Sunday, 24 May 2015

Kylie Jenner Shares Sexy Cleavage Bikini Pic Pulling Down Her Jeans

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Kylie Jenner Posts Sexy Cleavage Bikini Pic Pulling Down Her Jeans

Kylizzle sizzles in yet another sexy bikini pic! The ‘KUWTK’ teen looked smoking hot while flaunting her cleavage and toned tummy in a hotter than hot Instagram pic.

Kylie Jenner, 17, strikes again! While hanging out in the sun on May 23, the KUWTK star was sure to flaunt her sexy bikini look in a series of sizzling pictures, putting her cleavage on full display. And yes, she definitely gives Kim Kardashian, 34, a run for her money yet again!

Shocking But Real :Sex Camp In zambia and Mozambique Designed To Train Girls For Child Marriage .

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Sex Camps designed to train girls for child marriage in

Zambia and Mozambique.

Girls as young as eight in Mozambique and Zambia are forced to go to camps where they are shown how to please a man in bed in order to prepare them for married life, activists said at an international conference on ending child marriage.

These sexual initiations begin once menstruation starts and sometimes involve sticks being inserted inside the girls, Persilia Muianga of international aid agency World Vision said.

She added that some mothers force young daughters to sleep with a man in the belief this can bring on menstruation.

Anglican priest Jackson Jones Katete said initiations in Zambia happen among girls between the ages of eight and 13, and may involve girls being cut by women for not performing sexual movements correctly.

"You ... pay these (elderly) women to do this torturing to your child," he said, adding that men do not want to marry girls unless they have been initiated.

"Immediately the girls come out of the camp, they are saying ... you are now ready for sex. And then the men come ... and then they begin to do the betrothals."

The training, which can last a week and is shrouded in secrecy, also teaches girls about hygiene, domestic duties and how to conduct themselves in the community, Muianga said, adding that community leaders fine parents if they do not take their daughters to the initiations.

Muianga, a child protection expert, said the sexual age of consent in Mozambique is 12 and many girls have babies very early, putting their lives at risk.
Serious childbirth injuries such as fistulas are a big problem because so many girls have babies before their bodies are ready, she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation during the conference in the Moroccan city Casablanca.

Nearly half of girls in Mozambique and more than 40 percent in Zambia are married before they turn 18, even though child marriage is illegal in both countries.
Bride prices paid to the girl's family drive early marriage in poor rural areas, Muianga said.

She said World Vision is training church leaders to tackle issues around early initiations and child marriage, and will help develop a similar initiative for Muslim communities.
Katete, who is director of the Anglican Street Children's Program in Zambia, said church leaders carry great authority in his country and have a role to play in addressing initiations and child marriage with their congregations.

He added that keeping girls in school is crucial for fighting early marriage, but most rural communities do not have schools nearby and teachers in these regions are usually men, which sends girls the signal that only boys deserve education.

"We are now saying that you should build schools in villages and have female teachers there as well who can act as role models."

The 3 day conference ending Thursday is hosted by Girls Not Brides, a global partnership committed to eradicating child marriage which affects some 720 million women worldwide.


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Kendall Jenner Jealous Of Gigi Hadid Because Film Producers Like Her More? Truth

Gigi has been stealing the spotlight at Cannes, as film producers are begging to meet with the gorgeous blonde and Kendall’s BFF. Meanwhile, poor Kendall hasn’t had nearly as much love! Is she fuming with jealousy over her bestie’s success?

Kendall Jenner, 19, and Gigi Hadid, 20, are the dynamic duo but is Gigi’s success at Cannes Film Festival tearing them apart? As the model BFFs have been putting their face out in front of the big shots, Gigi has garnered way more attention than Kendall, as producers are begging to meet with her and not Kendall. So how exactly does Kendall feel about her bestie’s Cannes success?

“Kendall wants to be a model. Acting would be fun, and if the right thing came along she would jump at it. She is making some waves in her modeling career and she wants to tackle those challenges before she pursues intense acting roles.

We’re glad there’s no bad blood between Gigi and Kendall. While film producers are calling Gigi the next Brigitte Bardot, Kendall hasn’t had many fawning over her, but she just wants to focus on modeling! The KUWTK star has worked hard to become a model and her career is hotter than ever  it’s good she’s focusing on that right now.

If Kenny does decide to branch out into acting one day, she knows she can do it Sadly, the reason Kendall is being shut down by film producers at Cannes is the same dilemma she was in when she first started modeling  which has everything to do with her last name.“She’s been looked down upon because she’s a Kardashian.

