I hope you get that the baffling aspect of these act is the fact that the female herself is behind the broadcasting.

Here’s another new world female that has gone public with BEFORE AND AFTER SEX caption on Facebook. 

So I ask again, is it that the world is already too advanced and we need to deal with these, or the world needs us to actually deal with these type of future madams? 

I just tire!


This picture was uploaded on Facebook by the lady with the caption that says

The question here is, 

Is there any moral in this? Or it is an acceptable normality? I remember just a few years back when a guy would be termed a devil’s incarnate if he dare speak of intimacy between himself and a girl in a bragging manner in public talk less of posting a video or…as the case may be right now, a picture of himself making out with the girl.

What went wrong within these few years? Because this is not just a unique case, there are a lot of other girls going crazy with stuffs like this on a daily basis. Are we advancing and going in the way the world of today is or are we just growing in stupidity? It is not in my place to judge, I leave it in your hands.




Please my good people of our nation, i am sincerely calling out for justice against violence. I am hospitalized right now as i type this with the lil stamina in me; i am in serious pain and agony; in between life and death. This is my story:

This morning, at about 11.50am, i boarded a siena vehicle leaving PortHarcourt for Onitsha. As we approached the first checkpoint immediately after the airport, we pulled over as the soldiers ordered us to, for the usual scrutinization.

One of them, the youngest of them, by name, SULAIMAN OLAMILEKAN, began to molest me. He accused me of discussing him, where i was only having a friendly debate with the lady beside me about whether his car is tinted or not bcos of the way the we where being delayed bcos the driver didn’t bring the back glass down when​ he stopped us immediately he was like ‘hey you wetin you just talk now’ I explained to him that he was never in the picture of the gist but he ignored me and demanded i disembark from the vehicle, kneel down and apologise to him.

I called his bluff and explained to him that i did nothing wrong to apologise. To my greatest dismay, this dude went in search of any object at his disposal (a huge stick), and started hitting it all over my body. He shove me out of the vehicle and when he piecesed the stick on me he went in search of another thing and he came back with a big rod immediately I saw him coming with that one and I noticed everyone was already scared to come closer also his colleagues were just there busy with the stopping of other vehicles I ran out of the vehicle and jumped down wanted to run over to the other lane to where their ogas used to stay but on a second thought I sensed he might throw the big rod on me I then stood still not believing he could actually used that on me b4 I knew it he started hitting my two leg with it

I was helpless as my fellow passengers were scared to intervene, the others (soldiers) disengaged him from hitting me further but they did not reprimand/reprove him. Instead, they confiscated my phone and prevented me from taking pictures of any of them my phone’s screen is in pieces now . When i told them that i would nolonger proceed with the journey, they restrained me from going back to Portharcourt by compelling the driver to embark on our journey to (Onitsha) with me.

The driver drove off to some distance away from there, and i alighted from the vehicle and boarded another one heading back to Portharcourt. The passengers in the bus were astonished at the injuries i sustained from the brutality. They sympathized with me and advised me to take the matter up. Even the new driver confirmed Ola to be a ruthless soldier as he has had an encounter like that with him before.

As soon as we arrived Portharcour, i went straight to the Army Barracks to file a report about him. I narrated the whole story to them. The soldiers and the superiors there, were astonished at the cruel act and were sympathizing with me and pleaded that i shouldn’t take the case any further; that the Ola dude would be remanded for one month in the barracks there (which i feel is not enough justice)they said he just joined then in the yr 2015

I was quickly attended to and was taken to their clinic for treatment. They summoned for Ola, the dude was very shocked that the case had gotten here already. To God be the glory, he confessed correctly that i didn’t do anything to have warranted his cruel action that he was in a very bad mood He said what happened there was inexplicable. This time, he genuflected and implored for compassion. He took my number when I was giving it to the nurse for my admission at the hospital an whatsapped me to forgive him and not take things seriously. (This was how i tracked his identity on True caller.)

Right now i am bedridden. The doctor said i am running temperature due to my high blood pressure. I am in serious pain and rendered partially immoveable. How do i explain this uncomely incidence to my family in Onitsha whom i was supposed to meet with? Here are the pictures of what happened in the scene including the picture of the violator and the rod he used You can access him with his facebook addy, “Sulaiman Olamilekan”.

Please Help! Help me reach out to anybody in authority, who can fight this violence. Violence is indeed a cankerworm that has eaten us deep into every fabric of the Nigerian Army Force. Soldiers fight and protect their own, not to destroy the innocent civilians.



My pastor told me to help him give a phone Engineer his phone this morning for repair. On my way to the shopping complex i put the phone inside my pocket and i accidentally posted::::

“sdjmhryuiowq kdfshjsvfjj tokoloshika bskklspfrrrrrrrr” on my pastor’s Facebook wall.

Within an hour, over 2,500 followers had commented::::


“I receive it”

And about 900 people had shared the post.

What exactly is wrong with this generation? 




Given below is what happened to someone & he has

narrated this in his own words:

” I received a call from someone claiming that he was from

my mobile Service provider and he

asked me to shutdown my phone for 2 hours for 3G update

to take place. As I was rushing for a meeting, I did not

question, but just shut down my cell phone.

After 45 minutes I felt very suspicious since the caller did

not even introduce his name.

I quickly turned on my cell phone and saw several

messages from my family members and the others were

from the number that had called me earlier.

I called my parents and I was shocked that they sounded

very worried asking me whether I am safe.

My parents told me that they had received a call from

someone claiming that they had me with them and asking

for money to let me free.

The call was so real and my parents even heard ‘my voice’

crying out loud asking for help. My father was at the bank

waiting for next call to proceed for money transfer.

I told my parents that I am safe and asked them to lodge a

police report.

Right after that I received another call from the

guy asking me to shutdown my cell phone for another 1

hour which I refused to do and hung up.

They kept calling my cell phone to keep my phone busy so

that others could not be able to reach me until the battery

had run down. I myself lodged a police report and I was

informed by the officer that there were many such scams


MOST of the cases reported that the victim had already

transferred the money!

And it is impossible to get back the money.

Be careful as this kind of scam might happen to any of us!!!

Those guys are so professional and very

convincing during calls.

If you are asked to shutdown your cell phone for updates by

the service provider, ASK AROUND!

Your family or friends might receive the same call.

“Be Safe and Stay Alert!

Please pass around to your family and friends !!!


Forwarded by

Nigerian Police Civil Protection Unit.


​This Article is courtesy of history official website.

Born the son of an Indian official in 1869, Gandhi’s Vaishnava mother was deeply religious and early on exposed her son to Jainism, a morally rigorous Indian religion that advocated nonviolence. Gandhi was an unremarkable student but in 1888 was given an opportunity to study law in England. In 1891, he returned to India, but failing to find regular legal work he accepted in 1893 a one-year contract in South Africa.

Settling in Natal, he was subjected to racism and South African laws that restricted the rights of Indian laborers. Gandhi later recalled one such incident, in which he was removed from a first-class railway compartment and thrown off a train, as his moment of truth. From thereon, he decided to fight injustice and defend his rights as an Indian and a man. When his contract expired, he spontaneously decided to remain in South Africa and launched a campaign against legislation that would deprive Indians of the right to vote. He formed the Natal Indian Congress and drew international attention to the plight of Indians in South Africa. In 1906, the Transvaal government sought to further restrict the rights of Indians, and Gandhi organized his first campaign of satyagraha, or mass civil disobedience. After seven years of protest, he negotiated a compromise agreement with the South African government.

In 1914, Gandhi returned to India and lived a life of abstinence and spirituality on the periphery of Indian politics. He supported Britain in the First World War but in 1919 launched a new satyagraha in protest of Britain’s mandatory military draft of Indians. Hundreds of thousands answered his call to protest, and by 1920 he was leader of the Indian movement for independence. He reorganized the Indian National Congress as a political force and launched a massive boycott of British goods, services, and institutions in India. Then, in 1922, he abruptly called off the satyagraha when violence erupted. One month later, he was arrested by the British authorities for sedition, found guilty, and imprisoned.

After his release in 1924, he led an extended fast in protest of Hindu-Muslim violence. In 1928, he returned to national politics when he demanded dominion status for India and in 1930 launched a mass protest against the British salt tax, which hurt India’s poor. In his most famous campaign of civil disobedience, Gandhi and his followers marched to the Arabian Sea, where they made their own salt by evaporating sea water. The march, which resulted in the arrest of Gandhi and 60,000 others, earned new international respect and support for the leader and his movement.

In 1931, Gandhi was released to attend the Round Table Conference on India in London as the sole representative of the Indian National Congress. The meeting was a great disappointment, and after his return to India he was again imprisoned. While in jail, he led another fast in protest of the British government’s treatment of the “untouchables”–the impoverished and degraded Indians who occupied the lowest tiers of the caste system. In 1934, he left the Indian Congress Party to work for the economic development of India’s many poor. His protege, Jawaharlal Nehru, was named leader of the party in his place.

With the outbreak of World War II, Gandhi returned to politics and called for Indian cooperation with the British war effort in exchange for independence. Britain refused and sought to divide India by supporting conservative Hindu and Muslim groups. In response, Gandhi launched the “Quit India” movement it 1942, which called for a total British withdrawal. Gandhi and other nationalist leaders were imprisoned until 1944.

In 1945, a new government came to power in Britain, and negotiations for India’s independence began. Gandhi sought a unified India, but the Muslim League, which had grown in influence during the war, disagreed. After protracted talks, Britain agreed to create the two new independent states of India and Pakistan on August 15, 1947. Gandhi was greatly distressed by the partition, and bloody violence soon broke out between Hindus and Muslims in India.

In an effort to end India’s religious strife, he resorted to fasts and visits to the troubled areas. He was on one such vigil in New Delhi when Nathuram Godse, a Hindu extremist who objected to Gandhi’s tolerance for the Muslims, fatally shot him. Known as Mahatma, or “the great soul,” during his lifetime, Gandhi’s persuasive methods of civil disobedience influenced leaders of civil rights movements around the world, especially Martin Luther King Jr. in the United States.


​According to conspiracy theorists, a rogue solar system traveling towards us will destroy earth in 2017.

The latest is that paranormal researchers have been investigating the possibility of Planet X for several years now, and fearfully, some believe that it is now travelling towards Earth.
Research scientist David Meade claims that an entire different solar system as at now is on a collision course with our own and that Planet X, which the conspiracy theorist believes is actually a star, and its gravitational pull will ultimately cause widespread destruction here on Earth that will lead to the end of humanity.

Mr Meade, an author who wrote the book ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival’, believes that the devastating Planet X will bring with it “seven orbiting bodies”, including Nibiru, a large, blue planet.
Mr Meade wrote in a piece for Planet X News: “This system is, of course, not aligned with our solar system’s ecliptic, but is coming to us from an oblique angle and toward our South Pole. 
“This makes observations difficult, unless you’re flying at a high altitude over South America with an excellent camera. 
“As it intertwines and approaches it, will come from our south and loop all the way to the extreme north, then come back south again as it exits our orbital path.”
He also identifies that the evidence is “overwhelming” .
A spate of seismic activity this year, especially across the Ring of Fire in locations such as New Zealand, Chile and Japan, is due to the approaching star system and its intense gravitational pull, while the author also claims that it is wreaking havoc on many other aspects of the planet.

Mr Meade concludes: “Earthquakes have dramatically increased both in number and intensity. 
“The public is being kept in the dark deliberately to avoid panic. 
“Storm systems are multiplying both in type, intensity and size. 
Sinkholes and cracks are appearing in the earth’s crust. Heatwaves are getting stronger and are lasting longer.”
Eventually, all of these factors will build to a point where life on Earth, or the planet itself, is wiped out.