Wednesday, October 1, 2014

PLEASE HELP: My man says he'll only marry me if I agree to stop wearing weaves

After eleven months together, my boyfriend told me recently that the only reason he hasn't proposed to me is because of my weaves, that he couldn't spend the rest of his life with a woman who wears wigs and weaves. He says he wants his wife to only carry her natural hair and nothing else, so this is a deal breaker for us. He says once I make him that promise he will propose to me and I can start making wedding plans.
I'm worried for two reasons; I love my weaves and I don't know if I can exist without them and 2, a man who is adamant on having his way and doesn't want to listen to reason or even compromise may be a huge problem later in the marriage. But I love him and want to marry him, I just don't know what to do about his ultimatum. Please help!

Google Celebrates Nigeria’s 54th Independence (LOOK)

The search giant Google wishes Nigerians a happy independence day! The company changed his homepage logo just to honour Nigeria.

SHOCKING: Peter Okoye fell of stage while performing last night, Rushed To The Hospital (VIDEO)

A confusing incident happened in Lagos in the evening of September 30, 2014, as P-Square’s Peter Okoye tumbled and fell down from stage on the floor.

One of the Nigeria’s most-recognised sining duo has hit his back against the protective metal barricades. WATCH THE SHOCKING VIDEO

ANOTHER CELEBRITY MARRIAGE CRASHES: Ini Edo removes husband's name from instagram

First it was Tiwa savage, now Ini. The couple who lived separately for most of their marriage decided to formally split in early August. There are reports that Ini's people have even returned the bride price Philip paid in 2008.

Ini has since removed her husband's name from her social media accounts and she also removed wife from her bio on instagram. Her bio used to read - actress and wife...but wife is no longer there. A source said they have been having problems for quite a while because of trust issues before they decided to finally end their marriage. They have no children together.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

BREAKING: First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In the United States

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials have confirmed the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed in the United States.

Just this morning, Zachary Thompson, the director of the Dallas County Health and Human Services, had said that the Dallas County was ready for Ebola while talking about the patient who was admitted yesterday on suspicion of the virus.

"This is not Africa. We have a great infrastructure to deal with an outbreak."
Yesterday, news broke that an unidentified patient who had recently returned from the West Africa area was being isolated on suspicion of the deadly virus at a Dallas, Texas hospital.

The tests for Ebola were called for based on the patient's symptoms and travel history, and the results have come back positive.

The patient is said to have been infected in Liberia but didn’t display any symptoms until he returned to Dallas, Texas.

The patient was admitted at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas which has now sent out a press release which reads..

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital had admitted a patient Monday into strict isolation “based on the patient’s symptoms and recent travel history,”

“The hospital is following all Centers for Disease Control and Texas Department of Heath recommendations to ensure the safety of patients, hospital staff, volunteers, physicians and visitors.”
For those of my readers who live in Dallas, do NOT be alarmed. The CDC has this to say.

Local public health officials have begun identifying close contacts of the person for further daily monitoring for 21 days after exposure.

The ill person did not exhibit symptoms of Ebola during the flights from West Africa and CDC does not recommend that people on the same commercial airline flights undergo monitoring, as Ebola is only contagious if the person is experiencing active symptoms. The person reported developing symptoms several days after the return flight.

CDC recognizes that even a single case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States raises concerns. Knowing the possibility exists, medical and public health professionals across the country have been preparing to respond. CDC and public health officials in Texas are taking precautions to identify people who have had close personal contact with the ill person and health care professionals have been reminded to use meticulous infection control at all times.

We know how to stop Ebola’s further spread: thorough case finding, isolation of ill people, contacting people exposed to the ill person, and further isolation of contacts if they develop symptoms.
Read more - CDC.GOV

Ladies, Imagine Peter Okoye On stage like this (LOOK)

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Your final answer?

Could This Be Pastor Chris Oyakhilome's New Wife? (PICTURED)

Miss Yemisi Kudehinbu, newly named CEO of Believers Loveworld
Chris Oyakhilome's ex- wife, Pastor Anita has been completely removed from Rhapsody of Realities which she jointly authored with Pastor Chris.

