Friday, 4 September 2015

Cheating Girlfriend Snaps SCANDALOUS Selfie With Her Boyfriends BROTHER. What Happened Next Is Unbelievable but funny!!!!!!

This stupidly idiotic girl was cheating on her boyfriend, when one day she was up to no good, and accidentally sent a suggestive selfie with another man to her long term partner over snapchat.
But wait, it get’s better this was no random lover, it was her boyfriends BROTHER! Yeah, you heard us right, his brother! As if that wasn’t bad enough the drama didn’t end here,  no one could of predicted what happened next…


This boyfriend unexpectedly received this revealing photo from cheating girlfriend via snap chat!

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Oddly, he was rather cool about seeing the revealing picture with his younger brother, and even gave them the thumbs up! Huh?!

She even had the gall to laugh about it…

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Unfortunately, we can’t show her response as it is pretty inappropriate, but its basically a rude photo captioned ‘hahahahaha’.

Definitely not the normal response.

But in a SHOCKING turn of events the ex-boyfriend has the last laugh!

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This boyfriend gets the last laugh – which he truly deserves! Bet she didn’t see that coming, it’s funny how quickly things can backfire.
May this serve as a warning or lesson to anyone thinking of cheating!
Don’t do it!
This man deserved better, it’s just a shame he had to find out like this.

A new Sheriff in town - Femi Adesina writes

Article by Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Buhari, Femi Adesina
Some call it the Buhari bounce. Others describe it as the Buhari effect. Yet some others say it is the Buhari aura. One thing is however crystal clear. Things have not been the same in the past 100 days in Nigeria, since Muhammadu Buhari assumed the presidency. A new sheriff has truly come to town.
Exactly 100 days ago, he climbed the podium at Eagle Square in Abuja and got inaugurated as president, 30 years after he had been toppled from power as military head of state. He promised to belong to nobody, and to belong to everybody. It is a pledge that still resonates loudly today, and will surely echo for a long time to come.

On a day like this, you would expect a presidential spokesman to chronicle the achievements of his principal in office. He has turned stone to bread, slain the dragon, and climbed Mount Olympus in ten seconds. But that is not what I want to do. There are some intangible, almost imperceptible achievements, but which run very deep, and are quite fundamental. Those are the ones I'll rather talk of, while we leave the tangibles till some other day.

Oh, he's escaping. There are no concrete achievements, some wailing wailers would cry. True? Not true. I could have decided to focus on the bloody nose being given to Boko Haram in the North-east, which would see the country rid of insurgency soon, the rallying of leaders of other neighboring countries to deploy a Joint Multinational Task Force, the openness displayed about government finances and the welfare package instituted for states that couldn't pay salaries, the Treasury Single Account, which would promote transparency and accountability in governance, the disappeared fuel queues, fast-tracking of the cleanup of Ogoni land, reduction in the cost of governance, and many others. But I will not focus on all those. The day cometh!

When a new sheriff comes into town, disorder gives way to order. Chaos flees. Impunity is swept away. Laxity gives way to diligence, and people change their old, unedifying ways. When you have a Wild, Wild West situation prevailing, the new sheriff comes, and stamps his authority. Old things then pass away, behold, everything becomes new.

Nigeria had always needed attitudinal change. That was why the Buhari regime launched War Against Indiscipline in the 1980s. And the war was succeeding, till a spanner was thrown in the works through regime change. Buhari was called all sorts of names then: despot, tyrant, iron fist ruler etc But the discerning knew. They understood that it was a change we needed. And that change was postponed for 30 years.

But what is bred in the bones never goes out through the flesh. Immediately Buhari returned on May 29, Nigerians knew that discipline was back. The bird of the homestead told the ones in the bush, and they all sat up. No unnecessary chirping. Stealing is now corruption, they whispered to themselves. God help you if you get caught.

Now, consider the situation with electricity and with our refineries. Electricity has climbed to about 5,000 Megawatts. Some refineries, which had not produced a drop of fuel for years, have cracked into life. Even the perennial queues in our petrol stations have disappeared, vanished. Is it because Buhari threw billions of dollars at the problems? No. Those things simply responded to the presence of the new sheriff in town. Those who manned those schedules could afford to be laid back in the past. But not anymore! The music has changed, and the dance steps must follow suit. And would Buhari take credit for the newfound zeal and efficiency? Not the plain and honest man from Daura. The broadcaster Omotayo Omotoso had come to the presidential villa to interview him sometime in July. And she had asked what the magic wand he waved was, that refineries, long comatose, had sprang back to life. The President responded that it would be dishonest of him to have claimed he did anything. He had not touched refineries at all. But unknown to the President, he did something. He had swept into town with his reputation for efficiency, and for achieving results. And the refineries, fuel supply, electricity supply, responded to the new sheriff. May things continue to get better till the change becomes enduring and irreversible. Amen somebody!

