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Breaking: A couple kissing and having s*x at the Road 1 gate of OAU by ‘Lakunle Jaiyesimi

Friday, 15th of January, 2016; about 17:00 hours:

A couple (a young couple comprising a male and a female) was seen engaging in a brazen, no-clothes sex at the security post of the Road 1 gate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Video in a bit

They were seen at a vantage spot, where the roads meet, engaging in the act without regard to the timing and people, increasingly gathering. They allegedly rode on a bike through the gate, alighting at the security post premises. They immediately got undressed to the last piece
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The place of women is in the kitchen.

The world is confused. While the men have become weaklings, many content with waking up to bottles of drinks; the women have realized that there’s a power beyond them, or that has been hidden from them for so long, and they are doing all they can to reach for it. Everytime and everywhere, you hear about women emancipation, gender equity and in fact ‘women first’. However, when a snake appears, the men must go first.

When the robbers bang at the door, the men must take the lead. And foolishly, many men would always say ‘YES’ to whatever the women say, however confused they may perpetually be even at their own detriment.

Continue reading LADIES: WHERE THE POWER LIES by Monsieur Mobutu


homFor you are like whitewashed tombs which indeed appear beautiful outwardly, but inside are full of dead men’s bones and all uncleanness. Even so you also outwardly appear righteous to men, but inside you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness.

– Jesus, The Christ.

Nigeria is said to be a very religious country. According to a 2003 report, which is recorded in Wikipedia, 50.4 % of Nigeria’s population are Muslims, while 48.2 % are Christians, and 1.4 % adhere to other religions. Which is another way of saying that practically all Nigerians believe in one religion or the other. Almost everywhere in the Southern part of the country can be seen churches and other such Christian gatherings. While, in the North, blood is constantly shed in The Name of God. Thus giving the impression that Nigeria is a country of citizens who live a life of total commitment to The Almighty. Yet, like The Christ has said, “Even so you also outwardly appear righteous to men, but inside you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness.”

Thus you see the hypocritical and lawless Nigerians trying to dictate morals to the West. “No,” it says to Western leaders. “We cannot accept your homosexuality. We cannot accept your perversion.” Then it concludes its moralizing with threats of a very heavy jail term for those unfortunate enough to be caught practising homosexuality in the country. A conclusion that was applauded by most of its citizens; who placed editorials in the Press, letters to editors of newspapers and magazines, essays and articles, and other such opinions, all in the mass media; all expressing their approval of the motion and their denunciation of Western perversion. Continue reading NIGERIA: THE NATION OF HYPOCRITES by Ikoro Iyineleda

THE MASK BY Ikoro Iyineleda

maskkOne that has nothing to hide will not strive to conceal it. Thus the reason behind the cosmetics, the make-up, the dress sense that the average woman ever strives to have – to that extent where she even would it be imposed on the average man, which he then usually ignores. For the fact it is that the woman has a whole lot much more to hide in terms of that lack of beauty that she thereby strives to conceal, than the man that cares not how he looks. And it is that same fact that has women ever strive to conceal the passion for pleasure that would the man believe she cares not for sex; and that has the man, not being driven by the same intensity of passion, bother not about hiding his own – less intense – passion for that same sex. And, not only because of that part of human nature that believes all men (and women) are inherently the same, but also because the man rarely ever strives to conceal his passion – for he has not as much to conceal as the woman does; all a man has to do is spend a second’s attention on a woman, and she will instantly conclude that he is also burning with the passion that ever sears her flesh – and, at that moment, would his be doused by hers.

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CHIBOK: WHEN TEARS NO LONGER AVAIL by Adejuwon Grace Oluwawemimo

chibo“If the creator had a purpose in equipping us with a neck, he surely meant us to stick it out.” – Arthur Koestler (1905 – 1983)

Someday, the little mama and dada’s girls will be a shadow of what they used to be. Their once fragile heart becoming as hardened as diamond and their trauma-tested wills mounting into an Continue reading CHIBOK: WHEN TEARS NO LONGER AVAIL by Adejuwon Grace Oluwawemimo


bothaI write this piece to quickly draw our critical consciousness to this “infamous”, yet significant, speech of P.W Botha, the erstwhile President of the apartheid South Africa, which a friend drew my attention to in the course of the week (even in the overwhelming ambiance of my grudges against Nigerian leaders, but gratifying reluctance in discussing them), after reading one of his email’s entitled “Now That Botha Must Be Taken Seriously (or whatever that means)!”. For the sake of emphasis, I decided to retain the title.

