Thursday, 29 October 2015

6 Weird Things That Make Guys Unreasonably Horny

There’s not much about a woman that does not instantly turn a man on, her breasts, shapely figure, being naked and lot’s more.
The list is endless to say the least and largely nudity-related BUT sometimes, the strangest things play a trick on the mind that the genitals can hardly even understand.
Here are 6 of the weirdest things that make guys unjustifiably horny;
As weird as this may seem, a happy man sometimes is an horny man! A great sense of humor is always sexy and you never can tell where that laughter will take you to especially if you started laughing on the bed.
The morning after can slowly become the day after, if you get what I mean. There is something really sexy about seeing your woman wearing your shirt the morning after, this ordinarily shouldn’t turn you on but somehow it does.
As silly as that sounds, the genitals respond to it. It’s another weird way of getting a guy in the mood.
I have pondered on how just looking at your body in the mirror can make one feel horny. People love being naked and what’s more is catching a glimpse of that naked body and suddenly realizing you are sexier than ever can instantly switch things up.
Ladies get in here!!! In case you have ever tried seducing anyone, don’t wait until valentine’s day to show up in red. Studies show there is something about the color red that is closely associated with arousal.
Everyone has that song (or songs as the case may be) that brings back memories of all the good times. Maybe its a song that feels really sexy or a song that was on in the background when he had the best sex of his life. Without denial, that can instantly make him unreasonably horny.

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Kylie Jenner steps out in see through dress

Kylie Jenner attended her friend's birthday party in LA in a sultry dress. Looks like she has things on but you can see her bare behind...More photos after the cut..

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Read this very inspiring Facebook post

Olorunfunmi Adebajo shared this inspiring story on Facebook on October 21 which happened to be her birthday. The post has so far shared over 150 times and garnered 1,830 Likes. It reads:
So on one of those days I hung my head and claimed life had ended for me, I walked past Gbolahan. He lives right across my house and was in class with one of my elder ones. I heard he was very brilliant but I've known him to be a chronic drunk for at least 15 years...His case was worse than a mad man. He'd drink 'ogogoro' all day, get beaten up and slapped by passersby, get hit by vehicles and then walk/shout all over the street all night. He barely slept and on the days he did, he would sleep in any 'maruwa' he finds parked behind my house. He practically had no life outside his bottle of gin.

 God laid it on my heart to talk to him and I was surprised that he listened. I've paid a nearby 'buka' to have him fed twice a day, bought him a sponge, soap and toothbrush. Went to check on him every morning and evening, drove him to church in my car, gave him some place to sleep and found him something to do. I dont want him to be dependent o me so i handed him over to someone else to teach him personal hygiene and a bit of social skills.
To the glory of God, Gbolahan has been clean in the past three weeks. Now he converses coherently and does not stagger anymore, his eyeballs are clear...The whole of ire-akari road is amazed.
He still needs bedding, clothes, money for feeding etc. 

I'm grateful to God for the privilege to serve humanity but I'LL BE NEEDING PROFESSIONAL REHABILITATION for my elder brother Gbolahan, I WOULD BE GLAD IF ANYONE CAN HELP ME OUT. That would be the best birthday gift ever.
Any recommendations please?
It's my birthday and God is teaching me to love without expecting anything in return.

Source: Olorunfunmi Adebajo/Facebook

Graphic pics: Young man shot dead by alleged cultists at Imo State university yesterday

The young man, who is believed to be a student of the school, was shot dead at the university front gate yesterday by suspected cultists. They pursued him to the gate where he was gunned down and the gunmen fled. His body has since been taken away. See the pic after the cut.

Saturday, 24 October 2015

SHOCKING!! See What Some Respected Nigerian Ladies Do In Dubai

It’s not information that a whole lot of women go away Nigeria and land within the United Arab Emirates (UAE), for unlawful companies like prostitution.

These women have all of it going for them, blinking financial institution accounts, good homes and flashy automobiles, because of the lads who’re busy servicing their our bodies for cash.
Two months visa is what these women acquire first earlier than they will safe lodging after which delay their keep within the nation.