In October’s issue, Pastor Chris wrote all 31 devotionals, while the profile of Anita has been removed from the monthly publication. Continue reading...

The back cover of the devotional which usually had a photo of the couple now has only Pastor Chris on it.

Meanwhile, a new chief executive officer of Believers Loveworld, the arm of the ministry that publishes the devotional has been named.

The new CEO is Miss, Yemisi Kudehinbu, a single member of the church. So we wonder if Sister Yemisi is Pastor Chris' latest boo...Lol

'I don't want to live up to 100 years' - Pastor E.A. Adeboye

While speaking at the 60th birthday celebration service for Bishop David Oyedepo of Winners chapel over the weekend, the GO of Redeemed Church, pastor E.A Adeboye said he doesn't want to live up to 100 years

"When I marked 70 and people prayed that I would be up to 80, I said amen. When they said I would be up 90, I said well, amen. But when they said 100, I didn’t say amen. I didn't because I don’t know what offence I would have committed for God to keep me up to 100 in this sinful world when a crown of glory is awaiting me in heaven. I wouldn’t mind to be 92 though, so that I will be alive to preach when Bishop Oyedepo is 80. But to live up to 100, I don’t know about that" he said

Three Boko Haram members sentenced to 25 years each

The Federal High Court in Lagos today Tuesday September 30th sentenced 3 Boko Haram members to 25 years imprisonment each, The Nation reports.

However, journalists were not allowed to cover the judgment. Only lawyers in the prosecution and defence teams were allowed in court.
A source, who witnessed the verdict, but craved anonymity because he was not authorised to speak on the matter, told reporters that the fourth defendant was acquitted.
The court, on December 3 last year, barred journalists from covering the trial of 17 suspected members of the sect.
Justice Ibrahim Buba made the order following an application by the Lagos State Attorney-General and prosecuting counsel, Mr. Ade Ipaye.

Men of the Department of Security Services (DSS) had prevented journalists from covering the suspects’ arraignment last November 27.

The accused are – Ali Mohammed, Adamu Karumi, Ibrahim Usman, Bala Haruna, Idris Ali, Mohammed Murtala, Kadiri Mohammed, Mustapha Daura, Abba Duguri, Sanni Adamu, Danjuma Yahaya, Musa Audu, Mati Daura, Farouk Haruna, Abdullahi Azeez, Ibrahim Bukar and Zula Diani.
The Attorney-General, it was learnt, had entered a nolle prosequi (Latin for “do not prosecute”) in respect of two of the defendants, who were subsequently discharged.
Later, another 11 were also discharged in the course of the trial following another nolle prosequi by the prosecution.

Only four – the first to fourth defendants – went through a full trial.
The suspects were first charged with conspiracy to commit terrorism, illegal possession of firearms, and being members of a proscribed organisation.

They allegedly committed the offences on March 21 last year, at Plot 5, Road 69, Lekki Phase I Housing Estate, and at No. 24, Oyegbeni St., Ijora-Oloye, Apapa-Iganmu, Lagos.
They were alleged to have in their possession three packets of explosive construction pipes, 15 detonators, and 11 AK47 rifles with 30 rounds of live ammunitions.

Source: The Nation

Tony Tetuila Changes his Campaign Poster (LOOK)

Tony Tetuila had received a huge backlash after campaign posters of him proudly rocking his blonde hair were released.
In an interview with Tribune, Tony said he had done it because some youth leaders told him he could use the hair since it was his trademark. A lot more people disagreed, so Tony has now released a new campaign poster. I just hope his blonde hair critics will love him now.

There Is Really Nothing To Be Celebrated On Independence Day - Tinubu

Former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has said Nigeria has achieved little or nothing in this present administration, so there shouldn’t be any elaborate celebration to say the least tomorrow. Here is a press statement released yesterday by him as Nigeria gets set to celebrate her 54th independence. It’s a long read tho, but as usual you know where he is coming from and going to. Continue after the cut.