The reason for bringing up this speech anyway is to enable us have a rethink of the horrifying events that have plagued our nation Nigeria, and by extension Africa – corruption, civil unrests and wars, leadership crisis, kidnappings here and there, consumerism and underdevelopment, and more recently, terrorism – since independence. These horrible events, we must recall, have for a while now been attracting blatant reactions from sensitive and oversensitive people to an extent that even the silence of phlegmatic individuals has become the din that prevents us from hearing ourselves anymore. Therefore, at this critical time, existential questions demand immediate answers as they continue to gaze at us shamefully and a need for us as Blacks to reconsider Botha’s chauvinistic and supposed malign speech. This speech, of course, seems the only formula that couched, thoroughly and fittingly, our rhetoric of confusion, most especially at this moment when our entire socio-political realities continue to draw hoots of derision and despair from us, thus, making us all becoming improvised, nay, accidental social critics of Continue reading “NOW THAT BOTHA MUST BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY” by Yemi Czar

FATHERHOOD a short fiction by Olakunle Sanusi


I became a father one dusty, quiet harmattan morning precisely on February 17th 1998. I was going on thirty, and as my wife was led into the labor room I felt a surge of inexplicable pride, little did I know the events that would unfold; that I would experience a turnaround in my spiritual existence never occurred to me.

Nothing had prepared me for the admixture of trauma and joy I experienced that morning. Felicia never complained about any excessive abdominal pain nor was there any warning from the doctor that the birth would be difficult. I was awakened around 3:00 am in the morning by the sounds of Felicia groaning and holding her lower Continue reading FATHERHOOD a short fiction by Olakunle Sanusi

Yansh and the culture of Competition


If you love a flower, don’t pick it up.

Because if you pick it up, it dies

and it ceases to be what you love.

So, if you love a flower, let it be.

Love is not about possession.

Love is about appreciation. – Osho


Big yansh! Showy yansh!! Taking a passive walk around a community, where young gentlemen and ladies usually congregate or patrol in an active hour; to and fro classrooms, libraries, laboratories, dormitories and or houses, one (average guy, pastor or the other) is bound to behold beautiful, scintillating, romance-stimulating (you-know-what-I-mean? more of it!) figures (Big yansh! Showy yansh!!) that tend to be attractive anywhere your face turns (and it turns often enough). Believe me, irrespective of who you are or how religious you are, your eyes are beings of their own, they must see. One wonders why people don’t flee (no accusation of being literal here, please) at such sights, in spite of the warning in the scriptures of one of the modern religions. Continue reading Yansh and the culture of Competition

Pharmacy, why we do what we do? Just musing….


“I am black; I am in total fusion with the world, in sympathetic affinity with the earth, losing my id in the heart of the cosmos — and the white man, however intelligent he may be, is incapable of understanding Louis Armstrong or songs from the Congo. I am black, not because of a curse, but because my skin has been able to capture all the cosmic effluvia. I am truly a drop of sun under the earth.”
Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks


A few days ago, I was privileged to have a chat with some colleagues, a great people with whom I pretend the possession of the global best knowledge of drugs (I believe the meaning hasn’t already been construed), especially as it pertains to therapeutics; hence, patient-oriented; well, in our own part of the world (hopefully changing), almost diminished merely to dispensing of drugs (not even the best of it, that is). For the moment, and in sync with our acquired (almost inborn) comfort zone, let’s content ourselves with the fact that “we’re Pharmacists and we’re proud to be Men of Honour”.

Our concern this time was the significance of the choices we have made and that we make a living of, just by making. Why do we do Continue reading Pharmacy, why we do what we do? Just musing….

MyReaction: Tope Alabi, Prophet Ajanaku and the Public debacle

topeeFollowing the public (facebook, twitter, blogs, bbm, whatsapp, brothels, pubs etc) outrage over what is seen as indecency and maybe worse, hypocrisy on the part of the ace songster, Tope Alabi and her spiritual father, Prophet Iretiola Ajanaku, now late, one is tempted to look at the issues all over again, maybe with a little more insight, probably differently. This becomes necessary considering the mysteries surrounding the entire incident.  The prophet died, according to the grapevine, more than once. Thanks to the mystery world. Prophet Ajanaku, “who was famous with popular gospel singer Tope Alabi’s fame was, before his death, in the public eye when he opened up that the singer had demanded s*x from him.”tope

Let’s say the grapevine is justified to peer into the private life of Tope Alabi especially with regards to who she sleeps with and who she doesn’t sleep with. Of course, not peer into, but the grapevine was offered the information. Okay. Let’s say the grapevine is justified to pass comments and judgments, some sentimental, on the songster, who they perceive to be, or expected to be without a flaw; some not. By this, we are assuming and maybe also taking for granted the fact that even if she has demanded s*x from her spiritual father, I don’t know what it means (I’m not sure I remember what that means anymore, that’s if there’s any office, position or familial relationship like that ever but let’s assume once again that there is such a title, unordained I guess) but I’m sure the grapevine knows. It’s not like we have quickly forgotten that the world, our world has never stopped since the many many many years that humans, you and I have always demanded s*x from one another, one way or another. Hence, I doubt that by doing it, if she did, that she has done ‘something’ that has never ever been done before.

