Thursday, April 16
The Nanny, known as Mary Akinloye but whose real name is Funmilayo Adeyemi, narrates how she executed the kidnap of the Orekoya children which was planned by her husband and four kids, her brother-in-law and wife as well as her mother-in-law. It's a MUST WATCH, guys!
Before you press play to watch the sickening video after the cut, guys, please brace yourselves. A house help in Nairobi was on Friday caught on camera breastfeeding her employer’s nine-month-old baby.
Accoding to Nairobinews.co.ke, the house help, Grace Mwikali Mwema, had barely finished two days on the job when she was captured by a hidden camera in the living room breastfeeding the baby.
In the video, she is seen offering the baby her right breast first. She then shifts the baby to the left breast. But throughout the episode, the baby is resistant to suckling the househelp’s breasts.
Eventually, the frustrated househelp gives up on the unnatural act and lets the baby play.
The baby’s mother says she could not believe her eyes as she watched the live feed from the nanny camera on her smart phone while at work. Press play to watch the video after the cut.
The “Orange is the New Black” actress Laverne Cox, a transgender actress, has posed nude for Allure Magazine. And according to her, she hopes the photo will inspire others.
The “Orange is the New Black” star, who became the first transgender person to grace the cover of Time Magazine and was named one of the Time’s 100 most influential people on Thursday, told Allure she was initially reluctant to pose nude. She reconsidered, however, when she thought about the message the photo would send.
''I said no initially, thought about it, and said no again. But I'm a black transgender woman. I felt this could be really powerful for the communities that I represent. Seeing a black transgender woman embracing and loving everything about herself might be inspiring to some other folks.”
There’s beauty in the things we think are imperfect. That sounds very cliché, but it’s true. I honestly just want to make myself happy most, and if other people like it, then that’s great. If they don’t, then I’m still happy.”See the full photo HERE.
"This piece is a hard one for me to write, hard and very difficult. As I write this, I am filled with deep sorrow for what could have been that was not. This piece is not intended to do anything but to warn unsuspecting members of the public. A warning that is necessary at this time because “evil deeds thrive when good men do nothing”
My discourse is centered on the level of mismanagement, inefficiency and a total lack of respect for life exhibited by management and staff of EKO Hospital on Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja.
My friend’s wife, Dolapo, a young mother of 2 boys, with a promising banking career with Wema bank, pregnant with the 3rd child had complained of leg pains to her husband on Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Her husband took her to the EKO Hospital for treatment (their registered HMO provider), they were told that the leg pains were normal for pregnant women at her stage and were subsequently given some paracetamol tablets to use.
Here is how General Carter Ham (U.S. Army) spoke on the subject:
Most Americans do not yet recognize his name, but the citizens of Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, know Abubakar Shekau all too well: he is the most violent killer their country has ever seen. Shekau took over the terrorist organization Boko Haram in 2009 after the group had been weakened by Nigerian government forces.
Shekau, who is believed to be in his 30s, began to stage increasingly daring kidnapping and killing raids on schools, churches and mosques thought by Boko Haram to be violating their interpretation of Islam. The taking of over 200 schoolgirls in April 2014 brought Boko Haram into the international spotlight.
By most accounts, Boko Haram has killed more than 10,000 people and is spreading into neighboring countries. Shekau’s latest action may finally summon a U.S. response: he has publicly aligned his group with ISIS, the terrorist group that holds territory in Syria and Iraq and has expanded its reach into Yemen and Libya.
Ham served as chief of U.S. Africa Command from 2011 to 2013
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Murder her now and have peace using these 40 tips
1. Stop acting like the battle is won in pursuing and getting to know your wife. Have fun together, just like you used to do before you walked down the aisle.
2. If your wife is a stay-at-home mom, stop treating her like her work during the day is somehow less strenuous or less important than yours.
3. Stop coming home from work and plopping in front of the television for the night, leaving your wife to bear the responsibility for everything else going on in the home.
4. Stop working so much. Find a healthy balance between work and family. Your wife would rather have you than a big house, nice car, etc.
5. Stop acting like you’re listening when you’re really watching TV.
6. Stop allowing the spiritual leadership of the family to default to your wife.
7. Stop being passive when it comes to disciplining and training your kids.
8. Stop saying you know and understand what your wife is saying or feeling when you haven’t even listened to what she has to say.