Another imperceptible but momentous achievement is the faith that Nigerians now have in their leader. Yes, the opposition numbers in millions, and naturally so. A political party had held power at the centre for 16 years, and its loyalists would not simply disappear, or get converted overnight. About 12 million Nigerians had voted for the presidential candidate of that party in the March 2015 general elections. Would they just cross over to the winning side? It often takes awhile. But despite all that, a great deal of Nigerians, a vast majority, believe in the new sheriff. And that is great achievement. A big deal. When the citizenry believe in their leader, and almost can swear by him, it is no mean feat. The NOI polls, in a survey in July, revealed that over 70% of Nigerians were happy with the Buhari administration. And I can bet that the percentage would rise, as the months and years roll by. Faith in leadership is something that does not come cheap.

And this one! Even our foreign reserve knows that a new sheriff is in town, and has responded appropriately. In June, just one month into office, and with the plugging of some leakages and loopholes, foreign reserve surged from $29 billion to $31.89. Holy Moses! Just in one month. Well, that is what a new sheriff can do. He brings sanity, confidence and probity to the system. And you would agree that Nigeria needs such shot in the arm, if we consider recent past experiences, when our treasury was like a bag filled with holes.

An evidence of the believability of the new sheriff, and the confidence reposed in him, is the disclosure that came this week from Ambassador Godknows Igali, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Power. He said since Buhari came to office, not a single sabotage of the power infrastructure has been recorded, and it is one of the reasons that electricity supply keeps improving. But did Buhari line up soldiers across the power infrastructure? Did he hire a combination of OPC, Egbesu, MASSOB, MEND and Arewa youths to keep vigil? No. Just believability. Those who are so angry with the country, and would go to any extent to sabotage development, have decided to give the sheriff a chance. They have heard of his reputation. A man that believes in fairness and justice. He would do right to all parts of the country.

Can you imagine the respect our sheriff commands on the international scene, and how it redounds to the glory of the average Nigerian? American President, Barack Obama said Buhari came onto his job with reputation of integrity and a clearcut agenda. Ambassador Johnny Carson, also during the U.S trip in July, said the Nigerian President was a man of honour and integrity. Everywhere he goes, the Nigerian President is lauded and garlanded for his virtues. And the image of the country is burnished and repositioned in the process. Surely, greater days are ahead.

Some people say the sheriff did not hit the ground running, as he is yet to constitute his cabinet in 100 days. And I usually ask such people: when you hit the ground, and you land in mud, how do you begin to run immediately? You can only sink deeper, if you attempt to run. The thing to do is to first clear the mud, till you get to terra firma, and then you can begin to run.

President Buhari has spent time trying to clean the Augean stable he inherited. And he is succeeding. Sheriffs can either come in with guns blazing, shooting malefactors to kingdom come, or simply stamp their authority on the situation by sheer force of personality and presence. The Nigerian sheriff seems to have opted for the second option for now. But we should never forget that sheriffs are licensed to shoot. And those shots can be lethal for lawbreakers. In a matter of months, you can ask those who had bled our treasury to the point of death. They'll have stories to tell.

Adesina is Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari

Former Governor Amaechi says he can't be probed

Former Governor of Rivers State, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, says no anti-corruption agency in the country can probe him. He made this statement due to reports that Amechi along with some Gov were being probed by the Independent Corrupt Practices and related offences Commission, ICPC.

However, Chief Tony Okocha, a former aide to Amaechi, said that the former governor was not afraid of ICPC or the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission as long as the probe was not a witch-hunt.
Okocha, however, recalled that the ICPC and the EFCC had not vacated a court order stopping any of them from investigating any Rivers Government official and as such could not probe him.
He stated:
"I have always said that Amaechi is not afraid of the EFCC or the ICPC as long as such probe is not a witch-hunt. Again, there is a court order that the EFCC or other agency like it cannot probe any government official in the state. Wike is a beneficiary of that court order.
"Until that court order is vacated, the ICPC or the EFCC have no right to investigate Amaechi. Since what they are going to investigate is his (Amaechi's) activities while in government, the EFCC and the ICPC do not have such right to do so based on the standing court order."
Source: Punch

Angela Okorie, Husband And Son Shine In New Photos

Angela shares some beautiful photos of her family, so adorable. 


Chris Okotie fires back at Emeka Ike, says Your claims are totally baseless '

Pastor Chris Okotie preachesPastor Chris Okotie has reacted to Emeka Ike’s outburst that he was responsible for his marital crisis, disclosing that he has nothing to do with the actor’s wife.
DAILY POST recalls that Suzanne, Emeka’s wife, has been in court, pushing for the dissolution of their marriage and the play-boy actor on the other hand, had been on an apologetic end, for reconciliation.
On Thursday, the Nollywood actor-cum-producer had accused the general overseer of Household of God Church, as being the architect behind the ongoing crisis in his 12-year-old marriage.
Emeka in an official press statement on Thursday, disclosed that the
pastor absolved his wife into his church without his consent and all
efforts to get in touch with him had been abortive.
He further alleged that Okotie hired a lawyer on his wife’s behalf to
speed up their divorce, noting that it was totally unreasonable for
one’s pastor to be involved in destruction of something he should try
to mend.
Reacting to this through a media advisor in a telephone chat, Okotie
quizzically told Ike that his claims were so baseless that he could
not justify them in a simple comment.
“There is nothing to what he is saying. It is total rubbish. What is
he saying? Why would a pastor be interested in his domestic issue?
Will he say he wants to marry the woman?What kind of man will lay such claims on the internet? Why is it that
anytime any of them have issues, they always want to drag Okotie in?
“Responding to the outburst will only make this guy feel important.
Well, this pastor can’t dignify him with any,” Okotie added.
Daily Post. 

Kyeiwaa divorces husband less than a week after marriage

Kyeiwaa (second from right) got married to Daniel Osei over the weekend 
Ghanaian actress Rose Mensah, popularly known as Kyeiwaa, has divorced her husband Daniel Osei, less than four days after the glamorous event.
 The Kumasi-based Spare Parts dealer tied the knot with the famous Kumawood actress last weekend in Kumasi, the Ashanti regional capital.Twenty-four hours after the wedding, it emerged that Mr. Osei was a married man with kids. Wife of Mr. Osei later revealed that her husband claimed that his marriage to Kyeiwaa was just a movie and nothing serious.

It has also emerged that Osei rented a crowd for Sunday’s ceremony.

Kyeiwaa, however, has confirmed to Kasapa FM that she is done with Osei, whose attempt to cheat on two women, has failed dramatically.

A number of Kumawood actors on Thursday accompanied Kyeiwaa to Osei’s residence to seek for divorce.

Source: Ghana/Starrfmonline

Poor guys! 46 Year Old Banker Finds Out His Wife’s Been Cheating For 10 Years. Then Posts This On Facebook.

For some of us there seems to be this double evil twin inside of us..whispering thoughts of “Should’a Could’a Would’a.” Not so often do we go with what our heart and gut say allowing our minds to control our day-to-day decisions, while pouring more and more excuses of why our ‘rational’ choices are the right one. There are times in our lives when we stop and smell the roses realizing how important the little things are in life. We pause and think of all our unfulfilled dreams and childish wishes that still linger within us till this very age.

Read the enlightening message below:

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When this man’s wife came clean and broke the news of her infidelity he shared his thoughts on Facebook which later lead to the heart-felt post going viral; his epiphany and advice to all hard working husbands and fathers out there speaks wisdom and pain.
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Buhari and Osinbajo Declare their assets, displayed below.

Above is the list of assets President Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo had before May 29th.

Mexican man with 19-inch eggplant shows off his private part (photo)

A 52-year-old Mexican man named Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, became famous in some parts after claiming he has a 19-inch penis. He says it is making his life miserable, The Huffington Post reports. 
"Cabrera of Saltillo told Mexican newspaper Vanguardia that he would like to be considered disabled because the member leaves him unable to work, forcing him to live on assistance and scavenge for food."
His social life is dismal as well, he says. Women are too scared to be with him, according to the newspaper. Esquivel's penis is reportedly 48.2 centimeters (nearly 19 inches) long and the tip's circumference is 25 centimeters (nearly 10 inches). 

According to TMZ, the 52-year-old Mexican citizen has been approached by Vivid Entertainment in an attempt to negotiate a deal for a sex tape but it's complicated by language barrier, expectations of money and basic anatomy challenges.

WOW !!! Blac Chyna poses nude for Richardson magazine (photos)

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