Again, this piece of news:

“Tope Alabi who is currently on a missionary journey to Canada heard the news that Prophet Ajanaku was dead and she is saddened that they could not settle their dispute before his death.


In her words:

”I am currently in Canada where I am ministering and will go to New York from here. I was sad when I heard the story and it saddened me that we didn’t settle before his demise. If I had known, we would have sorted out our differences” http://news.naij.com/45319.html

The public, of course faceless as usual and monumentally amnesic of self-sins, would quickly bounce at her and banter about english words especially denouncing this in unthinkable ways.

This gets worse as the news pages began to publish the news of the Oro traditionalists performing the final rite for the corpse of Prophet Ajanaku. Here:


” What is so amazing is the role the occult people popular called Ogboni Fraternity played in his death. A very reliable source whispered to us that, two days ago, 27 Ogboni people visited his place and said to have asked every occupant to evacuate. Having spent some time with his corpse, they left, an informed family source revealed.

Not only that, it was also revealed that Oro, the deity that comes out and is forbidden to be seen by women, since his travails, has been shouting his name and all sort of.
The man, according to his church, was confirmed finally dead last night and his remains, the church said, has been deposited in the morgue but the Ogboni people, a source hinted us, has warned the church not to go ahead with his funeral without consulting them first; what this simply implies is that, the late pastor might have fraternized with this sect to aide his pastoral ministries. But can a man help God?” Quoted from Osundefender.


This I find quite absurd and unthinkable. By unthinkable, I mean ‘something’ that I cannot think of or imagine its possibility even in the realm of impossibility, especially in the African context. However, I’m very much aware that a parallel act, if performed outside the borders of Africa, or in any developing world (if you care), located in the cities that we have shamefully grown to envy with the last of our pride, in a more refined way and by individuals dressed in ‘publicly acceptable’ outfits and whose voices are kept low during ‘convoyed’ procession and who try so much as to still maintain the camouflage of a Christian front, maybe (actually is) if performed so, we would smile, shake hands and smile again at the triumphant exit of ‘a true man of God’.  I need the public definition of that. And that would be it.

A friend of mine may want to content himself, and if he does I may not be willing to argue with him soon, with his fact that he doesn’t see the disagreement between several traditional worships and Christianity. “That’s the Christianity under the one true God and not the real hypocrisy (I don’t know which, but the ones God will ultimately identify as such) of the Church leaders we see around”, he would say. Of course, this will never pass without some fight from several quarters for arguably obvious reasons. He believes even the Oro worshippers are so meticulous in their service to the creator of the universe, as they see fit their personal context that they should actually be envied by Christians who he perceives as been disoriented, confused and at loggerheads as to the original or true path to God, maybe or maybe not.

What may be unacceptable to many is the fact that if Prophet Ajanaku flirted in any way with the Ogboni, why did he never mention it? Well, that may be the code of the group – secrecy. And he probably didn’t see any reason why, as a Christian, he could not so flirt with the group as he did (if he truly was a member, that is) and, as an Ogboni flirt, any reason why he couldn’t be a Prophet. Maybe, he believed the interests both serve the same purpose, he might have been wrong. But who’s not prone to errors, misinformation and all-what-nots? Not even the Ps (Prophets, Pastors, Pope, Preacher, People) with their many interpretations of religious texts are without theirs.

And finally, there was a news piece on Osundefender published August, 29th that went on to attempt ratifying or disapproving of the general public appearance of our songster, Tope Alabi. Here’s a quote:


“Her mode of dressing/flashy and reddish skin of late as a gospel artiste has been a major concern to many of her ardent fans.

They were of the opinion that indecent dressing is ungodly and inimical to the growth of the Christian faith.

They believed that dressing is part of the worship but these days gospel artistes say God looks to the heart. It is what the heart sees that the body says.

Others were of the opinion that the sonorous singer is looking much lighter these days; suggesting that she’s bleaching her skin.

But the highly revered gospel singer has remained unperturbed about uncomplimentary remarks flying around about her mode of dressing and color of her skin.

According to her “My current marketer (Galaxy) released a life performance, Amazing Grace, where City People gave me an award as The Best Gospel Singer For the Year. People started criticizing me from churches, telling me that the way I dressed in that video was inappropriate.