“We commemorate this Independence Day because the nation has survived despite its many challenges. We dare not celebrate because the nation has not flourished as it should. 54 years our national trek began with hope and promise, peace and unity.
“Today, the nation staggers beneath the weight of trouble stacked upon problem multiplied by hardship. Peace and unity seem to have yielded the moment to violence and discord. We exist as a political unit on a map but we do not prosper as brothers and sisters in one nation, under one flag and pursuant to one accord. We have lost our road and now seem to be on the road of the lost. I am proud to be a Nigerian and would not attach my life to any other nation but genuine patriotism should not induce blindness. We are burdened by too many resolvable challenges that remain unresolved,” he said.

He noted that: “This is not a time for fake cheers and elation at the present state of things just because the calendar has touch this day. We need to use this hour soberly by taking stock of the obstacles mounting before us and of the hard direction in which we seem to be heading. I fear this direction, if further taken, will lead us not home but to an appointment with failure and national destitution. 

At their inception, every nation is a dynamic interplay of assets and liabilities, promises and threats, capabilities and contradictions. As time passes, the nation is supposed to move forward in mature progress so its assets, promise and capabilities increasingly outweigh their negative counterparts.

“In recent years, Nigeria has become victim to an opposite dynamic.

 Nigeria currently is saddled with the reprobate leadership Awo, Zik, Sardauna and Tafawa Belewa feared. We have entered unchartered territory not so much because we are expanding the outer bounds of national progress. We traverse such ground because this government leads us into places where angles fear to tread and where sensible man should not go.

“Never has an elected government in Nigeria employed religion as a tool to divide the people, setting Nigerian brother against brother in a manner that allows this administration to function at the basest level of governance while seeking to establish a political domination that seeks no greater purpose than its self perpetuation. Our nation was supposed to advance, year by year, toward greater democracy. Instead, we rush into the pit of arbitrary, imperious rule that smacks of despotism.

“If we whitewash the reality of our existence by lying that all is well just because this is Independence Day, then we ignore the troubling signals at our collective peril. 

The incessant attempts to stigmatize and physically intimidate a peaceful political opposition and the militarization of elections are features of a perverse democracy, a democracy run at gun-point and with a swift and eager trigger, Brazen assaults on the judiciary, the flippant and frequent violation of the constitution and the rule of law, and the elevation of corruption to making it a new and perhaps the strongest arm of government are the instruments that now shape our nation. These things are not the fare ofcelebration. They are the impetus for political reform and change. 

“54 years is enough to have built upon a solid foundation. If we had embraced a few lessons from India and other countries in similar situations like ours, we would be far advanced from where we presently are. It is sad enough that we have not built well upon the foundation set by our nation’s founders. Sadder still is that those who currently lead us have even weakened and corrupted that once-sound, hopeful foundation.

“Under the Jonathan government, the vaunted Transformation Agenda is but an elaborate name for old-fashion pocket stuffing. They do not have a national blueprint or vision. They do have a blueprint and vision for excessive self enrichment. Their equation is simple. You work, they feast. You toil, they grow fat. You seek a decent wage; they pilfer the collective treasury to enjoy a king’s ransom.

”Meanwhile, national planning has been haphazard and people unfriendly. For most of our 54 years and for all of the past fifteen, honest men have been given scant opportunity to lead Nigeria. We have wandered from the path of economic empowerment for our youth and the mass of our people. Nigeria has become adept at creating economic refugees, brain-drain migrants, decimated institutions and the building of a venal ”Wallet Economy” benefiting only a handful.

“As if this cynically induced poverty is not sufficient hardship, this government compounds the public burden by sowing discord with the alacrity that a wise government would plant charity and accord. Rather than promote religious tolerance and harmonious living, this Government believes its electoral chances are enhanced by promoting ethnicism, internal divisions, religious suspicion and scapegoating. Successful nations are not built this way. Have we not learned the lesson that we paid the high price of civil war to learn.

“We emerged from painful civil war with the singular objective of establishing an equitable, tolerant society. We sought to unite all into one people with a sense of one nation. We would turn our diversity into one of greatest assets. Decades later, it seems the memory of that period has faded. Political figures of dubious quality dabble with forces they may not truly comprehend and have no chance of ultimately controlling.

