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Notting Hill Carnival 2013

For the benefit of those who don’t know about what led to the above picture, here’s a hint.

The Notting Hill Carnival is an annual event that since 1966 has taken place on the streets of Notting Hill, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London, UK each August, over three days (the August bank holiday Monday and the two days beforehand). It is led by members of the West Indian community. The carnival has attracted around one million people in the past years, making it one of the largest street festivals in the world.

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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…

Girl Masturbates Endlessly on the Street after having Sex with a Rich Man

I came across this pictures some weeks back, but have been very emotional about blogging this. But on the other hand, I felt the need to reach out to those who have lessons to learn from what they are about to see, that was what gave me the momentum to do blog this.

If you are deeply involved or engrossed in the act and practice of Aristo[ism] [Aristo: A New Name For Prostitution On Campus. Dating an aristo is the latest barometer among campus girls for assessing wealth and position] then learn lessons from this images. Continue reading

Two Arik Air staff caught with cocaine at the Heathrow Airport in London

Two staff of Nigeria’s largest airline, Arik Air have been arrested at the Heathrow Airport in London for suspected drug trafficking on Tuesday. Continue reading

When the ‘FREE-MAD ONES’ converge

Shots from Terry G’s new video featuring Samklef, Slizzy E Turn ‘Cele Pastors’… Please I want to confirm. I was told that Terry G’s new baby is actually not for Terry G, so who is the daddy of the baby… Mr Terry G, who is playing who? Continue reading

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Shameless Photo of the Day: Title This Yourself

OAP

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The rate at which nudity has become a norm leaves one to wonder if there’s a gradual shift back to times in the Garden of Eden, before the serpent came into the picture… It has become extremely difficult difficult to draw the line between a whole and a non-whore… To a large extent, those who are found dressing like this hide under the pretence of either trying to ‘be themselves’ or ‘flaunting what they got’… That is not my ‘P’ not worry about… My question here is; as a man, would you (really) allow your woman dress like this to a public (or private) function? Guyz and gentlemen, please sincere here… Don’t forget to share… @mouzizidu

Atiku begins 2015 campaign by giving shoes to the shoe-less

In preparation for his 2015 massive campaign, former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar gives out shoes to the shoe-less.

Reasons behind his motive cannot to be totally ascertained as at the time of this post, but it is believed that he, Mr Atiku is trying to give back to Nigerians what the incumbent president deceitfully took away during his campaign.

But the questions on the lips of so many still remains, should Atiku provide shoes for the shoe-less, will the shoes cater for  more 100 million people? Since it is believed that 85% of Nigerians live below $1 (N150.00) per day.

The political routine in Nigeria still remains on the table of ‘give-and-take’ i.e. if he gives shoes to the shoe-less and they vote him into power, you can be sure he would take back the shows 2-weeks after his swearing-in.

Alhaji Atiku, please be careful what you wish you wish for.

Nigeria lacks good leaders – Olusegun Obasanjo

Former President, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, Saturday, said Nigeria lacks good leadership to administer her enormous potentials.

Obasanjo, who identified lack of quality leadership, among other factors, as major hindrances to development in Nigeria as well as other African countries, lamented the lack of leadership that could harness the resources to the point of noticeable development.

The former president spoke in Abeokuta during the final of Africa Region Inter-collegiate Debate on Human Security Africa, organised by Centre for Human Security (CHS), an arm of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library.

The occasion featured universities and secondary school students from Nigeria and other African countries who participated in a debate as part of the activities marking Obasanjo’s 76th birthday. Continue reading

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BIZZARE: Terrible Condition of Nigerian Prostitutes In Italy

This is indeed terrible and very shame. See how much pain some girls pass through to get into pain.

For nearly twenty years the women of Benin City, a town in the state of Edo, have been going to Italy to work in the sex trade and every year successful ones have been recruiting younger girls to follow them.

Many are Africans working as prostitutes to send money home to their families.

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“I Love Nigeria But Am Not A Nigerian” -Tonto Dike

Of a truth, its only a child without family values and precepts that will spit in the face of his wards and (or) guardian (or maybe the child was taught but went rogue).

Such is the case of the Rivers State born – alleged ‘Poko@ crooner – Tonto Dike.

I want to curtail my remarks as much as I can and leave you readers and followers of the MOUZIZ movement to air your views.

I will not sign 2013 budget – Jonathan tells Reps

President Goodluck Jonathan has told the leadership of the National Assembly that he will not sign the 2013 budget.

The leadership of the Senate, that of House of Representatives and officials of Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government (MDAs) will meet at 2pm today to reconcile faulty and bogus allocations in the budget.

The meeting will hold at the Senate complex. The N4.987 trillion budget was passed by both chambers of the federal legislature on December 19, 2012. It was transmitted to the President for assent on January 14, this year.

However, despite the early passage, President Jonathan has declined to sign the Appropriation. Confirming that there are issues with the budget, Minority Leader, House of Representatives, Hon Femi Gbajabiamilla, said the President has picked a hole in the bill as passed by the National Assembly. He said the President has communicated to the leadership of the National Assembly on some grey areas causing his delay in signing it. A member of the House, who does not want his name mentioned, said that the President rejected the bill and returned it to the National Assembly because of the pegging of oil benchmark at $79 by the legislature. The executive had proposed $75, but that was rejected by the lawmakers.

He said the President was not happy over the zero allocation given to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the budget by the National Assembly. The latter had hinged the zero allocation to SEC on the continued stay in office of the Director-General, Ms. Arunma Oteh . The House had passed a resolution asking the President to sack her, but the recommendation is yet to be implemented. Another grey area, according to the lawmaker, is the N63 billion added to the original budget proposed by Jonathan. The Presidency equally rejected some aspects of the capital project vote particularly the National Assembly Constituency project. In view of the alleged poor-implementation of the capital projects in the 2012 budget, the National Assembly had rolled over the non-implemented aspects of the capital projects, especially the constituency projects into 2013.

The move was turned down by the President who described it as illegal. The National Assembly had approved N4,987,220,425,601 as the 2013 budget. It comprised N387,976,000,000 for statutory transfer; N591,764,000,000 to service debts N2,386,024,770,349 for recurrent (non-debt)expenditure while the balance of N1,621,455,655,252 is for contribution to the development fund for capital expenditure. The figure passed by the two chambers was N63 billion more than N4.924 trillion original proposal presented to the joint session of the federal legislature by the President last October. On how the leadership of the National Assembly is taking the refusal to sign the budget bill, the lawmaker said the issues being raised by the President are being handled by the two chambers. He said:”This budget wahala ‘problem’ has come again.

The President has returned the 2013 budget that we passed before we went for Christmas break. Although the thing is yet to be made known officially to members, those who have seen it said SEC and benchmark issues were among the grey areas. Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriation, John Enoh, dismissed speculation that the budget has been rejected, saying the bill is still valid. He said: “All I know is that the budget cannot be returned through the window” The principal officers of the House held a marathon meeting on the matter yesterday. The House leadership met today to find a solution to the problem but we are yet to agree on the right step to take”, he said.

SOURCE: DAILY SUN