It’s not only about big penis in sex, know what women want.

Researchers at the Kinsey institute note that…

• Bigger size penises are not always better, instead women expect penis size to match penetration.

• Women love penis size of between 5.5 inches and six inches when fully erect.

• Women pay attention to girth over length. Penis girth can be defined as the thickness of a male penis when it is fully erect.

• Throughout the history of mankind, females prefer human males who are well-endowed.

• What matters most is how to use the penis properly to achieve maximum sensation leading to a woman’s orgasm.

• Both increases in length and girth play a crucial role when it comes to satisfying a woman, sexually of course.

• Bigger penis girth gives both strength and consistency of the penis.

• When the penis is making its entry into the vagina, it hits a wider area that holds sensitive nerve endings resulting in a much intense sensation for orgasm.

• The tighter it gets into the vaginal walls, the more pressure it has to stimulate the nerve endings.

• The first three inches deep into the vaginal entrance wall considered the most sensitive area.

• The bigger the penis can fill the vaginal walls, the better sexual sensation it offers.

• Men with an average size penis are preferable when it comes to proper stimulation of the sensitive nerve endings of the vagina.

• Varying the techniques of penetration such as angles and changing sexual positions are also both important.

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Police stop woman from jumping into Lagos lagoon

The woman being led into waiting van

A woman who was about to jump into the Lagos Lagoon was rescued by the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command Friday morning.

According to the woman, she was pushed to committing suicide in order to put an end to her constant sleeplessness and shame occasioned by her indebtedness to three Swiss textile dealers.

The Police reported that 58-year-old Taiwo Momoh, who lives in Lekki and a textile dealer in Lagos Island, had pulled off her shoes,  wrapper and was about jumping into the lagoon when the officers rescued her.

She explained that her problem started sometime in 2015 when a Bureau de Change dealer stole the N18.7m she wanted to pay her foreign creditors with.

She said the creditors had given her Swiss textiles worth several millions of naira, noting that she had maintained good relationship with them for more than 15 years.

Her condition, she added, became compounded when robbers invaded her shop in Lagos Island, carting away most of the textiles that were left in the shop.

She emphasised that most of the time, she had been having sleepless nights and seeing the ‘ghosts’ of the creditors whenever she was alone.

Momoh, being a member of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, alleged that it was also difficult for her to see the pastor of her parish.

Lagos state commissioner of police Fatai Owoseni with Taiwo Momoh

She said on several occasions, she had attempted to see her parish pastor to identify with her problem and for the church to help her raise money to meet her Swiss creditors in order to assure them that she would pay their money.

She noted that she was only allowed to see the second-in-command, which yielded no fruits.

Momoh said, “Added to all these, my first son, whom I felt would stand by me and console me, abandoned me. By the time I’m gone, maybe he would come around and inherit what is left.

“I don’t want to use my debt and death to disturb anybody. I was in the shop this morning. I have looked everywhere and estimated what is there.

“I think, with my house, a bungalow, those I am leaving behind can still live comfortably. I want to go and meet God. This world is empty.

“I won’t because I want to get rich join cult group. I go my way and I don’t socialise unnecessarily.

“I was a Muslim, I have, because of this problem, been jumping from one faith to the other.

“The problem is too much for me to bear. I want to go back to God.

“That is why I have dressed very simply. I am ready to meet Him. If He cannot address my problem on earth, let me go back to Him.”

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Can you buy this bicycle for $39,000 (pics)


Having already conquered the road with its nearly 1,500 horsepower Chiron, Bugatti has seemingly decided to start spending its extremely valuable time working on other forms of conveyance. The company’s recent Chiron-inspired Niniette line of yachts is one of those projects, but at over $2 million it’s a pretty hard sell. The newest Bugatti spinoff isn’t nearly that expensive, and it’s not as absurdly decked out as a yacht or supercar, but you still probably won’t be able to afford it. It’s a bicycle, and it’s priced like an SUV.

Bugatti partnered with luxury bicycle manufacturer PG for the new road bike, and it’s not the first time the two have come together to release a bike with Bugatti branding. The bike is called simply the PG Bugatti Bike, and it shares a surprising amount of design language with the Chiron itself.


Like Bugatti’s supercars, the PG Bugatti Bike is built with generous helpings of carbon fiber. In fact, PG says that over 95% of the bike is carbon fiber, which helps keep the weight extremely low at less than 11 lbs. There’s also some other fancy technology built in, including a shock absorption bar and aerodynamic tubing.

There’s a couple of interesting — and even somewhat humorous — quirks about the bike, too, including the fact that you can have it customized to match your own Bugatti, which you definitely don’t have. You can add leather and special paint jobs as well, but even after you’ve customized the bike to your exact specifications, Bugatti says you shouldn’t actually ride it around town. Nope, the company notes that the bike “is a piece of sports equipment which is not intended to be used on public roads.” That’s a bit of a bummer, especially considering the previous PG Bugatti bicycle retailed at over $39,000. That’s an awful lot of money to spend on a bike you can’t ride around the block.

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A man who had gone through depression shared his experience

After the whole scenario and saga of the Dr. Oji Alllwell who took his life by jumping from 3rd mainland bridge, I had known and come to notice that life isn’t all about money and riches. Who would have thought that a young man of his age who is a Medical Doctor, own an SUV and a driver and might be living in a very comfortable house will commit suicide.

The whole internet was full with sympathy to the family, insults to the young man and many felt why will a young man who is a Medical Doctor and living comfortably will commit suicide. But the truth about it is if you haven’t suffered depression, false accusation and so many challenges in life you will think life is all about comfort, roses and possession of wealth.

My sad life and experience.

Sometime early last three year, 5th of Feb 2014 to be precise. I was falsely accused of something I do not know anything about to the extent I was blackmailed and filmed on another scenario to make the accusation look solid. The accuser accused me of trying to rape her who was my highly respected leader’s wife and this was arranged by her and her friend.

To cut the story short, I have a man I once called my leader who is highly influential both in business and politics and he really loved me and took me as his son. I even had a room in his house. But the wife never liked me because she had once asked me to have sex with her which I blatantly rejected and kept it secret within me. But her mind kept judging her that I might leak out this secret one day which I will never even do because I am the secretive type and nobody might believe me because of her innocent lifestyle. But she quickly played a smart one on me.

From how the whole film started. One morning she called me from my room (in the guest house) to come and help her fix something in her room. I was still with my night wear and went to her room straight with it. As I got there, she told me to remove my shirt that I will be climbing her closet to help her nail something. I did exactly as she instructed not knowing she have her own motives. After climbing the closet there was nothing there to nail and I told her everything is intact. She said she was hearing some noise so she thought maybe their was some loose somewhere. As I came down, she filmed me unknowingly with her phone as I was trying to wear my clothes. That was how everything started.

She connived with her friend and they both lied against me saying I once asked her out too. I denied everything and her husband believed me at some point because he knew right from time the woman never liked me but didn’t show full support of me because of the wife. My family and few of my friends were all with me at that point and they knew I can never do that not even with a married woman. She insisted that she will provide video clip for more prove and I was first to say she should do so, not knowing of what she have done earlier and edited some part of the video.

The whole story changed when she provided that video clip. The husband, my girlfriend, my family (father, mother, siblings and infact every of my extended family), friends and the whole world deserted me and I was even cursed by my parents for making them look stupid for earlier supporting me. I was left alone in this whole world, I was sacked because “my leader” has a very high stake where I work and was thrown inside the cell for 3 weeks until the man instructed for my release and never to come close to his fence again.

After I came out, I felt like the ground should swallow me, I was rejected by everybody including my parents (though my mother stood by me as her son but never believed anything I was saying). At this point I felt depressed, I asked myself what’s the need of living in this life when everybody is against me on what I never did. Nobody to even listen to me anymore because everybody was hiding their wife and girlfriends away from me (funny world) and describing me as rapist. Do you know what it takes to be wrongly accused of what you don’t even know anything about and been backed up with convincing evidence?

