Monday, March 31, 2014

No Man Can Resist My Body; Woman Delivered In TB Joshua's Church Opens Up

Prophet TB Joshua's deliverance series continues as a beautiful young girl with the ability to seduce men has been “freed from possession”. The girl, identified as Princess Obasi, stated that because of the said power, no man could resist her body whenever she wants him.

I destroy every man that sleeps with me. If they have businesses, it will go down.. I have the spirit of snake and fishes from the sea,” the lady, identified as Princess, confessed.

My Mom Sold My Virginity


Abigail Haworth goes inside Cambodia's virgin trade, where young girls' virtue is treated like a commodity, put on the block by the people they trust the most

Hostesses at Cambodian beer gardens are often targeted by men looking to purchase their virginity.

Dara Keo and her mother, Rotana, were both in tears when it was time for her to leave. A motorized rickshaw had arrived to transport 12-year-old Keo from her one-room shack in Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh, to an unknown location. Keo was crying because she was terrified. Rotana was crying because she knew she had done something unspeakable: She had sold her daughter's virginity to a rich, powerful man. The rickshaw driver took Keo to an underground medical clinic. A corrupt doctor on the payroll of brokers who arrange the sale of virgins examined her to check that her hymen was intact and gave her a blood test for HIV infection. "He confirmed I was a virgin and disease-free," says Keo, now 17. "Then I was taken to the man who bought me. I had to stay with him for one week while he raped me many times without a condom."
Cambodia's highly secretive upmarket virgin trade is a world apart from the capital's rowdy, neon-lit bars and karaoke clubs where foreign tourists and locals can buy sex for $10 or $20. Its clients are high-ranking officials from the Cambodian government, military, and police force, as well as other members of Asia's wealthy elite, who pay between $500 and $5,000 to sleep with a virgin.
Worldwide an estimated 4.5 million people are trafficked for sex or forced into prostitution, and 98 percent of the victims are women and girls, according to the International Labour Organization. In the United States, around 300,000 children are reported to be at risk of sexual exploitation. In Cambodia, an impoverished nation of only 15 million people, "many thousands" of Cambodian girls and women are sold for their virginity every year, says Dr. Chhiv Kek Pung, the president of Cambodia's leading human rights organization, Licadho. (There are no hard figures due to the trade's secrecy.)
The virgin trade thrives partly due to a cultural myth. "Many older Asian men believe sex with virgins gives them magical powers to stay young and prevent illness," she explains. "There is an endless number of destitute families for the trade to prey on, and the rule of law is very weak." Human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and the buying and selling of sex are illegal in Cambodia. However, because of official corruption and substandard police resources, no one has ever been convicted of purchasing virgins in Cambodia's courts.


The belief that sex with virgins can prolong lifespan, originally from Taoist thought, has long been popular with Asian leaders. People's Republic of China founder Chairman Mao had a well-documented love of virgins. The North Korean regime allegedly keeps elite troops of virgins ages 14 to 20 known as "satisfaction teams," who are forced to provide sex to senior party officials.
In addition to rich locals, men from neighboring countries such as China, Singapore, and Vietnam are regular customers in Cambodia. "They travel here on business and have everything prearranged by brokers: a five-star hotel, a few rounds of golf, and a night or two with a virgin," says Eric Meldrum, a former police detective from the United Kingdom who now works as an anti-exploitation consultant in Phnom Penh. "The men know they can get away with it."
Home to more then 1,000 people, the Phnom Penh riverside slum where I meet Keo and her mother is a splintering jumble of wooden shacks alongside rancid water. Keo says that here, almost every teenage girl is sold for her virginity at some point. "Everyone knows, but nobody talks about it."
Female chastity in Cambodia is enshrined in a code of obedience known as Chbab Srey ("Women's Law"), and the girls suffer unjust shame. "There's a national saying that men are like gold and women are like cloth," says Tong Soprach, who does independent research on Cambodia's youth for nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and government bodies. "If you drop gold in the dirt, it washes clean and still shines. If you drop cloth, the stain never comes out." As a result, it is often hard for girls to marry or get regular jobs if they admit what happened to them.
Keo and Rotana tell their story inside the tiny room on stilts they rent for $10 a month. Outside, babies wail and hammers bang, and the walls shake as people traverse the slum's rickety pathways. Quiet-spoken Rotana, 62, says the decision to sell her daughter's virginity was a "last resort."