9. Stop being a closed book. Open up to your wife. Don’t be afraid to show emotion.
10. Stop allowing your role as leader in the home to be an excuse for selfish behavior. Don’t forget that a true leader also serves.
She was behind the disappearance of toddlers Raphael and Michael Esharegaran who were kidnapped from their home in Magodo shortly after their parents employed a nanny for them last year. She kidnapped the boys and released them after a sum of N2.5m was paid by the Esharegaran's family.
While speaking to TheNET recently, Korede Bello said he doesn’t regret performing in church and if the opportunity presents itself again, he’ll gladly do it all over again.
‘If you are the pastor of a church and you invite me to perform the song, Yes i will perform the song again. It’s God’s song and whatever is happening now is predetermined, people are talking about God that’s all that matters, From the inception of Godwin, I knew that it wasn’t my song, I knew that anything that’s for God has the potential of growing bigger than you imagine. It’s not quite a gospel song, it’s an inspirational song, what I mean by it’s for God is the fact that it’s dedicated to God. I don’t see it as my song, I see it as people’s song and I see it as a song for God.’...
The hospitalized candidate (names withheld), had contested for Edo South constituency seat.
He lost to the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
The PDP candidate was rushed to a private hospital before he was transferred to UBTH.
The State Commissioner for Health, Dr Dayo Adeyanju, said the disease, discovered on Wednesday, is strange and it’s symptoms include headache and loss of sight.
He said local and international health institutions are already carrying out investigations on the root cause and treatment of the ailment.
He advised locals to report any case of sudden illness or death.
President Goodluck Jonathan’s adopted daughter Faith Sakwe-Edward wedded her love, Godswill Osim Edward, on the 12th of April 2014. Read the lovely anniversary message she wrote her hubby after the cut. Big, big congrats to them.
The 19 All Progressives Congress lawmakers in Ekiti State House of Assembly have vowed to go ahead with the impeachment proceedings against Governor Ayodele Fayose.
The embattled Speaker, Dr. Adewale Omirin, has forwarded a notice of gross misconduct to the governor and his deputy, Dr. Olusola Eleka.
Omirin has also requested the Chief Judge of Ekiti, Justice Ayodeji Daramola, to raise a seven-man panel to investigate the two over allegations of impunity, violence and stalking, among other
According to reports, the woman identified simply as Afolaranmi, was going to a private hospital in CMS for a medical checkup, when her labour suddenly started. Fortunately, some medical workers in the bus immediately organised other passengers and helped in delivering the baby at about 12pm, around the Constain bus stop.
After the delivery, the mother and the new baby were taken to a private hospital.
“It was a very interesting experience. To my novice eye, the woman and the baby were both fine as of the time I left the bus.”
Who else agrees with Wendy on this one? Forbes recently sat down with the 50 year old opinionated, envelope-pushing styled gossip talk show host to discuss her views on career, success and why women, not men, are the ones to lose out in marriage. And according to Wendy, women shouldn't chase love in their 20s, a practice all of us indulge in.
“My suggestion to women is always…use your entire 20s to work your behind off in your career… And then think about meeting that guy. Cause we’re the ones that lose in marriage. Not men.
It is difficult for men to accept really successful career women. Whether it be that we
Emotions ran high on Wednesday at the Police College Hospital, Ikeja, where the Orekoya children were being treated after they were released by their captors. Their father, Leke, said they were put in bags by the kidnappers, who left them at the Shasha area of Lagos.
On Wednesday, exactly eight days after the abduction, the three children were released to the family.
They were said to have been released on Tuesday night, and taken to the Police College Hospital, Ikeja for treatment.
PUNCH's correspondent, who visited the hospital, observed as their father, Leke, cuddled 11-month-
Most of the recent unrest occurred in and around the coastal city of Durban, where police said two foreigners and three South Africans were killed.
The dead included a 14-year-old boy who was allegedly shot during looting on Monday night and died at a hospital, police colonel Jay Naicker said.
In this disturbing pic, a South African police officer is seen smiling at the camera while the body of a suspected foreigner, is gruesomely charred to death in the xenophobic attack