From that point I knew this life is of two phases. A once happy man now became the saddest man on earth. At some point I ran into cars on motion but accidents are always averted, bought Rat killer and some poison on three occasions but anytime I wanna take my life, one spirit come and says stand and defend yourself one day you must surely triumph and the world will believe you and another mind will say no need because that time will never come. But I am very happy today that I was able to mend my life through that phase. Though I still pass through depression sometime but I am being able to manage my life and open up my own business to be a boss of my own because of the stigma it brought to me. I am doing very well in my business (small company) today and don’t even have any single friend because I fill their is no need for that when I couldn’t even get one by my side during the bad times. Same goes to girls because I see them as Lucifer (sorry to use this word) and don’t think that mindset will ever make me to marry. To my family they said I should come for forgiveness which I did on what I never committed (Oh Lord). Today I am living a lonely life all alone with no friends, don’t mingle with neighbours, hardly communicate with families and some point even I doubt if God exist because he saw me pass through what I knew nothing about and just kept mute up till this day. The only friend I had and still have is the web and internet which I fall to anytime I feel like.

But sometime life isn’t what you see on someone physically. If you have suffered depression and have been in some situation people go through in life you will never judge people for somethings they do or what they pass through. Who will be thinking of wealth when you are be confronted with false accusation and passing through depression. If it was pushed further I would have served a jail term for what I don’t know. Probably still inside jail by now.

Your prayer should be one day you should never experience depression. Though I don’t support suicide and will never support it. If I have my way I will open up a rehab or something where people can go have time when they are depressed or lonely. Set it up like form of vacation ground where you meet with nice people who will be employed to treat you nice and make you feel people still love you despite if the rest of the world hate you. Life isn’t all about the roses but about how you can manage the bad time when it hits you.

Sorry for the long writing and grammatical blunders.

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The Untold Story of Oji’s Suicide

Chiemelie Ezeobi writes that in taking his own life, Dr. Allwell Oji, a young practicing doctor, brought to the fore unintended implications not just for his family, but for the medical community and the society at large

Doctors are supposed to be invincible. They are also supposed to be all knowing, especially when it comes to cures for all manner of illnesses. So the question that has continually bugged people’s minds was what could have made a man, a medical doctor nonetheless, who gave no prior signs of depression, to commit suicide?

Dr. Allwell Chiawolamoke Oji, had previously lived a life under the radar of Nigerians until Sunday, March 19, 2017 when he gained national wide attention after he committed suicide. Until his tragic death, Oji was a  medical doctor attached to Mount Sinai Hospital, Papa Ajao, Mushin.

The middle-aged unmarried medical, had jumped into the lagoon at Third Mainland Bridge after he ordered his driver to park his car, a Nissan Sports Utility Vehicle with registration number LND476EE.

His suicide mission has unleashed series of events that has sucked not just his driver in but his family and emergency workers involved in the case as well.

An Alleged Tale of Sickle Cell Trauma

After days of people wondering what might have caused such a passionate man to end his life, those who were purportedly close to him said he was battling with Sickle Cell Anaemia, which was often accompanied by incessant seizures.

It was also gathered in a post by the Nigeria Medical Association, Taraba Branch, that the doctor was battling with Sickle Cell Anaemia.

This was further supported by a post on Instagram by one Nkechi Oji, who said he also battled depression because of what the ailment had continually denied him; practicing medicine to the fullest.

Also, in another post by one Ruth Okija on Instagram, Oji was said to be a 2008 student of College of Medicine, University of Lagos. He was a locum medical officer with Mount Sinai Hospital.

The report also stated that the fair doctor was born on May 21 and loves reading in his spare time, adding that he found the practice sessions on respiratory and cardiovascular examinations very interesting.

Due to his passion for surgery, he was said to have written the exam for his residency in surgery so he could become a consultant and passed but due to his ailment, he was turned down. The hospital was said to have turned him down because they felt his ailment, which was accompanied by seizure, could be a deterrent to performing his duties.

It was also gathered that the family got him a driver because of the seizures and had just employed this present one, Ita, who is presently cooling his heels at the police cell.

The Hospital’s Disposition

When THISDAY visited St. Sinai Hospital at 35, Olanibi Street, Papa Ajao, Mushin, activities were going on in the hospital as usual, with the staff attending to the patients on ground. A member of staff, who had refused to disclose his identity referred THISDAY to their head office at Falolu Street, Surulere.

According to him, although they have branches scattered around Lagos, they run a central administration system, which gives the headquarter the sole discretion to handle administrative issues. His colleagues who worked with him last week Friday, disclosed that he wasn’t in any way suicidal in any way.

However at the headquarters, THISDAY was first directed to a nurse, who left to call the Chief Medical Director (CMD), and came back minutes later to say the CMD wasn’t on seat. Whilst the back and forth talk was going on, a medical personnel decked in grey trousers and white and blue stripe shirt, walked up and interceded.

On gaining audience with him, questions on the disposition of the doctor, his medical health, his state of mind and his last appearance in the hospital was asked but got no answer. The personnel who also declined to reveal his identity parried every question with ‘no comment’, except when he was asked if the doctor was indeed sacked and he replied in the affirmative.

A Family’s Hope

As expected, THISDAY had gone to No. 3, Odunnuku Street, Abule Ijesha, Yaba, where the doctor resides with his mother and sibling, but attempts to access the green and lime two-storey building,  proved abortive when two family members accosted THISDAY at the gate.

According to them, the doctor’s mother, a retired banker and a member of Deeper Life Bible Church, was not favourably disposed to talk to the press. Refusing to accept the death of her son, she was said to be in her room despite the presence of her church members, who had come to condole her.

According to the family members, she was holding on to her faith that he was not dead, merely missing, given that he showed no signs of depression prior to the incident.

A family member who spoke on anonymity said the media should give them space to deal with the issue in peace, adding that the 35-year-old was not such an introvert that he would be depressed without anyone noticing.

The family said the deceased was the first son of three kids; two boys and a girl, adding that the father of the family was late.

A Tale of Mixed Emotions

It was mixed emotions for the Oji family on Tuesday, three days after the suicide, at the Marine Police Division, when they were called in to identify the body of a young man recovered from the Lagos lagoon by the police.

Although the recovered body later turned out not to be that of the medical doctor, it was a mixture of relief and sadness for the family for two reasons; the family, especially the mother, had against all odds still held on to the belief that her son was not dead, but alive.

The devout Christian, who attends Deeper Life Bible Church, was said to have been hoping for a miracle after emergency workers failed to recover the body in two days. This is because, in a typical situation where one drowns in a large body of water, it usually takes two days for the body to resurface.

On the other hand, had the recovered body been that of the doctor, it would helped the family deal with the closure sooner, as it would speed up the processing of their healing. The body, who for now is being referred to as a ‘John Doe’, was recovered after people found the body floating around the Marina on Lagos Island.

They called the attention of the Marine Police led by the Officer-in-Charge of the Marine Police, SP Chinedu Iwuozo, who in turn mustered their patrol boats to the area, and recovered the body. The body, whose identity is still unknown, was dressed in a blue jean trouser, and a neutral-colour T-shirt and he had no shoes on.

Although the water had changed the colour of his skin, it was obvious that he was a young man, even with his bloated body peeling and decomposing.

Given that the body was recovered by the Marine wing of the Nigerian Police, at about 10.30am, the identity of the deceased had remained unknown until the family came in late in the afternoon and clarified issues.

When THISDAY had contacted the police at that point, it was gathered that the mother of the doctor, Mrs. Chinyere Oji, a retired banker, was already heading to the police station alongside other family members to identify the body.

However, at about 1pm, five male relatives without the doctor’s mother and without further ado were shown the body and they said it was not theirs.

Meanwhile, fishermen at the sawmill at the Okobaba area, near the scene of the incident, said they were not aware of anyone falling into the water recently except the case of  the doctor.

They however, did not rule out the possibility of anyone falling overboard, as according to them, they get a lot of bodies floating on the lagoon.

Encomiums from Colleagues

Also, one of his former colleagues back at the university, one Dr. Attah Essien, indeed confirmed on his Facebook wall that the doctor attended UNILAG.

He wrote, “Dr. Oji Allwell was my junior and also a graduate of College of Medicine, University of Lagos.”

Meanwhile, after scouring the internet for details about the deceased, THISDAY stumbled on a post by one Mrs. Chi Ude, who said the doctor lost his father two years ago, adding that the family was still coming to terms with that.

Another commenter who went anonymous also wrote, “Allwell Oji was my classmate too and he was an A student. If I remember correctly, he was very light skinned with some type of mouth. During exams, we all wanted to sit near him. He was so brilliant.”

 A Nightmare for Emergency Workers

More than five days, after the medical doctor jumped into the lagoon at Third Mainland Bridge, his body was yet to be found, a nightmare for emergency workers. This kind of case is one that emergency workers dread as the manpower used is often exhausting.

From the day the incident happened, emergency workers and local divers have been at the scene, with different patrol boats searching tirelessly to recover the body of the 35-year-old.

According to the General Manager, Lagos State Emergency Management (LASEMA), Mr. Adesina Tiamiyu, who was at the scene of the suicide for three days, they are still searching the waterways.

He said, “We have expanded our search to go further (more than 10 miles) than where it happened. We engaged local fishermen and divers. Also to assist are the Lagos Ferry Services and the Lagos Waterways Agency patrol boats, which were deployed to the waterways. We have informed the residents to look out for floating bodies.”

A LASTMA official also at the scene of the incident said at this point, they were no longer looking at the incident as a rescue mission rather a recovery mission.

According to her, the distance from where he dived into the lagoon was very far and since he dived in first with his head, there was every possibility that he hit his head first before his body followed.

She explained that jumping into the water from that distance, the water will likely feel like a stone when it connects with the head, leading to unconsciousness.

Apart from local divers, fishermen and patrol boats from the Lagos State Emergency Management (LASEMA), Lagos State Ferry Services and Lagos Waterways agency, were at site to help.

Meanwhile, with the false alarm on Tuesday, the emergency workers who had called off the search earlier in the day, however, resumed again after the family’s identification process failed. Thus, emergency workers from Lagos State Emergency Management (LASEMA), Lagos Ferry Services, the Lagos Waterways Agency and Marine Patrol have since resumed search as at press time.

According to the General Manager, LASEMA, Tiamiyu, they will continue searching the waterways until it yields results.

Finally, Police Recovers Body of Late Dr. Oji

After three days of being underwater, the body of Dr. Oji was  recovered at about 4pm on Wednesday by the operatives of the Marine Police and his identity was confirmed by his family at about 5.25pm.

Confirming the incident, the General Manager, LASEMA, Mr. Tiamiyu, said, “At about 4pm, the body  of Dr. Oji was recovered by the Marine Police and the body was identified by some of his family including the driver in the presence of the Commissioner of Police Lagos State, Mr. Fatai Owoseni.

“The body will be handed over to the family while investigation continues. I met with the family members to express  condenlences on behalf of the Lagos State Government and therefore declared the search closed.”

 The Main Victim of Oji’s Suicide

After all said and done, the main victim of the doctor’s suicide mission was his driver, one Henry Ita, who is still in police detention. His only crime was carrying the doctor to his destination.

When he purportedly resumed work three months ago as the Oji’s family driver, Ita probably had no inkling that months down the line, he would be spending nights upon nights in police detention.

Due to the doctor’s alleged Sickle Cell Anaemia, accompanied by repeated seizures, he was said to have always been driven by a driver. No one knows if the family intimated him on the peculiarities of his boss’ medical condition.