Don’t be deceived that everybody right here is descent as a result of you might be shocked to your bonemarrow at what a few of these ladies make use of Certainly one of customer was surprised to see what was occurring and requested: “What’s happening right here?” The reply from the smiling entrance desk particular person was: “They’re out of your nation, Nigeria. They’re our friends.

See these girls, they pair themselves in a room, some even keep three in a room. So, in case you wish to lower your expenses, you’ll be able to pair with any of them!” One of many Nigerian girls mentioned: “Issues will not be as simple as they was once once I began this enterprise. 

Photo's of President's Obama Daughter Sasha and her Cute Boyfriend

Pres. Obama's second daughter Sasha Obama, 14, went on her very first date with this cutie. She looked lovely as she posed with him as they headed to homecoming this weekend.

You Need To See This!! Read What Davido Tweeted

[Photos] Ibinabo Fiberesima and daughter stuns out in Lovely matching outfit

Photos From Inside Linda Ikeji’s N600m Mansion in Banana Island

As far as dream houses go, this definitely tops the chart!!! Last week Friday, the Nigerian Twitter-sphere was abuzz with News and Pictures from Foremost Blogger’s Linda Ikeji‘s Home which she just acquired in a very, very, very posh part of Lagos, Nigeria.
She took to her blog this morning to share pictures and details of the mansion and my, it is beautiful!!! I especially love the words of advice she had at the end…
Here are some of the pictures… Drool at your own risk!!!

Saturday, 10 October 2015

BREAKING: Ex-Bayelsa Governor, DSP Alamieyeseigha is dead

Former Bayelsa State Governor Diepreye Alamieyeseigha has been reported dead.
The Bayelsa State Commissioner for Information, Esueme Dan-Kikili, confirmed to Channels Television that the former governor died of cardiac arrest on Saturday.
He reportedly slipped into a coma two days ago and was placed on life support.
There were reports during the week that the British Government was determined to resurrect an outstanding case of money laundering against the former governor and had requested for his extradition to London.
Alamieyeseigha, who was facing money laundering charges, jumped bail and returned to Nigeria and has since then refused to answer summons for trial to continue.
According to his Wikipedia page, Diepreye Alamieyeseigha was born on November 16, 1952 in Amassoma, Ogboin North Local Government Area, Bayelsa State.
He attended the Bishop Dimieri Grammar School, Yenagoa. He joined the Nigerian Defence Academy as a Cadet Officer in 1974, then joined the Nigerian Air Force, where he served in the department of Logistics and Supply.
He held various air force positions in Enugu, Makurdi, Kaduna and Ikeja. Alamieyeseigha retired from the air force in 1992 as a Squadron Leader.
After leaving the air force he became the Sole Administrator of Pabod Supplies Port Harcourt. Later he became Head of Budget, Planning, Research and Development of the National Fertiliser Company (NAFCON).
Diepreye Alamieyeseigha was impeached on allegations of corruption on 9 December 2005.
(Daily post)

Issa Hayatou Named FIFA Acting President

President of the Confederation of African Football (CAF)Issa Hayatou has been named acting president of FIFA.
Issa Hayatou (born 9 August 1946) is a Cameroonian former athlete and sports executive. He is serving as the actingFIFA president while the current president, Sepp Blatter is suspended pending a corruption investigation. He has been the president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) since 1988. In 2002, he ran for president of FIFA but was defeated by Blatter. He is also a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
In November 2010 he was alleged by the BBC to have taken bribes in the 1990s regarding the awarding of World Cup television rights. The IOC has announced it will investigate him.

Friday, 9 October 2015

Diezani alison-madueke Reportedly Set to Undergo Surgery Next Week for Breast Cancer

According to Sahara ReportersDiezani Alison-Madueke‘s lawyer, Oscar Onwudiwe, has confirmed that the embattled former minister of petroleum resources has been undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. He also reportedly mentioned that she will have surgery next week.
Onwudiwe is also said to have stated, “the health crisis has unfortunately exacerbated in recent times.”
He also revealed that Alison-Madueke’s husband will be traveling to the UK soon.

