Photo: See What Bleaching Cream Did To A Popular Nigerian Actress

Wonder they say shall never end, that is the adage that aptly illustrate the pity condition of a popular Yoruba actress, who is rumored to have turned a monster after consuming series of peroxiding creams.

The picture below was yesterday circulated on the social media, and it was tagged to the name of a star actress who shuttles between Nigeria and UK. She lives at Magodo Estate, Lagos Nigeria.

She got into acting in 2002. I want to believe this didn’t happen because of money or fashion but her stupidity because either you are dark or light in complexioned, you will still be attracted to real man

Nigerian Man Shares After S.ex Photos With His Girlfriend.

It looks like it’s becoming a kind of culture to be liberally foolish in doing mannerless things on social media y’all… what’s going on?!

So nothing we haven’t heard before yeah?! But this is fresh from the block – a guy has shared new photos on IG of a Facebook user who shared the photo with him and the girlfriend after they both had sex.

Though, the IG sharer didn’t disclose the location of the ill-mannered boyfriend, he blasted most Facebook users in the guy’s leagues “dumb“.

The IG sharer’s location says Lagos, so there’s every tendency that the mumu lovebirds in the photos are from the country.

The photos below:

Ex- Big Brother Naija Housemate “Gifty” Flaunts Goes N..aked On Instagram

Not quite long after she uploaded a nearly unclad photo of herself, former Big Brother Naija contestant, Gifty posed virtually naked yet again in another photo.

In the photo, the actress stands with her back facing camera, showing off her bare fair skin and butts. The caption reads:

“If it makes you happy, No one else opinion should matter

This comes some hours after she went unclad on social media, which generated a lot of negative comments – some sources claim though that she is only doing the act to gain the attraction of photographers, makeup artists.

Yeah well…

5 Bible Verses for Times of Struggle

For centuries, the Bible has given individuals strength to overcome their past, wisdom to deal with their present, and courage to face their future. And the explosion of online options has helped even more people understand just how the Bible connects with the hardships of their everyday lives.

Sure, reading a verse or two online doesn’t replace really digging into the Bible and understanding those verses in the context of the surrounding Scriptures. But one or two helpful Bible verses can definitely be a doorway to learning what God is trying to teach us through His Word. And when you’re struggling with tough stuff, one verse is sometimes all you need to cling to, meditate on and pray about.

Here are five common struggles you may find yourself facing, and some encouraging (and challenging) Scriptures that can help you through them:

1. Needing wisdom (James 1:5)

2. Feeling alone (Deuteronomy 31:8)

3. Feeling afraid (Isaiah 43:1b–2)

4. Feeling unloved (Romans 8:38–39)

5. Needing forgiveness (1 John 1:9 NIV)

Some of these verses might sound familiar, but that’s part of the beauty of the Bible. You can read the same words a dozen times, but they really jump out when they connect with your struggles.

And because God’s Word never changes, it always has the potential to connect with you where you are and in the struggles you face. Let’s look at each hardship and its corresponding verse more closely.

When You Need Some Wisdom

“If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you” (James 1:5 NIV).

You may be facing a decision or a challenge that’s pushing you to the edge. Don’t hesitate to bring that question to God. He’s promised to share His wisdom generously, without holding anything back. You can’t get better advice than from the Creator of the universe.

When You’re Feeling Alone

“The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged” (Deuteronomy 31:8 NIV).

Never is one of those words that carries a lot of weight. It can bring arguments and debates to a screeching halt. So, when God says He’ll never leave you or forsake you, you know He’s serious. He’s with you regardless of where you are or where you’re going. God Almighty stands by your side no matter what!

“Nothing escapes His notice, and nothing catches Him by surprise.”

When You’re Feeling Afraid

“‘Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze’” (Isaiah 43:1b–2 NIV).

Ever feel overwhelmed . . . like you’re walking through the fire and the flood? God understands, and He has a message for you: “Do not fear.” Nothing escapes His notice, and nothing catches Him by surprise. He’s in control. So, when you feel the fear welling up in your heart, rest in Him.

When You’re Feeling Unloved

“For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 8:38–39NIV).

Satan is the father of lies (John 8:44), and one of his go-to deceptions is telling us that no one—including God—really loves us. The truth is that God doesn’t just love you, He’s crazy about you. Nothing you do can make Him love you less. So ditch the lies and live in the light of the truth: You are loved!

When You Need Forgiveness

“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9 NIV).

You might wonder if you’ve gone too far this time, if God will take you back after your latest slip-up. Well, the simple answer is: Yes. He’s both faithful and just. So, while He recognizes your sin, He promises to forgive your sin—every time. Besides, He doesn’t really have to take you back because He never really let you go.

Whatever your hardship, you can find a wealth of advice out there—some good and some not so much. But the Bible is always the best starting point.

Why? Because its author happens to be the One who made you and loves you more than you could ever imagine. He wants you to live abundantly (John 10:10), and His Word is proof of that.

3 Bible Verses Every One Needs to Know

You know those verses that tell us children are a delight and a gift from God? Yeah, those Scriptures for parents don’t feel very helpful during a parenting crisis.

I’m talking about those moments when your teenage son pushes his little sister across the room because she turned the channel from the NBA draft to a Disney show. She runs toward him and kicks him in the shin. Seconds later, they’re both screaming, the dog is barking, and the entire house is in complete chaos.

We’ve all been there a time or two (or twelve). Y’all, those moments will test your patience like nothing else. And the last thing you’re thinking about is how your not-so-angelic little angels are a reward from the Lord. Those are the times we have to remember to parent with the goal in mind.

“Parent the heart well, and the actions you desire will follow.”

Right now, my kids are in elementary and middle school. We haven’t even hit the really tough years yet. I’m learning, though, to imagine the day they’ll pack their belongings into the car and pull out of the driveway as adults.

When I picture that day, all kinds of thoughts run through my head. Will my sons’ integrity be solid? Will my daughter’s character be strong? Will they have a thriving relationship with Jesus? What will they be thinking as they cruise down the road, waving goodbye to their mom and dad?

It’s a little overwhelming to consider, so I like to keep a few other Bible verses for parents in my back pocket—verses that refocus us on guiding the hearts of our children. They help me to parent today while keeping tomorrow’s driveway scene in mind. I pray they’ll help you too!

1. Proverbs 4:23 NASB: “Watch over your heart with all diligence, for from it flow the springs of life.”

My top priority as a parent isn’t to shape my children’s actions. It’s to focus on their hearts.

If I help them guard their hearts, then I don’t need to worry about every little thing they do. The heart is what brings life to my kids. It’s the glimmer in the eye of a happy baby, the delighted squeal of a little girl who is reunited with her military parent after months apart, the hardness of a rebellious teen, the apathy of a defeated young man. Because the state of the heart is the root of outward action, it’s our job to protect and guide our kids’ hearts toward right attitudes and a right relationship with God.

Parent the heart well, and the actions you desire will follow.

“Every time I encourage one of my kids, I’m making a deposit into their heart.” 

2. Hebrews 3:13 NIV: “Encourage one another daily.”

Every time I encourage one of my kids, I’m making a deposit into their heart. Every time I correct, it’s a withdrawal. My goal is to keep relational change in my pocket. In other words, I aim for more encouragement and less correction. Because correction is necessary, I want to encourage far more often to maintain a positive balance.

When my kids are feeling a deficit in our relationship—when I’m correcting far more than encouraging—they act out. And that can lead to a downward spiral of more withdrawals and zero deposits.

But if I take the time to encourage, my kids behave in ways that deserve more and more encouragement.

3. Proverbs 29:18 KJV: “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”

Does it ever seem like your kids forget they were made on purpose, for a purpose? I know mine do.

They forget that life is more than video games, sports and Disney. They forget they were created as an answer to a problem in this world. As their dad, it’s my job to keep reminding them—over and over again. I do my best to stir God-sized vision in their hearts!

I sit on my kids’ beds at night and dream with them about the future. I pray over them, encourage them to grow and learn, and look for every opportunity to remind them that God created them for a purpose.

And on days full of channel-changing and pushing and shin-kicks and screaming and barking, I try to imagine that driveway moment years away.

I tell myself, if our kids leave home with well-protected hearts—hearts full of humble confidence and a focus on God—then I know my wife Holly and I will have done what God called us to do. And all that chaos? It’ll have been totally, completely worth it.

Must read : 4 Simple Ways to Grow Closer to God This Year

Reaching your goals feels doable when the specifics are concrete—lose 15 pounds, pay off debt, get a new job. Specifics give you a starting point and tell you what to do.

Spiritual goals, though, are sometimes more abstract. We long to grow closer to God, but what does that look like? How will we get there? And will we even know when we’ve arrived?

So many questions! And thankfully we’ve got an answer: start small.

Our relationship to the Creator is one that will last a lifetime and then some. You won’t arrive in 2017 and, thankfully, no one expects you to. So put aside any worry or guilt that might be holding you back and commit to taking small steps each day, week and month as the year goes by.

1. Prayers for the year

Grab a sheet of paper, a pen, and some time to think. Consider the things you’d love to see happen that are a tad—or way—outside of your reach. What can only God do? Jot down your prayers, ask your spouse and kids for contributions, and commit the list to God. Display your prayers in a prominent spot and make a note next to ones that are fulfilled as the year goes by.