“Movie big-wigs just don’t see what the fuss is about, and it’s her family association that’s bringing her down. They feel that Gigi is more exotic looking, doesn’t carry the baggage that Kendall does with her family and Gigi is more of a fresh face that they would love to give a chance to over Kendall.”

Well, if it’s any consolation, Kendall’s modeling career is on fire and should she want to go into acting, we have every confidence she can make it! In the meantime, we’re glad she’s not bitter about Gigi’s amazing success. If anything, Kendall has motivation.

A Hilarious right !!! Man climbs tree in plateau , says he wont come down until buhari is sworn in.

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Man climbs tree in Plateau and says he won't come down until Buhari is sworn in.


I just saw this on Facebook. A man says he will stay on top a  tree until May 29th?  Hilarious right  !!!
 This is joblessness or craziness whichever one . Hopefully it's a joke lol .

Khole Kardashian shared photos of her sexy self and her Bffs hanging out At the 10ak night club.

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Khloe K shared these photos of her hanging out with her friends at the 1 Oak nightclub. Her body is banging. More photos after the cut..

Buhari to probe President Jonathan for the sake of national interest.

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Theophilus Danjuma asks Buhari to probe Pres Jonathan for the sake of national interest

General Theophilus Danjuma (rtd), yesterday advised President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, to investigate President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration over the $60 billion debt the new administration will inherit.

Former Defense Minister Danjuma made the call in Takum, Taraba State days after the Vice President-elect, Professor Yemi Osinbajo raised concerns about the huge debt President Jonathan was leaving behind for to Buhari’s government to inherit.

Commenting on Saturday, Danjuma lamented that the outgoing administration had nothing to show for incurring the debt it has and emphasized that a probe was needed to find out how President Jonathan's Govt accrued this debt.

He said: “It is disheartening to know that the incoming government of Buhari will have to contend with a debt of over $60billion and there is nothing to show for this huge debt.

Well, we would know what happened to these monies, because I believe that the Buhari administration has to, and should, in national interest, investigate the administration so that we would know what happened.”

The former minister said he chose to steer clear of politics because
“all the political parties are the same [and] very bad.” adding that “I rather steer clear of it.

 I support anyone who comes to me for money based on what I make of their person irrespective of political affiliations,” he said.

Daily Trust.


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New video: 'Jazzman Olofin - Omo Aiyee ft. Ras CPT.

Still basking in the euphoria of excitement generated by the successful release of his yet another hit single: 'Omo Ayee', Afro hiphop crooner, Jazzman Olofin has consolidated it with its audio-visual version! Produced by K-Solo, the song features United Kingdom based ReggaeDub Maestro, Ras CPT while the video was shot in lagos under the directorial-ship of Gadaf.

Regarded as one of the top pioneers of the genre of music called Afro-hiphop, Jazzman disclosed he has been busy working on a special musical project which he intends to feature top artistes in a mass collaboration.

He also disclosed that he is equally working on releasing few remixes of some of his old classics which according to him "is necessiated by popular demand"

Sharon Osbourne passed out at her home caused by exhaustion

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Sharon Osbourne passed out at her home caused to exhaustion

Sharon Osbourne has collapsed at her home in Los Angeles from exhaustion and will take a one month break from her CBS show, The Talk.

 A spokesperson for Sharon said that the 62-year-old's doctors say she is suffering from 'extreme exhaustion.'
'Sharon has been advised and has agreed to take a month hiatus to recover fully from these recent events,' her rep said. '

Sharon would like to thank everyone at The Talk for granting her this time off and to all friends, family and others for their incredible support.'


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I Don’t Give A Damn What Obasanjo Says About Me — Atiku Abubakar .

Former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar, in this interview with NIYI ODEBODE, JOHN ALECHENU and ADE ADESOMOJU, speaks on the expectations of Nigerians from the incoming administration of Maj.

 Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), his perception of former President Olusegun Obasanjo, among other issuesThe President-elect, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has acknowledged the fact that expectations of Nigerians from him are very high.

How do you think he can meet these within the next four years?Whenever there is a change in government in a democracy, whether in Nigeria or anywhere else, normally the expectation tends to rise.

 It is not unexpected in Nigeria, particularly when this is the first time in our democratic process that we are witnessing a smooth change in government from the ruling party to an opposition.

