OlUwaropo Tifase accused of killing 75-year-old father, Moses, castrates self

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OlUwaropo Tifase, the university dropout who was accused of killing his 75-year-old father, Moses, in the Jakande Estate, Mile 2 area of Lagos State, has removed his testicles while in the custody of the police.

Twenty-two-year-old Oluwaropo, during a chat with our correspondent at the Lagos Island General Hospital, where he was rushed to for treatment, said he acted under the influence of a spirit which possessed him at the time.

Our correspondent had reported on December 30, 2014 that the Imesi Ile, Osun State indigene, was rusticated from a university in Ondo State, a few years back, for engaging in cult-related activities.

He was alleged to have sneaked into his father’s bedroom and stabbed him with a pair of scissors in the neck.

Neighbours, who first discovered the deceased in a pool of blood, were said to have alerted the police at the FESTAC division.

The whole family was said to have been rounded up for questioning and after some preliminary investigations, Oluwaropo was detained while the others were released.

PUNCH Metro reported that his mother, 65-year-old Funmilayo, told the police that the suspect once manhandled her during an argument.

It was said that he was the last child and only son of the five children of the victim.

Our correspondent learnt that the case was later transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Yaba, where the suspect was kept in custody.

However, he was said to have used the tiles of the cell to remove his two testicules.

The police at the SCID were said to have rushed him to the Lagos Island General Hospital on Tuesday when the incident happened.

When our correspondent visited him in the ward where he was receiving treatment, it was observed that he walked with his legs apart.

It was learnt that the doctors at the hospital “stitched” the affected area.

After exchanging pleasantries with our correspondent, Oluwaropo said he could not explain the reason for his action.

He said, “I got frustrated with my life while in the cell because I was alone and was abandoned there. I didn’t see outside of the cell for a long time.

“A spirit entered into me and said I should do it. So I castrated myself. I removed the two testicles myself.”

Asked if he didn’t feel pains while removing the testicles, he replied, “I did.”

It was learnt that Oluwaropo was 17 years old when he was sent out of school for cultism in 400 Level.

Our correspondent asked him if he was a cultist, and why he was rusticated from school.

He said, “I am not a cultist and I didn’t kill my dad. It is my mother that keeps telling people that I am a cultist.

“I studied industrial design in school, but I didn’t like the course, so I voluntarily dropped out of school because I discovered my love ─ computer. I love programming, so, I decided to leave school on my own and pursue my love.”

The Police Public Relations Officer, Kenneth Nwosu, confirmed the incident.

He said, “Yes it happened. He broke the tiles in the cell toilet and used them to cut his testicles. As we speak, he is in the hospital undergoing treatment.”

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Ogboni leader, Oba Olaitan, explodes, why members will make heaven

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Ogboni, as a group, means different things to different people. News Editor, Ajibola Abayomi, was the guest of President General of Ogboni Aborigine, the first indigenous religious body to be registered in Nigeria, Oba Ogboni Agbaye, Yusuf Akanbi Olaitan, during the first meeting of the Supreme Council of Ogboni in 2015 at his palace in Ajagbandi, Lagos State, where he took on the monarch on several myths surrounding the Ogboni faith

Many people are of the opinion that Ogboni is a secret cult; can you clear the air on this?

Please don’t make that mistake; we are not cultists or secret societies. From time immemorial, Ogboni has been part of Yoruba culture. Before the advent of colonialism, Ogboni chieftains were the intermediaries between the people and the ruling class. They are in charge of the justice system, policing and the military.

You said Ogboni is not a secret cult, what does Ogboni stand for; is it a religion and what form of faith do you practise? In fact, they are in charge of everything because they install monarchs in Yorubaland. The group is pure and honest. To date, no religion or faith is better than Ogboni. If anything goes wrong, Ogboni members would be contacted in the olden days. Things would be sorted out and justice would be affirmed. In those days, our forefathers used kola nut, alligator pepper and bitter kola to communicate with God and the truth would be revealed concerning circumstances that required intervention. It was the wicked white people that indoctrinated and polluted the minds of our people with Christianity and Islam through the Bible and the Quran that made us lose sight of the power the Almighty endowed our culture and tradition with. Today, public office holders use the Bible and Quran to take oaths, yet billions of naira are disappearing from the treasury. In those days, our elders know what to give to the god of iron or thunder and whoever stole anything would be exposed with repercussions. Now, government use anti-graft agencies, police, military and the court to fight corruption yet there is no headway. If they consult the god of iron or other deities, things will be different. No money will be stolen at all. We have to bear all terrible allegations against us with humility because we are the forbearers of other religions.

