​Lady Slaps Man For Trying To Put His Fingers Into Her Private Part In A Bus

An elderly man received more than he bargained for in a commercial bus after he tried to finger a young lady.

According to Facebook user Damilola Oduolowu who shared the story, the incident took place this morning in Lagos while on his road to work from Ikorodu.

He wrote:


My journey from Ikorodu to work everyday is always not interesting cos of the hours i spend in traffic.

Taking public transport, i enjoy boarding BRT (Blue bus or some times Red bus). No one to disturb your peace, i just plug in my earpiece to watch a movie, listen to music or in most cases, read or write. TATA (White) bus is a

‘No No’ for me because it stinks and that’s where you find all sorts of things.

The naturally loudspeaker voiced self-acclaimed marketers who sell herbal mixtures that cure tens of diseases won’t just allow you rest. All the drama of this life happen on the TATA bus, sometimes formerly called ‘Ise Oluwa’ bus.

That’s why I always prefer the Red BRT whenever i cannot queue for the Blue one. Of course with the mindset that i would be in traffic for about 2hours. Most times it is always the same time you spend queueing for the Blue one so what’s the point wasting my energy to queue for that long.

So this morning, i decided to board the Red one. This is assumed and expected to be saner than the drama stage called TATA. No advert, No babalawo, No preaching and so on.

I took my seat as the ticketer/conductor called in passengers. We moved and gradually approached the massive standstill traffic.

Few minutes later, we all on the bus started hearing slaps in sequence, accompanied with a female voice. We all looked to the direction of the latest drama. Honestly, i thought i had seen it all before. It was from about 3 seats behind me. A man who was sitting beside a good looking chic was being slapped by her angrily. His guilt look was like that of a child who was caught stealing meat from a pot.

Ha! Surprisingly, we tried to understand the reason why this lady kept slapping the poor older man.

He was trying to finger me, mad man! He slid his two fingers into my skirt! She said (in Yoruba language).

Words failed me.

The man received almost a hundred of slaps as passengers (mostly guys) close to the seat registered their annoyance on his face. He was pushed away and punished to join standing passengers.

With a disdainful look, everyone started to discuss the issue.

(Both in Yoruba and English) That’s a bad attitude! He is a disgrace to men! Maybe he is not normal!

And the argument took another shape when some said; ‘He must have been seduced into acting that way, check out what the lady is wearing’.

It went worse when someone said the man might be a ritualist, a baddo.

Ermmmm…. Really? Okay, let me just keep hearing the arguments cos i won’t judge anyone. Could this be agro? I asked myself, laughing as i chatted to a friend about it on WhatsApp.

Soon, slaps resumed on the man. His eyes turned red already and he was looking like he’s going to die. I had to advise him; bros just go down and enter another bus if you don’t want a coma.

If someone told me this story, i wouldn’t have believed. What could this be? I don’t understand at all.

And one question remains accurately unanswered in my mind, Is this ‘Agro’, Seduction or Lunacy?

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


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
He promised that the affected families would be

[PICS] Swaziland’s King Mswati publicly test girls virginity before choosing a wife


As seems to be the tradition in Swaziland, King
Mswati reportedly tested girls virginity before
choosing a wife for himself.
In 2012, Dailymail reported that topless virgins
were paraded in front of the Swazi King, to
celebrate chastity and unity.


Now, photos have been released showing under
aged girls being publicly checked to ascertain
that their virginity was still intact.
All this was done in a bid to help King Mswati
choose a wife.

Strange World Man marries sex doll, gushes about his love for ‘her’

A man who decided to break out from lonely ended up
with marrying a real life sex doll.









Strange things » happen everyday which makes one to
wonder if the end of the world is not finally here.
People have married dogs » , goats, trees but an
American man called Dirk, tops it all by getting married
to a sex doll he names Jenny and he has been gushing
about how much he loves her and cannot change her
for anything in the world.
Dirk who bought his doll ‘bride’ for a whopping sum of
$6,750, believes Jenny is the best thing to ever happen
to him and he has vowed to love, support and share
their private lives together.
The strange couple who have been together for four
years, do everything every normal couple do, including
sex which Dirk says is very explosive
Dirk says he decided to marry Jenny after he suffered
a breakdown from feeling lonely. He bought her and
they had a normal wedding and since then, the dotting
Dirk has been dotting on Jenny, doing everything for
her like the caring husband he is.
He says he talks to her and can hear her, and perceive
her soul, believing she speaks back.
A photographer, Sandra Hoyn, chronicles the couples
day to day activities in pictures
Dirk says:
“I can’t live without love. My loneliness destroyed me.
Jenny is such a sensitive being. She is so helpless.”