 Therefore, expectations are much higher within the normal circumstance of change.After several shots at the presidency, will you still present yourself if the opportunity avails itself to you again?

It is quite too early for such a question. We are in a transition process. We have not even formed the next government. You are asking me whether I will like to run again or not. I think it is just too early.

My concern is to make sure that the transition process is smooth and complete and a new government is formed because it is the party that I belong to that is coming in.

My dream for Nigeria is always that we can, from time to time, change government so that there can be competition among parties and that competition will bring about, perhaps more development and progress in the country.

I think that is my most important concern now rather than thinking of whether I’m going to run again or not.Why is it taking your party so long to decide on zoning?I think that is one fundamental thing Nigerians tend to forget.

There is no zoning in the constitution of the All Progressives Congress. In the true sense of it, there is no zoning. But we also know that this country is between North and South, Muslims and Christians.

 It is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious country; hence there is the need for balance of government appointments. We are not unaware of that. In the strictest sense of it, there is no zoning in the APC’s constitution.

It is in the Peoples Democratic Party’s constitution and it has a long history. Those of us who were in the Constitutional Conference of 1994, 1995 actually initiated it.What are the pitfalls the APC must avoid to steer clear of the fate that befell the PDP?

There are quite a few and fundamental ones that I will urge the APC government to avoid. Firstly, the political party should be allowed to freely operate on its own so that the issues of governors and the president being the leaders of the party and also the leader of government can be separated. It is only when one does that that internal democracy is allowed to thrive within the political party.

 Internal democracy is the building block, but when one mixes the two (leadership of political party and that of government), then one will find oneself where the PDP has found itself in the last 16 years.Secondly, the governors and the president must be focused on key fundamental issues of governance.

If they want to make an impact, for instance, in the first 100 days, three months, six months, as the case may be, they have to pick up certain key areas and also let Nigerians know that in the first 100 days, this is what you should expect from us.

 For instance, in my policy document, when I was running for the presidency, I said in the first 100 days, this is what you should expect from me.

I think it will be necessary for the government to tell Nigerians that this is what you should expect from us in the first 100 days and so on.What is your take on the prediction that the APC would be torn apart by the struggle for positions in the incoming government?I don’t believe so.

 I think we have come across a number of challenges since the formation of the APC. I believe that government is not essentially an employer of labour. It should create the necessary environment for the private sector to create jobs.

 I think there is too much emphasis on government employment or government patronage in this country. This is because various levels of governance, whether local government or state, don’t function well. In other words, it is the failure of our institutions.

If one goes to certain countries, one doesn’t find the president even having one visitor. For instance, I have visited my brother and friend, Jacob Zuma, several times. You don’t find even one single individual sitting with him and he goes out like a normal person because the institutions are working.

 The local councils are working. The provincial governments are working, everything is okay. Thus, whatever one is looking for at any level of one’s life is being provided for by the institution that is established to do it. Therefore, one doesn’t need the big man at the top.

 But unfortunately in this country, all our institutions are not working. They have been undermined. The constitution is very clear on that. But because the implementers of the constitution have not implemented the constitution as they should, the institutions are failing or have failed.

Therefore, everybody looks up to the president to solve all the problems. No, that should not be. That is why we have local and state governments. Hence, I think we have to strengthen our institutions and make sure that they deliver services to their respective people.

The President-elect, like many other Nigerians, believes that corruption has reached an intolerable level in this country. Do you share the view that he (the President-elect) cannot achieve much in tackling the menace as he has promised because he is surrounded by many politicians that are also accused of being corrupt?

I think it takes political will to fight corruption. I have sat down with the President-elect and I believe he has the political will to do that. He told me clearly that anybody who is corrupt should not expect any appointment from his government and I agree with him.

I also told him that if he really wants to cleanse this society, he should not make the mistake of trying to appoint anybody who is alleged or perceived to be corrupt and he can do that by making sure he gets the necessary information from the relevant government agencies.

So, I believe he has the political will.Apart from the area of appointment, what other specific areas must he explore to ensure that corruption is curbed?Corruption has become so endemic in this country that any level of the society one goes to, it is present.

 Even in my house, my wife is always fighting with the drivers; fighting with the mechanic; fighting with the cooks. When she gives them money to do this or that, they do fake receipts and all that.

Therefore, corruption is so endemic in the society, even in households. But then, if the political leadership provides the direction, the leadership and the will to fight corruption, one will find out that gradually we will be eliminating corruption and we will bring it to a minimal level.