Before Christianity and Islam were imported here, our forefathers had their own religion. As Ogboni, we worship and adore the land, which is the mother earth. Both the Bible and Quran attested to the fact that all human beings were raised from the dust and to the dust we shall be committed one day. Our belief is that whoever adores the land and worships it will be prosperous. Houses are built on the land, and aeroplane, no matter the height it flies land on the ground.

When you worship or appease mother earth, how does it communicate with you?

Yes, the land speaks to us through the local gin, kola nut, alligator pepper and bitter kola we use during divination on its surface. That is African science that is learnt anywhere through our cultural values.

We learnt that when an Ogboni member dies, the body is dismembered for rituals, why?

Who told you that? That is the propaganda Christians and Muslims are using to discredit us in order to discourage people from accepting our form of worship. Both religions are not acceptable to God. Ogboni is a creation of the almighty because we worship God in truth and spirit. We have seen and heard churches and mosques razed in the inferno and both the Bible and Quran burnt. Why didn’t God stop the fire because those books were holy books? The truth of the matter is that the human body is the temple of God. That is where the almighty God dwells and not the ordinary building some people call the house of God.

So, what is the source of Ogboni’s power?

The power was derived from God. No one can destroy it.

When and how did God empower Ogboni?

No one can say precisely the year but we grew to be initiated into it. The colonial masters researched into Ogboni and when they could not unravel the myth behind it they named us Ogboni Aborigine. They are the ones who registered us as a group.

You said Ogboni existed from time immemorial, who was the founder?

The late Deji of Akureland, Oba Afunbiowo, was the president-general and Oba Ogboni Agbaye. Please find out from records, that the monarch was one of the oldest kings that ever reigned. He was a direct descendant of Oduduwa, the progenitor of the Yoruba race. One of his associates, Labosinde, who inherited the power after he passed on, took it to Ibadan. Labosinde died many years before I was born. To date, members of his household are kingmakers in Ibadan.

What do people benefit from being members of Ogboni?

There are lots of benefits. Anybody that is a member of Ogboni will be known for honesty because if he does anything contrary to that he gets the repercussion. I have initiated all my children into Ogboni.

We also learnt that for one to be a member of Ogboni, one must submit a part of his body. Is this true?

(Cuts in). That is not true. I challenge anybody to prove that he took an oath with any part of his or her body before initiation. Not only that let anybody prove to the whole world that an Ogboni member, after his or her death, was dismembered. All are lies being peddled by those who have been converted by foreign faiths. To be a member of Ogboni, we only require local wine, kola nut, bitter kola and other things. If you want to be a member, you have to register with us. We are guided by our constitution and the laws of the nation. At least, if you want to be a member of drivers’, tailors’, lawyers’ unions and other professions, they have their constitutions. It is the same thing with us in Ogboni.

You have a Muslim name, why did you abandon Islam?

In those days, all Yoruba people were members of Ogboni. However, nowadays, civilisation has changed many things. Whoever disagrees with me let him or her trace the history of his or her forefathers to prove me wrong or right. My forefathers were Ogboni members. I was given a Muslim name just because Islam was brought to our town. I am from Oore, in Ifelodun Local Government in Kwara State. In fact, from what I found out, my family also heralded Christianity into our town. So in my family, we have Christians, Muslims and traditional worshipers. Ogboni members are naturally powerful people who form a union to protect the interest of members. Our worshipping centre is called Iledi where we meet for important meetings. All political parties in Nigeria adopt the Ogboni style because some caucuses always meet to decide the fate of each party, either through the ballot system or secret meeting. In Ogboni, we always converge to make decisions based on
the agreement that must be kept after taking an oath by appeasing mother earth. Whoever goes against that will face some consequences. God honours agreement. All agreements must be kept in good faith in the interest of justice. That is what we stand for, unlike many politicians who don’t honour agreements because of their selfish interests.

