“He had an opportunity to make real reforms early on, to boldly reshape Nigeria’s path. He wasted it,”
List of largest cities in Nigeria is different from the list of most loved cities in Nigeria
It started as a movement in Africa, Ankara, the African prints has become the latest fashion trends in the globe. Ankara Inspired by the locals and designers in Africa has become the next big thing. Osas eye brings you a collection of the best Ankara dresses
If Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan can free the missing girls, he would have done it before now. He can't. He failed
African wear continues to rock the fashion trend. From Nigeria to South Africa, Osas eye gives you look at some of the jaw dropping traditional wear by African designers for men
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Monday, September 29, 2014
The next President of Nigeria in the next general election is beginning to take shape. Nigeria presidential candidates wants to take over leadership of the country in 2015.
Kano State Governor, Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso became the latest to declare his ambition to run for the highly coveted position. Kwankwaso, while speaking with newsmen Sunday night in Kano, said he had been studying the problems facing the country over the years and had come up with the possible answers.
He said,.“The situation is so bad that apart from those displaced by the insurgents, many other Nigerians have been hospitalized while others have gone into hiding just to save their lives, while the system continues to give assurance of victory,” the governor lamented.
“So many Nigerians have also been displaced in Chibok, Gwoza and Bama as well as other places in the country. This is not a good thing for Nigeria and we need to rise up and find a lasting solution to the problem, which is not beyond us.
“A situation whereby Nigeria’s leadership is encouraging division is not good for the unity of Nigeria. We should stop abusing the very people we are supposed to protect and give them a sense of hope and dignity,” Kwankwaso noted.
The governor joins the like of President Goodluck Jonathan, Buhari, Atiku Abubakar and Chris Okotie.
Amal Clooney looked stunning, dressed in a lace long-sleeved Giambattista Valli dress dotted with bright flowers. George Clooney opted for Giorgio Armani.
The pair tied the knot on Saturday at the seven star Aman Canal Grande hotel.
A-list guests of the nuptials included Matt Damon, U2's Bono, Anna Wintour, Bill Murray, Emily Blunt, and Cindy Crawford.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Ahead of the 2015 general elections, veteran Nollywood Actor, Kenneth Okonkwo became the latest of Nigerian actor, actresses or musicians to join the league of other entertainers currently eyeing various political offices.
The star Actor is seeking to represent Nsukka/Igboeze South Federal Constituency at the National Assembly on the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
Friday, September 26, 2014
First it was grass, then petrol, what is next?South African madness..not only in Africa!! This kind of rubbish happens all over, but it is alarming the rate at which it happens in Africa. This day in age, there are still people who walk around with dead brains. People with little faith turn to believe and worship fake pastors.
The popular Television reality show has so far unveiled 12 housemates who will appear in the Season 9 of the show, which is scheduled to start on October 5, 2014.in South Africa.
M-Net and Endemol, the organizers of the show, have been unveiling this year's BBA housemates for the past five days.
The organizers has so far unveiled Zimbabwe's JJ, Tanzanian's Laveda and South Africa-based Ghanaian Kacey Moore, who will represent Ghana in the show.
Miss Uganda Stellah Nantumbwe (Ellah), Uganda's Esther, Kenya's Melvin Alusa, Zimbabwe's Butterphly, Botswana's Goitse, Tanzania's Idris and Alusha from Kenya
Nigeria is yet to found out their other representative housemates beside Ulian. Fever peach! Big Brother Africa gets you talking. See pictures of the housemates
The winner of the Season 9 hotshot of the widely-awaited television reality show will be honored with a huge prize of US$300,000.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
American model Amber Rose aka bootilicious mama releases her selfie nude pictures before hackers.
The stunning model, who was announced as one of the latest victims in the celebrity nude hacking scandal this weekend, decided she'd get a step ahead of the photo leakers, and shared a naked photo of herself before they did.
Amber Rose shared the sexy bare butt picture lying on her bed on Tuesday afternoon.
She teases fellas with the caption: "Good morning."
Nigeria's Boko Haram group leader dead? Where are the missing girls? The Nigerian military spokesman has said that more than 260 Boko Haram militants have surrendered in north-eastern Nigeria and that the military had killed the man posing as the group's leader, Abubakar Shekau.
Mohammed Bashir is said to have appeared in the group's videos but is thought to be an imposter.
The military said that 135 Boko Haram members surrendered with their weapons in Biu, Borno State, on Tuesday - and that 133 others surrendered elsewhere in north-eastern Nigeria and were currently being interrogated.
General Chris Olukolade of the Nigerian military said that Mohammed Bashir, who was killed in the latest offensive against Boko Haram, was a lookalike.
Bashir "had been acting or posing in videos as the deceased Abubakar Shekau, the eccentric character known as leader of the group", he added.
The military however did not give any dates or locations for when they believe leader Shekau actually died.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
The 21-year-old American dreamt of her own reality show on television. The young woman from the Florida has gone not only fame and fortune but: "I wanted to make myself unattractive to men. I would have no more dates. "
Jasmine Tridevil is working as a masseuse. She met with over 50 or 60 contact physicians before one was ready for the operation: an inserted middle breast. This other breast would have ethical concerns. But what really makes a woman pay $ 20,000 (almost 16,000 euros) for a third breast in the middle of the chest made of silicone and transplanted skin?
"I have saved two years and every penny invested," she told the radio station on. Since then, she told her parents about the surgery, her mother no longer speak with her. On Instagram and Facebook Jasmine published the self-made pictures of the three breast.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Charlie Fisher, 20, from Hatfield in Hertfordshire, was in relationships with all three women at the same time. And, until recently, they were completely unaware of each other's existence.
His cheating came to light when one of his girlfriends, A-level student Becky Connery, aged 17 and who Fisher had been dating since March, saw a message from another woman on his phone.
Doubtful of his claims that she was 'just a friend' and suspicious of his evasive behaviour, Connery found the 20-year-old woman (who wishes to remain anonymous) on Twitter and sent her a message. The pair then discovered they were both in relationships with Fisher.They subsequently located a third woman on Facebook, bar supervisor Lizzie Leeland-Cunningham, 19, who had been dating supermarket worker Fisher since April. The trio decided to confront Fisher at the airport, as he returned from a holiday in Germany. They shouted at him as he came through customs, calling him a 'liar' and a 'cheat'.
Friday, September 19, 2014
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Africa’s popular reality TV show, Big Brother Africa which was supposed to launch on September 7, 2014 was postponed following a fire incident will now premiere on October 5, 2014 at 1900 CAT.
Sasani Studios in Highlands, North Johannesburg where Big Brother Africa (BBA) Hotshot season 9 was supposed to be hosted, was gutted by fire a few days before the show was to launch, leaving fans disappointed.
Followers of the show can now look forward to it, as M-Net and Endemol SA has announced that is has secured another location.
“M-Net and Endemol SA have spent the last 48 hours searching both locally and internationally for a venue in which to produce Season 9 of the highly popular Big Brother Africa reality show. After exploring all possible options, the team are delighted to announce that the show will go on as a venue has been found to get the show on air within the next month,”
“A multitude of factors have had to be considered including the complex technical requirements, logistics, technical crews and satellite link facilities, which have all formed part of the challenge. However, M-Net is delighted to assure all its Big Brother fans that their favourite reality show will launch soon and thanks fans from across the continent for their support“.
This year the winner stands to walk away with $300,000. The show, will air 24/7 for 91 days on DStv channels 198 and 199. The show’s host will once again be Nigerian, IK Osakioduwa.
Big Brother Hotshots will run 24/7 on DStv channels 197 and 198, with live eviction shows as well as the best of the live daily and weekly highlights shown on Africa Magic Family, Africa Magic Showcase, Africa Magic World and Maisha Magic
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
First it was the big bank theory that later became a reality. The sex scandals involving Pastor Chris and Anita Oyakhilome. A scandal that is eventually leading to the couple's divorce after 23 years of marriage.
Secondly, it was the famous goateed preacher Pastor TB Joshua who initially claimed that only a few people were injured and then suggested that a low-flying aircraft was responsible for the collapse of his megabuilding headquarters.
On Tuesday he had tweeted: "Hard times may test me, they cannot destroy me."
Nigeria's National Emergency Management Agency's Ibrahim Farinloye said that much about the incident remained unclear and that the Synagogue "hid so much information from us. At least 17 people were killed reports the NNEM. South African President says 67 of its citizen were killed in the collapse of the church building. A cover up scandal?
Third is the reports that a private jet was seized and two Nigerians were being investigated for trying to smuggle $9.3 million in cash into South Africa. It turns out that the private jet and the money belongs to the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN president, Ayo Oritsejafor via a company he co-owns, Eagle Air. The disgraced Pastor Oritsejafor said he had leased the jet to another company so had no control over the use of the jet.
"On behalf of Pastor Oritsejafor, we can confirm that although he holds an interest in Eagle Air, the aircraft in question is not operated by Pastor Oritsejafor. The aircraft was leased to, and is operated by Green Coast Produce Limited since August 2” a statement from the church read.
I hope Boko Hamram group gets destroyed. May God bring these children back to their parents. However, disagree with critics who believes that Nigeria don't value their women and that if a white female journalist had been kidnapped with these girls there would have been a different response. Being white and even American did not save the journalist that was beheaded by ISIS. The ISIS are still operable,
On the night of April 14, 2014, hundreds of schoolgirls at the Chibok boarding school in northeastern Nigeria awoke to the sound of gunfire. They saw men in camouflage approaching and thought soldiers were coming to save them from a militant attack, according to survivors' accounts.
Instead, more than 270 of the schoolgirls found themselves in the clutches of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram. Their abduction sparked global outrage and a huge campaign calling for their rescue, partly propelled by the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls.
This is their five months anniversary since the girls were kidnapped. Here's what has happened since.
Not one student has been rescued
In the first days after the abduction, 57 of the girls managed to escape from their captors. But not one has escaped or been rescued since then.
Even though they were reportedly located months ago
In May, a Nigerian military official claimed he knew where the girls were being held. A month later, U.S. surveillance planes also spotted a group that officials believed to be the girls.
Stephen Davis, an Australian cleric and mediator, said in June that a deal to free the girls had fallen apart three different times in one month. He says that powerful people with "vested interests" are working to sabotage a deal, and he has accused Nigerian politicians of funding Boko Haram. Nigeria's government has defended its approach to the crisis and warned that a rescue effort might risk the girls' lives.
Other countries have made little progress
According to the Associated Press, it took more than two weeks for Nigeria to accept offers of international assistance to find the schoolgirls.
When other countries did start to help, they didn't get very far. The U.S. sent 80 troops in late May to coordinate an aerial search from neighboring Chad. Canada, France, Israel and the U.K. also sent special forces to Nigeria. But six weeks later, the Pentagon press secretary announced that the U.S. mission would be scaled back, saying: "We don't have any better idea today than we did before about where these girls are."
The troops are still in Chad and the U.S. has surveillance and reconnaissance flightslooking for the girls each week. U.S. officials have expressed concern about sharing intelligence on Boko Haram given the Nigerian military's poor human rights record.
Meanwhile, the girls' hometown is still in danger
Residents in Chibok face the unrelenting threat of an attack by militants. In June, aBoko Haram offensive on nearby villages crept within three miles of the town where the girls were kidnapped.
Tragically, at least 11 parents of the kidnapped girls have been killed by militants or died of illness.
And Boko Haram violence rages on
Since April, Boko Haram claims to have taken over at least five towns in northeastern Nigeria, although the military says it has won some of these back. The militant group has also kidnapped at least three more smaller groups of girls as well as dozens ofboys and young men -- some of whom were later rescued.
More than 2,100 people are reported to have been killed by Boko Haram since April 14, according to data from the Council on Foreign Relations. And during a span of 10 days in August, some 10,000 people were displaced by fighting in northeastern Nigeria.
Nigeria’s military has buckled under pressure...
Nigeria's military appears ill-equipped to deal with the challenge. Complaining of a lack of weapons, at least 40 Nigerian soldiers reportedly refused orders to fight Boko Haram in August. And during recent attacks by Boko Haram in border towns, at least 600 Nigerian soldiers reportedly fled to Cameroon. The army claimed that some of the troops were performing a tactical maneuver.
...And been accused of grave human rights abuses
President, Goodluck Jonathan, recently faced severe backlash after a group campaigning for his reelection started using the hashtag #BringBackGoodluck2015, sparking outrage among groups still campaigning for the girls' return.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Friday, September 12, 2014
In Nigeria, the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Bill 2013, signed into law by President Goodluck Jonathan in 2014, imposes prison sentences of up to 14 years on those who are found guilty of being involved in gay organisations. Gays who publicly demonstrate their sexuality can be jailed for 10 years.
In Uganda, President Yoweri Museveni passed an anti-homosexuality bill in February that sees life imprisonment for gay sex and same-sex marriage.
In Cameroon, its penal code states: "Any person who has sexual relations with a person of the same sex shall be punished with a term of imprisonment of five years and a fine of between 20,000 and 200,000 francs [£25-£250]."
The Gambian parliament has now passed a bill which criminalizes homosexuality and punishes gay people with life imprisonment.
According to the new piece of legislation, gay Gambians can be charged with "aggravated homosexuality" if they have a homosexual relationship with someone younger than 18, or if they are affected by HIV and have homosexual relations.
"A person who commits the offence of aggravated homosexuality is liable on conviction to imprisonment [for] life," said one section of the bill, which is yet to be signed into law by President Yahya Jammeh.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
It would have been bogus and surprising if South African Oscar Pistorius had been convicted of premeditated murder.
Ms. Steenkamp, Judge Masipa agreed “was killed under very peculiar circumstances,” but “what is not conjecture is that the accused armed himself with a loaded firearm.”
“The state clearly has not proved beyond reasonable doubt that the accused is guilty of premeditated murder,” she said. “There are not enough facts.”
“In my view, none of this evidence, from the state or defense, proves anything, she said. “Normal relationships are dynamic and unpredictable sometimes.”
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
'The President is the father of two daughters. And like any American, he believes that domestic violence is contemptible and unacceptable in a civilized society,' said the statement which denounced Rice for his violence towards Janay, who is now his wife.
'Hitting a woman is not something a real man does, and that's true whether or not an act of violence happens in the public eye, or, far too often, behind closed doors.
'Stopping domestic violence is something that's bigger than football – and all of us have a responsibility to put a stop to it.' While most people condemned the incident, the bitter pill is that his fiancee got married to him after the elevator knockout last February. Was she afraid he will kill her rather than pay alimony if she divorces him. Lots of statistics shows that many cases of women being murdered by abusive husbands because they divorced them.
Back in May, the Ravens NFL star Ray Rice staged a press conference with Janay Rice, newlyweds at the time, the point of which was to deliver her absolution to the fans. What has love got to do with this?
“Janay Rice says she deeply regrets the role that she played the night of the incident.” It took the new video for the team to delete that tweet, months later.
Monday, September 8, 2014
New monkey studies show that one shot of an experimental Ebola vaccine can trigger fast protection, but the effect waned unless the animals got a booster shot made a different way.
The NIH on Sunday published some of the key animal research behind those injections. One reason the vaccine was deemed promising was that a single dose protected all four vaccinated monkeys when they were exposed to high levels of Ebola virus just five weeks later, researchers reported in the journal Nature Medicine.
Is five weeks fast enough?
That's in line with other vaccines routinely used today, and fortunately it didn't take multiple doses to trigger that much protection, said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, whose employees led the work.
The bigger challenge is that the protection wanes over time.
Researchers exposed monkeys to Ebola 10 months after vaccination, and this time only half were protected.
Partial protection is better than none, Fauci said. But the goal is long-lasting protection, so it was time to try booster shots. The vaccine is made with a chimpanzee cold virus, used as a delivery system for pieces of an Ebola gene. The researchers tried simply giving another dose as a booster two months later. That didn't work well enough.
So they tried a different approach called "prime-boost." The first dose, to prime the immune system, was that original chimp virus-based Ebola vaccine. But for the booster two months later, they made vaccine a different way. They encased the same Ebola gene pieces inside a poxvirus that's used to make a vaccine against smallpox. (Neither vaccine type can cause Ebola.)
This time, all four monkeys still were protected 10 months after the initial shot.
With the Ebola crisis rapidly worsening, the World Health Organization said Friday that it would try to speed the use of certain experimental products, including two vaccine candidates. The WHO said that in November, it expects early results from first-stage studies to see if the vaccine appears safe and triggers an immune reaction in people. That would help determine whether to test the shots' effectiveness in health care workers in West Africa.
Small animal and human safety studies cannot guarantee that experimental vaccines really work in an outbreak, Fauci said. That's why he emphasizes public health measures such as isolating the sick, quarantine and, especially for health workers, using personal protection equipment.
"Make sure people do what works," he said.
The booster-shot findings illustrate an added complexity to speeding an experimental vaccine into the field. The initial first phase study results would shed light only on that "priming" vaccine made from the chimp cold virus, Fauci said.
Still, manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline has said it plans to begin manufacturing up to 10,000 doses of the initial NIH-developed vaccine.
Canadian researchers created a similar Ebola vaccine that works in monkeys. Manufacturer NewLink Genetics of Ames, Iowa, said first-stage safety testing in healthy volunteers is set to begin in a few weeks.
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Nigeria's Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) has named Osun State Governor Rauf Aregbesola as the best performing governor in Nigeria.
ICPC on Monday described the governor of the State of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, as the best-performing governor in Nigeria with his pro-people’s policies and transparency in governance.
ICPC team led by the commission board South West Representative, Professor Olu Aina told the governor, ''you are one of the few individuals we have voluntarily visited, not for interrogation but as the most-performing governor in Nigeria this year.''
“As part of our re-organisation in ICPC, we are giving serious attention to education. After critical examination of various cases before us, we considered education and orientation as most important aspects of our war against corruption and you will recall that you were invited to the commission office before, as a result of value you place on education. We have the privilege to honour you again for your commitment to banish poverty through education.”
Responding, Governor Aregbesola, who described poverty as the brain of corruption, said the most important aspect of war against corruption is education to restore human and societal values, adding that corruption has become a way of life in Nigeria.
He said: “There cannot be a fresh and stimulating opportunity than what I have today, which is the first day I resumed office after election. I commend the new philosophy of ICPC to enlighten, educate and re-orientate all of us to shun corruption. As much as I agree with punishment, education is critical to the war against corruption.”
“The first step to eliminate it, is to educate us against the danger it poses to our society. However, poverty cannot be divorced from corruption. Poverty is a condition of existence, where society does not matter to you, when you are not even conscious of your environment.
“That is why we are struggling to put in place a governing system that will guarantee for the people what Awolowo sought seriously to make a way of life. Starting from our region to the nation, we have succeed in repeating those programmes here, which is the cradle of our party; freedom for all, life more abundant. This is our party’s vision for the people to pursue their legitimate desire and vision.”
Aregbesola said the stance of his government towards the people earned him the victory in the last governorship election, despite intimidation with federal might.
“For those who monitor the just-concluded election; considering the weakness of our own structure and the strength of the major opposition, we stood no chance on our own, but for the unimaginable support of the masses, it was impossible for any harm to come to us. That was the reason we won conveniently. Therefore, we have no excuse not to stand by the people.
“The welfare of the public is their interest and in a democracy you have no choice than to tailor every aspect of government’s direction to meet the desire of the people. That is why when the security operatives, who wore masks, were shooting sporadically, the people were waving brooms that they were for us and nothing could change their mind,” Aregbesola said.
While it is still at the beginning stages alot of speculation in the Nigerian rumor blogs points to adultery. The church website has withdrawn the name of Anita Oyakhilome from all ministerial work. Anita has reportedly filed an action at a UK court to end their 20-year-old marriage.
Mrs. Oyakhilome accuses her husband of “adultery” and “unreasonable behaviour”, charges Mr. Chris has denied. The couple has two daughters together.
Pastor Chris is said to have described his wife as a “bitter and angry” woman who is being influenced by bad friends who are out to seek his downfall. He accused his wife of seeking to overpower the authorities of the elders she met when she joined the Christian ministry.
Christ Embassy, also known as Believers Love World (BLW), which has Pastor Chris Oyakhilome as the General Overseer is arguably one of the biggest churches in Africa. It boasts of over 40,000 worshippers cutting across over four countries. The church’s headquarters is in Lagos.
Speaking to Style magazine the completely naked Kendall Jenner said: "I am doing this for me, on my own. God, I love my family but this is my thing, it's me."
At age of 18, the star followed sister Kim Kardashian to the list of naked ceebrity in just less than a week.
The photo shoot was captured by famed photographer Russell James, Kendall is featured in his book Angels, alongside some other stunners.
Friday, September 5, 2014
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Thank you @BritishGQ for making me Woman of the Year! Such an honor!!!! Kim posted on twitter.
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More findings according to the polls revealed “an assessment of the President’s performance on key elements of his transformation agenda in the month of August revealed that the President received an average three rating in his performance on Job creation, power, economy, education, health, agriculture & food security,
“Transportation and Foreign Policy & Diplomacy except for Security, which he performed poorly. Still based on his transformation agenda, the month of August saw a push in the President’s performance on Power and Economy to an average rating (3) following a continuous poor rating since February 2014.
“This figure illustrates the highest positive rating recorded in power supply from the inception of the NOIPolls power monitoring polls in January 2013. These are some of the key findings from the Governance Snap Poll conducted in the week of August 25th 2014.
“These results represent the eighth in the 2014 monthly series of governance polls conducted by NOIPolls to gauge the opinions and perceptions of Nigerians regarding the approval rating of the President, the performance of the President on key elements of his transformation agenda, and the state of power supply in the country.
The firm explained respondents to the poll were asked three specific questions on job performance of President Goodluck Jonathan over the past 1 month and that the results revealed that 61 percent of adult Nigerians surveyed approve of the President’s performance where 41 percent approve and 20 percent strongly approve.
“A total of 26 percent of the respondents assessed disapprove of the President’s performance, where 18 percent disagree and 8 percent strongly disagree. Furthermore, 13 percent remained neutral as they neither approve nor disapprove.
On zonal analysis, the NOIPolls said “the South-East and the South-South zones accounted for the largest fraction of respondents who approve of the President’s job performance with 89 percent and 74 percent respectively. The North-Central and North-West zones have the highest proportion of respondents who were neutral with 20 percent and 17 percent.
“Also, the North-East zone and the North-West zone have the largest proportion of respondents who disapprove of the President’s job performance with 41 percent and 38 percent respectively.
“Monthly trend analysis of the President’s approval rating reveals that the President’s approval rating remained almost stable with a slight decline by 1-point to stand at 61 percent in August 2014.
This current result and that obtained in January 2014 both represent the second highest rating since NOIPolls started its governance poll in January 2013. Likewise, the average rating of the President’s job performance after 8 months is at 56.5 percent, this implies that the President performed above his 8- month’s average by 5-points.
This NOIPolls rating currently being at par with the rating obtained in January 2014, represents a 1-point drop from July’s rating which was recorded at 62 percent. But it is inconsistent with the Gallup Scorecard that recorded Presidents from more than half of the 26 sub-Saharan African countries surveyed in 2013 and 2014. That Poll puts President Goodluck Jonathan at 43%.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
In an interview with City People magazine, pastor Akingbade said Nigerian men see foreplay and other activities before intercourse as a waste of time. She says to have a bliss marital life, great sex must be incorporated and that the woman should not be seen as an object just to 'release' into.
These statement has not been taken lightly by fellow Nigerians who reacted in massive voice calling the accusations wrong facts. Some even says she's been giving advice to the wrong people and should never use that as a template to judge the Nigerian man.
How would you describe the Nigerian man when it comes to sex?
The Nigerian man is always in a rush when it comes to sex. They rush into it and quickly rush out once they "come". Every driver that wants an accident-free trip must drive safely, know his road signs, have good driving skills and be a good observer. This is also true with sex because marital sex is a journey and not to be done in a rush. Those who want to succeed in marriage give their sex life a lot of attention and sex is what makes it different and wonderful. So, for no reason must a spouse "beg" or "plead" for sex from her partner. Rather, good sex should be given mutually at all times" Continue...
Why then do you think that the Nigerian man rush into and out of sex?
Even though a penis is controlled by the nervous system, it still has a mind of its own. Every woman loves foreplay but the African man has not much time for those sweet touching of a woman's body or genital before sex, they see it as a waste of time. If men tend to rush through foreplay, if at all they want to do it, they do it mildly and hurriedly. This is because they are ever ready the moment they have an erection. Delaying intercourse when they have an erection and a willing woman nearby? That sounds idiotic to them because they see it as a waste of their precious time. A true Nigerian woman is not frigid. It is the way and manner a Nigerian man, lets say a black man, gives sex to her that makes a black woman frigid. A Nigerian man goes out from his own point of need and not from the woman's point of need. They rush into the woman's private part and rush out. They see the woman as an object to release into. They don't care whether she has an orgasm. All they are after is about themselves. They fail to realize that she has her sexual Libido which should be touched or aroused before dipping their manhood into her. But we let them know that they should never rush the woman. A man should ask a woman to give him different styles and positions during sex. She should be free to ask for sex whenever she feels the urge. Our men should allow the women to have sex the way they enjoy doing it too. It shouldn't be just the Adam and Eve style where the man commands her to open and raise her legs and all of a sudden he rushes inside immediately. This means she has just been legally raped. Ask a woman what she wants in bed or during sex, she will tell you she wants to be romanced, touched, kissed, she wants to be friendly. She wants to be bounced with her partner first and this will really make her come easily and sweetly. She will never be frigid if the man presses the right buttons in her because sex to a woman is emotion and she can trade sex for affections because he wants sex. The moment she gets affection from her man, she will be able to open up well for her man to come inside her. So a woman you can easily go into her heart is a woman you can easily get into her legs. Before sex, a woman will want the man to start with talk even if the talk is not relevant but she just needs your attention. She will want to be touched all over but not immediately at the main point of her body so that so it does not appear like you are only interested in getting in-between her legs. Give her the attention, get bonded, get connected first because she wants to feel you. So sex to a man is a show of love he derives during sex or after the sex while that of a woman is a show of emotion she gets before sex. So if you don't understand what a woman really needs in sex, she will tighten her legs and lie down like a log or dead body lying in state because she is not feeling the man emotionally" she said
Former Minister of Education, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, yesterday, explained why her ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ movement will not relent in mounting pressure on the Federal Government to rescue the over 200 girls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents in Chibok, Borno State. She vowed that there is no going back in the campaign until the girls are rescued.
Adesina said: “We will sit and reflect on what you have raised and also consider what the readers want. We should be neutral but we will not close our eyes. ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ is being seen as an opposition campaign. Media houses are only careful and striving to maintain balance and fairness in their dealings. “For us, this is an advocacy session and we heard the messages you have sent across. We will address the concerns you have raised. You will likely see more action, though it may not be as exactly as you are asking for it. And at the end of it all, by the grace of God, when the girls are back, we will all rejoice. ”
The launch of the new season of Africa's Big Brother has been cancelled by a "devastating" fire at its purpose-built studios in Johannesburg.
The show, due to start on Sunday, September 7, 2014 has been put off while producers "urgently" seek alternative facilities.
No-one was hurt in the fire and its cause will remain unknown until an investigation gets underway.
Contestants from 14 countries were due to take part in the ninth series of the reality show.
It was due to run for 91 days before crowning a winner to succeed last year's winner, Dilish Matthews from Namibia.
This year's victor stands to win $300,000 (£182,000), the same as the prize pot in 2013.
Programme makers Endemol South Africa and M-Net said efforts to find another complex in which to film the show would be difficult at such short notice due to its "highly technical infrastructure" which is not "immediately available".
"Every effort will be made to find a solution as quickly as possible to ensure that Africa's biggest reality show will continue," they added.
The new edition of the show was due to be shown across Africa via satellite television.
Big Brother has been a popular draw since it started in 2003, and has produced winners from Tanzania, Angola, Nigeria, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa.