6 February 2014

Fathia Balogun clock 45 celebrate Birthday in style Photos

the single mother of 3 clock 45 just of recent and ,celebrating it in a grande style with her colleague in the movie industry .check out photos from the birthday bash  below

OMG! Couple caught ‘ having sex in public 
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Maheeda releases another set of her raunchy sexy photos

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Why Women Are Having Secret Affairs with Motorcycle Operators

KENYA: Many people think motorcycles (locally known as boda-bodas) are a menace to society. Yes, there may be a few rotten potatoes in the lot and perhaps they are a law unto themselves. But in most cases, they are modern day knights riding up on a metal horse to save the day. Government, in its usual high handed way, has decided to play big bully with the little people.
To access free prenatal in government facilities, mandatory HIV testing has to be done on both husband and wife.  Big bully failed to consider the consequences of asking a husband whose maxim in life is “ignorance is bliss”, to take a HIV test.
Nankabirwa is expecting her fourth baby. She was turned away from the government health facility in her neighborhood and told to come back with her husband for mandatory HIV testing and counseling, if she wanted to access free services.
Her husband is not the easiest man to deal with even on a good day, and broaching the subject got her a good thumping for accusing him of having HIV.
Plan B, asking her brother-in-law to play the role of husband, was also a bust, as he wanted to be paid for his services in form of drinks at the local. The job fell to the boda-boda rider who only asked for Sh50 as a waiting fee for his troubles.
To be a boda-boda, rider you have to be versatile. Robert my regular boda-boda guy once told me a story of taking a mad woman to Butabiika Mental Hospital.
The woman needed to take her sister to Butabiika without alerting her. Reason being, she had escaped more than once when she got wind that her sister had intention of taking her to hospital.
She looked “normal” and soon, they were on their way.  Along the way, the “patient” sandwiched between Robert and her sister began to fondle him thinking he was her boyfriend, and told him it was good he was finally going to take her to his new I can only imagine how much steadiness and strength it took him not to ride the bike into oncoming traffic and cause an accident.
Much as women are willing to “use” boda-boda men, word on the street is that only a desperate woman would marry one. Recently, I had one of those lazy days where I was surfing the idiot box seeking entertainment.
I landed on a lonely-hearts TV show and had a Eureka moment. The women on the show appeared to be maids, shop attendants and waitresses.
Their ideal husband was one with a job and earns a good salary — basically a corporate guy. Their ideal marriage entailed a pampered life — shopping, salon and more shopping — and a maid to the housework.
When the presenter pointed out that most boda-boda operators earned good money, they said those are beneath their social class.
I guess the boda-boda guy is a stepping-stone for a good life. Because if you have ever hired one of these girls in your salon, shop or as a maid, they usually run off with the watchman, houseboy or boda-boda man whom she has been pilfering your stuff to impress.
Many women, secretly love boda-boda men perhaps because of their physical fitness and availability among other reasons—if the secret affairs reported between women and boda-boda men are anything to go by.
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Photo- How I Got Married To My Own Father Without Knowing- Woman Tells Her Story