They even said because I now apply makeup that I would go to hell. And funny enough I have been putting on earrings since I came out with Oore Ti O Common, I have been putting on trousers to follow my husband wherever we go, except church programmes.But what about my husband, won’t I dress to satisfy him?

My husband does not complain. He actually complains whenever I put on something like ( Iro and Buba).

He prefers it when I wear western clothes. He will even come back home and tell me whatever he saw ladies put on outside that he will like me to wear.

I can’t be going out shabbily dressed because I am singing gospel music” she squealed


The above quote may be sufficient in explaining itself. Who cares how she dresses? Her husband or the press? Well, maybe both but differently. Her husband wants her to sustain her style. The press, or grapevine if you mind, prefers she changes her style. Who would you rather obey? Your husband or the words of people you don’t know, have never met and possibly will never meet in your entire lifetime? No responses required.


Off all the above, lAkUnLeScReWs may simply be okay with the impact rather than the private life, a life I’m sure Tope Alabi will herself want to keep private, of a songster on the people of the world. I have never really been a fan of Tope Alabi until a few hours before writing this reaction to the outrage after seeing a few of the songster’s musical videos. I think they are great and what the world should give to her is praise. She dresses decently in her videos unlike the many acclaimed musicians who parade nude or almost nude ladies to gyrate their round bu**ocks at the recording camera with an intent to pique the erotic sense of the members of the audience; even the ones who are innocently out simply to kill their boredom.


The possible impacts of the many songs of Tope Alabi cannot in anyway be captured here. It can only be advised that in order to glimpse this, you need to see them for yourselves and for what they are without bias. Deep praises to the Almighty Creator of the Universe, Prayers, Encourage to work, service and devotion to man, maybe, and God, and a major concern in terms of prayer and advice for the development of her motherland, Nigeria.

How else to be a good woman? In concluding, Tope Alabi has come out to say his wife never demanded for sex as said in the press. Maybe some respite, maybe not. We are humans and thomases. JustThoughts




Virginities for sale: World’s Most Expensive Pabu

Rosie Reid, 18, from London also in 2004 sell em body to a bidder, a 44-year-old BT engineer (a divorced man) wey pay a reported £8,400. Na the girl's first time with a man. However, she been get lesbian lover wey dey wait outside the door, while Rosie and her customer dey work. Dem report say the lesbian lovers “just cried and cried” the next morning.
Rosie Reid, 18, from London also in 2004 sell em body to a bidder, a 44-year-old BT engineer (a divorced man) wey pay a reported £8,400. Na the girl’s first time with a man. However, she been get lesbian lover wey dey wait outside the door, while Rosie and her customer dey work. Dem report say the lesbian lovers “just cried and cried” the next morning.
In 2004, 24-year-old Cathy Cobblerson, 24, in 2004 placed advert on eBay to sell em virginity for $100,000.
In 2004, 24-year-old Cathy Cobblerson, 24, in 2004 placed advert on eBay to sell em virginity for $100,000.

Continue reading Virginities for sale: World’s Most Expensive Pabu

1st day with no Pope: 30 memorable photos of Cardinal Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger as the Pope

Benedict talks with bishops in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican after his weekly general address in November 2009.
Benedict talks with bishops in Saint Peter’s Square at the Vatican after his weekly general address in November 2009.
A gust of wind blows Benedict's collar into his face in September 2012 during his weekly address in Saint Peter's Square.
A gust of wind blows Benedict’s collar into his face in September 2012 during his weekly address in Saint Peter’s Square.

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Police against ‘Rape-Provoking’ Miniskirts


Women wey dey wear miniskirts or tops exposing part of dem stomach may be arrested by the Police.  One police person talk am in Swaziland.

“The act of a rapist is made easy, because it would be easy to remove the half-cloth worn by the women,” Wendy Hleta, na em yarn am.

Offenders wey dem arrest fit face six-month jail term, na 1889 dem make the law.

The ban also applies to low-rise jeans.

“They will be arrested,” she said.

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Tefina: New nasal spray to help women reach orgasm. This one na man-aid….sort of ‘female viagra’

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If-U-Miss-Am, Tefina na one new drug wey Canadian laboratory Trimel Pharmaceuticals develop to  boost libido while increasing the blood flow to the sexual organs.

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Na testosterone-based nasal spray wey women fit inhale two hours before sexual activity.

The effects fit last up to six hours and “We’ve already shown that for women with a low sex drive, testosterone therapy can increase not only their sexual desire and arousal, but also help them to reach orgasm,” researcher, Susan Davis from the Monash University of Australia na em yarn Medical Daily.

This na good thing especially considering the fact say many marriages go dey saved from the clutches of divorce and unhappiness.

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