SHAME: Nigerian Student Breaks World’s Record For Longest Sex Ever

Witness Claims The OAU Undergraduate Engaged In ‘It’ Non-stop For 15 Hours 7 mins 23 seconds.

The boy didn’t stop until he was forced to stop. He has Sex for 15 Hours, 7 Mins and 23 Seconds Non Stop. Lord have mercy!

Am sure the parents of the young man would be wondering what kind of son they birthed… and you can be sure this is one of those times when the father would shift blames to the mother – that the boy is not his son, cause they don’t have such traits in his family… this guy might feel like an achiever (World Record holder), but I personally feel this is a big shame to Nigerians and to this country and also to the school he represents… mothers, please distant your daughters from this S** machine…

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Is he playing the flute or pipping?

You should no longer wonder where the inspiration comes from… I call this smoke-full meditation…

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, to speak at Nigeria Youth Summit in May

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The founder of Facebook, one of the most popular social network platforms, Mark Zuckerberg, is billed to visit Akwa Ibom State next month.

Zuckerberg is one of the guest speakers invited for a youth economic summit organized by the Niger Delta Young Professionals. Continue reading

Nigeria’s Most Popular Baby Daddies

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Nigeria’s foremost baby daddies

As award-winning, singer Tuface Idibia, exits the singles club, the world is watching the lips of some other ‘eligible’ artistes. Singer Innocent Idibia, aka Tuface, will happily tie the nuptial knots with his heartthrob of many years, Nollywood actress Annie Macaulay in Dubai on Saturday (tomorrow).

For the couple, who are both stars in their own rights, the much-vaunted wedding is the climax of a relationship that has somewhat managed to survive many storms and crises. Before Tuface made the all-important decision to walk down the aisle with Annie, many music fans had literally concluded that he was not marriageable. With about five children from three women, most single ladies had stopped dreaming of grabbing him for keeps.
For a while, the talented singer was the butt of many jokes rolling down the lips of every stand-up comedian in the country. Some of them even referred to him by funny pseudonyms. They called him ‘Father Abraham’. But all that now belongs to the past.
As the hour draws near, Tuface and his bride will be counting their blessings and looking forward to a future filled with marital bliss. Unfortunately the same cannot yet be said about his colleagues who have yet to summon the courage to quit bachelorhood.Interestingly some of these artistes are currently walking the same path that Tuface has just abandoned. Continue reading

Airtel alleged illegal lottery: Court joins NCC as defendant

Airtel ScamA Federal High Court in Lagos has joined the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, as a defendant in a suit seeking to revoke the operating licence of Airtel Nigeria Limited for allegedly operating an illegal lottery.

Trial judge, Justice Saliu Saidu, in a ruling on a motion filed by the initiator of the suit, Benjamin Owiadolor, also joined the National Lottery Regulation Commission, NLRC; Consumer Protection Council, CPC, and Secure Electronic Technology Plc, all as defendants to the suit.

Justice Saidu equally ordered Airtel to provide the call logs of Owiadolor in court.

Owiadolor, who is a lawyer, had filed the suit urging the court to mandate Airtel to refund all sums expended by subscribers who participated in the competition known as “wake up a millionaire promo” by way of credit, which should be done under the supervision of the NCC. Continue reading

Meet Woman Who Is Addicted To Drinking Blood

A 29 year old woman has admitted she is addicted to drinking blood. Michelle, 29, has been downing pig’s blood since she was a teenager, and now says she cannot be in a good mood without it.

‘Blood is as important as water to me,’ she says during her appearance on the show. ‘I like to drink blood when I’m reading, when I’m relaxing, when I’m watching TV, when I’m painting,’ she explains. ‘There’s never a bad time for me to drink blood.’

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NCC Fines Mobile Operators N22m

ncc n 6dasFor violating and contravening the ban on promotions and lotteries on their respective networks, the telecoms regulatory agency, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC Thursday  slammed a total of N22 million fine on the  four GSM operators including MTN, Globacom Limited,  Emerging Markets Telecommunications Services Ltd (Etisalat)  and Airtel.

The ban covered proposed and approved promotions and lotteries after the Commission was inundated with several complaints from consumers and stakeholders against various promotions in the various networks.

It would be recalled that  the four top telecoms firms in the country were fined a total N1.17 b  by the industry regulator by middles of last  year   for not meeting stipulated quality of service benchmarks called key performance indicators.

