Sola (not real name), had no inkling anything was wrong with her only child, six-year-old Mariam, when she was brought home on holiday during the Yuletide.
This unnamed Nigerian couple looking astonishing would have had a beautiful pre-wedding photo if not for an epic mistake made by the designer of their customized shirts.
The pre-wedding photo
A couple are currently being shamed on social media for rocking customized shirts with wrong grammatical expressions.
The shirt designer used the non-existent word ‘stoled’ in place of the word ‘stole’.
On the shirt of the man carried the inscription ‘I stoled your heart’ while that of the lady had ‘I stoled your surname’.
Social media commenters wonder how the mistake eluded the couple, photographer, on-lookers and even friends and family members close to them.
A twitter user,Godking shared this photo of him a FRSC lady..According what he Tweeted, he went to an extreme length to get this FRSC lady whom he says is really hot.He had to fake a phone call so he would be caught by her and fined…and it happend,he said it was worth it as she took a selfie with him.. He also said he is meeting up with her this weekend as the uniform doesn’t do her justice.
When a ‘concerned’ follower said she looked older than him, The guy responded saying, ”Does it mater”?
Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill broke up after a nuclear fight during her birthday weekend last month … and it wasn’t about cheating.
Sources close to the ex-couple tell TMZ … they weren’t getting along in Turks and Caicos, because he was hanging with friends and not paying attention to her.
She went nuts on him, he got pissed and left the island without her, and she said, “Screw this,” and ended the relationship. Just that simple.
There are reports Meek had been cheating with a woman named Sonye Rasool and that’s what set off Nicki. Sonye claims she and Meek hooked up years before Nicki, but fully denies any cheating and adds … she’s about to file defamation lawsuits against several outlets.She also says she understands truth is a defense, but has no fear.
Ever wondered what to do when he suddenly goes cold? When it comes to dating, one of the most discouraging things is when you’re speaking with a man and, out of nowhere, he vanishes. He stops texting or he says he’ll call and he doesn’t. Essentially, whenever he doesn’t call or text you back it can drive you crazy.
In these scenarios, it can be challenging to determine what to do when he doesn’t text back. The confident part of your brain wishes to believe something occurred like his phone died, or he’s busy with other things, or maybe your phone is broken and the text simply didn’t go through.
Then there’s that miserable part of your brain that is envisioning the outright worst and feelings of rejection surface. How do you deal with the vanishing man? Exactly what do you do? Well, for starters, read these tips. They’ll help, I promise.
1. Don’t bombard him with messages.
The absolute worst thing you can do is bombard them with your own messages when somebody is not responding to you. It’s the easiest and fastest means to push someone away. I know how irritating it is to go without a feedback; however, do not begin sending a bunch of texts, calling, Facebook messages and texting his friends to see if he’s with them. It looks desperate and also makes you seem a little crazy.
2. Send a casual text.
Nevertheless, it’s totally acceptable to reach out to him once or two times to state what’s up. If he hasn’t responded to your text in 3 days or he’s stated he would call and never ever did, shoot him an easy and casual and playful text. I would personally drop it if you don’t get a response a second time. Stay casual about it. If you send out a mad, demanding text right away, he’s definitely not going to answer.
3. If possible, reach out in person.
Casually try to see him in person. You’ll be able to get his vibe when you see him in person. Plus, it will give you the opportunity to dress to impress and ignite his attention. Men are very visual creatures and sometimes they need a friendly reminder of how fantastic you are. You’ll know something is up if he acts unusual or is really avoidant.
4. Be careful about who you complain to.
I understand this whole scenario is most likely making you upset and really mad. Just be careful about who you complain to. I wouldn’t complain to any mutual friends you have with this person because they can easily go back and inform them what you stated or, even worse, make things more dramatic and make you seem crazy. Vent to your close friends who you trust, but do not let everyone know you’re upset.
5. Avoid writing about it on social media.
Again, you don’t want this to be a public affair — it’s between you and this person and it’s no one else’s business. Avoid sub-tweeting nasty remarks or making “subtle” Facebook statuses that are obviously about him and the situation. You may believe it will capture his attention and make him wish to call you, but it will certainly just make you look immature and annoying and turn him off.
6. Don’t wait around for him.
When he’s been blowing you off, I understand how easy it is to obsess over a possible text or message from this man. Don’t wait around for him. Don’t continue your phone glued to your hand or jump every time it makes a noise. Don’t stay home simply in case he calls. Head out, live your life and try to put this in the back of your mind.
7. Move on and cut your losses.
If he never ever reacts to anything? Seriously, forget him and move on. Giving him no attention and doing your own thing will offer a much better message than sending him a long text explaining why he’s a dirtbag. And if he’s not going to respect you enough to answer you, he’s unworthy of your time at all.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says efforts to save the naira by rationing foreign exchange have gradually crumbled.
The IMF also said the challenges around foreign exchange in Nigeria have pushed inflation to double digits in Africa’s largest economy.
This is coming a year after Christine Lagarde, IMF managing director, met with the main players in the Nigerian economy, including Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance; Godwin Emefiele, governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and President Muhammadu Buhari.
Lagarde, at the time, called for subsidy removal and devaluation of the naira — both of which have been done.
In its policy paper on macroeconomic developments and prospects in low-income developing countries (LIDCs), unveiled on Thursday, the IMF said the failures in the economy were due to “delayed/poorly managed policy adjustment”.
“There were sharp movements in currencies across many LIDCs during 2015. Further sizeable depreciations were recorded in 2016 in commodity exporters under stress,” the paper read.
IMF said this includes “Mongolia, where reserve levels have been significantly eroded, and Nigeria, where efforts to support the naira through foreign exchange rationing have gradually crumbled”.
“Inflation has risen to troubling levels in a handful of cases, concentrated in sub-Saharan Africa. Among commodity exporters, large exchange rate depreciations were a key contributor in Mozambique, Nigeria, and Zambia”.
The IMF blamed the failures on lack of business confidence in conflict zones and delay in policy adjustment by the country’s leadership.
“Domestic policy failures cited include delayed/poorly managed policy adjustment to lower commodity prices — as in Nigeria, where foreign exchange rationing adversely affected debt service capacity of many corporates.
“Nigeria (is) affected by Boko Haram-led attacks in the north and disruptions to oil production in the Niger Delta region. Aside from direct damage and increased security outlays, conflict situations undermine business confidence, investment, and tourism.”
The fund also said Nigeria’s financial developments affected neighbouring countries like Chad, which also plunged into a recession, and Benin.
“External developments have predictably played an important causal role in the emergence of financial sector stress, through falling commodity prices, declining remittances, and adverse spillovers from neighbors — as in the impact of Nigeria’s economic difficulties on Benin.
“That said, teams’ assessments indicate that poor macroeconomic policies and weak supervision have also played a significant contributory role.”
Allie Dowdle, a US student has raised more than $10,000 through crowdfunding after claiming that her mum and dad cut her off for having a black boyfriend. She says her parents refused to give her any more cash saying they didn’t approve of the relationship.
Writing on her GoFundMe page, Allie said:
“As I am 18, my parents have chosen to no longer support my future, stripping me of all my resources.” Allie says she and Michael Swift dated for around a year after first telling her parents but that the issue came to a head before Christmas after Michael approached her parents again.
She claims after that conversation, she was cut off by her parents and no longer has access to her personal savings, car and phone and can’t afford to pay for her education any more.
“My dad did not give me an option: he told me that I was not allowed to see Michael ever again,” she says.
“Why? Strictly because of skin colour. It wasn’t a quiet ‘no,’ either. I’ll never forget the yelling my parents did, when they expressed how disappointed they were in me, that I could do so much better. I did not know what to do. .
I couldn’t comprehend how someone could be seen as less because of pigment. I still can’t comprehend it, and I never will be able to. How could my love for another person be wrong because of his skin colour? And why would that make me unworthy of a future I’ve worked so hard for?
Because my parents have listed me, their own daughter, as someone who is not worthy of their time and money, I have turned to the public for support.” Michael Swift now attends Clemson University in South Carolina.
Looking for a way to make cex an enjoyable experience, here are pitfalls you must avoid during love making.
For your own safety, here are five things you should never do during s*x, according to Dailystar.
Here are five things you should avoid during the act:
1. Forget about your risk of STDs
Across the world more than half of all people will have an STI in their lifetime and roughly one million people catch some type of sexual infection every day.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve been tested, if you have cex without a condom you are still putting yourself at risk of catching a cex disease.
In fact you can even catch an STI without having cex, so always make your sexual health a priority.
2. Put food in the wrong places
Playing around with food in the bedroom can be sexy, but don’t start sticking it places it shouldn’t go – like inside her v@gina or anus.
Bits of food can break off and become lodged inside people’s bodies and it’s a common problem for emergency room doctors.
Stick to cex toys to be safe between the sheets – they can even make you last longer in bed.
3. Pressure her to finish
Remember that one in three women have trouble orgasming during cex and a massive 80% can’t come from penetration alone, according to Planned Parenthood stats.
Forget about making her climax during cex and switch to foreplay or self-stimulation instead.
4. Go too hard or too fast
Getting too vigorous with your thrusting technique can do damage to both parties.
It can lead to little tears in her v@gina or break your schlong.
Leah Millheiser, M.D., ob-gyn, clinical assistant professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, told Men’s Health: “Avoid vigorous thrusting at odd or stressful angles, since a misplaced thrust could lead to inadvertent fracture of the pen!s.”
5. Use the wrong lube
If you’re using traditional latex condoms during your romp, stick to a water or silicone-based lubricant.
Dr Leah explained: “If you’re using a latex condom, do not use an oil-based lube – including natural lubricants like olive or coconut oil – because they break down the latex and the condom becomes ineffective.”
With this, I hope most of you will now have a clearer understanding why I did my new year video to encourage girls. With men like Pretty Mike on the loose, using young girls in such derogatory ways, it’s becoming more important why we need to educate and empower the girl child.
This man pays these girls peanuts just so he can put them on a leash and walk them around like a dog when he goes to events. Silly, little man! See more photos after the cut…