As Nigerians continue to celebrate the victory of the Super Eagles over the Ivorian national team otherwise, known as the Elephant, Association of Nigerian Prostitutes (ANP) has said that their promise of one-week free sex boosted the Eagles victory against Ivory Coast.
In a telephone chat with MOUZIZ, ANP General Secretary, Jessica Elvis while congratulating the Super Eagles for flying over the Ivorians said they have not forgotten their promise.
Her words: “We are really happy for the sweet victory over Drogba and co. Our free sex promise contributed massively to this victory and I must thank my members for this decision.
Speaking further, a visibly elated Elvis said: “Our target is not to get to the semi final or the final, all we want is the cup and with the usual support of ANP, Super Eagles must fly,” she said.
“We are making plans to send more ANP members to South Africa to support the Eagles for the next match,” she added.
Asked if there would be free sex for the victory over Ivory Coast, Jessica after a long laughter said: “Ashawo, come f’**k, na gold we talk no be semi final.
“Seriously we are ready to declare one week of free sex if they get the gold,” she assured.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria defeated the Elephants of Ivory Coast in a quarter-final encounter that was played this afternoon in South Africa, with Mba scoring a brilliant winning goal.
Sultry singer, Dencia, has taken a clean swipe at those who condemn nudity in music videos.
Recently, the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC), banned seven videos including P-Square’s ‘Alingo’, Timaya’s ‘Bom Bom’ and Chuddy K’s ‘Chop My Dollar’ for sexual content and Dencia feels all these is killing the dance culture, which in her opinion includes showing off cleavage, etc.
She tweeted: “Y do Africans complain about ass & boobs shaking in videos when its part of the dance culture? I’ve bin to villages where they dance naked.”
Although most of Dencia’s videos are provocative, none has ever been banned by the NBC.
The concert tagged “The Love Hope War Tour” will feature the popular American Gospel artiste, “two time Grammy Awards nominee, 4 time Stellar Awards winner and 2 time Dove award nominee” DA TRUTH alongside the multiple award winning Nigerian rapper “BOUQUI” on the 8th of February 2013 at the Unilag Sports Complex, Akoka Yaba, Lagos.Also billed to perform at the concert is Jahaziel “Mobo Awards winner”, and Faith Child, Mobo Awards nominee from the UK. Representing Africa on the stage are ABEL CHUNGU MUSUKA from Zambia, PRINCE CJAY from South Africa and Zimbabwe’s gospel finest artiste “ILLCEEY”. The big concert will also parade the very best of Nigeria Gospel stars including PANAM PERCY PAUL, The Wellu Wellu master “SAMMIE OKPOSO”, the songbirds’ NIKKI LAOYE and JAHDIEL, EBEN, TIM GODFREY and The XTREME CREW.
Also to rock the Unilag Sports Complex stage includes Nutty Josh, RoofTop MC and The Midnight Crew from Nigeria while Alien Nation and Xplicit Dancers will provide the arena with some ground breaking moves and steps.The Love Hope War Tour which was put together to promote Da T.R.U.T.H’s new album titled “Love, Hope and War” worldwide has already begun in many cities across the United States of America and will hit Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria before it moves to Zimbabwe and South Africa respectively later in the month. Continue reading →
Microsoft on Tuesday announced a partnership with Chinese manufacturer Huawei to offer an affordably priced smartphone in Africa geared toward tapping into the continent’s exploding mobile market.
4Afrika smartphone Introducing the phone at an event in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, a Microsoft executive said the aim was to have the 4Afrika phone priced at below $200. The Huawei phone model is not exclusive to the continent, but the 4Afrika version is being adapted to African markets, including with apps geared toward specific countries. At the Nigerian event, officials demonstrated apps including a dictionary for the local Yoruba language and local news. Continue reading →
Two men of God were over the weekend allegedly lured to patronise harlots at a popular brothel at Cable Point, Asaba, the Delta State capital, when they went there to preach to the ladies of easy virtue.
It was learnt that the pastors from a very popular church along Ibusa Road in the state had visited the area to convert and win over the sex workers to their church, but they were themselves seduced by the prostitutes who had sex with them and later burnt their Bibles and clothes.
Sources said the men of God (names withheld) had resolved in one of their meetings to win many converts, especially the prostituteswho stay in brothels, in order for them to grow their church’s membership.
Cable Point is a notorious stop-over for hoodlums and has the largest number of brothels and casinos in the south-south region.
An eyewitness said that preachers had gained audience with the harlots but after a period of time they were disoriented by the sudden display of breasts and other revealing body parts which reportedly hypnotized the preachers. Their hosts then took them into their rooms where they were said to have performed ‘quickies.’
It was later learnt that fight broke out when the evangelists regained their composure and insisted on not paying the harlots’ bills, arguing that that was not their original mission. During the scuffle, they ladies reportedly burnt the pastors’ Bibles and clothes……
But who is to be blamed,the prostitutes or the pastors?