That is why things are not in order. If two ruling houses are contesting a traditional stool in a town, elders will meet and settle things by choosing the right lineage. They will have to prevail on those who will not get it based on justice and assure them through an oath that when it is their turn, they won’t be denied. That is Ogboni for you.

The crisis is not limited to the two religions you mentioned; even among your people, there were factions laying claim to Oba Ogboni up till last year. Why?

I am the only President-General and Aare Oba Ogboni Agbaye. Ogboni is one indivisible body. I am using this medium to appeal to every one of our members to be united. As a king, I am not interested in fighting anyone. In Ogboni, we don’t admit thieves or convicts as members. I am again calling on all our people to be steadfast and united.

What is the relationship between your people and traditional worshippers?

We have a cordial relationship. In those days, traditional worshippers have no particular name because there were many people worshipping different deities.

It is from the pool that they formed Ogboni. Like Yoruba people would say, Isese lagba, meaning traditionalists are the forbearers.

Does that mean you are powerful juju people?

Only God has power. We don’t have any juju of our own. Traditional worshippers are not juju people. They only worship what they believed in. Any root we uproot will die and any snake we touch will dry up. That is natural power from God that is inherent in us.

Sometimes Ogboni attire sends fear into people’s minds, particularly the way you wear beads; what is the significance of all these?

Don’t blame those that are afraid because they may be ignorant of Yoruba culture. Every Yoruba man is entitled to our attire because it evolved from our culture. The beads and our regalia are fashionable. As a Yoruba man, we are fashion doyens because Oduduwa was the first man to design cloth in Africa. When you see an Ogboni member putting on beads in addition to the regalia, it shows that he or she is chief among us. I have told you that we were registered by the colonial masters; the British are the ones that named us Ogboni Aborigine because of countless myths inherent in us. As you can see in our midst, we have several chiefs because we are holding the first meeting of the Supreme Council of Ogboni to offer sacrifice to the gods for the 2015 polls to be fruitful and peaceful. We are concerned about the turn of events as we approach the general elections. Our prayer is that our desired candidate can win.

Are you saying you want Ogboni members to emerge as president or governors?

They don’t have to be Ogboni members. We want somebody that will take care of the poor and needy.

Christians and Muslims believe that there is life after death, what is the fate of Ogboni members after death?

We are the ones going to heaven. Eternal home is for us and not for Christians and Muslims. They are deceiving themselves when they say that someone rested in the lord whenever one of their members dies. I have asked a question, what form of eternal rest are they talking about? They are just lying to themselves. Whoever keeps stamping the surface of the earth with his or her energy is certainly making the soil to be solid and in return, the mother earth will be hard on the fellow.

However, those of us who appease the land, always have peace and blessing in return because mother earth will always be kind to us instead of being harsh. That is why we always match on the soft surface. When a Christian or Muslim dies, they use a digger to dig hard into the land before they are able to carve out a grave for the fellow, but in the case of the Ogboni, the soil is always soft because we worship and take care of mother earth. That shows that we are candidates for heaven. When my father died many years ago, a star dropped from the sky and he was buried at the spot where the star dropped in our yard. Mind you my dad died in another town but he had instructed that whenever he dies, he should be brought home for burial. The star dropped at the exact spot my dad said he should be buried.

Islamic clerics were amazed as to how that could be for someone who was not coming to the mosque for prayers. When his grave was dug in December 1994, the soil was very soft such that immediately after the length of his grave was carved the remaining part of the land became stiff. The Islamic clerics were wondering about what they saw. My dad was an Ogboni member. He had bought the cloth, and perfume and had been saving the money to be used for his burial 10 years before his death.

What are your plans for your members?

I have good plans for Ogboni members. I want them to be more united. I served my predecessor and those who want to succeed me should also serve me.

What positions did you hold before you became Oba Ogboni Agbaye?

I was Oluwo Iledi. I was given the post because it was the title my dad was holding before his death. As a young man, after my dad’s death, I relocated to Lagos but his contemporaries in Ogboni traced me from Kwara State. They insisted that I must continue from where my dad stopped. They came to Lagos and set up Ogboni unit in my house. The rites took three days, after which I began to participate in Ogboni affairs in Lagos State under the late Naibi, the immediate past Oba Ogboni. I became the leader of Ogboni in my local government and later, the governor in charge of Lagos State, a post formerly held by Oba Fayemi before he founded Ogboni Saala. I was made Otun Ogboni Agbaye and, thereafter, I became Otun Olori Oluwo Agbaye before I became Olori Oluwo Agbaye. I became Oba Ogboni last year.

Can your members still practise Islam or Christianity?

Why not? I pray in Islam and Christian ways. I have a Bible and a Quran in my house.

But you don’t believe in these faiths?

When you are in Rome, you behave like Romans. I don’t hate any religion. You can never see us attacking or criticising either Islam or Christianity but whenever they are preaching their sermons they always demonise us out of ignorance. Whoever wants to make heaven must be holy and truthful. Those causing problems for the nation today in the name of Boko Haram, are they, not Muslims? We watch them on television offering Islamic prayers. Can they continue to wound and kill a fellow human being and still make heaven with Holy God? Apart from that, we hear stories about several pastors and the so-called men of God, what they are doing in their churches, deceiving people. How many Ogboni members have been caught doing any evil thing in society? All the rooms in my palace are open, there is no hiding place here or anywhere an Ogboni member lives.

We heard that there are some hidden spiritual things involved after one is initiated into Ogboni

That is a lie. Bring whoever claims that there is any hidden thing in Ogboni before me and let him or her prove it to the whole world. As I said, all these are propaganda from those who want to demonise us.

It was also said that some of your members possess witchcraft powers, how true is that?

Who told you? I ask you, who is a witch? Who can identify a witch? Let the fellow come forward. There is nothing like that in our midst at all. Before you can make a pronouncement and it will come to pass, you must be holy before God will allow that to happen. All human beings are endowed with one power or the other.

At what age can one become Ogboni member?

I have initiated all my children at birth into Ogboni. Some of them are already in the university. They all worship with me.

What is your mode of worship?

We converge at any convenient time daily and pray, using water, kola and bitter kola. Then we say our prayers to the deities.

But you said members worship mother earth, why do you need to pray through deities?

Yes, I said so because whoever worships mother earth towers above anyone or deity. Every deity is worshipped on the surface of the earth. The only secret in Ogboni is our word, which is our trust. It is a burden, whoever is not committed to that is not worth our respect. Take for instance, when you have many candidates vying for a political seat. The leaders of such political parties in that town or city will have to agree on one person as their flag bearer. What I mean is that only one person will emerge the winner at the end of the day. Therefore, the elders involved must unite to ensure that the winner emerges without rancour. That is why you see the outcome of an election going in a particular direction after an agreement must have been reached. That is an Ogboni pattern. We normally meet at a location devoid of distraction that is not open to many people. Whatever agreement is reached must be respected. Politicians meet at night to avoid being distracted to agree on issues. They are practising Ogboni’s way of life.

There are several Ogboni groups with different names, what is the difference?

There are different Ogboni groups like Ogboni Saala, Ogboni Confraternity, Reformed Ogboni Confraternity and others but we are all one. All of them had their roots in Ogboni Aborigine. I want all of them to be united. There are several tribes that are members of Ogboni but non-Yoruba indigenes cannot be the overall head as stated in our constitution and endorsed by the Supreme Council of Ogboni worldwide.

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How my father made me a suicide bomber — 13-yr old Nigerian suspect

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KANO—The ancient city of Kano was thrown into shock yesterday following the confession of a 13 years old suicide bomber arrested by the police at the wake of twin bombblast that rocked the city textile market over how she was conscripted as suicide bomber by his biological father.

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Dog jumps in the air then realises in mid-flight he’s about to land on child

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This is what happens when man’s best friend realises he’s about to come crashing down on a three-year-old girl.

The high spirited pooch called Jack was chasing bubbles in the garden of the family home.

But his spectacular leap goes wrong when he realises in mid-air he’s about to land on Chech.

Jack realises too late what’s about to happen (Picture: YouTube/ItsTheChech)

And right enough he comes crashing down on the girl.

The inevitable sad, but guilty doggie face follows as he flees the scene of destruction

According to the YouTube user who posted the video, the girl Chech is ‘fine’ while Jack ‘apologized’.

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Photos: Meet 8 Nigerian Men Who Have Openly Declared Being Gay

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They have openly declared they are gay and proud of their status. Most of them also want the anti-gay law in Nigeria lifted. The good news is that they are safe where they are because they do not live in Nigeria. It will be recalled that Kehinde Brandmuse is the latest of them all who only declared his status yesterday on his Facebook page. City People took out time to list 8 openly men who have declared they are gay. Find the list and below.

1. BISI ALIMI He is the first Nigerian to openly declare his sexuality as a homosexual on National Television as a guest on the defunct New Dawn With Funmi Iyanda(NTA) program in 2004.
                                  

2. KEHINDE BADEMOSI
The advertising guru behind Orange Academy came out as gay on 8th January 2015. He was married to a woman who knew for 6 years that he’s gay.
                                  

3. REVEREND JIDE MACAULAY
He is Nigeria’s first openly gay preacher and the founder of House of Rainbow Fellowship, a secret gay church in Lagos. He later relocated abroad after a major newspaper did a story on his homosexual church and he started to get threats. He’s still running his gay church in the UK and has been speaking out publicly against the recently passed anti-gay law in Nigeria.
                              

4. CHIKA NWAFOR-SCHWARTZ
He married his gay lover in 2010, and since then, they have been living together in Germany.

5. JOHN AMAECHI
Born in Boston, USA, in 1970. John Uzoma Ekwugha Amaechi is product of a Nigerian father and his English Mother. In February 2007, Amaechi spoke about his Homosexuality on ESPN’s Outside the Lines program. He is the first NBA player to speak openly about being gay.    
                       

6. DR. OTIBHO OBIANWU
Another openly gay Nigerian, he was the spokesman of the Nigerian Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual and Inter-sex living in diaspora at a rally in Abuja when the bill prohibiting same sex marriage was passed by the senate House.

7. JOHN ADENIYI
He spoke up against the government in respect to the anti-gay bill been passed as he highlighted that passing of such bill would only encourage heterosexual marriage as well as prevent homosexuals from getting quality medical care. He is another gay activist and an openly gay Nigerian residing in Abuja.
                              

8. JOHN ADEWOYE
John Adewoye is on self-imposed exile on grounds of his sexual orientation and because of the danger of living as an openly gay man in Nigeria. Resident in Nigeria, he came out to family and friends in July 2003 .
 

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Protect Yourself from Identity Theft After Returning from Christmas Holiday Travel

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With the holiday season done and dusted, many people have finalised their shopping and swiped their cards at various POS and ATM machines after visiting family and friends for the Christmas celebrations. This is a peak period for hackers and thieves to prey on unsuspecting travelers. Vigilance is the key to protecting yourself from identity theft.

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Photos: The World’s Tallest and Shortest Men Meet

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The world's tallest man, Turkey's Sultan Kosen, who stands 2.51 metres (eight feet, nine inches) tall, today came face to face ” well, face to shin ” with the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi from Nepal, who measures just 55 centimetres (21 and a half inches).

The little and large act met as people across the globe tried to break all manner of weird and wacky world records, including banging heads, catching spears and throwing thongs.

Kosen, a 31-year-old farmer, stooped down to shake hands with 74-year-old Dangi opposite the Houses of Parliament in London. He told AFP that meeting Chandra was œamazing, although he admitted bending the long, long way down for photographs was difficult.

œI was very interested how tall he was going to be, about how far up my legs he would go, and of course once I saw him I realised how tiny he was. I do have problems with my
knees so if I stand too long I do get tired. Even though he is short and I am tall, we have had similar struggles throughout our lives and when I look into Chandra's eyes I can see he is a good man.

 

As well as being the tallest man, Kosen's hands are the biggest in the world ” an impressive 28.5 centimetres (11.22 inches) from the wrist to the tip of his middle finger.

Meanwhile Dangi, a primordial dwarf who makes placemats and head straps for villagers carrying heavy loads, is the shortest adult ever certified by Guinness World Records. He told AFP:

œI was very pleased to see the tallest man in the world, I was curious to meet my extreme opposite. I'm so pleased to be a Guinness record holder. Thanks to this I have visited many countries and met many people. I really love it.

The two men met today to celebrate the 10th annual Guinness World Records Day.

 

source: AFP

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The unbiased truth about cheating

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The issue of cheating on a loved one is at its peak, hurting people is just criminal and kills them slowly, this time of the year is usually what I call cheating time because, one we are in a season of showoff all you have accomplished for the year, be you married, single or what ever class you belong.

    The truth is that everyone must blame someone for the wrongs happening to them, but are we really looking at the right source? I would try and break it down as much as I can. The first gender I wanna tackle is the male gender, single and married.

    The truth about cheating is that is a habit, and everyone knows habits are things you have done often over a long time, as a young single man, you found pleasure in going in and out of relationships because getting out was a cool way of avoiding the problems you encountered in your relationship, this ultimately meant you also kept sleeping with different women and hence you already picked up a habit, unknowingly!

Soon you began to do two or more relationships at once, instead of learning how to groom a relationship and cherish it, you schooled yourself on finding joy in screwing different women, soon you grew into a man who wanted a wife and kids which ultimately meant you wanted a home, but you have never succeeded in being with one woman or surviving hard times in a relationship, you didn't learn how effective communication could fix issues before they become serious problems, your way of getting over issues was being with someone else.

    Getting married doesn't automatically change your habits. You should mould your character before Marriage. Now you are married, with a wife and kids, of course you have been cheating on her the minute she got pregnant or as soon she started to have stretch marks and added weight, she can't do all she used to do to rock your bed, because your focus as always been on sex, you no longer see any reason to communicate with her and tell her what u fink, BOTH OF YOU, can do to better your sex life.

You will rather resort to your usual way of doing things, "get on the next available flight leading to no where"

    Your problem dear married randy men isn't your wife, your problem has been you, you have lacked character from a young age, you never had time to know what was required of you in a relationship, there is a thousand things to learn in a relationship, that's why you are allowed to date before you get married, you don't learn communication by jumping around, you don't learn how to be satisfied with what you have by not adding value to it, you don't learn to adapt to the changes that comes with what you have, if you never really spend time understanding how to adapt to the changes and maximize it, if you never been through a good change before, how do you find strength in going through a new one?

Forget the single girl out there, you made a vow to your wife! Fear God, be a man and keep it. if you are in a relationship, stay there! Make it work, learn, grow, don't jump around looking for the easy way out, because you will discover that over time you have not grown in intra-personal relationships. so when you get married tomorrow when your wife no longer has all the energy for your always eager manhood, you would give her your company rather than your absence, because the reason she lost her shape, her firm breast, the reason she is no longer as good as she used to be is all because of YOU.

    Secondly young men you must strive to fear God, no one likes to hear this part, there is a popular saying, it is hard to change from what you are used to doing, thou shall not commit fornication! It sounds difficult and silly but check out the adverse effect it would have on your tomorrow! If the woman you will get married to tomorrow is your first sexual encounter how would u then learn cheating at old age? How would you know that if your wife who is no longer a little girl who has sex with you all the time just to keep you, doesn't have such time anymore because she now has ALOT to take care of, that when she doesn't give it to you, there is a lazy girl out there waiting for a few thousands in exchange for her pride?

Men and young boys we seriously need to work on our character and relationship with God. We make women fight and hate themselves, because we are a not grown character wise, we make it look like these women are not good enough! You enjoy watching them fight over you? It isn't because you are special its because they don't really know who you are and what they should want!
Fornication creates the habit of always wanting sex, sex creates the urge to always want to blind give so as to avoid any resistance from the woman, that habit gives birth to not having enough….that habit has given birth to who you are now! A RANDY SERIAL CHEATING GROWN KID!

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15 Things Nigerians In Diaspora Miss while Living Abroad

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There is no doubt that living abroad is one of the desires of most Nigerians, it is one of the most unforgettable and incredible experiences that anyone will love to partake in.

However, there are quite a few things that you may miss outside Nigeria. Yes, you may have taken these things for granted, wait till you have spent few months abroad, by then, the excitement and fun of the new city must have worn off. This is when you may start missing the some things about Nigeria and you’ll shockingly be longing for them.


Here are 15 things Nigerians miss while living abroad:

 

1.Visitation from friends, neighbours and families

 

There is nothing as unique as the visits we get from our friends and neighbours in Nigeria, especially from our families in the village or our home town. During these visits, food is served and stories are shared. It is one experience that brings oneness and bond between people. Most people living abroad do not enjoy this luxury and they miss home badly when they are lying alone in their apartments.

2. Free car parks

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You don’t need to worry about traffic tickets when you are in Nigeria. There is no police ticket for you when you default in your parking space, it is either you are called out to re-park your car or warned. When you park wrongly abroad, you pay the penalty fee. In Nigeria, you can park an airplane on the street without stress.

3. Street shops

 

You would definitely miss the street shops in Nigeria when you travel abroad. The reason is, these street shops provide you with everything you may need early in the morning or late in the night when the markets are closed. On every street, you will find Aboki with small kiosk selling a variety of household items or a pharmacy store right at the corner of the street.

4. Street Jamz

You must have realized that most developed countries are noise free, sometimes; you can feel a pin drop because making a noise is regarded as an offence. Come to Nigeria and experience something that will blow your mind, the jamz that comes from different shops can be exciting because it is one avenue where you can know the hottest tracks in the music industry without surfing the internet.

5. The TV shows

 

Nigerian TV soaps and reality shows are like no other, you can’t compare them with American or British TV shows because they are have been uniquely produced. Some of the TV soaps have good story and once you start viewing them, you will get hooked. Most Nigerians living abroad miss these shows because they tell a lot about our lifestyles and how to tackle most problems we encounter in our daily lives.

6. Lagos bus conductors

Photo Source: Bankole Oluwafemi on Flickr

Even though, bus conductors in Lagos can be annoying, you can’t but miss the way they behave especially when they have a disagreement with someone in the bus. It’s always an interesting and memorable scenario.

7. Speaking daily vernacular – Pidgin English

Pidgin English makes communication very easy among Nigerians. Nigerians living abroad miss speaking their favourite slangs such as ‘How far?’, ‘Wetin dey happen?’, ‘How you dey?’.

8. Owambe Parties

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Nigerian parties are famous for some reasons – the fashionable clothes, foods, friends and families. They are the only massive weekend parties in the world and also the grooviest. Owambe party is a norm in Nigeria and if you like it or not, you will find yourself in one, celebrating with friends and families, dancing, eating and drinking with them. After all, a great celebration reveals itself wherever there is food, music and of course, Nigerians.

9. Market haggling

 

You may never know what you have until you have travelled abroad and discovered how difficult it is to bargain on some items because they come with price tags. In Nigeria, everything is very affordable and you can easily buy things without price tags. You have the freedom of down pricing every product with the sellers which is what you may never experience in malls and supermarkets abroad.

10. People who do everything for you

You can not get free labour outside Africa which is one thing you would definitely miss. There are a lot of relatives, friends and neighbours who would love to wash for you, cook and clean for you without asking for anything.

11. Affordable housing

 

Life in Nigeria may not be so rosy when compared to the life outside the shores of Africa, but when you calculate how much you are spending abroad and what half of that money can fetch for you in Nigerian housing, you would love to jump the next air plane to live in Nigeria again.

12. Cool weather

The weather condition in Nigeria is beautiful. There is no need to worry about snow, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes. The sun may be scorching but it is better than the fear of unfriendly weather conditions outside the country.

13. Nigerian hospitality

The Nigerian police may not be your friend but the people in Nigeria are always out to help you in one way or the other. Nigerians don’t mind their business when things happen and this is what makes them unique. We bet you would miss this hospitality if you’ve ever experienced it once in Nigeria.

