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Ayanda and her boyfriend

Zimbabwean woman, Ayanda Monica Simango has lost her mind after busting her younger sister having s*x with her Nigerian boyfriend.

Her sister was soo mad that she has decided the most befitting way to humiliate and fix younger sister – she post her unclad pictures on her Facebook Wall.

Details to the whole thing are still sketchy but one of our Facebook page followers tipped us and we managed to go undercover and access her Facebook account.


Ayanda is so mad and upset now that she is not entertaining communication from anyone.

Unclad photos of the sister as well as the Nigerian boyfriend identified as Martin Arinze from Enugu Nigeria were posted on several popular websites.

We wonder what could have driven the younger sister to do that to her sister, but there is a myth that Nigerian men are known to lavishly pamper and spoil their ladies in stark contrast to most Zimbabwean men.

At least according to the tales that ladies tell. So perhaps this could have been the motivating factor, of course scandals like these happen everyday, but the sister’s reaction has just been epic!

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Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde featured on CNN’s African Voices with CNN Presenter Vladimir Duthiers.
It aired on Friday January 10th 2014 on CNN. There will be repeat broadcast on Monday – 2:30am, 10:00am, and 5:00 pm (GMT)
and Tuesday – 5:30am (GMT).
See behind the scenes photos below:

(Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)

2face Idibia has joined his wife Annie Idibia in Los Angeles following the birth of their daughter on January 3rd 2014.

The celebrated singer went along with gifts for his wife, a teddy bear and flowers, which she received with joy.

2face has finally joined his wife Annie Idibia in Los Angeles about a week after she gave birth to their second child, a daughter. He brought with him flowers and a teddy bear which the new m

The new mum posted this photo above on her Instagram with the caption: “It d very lil tins that makes it all so Beautiful! Love d flowers n teddy… Love u more baby!!! My “mine” is here!!!!!! Supa supa excited !!!!!! #red #love #newYr #newBaby #husband #family #happychild”

2face has finally joined his wife Annie Idibia in Los Angeles about a week after she gave birth to their second child, a daughter. He brought with him flowers and a teddy bear which the new m

The couple got married in March 2013 and have two daughters, Isabella, 5, and the week old baby.

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For a woman, nothing is more frustrating than a boyfriend that refused to propose. If a couple has been together for more than two years, then it may be time to either break up or take the next step. There are ways that a woman can gently nudge her longtime boyfriend to finally pop the question.

1. Start a Casual Conversation:

Mutual friends that have gotten engaged recently may be just the catalyst a woman needs to gently bring up the topic.

If a woman just makes a few comments about the situation, she may get some reactions from her boyfriend, which will tell her if the man in her life is the marrying kind or not.

2. Talk About the Future:

If a woman lives with her man in an apartment, this may be a chance to talk about moving to another place, and throwing in a few key words about the future.

Talking about getting a house can be a perfect way to talk about things like marriage. If the subject is quickly changed, or avoided all together, than he may not be the kind of man that wants to get married.

3. Take Him Shopping:

The mall is a great place to bring up the subject of marriage. A woman can pass by a jewelry store and see a beautiful wedding ring and point it out to her boyfriend.

A white dress in a window might also be an open door to talk about marriage.

4. Avoid Nagging Him:

Marriage can be a tricky subject for any man.

If a woman is constantly talking about getting married, it will seem like nagging, which is going to make him not want to do it.

5. Hang Around With Married Friends:

A nice quiet way to plant the seed of marriage in your boyfriend’s head is to hang around with people that are married.

Actions can speak louder than words, and seeing two people who are truly happy because they are married is to going to show that reluctant boyfriend that marriage is not the end of the world.

6. Do Not Fight About It:

The worst thing a woman can do is get into a fight with her boyfriend about marriage. Marriage is a wonderful thing to happen to two people, and fighting about it is not going to make it happen.

One fight about marriage can lead to more fights, and suddenly the happy couple is fighting all the time about something that should bring them closer together.

A couple that has been together for more than two years should think about getting married. However, if a woman really wants her boyfriend to propose, there are a few things she can do to steer the conversation toward marriage.

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AIG of Police, Joseph Mbu (right) (Photo: Internet Photo)

The Rivers Police Command on Sunday denied allegations that its personnel shot and wounded a member of the National Assembly, Sen. Magnus Abe.

Its spokesman, Ahmad Muhammad, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, (DSP), told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Port Harcourt that the police did not dispense any bullet while dispersing a rally by Save Rivers Movement on Sunday.