Pastor arrested for using his manhood to ‘cast out demons’


A pastor in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Greatness Tapfunma,
has been arrested for raping a 16-year-old girl after he
purportedly assaulted her sexually, claiming he was
casting out demons from her, reports Zimnews..
Tapfuma, the General Overseer and Founder of
Kingdom Rulers International Church, has been charged
for rape and sexual battery at the Western Commonage
Magistrate Court.
The prosecutor, Mufaro Mageza, told the court that in
October last year, Tapfuma proposed love to the victim
who was a member of his church, but was turned
During the same month, Tapfuma invited the girl to his
Cowdray Park house and told her of a ‘prophecy’
claiming her family was being attacked by demons and
needed cleansing.
He allegedly told the victim that part of the cleansing
would involve her sleeping with him.
The girl narrated how the man of God raped her in
“He told me that if I did not sleep with him, my father
was going to die and I be turned into a Satanist. That
day, he locked me in his house and had sex with me
three times, claiming he was casting out the evil spirits
from me.”
Last year, it was reported that the same pastor was
acquitted of rape charges after two members of his
church accused him of sexually abusing them.
It was alleged that he raped the women aged 25 and
22 respectively, after inviting them to his house for

Touching! Son of Nigerian billionaire donates kidney to Israeli girl!


The son of Nigerian billionaire Ladi Jadesimi donated
his kidney to an Israeli girl named Omaima Halabi he’d
never met! Found the story on Jerusalem Post. Read
A black-hatted rabbi, a white-hatted Muslim elder
and a black Christian pastor attend a Christmas
celebration in a Druse village. This is not the first
line of a joke, but a celebration of a gift of life.
When Smith Jadesimi, a tall and athletic 25-year
old from Nigeria, first approached his country’s
Israeli Embassy in Abuja about his desire to
donate a kidney to an Israeli, he was politely but
firmly turned away.
Likewise, the organization that facilitates kidney
transplants in Israel told him no; at least one Israeli
hospital refused him, too.
Jadesimi was undaunted. A man of deep faith, he knew
he was supposed to donate a kidney to an Israeli, and
that it would happen.
Rabbi Yeshayahu Heber was among those who rejected
Jadesimi. Although Heber himself was a kidney
recipient and the founding chairman of Matnat Chaim –
Hebrew for Gift of Life, an organization that desperately
seeks organ donors – he assumed Jadesimi was
seeking a way into Israel as a foreign worker, like many
other Africans. Said Heber, “We don’t want [those who
have fallen on hard times] and want to donate their
kidneys for money; we’re only seeking altruistic
Heber, a full-bodied man with a salt-and-pepper beard,
has just celebrated his 50th birthday; he reached this
milestone thanks of the generosity of a kidney donor.
When he was in his early 40s, working as a high-
ranking educator in two prominent religious academies
with more than 1,000 students, he suddenly lost the
ability to bound up the stairs. His kidneys had failed,
and his life now centered around dialysis.
At the Jerusalem hospital where he received treatment,
there was a younger kidney patient named Pinhas
Turgeman, whose brother had been killed fighting in
Lebanon. The two men studied Torah together through
the long hours, as the dialysis machines filtered their
blood. When Heber received a kidney transplant, he
assured Turgeman he’d be next. But Turgeman died of
a heart attack related to his disease before the rabbi
could find him a donor.
Turgeman’s parents had lost their only two sons;
Heber, too, was devastated. “On that day, the second
day of Adar at 7:05 a.m., when I heard the news,
Matnat Chaim was born,” recounted Heber. Seven years
later, 186 men, women and children have received
kidneys through the organization.
The first letter from Jadesimi in Nigeria arrived on
September 14, 2013. Despite his initial rejection,
Jadesimi kept writing. He eventually convinced Heber
that he was for real. He was ready to undergo medical
tests for suitability in a Nigerian hospital – and he
passed them all.
“The rabbi changed his mind about me, but there was
still the Israeli Embassy to convince about a visa,”
recalled Jadesimi.
I met Jadesimi at a Jerusalem hostel for children who
have come to Israel for heart surgery. He is
volunteering there until he returns to Nigeria.
Jadesimi was born in 1987 into a large, prosperous and
highly educated family, residing in the oil-rich Delta
State (population four million) of Nigeria. After public
school, he graduated from the University of Pretoria in
South Africa and holds two master’s degrees, one in
statistics and another in computer engineering.
“Our parents read the Bible with us every morning,” he
says. “They stressed the value of love. You can believe
in something, obey the commandments, keep the
Sabbath holy, but love is the greatest motivator. If you