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Hotel In Ajegunle Where Little Girls Dance For Men At Night (Photos)

Eyebrows are being raised as photos of some little girls dancing and shaking their waists at grown men at a hotel in Ajegunle, Lagos over the weekend have surfaced online.

The kids are talented performers, but, that is not issue here. 

The main question being raised is if it's appropriate for kids to dance suggestively before grown men.
According to reports by Splendor Magazine, the hotel is a base of call girls and weed smokers, and the ages of the girls fall between 4 and 6 years old.

In this age of rising pedophilia, isn't this putting these little girls at serious risk of molestation by sick individuals?

Full List of nominees and their states of origin

The long expected list has been read on the floor of the Senate.

List of Ministerial Nominees As Unveiled by President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki.
Chris Ngige - Anambra
Kayode Fayemi- Ekiti
Rotimi Amaechi - Rivers
Babatunde Fashola -Lagos
Abdulrahman Danbazau
Aisha Alhassan - Taraba
Ogbonaya Onu- Abia
Kemi Adeosun -Ogun
Abubakar Malami (SAN) -Kebbi
Sen Hadi Sirika –Katsina
Barr. Adebayo Shittu -Oyo
Suleiman Adam -Jigawa
Solomon Dalong -Plateau
Ibe Kachikwu -Delta
Osagie Ehanire -Edo
Audu Ogbeh - Benue
Lai Mohammed -Kwara
Ahmed Isa Ibeto -Niger
Amina Mohammed - Kaduna.

Photos: Davido's Babymama, Sophie Momodu Shows Off Post Baby bod

Davido's baby mama Sophie Momodu pictured with her uncle,Dele Momodu.... Sophie welcomed a daughter with Davido a few months ago.... More Photos Below After The Cut

I am the First Yoruba Actress to Live in Lekki -Liz Anjori

“I have three solid cars. I drive an Envogue, a Chrysler and an Xterra. I am even about buying the fourth car. How would anybody think I am broke? I am almost tempted to curse all those peddling this rumour about me. They are just crazy people.
“I don’t have a paraga shop. I don’t know where they got the story from. Of all the actresses that have clothing business, just three dresses from my shop would just be equal to the amount they spent on their shops. My shop is worth well over N80m. Can any paraga seller afford the things I wear? I don’t want to brag but people should respect themselves.

“I think an enemy of progress is spreading this news. Anybody who doesn’t like me should go and hug a transformer. I just shot a soap recently; I also released a video. If I am broke, would I be spending millions on these projects?
“I have never borrowed money from anybody. I am living large, I live at Ikoyi. I was the first Yoruba actress to have lived at Lekki Phase One (Lagos). I am the first to have a shop. On top of it all, I am a very pretty girl, I can never be poor. Even without me working, I can never be poor. I can only be broke if there is no God,” she said.

Thursday, 1 October 2015

People should only fear the consequences of their actions -( Quoted from President Buhari’s Independence Day Speech) Read full seepch

President Buhari’s Independence Day Speech in full:

October 1st is a day for joy and celebrations for us Nigerians, whatever the circumstances we find ourselves in because it is the day, 55 years ago; we liberated ourselves from the shackles of colonialism and began our long march to nationhood and to greatness.

No temporary problems or passing challenges should stop us from honouring this day. Let us remind ourselves of the gifts God has given us. Our Creator has bequeathed to us Numbers – Nigeria is the ninth most populated country on the planet. We have in addition arable land; water; forests; oil and gas; coastline; and solid minerals

We have all the attributes of a great nation. We are not there yet because the one important commodity we have been unable to exploit to the fullest is unity of purpose. This would have enabled us to achieve not only more orderly political evolution and integration but also continuity and economic progress.

Countries far less endowed have made greater economic progress by greater coherence and unity of purpose.

