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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Reasons Why Ladies Like Sex But Pretend They Hate It In Relationships

Ladies are hypocrites when it comes to admitting the fact they like sex and they do it willingly. In fact, majority of them wouldn't want to be in a NO sex relationship yet they say "is sex love ?". Ladies are pretty good at hiding their feelings, desires and even what they derive maximum pleasure in

My research has shown that many ladies who are guilty of this act ladies are quick to anger especially in a thread like this will bash and rain curses on me. The truth is bitter they say

Sit down, relax and grab your bobo drink while we unveil the secrets behind their pretence when it comes to sex in relationships

Are you ready ?

Ooyah start eating your suya and drink your yoyo bitters as you read




When a lady knows that lying about being a virgin will definitely haunt her, she would resort to pretend about hating sex just to signal to you that she has only had it quite a few number of times


YES many ladies will never admit the fact that they willingly allowed their men to get under their skirts because they really wanted it, they are always like, he seriously disturbed and forced me so I couldn't help order than give it to him


I think they just feel they don't have to flaunt it. Guys have a tendency to make their sex life more public than girls; they consider it a point of pride, a confirmation of their manhood.


An average Nigerian lady will definitely want you to crawl on the floor begging her for sex because she sees it as a great favour and that your life depends on it Therefore, because she doesn't want to be seen cheap or desperate, she's most likely to pretend she doesn't want it even if she does


When you haven't gotten under the skirt of a lady, she will most likely hide her sexual feelings from you but when you have done the deed quite a number of times, she will not hide it anymore


If possible ladies will pretend that they not poo or urinate. Most dudes may be desirious of constant sex in a kind of back of the mind sort of way. It is just their way of getting through life. But to the ladies, since pretence runs their veins, they are mostly like to tell you they don't want it


Most of our ladies claim that sex is not a yardstick for true love yet these same ladies will dump you when you are too slow and refuse to do the needful. However, she might just say it just to test you, then it's over to you to show you smart you are, else you will get dumped



Most guys take advantage of ladies who are being sincere about loving sex and will not hesitate to turn them to intimacy gadget


In our society, ladies who openly seek and desire sex are branded as sluts and whores. It's acceptable for men to be horn-dogs and chase after everything in a skirt but if a woman does likewise, she'd be thought of negatively by the vast majority of people. Therefore she will deny she doesn't like it

Feel Free To Add Yours

Written by : Tosyne2much

Source : http://tosyne2much.blogspot.com


Saturday, January 24, 2015

Why women think about sex more often than men

Men talk and think alot about sex while women desire it more often. We explore the reasons… ‘Men think, while women desire.’ Gone are the days when ‘demanding sex’ was considered exclusively a man’s forte. Today women demand sex greater than men. And they have no qualms about getting vocal about it. “I read these funny E-mail forwards that stress on men begging for sex and women denying it. It sounds so funny to me. It’s totally the opposite in my case. While men can have a good laugh over it believing that this notion exists, I literally have to seduce my husband to get him hooked on to the act,” quips production assistant Megha Mehra. And she is not alone. Many girls/women had a similar story. We spoke to women from different backgrounds to figure out what is making them addicted to sex. It’s physically pleasurable Amongst all the other reasons to remain glued to sex, this is the most prominent one. Good sex satisfies your physical urge, which is very normal for anyone to experience. Psychologist Seema Naina opines, “Sex is the most basic need of any person. And I am increasingly getting cases where women are complaining that men are unable to satisfy their physical needs.” Creates positive feelings about oneself Ideally, great sex means you are enjoying the sexual act and participating equally. It makes you feel good about yourself, thus adding to your self esteem. Shares housewife Neelam Nehra, “When my husband comes back from a whole day at work and we have our sack session, it increases my self esteem. The very feeling that I am able to satisfy him is a great pleasure. And since I never want to go out of shape to look unappealing to my husband (and other men), it even acts as a motivation to work out and feel desirable.” Wondering why? “Sex has healing powers. It generates positive emotions and makes one feel more confident. When a woman sees her man passionate in the act, admiring her body and moves, it infuses a lot of good feelings within her,” opines psychologist Sunaina Bajaj. Brings them closer to their man

Source: NigeriaNewsDesk

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Christians in Niger Republic under attack by Islamic Insurgents



Both Nigerian and Niger Replican Christians re under attack by Islamic insurgents in the west African country of Niger. Churches re been destroyed and vandalised by the insurgents which lead to the killing of  Christians and worshippers. An I-witness confirmed this yesterday. 