really love, you won’t steal or covet your neighbor’s
His parents attended an Anglican church, but Jadesimi
preferred a more evangelical approach and joined the
Lagos branch of the Synagogue Church of All Nations,
which he says has literally millions of members.
He became a lay pastor there. Staying at a friend’s
home while in Lagos, he began importing fish from
Scandinavia and Indonesia to give to 100 women,
market fishmongers who could make a living peddling
them. He gave away 70 percent of his income, not only
in Nigeria, but also to those in the Philippines and Haiti,
to Christians in Syria and to rebuild Gaza.
The Middle East seemed to him to be the most
troubled; he googled “People who need help” and
Matnat Chaim came up. He read about the kidney
donation program and checked the reputedly low risk
for the donor, first with a friend studying medicine and
then with a veteran physician. “I told him I was trying
to convince a friend not to donate his kidney and
needed good arguments.”
The odds seemed favorable for a young, non-smoking,
non-drinking footballer like him.
“I figured that God isn’t a fool to give us two kidneys if
we only need one, so we’re supposed to give one away
to the needy,” he said. “Love isn’t just in your heart,
you have to do something to show you love others. And
not just someone you know, not selfish, someone
beyond your circle. If you have $10 billion and a kidney
problem, all of your money can’t solve the problem –
only a donor can.”
When Heber’s letter to the embassy didn’t open the
door, the rabbi applied to the Interior Ministry on behalf
of Jadesimi. Half a year passed before a tourist visa
was issued; another month went by before the visa was
stamped in Nigeria.
At last, he got permission to fly to Israel. The
transplant would take place in Haifa. He underwent
additional medical tests, examinations, a first-ever
session with a psychiatrist and another with a social
“After I drew pictures for the psychiatrists, a committee
including professors grilled me about why I wanted to
come; I explained how God had sent me.”
He had to return to Nigeria for an important business
appointment in June 2014. He was assured he’d hear
within three weeks.
At last, at the end of September 2014, four months
later, he received word that he’d passed inspection.
Was he angry at the delays? “Love means being patient
and not expressing yourself in anger,” affirms Jadesimi.
Now, he had to tell his parents. How did they take it?
“They didn’t like the idea, to put it mildly. They said I
was unmarried and had no children, that I shouldn’t
take such a risk. I spoke about the advanced medicine
in Israel. They relented, figuring they’d kill my spirit if
they stood in the way. We all prayed together for
Two years after beginning his quest to give away a
kidney to an Israeli, Jadesimi was accepted. His only
stipulation about the recipient was that he or she be a
young person around his age.
The recipient, he learned, would be Omaima Halabi, 21,
a recently graduated law student from the Druse town
of Daliat al-Carmel outside Haifa. Jadesimi had never
heard of the Druse.
The surgery was arranged for December 18 at Haifa’s
Rambam Medical Center.
“I wasn’t afraid; It was a mission with God on my side.
I had peace of heart.”
He met Halabi, a pretty young woman with shoulder-
length dark hair parted in the middle. He was amazed
that he’d be able to give her another chance at a
normal life. She’d already been suffering from kidney
failure for a year and a half, and had a bleak future
without a kidney.
Omaima’s father, educator Farah Halabi, heard about
the rabbi from the Har Nof neighborhood of Jerusalem
and his kidney-donating organization from the hospital
staff where his daughter was being treated.
He contacted Heber.
On the day of the surgery, Christian prayers were
offered in Nigeria, Jewish prayers in Jerusalem, and
Druse prayers in Haifa. “We were all praying for the
same thing,” noted Heber.
The surgeons detached and removed Halabi’s kidney,
replacing it with one of Jadesimi’s. They connected the
tubes and voila… the kidney started to work.
Jadesimi says he felt pretty good after the surgery, and
was eager to leave the hospital so he could observe
Farah Halabi, Omaima’s dad, offered Jadesimi a ride to
the Basilica of the Annunciation in Nazareth.
“I had to be careful of the stitches and couldn’t kneel
after the surgery,” says Jadesimi. Halabi had a word
with the priest. “I was given a VIP seat,” recounts
Jadesimi. “Imagine, a VIP seat in Nazareth.”
Heber doesn’t allow payment or even extravagant gifts
to donors, but he approved of the Halabi family’s offer
to make a “Christmas” thanksgiving dinner.
They’d do it Druse-style, with grilled meat and abundant
salads. The mayor of Daliat al-Carmel would be there,
the Druse elders, relatives and Rabbi Heber, too.
A packaged meal from the religious kibbutz Nir Etzion
was ordered for him.
“I’m so grateful – to my donor Smith Jadesimi, to my
family, to Rabbi Heber,” said Omaima Halabi at the
feast. “This was certainly arranged in heaven.”
No one in the room argued.