Kim Kardashian Considers Removing Uterus

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Kim Kardashian is considering removing her uterus after
the birth of her second child. The reality TV star and
socialite tells the new issue of C Magazine her current
pregnancy may be her last due to health issues she
suffered when North, her baby daughter with husband
Kanye West, was born.
Kardashian experienced placenta accreta, which results
in the placenta attaching itself to the wall of the uterus
rather than getting expelled with the baby. The condition
can lead to severe blood loss, and the star’s doctors are
advising her to take drastic action if there’s a problem
again.
“They think I’ll have placenta accreta again, so if the
placenta grows a little bit deeper than it did last time,
then they are prepared to have my uterus removed,
which is a little scary for me.
“I think we’re just gonna go day by day, see how
overwhelming it is, and see how the delivery goes.”
Kardashian also told the publication that the criticism
she was subjected to as she gained weight while
carrying North changed her whole attitude towards
photographers and the media. In fact she copied
Victoria Beckham’s sullen style and refused to smile for
the cameras.
“It was the worst! I couldn’t help it, and everyone would
say, ‘She can’t stop eating’.
“I delivered at 180 [pounds – 81.65 kg] and they were
like, ‘She’s 210 pounds. She’s getting dumped because
she’s too fat’ and all these ridiculous stories. It really
took a toll after the fact, when I was losing weight. I
gained 50 pounds, and it’s tough to get it off. I was
dedicated, but also, it changed the way I viewed
wanting my picture taken.
“Before I was always smiling, and so into being out and
about. After I had the baby, I was like, ‘These are the
same people that made fun of me, and posted the
stories that were so awful, calling me fat for something
I couldn’t control. I don’t want to smile for them. I don’t
want to be out’.
“Even if I was more confident, I just didn’t feel like being
that girl who was going to be smiling for every photo. It
changed my mood; it changed who I was; it changed
my personality a lot.”

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President Buhari Dissociates Himself From Campaign Promises

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday disowned two
of his campaign documents containing promises on
what he would do in his first 100 days in office.
A statement from his Senior Special Assistant on Media
and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu titled:
“Understanding Buhari in 100 days” pointedly disowned
two campaign documents which he said emanated from
some of party’s “so many centres of public
communication which, for whatever reason, were on the
loose.”
“There is a certain document tagged “One Hundred
Things Buhari Will Do in 100 Days” and the other, “My
Covenant With Nigerians.” Both pamphlets bore the
authorised party logo but as the Director of Media and
Communications in that campaign, I did not fund or
authorise any of those. I can equally bet my last Kobo
that Candidate Buhari did not see or authorise those
publications.
“As a consequence of these publications, expectations
have been raised unreasonably, that as President,
Muhammadu Buhari will wave his hand and all the
problems that the country faces — insecurity, corruption,
unemployment, poor infrastructure would go away.
“But that notwithstanding, President Buhari has given
the job his best shot and the whole country is saying
that we never had it so good. He has re-instituted the
values of hard work and administrative efficiency. The
President says times without number that this country
needs to fix governance and that he won’t tolerate
laziness.
“In the area of economic management, Nigerians are
already seeing things happen that they thought were
not possible in so short a time.
“He didn’t put a Kobo to finance the power sector. Yet,
reading his body language alone and knowing that there
are things you cannot do and get away with under
Buhari, electricity supply all over the country has risen
to unprecedented heights.
“In this country, appointments and removal from office
are done usually in accordance with a spoils system.
“A new government sacks officials on the basis only
that it did not appoint them, but the predecessor-
administration [did].
“President Buhari has shown that his government is
different. He wants to look at each case on its own
merit and it is clear by now that he is not ready to
surrender the country to burnt out politicians.
Technocrats will have a big place in his administration.
He has appointed no ministers yet, but the government
is running smoothly.
“In this period of three months, government certainly
deserves a pat on the back for improved power, reform
in the energy sector, foreign relations, fight against
corruption and insurgency and the fact of Nigerians
being at peace, not only among themselves, but with
their neighbors and the rest of the world,” he declared,
while adding that “President Buhari will turn out to be a
leader in the tradition of Lee Kuan-Yu and India’s
current reform-minded Prime Minister Modi with strong
and clear emphasis on detail and execution. He may
however differ with them by not micro-managing
things.”
Credit:Tribune

38 Virgins Killed In Bus Crash On Their Way To ‘Topless’ Dance Festival For King Of Swaziland

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Dozens of virgin girls and young women were killed as
they traveled to the traditional festival where the King
of Swaziland is know to pick a new bride from
thousands of topless, dancing virgins.
The tragic accident, which happened along the MR3
Highway, Mahhala, involved two trucks, which were
ferrying maidens and a sedan.
According to Times of Swaziland, at least 38 of them
died when the open-topped truck collided with another
vehicle, before being hit by a second truck as it
travelled along a motorway between the Swazi cities of
Mbabane and Manzini on Friday afternoon.
The girls were all taking part in the Swazi Reed Dance
Festival, an annual event which sees tens of thousands
of unmarried girls – or ‘maidens’ – perform for King
Mswati III.
Last year, he plucked a 19-year-old virgin from the
dancing maidens, who became his 14th wife.
According to witnesses, traffic police officers pulled-over
a Toyota van along the highway and that was when the
first truck failed to avoid hitting the car as it smashed
into the Toyota’s rear. This caused the pile up as the
second truck crashed onto the truck which also had the
excited maidens on board.
One of the maidens who survived the accident, in an
interview with the Swazi News, confirmed the account
of some of the witnesses.
“We were about 50 on board the first truck that
smashed into the Toyota van and was crashed from the
rear by the other truck which was driving behind ours,”
Siphelele Sigudla (18) said.
Rights group The Swaziland Solidarity Network (SSN)
has now called on the royal family to reconsider going
ahead with the festival, which sees about 40,000
participating in the eight-day ceremony.
The girls and young women sing and dance, often bare-
breasted, as they bring reeds to reinforce the windbreak
around the royal residence, a government website said.
‘We hope that the families of the deceased girls will hold
the royal family accountable for the deaths of their
children,’ the group said in a statement, as it alleged a
similar incident had been covered up previously.’The
least that the royal family can do at this moment is to
cancel this year’s reed dance.’
But the King has already sent his condolences.
‘We all have heard about the dark cloud that has
befallen the ‘imbali,” he said, using the Swati language
word for flower, used to refer to the groups of women
dancers.
He promised that the affected families would be
compensated.

Man With ‘World’s Longest Manhood” Says Women Are Scared To Sleep With Him | PHOTOs

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A man who claims he has the world’s largest penis
says women are too scared to have sex with him.
Super-endowed Roberto Esquivel Cabrera also claims
his manhood is actually a disability that leaves him
unable to work.Not only that, but the 52-year-old’s
18.9in member is so long that ladies are afraid of it.
The member hangs well below his knees and he wants
his ‘gift’ to be recognised by the Guinness Book of
world Records. Cabrera has approached health services
to support his claim he is disabled.
He said:
“Look where it is, it goes far below the knees.I cannot
do anything, I cannot work, and I am a disabled so I
want authorities to declare me as a disabled person and
give me support.Then, I want to go to the Guinness to
get recognition.”
And doctors at a health centre in the city of Saltillo, in
the north-eastern Mexican state of Coahuila, have
confirmed that “according to the scan” in 3D, it is
genuine.
A doctor there said the main part of his willy was just
over 6 inches long and the rest was extra skin.
Medical experts suggest troubled Cabrera might be able
to opt for a voluntary modification of his anatomy and
have a shaft reduction operation.
He was deported from the USA to Saltillo in 2011 and
lives alone in a room given to him by his brothers.

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He survives on social assistance and scavenges for food
and materials on waste dumps.
He has no friends and wherever he goes he says people
shun him.

4 Reasons Why You Should Resurrect the Gentleman in You

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Remember the days when men would open the car
doors for their lady? Pulling chairs out, holding building
doors open, showing up to her job with flowers, leaving
love notes and just being a genuine gentleman used to
be normal. It was also a standard that most women
required. Today, we don’t see that happening as much.
Women open car doors for themselves now, pull their
own chairs out and ironically (and shamefully) I see
more women holding doors open for men than I do vice
versa. I definitely think that every woman deserves a
gentleman, to say the least. Every man reading this,
including myself, has probably been a gentleman at one
point in his life — but something happened. We got
comfortable. Allowing ourselves to get comfortable,
caused the gentleman in us to die. But the amazing
woman in each of our lives is more than worthy to
have the gentleman in us resurrected. Here’s 4 reasons
why:
1. It makes her feel special.
When you treat your woman as a true gentleman
would, she feels like a queen – and that’s precisely
how she should feel on a daily basis. Think about it like
this: when you go to a general restaurant, say, Denny’s
or Applebee’s, the service you receive probably isn’t
terrible — but it doesn’t make you feel special. But if
you go to a fine dining restaurant, the experience is
totally different. The servers wait on you hand and foot.
They ensure that your drink glass is always full and
they consistently make sure that all of your needs are
being handled. Furthermore, the ambiance is amazing
and the whole experience is something you won’t soon
forget. That’s how your wife should feel on a regular
basis; like she’s being treated as if she’s at a fine
dining restaurant — not Denny’s.
2. She deserves it .
As I’ve already mentioned throughout this post, she
simply deserves to be treated like a gentleman would
treat her. She’s a lady and that’s how ladies are
supposed to be treated. When you think about how
amazing, beautiful and inspiring she is — you won’t
have a hard time realizing why the gentleman in you
needs to be resurrected.
3. It increases the value she see ’ s in
you.
When you treat her like a gentleman, she looks at you
in a positive light. She’ll be more drawn to you and
appreciate you like never before. She’ll feel like she’s
the most blessed woman in the world because she has
a man like you. That’s exactly how you want her to
perceive you! What man wouldn’t?
4. It shows gives your children a
positive model .
Those of us who have children, probably know and
realize that our kids watch us. Being a gentleman to
your wife, will show your son(s) how he needs to treat
his future wife. It will also show your daughter(s) what
type of man to attract and accept in her life. Being a
gentleman isn’t only vital to your marriage, but it’s
vital to the future of your children’s marriage as well.
Give your wife what she deserves and show your
children how a real man is supposed to conduct
himself. Begin to open those doors for her again, pull
those chairs out, bring her flowers and make her feel
special. Resurrect the gentleman in you today.

June 12 : Why Ooni Betrayed MKO Abiola – Oba Sikiru Adetona

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The Ooni of Ife, Oba Okunade Sijuade’s role in the
aftermath of the annulment of the 1993 presidential
election is widely thought to have
been less than noble. In Awujale, the recently released
autobiography of Oba Sikiru Adetona, the Awujale of
Ijebuland, Sijuade’s connivance
with those who annulled the election is brought into
sharp focus His position as the most revered traditional
ruler in Yorubaland has not innoculated Oba Okunade
Sijuade Olubuse 11, the Ooni of Ife,
from public scorn. Since 1993, much of the mystique
around him has been eroded, largely through the
carnage sparked by the controversial
annulment of the 1993 presidential election , aka June
12.
Oba Sijuade came out of the annulment saga with grave
reputation injuries from which he is yet to, and may not,
recover, given the decision of Oba Sikiru Kayode
Adetona, the Awujale of Ijebuland, to re-invite public
attention to Sijuwade’s role in one of the most
grotesque episodes in Yoruba and Nigerian history.
The medium chosen by Oba Adetona is Awujale, his
recently released autobiography, in which the 11th
chapter is dedicated to the annulment and the struggle
for the de-annulment of the election won by the late
Chief M.K.O Abiola.
In Awujale, Adetona presents what can hardly be
described as a worm’s eye view. And in the book, the
Ooni does not come out smelling like roses. As one of
the most prominent Yoruba traditional
rulers, Adetona was regularly invited to meetings with
General Ibrahim Babangida, the military president that
annulled the election and installed an Interim National
Government, ING, headed by Chief Ernest Shonekan.
As the widespread anger provoked by the annulment
and Babangida’s ING contraption raged, the former
military president hoped to limit the damage to his
reputation and that of his
government, appealing to leaders from all the country’s
geo-political zones, especially the South-West, which felt
wounded because of
Abiola.
For one of those meetings in Abuja, writes Adetona in
Awujale, he arrived on a Thursday. The meeting was to
hold the next day. While
in his hotel room on the day of arrival, Adetona called
the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, to say that
there was a need for a meeting
of Yoruba traditional rulers, where they could arrive at a
common position to be presented at the next day’s
meeting with Babangida.
Adeyemi agreed. Adetona then suggested that there was
also a need to inform the Ooni and asked Adeyemi to
accompany him to Sijuwade’s room.
Adeyemi, however, was not keen because of the rivalry,
over superiority, between him and the Ooni. Eventually,
he gave in. The late Oba Adeyinka Oyekan, Oba of
Lagos, was also informed. He
agreed that a meeting was required, but refused to
accompany them to the Ooni’s suite. However, he said
he would support whatever
position the meeting adopted.
In the Ooni’s suite, Adetona and Adeyemi met the Ife
monarch dining with Alhaji Ado Bayero, Emir of Kano.
Another Yoruba monarch, Oba Frederick Aroloye, the
Owa of Idanre, writes Adetona, sat in a corner.
When the two dining monarchs finished their meals, they
went into the Ooni’s room for a discussion, after which
the Ooni came out to
meet Adetona and Adeyemi.
“When we told the Ooni the purpose of our meeting, he
said he had met the Northern Emirs. Their position was
the same as ours. We asked how and he said that they
wanted a fresh meeting to be called of the Council of
State along with us. The Council of State, as enshrined
in the constitution, has powers to advise the President,”
Adetona writes.
But what the Northern traditional rulers wanted was not
exactly what the Yoruba monarchs wanted.
“Our mandate from the Yorubas was that the election
had been concluded and our son was clearly the winner.
So, all we wanted was
that they should just simply release the results,” the
author explains.
Adetona then insisted that if a Council of State meeting
was to be called, it should be for the purpose of
ensuring that the election was
de-annulled and the wish of the people respected. The
Ooni agreed.
But the Alaafin, writes Adetona, said there was no need
for another meeting because the key members of the
Council had already expressed their opposition to the
annulment.
When Adetona and the Alaafin left the Ooni, they went
to discuss seating arrangements for the next day’s
meeting with the other Yoruba traditional rulers.
Apparently suspicious that the Ooni could
switch positions, the monarchs agreed that they would
sit in a way that would ensure that the Ife monarch was
hemmed between two of them “so as to forestall any
wavering of position.”
The planned sitting arrangement was foiled. As the
traditional rulers walked into the venue of the meeting,
they found seats that bore each
attendee’s name. Babangida came in, explained the
position of the government and sought reactions from
his audience. The first came
from Ibrahim Dasuki, then Sultan of Sokoto, who said
very little apart from accusing the government of using
traditional rulers to quell
crises brought upon the nation by the government itself.
He suggested that Babangida should invite members of
the Council of State to join the traditional rulers in the
discussion of the
annulment. The Ooni was the next to speak and
presented the position of the Yoruba obas: declaration
of Abiola as the winner.
It was something the meeting had not expected. “You
could have heard a pin drop,” writes Adetona. Next was
Bayero, who expressed no opposition to what the Ooni
said, but called for a fresh Council of state meeting .
After him spoke the Oba of Benin, who condemned the
annulment and rejected calls for a Council of State
meeting .
The natural rulers continued turning the heat on
Babangida. According to Adetona, Gbong Gwon Jos, the
late Chief Fom Bot, told the meeting that he could not
return to his domain if Babangida did
not to de-annul the election, as his subjects had
demanded, and asked the former president to find
accommodation for him in Abuja.
A traditional ruler from the South-East, Adetona writes,
was more dramatic, telling Babangida to quit as
president. “Please go. Please go,” he shouted.
Then Babangida cut in, explaining that the decision to
annul or de-annul was not solely his, but that of the
military heirachy. He kept on
calling on others to speak, but the obas observed that
he was calling only people who sat to his right. The
obas sat to his left. This drew
a protest from the Alaafin, who Babangida was forced
to ask to speak.
The Oyo monarch insisted that another Council of State
meeting was needless because the late Dr. Nnamdi
Azikiwe, a member, was out of
the country, while some other key members had
expressed their disapproval of the annulment in the
media. Other traditional rulers told Babangida that he
should save the country from a huge crisis by
respecting the wishes of Nigerians.
Then, Babangida attempted one more throw of the dice.
In a somewhat emotional tone, he told the meeting how
close he and Abiola were. His government, he added,
had paid Abiola hefty debts owed him by previous
regimes. The sum, Babangida said, was about
$600million. The scent of money scrambled a particular
royal head–
the Ooni’s.
“When he heard this piece of information, the Ooni
became angry and said something to the effect that if
Babangida paid him (Ooni) that much, he would be
living on the Island of Capri in Italy,” Adetona writes.
Sijuade then got up to go to the toilet. Adetona
followed, spewing criticisms at his fellow oba for going
against what the Yoruba traditional rulers had agreed
on. After the meeting, watched by Uche Chukwumerije,
Information Secretary in the Interim National
Government, the Ooni told journalists that he was in
support of Babangida’s position that a fresh election
should be held and that the obas should return to their
domains and tell their people to prepare for the election.
Adetona thought he had not heard Ooni right. “To
assure myself that what I heard was true, I invited one
of the reporters, who was there when the Ooni was
speaking to my room. This was a reporter from The
Nigerian Tribune. Fortunately, the Alaafin was with me
when the reporter played the tape for us. We were
stunned,” the Awujale writes.
From his hotel room, the Ooni called Adetona on the
intercom and announced gleefully that he had told the
world (through the media) of the Yoruba position.
Adetona replied that he was not sure that
Sijuwade’s claim was correct. Adetona, accompanied by
the Alaafin and the reporter, went over to Sijuade’s
room. The Ooni repeated his
claim that he presented the Yoruba position to the
press.
He was instantly put to shame, when the reporter was
asked to play his tape, which contained the opposite of
Ooni’s claim. Adetona and the Alaafin then pressured
Ooni into granting another interview, restating the
position of the Yoruba. He did and the reporter was
asked to take the interview to media houses for
publication the next
day. The interview was published by newspapers the
next day, but Chukwumerije had caused the first
interview to be used on the network news of the
Nigerian Television Authority, NTA.
In the book, the Awujale was unsparing in his attack on
former Nigerian leader, Olusegun Obasanjo. He
described him as a Judas, “who would betray his
people,” who lacks credibility and squandered “the
enormous goodwill,” which he carried into office “with a
performance that left him with a second term short of
tangible achievements.”
Oba Adetona recalled an event on 24 July 2002, the late
Abraham Adesanya’s 80th birthday in Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun
State, when in a ride with Obasanjo to a makeshift
helipad he told Obasanjo how disappointed he had
become over Obasanjo’s pussy-footing on the issue of
federalism. “This was the dividing line for me in our
relationship,” Awujale recalled and Adesanya’s birthday
presented an opportunity for him to tell
Obasanjo how he felt about him, when they rode
together in a Mercedes Benz limousine, with former
Ogun governor, Olusegun Osoba, as witness.
“It was going to be a short trip but I had
something to say and so it had to be said quickly
enough while the three of us shared some privacy. I
said there was a time when I had trusted Obasanjo so
much so that I could swear by his name, but that the
trust was now gone. Obasanjo asked why. I answered
that Obasanjo was no longer credible.” The Oba recalled
further in the
book, that at another time when he visited Obasanjo in
Aso Rock, Obasanjo revisited their earlier conversation
during which he told the
Awujale, accusatorily, that he painted him a Judas.
Awujale reconfirmed the labeling according to his
account.
“I told him that I not only remembered but still
maintained that he was a Judas who would betray his
people…I had no qualms about speaking plainly to him.
In high office, people who surround leaders tend to skirt
around the truth,” Awujale wrote.
The Awujale was clearly not impressed by Obasanjo’s
tenure as nigeria’s leader. ‘‘Eight years in office was
ample time to put electricity on a very strong footing.
Eight years was enough to put
down a strong foot against corruption and make a clear
difference. Eight years was adequate for orderliness and
the rule of law to triumph in every facet of our society.
These were the basis upon
which I gave my support for the office,” he submitted.

Abubakar Shekau Still Leads Boko Haram – Journalist Calls Out Chad President

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Last week, Chadian president ,Idriss Deby revealed Boko
Haram leader Abubakar Shekau had been ousted and
replaced with a new leader.He said
There is someone apparently called Mahamat Daoud
who is said to have replaced Abubakar Shekau and
wants to negotiate with the Nigerian government .”

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Nigerian journalist,Ahmad Salkida,reportedly on exile in
Dubai is known to have contact with Boko Haram
leaders,as they allow him speak with them.He has
accused the Chadian leader of lying, and says the
Chadian president had also deceived former president,
Goodluck Jonathan into entering a fruitless peace deal
with Boko Haram.