There is no society where there is no corruption, even in the advanced democracies there is corruption, but at a very minimal level.

It is not threatening their progress as a country.Still on corruption, you once said that you were one of the most investigated Nigerians. If the President-elect says, again, he is going to investigate the cases against you, will you be afraid or worried?I’m not worried.

You can investigate me. But you know most of my cases have ended up in the court up to the Supreme Court and the apex court has ruled on them.

Thus, for you to reopen a case that has been closed by the Supreme Court … but I am ready to be investigated.Before the general elections, President Goodluck Jonathan visited you.

The picture that was being painted out there by his loyalists was that you gave a tacit approval for his second term bid. Can you use this opportunity to tell Nigerians what really transpired between the two of you at that meeting?I have told Nigerians what transpired between the two of us.

He wanted me to come back to the PDP and I said I was not coming back.There is this story that the PDP is being repositioned and that the party is reaching out to you and Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso of Kano State. If the party leaders reach out to you, will you return to the PDP?Nobody has reached out to me yet.

And for the question of if I would go back or not; how many people will the President go to their houses to say, ‘This is the favour I want’ and they will look at him in the face and say, ‘No, we are not going back?’ How many in this country will do that?Your former boss, ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo, said so many not-too-complimentary things about you in his latest book, ‘My Watch’.

 Have you both met since then?You know, really, I don’t give a damn (about) what Obasanjo says about me.You talked about South Africa working. Do you think that the concentration of power in the hands of the Federal Government is undermining the development of the country?There seemed to be better service delivery by the government during the period we ran the regional government system.

I had said that in my paper to the last Constitution Conference. I wrote a very comprehensive paper on that. I believe that the powers of the Federal Government are too many and there should be power devolution to the state and local governments.Still talking about former President Obasanjo, do you think he scuttled the best chance you ever had to lead this country as president?I don’t think so.

How? When?Your second term with him as Vice-President between 2003 and 2007 was stormy and he did everything to stop you from succeeding him as a result of which you left the PDP for the then Action Congress.As far as I am concerned, Obasanjo may believe that he scuttled my presidential ambition, but I believe it is about God.

If God says I will be president, I will be president; if He says I will not be president, I will not be president. Let’s forget about Obasanjo.You chaired the privatisation committee and you did a lot in various sectors, including telecommunication, by laying the foundation. I can’t remember you handling that of power…I refused to handle that of power.

Why did you refuse?I refused to because I had a fundamental disagreement with the President (Obasanjo). He believed we should go left; I believed we should go right. He said I should become the chairman of the committee, I accepted.

He inaugurated it, but I never sat. I allowed the Minister of Power then, Liyel Imoke, to sit. You can see that I was right because I told him what we needed was short-term, medium-term and long-term solutions to the power sector reform.

 He wanted to go for the long-term and up till now, we are not yet there. If we had adopted the short- term and medium-term solutions to our power problem, we would have been self-sufficient by 2005; even before we left office; because that strategy was planned for small and medium power stations in various parts of the country.

We had even harvested international bids: people, who were prepared to come and invest $500m, $250m to set up small and medium -size power stations.

 By now, we would have been self-sufficient, but he said, ‘Oh, we must go gas’ and I said, ‘Gas? There is a problem. It’s long term; a lot of investments. There is instability in the region (Niger Delta). You must bring peace, before they would allow you to evacuate the gas.

There is the issue of building the gas infrastructure, which takes a longer time and also a lot of investments and that I don’t see us even getting there in the next 10 years.’ But he said, ‘No, this is the way I want. We must go that way.’ I said, ‘Ok, fine, you are the President,’ and I declined to sit on the power committee till we left office.

 That is why when there was an investigation by the National Assembly; nobody invited me because my name was never there. Contracts were awarded and paid 100 per cent upfront; people disappeared with the money, and even stole, yet no power.

 I stand by this: We must have short- term, medium-term and long- term power solutions.Is that why you recently called for the reversal of the privatisation of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria?How does one begin to privatise distribution?

Distribution of what? There is no power. First of all, one should start with generation. When one starts with generation, then transmission follows. After there is enough power, then one knows that one has the capacity to transmit and then one can now distribute.

But they started with distribution, distribution of water or what? I mean, one can’t do that. Now we have privatised distribution, where is the power to distribute? No power! And they borrowed money from the banks to go and set up these companies.

They said the Federal Government gave billions to encourage the privatisation; now they are not recouping the money. They have huge loans.
There will be interest and there is no power to distribute. They have also increased electricity tariff when there is no power.

Some people have called for the removal of fuel subsidy while oil price in the global market has crashed. Are you in support of this and what must the incoming government do to diversify the economy because almost all the states have problems?

First and foremost, I was in charge of deregulation and we had started. If we had continued our programme, we would have finished deregulation before our government left office. But unfortunately we did not.

Thus, as far as I am concerned, I’m in for full and total deregulation in the downstream oil sector. Let the market determine (the economic needs).Believe me, we are complaining now because there is subsidy.

By the time one deregulates and opens the market, everybody is free to bring in these finished products and sell, there will be competition and the prices are even likely to come down. I am for deregulation.

There is no doubt about it because at the end of the day, I think that is the best for the country.On the issue of the prices of petroleum, I don’t think $50 is too low because when we came in, how much was it? $20? Yet we were able to implement our programmes. Therefore, it is all an issue of planning.

Of course, governments, both military and democratic, over the years have always been talking of diversifying the economy, but no government has really focused on the issue of diversifying the economy so that the reliance on oil can be reduced substantially.

When we go back to the Gross Domestic Product, we know oil is just about 15 to 20 per cent; the rest is either services or this and that. But then, I believe the diversification of the economy would have been much better for us if we had done it a long time ago.

Do you have any pact with the APC leadership or the President-elect for you to nominate people into positions in the incoming government and what roles will you play in the next administration?There is no pact. Essentially, I am a party man.

Therefore, I will do wholeheartedly whatever the party decides I should do or that I should help in doing.At the APC primaries you were expected to win, but you were in a distant third position.

No! With 20 votes.But did you suspect any conspiracy?As far as I am concerned, the APC primaries have become history. We have gone beyond that. I have endorsed the outcome of the primaries. I said the process was successful.

That is it.Talking about forming the next government, do you support reducing the cost of governance by cutting down the size of government in the country?Yes, I believe that particularly, the Federal Government should cut down on cost.

 If we devolve more powers to the state and local governments, obviously we don’t need a very unwieldy government structure as we have.

There is too much at the federal level – too much to do.How many ministers should the President-elect appoint? The constitution says a minister must come from each state of the federation?

One cannot avoid constitutional provisions. One has to be law-abiding so he (the President-elect) has to go by the constitution as far as the issue of ministerial positions is concerned.

Source : Punch


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Man hacked to death for confronting herbalist

Itoro, the first son and the breadwinner of the family, was allegedly hacked to death by a herbalist, Ette Okon on Friday, following a misunderstanding.

Rita Emmanuel, a cousin of the  deceased, a commercial motor cyclist, told the story of the murder. According to her, Itoro  lived with his parents in their grass house in  Ikot Abasi Effiom, in Akpabuyo Local Government Area of Cross River State until he  rented a room in a house close to his parents'.

“About a month ago, he decided to rent  a room in the next street so that his wife who was about to deliver a baby could have more space and we all agreed that it was okay. He  got a room in  Ette Friday’s house and moved there”.

Rita explained that everything was fine until Ndarake, Itoro’s wife, gave birth and the baby died within days. After  the death of the baby, the wife, according to the cousin, became sick and suffered epileptic seizures.

Friday, described as a herbalist, was said to have claimed he could heal the woman and asked for N5.000 to get materials to heal her.

Rita stated that after Friday took the money, he assured Itoro that his wife would soon recover and commenced treatment but that didn't happen.

Rita said:“Last year, Itoro lost his first wife after she gave birth to their second daughter; so he was worried that his second wife taking care of the two children was going to die too.

He asked the herbalist why the state of his wife was getting worse when it ought to be improving since the man had been given the money he demanded and he assured that he would treat the woman .
 The man did not say anything; he simply went inside his shrine and brought out a machete and cut Itoro’s   throat”.

A resident, who gave his name as Monday, said when people heard Itoro’s cries that night, they rushed to the herbalist’s house and  met Itoro in a pool of blood.

According to him, when  the herbalist saw them, he  threatened them with a machete.

This, he said, angered the residents who took matters into their hands, overpowered him, cut his own throat, dumped the body inside the shrine and set the place ablaze.

“The remains of the herbalist were eaten by dogs which he deserves because we could not  understand why he should kill a young man for asking why the state of his wife whom he was treating was worsening rather than improving”.

Mr Hogan Bassey, the spokesman  for the Command, said  the matter was being investigated.