14. Street foods

 

Many times we have heard people say that they can also get Nigerian foods abroad especially in London but we’re sure it can never be like it is back home. Nigerian foods found in London are either overpriced or packaged to make it look like it is ‘made in London’. Naija street foods have a unique flavour that you can’t find anywhere. For instance: Akara has a local taste that you won’t trade for anything, its delicious and smells good.

15. Daily Lagos Scenes

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There is nothing as interesting as Lagos city’s daily scenes. It’s been said that, “If you can live in Lagos, you can live in any city in the world”.

 People living abroad miss the daily scenes of Lagos – the traffic jams, the street vendors, Lagos transport hustles, Agbero shouting destination names – “Oshodi Oshodi’, the odd feeling they get when people push past them without saying sorry, the fights, street dance performances and many more.

There is no place like home. What do you miss most about Nigeria? Share with us in the comment below:

Source: TravelStart

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Anthony-Claret is a software Engineer, entrepreneur and the founder of Codewit INC. Mr. Claret publishes and manages the content on Codewit Word News website and associated websites. He's a writer, IT Expert, great administrator, technology enthusiast, social media lover and all around digital guy.
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10 Strangest Creatures We Bet You Didn’t Know Existed (PHOTOS)

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wonders of creation. We you the photos of 10 strangest creatures, thanks to the courageous and passionate explorers who dig deep to bring us these awe inspiring photos.
Be warned that some of the photos could be scare or unsettling.

#10 THE BLUE PARROT FISH

Not only is it hard to believe that the blue parrot fish exists due to its lively appearance and color, but 
it’s also hard to believe that people eat it and it’s even considered a delicacy in some countries. 
The amazing bright color of this strange creature really makes it stand out and the name makes 
you wonder where it originated from.

#9 THE BUSH VIPER

This snake has a truly strange appearance. It allows itself to blend into its surroundings in order to 
disguise itself from predators. A bite from the bush viper snake can be deadly to humans, so this 
isn’t a snake that you would want to keep as a pet.

#8 GIANT ISOPOD

This creature truly is what nightmares are made of. Looking like a giant woodlouse, this isopod lives 
deep in the sea and is thought to be one of the largest isopods in existence. The giant isopod surely
has earned its name as one of the strangest creatures.

#7 GLAUCUS ATLANTICUS

This amazingly brightly colored creature surely is stunning to look at. Being a species of the blue sea 
slug, what it lacks in size makes up for in appearance. It is such a strange creature that you wouldn’t
even know it really existed.

#6 AXOLOTL

The Axolotl is a strange yet adorable creature to look at, with what looks like a permanent smile on their face. With hair/ feather like strands around their face, they are commonly used in scientific research due to 
their ability to regenerate body parts such as limbs.

#5 THE PYGMY MARMOSET

 
Being the smallest monkey and one of the smallest primates in the world, the Pygmy Marmoset 
monkey is possibly one of the cutest, yet strangest, creatures at the same time. With a diet of fruit
 and insects, these monkeys can be hard to observe in the wild due to being so small.

#4 YETI CRAB

An ordinary crab isn’t the most normal looking creature as it is, so the breed, that is the yeti crab,
 truly is one of the strangest creatures you could come across. Its fury like pincers and color are
 what makes the appearance of this crab intriguing.

#3 OKAPI

Although from the looks of this animal you would think that it is cross between a Horse and a Zebra, or something along those lines, but not quite. The Okapi is actually closely related to the Giraffe family,
 which is what makes this strange animal interesting.

#2 THORNY DRAGON

Whilst not actually a dragon, but in fact a lizard, this creature surely is strangely amazing. Not only 
because of its magnificent appearance, but also because of its second head. Not a real head, 
but one that disguises itself as one whilst the actual head will be buried to hide from predators.

#1 PSYCHROLUTES MARCIDUS

Commonly known as the blob fish, this incredibly strange creature is one that to look at you would 
never believe truly exists. With a completely strange blob like appearance the gelatinous body just 
floats along just above the sea floor without having to waste any energy on actually swimming.

(Via Teen Digest)

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