2. Verse for the month

Every month, select a verse to memorize and pray over your family. Try to choose a verse that’s either new to you or especially timely for you. Write it on an index card and make it your month’s mantra. To get started, try one of the following verses:

“Show me your ways, Lord, teach me your paths. Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.” —Psalm 25:4–5 (NIV)

“So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” —2 Corinthians 4:18 (NIV)

“And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” —Micah 6:8 (NIV)

3. Hour for the week

Substitute one hour each week of passive time and devote it to spiritual education. Trade TV time for devotional reading, commute time for podcast listening, or earbud time for meditation and prayer. If this sounds like a chore, remember the facts: A week holds 168 hours. You only need to borrow one.

4. Routine for the day

Create a brief—yes brief!—morning or bedtime routine that includes a few minutes of prayer and Bible study. If you’re a morning person, you might wake at 6 a.m., shower, spend 15 minutes in devotion and then get ready for the day. If you’re a night owl, you could be in bed and ready to sleep by 10 p.m. Then crack open your Bible to close out the night.

You Might Have HIV Without Knowing It… See the 3 Signs here

There is a high possibility of human beings contacting HIV/AIDS and living with the deadly disease with any visible symptoms of it.

In order to raise awareness and help you catch the disease early on, here are some symptoms in each stage of the diesease to watch for.

Stage one

The signs of HIV infection may not present themselves for years and possibly decades in some, but most people will experience flu-like symptoms 2-4 weeks after infection.

Headaches, fever, tiredness, swollen lymph nodes, joint pain and a possible rash are all signs of the HIV virus. These are also common symptoms for the normal flu, so if there is any possibility you’ve been infected and these symptoms show up, it’s best to be tested for HIV/AIDS and start treatment as soon as possible.

Stage two

After the initial flu-like symptoms, which may last for weeks, the virus enters a latent period where no symptoms are detectable. The latent period may last up to a decade if it’s not treated with ART, but with the help of the Antiretrovirals, the latent period can last for three or more decades.

Stage three

By stage three the HIV virus has advanced to full blown AIDS, and not much can be done. Once AIDS symptoms settle in, it is usually fatal within 2-3 years. Advanced AIDS is most often identified by extreme and rapid weight loss.

AIDS sufferers may also have prolonged diarrhea (lasting more than a couple weeks), pneumonia, extreme fatigue, herpes (mouth and genital sores), a persistent dry cough, severe night sweats, dementia and red, brown, pink or purple blotches on the skin.

Not all AIDS patients have every one of these symptoms, but many will.

See Photos : Meet Nkem ‘Osuofia ‘Owoh’s Wife and Children

Can you imagine Nollywood without Nkem Owoh? It`s almost impossible for his fans! They want to know more about him! Do not miss a chance to find out more about Nkem Owoh wife and children! Continue reading for more information!

nkem owoh family and children

Nkem Owoh Family

nkem owoh family and children

His natural talent and comic personality can make you laugh all day long. His wife also enjoys his company as he has a really great sense of humor. Even though he did not start begin his career in movies, he seems to fit right into the movie industry.

Still, he has a family that misses him while he is on a movie set. He once said his two daughters have talked about seeing more of him on TV than in real life. Nevertheless, he has managed to provide and support his family!


Must Read : See The New Deadly Disease Worse Than HIV That Condoms Can’t Stop

Unmarried men too seem to prefer condoms as the popular method to protect against STIs. But for a virus whose disease has no symptoms, the inefficacy of condoms allows for faster and wider spread, especially amongst those with multiple s*x partners. The only 100 per cent effective way to prevent HPV transmission is abstinence from any s*xual contact, including oral, an*l, and vaginal s*x. See also: Morning after:That ‘oops’ moment when women’s emergency pills backfire Since abstinence may not be a realistic option, Dr Mugo advises remaining monogamous while in a relationship, vaccination and screening for women. Women can also pass viruses without having any symptoms.

But the chance of females infecting men is estimated at less than five per cent of the rates of male-to-female transmission. There are more than 100 types of HPV and about 13 of these are cancer causing, with HPV types 16 and 18 causing approximately 70 per cent of all cervical cancers worldwide. Sadly, it’s physically difficult to tell whether your partner has the HPV virus unless they have private part warts, yet those who do not have visible signs can also spread the virus. The other interesting aspect of this particular virus is that you do not need to have s8*x for it to be passed on from one person to another. The virus is found in the flora of the man-hood, scrotum, vag1na, vulva@, or anus of a person who has the HPV. One can get infected through kissing or touching an infected s8*x organs or through oral s3’x.
Since cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among adult women, in the developing world, and the second most common cancer among women worldwide, preventive measures include getting a pap smear for women and/or getting vaccinated. Better still, it’s important that you be honest with your partner about your s3’x history. Immunizing all girls before becoming sexually active ideally aged nine to 13 years in order to lower the risk of HPV took off in Kenya under a pilot project in Kitui County in 2013, targeting 20,000 girls