follows him everywhere..
So, after he got arrested by the order of the Lagos State Government and also signing an undertaking never again to put girls on dog leash, Lagos Big boy, pretty mike has gotten himself mixed into a new trend.
He now goes about with different baby feeding bottles to drink with.
Twins Anna and Lucy DeCinque entered the public eye after spending nearly $250,000 on plastic surgery to make themselves look identical.
The Perth women have had lip fillers and breast implants as well as tattooed eyebrows and eyeliner.
They’ve also spent money on IPL, laser treatments and microdermabrasion, in an attempt to remain blemish free.
But now, New Idea reports that they ‘regret it all’ with the DeCinque twins telling the magazine they are working towards returning to a ‘more natural and healthy’ look.
‘What we thought was pretty… we find ugly now,’ they explained.
The pair have been taking antidepressants to combat their body dysmorphia and are working to correct the situation and hoping to regain their original looks.
Despite their reluctance to indulge in any further surgery, the 31-year-old twins still stick to their extensive skincare regime.
Well, this might not be good news for men, especially those that jack on.
Anita Joseph has said she is more mature and wiser now and grown past the level of showing herall in the name of being beautiful, hence she is stopping.
She disclosed this to Sunday Scoop saying;
“This is 2017; the time of nakedness has passed. I must not always show my body to be beautiful. I am growing up and becoming more mature. A lot of things will be changing about me this year. For my birthday, a lot of people expected me to wear swimming trunks and practically go naked. But I wore long dresses and they were still sexy.”
Responding to a question on whether she was intentionally putting on those revealing outfits to tease men, she retorted,
“I take pictures and I post them. I don’t care who the pictures are teasing; that is not my business. I have a good body and whatever I wear suits me; it does not matter if it is long or short. Even if I wear a long gown, it is still going to be sexy. At times when I put on those sexy and revealing clothes, it is because I am on set. When I am filming, I wear whatever suits the character I am playing. Normally, I love clothes that cover my body because they make more sense and flatter my figure.”
A man has just married his Oyinbo cougar in a court wedding that happened yesterday at the Ikoyi registry, Lagos.
He is currently trending right now on social media and he is said to be 32 years old from ondo state… He is a father of 2, children he had with his first “other wife”.
Sources said he shouted:
Help Me Thank God…I Don Marry Oyinbo!!!
As if that wasn’t shocking enough, a guest at the wedding, Chris Ayo Joseph of Redsheet magazine, also said the man’s kids attended the wedding and during the event, when they called him “Daddy..Daddy”, the man replied in Yoruba disgruntledly ” E ma pe mi ni daddy mo, se e ti gbo”. (Don’t call me daddy, hope you’ve heard).
Read Chris’ rundown of what happened at the wedding:
Help Me Thank God…I Don Marry Oyinbo!!!
Ba mi dupe luwo oluwa ooo.. Mo ti fe oyinbo, jesu seun” (Help me thank God, I’ve married a white). Those were the words of this young man while receiving a phone call, just after tying the knot with this white woman at the Ikoyi registry earlier today.
Apparently, I was meant to understand that such thing happens almost everyday at the
registry. Young Nigerian men come in with different foreign “oldie mama youngie’s”, all for the Paper’s and the Chedda. It’s more a like trend!
Obviously, the desire to get a “by-fire-by-force green card” has really blinded alot of Nigerian men or how else does one explain why a 32 year old man would bring home a foreign grandmother for marriage without the elderly in his family berating him.
Honestly, I thought the Yoruba has got culture. What has happened? Because the man in question is a Yoruba man, from Ondo State precisely. 😩
As a matter of fact, i was also rightly informed that the young man is married with two kids. Guess, his wife travelled or something, but his kids were present at the court wedding. And from where I sat, I overheard the kids calling him “Daddy..Daddy”, and the man replied in Yoruba disgruntledly ” E ma pe mi ni daddy mo, se e ti gbo”. (Don’t call me daddy, hope you’ve heard). At that point, i knew something funny was going on.
But then, on a more serious note. Have things become that bad that Nigerian men have to be deceitful?😕 Truly, wisdom is profitable to direct!!! __________________________________________
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