`It was a dark secret. The kind that destroys lives, devastates families and decimates faith. Nobody shared it in any way with Valerie Spruill while her "husband" was alive. Four years after his death, she heard bits of the story. It was something about an absentee father, something about her husband. None of it made sense. That's not until her uncle finally told her what no one else had: She had unknowingly married the father she never knew.
"I don't know if he ever knew or not. That conversation didn't come up," she said. "I think if he did know, there is no way he could have told me." "It is devastating. It can destroy you!" Spruill told CNN late Thursday by telephone. "It almost did." 60-year-old Spruill of Doylestown, Ohio, went public with her story this month, first published in the Akron Beacon Journal, with the hopes that it would help others facing what seem like insurmountable problems. It's a story that has gone viral, attracting attention as faraway as Australia and India where the questions are always the same, she says: How could that happen? It's a question that Spruill said she has been grappling with since she first learned the truth in 2004, six years after her "husband" Percy Spruill died. She confirmed her "husband" was indeed her father through a DNA test, hair taken from one of his brushes.
The aftermath of the secret was devastating emotionally — and physically, Spruill suffered two strokes and was diagnosed with diabetes. All of it, she believes was brought on by learning the family secret. "Pain and stress will kill, and I had to release my stress," Spruill said. "I'm just telling the story to release my pain." She has a deep, abiding faith in God, who she believes has guided her through the experience — and others that have shaped her life."You have to have faith," she said. "If God brought me this far, He's not going to leave me now." Spruill met and married her husband/father in Akron and settled in Doylestown, a working class suburb of not more than 2,300 people. It was her second marriage. Spruill was a nice man, a good provider.
He was kind to her three children from her previous marriage. "We had a good life," she said. She initially struggled with anger, with hating Spruill for what happened. But therapy taught her what happened wasn't her fault. Her faith taught her to forgive. Initial response to her story has been mixed: "More positive than negative," she says. In recent days, she has been in contact with a couple who found out after they were married that they were brother and sister. They told her, she said, that her story is helping them deal with their own experience. "They are trying to be friends now," Spruill said. Others, though, have been less kind.
"They've said things like 'Some secrets should stay secrets,'" she said. "I can't do anything about what they think. I just know what I think. God is always mighty, and he teaches you to tell the truth no matter what." Spruill knows not everybody tells the truth. It's a lesson she learned as a child the hard way. By all accounts, Spruill's mother got pregnant as a teenager while dating her then 15-year-old father. She was 3-months-old when she was sent to live with her grandmother and grandfather, who she initially believed as she grew up was her father. Spruill said at about age 8 or 9, she discovered that the woman who often visited the house was not a family friend but her mother. But nobody, she said, talked about her father. There's nobody left to give her the answers about her husband-father. Her mother, Christine, died in 1984. Her grandparents have long since passed. So, too, have a number of Percy Spruill's relatives.
Spruill knows her mother worked as a prostitute and even got caught up in 1980 high-profile corruption scandal surrounding James Barbuto, a probate judge who was convicted of intimidating investigators and gross sexual imposition for attacking a courthouse clerk in his chambers. "My mother showed me lots of love. All said and done, I have no regrets in my life at all," she said. She believes she has siblings or half-siblings from Spruill's previous relationships, including the one with her mother. She said she wants to find them and let them know they are not alone. Spruill, herself, has three children and eight grandchildren. She struggled with telling her children that the man they believed was their step-father was their grandfather.
A therapist "advised me to tell my kids," she said. "I told them about two years ago. They are remarkable. They are handling it better than I am." In recent days, shortly before the news broke, she also told her grandchildren. "They have been so supportive.
They are telling me they love me, telling me they will do whatever I need," she said. In her spare time, since retiring from accounting department where she worked for 34 years at Goodyear, she has been writing down her story with the hopes of publishing it. "I thank God that he gave me a chance to live through all of these," she said. "It is nothing short of a miracle that I'm still here. I want people to know that they can survive something like this."

J - Martins & Wife Welcome Baby Boy

Singer J-Martins and wife, Nnezi Diana Mbila, welcomed their bouncing baby boy at Gwinnett Medical Centre, Atlanta Georgia at about 10:37pm (American time) on Tuesday. The baby boy has already been named Jason by his parents. Congratulations to them!

1 February 2014

Pictures Of Actress Ebube Nwagbo Smoking

According to Ebube, these are things you do in the line of duty.

New Law! United Arab Emirates Women To Breastfeed Babies For Two Years Or Get Sued

Women in the United Arab Emirates have been mandated to feed their new born babies for at least two years, a new Child Rights Law which just became effective this month states. Part of their new Child Rights Law, requires new moms to breastfeed their babies for two full years or their husbands could sue them if they fail to do so. The law furthermore states that, it is a human right for a child to be breast fed, and that nursing is now mandatory in the country. Some organizations have already been backing the law up with Quran, while others have kept mute.

Emeka Ike Ejected From St. Nicholas School Building As Court Seals Premises

It's indeed not a good time for actor Emeka Ike and his wife, as the owners of the property that housed their Secondary School, St. Nicholas College, which they started in 2008 has evicted them from the building with the help of the law court. The building was sealed last week Friday after a court case that lasted for 5years. The said owners also accused them of not paying their dues before now. Sources said, St. Nicholas College has been experiencing a lot of troubles especially, when the actor started owing the teachers and employing incompetent hands. A lot of kids were also withdrawn from the school by parents, with others threatening to do the same. But all that is over now, as the school building has been sealed up.