Nonetheless, that we have remained together is an achievement we should all appreciate and try to consolidate. We have witnessed this year a change in our democratic development.
The fact that an opposition party replaced an entrenched government in a free and fair election is indicative of the deeper roots of our democratic system. Whatever one’s views are, Nigerians must thank former President Jonathan for not digging-in in the face of defeat and thereby saving the country untold consequences.

As I said in my inaugural speech, I bear no ill will against anyone on past events. Nobody should fear anything from me. We are not after anyone. People should only fear the consequences of their actions. I hereby invite everyone, whatever his or her political view to join me in working for the nation.
My countrymen and women, every new government inherits problems. Ours was no different. But what Nigerians want are solutions, quick solutions not a recitation of problems inherited.

Accordingly, after consultations with the Vice President, senior party leaders and other senior stakeholders, I quickly got down to work on the immediate, medium-term and long-term problems which we must solve if we are to maintain the confidence which Nigerians so generously bestowed on us in the March elections.

And since then, as you know, I toured the neighbouring countries, marshalled a coalition of armed forces of the five nations to confront and defeat Boko Haram. I met also the G-7 leaders and other friendly presidents in an effort to build an international coalition against Boko Haram.
Our gallant armed forces under new leadership have taken the battle to the insurgents, and severely weakened their logistical and infrastructural capabilities. Boko Haram are being scattered and are on the run.
That they are resorting to shameless attacks on soft targets such as I.D.P. camps is indicative of their cowardice and desperation. I have instructed security and local authorities to tighten vigilance in vulnerable places. On power, government officials have held a series of long sessions over several weeks about the best way to improve the nation’s power supply in the safest and most cost-effective way.
In the meantime, improvement in the power situation is moderately encouraging. By the same token, supply of petrol and kerosene to the public has improved throughout the country. All the early signs are that within months the whole country would begin to feel a change for the better.
Preliminary steps have been taken to sanitize NNPC and improve its operations so that the inefficiency and corruption could be reduced to a minimum.

Those of our refineries which can be serviced and brought back into partial production would be enabled to resume operations so that the whole sordid business of exporting crude and importing finished products in dubious transactions could be stopped.

In addition to NNPC, I have ordered a complete audit of our other revenue generating agencies mainly CBN, FIRS, Customs, NCC, for better service delivery to the nation.
Prudent house-keeping is needed now more than ever in view of the sharp decline in world market oil prices. It is a challenge we have to face squarely. But what counts is not so much what accrues but how we manage our resources that is important.

We have seen in the last few years how huge resources were mismanaged, squandered and wasted. The new APC government is embarking on a clean up, introducing prudence and probity in public financing.

At an early stage, the federal government addressed the issue of salary arrears in many states, a situation capable of degenerating into social unrest. The APC government stepped in to improve short-term support to the owing states and enabled them to pay off the backlog and restore the livelihood of millions of Nigerians.

Fellow Nigerians, there have been a lot of anxiety and impatience over the apparent delay in announcement of ministers. There is no cause to be anxious. Our government set out to do things methodically and properly. We received the handover notes from the outgoing government only four days before taking over.

Consequently, the Joda Transition Committee submitted its Report on the reorganization of Federal Government structure after studying the handover notes. It would have been haphazard to announce ministers when the government had not finalized the number of ministries to optimally carry the burden of governance.

Anyway, the wait is over. The first set of names for ministerial nominees for confirmation has been sent to the Senate. Subsequent lists will be forwarded in due course. Impatience is not a virtue. Order is more vital than speed. Careful and deliberate decisions after consultations get far better results. And better results for our country is what the APC government for CHANGE is all about.

I would like to end my address this morning on our agenda for CHANGE. Change does not just happen. You and I and all of us must appreciate that we all have our part to play if we want to bring change about. We must change our lawless habits, our attitude to public office and public trust. We must change our unruly behaviour in schools, hospitals, market places, motor parks, on the roads, in homes and offices. To bring about change, we must change ourselves by being law-abiding citizens.

Happy Independence Celebrations. Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria. God bless you all.

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