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Nigerian Woman Sacked After Giving Birth To Triplets Gets N100K Donation From BaNI, Build A Nation Initiative

     Tweet     A woman sacked by her employer for giving birth to triplets last year has received cash donation from  Build-a-Nation Initiative, BaNI. The cash of N100,000 was presented to  Mr & Mrs Ifeanyi Amadi at the head office of Vanguard  in Lagos. BaNI Founder/Convener  Mr. Emmanuel Ehiemua, said the donation was to assist the family meet up with some of the basic needs of the children. Ehiemua who described Mr and Mrs Amadi as parents who would have loved to fend for their own, regretted that the couple had been denied the dignity of financial independence due to job losses. According to him;  “This situation is metaphoric of a nation where millions of people daily lie victim to unfavourable circumstances of unemployed, unplanned births, malnutrition, poor health care delivery ...

Zambian Woman Divorces Sex Addict Husband, Says He Lasts In Bed For 7 Hours

     Tweet   A woman has dragged her husband to court in Zambia over his insatiable demand for sex. According to local media reports in Zambia, the woman says love making has become a burden as her husband is fond of using sex enhancement drugs that make him lasts for seven hours. The woman said she no longer enjoy sex because apart from being left bruised, her husband demands sex every time and will not allow her to arrest. Here is what she said in a court in Zambia during their divorce proceedings: “When we start making love at 23:00 hours, he will only break off at around 03:00hours to drink water then resume until 07:00 in the morning when he has to start preparing for work. Sometimes, he won’t stop even when our children have woken up since we sleep in the same room”. Related Posts

ECOWAS: Nigeria records lowest female representation in W/A politics

By Victoria Ojeme ABUJA- President, ECOWAS Female Parliamentarians Association (ECOFEPA).Senator Stella Oduah has said that Nigeria has the lowest female representation in elective positions in West Africa. Stella Oduah Senator Oduah, made this known at the association’s general conference and the launch of the ECOWAS Gender and Election Strategic Framework. A framework targeted at mainstreaming gender in politics across all 15-member states of the sub-region. Speaking at the event, Senator Oduah called attention to the dwindling number of women’s participation in politics to 7 per cent since the 2015 elections. She said, women have only 6.1 per cent representation in State Houses of Assembly, 3.9 per cent in the House of Representatives, 7.34 per cent in the Senate an...

Woman Divorces Husband Over Unsettled N100K Debt

     Tweet   A housewife today urged a Sharia Court in Minna to dissolved her seven-year-old marriage over husband’s indebtedness to her. NAN reports that Fatima had approached the court seeking the dissolution of her marriage to Ibrahim Mohammed over unsettled debt of N100, 000. She said her husband borrowed the money immediately they got married and had since not paid. She also accused her husband of not performing his duty of feeding her, the children and taking care of other needs. Mohammed denied the allegations, but said he too was no longer interested in the marriage. He, however, did not object to the wife’s request for a divorce. He accused his wife of not taking good care of his children as well as starving him of sex. In his ruling, the judge, Mr. Ahmed Bima, adjourned the case ...

APC congress: Woman, 10 others shot in Cross River

By Emma Una CALABAR—A  woman returning from farm and 10 others  have been reportedly shot in Ugep, headquarters of Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State on Wednesday during the rescheduled local government congress of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the area. APC congress: Woman, 10 others shot in Cross River Factions loyal to Pastor Usani Usani, the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs and Mr Clement Ebri, the former governor of the state, who are both from the  area, engaged each other in  a fierce gun battle. An indigene of the area, who did not want his name in print, said: “The two sides were arguing over the delegates list. This  degenerated  into a confrontation and subsequently a gun battle. Many people were shot and a woman who was returning from...

Pastor Stabbed With Broken Bottle During Fight With Woman In Ile Ife Osun State

     Tweet   Pastor Stabbed With Broken Bottle During Fight With Woman In Ile Ife Osun State A woman identified as Esther Olawale today appeared in court for allegedly stabbing a Pastor with a broken bottle. The 39-year-old accused reportedly committed the offence on the 6th of May 2018 at 11 Moremi Line 10 in Ile Ife Osun state. The victim, Pastor Kayode Oluwawemimo sustained injuries to his left hand and the back during a disagreement that turned violent. The accused was granted bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in the like sum. She is to return to court on the 18th of June for hearing. Related Posts

Family Cries Out As Pathologists Abandon Corpse Of Woman At ESUTH Mortuary For 3 Years

     Tweet   Akpaka family members of Nimo Anambra State have expressed worry over the controversy surrounding the death of their only sister, Mrs. Rita Ugwuegbulam, who died on May 22, 2015 at the age of 50 years. To date, the body of the late Mrs. Ugwuegbulam is still lying at the hospital mortuary in Enugu In an emotion-laden statement in Awka, the family alleged that the corrupt system in the country contributed to the ordeal it was passing through in the hands of security operatives, pathologists at the Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, officials of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria and Mr. Ray Ugwuegbulam, the husband of the late Mrs. Rita Ugwuegbulam. Mr. Mike Akpaka, the representative of the family, alongside his bother and another relation, sobbed intermittently a...

Project Alert: International Women’s Day

Project Alert, in partnership with Motherhood-in-style magazine amongst others while celebrating the 2018 International Women’s Day has urged survivors of domestic violence to stand tall and break the silence of domestic violence. Barrister Benjamin Odeh, Acting Executive Director, Project Alert, states  “ Like we all know, activities have commenced to commemorate the International Women’s Day. The theme for this year is “ Press for progress”. And this simply means what is the way forward. We have had enough of talking the talk; we now have to walk the talk. What have we done, or what are we doing to redress issues that have to do with the rights of women. Are we keeping silent or breaking the silence?” Odeh while speaking to victims of domestic violence further states...

ILT makes case for women, children

By Ebun Sessou A non-governmental organisation, Inclusive Lagos Team, ILT, has indicated its determination to throw its weight behind the Governor Akinwumi Ambode administration in Lagos to bring democratic dividends to all, regardless of sex, age and class in the society. It added that the government should give priority to women and children, considering their importance in society. Speaking at a Press conference which was held in Lagos, the Convener, Inclusive Lagos and a Board member, Lagos State Office for Disability Affairs, LASODA, Dr. Adebukola Adebayo said the group is ready to support the governor’s re-election in 2019 to complete the work he is doing in the commercial city. Adebayo stated that Governor Ambode has brought about extraordinary progress to all a...

SEX ROBOTS: When men prefer plastics to real women

By Josephine Agbonkhese & Naomi Tenebe Robots, once only a staple of science fiction, have begun receiving a lot of real-world attention. In the West in recent years, they’ve begun building houses, cleaning houses and making foods. Lately, manufacturers have upped their ante with the creation of female special versions for sexual pleasure only. Sex robot The result is that sexually “functioning” robots are the rave of the moment and are now available to buy and try anywhere in the world—including here in Nigeria. They are becoming big business and manufacturers are now claiming their products are so realistic people are actually marrying them. The robots are also becoming more sophisticated – and life-like – by the day and a growing number of men are taking the cha...

Is Meghan Markle the first black royal?

By Sinmisola Sode Meghan Markle, American actress and humanitarian born on August 4, 1981 to Thomas Markle, a Caucasian and Doria Ragland, an African-American, had a relationship with actor and producer, Trevor Engelson in 2004 after which  they got married on September 10, 2011 and divorced in August 2013. Since June 2016, she has been in a relationship with Prince Harry,  who is fifth in line to the British throne. Prince Harry and Markle met on a blind date that a mutual friend set up. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle The press began to report the relationship in October 2016. On November 8, 2016, the  British royal family’s communications secretary released an official statement that addressed the “wave of abuse and harassment” directed toward Markle. The statement s...

Queen honours Nigerian, Itoro-Eze-Anaba, with Commonwealth Point of Light award

By Soni Daniel, Abuja A Nigerian woman, who uses her non-governmental organisation to take care of rape victims and open the eyes of others to the evil, has been recgonised and honoured by the Queen of England, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Itoro-Eze-Anaba A statement by the Media Officer of the British High Commission in Nigeria, Mr. Joseph Abuku, said that the award is to be formally presented today to Itoro, who is the wife of the Editor of Vanguard Newspaper, Eze Anaba, at a colourful ceremony being hosted by the British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Paul Arkwright, in Abuja.Itoro Eze-Anaba, who founded Nigeria’s first sexual assault referral centre in 2013 and since then has helped over 3,100 victims of rape. ‘The Mirabel Centre’ has established itself as a key ...

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