A message from Nigeria's Foremost Missionary Pastor Mike Olajide of CAC FCCDCC 


Need Urgent prayer
Please pray for Christians in Niger Republic, Islamist are on
rampage in many towns in the country burning church buildings.
Please pray for the safety of our brothers and sisters as many of
them are confused not knowing where to hide with their family.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Man Arrested For Having 94 iPhones Strapped to His Body

A man tried to smuggle 94 iPhones from Hong Kong into China today was arrested today, January 13th 2015 by the Chinese Custom Officials.

According to The Chinese People Daily, The Officials apparently decided to search the man after they were given a tip-off that there was something amiss when they noticed he walked strangely.

His bags were first searched and they found nothing, they further searched his body and they found 94 iPhons strapped to his body.

The man’s Identity has been hidden, and it was alleged that he was bringing in the phones from Hong Kong where its cheaper to buy to sell in China.

Source- yabaleftonline

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Ajimobi, Ladoja disagree over N500m EFCC refund

A former governor of Oyo State, councillorLadoja, Sourcethreatened to
sue the incumbent Governor, Abiola Ajimobi, for claiming that he
refunded N500m stolen money to the state coffers through the
Economic and Financial Crimes Commission as reported by a
national daily (not The Punch), on Monday.
A statement signed by Adeolu Adeleke, who is the Director General,
Senator Ladoja Campaign Organisation 2015, said the allegation
was made by Ajimobi while speaking with newsmen in Ibadan.
But the state governor, through the Secretary to the State
Government, Mr. Olalekan Alli, insisted that Ladoja indeed returned
the said amount as well as vehicles he allegedly procured with
graft proceeds to the state through the EFCC.
The statement by Adeleke read, “Our attention has been drawn to a
front page publication in a national daily, published on Monday,
January 12, 2015 captioned, ‘Ladoja Refunds N500m to EFCC.’ The
statement was credited to Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State in
a purported interview with reporters in Ibadan.
“This statement by Ajimobi is not only false, but a figment of his
imagination, deliberately targeted at rubbishing the credibility of
Ladoja. We boldly affirm that Ladoja at no time refunded any
amount to either the coffers of the EFCC or the Oyo State
Government, and there was no plea bargain of any sort between
Senator Ladoja and the EFCC. In the light of the above, Ladoja has
accordingly directed his lega team to institute a legal action
against Ajimobi for libel as soon as the courts are reopened.”
But on Tuesday, Ajimobi, through Alli said, “Ladoja’s denial of his
refund of Oyo State’s stolen loot is not only regrettable, but
lamentable. The general public will recall that in 2008, Ladoja was
embroiled in an allegation of theft of proceeds from shares
belonging to the state government, which he converted to personal
use.
“He was subsequently arrested and detained by the EFCC. Ladoja
returned the sum of N500m to the EFCC which thereafter drew a
cheque later collected by the state government.”


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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Nigeria: 2,000 feared killed in Boko Haram's 'deadliest massacre' BAGA Town

Hundreds of bodies – too many to count – remain strewn in the bush in Nigeria from an Islamic extremist attack that Amnesty International described as the “deadliest massacre” in the history of Boko Haram.
Fighting continued on Friday around Baga, a town on the border with Chad where insurgents seized a key military base on 3 January and attacked again on Wednesday.
“Security forces have responded rapidly, and have deployed significant military assets and conducted air strikes against militant targets,” said a government spokesman.
victims are children, women and elderly people who could not run fast enough when insurgents drove into Baga, firing rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles on town residents.
“The human carnage perpetrated by Boko Haram terrorists in Baga was enormous,” Muhammad Abba Gava, a spokesman for poorly armed civilians in a defence group that fights Boko Haram, told the Associated Press.
He said the civilian fighters gave up on trying to count all the bodies. “No one could attend to the corpses and even the seriously injured ones who may have died by now,” Gava said.
An Amnesty International statement said there are reports the town was razed and as many as 2,000 people killed.