He said the group was at the state College of Arts and Science for the rally when they were dispersed because they did not obtain a police permit.

Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)
Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)

Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)
Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)

“I can confirm to you that Sen. Magnus Abe was not shot. The police did not expend any single bullet while dispersing the crowd.

“It is not true. The police did not shoot the senator, we only used minimum force to disperse the crowd at the venue of the rally,’’ he said.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Rivers Government has alleged that Abe was shot by the police at the venue of the rally.

Mrs Ibim Semenitari, the Commissioner for information and Communications, made the accusation in a statement on Sunday in Port Harcourt.

“Today’s attack on members of the Save Rivers Movement, a non governmental association, at the College of Arts and Science, Rumuola, Port Harcourt, Rivers State and especially the unprovoked shooting of Senator Magnus Ngei Abe, the senator representing Rivers South East senatorial district, is cause for worry and an indication of the length that the PDP is willing to go to silence opposing views.

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President Barack Obama speaks about the government shutdown and debt limit, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013, in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. (Charles Dharapak/AP)

Save the date: Iran has pledged to start eliminating some of its uranium stockpile on January 20, the White House said Sunday.

That gives an official start date for the six-month interim deal with Iran, which was first announced in November.

“As of that day, for the first time in almost a decade, Iran’s nuclear program will not be able to advance, and parts of it will be rolled back, while we start negotiating a comprehensive agreement to address the international community’s concerns about Iran’s program,” U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement Sunday.

As part of the agreement, Iran has agreed to start eliminating its stockpile of higher levels of enriched uranium, to dismantle some infrastructure that makes higher-level uranium enrichment possible, and not to start up additional centrifuges.

In exchange, some sanctions against Iran will be eased as part of “modest relief,” the White House said.

“The $4.2 billion in restricted Iranian assets that Iran will gain access to as part of the agreement will be released in regular installments throughout the six months,” Kerry said. “The final installment will not be available to Iran until the very last day.”

But there’s a bipartisan push in Congress to tighten, rather than ease, sanctions on Iran. U.S. President Barack Obama made it clear Sunday that he was pushing back.

“Imposing additional sanctions now will only risk derailing our efforts to resolve this issue peacefully, and I will veto any legislation enacting new sanctions during the negotiation,” Obama said in a written statement.

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Pope Francis named his first batch of cardinals on Sunday, choosing 19 men from Asia, Africa, Latin America and elsewhere, including the developing nations of Haiti and Burkina Faso, in line with his belief that the church must pay more attention to the poor.

Francis made the announcement as he spoke from his studio window to a crowd in St. Peter’s Square.

Sixteen of the appointees are younger than 80, meaning they are currently eligible to elect the next pope, which is a cardinal’s most important task. The ceremony to formally install them as cardinals will be held Feb. 22 at the Vatican.

Since his election in March as the first pontiff from Latin America, the pope has broken tradition after tradition in terms of protocol and style at the Vatican. But in Sunday’s list Francis stuck to the church’s rule of having no more than 120 cardinals eligible to elect the next pontiff.

The College of Cardinals is currently 13 shy of that 120-mark among eligible-to-vote members. In addition, three cardinals will turn 80 by May. That means Francis chose the exact number of new cardinals needed to bring the voting ranks up to 120 during the next few months.

Some appointments were expected, including that of his new secretary of state, the Italian archbishop Pietro Parolin, and the German head of the Vatican’s watchdog office for doctrinal orthodoxy, Gerhard Ludwig Mueller. Two others named Sunday also come from the curia, as the Holy See’s Rome-based bureaucracy is known.

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PDP Rotimi Amaechi Rivers State APC Nigeria Corruption White Paper
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The Senator representing Rivers Central Senatorial district, Magnus Abe, was hit with rubber bullets shot by the police in Rivers State on Sunday January 12th 2014 during a political rally in Port Harcourt.

According to reports, Abe sustained serious injuries from the close range hit. He is now receiving treatment at an undisclosed hospital.

Punch reports that “the police had gone to disperse a pro-Amaechi rally organised by the Save Rivers Movement, which held at the Rivers State College of Education, Rumuola, in Rivers State, at about 9am. The Senator had gone to inquire why the police would disperse the rally that was very peaceful. Instead, of giving reasons for their actions, the police shot at the Senator at close range, using rubber bullets which hit him around the chest area, leaving him critically injured.”

The Chief of Staff to Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi, Tony Okocha was also hit by the rubber bullets, according to reports.

He sustained minor injuries.

Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)
Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)
Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)
Senator Abe pictured on a hospital bed (Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji)


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