On the said day, he was said to have driven Oji from home and they were heading towards Marina on the island when he was instructed to park the car. When he reportedly queried his boss, he was told that he wanted to urinate. That obedience has since cost him his freedom.

To his horror, his boss got down from the car, walked to the driver’s side and jumped clean into the lagoon headlong.

When THISDAY also visited the Adeniji Adele Police Division where the driver, Henry Ita, was being held, it was gathered that preliminary investigations were still on.

Also when THISDAY visited the Divisional Police Officer, Adeniji Adele Police Division, SP Ayodele Umujose, he debunked claims that the doctor left behind a suicide note.

He said, “From our preliminary interrogation of the driver, he said his boss received no prior phone call, from the time they left home till when they got to the bridge. He said their destination was the Marina, where his boss told him they were going. However, when they got to the bridge, he claimed his boss insisted that he parks the car.

“According to him, he had told his boss that the area was too dangerous to park but he insisted, claiming that he was pressed and needed to urinate. The driver told us that immediately his boss got done, he moved to the other side of the bridge as if he wanted to urinate and then dived in.”

On the driver of the medical doctor, Henry Ita, who is still in detention, he said, “The driver has given us his statement. He is still helping us in our investigation. He will he be released at the appropriate time.”

Also contacted, Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Olarinde Famous-Cole, said the driver was not arrested, rather he was taken in for questioning, adding that investigations were ongoing.

Thus, whilst the police widen the scope of their investigation, and the body of the medical doctor finally recovered after three day’s intensive search, the suicide mission of Dr. Oji is one the society and the family won’t be too in a hurry to forget. However, the implication of this suicide for the society spells grave danger, as it sends a negative signal.

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Nigeria has the world’s highest percentage using bleaching cream

Nigeria has the world’s highest percentage of women using skin lightening agents in the quest for “beauty”.

Lagos, Nigeria – After carefully washing her face, legs and arms, Taiwo Solomon vigorously rubs cream over her body. She is meticulous and makes sure she covers her entire face. Soloman, 32, is bleaching her skin. She believes fairer skin could be her ticket to a better life. So she spends her meager savings on cheap black-market concoctions that promise to lighten her pigment.

This has been a daily routine for the past 15 years. Now several shades lighter she says her new skin makes her feel more beautiful and confident.

“Bleaching just makes me feel special, like am walking around in a spotlight,” she told Al Jazeera. “I am not seeking to be totally white, I just want to look beautiful. I cannot stop using the lightening agents,” she adds.

Solomon is not alone. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), 77 percent of women in Nigeria use skin-lightening products, the world’s highest percentage. That compares with 59 percent in Togo, and 27 percent in Senegal. The reasons for this are varied but most people say they use skin-lighteners because they want “white skin”.

In many parts of Africa, lighter-skinned women are considered more beautiful and are believed to be more successful and likely to find marriage.

It’s not only women though who are obsessed with bleaching their skins. Some men too are involved in the practice.

Conceptions of beauty

Lightening creams are not effectively regulated in Nigeria where even roadside vendors sell tubes and plastic bags of powders and ointments from cardboard boxes stacked along sidewalks in market districts. Many of the tubes are unlabelled as to their actual ingredients.

In a market in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, business is booming for shops selling skin-lightening products. Both local and imported products line the shelves of Rashida Lawal’s cosmetics shop.

“About 90 percent of my clients come asking for skin whitening products,” she told Al Jazeera. “I sell it to them and give advice on what product is best for them and how to use them.”

She says most of her customers are in a great haste to lighten their skin.

“Taking the color of your skin to different colour has to be gradual. It’s not something you decide one day that ‘I want to be fair, I want to be like Michael Jackson and you become Michael Jackson all of a sudden’. That is why we have to advise them first before selling it to them” said Lawal.

Rashida and her staff also mix different ointments and creams for customers “depending on the desired level of lightness”.

Famous Nigerian Musician Femi Kuti says the use skin-lightening products have given rise to their own terminology.