If true, “this marks a disturbing and bloody escalation of Boko Haram’s ongoing onslaught,” said Daniel Eyre, Nigeriaresearcher for Amnesty International.
The previous bloodiest day in the uprising involved soldiers gunning down unarmed detainees freed in a 14 March 2014 attack on Giwa military barracks in Maiduguri city. Amnesty said then that satellite imagery indicated more than 600 people were killed that day.
The attacks come five weeks away from presidential elections which are likely to trigger even more bloodshed. Already under a state of emergency, the three north-eastern states worst hit by Boko Haram asked the central government for more troops earlier this week. The government has said voting will take place across Borno state although the worsening insecurity means few international observers are likely to get clearance to oversee voting in an area that is traditionally opposition-supporting.
Around 1.5 million people have been displaced by the violence, many of whom will not be able to vote in the polls under Nigeria’s current electoral laws.
Boko Haram also appears to be regionalising the conflict, after threatening neighbouring Cameroon in a video earlier this week.
The government has made no official comment on the alleged massacres. President Goodluck Jonathan skimmed security issues when he relaunched his re-election bid in front of thousands of cheering supporters in the economic capital, Lagos, on Thursday.
The five-year insurgency killed more than 10,000 people last year alone, according to the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations. More than a million people are displaced inside Nigeria and hundreds of thousands have fled across its borders into Chad and Cameroon.
Emergency workers said this week they are having a hard time coping with scores of children separated from their parents in the chaos of Boko Haram’s increasingly frequent and deadly attacks.
Just seven children have been reunited with parents in Yola, capital of Adamawa state, where about 140 others have no idea if their families are alive or dead, said Sa’ad Bello, the coordinator of five refugee camps in Yola.
He said he was optimistic that more reunions will come as residents return to towns that the military has retaken from extremists in recent weeks.
Suleiman Dauda, 12, said he ran into the bushes with neighbours when extremists attacked his village, Askira Uba, near Yola last year.
“I saw them kill my father, they slaughtered him like a ram. And up until now I don’t know where my mother is,” he told the Associated Press at Daware refugee camp in Yola.
Source: The guardian

Friday, January 2, 2015

Jonathan, Abiara ask Nigerians to pray for 2015 polls


President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday felicitated with Nigerian Muslims as they commemorate the birth of Prophet MuMuhammad.

In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, the President urged Muslims to use the opportunity offered by the Eid-el-Maulud to offer special prayers for successful and peaceful elections in the country next month.

Also, the General Evangelist, Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide, Prophet Samuel Abiara, has appealed to politicians to embrace peace and avoid any act that could lead to violence ahead of the 2015 general elections.

The clergy, who spoke in Lagos during the crossover service, decried insecurity and economic decline as a result of falling oil prices.

He said, “We are deeply concerned over the continuous killing of the innocent people of Nigeria. The land is becoming polluted with their blood. This is a big challenge to all our past, present and future leaders. The Federal Government must direct all efforts and forces to fight and end terrorism permanently in the affected areas.

“As a matter of urgency, before the general elections, the Federal Government must find a lasting solution to these senseless killings. The Federal and state governments cannot afford to continue to expose their citizens to untimely and horrible death. God is not happy with this at all.

“The Federal Government must make sure the victims that were left homeless, fatherless, old and young people, widows and widower are well comforted and cared for.”

The cleric, however, encouraged Nigerians not to panic, saying God would intervene to restore the country. He also appealed to Nigerians to be cautious of who to vote.

Abiara advised politicians to take a cue from political trends all over the world where winners and losers accept the outcome of elections in good faith.
Source: Punchng, @Olabluetooth