Friday, 20 December 2013

Ugandan Members of Parliament pass law to ban miniskirts

Ugandan Members of Parliament have passed a controversial bill that will ban miniskirts.
The anti-pornography bill, which also outlaws overtly sexual material including music videos, was voted through after a short debate.
When Simon Lokodo, Uganda's ethics and integrity minister, proposed the legislation earlier this year, he said that women who wore "anything above the knee" should be arrested.

The new legislation will outlaw any material showing parts of the body intended to cause sexual excitement

The bill needs to be approved by the president before becoming law.
Uganda is a socially conservative country - it is also considering legislation to increase the punishment for homosexual acts, including the death penalty in some cases.



According to Uganda's private Monitor newspaper, the new legislation will outlaw material which shows parts of the body including breasts, thighs and buttocks, or any erotic behaviour intended to cause sexual excitement.
It will also ban anything that shows indecent acts or behaviour intended to corrupt morals, the paper reports.

One can only wonder, with the political unrest in the country, is this the latest distraction by government? 

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN TURNS 55

Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan

Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan, GCFR, BNER, GCON is the 14th Head of State and current President of Nigeria. 
Dr. Goodluck Jonathan is happily married to Mrs. Patience Faka Jonathan. The nuptial union is blessed with two children.
Dr. Jonathan is a man well recognized for his cluster of achievements  and immense contributions to the polity, communal liberalism, growth, and general welfare of the people. Beyond these, he is a humble man, dearly loved and respected. He has remained in the consciousness of his friends and contemporaries, as a builder of human social bridges. He is a teacher, technocrat, a democrat, a man of transparent honesty and humility; a perfect gentleman, a tender loving husband and an unshakable believer in the unity, not only of Ogbia clan but also of Nigeria.
NIGERIA'S PRESIDENT ON HIS 55TH BIRTHDAY.
We say 3 happy cheers to a man who has made reformation his middle name.



Thursday, 14 November 2013

Male Chastity Devices now appear more appealing.

Male chastity devices -- yes, lockable sheaths that restrict you from touching yourself -- are apparently all the rage these days. There's enough of a market that CB-X, the self-proclaimed "World Leader In Male Chastity," offers a designer collection that includes, wood, chrome and camouflage finishes.
And they're not just a fail-safe for your wayward hubby anymore, according to Jason Yates, the sales director at CB-X. Here's a description of the device on the CB-X website:
Male chastity devices restrict a man from touching his genitals for sexual pleasure. The male chastity device gives the Keyholder control over the sexual fulfillment of both partners by denying the wearer the touch he has had all of his life. His focus is now on when he can experience sexual gratification, and the Keyholder has complete control over the wearer’s pleasure. This denied access means the wearer must please the Keyholder in order to receive the pleasure he craves.
Yates discussed his hard time with erections with the chastity device on.
Yates said his father-in-law invented the product, "along with my wife -- obviously." He said his Thanksgiving dinners get spicy when his wife, knowing he's got the cage on, "pulls the key out of her bra" when nobody's looking.
male chastity
 Yates says it takes about three times to get the fit right, but once you're in, you're in. For good. Would you consider this as a way to enhance your sex life?

2014 World Cup in Brazil- prostitutes will accept CARD payments




Prostitutes in a World Cup host city in Brazil will take payment by debit or credit card.
The 'ladies of the night' struck a deal with a bank and will be given chip and PIN machines.
The women in Belo Horizonte, 270 miles from Rio, have adopted the slogan, “Enjoy now, pay later”.

2014 World Cup prostitutes to accept CARD payments

One of the ladies, Cida Vieira, of prostitute’s group Aprosmig, said: “Clients who want to extend their programme but don’t have any cash can stay with a girl for longer without any interruption.”
Their association said card payments would be better for clients’ security and bank statements would not specify the “activity”.
The women are also taking English lessons for next year’s competition.

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

COFFIN DEALER KIDNAPS HIMSELF,DEMAND RANSOM FROM BROTHERS.