“When the bleaching propaganda got so negative, they had to come up with toning. Bleaching sounds too hard, now it’s toning. I don’t bleach, they say, I tone!”

“They think bleaching is gege,” he told Al Jazeera, using a Nigerian term for cool.

Femi attributes skin bleaching to a feeling that foreign products and images must, by definition, be good.

“An African will prefer to be called John-Philip. If you said your name was Chukwu Emeka Afongkudong they will say you are from the village. You are backward. How can you have such a name? We really look down on our culture and heritage instead of being proud of it,” he laments.

Dangerous consequences

Skin bleaching comes with hazardous health consequences. The dangers associated with the use of toxic compounds for skin bleaching include blood cancers such as leukemia and cancers of the liver and kidneys as well as severe skin conditions.

Hardcore bleachers use illegal ointments containing toxins like mercury, a metal that blocks production of melanin, which gives the skin its colour, but can also be toxic.

Ayobode Williams, a medical doctor, says the skin bleaching agents have both internal and external effects on those who use them.

“Systemically it causes things like kidney failure because of the mercury in some of the products and it also causes eczema, skin pigmentation among a host of other infections,” he told Al Jazeera.

Dr Williams warned that sustained use of bleaching agents could cause even cancer.

Yet few seem to pay attention to these dangers. For those who bleach, staying black is not beautiful at all.

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2face Surprises His Wife On Their 4th Wedding Anniversary (Video)


Nigerian Music Icon, 2face Idibia and His beautiful wife, Annie are celebrated their 4th wedding anniversary yesterday, and the music legend gave his wife a romantic surprise.

Annie was hanging out with her manager, Naomi and a friend when 2face who was supposed to be in Madrid surprisingly showed up.

2face shared the video with the caption; “She thought I was still in Madrid. She thought she was just having a peaceful dinner with franky and Naomi. But I consulted some of my witches and wizards and lo and behold I’m here. I love this woman.


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In Love With Two Girls But Wants One. Advice Needed.

I and my exgirlfriend parted ways about 3 months ago precisely on new year day.

Shortly after our breakup, I met a couple of girls. I had flings with quite a few of them but I wasn’t comfortable because at my age, I am not suppose to be having flings but a committed relationship.

The problem is I currently have two girls I am in love with. They could easily pass off as models. Beautiful ladies with good hearts. I had to pretend I was flat broke to know if they were coming because I am rich (not very rich though but I am super comfortable for a 20 something yrs old guy. I own a law firm and a school which is setting off soon). One of the ladies is in Abuja she studies there and the other with me here in Kano she is also a student. As a lawyer, I know it is improper to date two girls at the same time cos if one should find out I may end up loosing both.

My problem is I tend to love the one in Abuja more, she is 20 and I took her virginity I was amazed to find out she was a virgin. But the downside is the distance. Distance was one of the factors that led to  my ex parting ways. We lost the trust we had for each other (there are other reasons though).

She comes to the North to see me. She was here last month. But I am already feeling since she is no longer a virgin she will want to explore especially giving the fact that she is beautiful.

I don’t know if I should use the distance to leave her alone as I do not want a repeat of what happened between me and my ex.

The second one with me here in the North she is 23, very beautiful has a good heart, jovial, polite my friends like her. She is a good cook as well.

When I was asking the girl in Abuja out, she was playing hard to get and  asking the second one out too just incase the first girl failed to date me. They both eventually agreed to date me even when I feigned I was a broke nigga.

Please I really do not want to double date. As I can only marry one wife. (I date to marry like I did with my ex). I can’t Introduce two girls to my People. What do I do to remedy the situation?  Insults are welcomed.

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I’m tired of this 24 yrs marriage of hell, husband tells court

“My husband killed our baby when he beat the hell out of me three days to my delivery.

“When I was finally delivered of the baby, he was dead as he was confirmed to have been wounded while in my womb due to the battering. ”

Mrs Ekwutobi Mgbenka disclosed these to an Igando Customary Court in Lagos State on Thursday.

