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Young woman who slashed her boyfriend throat begs forgiveness, say “it’s the devil handwork”

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A young woman identified as Nunu, who slashed her boyfriend’s throat in Sapele, Delta State, has pleaded for forgiveness.

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The victim, Osagie Ikede is in stable condition and being cared for at the hospital by two of his lovers, who takes shift, one cleaning him up, the other takes care of the feeding.

Speaking to The Advocate, from her hide-out, Nunu said:

“All what Obage said was not true, though we have been dating for 3 months as claimed, Obagie has been treating me badly and I have been enduring so many abuses from him,”

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Nunu, who was looking un-kept and visibly distressed, said she that though they have been having problems they have a way of settling it.

“We love each other and it was never intentional that this happened, he slapped me and I was angry. The razor blade was not meant to harm him, I had actually bought the razor blade to cut my nail, but when he came shouting angrily that I had reported him to his mother, which led to him slapping me, I attacked him out of provocation.

“I am sorry for what has happened; it is the devil’s handwork. I want Obagie and his family to forgive me. I still love him and I am sure he love me too Nunu pleaded.

She explained that she was ready to bear the cost of his medical treatment, “but nobody has reached me, I even bought provision for him please beg Obagie for me.”

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Nigerian woman gushes about getting married to a man she used to make fun of on Facebook, shares their love story(photos)

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Nigerian couple, Anita and Asuquo are getting maried this week, starting with a traditional wedding in Akwa Ibom today.

Taking to Facebook , Anita narrated how she used to make fun of Asuquo over his political views, aspiration and disposition. In fact, she never liked him and one time went into his inbox to tell him that he is a complete joke after she spotted his campaign posters. Read below:

He was my friend on Facebook but we never chatted, even though I saw some of his posts, I took no notice.
All these political people, nki dogho do interested.
I never liked him (nki bata bad anye)
I remember making fun of him with a friend once…
One day I saw a poster of him, he was contesting for a position; I felt it was a complete joke because I knew he wouldn’t win at that time. So I Went to his inbox to tell him bluntly what I felt about him and his poster.
That was the first time we chatted. He asked for my number, I RELUCTANTLY gave him my “business number.” I prayed he wouldn’t call.
That night, oga sent a love text, I rolled my eyes in contempt (mme ani do ayem). In my mind he wasn’t up to the standard I dated or had in mind to date, I mean, I was even quiting a relationship I called ‘standard’.
I didnt know God was in a corner laughing.
God’s ways clearly differs from man’s ways!
Thereafter the baba called and I just knew I had entered one chance!
I finally met him on my sister’s wedding day and he WILLINGLY paid for all my pictures, he stayed with me till the very end. I was amazed at his kindness… I had found a diamond in the rough.
Overtime, I have learnt not to judge a book by its cover.
I have learnt what it means to love and be loved unconditionally.
I have learnt about sacrifice, forgiveness and hope.
I have learnt what it means to be courageous and determined against all odds.
We’ve been termed an unlikely pair with little connecting interests but we’ve been through the hurdles of a relationship even though we were a thousand miles apart.
We have trusted and believed in God and each other.
God has blessed me and I am thankful.
One year and 3 months later we will be saying ‘I do’ and spending a lifetime together.
I’m saying “I do” to my friend, cheer Master and partner in everi everi!!!!
Dear friends share in our joy, be happy for us, pray for us.
It’s today 22nd and 24th of November.
# Kimani2018 # Abasi_Ikpong_Abene_Owo

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Nigerian woman gushes about getting married to a man she used to make fun of on Facebook, shares their love story(photos)

Nigerian woman gushes about getting married to a man she used to make fun of on Facebook, shares their love story(photos)

Nigerian woman gushes about getting married to a man she used to make fun of on Facebook, shares their love story(photos)

Nigerian woman gushes about getting married to a man she used to make fun of on Facebook, shares their love story(photos)

Nigerian woman gushes about getting married to a man she used to make fun of on Facebook, shares their love story(photos)

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”The best decision I have made in my adult life was to wait until I found my wife” Banky W says as he celebrates wedding anniversary with Adesua

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Banky W and his stunning wife, Adesua, are celebrating their first traditional wedding anniversary today November 19th.

In a post shared on his Instagram page, Banky said the best decision he has made so far in his adult life was waiting to find the right person as a wife.

In his post, he advised that people should endeavour not to give in to pressures when on the journey to finding a life partner. Happy anniversary to them. Read what he wrote below

By far the best decision I have made in my adult life, was to wait until I found my wife. People will pressure you and try to make you feel inadequate or incomplete.. all because you’re not living according to their own mental timetable. Ignore them.

Focus on your journey, your happiness, and on making yourself a better person. My prayer is that you will discover, like I did, that the right person is worth waiting for.
Mrs W… I’m still amazed that I get to call you mine. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for building with me. Thank you for believing in me and for inspiring me to be a better man. My purpose partner, my rock, my destiny, my Shug, my wife, my life… Happy tradiversary Skuu. Love you SCATTER.  #BAAD2017 #BAAD2018

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Without regular sex women risk mental disorder – Nigerian Psychiatrist

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A Nigerian psychiatrist, Dr Maymunah Kadiri has advised married women to have regular sex with their spouses in order to prevent depression and be happy.

 

Kadiri, who is the Medical Director of Pinnacle Medical Services gave the advice in a recent interview saying sex is not just to nourish a woman’s body, but it is also beneficial to her mental health.

“As women, there is need for us to make our spouses our best friends if we want to be mentally healthy. Studies have shown that women who have more active sex and in long term relationships were less likely to be depressed than women who went without sex.

So, more sex is important and essential. It is a remedy to curing women from having persistent headache. Low sexual drive, which leads to depression, should be looked into.

A woman can be depressed when that sexual drive that she used to have is no more there. Frequent active sex can play good roles toward women’s sense of well being and quality of life,’’ Kadiri said.

 

She explained that sex was not just for procreation and to have children, adding that it could create bonding, good companionship and sound sleep. Kadiri, popularly called ‘celebrity shrink’, urged women dealing with depression to frequently indulge in sex, while boosting their self-esteem.

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