Rotana married relatively late, in her 30s, and had six children. She was unable to marry earlier because romantic relationships and family life were banned under the bloody communist regime of the Khmer Rouge, during which an estimated 2 million people died in the 1970s. Three of her children died from fever, and she earned as little as $1 a day as a trash recycler to support the remaining three. (Keo is the youngest.) Her husband drank and played cards. "He died a few years ago, leaving gambling debts. His creditors threatened violence when I couldn't pay," Rotana says. A female neighbor working as a broker, or middlewoman, approached Rotana. "She said she felt sorry for me and promised me big money if I sold Keo's virginity." The virgin trade recruits local women to lure girls because they can befriend mothers easily. Often, they are former trafficking victims or sex workers themselves. "Fear and worry about the debts made me ill," Rotana says. "Finally, I gave in."
In a country where about a third of the population lives on less than $1 a day, the temptation to accept large lump sums for a daughter's virginity can prove irresistible. While rates vary, most families receive around $1,500, which is equivalent to four years' salary.
Keo is sitting on the floor dressed in mismatched floral pajamas. "When my mom told me she needed me to sleep with a strange man, I was very scared. We both wept for a long time," she says. Rotana was so desperate she accepted a fee of only $500 ($100 went to the broker). Keo says she "agreed" to be sold—although, as a 12-year-old, it's unlikely she had much choice or fully understood her fate. "I wanted to save my mother," Keo says.
She was taken to meet her buyer in a room in an exclusive hotel after her visit to the medical clinic. The man, wearing a dark suit and a gold watch, insisted on a doctor's certificate attesting that she was a genuine virgin. (Some brokers try to trick clients by surgically restoring a girl's hymen, so she can be sold multiple times.) "He ordered me to undress. Then he pinned me down on the bed, unzipped his pants, and forced himself into me," Keo says. "The pain was excruciating."
I ask about the man's identity. Keo and Rotana give me the name of a Cambodian politician who is still in office, but they refuse to reveal his name publicly. (To protect their safety, their names have also been changed as well as the names of other mothers and daughters mentioned in this story.)
Keo's ordeal went on for a week, a common length of time for men to keep each virgin they buy. The man forbade her to leave the room and visited her for sex two or three times a day. "He was very forceful," she says. "A few times he asked if he was hurting me. When I told him yes, he used even more force." She wasn't allowed to contact home. "When I was alone, I watched TV and cried myself to sleep." By the time she was freed, her vagina was torn and bruised. Her mother took her to a local doctor, who gave her painkillers and said her injuries would "heal on their own." Keo found it agonizing to walk or urinate for two weeks.

Sophleap Thai, 35, was sold to a brothel at age 18.

If Keo feels anger towards her mother for selling her, it's buried deep. After recounting her story, she says nothing except that she feels "sad" about what happened to her. Rotana doesn't speak at all. Despite everything, Keo continues to support Rotana, who is now in poor health, by washing laundry for $20 per week.
Loyalty to parents is paramount in Cambodia. "The attitude is children exist for their parents' benefit, not the other way around," says Nget Thy, executive director of the Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights. "Children have a strong duty to pay back their parents for raising them. The concept of child rights is very weak."
While Thy believes poverty is the root cause of most parents' selling their daughters for sex, he says factors such as gambling and alcohol and drug abuse also play a role. "Playing cards for money or betting on soccer is very popular," he says. "Both men and women become addicted." And, because gambling is illegal for Cambodians, those who get caught often face the added expense of bribing police to escape criminal charges. With girls at risk of being sold by their own families, and without effective law enforcement or government intervention, the task of trying to help virgin trade victims is left mainly to nonprofit organizations working inside Cambodia.
Rattana Chey, 21, who lives close to Keo's slum, discovered her gambling-addicted mother was plotting to sell her virginity six years ago. Chey fled to Riverkids, a nongovernmental organization with an office in her riverside neighborhood. Founded in 2007 by a group of volunteers in Singapore, the NGO has four offices in Cambodia that provide refuge, schooling, and vocational training for children.
"Riverkids offered my family rice in exchange for not selling me," Chey explains. The rice was worth around $10 and helped feed the family of eight. They also gave her mother a microloan so she could set up her own food cart and sell bread to help break her gambling habit. "I have six siblings, and my father is a construction worker. He often has no work at all." Riverkids enrolled Chey in one of its programs to learn sewing. Thanks to the course, Chey now earns good money making clothes to help her family. Yet her mother still attempts periodically to sell her virginity, tempted by the huge sums of cash on offer. "A businessman from Singapore has offered $4,000 to sleep with me," she says. "My mother desperately wants me to agree." With the support of Riverkids, which has helped more than 900 vulnerable young people in Phnom Penh, Chey is able to resist her pressure.
Chesthavy Soun, a Cambodian senior social worker at Riverkids, says the organization works closely with families to change attitudes. "Some parents' thinking is very short-term," she says. "We try to show them that allowing their daughters to get an education and learn job skills is much more valuable." They also work to remove the stigma attached to girls whose virginity has already been sold. "We've had quite a few cases of girls becoming pregnant or needing treatment for STIs as a result of their ordeals. They are often shunned because they can't hide what's happened to them," Soun says. "We help them to get job training in things like hairdressing and computers so they can earn a regular income. This helps them to regain some respect in their communities."
Eradicating the virgin trade is slow and painstaking. Yet the process could be hastened if law enforcement made catching brokers and buyers a priority. But effective policing is blocked by silence and inaction at the very top of Cambodia's male elite. "The only people who can afford virgins are men in politics or in big business," says anti-exploitation expert Eric Meldrum. "These people have a very cozy relationship, so there is almost zero political will to tackle the problem."

In their roles as beer garden hostesses, young woman sit with customers, engage in conversation, and pour drinks. Here, they line up onstage for patrons to choose.

Because of the inaction, the U.S. State Department listed Cambodia on its 2013 Trafficking in Persons Report as a country failing to fully comply with minimum standards to eliminate trafficking, such as providing protection for victims and pursuing a zero-tolerance policy toward perpetrators. The report notes the "complicity of government officials [in Cambodia] contributed to a climate of impunity for trafficking offenders and a denial of justice to victims."
Vannith Uy, 41, who sold her own daughter's virginity, witnessed firsthand how men in power buy virgins without fear of repercussions. Three years ago, she was working in Phnom Penh as a cook in a beer garden—one of the many popular drinking spots that employ miniskirted young women to sell Cambodian alcohol and serve food. At night all over the city, crooning love songs leak into the darkness from the gardens. Behind their fairy-lit facades, they are prime hunting grounds for virgins. During her year there, Uy saw at least 50 young female employees sold for their virginity. She came to know prominent male buyers, including an aging politician from Cambodia's ruling party. "Everybody loved him because he gave big tips," she recalls.
Uy said the man went further than purchasing virgins for his immediate pleasure—he "reserved" younger girls age 8 or 9 for the future. "He asked mothers to bring their underage daughters to the beer garden after-hours. He chose the ones he liked and gave their mothers money every week to buy rice until the girls grew up." An arrangement was made for him to buy their virginity after they hit puberty, Uy explains.
A high-ranking police officer, speaking anonymously, confirms Uy's account. "There are more than one or two government officials who do this," says the officer, dressed in off-duty clothes in a coffee shop. The men are not afraid of being caught, he adds, because they know the police won't act. "If you try to enforce the law with these men, you will have a big problem," he says. "I have been threatened, and many of my colleagues working on this issue have had their jobs threatened." He says he's been warned by "people high up" not to pursue virgin-buying and rape cases because the crimes are "not serious" and "having sex is human nature."
Back in the slums of Phnom Penh, Riverkids is doing all it can to make up for such grave official shortcomings. Chey says she feels lucky she got help in time. But what makes her happiest is being able to save her two younger sisters, ages 8 and 15. Regular income as a seamstress makes Chey her family's breadwinner and gives her the biggest say in household affairs. "My mother wants to try to sell their virginity, but I will never let that happen," she says. "Thanks to my earning ability, I am the most powerful person in our family now. I am determined to break the pattern."

Baby violently battered to death by his mother 'could have been saved' if vital clues were not missed by social workers because of family's 'well-presented image'


Murderer: Emma Wilson, 25, of Windsor, Berkshire, was jailed for life for killing her child
Bungling health visitors and childcare workers missed vital clues that could have saved a vulnerable 11-month-old baby battered to death by his mother, a damning report said today.
Emma Wilson, 25, of Windsor, Berkshire, was jailed for life two months ago after murdering Callum Wilson, who suffered an unsurvivable brain injury in her flat.
A Serious Case Review released today said that a doctor, over-worked health visitors and staff at a children’s centre had failed to alert the local council about scratches and bruises to the child’s face in the weeks preceding his death.

The ‘financially stable and well-presented image’ presented by the family made the health workers think Callum was not at risk, the report found.
Wilson made up stories that the bruises had been caused by falls, by his ‘boisterous’ older brother and even told staff at a children’s centre that it was her cousin’s child and not hers.
Callum was found to have 11 broken bones in his small, underweight body when it was examined by medical workers who tried in vain to save his life after Wilson had battered him.
However, the horrific injuries had not been spotted by a health visitor at a child health clinic who had seen him the day before his death on March 18, 2011.
The report said the injuries could have been caused up to two weeks before the child died, and blamed social workers and health visitors for poor record sharing and communication.
‘In the two weeks before his death, professionals missed opportunities to intervene which, if they had been taken, are very likely to have led to the detection of serious injuries and are very likely to have prevented his death,’ the report by the Windsor and Maidenhead Local Safeguarding Children Board said.
Callum was initially brought up in foster care after his birth at Wilson’s flat in February 2010.
It was her second child, after she had concealed the pregnancy. She was ‘ambivalent’ about putting Callum up for adoption at first, the report said. Wilson had seen Callum less than 20 times and had hidden the existence of her second child from family and friends.
Her mother only found out about the baby after a social worker from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead informed her about Callum when he was 28 weeks old, the report said.
Despite this, Wilson was allowed to take custody of Callum in November 2010 - without a proper care plan being put in place, the report said.
‘There were no grounds for the local authority to prevent the mother from assuming care of Callum, but the complexity of the background and the evidence that the mother had shown very little positive interest in Callum indicated the need for careful monitoring of his health and development and the care that he was provided after his placement with his mother,’ said the report.
Wilson made up stories that the bruises had been caused by falls
Callum was found to have 11 broken bones in his small, underweight body
It added: ‘At this point, there should have been a coordinated child in need plan linked to a similar plan for his health needs.
‘The local authority closed the case after two visits and the health visiting service offered only its core service - i.e the mother was left to take Callum to health clinics and to seek advice from her health visitor or GP if she wished.’
The report said that on her final visit, four weeks after Wilson took custody Callum, the child’s ‘inexperienced and newly qualified’ social worker had noted scratches on the child’s face.
‘The social worker accepted the mother’s explanation that these scratches had been caused by Callum’s brother. This was a concerning presentation which might have been an indication of poor parenting or abuse,’ the report said.
However, this concerning potential evidence of abuse was not flagged up within the local authority and went unchecked.
The report said that, over the following eight weeks, staff at Woodlands Park Village Children’s Centre in Maidenhead, Berkshire, also noted scratches and bruises on several more occasions.
The mother had deceived staff and other parents at the centre by giving Callum a false surname and telling them that it was her cousin’s child. She also claimed the bruises were caused by his four-year-old sister - a child who did not exist.
Other concerned parents of children attending the centre pointed out the bruises and also expressed concern about Callum’s welfare.
The centre’s manager did try and alert the local council about her concerns, but was given bad advice over the phone, the report said.
‘When the children’s centre sought advice from the local authority, the centre coordinator spoke to an unqualified member of staff without realising this.
Secretive: Wilson had seen Callum less than 20 times and had hidden the existence of her second child from family and friends

‘She was unhappy with the advice given, but did not challenge it. The systems in place in the local authority for screening calls were not clear to other professionals,’ said the report.
The day before he was admitted to hospital with the serious head injury that caused his death, Callum was seen by a health visitor in a child health clinic - who had never met him or his mother before.
The report said: ‘The health visitor noticed bruises on his face, which the mother said had been caused by a fall the previous day. The health visitor was concerned about Callum and noted her intention to speak to his allocated health visitor.
‘Despite the very limited time that she had with Callum, the health visitor had enough information to have made the decision to alert the local authority. At the very minimum, she should have sought the advice of the health trust’s named nurse for safeguarding or another senior colleague.’
However, the health visitor failed to do this. Instead, the following day Callum was rushed to Wrexham Park Hospital in Slough, Berkshire, in a ‘collapsed state’ and died soon after.
Callum had bruises on his face, head, chest, back and legs - and 11 broken bones. Doctors recognised that he had suffered a very serious head injury, which is what caused the little boy’s death.
The report concluded that professionals had underestimated the potential risks to Callum, adding: ‘When he moved to live with his mother he should have been closely monitored because of the concerns about the circumstances of his birth, and his mother’s failure to visit him for long periods when he had been looked after.’
The review also found that ‘professionals missed opportunities to intervene which, if they had been taken, are very likely to have led to the detection of serious injuries and are very likely to have prevented his death.’
The report said there were ‘important lessons’ to be learnt from the case, including the training given to professionals involved and the need for different agencies to improve the sharing of vital information.
‘Communications between midwifery services and health staff such as GPs and health visitors were not sufficiently detailed and specific,’ said the report.
‘They did not consistently make clear the concealed nature of the pregnancies and the lack of antenatal care that the mother had received. This contributed to the fact that GPs and health visitors did not recognise the significance of the history.’
The report noted ‘a lack of curiosity about scratches on the face of an infant.’

‘This should have been recognised as an unusual and potentially concerning presentation. The bruises observed by professionals should have been considered as highly suspicious and concerning given the age and vulnerability of the child.’
'The bruises observed by professionals should have been considered as highly suspicious and concerning given the age and vulnerability of the child'

It concluded: ‘Professionals in three different settings - the GP practice, the children’s centre and a child health clinic - did not comply with the child protection procedures and the training that they had received and did not report suspicious injuries to the local authority social care service.’
The report also said the East Berkshire health visitors - a qualified nurse or midwife who visits homes as part of a primary health care team - had failed to communicate with each other and cited their heavy caseloads as a problem.

The review found that this ‘limited the time staff had to make visits, to undertake assessments and to practice in a reflective way.’
The report said staff at the children’s centre ‘lacked experience in running or managing a service used by large numbers of children and had received insufficient training on safeguarding children,’ and that the primary social worker for Callum was ‘newly qualified and inexperienced.’
The report said: ‘She (the social worker) was allocated this case because it was believed to be a straightforward piece of work. This underestimated its potential complexity, given the concealment of two pregnancies.
‘Newly-qualified social work staff dealing with children’s cases require a high level of supervision tailored to their individual level of competence, skill and knowledge. This was absent in this case.’
Key information about Callum was held in his Personal Child Health Record - including the fact that he had been looked after by a foster carer for the first six months of his life.

However, the report said the design of the document and the way in which some important information was recorded meant it was ‘not obviously noticeable to staff referring quickly to the record.’
Health visitors involved with Callum did not share all the relevant information about him with one another and did not ensure that his GP knew he had been a looked after child.
There was also an astonishing six-month delay in Callum’s GP receiving the child’s medical history from the practice used by the local council - which meant the family’s doctor did not know the child had been in care and didn’t appreciate that the boy had lost weight since living with his mother.
The records only arrived at the GP’s practice a month after the boy’s death.
The report said: ‘Current arrangements for the transfer of GP records are not fit for purpose in relation to the needs of vulnerable children.
‘The delays that are commonplace mean that the service offered by GPs may be seriously impaired and some children may be placed at risk.’
'Newly-qualified social work staff dealing with children’s cases require a high level of supervision tailored to their individual level of competence, skill and knowledge. This was absent in this case'

In a press conference today, Donald McPhail, chairman of the Windsor and Maidenhead Local Safeguarding Children Board, said: ‘The GP did not have information about the concealed pregnancy and didn’t have information that the child had been in care, and that there was a lack of weight growth which was related to the time the child had been at home.’
Sarah Bellars, director of Nursing, Windsor, Ascot, and Maidenhead Clinical Commissioning Group, said procedures had changed which meant medical records would now get to GPs within three to ten days.
Mr McPhail apologised for Callum’s death, and said: ‘I wish to express our complete regret that the risks to Callum were not appropriately identified and actions taken to safeguard against them.’
Alison Alexander, strategic director of Children’s Services, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, said: ‘I would like to emphasise our apology to Callum’s family and extended family for the loss they have suffered through this tragedy.’
Ms Alexander said procedures have changed since 2011 to bring in a new ‘bruising protocol’ which flags up babies with injuries to the council to follow up and assess if it is evidence of abuse.
There is also a new practice whereby mothers who conceal pregnancies are automatically put on a three-month care plan to make sure they can cope with the child.
Ms Alexander said the review ‘raises concerns at all levels and does not just point fingers at social workers.’
Asked if anyone had lost their job, she replied: ‘The people who were around at these times from frontline staff to managers have moved on to other jobs as part of natural turnover.’
Responding to the report’s criticism that health visitors were overworked, Julian Emms, chief executive of Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, said 20 new health visitors had been recruited since 2011 and none had been sacked.
He said: ‘My reading of this was mistakes were made - that health visitors made some errors of judgement, as did most professionals in this case. But they were not negligent. They underestimated the risk and it is important that we have addressed that.’

Man allowed HYENA to eat his genitals because a witch doctor told him it would make him rich


Mr Zulu, from Malawi, said he was told by a witch doctor that if he sacrificed some of his body parts he would become rich
A MAN with a big heart for wealth has lost his manhood and three toes to a hyena that attacked him as he carried out a witchdoctor’s instructions in a bush in Chipata.
Chamangeni Zulu  of Njenjewa Village in Chief Mulonyeni’s area in Malawi is admitted to Chipata General Hospital after a hyena bit off his manhood and three toes on his left foot in bizarre circumstances.
The money crazed man aged between 20 and 24, who was admitted to Ward B at Chipata General Hospital, said he lost his body parts in his quest to become rich.
The incident happened on March 24, 2014 in Makungwa Lufu area in Chipata District in Eastern Province.
Mr Zulu narrated from his hospital bed yesterday that he was told to sacrifice parts of his body in order to become rich.
“I came from Malawi and when I arrived in Chipata I met some business persons who told me that the best way to become rich was to sacrifice parts of my body.
“On 24th March, 2014 around 04:00 hours, I went to a bush where I was instructed to be naked and a hyena came to me and started eating my toes and eventually my manhood was eaten,” he said in his Chewa dialect.
He said the witchdoctor had not indicated the body parts that would be ‘lost’ and how, although he was told he would encounter a hyena.
Mr Zulu said after the incident, he crawled to a nearby road where some Police officers picked him and took him to the hospital.
“Even if I have lost some important parts of my body, I still want to get rich,” he said.
He said he had stayed in Zambia for four months as he was doing ‘piecework’ to earn a living.
Chipata General Hospital acting medical superintendent Humphrey Chanda described Mr Zulu’s condition as stable.
Dr Chanda said the patient was brought to the hospital on Monday by some uniformed Police officers.
“Yes, it is true that he lost his manhood and three toes after being bitten by a hyena, but his condition is stable,” he said.
Eastern Police Division criminal investigations officer Patrick Bili said Police had received a report on Mr Zulu’s matter.
The man went into the Zambian bush while he allowed a hyena (not the animal pictured) to attack him. The animal first ate his toes before eating his genitals


In 2012, 50 miles from the same spot in the area of Chadiza, a man was attacked in the country after going out to the toilet in his garden.
Isaac Mwale, 42 said that he saw a black animal which looked like a dog leap at him before it mauled his leg.
After the attack, villagers appealed to the Zambia Wildlife Authority to cull the number of hyenas in the area.
The brutal attack happened in Chapita, a city near the Malawi border in Zambia
The brutal attack happened in Chapita, a city near the Malawi border in Zambia

Good News! Another Popular Beautiful Female Nigerian Artiste Engaged (See)


  


Mo'cheddah is engaged to her long time boyfriend, Bukunyi Olateru-Olagbegi, an Ondo prince.

Mo’ cheddah and BK Olateru-Olagbegi are said to have been dating for more than two years and they are so in love with each other that they often travel and spend almost every possible time together.

See What Money can Do: Unbelievable Photos Of Nicki Minaj Before And After Plastic Surgery


 
 This is what money can buy…see photos of Nicki Minaj before and after money.

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Homeless single mom jailed for leaving her kids in car to go on job interview

What a heartbreaking mugshot. A homeless single mom, 35 year old Shanesha Taylor, who struggled to make ends meet is in jail after she left her two sons, a 2 year old and 6 month old in her car while she went on a job interview.

Madamenoire.com reports...
The Scottsdale, Ariz. native was arrested after she left her young sons in a hot SUV that was locked with the windows cracked as she went for a job interview at an insurance company. A passerby heard Taylor’s youngest child crying and called police. When they arrived, Taylor returned to her car 45 minutes after police got to the scene, and when police arrested her, the two boys were reportedly “crying and sweating profusely.” Taylor told police that she was homeless and needed the work, and because she couldn’t find someone to watch her kids, she had to take them with her. This event occurred on March 20. Continue...
The response to her story has been split, with some people saying that while she did make a mistake, she was simply trying to find work to feed her kids. Others say, she left two kids in a hot car, it’s wrong, dangerous, and she should have known better. Well, those in support of Taylor have actually set up a fundraising campaign on YouCaring.com to help raise money for Taylor and her kids, who are in the custody of Child Protective Services at this time as she awaits charges. The goal was only $9,000, which according to the person who set up the fundraising campaign, Amanda Bishop, would be put into an account for her family. However, the fundraiser has brought in a whopping $63,000.

Taylor is still in jail while her children remain in protective custody.

Was she wrong to leave her kids in the car to go look for a job? What's your thoughts on this?

Court orders 37 defected PDP House of Reps members to resign

The 37 PDP House of Representatives members who defected to APC in December 2013 have been ordered to vacate their seats and the House.
Justice Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court in Abuja gave the order today while delivering judgment in a suit filed against the defected lawmakers by the PDP. The judge said the lawmakers no longer had any business, morally and legally in the Assembly and so should resign.
"Having perused the arguments of counsel and the constitutional provisions, it is clear and unambiguous that the defendants were sponsored by the PDP and won the election on its platform. It is also the court’s opinion that their tenure has not expired and there is no division in the PDP.
“The defendants are, therefore, not competent to vote or contribute to any proceedings in the House of Representatives. An order of perpetual injunction is, hereby, ordered, restraining them from altering or attempting to change the leadership of the House of Reps,” Justice Ademola said.
In January 2014, PDP instituted a suit against the defected lawmakers who attempted to cause an alteration in the leadership of the House of Representative.

Obesere Rape Scandal: Nigerians Condemn Him For Putting Lady’s Picture On VCD Cover

A lot of Nigerians yesterday condemned the act carried out by Obesere recently for putting the picture of his alleged rape victim on the cover of his newly released Video CD which explained what transpired between him and the said Nike Olaiya after the news got online yesterday.
Some of them said he had no right to reveal the lady’s identity, and it was even more wrong for him to put her picture on the cover of his newly released Video CD which explained the rape incident.
But on Obesere’s side, he alleged that the lady thinks because she is not a celebrity, and her face is not out there, she can swindle him.
She is a scammer that needs to be taught a lesson Obesere said. But more and more Nigerians are calling on NGO’s and human rights activists to help Nike get justice on this case.

Do you think Obesere was right or wrong for doing that? Let’s hear your thoughts.

AfroCandy Unleashed Again

Afrocandy just posted a raunchy picture of herself this after saying she was getting ready for a movie role. Her daughter also just got admission into the University and she flaunted the pictures yesterday on her twitter page, saying everyone needs to hustle hard in whatsoever way they can, because a lot of people have told her she will fail in life, and her daughters will even get pregnant before they are 15. But today, they are not pregnant but in school and she’s living her life too. See the raunchy picture she posted this afternoon. *Warning* You are about to see a big ass people! Be warned.


Nigerian lesbian asylum seeker says she faces death sentence if deported

46 year old Nigerian lesbian asylum seeker in the UK, Adejumoke Apata (pictured above), says she risks a death sentence if she is deported to Nigeria.

Ms Apata says she fled Nigeria in 2004 and claims that her girlfriend who refused to go with her, was brutally murdered by vigilantes in 2012.

Before she left Nigeria, Adejumoke said she was subjected to homophobic torture, persecution and a brutal arrest after she was exposed as a gay woman. She claims she was also sentenced to death by stoning for being a lesbian. Continue...


Adejumoke, who is facing deportation, doesn't want to be deported and has started a campaign aimed at persuading people to sign a petition against her deportation.
"Returning to Nigeria is not an option for me, because as well as a death sentence hanging over me, I will face 14 years in prison due to the anti-gay law that was passed by the Nigerian Government in January 2014. I want to remain in the UK in order to contribute positively to the society and support my girlfriend, who I am now engaged to," Adejumoke said in a YouTube video.

I Can't Date Any Man Who Is Not Good In Bed ––Actress Okoye

If you're looking for bold girls who can say their mind when it comes to bedroom issue, just go to Nollywood in a subtle way and talk to the young babes who are trying to make it in the movie industry. One of them is this cute actress, Crystal Okoye. She said any man who can't perform should not come her way.

Below is what she told a reporter about her desire:
I am not one of those women who would tell you séx doesn’t matter; it matters a lot in a marriage. If a man cannot perform I have no business with him. You have to be a complete man to be with me. I don’t pray to marry a poor man...
But a man who can comfortably take care of me. I love séx, and I am not going to pretend I don’t. I know most girls even fake or'gasm just to please their partners but I am not that kind of girl.
-Guys, please don't go close if you are not strong. lol!

Dear OBB readers: Should I sell my baby?

From a female OBB reader
I am a 27 year old woman. I have been married to my husband for 2 years now and we are expecting a baby. At first, he was very happy about. Now that I am 6 months gone, he tells me that his boss, who has been married for 7 years with no child wants our baby. He said he will give us 10 million for the baby. The offer is very tempting as my husband and I are not very well to do. The money will change our lives. I know I can always give birth to another one.I really do not want to "sell" my baby, but my husband really needs the money. What should I do?

Man Proposes to His Girlfriend on The Air In Arik Plane

I guess this is romantic and many ladies will love it. But the guy get liver sha, to do this kind thing on air where a lot of people are busy praying that their plane should not get messing or anything like that.

The young man was given a different seat from his fiancée on the trip but that still did not stop him as he left his seat and walk down to hers, brought out a ring and, as usual, the girl said YES! See more pix below...


...love is sweet!

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Dear women, you know we can actually hold out until marriage?

How many of you watched that Nick Cannon video yesterday where he listed the names of 5 famous women he's slept with? (See it here) Did you hear what he said about Mariah Carey when they asked him when they first slept together?
"On our wedding night, honeymoon style, in the Bahamas. That's a real woman there, make you wait, til you got married." Nick said
About other women, Nick said "It's LA! That's the whole purpose, you have sex with actresses, singers, models...but Mariah made me wait"
In essence, a real woman makes a man wait till they are married before giving herself to him? I know it's really difficult to hold out, especially when you're crazy in love with the guy, but the thing is, men actually respect that. They really do. And whether you sleep with a man or not, if he wants to marry you, he will, right?

Personally, I don't know if I can. I'd love to I swear. I keep telling myself that's the plan but you can meet a guy tomorrow now with Brad Pitt's face, Tyson Beckford's body, Gerard Butler's charm and Kevin Hart's sense of humur and lose your senses. lol. But ultimately this is the best thing to do, wait till you are married. What do you ladies think? And big kudos to Mariah

Give Séx The Right Priority and Enjoy A Good Relationship

Do you know how much hugging and cuddling your partner needs before and after intercourse? How about the séxual fantasies each partner nurtures? Paying a little attention to our séx life may be all it takes to transform it to an intense experience. Couples put lots of efforts into their career, friendship and parenting -they read books and improve on all other areas in their lives. Well, that is not a bad idea at all. But good séx requires the same level of learnt information and attention, which means making time for séx matters a lot.

Hug each other for 20 seconds each day and flirt with each other. Even when there isn’t time for séx, make sure your mate knows you want to have one with him or her at any possible time. Leave a romantic message on your partner’s phone or e-mail. Daydream about making love to your spouse while doing the laundry, dishes, and while at work or during your free time and so on. Once in a while, while getting ready for bed, light a scented candle and play romantic music on the radio or CD player. This is one of the best firework stimulants. Anytime the opportunity arises, give your spouse a one-minute shoulder rub.
Go as far as renting a romantic movie and watch it together after the children might have retired to their rooms. One of the secrets of séxual firework is that the fervour, closeness and passion must never be taken for granted because one in three men wishes their wives were better in bed...

Be generous outside of the bedroom with foot rubs, shoulder rubs and loving words. Little signs of affection can build up and put you both in a mood that you weren‘t necessarily expecting. Do you bathe together? It is not a bad idea before bed time, seeing the glistening body of each other is not only séxy; it sparks raw fire. No harm happens to the marriage union when partners play together. It helps keep the mind fit, relieves stress and provides opportunity to work as life partners. It builds camaraderie and spices things up in the bedroom. 
Note that while playing together, wives should remember to put on seductive underwear. Most men like those attractive colours, especially the ones that are seductively designed.

Don‘t forget to break away from the children‘s grip and everyday life chores by eloping out once or twice a year; it enables couples to loosen up and focus on themselves once in a while. Go ahead, become each other‘s baby and share yester-years’ stories. Remember you can‘t sit around waiting for someone to make you happy, and that goes for séxual happiness too. When there is a raise in salary, the arrival of a new car or something new and special happens in the family, you can think up an extraordinary way of celebrating it.

Pay yourselves compliments as ladies expect and need compliments as much as men. If he knows that you think he’s séxy, he’ll try harder in bed to please you and prove that you’ re right. With one compliment a week, firework flame comes alive.

In all you do as a couple, put séx first because there is no substitute for séx. Let it top your day-to-day priority. It’s harder to find time together when the children are either toddlers or teenagers-they stay up later than you do and most times know what you are up to. So, sometimes you have to put your relationship first before the children; that could mean sneaking into the visitor’s room, the pent house or the master bedroom bathroom to have a short warm séxual escapade together. And it’s worth it. The fact remains that when these children are long gone, it is what both of you practise now that you will continue to do. So, don’t ignore your day-to-day activities and hide-and-seek-game. If both of you are not séxually naughty now, you may both bore yourselves to death when they [the kids] are long gone.

It is of topmost importance to husbands to know that their wives need them séxually. And these husbands want to come home to a ‘pure’ outlet. It does not matter if the wife is pregnant, nursing a baby or has reached menopause. Sensitivity and compromise must be a watchword here.

As far as a man is concerned, séxual relationship with their wives is more of physical and emotional tranquiliser; it enables them to relax afterwards. They solve life issues better subsequently after séx, become calm and relaxed. A séxually fulfilled man is a better giver, better lover and a better dad.

Therefore, pregnant and nursing wives should know that the séxual desire of their husbands is basically a matter of hormonal functions and regulations. It is also ever-present and they need the physiological release. So, when a wife at any stage of motherhood maintains an enthusiastic séxual interaction in the marriage relationship, her husband feels more secured and desirable as he grows older. Such husbands are better fathers, providers and home makers. In all you do, put séx first if you want the firework back!!!

BY FUNMI AKINGBADE
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