She added , “ He used to beat me; and when I was pregnant , the beating continued unabated.

“ Sometimes, my husband would strip me Unclad me, pour pepper on my body, before beating me,’’ she said.

The 41- year -old businesswoman disclosed these while responding to a divorce suit filed by Edwin , her husband of 24 years.

The respondent accused her husband of being a flirt, saying, he impregnated two married women.

“ My husband was having an affair ; he got two married women with children, pregnant.

“Edwin gave one of his married lovers the documents of four out of his 14 shops he built inside Igando Market without collecting a dime from her.

“ He also bought her a house in Ikotun, Lagos state, ” she said.

The mother of two said that her husband had been starving her of sex for the past four years and had now turned her to an abandoned property.

She explained to the court how she lost her first two babies.

“ My first baby died through the medical doctor’s negligence, the second died through the beatings I received from my husband. ”

She, however, begged the court not to grant her husband ’ s wish for the dissolution of the marriage.

“Please, do not grant my husband’s wish, we both built the houses together but now he wants to push me out and bring in his `wives’, ” she said.

The petitioner, a 55- year -old businessman, Mr Edwin Mgbenka, had approached the court for the dissolution of his 24-year – old marriage over what he called his wife’s alleged threat to his life.

Mgbenka said that his wife was always threatening his life with dangerous weapons.

“My wife always tells me that blood will flow whenever she is fighting me. She stabs me with dangerous weapons.

“ There was a day she broke our standing mirror on me in my sleep because I refused to follow her to a church programme.

“ She always tells my apprentices that I will soon die that she will be the one to settle them.

“ Ekwutobi threatened to kill me if I marry another woman , and now I have two women after her.

“She fought with one of the women that had a set of twins for me and that landed her in a police station, ” he said.

The petitioner alleged that his wife killed their first baby.

“ Few days after she gave birth to our first baby , it was discovered that the baby had hernia and surgery was recommended.

“She was told not to back the baby but immediately after the surgery, she backed him and the baby died on her back, ” he said.

Mgbenka said that Ekwutobi was violent in nature and that she had broken his car windscreen on four occasions.

He said that his wife used his money to buy a motorcycle for her man friend.

According to him, his wife encourages his children aged eight and 13 to steal his money for her.

He urged the court to dissolve the union that he was no longer interested and that he was not ready to die now.

The court president , Mr Adegboyega Omilola , adjourned the case to May 30 for further hearing.

( NAN)

Nine signs your woman is getting extra sex somewhere!


Well, rightly or wrongly, sex experts say the following are the signs to watch for if you’re suspecting that your woman is having sex with some other man!

• She rebuffs your advances. When a woman has just had sex with someone, she is likely to rebuff your sexual advances if you approach her for sex!

• She smells rather funny. Well, if she rushed out of the place where she had the extra sex without taking a shower, you may likely smell the ejaculate on her!

• She rushes to take her bath. If your woman dashes into the bathroom to clean up herself after an outing, there might be more to it!

• That ‘knowing smile’. A woman who has just had sex with another man would likely have this ‘knowing’ smile plastered her on her face, perhaps because she wants to cover up her guilt.

• Avoiding eye contacts. A cheating woman would find it difficult to maintain eye contact with you if she has been seeing another man.

• Crumpled attire. This is more of a teenage thing, but an adult woman may have her clothes crumpled if she had just had a quickie and hadn’t taken off hr top before she did!

• Unprovoked angry outbursts. If you ask where she has been, she may accuse you of tele-guiding her or that you don’t trust her, blah, blah…

• Smudged make-up. If she had her make-up smudged all over, it may be an indication that someone had been there ahead of you!

• Fresh make-up, fresh perfume. In the alternative, a freshly-applied make-up and recently-sprayed perfume might be an indication that she has taken time to freshen up after a roll in the hay!

The bottom line: You may not necessarily take this as gospel truth, because you may not be right, after all.

Credit Punch