Saturday, 4 April 2015

“We had our 4 kids through forceful sex” – Man seeks divorce from wife


A man, Chukwudi Obi, has told the Oshodi Grade B customary court in Lagos State that he used to force his wife, Nkechinyere, for sex throughout their eight-year marriage.
“Ever since I started living with my wife, she never allowed me to have sex with her. I had to force myself on her before we had our four children,” Obi said.
Obi was responding to a petition by his wife seeking a court order to stop his plan to marry another woman.

Gov. Fayose tells Ekiti APC lawmakers to stop acting like jesters, dismisses impeachment plot

Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose responds to impeachment threat from APC members in the State House of Assembly. His statement below:

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has advised All Progressives Congress (APC) members in the State House of Assembly to stop acting like jesters, saying; "The script being acted by the APC is a failed one because no one, no matter how highly placed will be allowed to test the will of Ekiti people."

Amaechi Begs For Forgiveness, Sues For Peace During Guber Poll

GOVERNOR Chibuike Amaechi has appealed to those he has offended with his actions and inactions in the state as governor to forgive him, saying he acted in the interest of the state.
The governor in a pre- election broadcast yesterday in Port Harcourt, also urged people of the state to shun violence during the coming governorship election.

Photo: Woman arrested after posting Facebook selfie with gun during social media feud

Illegal image: Kristin Holmes, 26, has been arrested for 'Facebook thugging' after posting this photo of herself pointing a gun (pictured) on the social networking site in response to other users' 'misdirected threats'

Kristin Holmes, 26, of Chesterfield, VA, was arrested for posting a photo of herself aiming a gun at the camera after being mistaken for another woman during a Facebook feud. The photo was captioned, "I'll post a few actual pics of me so you know the difference when you 'come find me.'"

90% of women are not spontaneous in the bedroom

While 70 per cent of men typically experience spontaneous desire, just 10 to 20 per cent of women have spontaneous desire as their primary desire style.

A leading psychologist has claimed that what we think of as sex drive is wrong - and that it is very uncommon among women.
Researchers say that in fact, what we think of as sex drive is 'spontaneous desire'.
However, it is claimed that while 70 per cent of men typically experience spontaneous desire, just 10 to 20 per cent of women have spontaneous desire as their primary desire style.

No Regrets Campaigning For Jonathan – Nollywood Actors

Finally, the presidential election has come and gone with some people in celebration mood while some others went home sulking and licking their wounds.

The people who may likely be saddened with the development are certainly Nollywood actors because most of them massively supported President Goodluck Jonathan in his second term bid.

'Nobody Should Celebrate Buhari'- Etcetera

Why are we dancing? Why do we keep rolling out the drums each time we have a new government, only for us to start crying few months down the line? Is it that we are too quick to forget or we just love to dance? Do you celebrate a child who’s about to write his exams or the one who has written and passed? What is this jubilation for? Because I really don’t understand. Is it that the election of Buhari in itself has suddenly alleviated our sufferings? I am really confused here, hearing how six bikers lost their lives in Zaria celebrating Buhari’s victory.

Militants Blow Up Pipelines In Delta

pipeline-explosion fire

An Urhobo militant group, Urhobo Gbagbako, on Friday claimed responsibility for Thursday night’s bombing of the NPDC Oil pipelines at Ighrenene, Afiesere and Ekiugbo communities in Delta State.
The group, which made the claims in an email sent to some reporters, said it is also planning to shut down all the oil fields in Urhobo and Isoko areas.

Ekiti State Assembly Commences Plot To Impeach Governor Fayose

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At least 18 members of the Ekiti State House of Assembly have agreed to commence investigations into allegations of grave misconduct against Governor Ayodele Fayose.
Reporters has obtained documents accusing Mr. Fayose of various acts of gross misconduct, a first step to his possible impeachment by the lawmakers.

Aspiring rapper, 21, killed while filming music video 'when member of his crew shot him with gun used as a prop'

Keaway Lafonz Ivy, who went by the stage name Kealo, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest while filming a music video in Maryland Wednesday.He was accompanied by as many as 20 people

An aspiring 21-year-old rapper was shot dead while making a music video in Maryland Wednesday when police say one of the people in his entourage fired a gun that was being used a prop.
Keaway Lafonz Ivy, who went by the stage name Kealo, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest after being struck by a bullet in the area of 62nd Place and Eastern Avenue in Seat Pleasant Wednesday night.