Accordingly, MTN Nigeria Communications Ltd, is to pay N10,000,000 (Ten Million Naira) on account of five promotions at N2,000,000(Two Million Naira) for each promotion while Etisalat  is to pay N6,000,000 (Six Million Naira) for three promotions in its network.

Similarly, Airtel is to pay N4,000,000 (Four Million Naira) for running two promotions against the ban while Globacom will pay N2,000,000 ( Two Million) for one promotion.

The notice of the sanctions, signed by the Commission’s Director of Legal and Regulatory Services, Ms. Josephine Amuwa, said,  “in the event of further non-compliance with the ban, and or refusal to pay the sanction amount within the stipulated time, the Commission shall have no other option than to impose stiffer penalties in accordance with the powers of the Commission, including but not limited to payment of N1,000,000 (One Million Naira) for each day that the contravention persists”.

The notice  further stated that the failure of the service providers to discontinue the promotions in accordance with the commission’s directives is a direct contravention of Guidelines on adverts and promotions, as well as the Nigerian Communications (Enforcement Processes, etc) Regulations 2005.

She said that  all  the operators have seven days to pay their respective sanction amounts from date of receipt of the sanction notice on February 22, 2013,  adding that the operators were  liable for   payment of the sum of N1,000,000 ( One Million Naira) for any day that the contravention persists.

It would be recalled that the Commission had earlier in a letter dated November 8, 2012, directed all the licensees to discontinue all promotions and lotteries running on their networks with immediate effect.

Meanwhile, sanctions on MTN were as a result of five promotions including,  Free Airtime for MTN to MTN calls (8AM – 5PM), MTN to MTN SMS and free MB for Data. Dial *559#, Free N100.00 airtime for MTN to MTN calls, Airtime Bonus valid for life. Dial *559#, MTN Super Saver, get 500%, bonus valid till midnight. Dial *507# and  Recharge with N100.00 today and get N500 FREE credit instantly. Hurry and recharge before January 22nd.

For Etisalat, three promotions that attracted it sanctions  will include buy a MIFI device and get 1GB free for six months, buy a router device and get 50 MB free data spread over four months and get 30% instant bonus on every plan subscription/renewal over 200MB.

On the other hand, Airtel is being sanctioned for two promotions including dongle and MIFI offerings and reverse auction service.

In addition, Globacom has been  sanctioned for  engaging in one promotion  of  BUY Samsung Galaxy SIII, or Galaxy Note II and get free 500 MB on activation, and free 100MB X 6 Months.

Globacom introduces new pocket-friendly tariff plans

Globacom has introduced five new subscriber friendly tariff plans targeted at its prepaid customers. The telecom company said the new plans, Hi-Flyer and Talkfree have been introduced to address the needs of high value voice and data subscribers while the new G-Bam, new Infinito and new Gista which already exist, have been repackaged to offer more value to customers.

Elaborating on the new tariff plans, Globacom’s Coordinator, Marketing, Adeniyi Olukoya said that the new tariffs will deliver more value to subscribers on the network. “Whether they spend more on calls or data, these new tariff plans will deliver more value as subscribers can make calls within the network for as low as 5k/sec and international calls for as low as 15k/ sec”, he said.

Olukoya explained that subscribers on the Talkfree plan will enjoy 150 free minutes and 150 free SMS monthly while Glo-to-Glo calls on the plan will be at 15k/sec and calls to other networks will be at the rate of 18k/sec. To enjoy the fantastic Talkfree rates subscribers will pay a monthly subscription fee of N1,000 only.

With the Hi-Flyer plan, customers who subscribe to any data plan from 200MB and above will enjoy calls to all networks at 18k/sec. Under this plan, the customers will enjoy the best data usage, unrivalled customer experience and fl at calling rates to all networks. Continue reading

First Ubuntu Phones available in October – Shuttleworth

Ubuntu Founder Mark Shuttleworth with the Ubuntu Phone

The first Ubuntu-powered mobile phones will be reportedly be available from October this year.

Reporting on a meeting Shuttleworth attended in New York earlier this week, Michael Hickins of the Wall Street Journal writes that the Ubuntu founder announced plans for the Phone to ship in ‘two large geographic markets’come October of this year.

October is a lot nearer than the ‘early 2014′ date previously proffered by Canonical – a date that many critics deemed to be ‘too late’ if the OS wishes to gain traction against rivals.

Mozilla will launch the first handset running their web-friendly Firefox OS in South America later this year. Other handset manufacturers, including ZTE, and over 7 major national network carriers have also announced plans to ship devices running it. Continue reading