The Enugu State Police Command recently arrested a coffin dealer in the State, for staging his own kidnap and demanding ransom from his relatives.
Samuel Ani a coffin dealer from Ugwuaji axis of Enugu south Local Government Area of the state whose coffin shop is situated at Gariki axis of Awkunananaw also in Enugu south of the state never knew that his sin would find him out Until the day he was arrested by the operatives of the AntiKidnapping Unit of the Enugu state command of the Nigeria Police.
Samuel Ani had allegedly hid himself in a bush behind his shop for six days where he was making telephone calls to his two younger brothers in a very convincing tone that he has been abducted and that the sum of 2 million naira is required to get him out of the purported kidnappers den or else he will be killed.Following this,the case was reported to the State police command who mobilized its Anti kidnapping unit.It was further gathered that when Samuel intensified his call that the purported kidnappers were on the verge of killing him if his people can not bring the sum of money, later reduced to =N=1.2m, some amount of money was sent across to the account number provided by the purported kidnappers and a certain girl who went to cash the sum of initial =N=100,000 sent in one of the new generation banks located around Agbani road axis on,was tracked and picked by the operatives.The Girl was identified as one Oluchi Ogbu Faith from Akpugo in Nkanu West Local Government Area of the state and a fiancee to Samuel Ani.On closer interrogations, Oluchi faith ogbu revealed that the account belongs to her but was instructed by Samuel to furnish the 'kidnapped' with the account number so that his brothers can pay the ransom via the account and that she is to cash it as soon as she receives alert of the payment and bring it to him. Her revelation however led to the arrest of Samuel who disclosed that he was not kidnapped but maintained that he kidnapped himself so that his wealthy younger brothers can pay money for ransom which he will use to sort out his business dealings.He maintained that outside what he has done,his brothers can not give him monetary assistance and regretted his actions pointing out that the step he took is not a welcomed one by God,man or law and pleaded for forgiveness.He also revealed that he is a father of five children but never revealed to Oluchi Faith Ogbu that he is married but promised her marriage

Samuel Ani and Oluchi Ogbu Faith


Confirming this, the Public Relations Officer to Enugu State Police Command, Ebere Amariuzu said the suspect, Samuel Ani was arrested by operatives of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the State Police Command.
Asked whether he made huge sales in coffin making,Samuel Ani disclosed that made low sales hence the need to trick his brothers to get money from them in order to address his immediate challenges which require huge amount of money. He maintained that he was not abducted and that he abducted himself to create tension so that his brothers can pay the ransom and he will withdraw it and start using it.Meanwhile investigation into the ugly incident are in full scale by security operatives.

Monday, 5 August 2013

LEAGUE MANAGEMENT COMPANY PRESENTS NIGERIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION WITH =N=25 MILLION

Today, August 5, 2013 at the Nigeria Football Federation headquarters in Abuja, the League Management Company (the body saddled with running the Nigeria Professional Football League) handed over a total sum of twenty five million naira to the football body. 
This they say is 5% of what the body has made in the past half season. Presenting the dummy cheque for the said amount to the NFF president, Mr Nduka Irabor, the LMC chairman stated that the presentation is proof that even more money can be made from the league if all stake holders would play their part accordingly.

NDUKA IRABOR, Chairman League Management Company


LMC Chairman, Nduka Irabor making the cheque presentation to NFF president, Alh Aminu Maigari

NFF President, Aminu Maigari
In his responce, NFF President, Aminu Maigari  noted that the Financial windfall couldn't have come at a better time. He noted that the LMC has indeed lived up to expectation, while praying all stake holders to give the company time and support to take the Nigeria Professional Football League to the height expected of it.


Tuesday, 25 June 2013

SECURITY MAN CAUGHT IN THE ACT...

When the security in charge of securing, now takes from the secured.. all hell is let loose. A security man and employee of First Bank Nigeria Plc, Jibowu Branch, Lagos state, Seyi Jaiyeola, is standing trial at a magistrate’s court in Ebute Meta for allegedly breaking the company’s automated teller machine and stealing the sum of N12, 533,900.
The bank’s branch Service Manager, Mr. Kayode Aiyewunmi, who gave evidence in court, said Jaiyeola was on a N20, 000 monthly pay and was a member of the Odua People’s Congress.
He said the company had observed that one of the bank’s four ATMs was having a reconciliation problem and had employed the service of an expert to help unravel mysterious disappearances of money.
Aiyewunmi said, “Despite our reconciliation efforts, the ATM was still having problems and we engaged the service of an expert who submitted his report and said the machine did not have any reconciliation issue.
“He said somebody was breaking into the machine in the middle of the night to steal the cash.
“I reported the matter to my boss, who said I should conduct an investigation into  the matter. “When the last breakage happened, we went to play back the branch’s CCTV, and we saw Jaiyeola in the middle of the night, opening the window at the back of my office. There’s a control panel which controls the security door, which he touched. So, the CCTV stopped.”
He said it was at that point the company concluded he was the brain behind the theft.
He said after the matter was reported at the Onipanu Police station, and the accused was arrested, he led them to his house, where he allegedly confessed to the crime.

Aiyewunmi said, “When we got to his house for a search, we recovered N243,945 cash. The police then asked him what else he did with the money. He said he bought a car, which was parked at the house there, a Toyota Corolla. Then we recovered a new generator. He also took the police to the building he was constructing which was near completion.” He said after recovering the item, First Bank transferred the matter to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Yaba.
Jaiyeola was arraigned on a five counts of fraud and stealing and was subsequently granted bail in the sum of N1m with two sureties in like sum.
The prosecution counsel, Mr. Ishola Samuel, asked for an adjournment to help source some  legal citations.
The magistrate, Mrs. M.O Tanimola, adjourned the matter till July 15.