“This supposedly democratic government struts the stage, using our diversity to further divide us. An asset is turned into a wedge separating friend from friend, neighbour from neighbour.

 But I know that our diversity is a unique strength we can use to erase hunger, banish poverty, limit civil strife, build tolerance and enrich our civic education and awareness by learning so much from each other.

“While Nigeria’s current leaders failed to build upon the foundation provided them, there are some rays of hope. On this day, I commend the people of Lagos and other progressive states in the southwest and throughout Nigeria. You have tried your best to keep faith with the best practices and policies of those who founded this nation. Against strong odds and the strong arm of a reactionary federal government, you have improved the foundation then built upon it. If only what you have done could be replicated by the federal government.

”On the contrary, 16 years of PDP rule has been a period of diminishing return. The longer they rule, the lessbenefit the people derive. Nigeria now needs a ‘common sense revolution’, a revolution that calls forth a return to decency, probity, transparency of process and fairness in outcome. This is done not by subterfuge, divide and rule and turning Nigeria in a field of discord or a street of broken institutions. It is accomplished by honoring the principles of democratic good governance and economic justice. It is done by persuading the people they are better off as one instead of better off tearing at each other’s throats.

“Governance is about trust. And this government is not even trusted by itself. That is why it does nothing except feed itself. This is not the road for a better Nigeria. We must proceed from this 54th anniversary to embark on a common sense revolution that brings about progressive change for the benefit of most of our country men and women, our youth and the vulnerable among us.

“I speak here of a Common Sense revolution that promotes the well being and improve the lot of the average person, regardless of his or her ethnic, religious or regional affiliation. In this way, Nigeria will not only be unified in national purpose it will have recovered its better path. That will be an Independence Day we can and shouldcelebrate. Until then, we strive to keep from falling further.

“We dare not remain lost forever. I am positive that help is on the way. Nigerians should be prepared for change. We must rescue Nigeria from those set to cause it irreparable harm. The change I talk about is the only route to our deliverance from 16 years of the PDP locusts. Nigeria is ours to keep and its democracy is ours to save, the statement read.

Ex- President Olusegun Obasanjo Goes Back To School

Nigeria’s former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, is set to go back to school for a higher degree in Christian Theology, after obtaining a Post Graduate Diploma in 2009.

He will formally enrol today as a graduate student at the headquarters of the National Open University of Nigeria in Lagos, where he hopes working towards a doctorate degree, beginning first with a Masters degree.
The former president also confirmed this and proudly said; “I’m going back to school because I have to have something to aspire to in every endeavour of life. I always aspire to something new in my farm. I do that in my international activities. I do it in my writing. I do it in the improvement of my academic work which helps to sharpen my brain and strengthen my faith,” he said. We sincerely wish him all the best.

WATCH Ghanaian Actress Yvonne Nelson having Fun at the Pool Side

Gone are the days when actors and actresses hide and try to keep so much from their adoring fans, today they know how it is to share private moments with fans, here we see beautiful Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson having fun by the side of her Swimming Pool. Please watch and lets have your opinion. WATCH THE VIDEO

EXPOSED: How some Married Men Cheat on their Wives (VIDEO)

This video actually shows how some desperate insatiable married men cheat on their wives.

As you can see in the scene, just immediately the wife left the shop, this her flirty husband quickly jumped to her sales girl.
Now you can imagine how insatiable some guys could be, too bad right? WATCH THE VIDEO

Meet Tiwa Savage’s New Manager, Mekka Millions (PHOTOS)

Tiwa Savage’s husband, TeeBillz no longer manages the affairs of his wife, but then, her new manager simply known as Emeka a.k.a Mekka Millions is also TeeBillz boy. As a matter of fact Emeka was recently employed into TeeBillz 323 Entertainment Company, but has been a friend of the couple long before now. Mekka Millions is now in charge of handling Tiwa’s activities, and of course you will be seeing more of Tiwa and him stepping out at events than seeing Tiwa and her husband. Another pics after the cut: