Thursday, February 12, 2015

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE!! Governor Fashola's Uncle Allegedly Assaults Wife (Photos)

See what I just found on Facebook. Rachel Adenuga, supposed close friend to the victim, posted the photos with the caption above.

Wow!! Eniola Badmus Shares Throwback a Slim Photo of Herself

La wa o , I thought she was born big but ........

Anyway Fans are begging her right now on IG to get back to this size.

No Love!! ''After I Kissed my Boyfriend, 10 People Said They Wanted to Kill Me''.. Nigerian Gay Bisi

There is still no love for Black homos , especially in this part of the world , even though I know that future generations will embrace the sexuality of these people but for now they really need to lay low or not come around the African region

Well Here's a new post I just found on Washington Post that was written by Nigerian gay activist Bisi Alimi about what it means to be a gay Nigerian, using his own life experiences.

At my 40th birthday party last month, my boyfriend and I shared a kiss. Like any couple would, we posted a photo of the moment on Instagram. 

In hours, the image had gone viral in Nigeria. It was republished on scores of Web sites and blogs, with headlines like Nigerian Gay Activist Bisi Alimi French Kisses Boyfriend On His 40th Birthday and Gay Bisi Alimi Shares Photo Of Himself & Boyfriend Deeply Kissing. 

By morning, I'd received more than 10 death threats on Facebook and dozens more
hateful Tweets. 

On Facebook, people posted messages like

"D day u enter dis country, I'll kill u myself … fool!!!" Someone else wrote that my "death warrant has been signed." 

I'm used to these threats. I'm a former actor, and I was the first Nigerian to come out publicly on national television in 2004. This admission hurt my show. And it made me the victim of three years of assault, arrest and joblessness. 

The vitriol culminated in 2007, when an assailant broke into my house. He tied me up, beat me and tortured me for more than two hours. Two days later, I moved to London. Since then, I've never been home. 
I know I'm lucky to be alive. And the climate in Nigeria has only worsened since I left. While gay sex has been illegal since British colonial rule, convictions were usually confined to the mostly Muslim north. But in January 2014, President Goodluck Jonathan signed a law that mandates up to 14 years in jail  for same-sex marriages, showing same-sex affection in public, and being part of or supporting gay clubs and organizations. 


There were dozens of arrests in early 2014. Immediately after the signing of the law, 14 gay men were attacked in Abuja by a pastor who wanted to cleanse his community of "the evil of Sodom and Gomorrah." A few weeks later, three men suspected of being gay were paraded naked on the street of Owerri, Nigeria. Some Nigerian civilians have even turned to mob justice to arrest gay people. Last year, a video of two gay men being forced to have sex by people who broke into their house went viral. 


Even as I was grappling with the new threats in my flat in London, news broke of Sharia police in Northern Nigeria arresting 12 men on suspicion of homosexuality. The men were accused of planning a gay wedding. The police commander said their sexuality was confirmed by "the way they act and talk." The police officers, like many others, think they can deduce a person's sexuality based on their mannerisms. 


On January 21st, a popular Nigerian gay blog (which is run anonymously) ran a story about Nigerian police trying to track, trap, and arrest and extort money from suspected homosexuals.

Of course, Nigeria is not the only country where it is dangerous to be gay. Homosexuality is currently illegal in 38 out of 54 countries in Africa. Too often, death is the fate of visible African LGBT champions like me. Gay rights activist David Kato from Uganda was killed in January 2011. In June 2012, Thapelo Makutle, a South African transgender, gay man was killed. Nineteen months ago, Eric Ohena Lembembe, the leading Cameroonian LGBT activist, was tortured and killed. 


Today, Nigeria is largely in the international news because of Boko Haram. But the ongoing, state-approved violence against LGBT people speaks to deeper social problems, including human rights violations and a rise in HIV infections  among a closeted and fearful LGBT population. 
In the face of these everyday atrocities, there is silence from the international community. While a handful of countries have condemned the law, they have done little else. Unlike Uganda, which relies ​on foreign aid, Nigeria is self-sustaining. This makes Western influence on its increasing abuse of human rights tough. After the United States accused the Nigerian military of corruption and human rights abuses in its campaign against Boko Haram, for example, Nigeria began looking for military assistance elsewhere.

 
But these are not reasons enough for international inaction. The international community should be at the forefront of pressuring the government to respect the fundamental human rights of every Nigerian. Otherwise, thousands of innocent Nigerians will continue to face the fear of being accused of being homosexual and jailed … or being lynched.


What You Say??

Shots Fired!! Prof. Osinbajo Blasts Jonathan on Facebook

Professor Osinbajo shared this on his Facebook page after the presidential media chat last night, just before Buhari went live on CNN. President GEJ had once again said Stealing wasn't corruption during the chat. Who agrees with him?

Your Pick Guys ..... Nicki Minaj Present Bae and Ex | Meek Mills Vs Safaree (photos)

Well as we all know
Nicki Minaj has dated both Meek Mills and Long time boyfriend Safree Daniels.
Between both men who is hotter

Have you watched this video clip?..... If yes, whats your favorite word in it?

Lol one of the funniest video I have ever seen , well my favorite part is ............ That's how we roll

What Is He Looking At?? Please Caption This Looking B**bs Ni**a Photo ...lol

the thing were girls go cause when em finally make up them mind to go naked on the streets , Na only the future generation go understand .....lol

Nollywood actress Halima latest crazy pix




Nigeria actress Halima seriously craving attention with this arse pose pix of hers, seriously questioning her sanity here guys, but anything goes for popularity these days..

BBC SPORTS NEWS UPDATE!


Former Spurs boss Tim Sherwood has emerged as the early favourite for the vacant Aston Villa job following the sacking of Paul Lambert. (Birmingham Mail)

Tim Sherwood and USA national team boss Jurgen Klinsmann are early candidates for the Aston Villa job. (Mirror)

Former Arsenal defender Scott Marshall - who worked with Paul Lambert at both Wycombe Wanderers and Norwich - has been asked to prepare the Aston Villa side for Sunday's FA Cup fifth-round tie against Leicester. (Guardian)

There are six candidates who could be in the frame to take over from Paul Lambert as Aston Villa manager. (Telegraph)

TRANSFER GOSSIP

West Ham are considering a move for 26-year-old Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, who is currently on loan at Real Madrid. (Daily Star)

Palermo's highly-rated 21-year-old forward Paulo Dybala has admitted he dreams of playing for either Manchester City or Barcelona. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United still have a slim chance of signing Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus, despite the 25-year-old signing a new contract. The Red Devils could land the Germany forward if they stump up £50m. (Daily Star)

Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo has ended his Premier League nightmare by signing for boyhood club Boca Juniors. (Mirror)

OTHER GOSSIP

Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic may face a ban for violent conduct after appearing to attempt to headbutt and put a headlock on James McCarthy. (Daily Mail)

Chelsea 'trying to sway refs'




Everton manager Roberto Martinez accused Chelsea's players of trying to lure the referee during a bad-tempered 1-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge.

Willian's late winner came after Gareth Barry's red card and a fracas in which Branislav Ivanovic escaped censure for a clash with Everton's James McCarthy.

"It's very clear that what the home team are trying to do is influence the referee," Martinez said.

Mourinho cut short his BBC interview when asked about Chelsea's attitude.

A game that looked destined for stalemate came to life in the closing stages after Barry was shown a second yellow card for a trip on Willian.

As opposing players clashed, Ivanovic locked his arm around McCarthy's neck and appeared to push his head towards the Everton midfielder.

Breaking News!!! Obanikoro Sues Sahara Reporters, Punch & Others For N1Billion For Defamation

According to @BTBreakingTimes, former Minister of State for Defense, Musiliu Obanikoro sues Sahara Reporters, Premium Times, Punch Newspapers, Omoyele Sowore, owner of Sahara Reporters and Festus Owete for N1billion for that story about Ekiti election fraud. 

More Details later.

NEHEMIAH APOSTOLIC RESOURCE CENTER ORGANIZES A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

The school of Government and politics conference which held yesterday , Thursday the 29th of November in Abuja Was organized by Nehem...