Ladies, See The Reason Why You Shouldn’t Wear Panties To Bed

Dear ladies, except when you are having your monthly flow, you have no business wearing p*nts to bed. What reasons do doctors have for this ‘prescription’?

See them below:

*Physicians say the female geni-tal needs to ‘breathe’ in order to maintain its pH balance and prevent fungi and odour. So, going to bed without your p*nts on will aerate your nether region.

*Family Physician, Dr. Grace Obong, says during the day, women wear a variety of panties and tight outfits that hardly allow their privates to breathe. She says though it’s advisable and absolutely preferable to wear cotton panties, many women still opt for polyester panties, with the attendant heating up of the geni-tal area while the day lasts.

*For those who may not like to go to sleep without having p*nts on, Obong recommends wearing of boxers or pyjamas.

*Experts at women’s health say the vag-ina normally has a balance of mostly “good” bacteria and fewer “harmful” bacteria. However, a condition called bacterial vagi-nosis, develops when the balance changes. This may lead to abnormal vagi-nal discharge with an unpleasant odour, while some women may complain of a strong fish-like odour, especially after s*x.

*Other symptoms may include burning when urinating, itching around the outside of the vag-ina, and irritation; while some women with bacterial vagi-nosis have no symptoms at all,” Obong adds.

*Wearing panties to bed can lead to too much moist in the female geni-tal area, and this can lead to vagi-nal yeast infection, most commonly due to the fungus Candida albicans.

*Again, Certified S*xuality Counselor, Evelyn Resh, says, “I do not recommend that women wear underwear to bed. Taking a break from underwear for the eight or so hours that you’re asleep gives you an opportunity to ‘air-out’ down there! Best to have an underwear-free zone while sleeping.”

*And while yeast infection is not a s*xually transmitted illness, physicians say some men will develop symptoms such as itching and a rash on the p*nis after having s*xual contact with an infected woman.

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10 NIGERIAN PASTORS WHO GAVE FAILED PROPHECIES IN 2016 (MUST SEE)

Many Nigerians are not going to forget the prophecies reeled out by some Nigerian prophets last year. This is particularly because many of the spiritual predictions, apart from generating controversies, did not also come to pass.

1. I saw a woman win US election — T.B Joshua

The General Overseer of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, T.B Joshua, got the world talking when he predicted a win for Democratic Party candidate, Hillary Clinton, against Republican candidate, Donald Trump, during the November 8 presidential party election in the United States.

The man in the Synagogue, as Joshua’s teeming followers love to address him, had stated during a Sunday service that he got a vision that a woman would emerge as the US’ 45th President.

He said to an estatic audience, “I want to share with you what I saw in a vision 10 days ago. I saw the new president of America with a narrow win. That was 10 days ago. In a vision, it was a man that would have won the election. The Lord said narrowly 99 per cent voted for this woman and the woman narrow win (sic). I saw her facing challenges… It was in a vision. They were telling me that 10 days ago. There are a lot of visions and prophecies on the Internet. The men of God saying opposite things, maybe they saw it 15 days ago. They saw a man. I saw a woman 10 days ago because of two straight lines that came together. I want to salute the opposition.’’

He also said the major challenger (Trump) of Hillary Clinton should be awarded after the election for putting up a good fight. However, the emergence of Trump as the US President-elect threw a spanner in the works of the prophecy.

The Sunday after the Tuesday election, T. B Joshua told the congregation, ‘‘We were at a controversial service last Sunday. The prophecy itself was not controversial. The prophecy caused uproar to many who gave it different meanings and interpretations. The prophecy I gave, thousands of people in the US cried to God. They called and sent me emails. They said they heard my prophecy and prayed to God to change it.’’

2. A northern group’ll recreate CPC — Ayodele

The founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, is no stranger to prophecies. In fact, he reels out prophecies every New Year. Believed to have made many spiritual prophecies that came to pass in the past, some of the ones made in 2016 did not materialise.

Ayodele prophesied that “A northern party will emerge. CPC (Congress for Progressives Change) is not yet over. A group from the North will recreate the CPC with a northern person in charge.’’

In the nation’s political space at least last year, no group from the North has recreated the CPC which merged with the Action Congress of Nigeria and two other parties to form the ruling party, All Progressives Congress. If anything, apart from the 40 political parties in the country, about 60 fresh applications for party registration are currently before the Independent National Electoral Commission.

3.“Nigeria’s economy’ll shock the world” – Eugene Ogu

The General Overseer of Abundant Life Evangel Mission, Apostle Eugene Ogu, reportedly predicted that the country’s economy would improve despite the global drop in oil prices, adding that the naira would gain strength in the first quarter of 2016.

He said, “Nigeria’s economy will shock the nations of the world. 2016 is a year of divine promotion by the will of God. No man or political party will ever toy with the destiny of Nigerians again. Those who dug the pit of corruption will fall into it.”

In reality, Nigerians complained of hard times throughout the year as the country’s economy entered recession while the naira had since fallen to its lowest in decades against the US dollar.

4. Buhari ’’ll perform well in 2016 — Abidoye

Also, the Spiritual Head of Cherubim and Seraphim Movement, worldwide, Most Reverend (Dr.) Samuel Abidoye, predicted that President Muhammadu Buhari would perform creditably well in the year 2016 and surprise Nigerians with an improved and better government

Although the military recorded key victories against insurgency in the North-East, including the capture of the dreaded Sambisa Forest, Nigerians are groaning under economic hardship and the current recession.

5. ‘Peterside will be Rivers governor’ – Christopher Owolabi

Presiding cleric, Christ Apostolic Church, Ori-Oke Irapada, Omu-Aran, Kwara State, Prophet Christopher Owolabi, said the Peoples Democratic Party’s Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State would be removed from office in 2016 unless he prayed fervently against it. He also said the APC would win the governorship election in Rivers State.

“Fayose should pray very hard to overcome an imminent impeachment from office in 2016… I can also see, as it was revealed to me, the APC candidate in the Rivers State re-ordered fresh governorship election, Dakuku Peterside, being declared the winner of that election,” the cleric, who reportedly predicted the emergence of Bukola Saraki as Senate President, was quoted as saying.

Removal from office could be said to be the least of the troubles Fayose battled in 2016. He ensured that the tenure of the 19 APC lawmakers ended without achieving their aim to remove him from office. Once the state House of Assembly became populated with members of his party after the legislative election, he heaved a sigh of relief.

It was the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Department of State Services that tasked his political and physical strength. Besides, his open and continued criticism of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration became one of his major focuses in 2016.

It is not also contestable that Governor Nyesom Wike of the PDP is still in charge of Rivers State.

6. Osinbajo may go missing after a meeting — Kasali

Like other clerics, the General Overseer of the Hour of Mercy Prayer Ministry, Prophet Muyideen Kasali, unveiled some of his prophecies for the year 2016, on January 10.

Kasali, who is a blind prophet, prophesied that Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo would go missing after leaving a meeting.

He said, “Pray for Nigeria’s vice-president so that the enemies would not triumph over him, and that he won’t get missing after leaving a meeting.”

Nothing of such happened to the vice-president. In fact, many Nigerians have described Osinbajo as a workaholic.

In 2016, Osinbajo travelled round the country and attended several meetings on behalf of the President. There were times he travelled to two or three states in a day. He also went on many foreign trips.

Not on one occasion was Osinbajo reported to have gone missing after leaving a meeting.

Also, the cleric said the All Progressives Congress would split into four groups last year.

He warned the party against mismanaging the electoral success it at­tained in the 2015 general elections. According to him, the APC after becoming too proud and drunk with success, will eventually crumble at the federal level and split into four groups.

He said, “This year, 2016, will be a year of many political crises. APC will split into four groups, and there will no longer be unity among them. They will be over bloated; too much success will destroy the party.”

Though there was crisis within the party, the party did not split into four groups throughout the year 2016.

7. The Queen of England may die — Iginla

In January 2016, the General Overseer of Champions Royal Assembly, Prophet Joshua Iginla, an Abuja-based pastor, released his predictions for the New Year. Unlike other clerics, Iginla’s predictions cut across various countries. Many of his predictions about Nigeria were correct. In fact, he warned that the country would experience economic recession and that is the current situation in the county now. But on his foreign predictions, one of the most controversial of them was that the Queen of England may die.

He said, “The Queen of England should pray for her health. I see strong challenge and should pray to see the end of the year.”

Apart from a cold during Christmas, the Queen had a spectacular 90th birthday celebration in the year.

Similarly, Iginla also said a major stampede at a religious gathering in Zambia would claim lives.

He said, “I see a major stampede in a major programme that will be held by a major man of God in the country of Zambia. It will claim lives. The prophet should work on his crowd control unit so that he won’t be accused of using people for rituals while his hands are clean.”

Last year, Zambia did not record any ‘major’ stampede at a religious gathering. Instead, it was in India that a major stampede at a religious gathering occurred.

8. El-rufai should revoke preaching law or die — Suleiman

Following the furore that greeted the proposed religious preaching bill by the Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, Apostle Johnson Suleiman of the Omega Fire Ministry declared that the governor should revoke the bill or die.

Though Suleiman’s pronouncement could not be classified as a prophecy, its weight made it controversial since it amounted to a spiritual decree. It also generated a lot of reactions on social media.

During a service, Suleiman expressed distaste over the bill, noting that such amounted to suppressing the freedom of religion.

He said, ‘‘I am not against sanitising the state. But you say people should get licence for preaching, it is not applicable in Nigeria. Even a herbalist does not get a licence for practising herbalism. When you say licence for preaching, you are standing against the constitution that gives freedom of worship. There are certain laws that cannot happen in this country. Not when Nigeria is under God. If need be, heaven will intervene over this matter. I am saying this to the Executive (Governor) of Kaduna State, revoke this law or die.’’

In his reaction to the declaration, the governor said he was sure to die someday but challenged the cleric to name the day he would die.

The governor noted, “I have not seen anyone talking about Islam actually. Most of the people that say I would die, as if I would not die, are people who call themselves Christian clergymen. Of course, I will die. If that apostle is truly an apostle, he should mention the day I will die.’’

The state government has not revoked the bill though the noise over it has abated. But el-Rufai is still living despite non-revocation of the bill.

Among his predictions last year, Suleiman predicted that except Americans prayed, President Barack Obama would seek third term with a likelihood of the presidential elections not holding.

The cleric said, ‘‘If Americans don’t pray, there will be no election in 2016 as Obama wants a third term.”

Clearly, there was no such case of desire for tenure elongation by Obama. The presidential election held and a winner emerged in person of the Republican Party candidate, Donald Trump.

Obama did not only concentrate on smooth transition of power, he also campaigned for his party’s (Democratic Party) candidate, Hillary Clinton, who lost to Trump. At no time, before or during the electioneering was any issue about seeking third term in office raised.

9. New STD to emerge — Adeboye

The revered cleric and General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on January 1, also gave prophecies for the New Year.

About Nigeria, he said things were likely to get tougher before they got better but things would get better before the end of last year. He also said international natural disasters, floods, fires, earthquakes were likely to get progressively worse, until governments realised that these were part of divine judgments against those who pass ungodly laws.

Aside prophesying that a major war would be averted this year, Adeboye added that a new sexually transmitted disease would surface in 2016.

Last year, there were no reports of any new sexually transmitted disease. The only virus which made headlines last year was Zika virus.

Zika virus is a mosquito-borne flavivirus first discovered in Uganda in 1947 in monkeys through a network that monitored yellow fever. It was later identified in humans in 1952 in Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania. Outbreaks of Zika virus disease have been recorded in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific.

On social media, several reactions trailed Adeboye’s prophecy on new sexually transmitted disease. There were arguments about whether or not the prophecy came to past.

An anonymous person wrote, “It’s almost the end of the year and we are yet to see the newly minted sexually transmitted disease that Daddy G.O promised us. And no, Ebola doesn’t count. Ebola has been sexually transmitted in Africa for years.”

Besides, things were tough in 2016 for Nigerians as the country faced an economic recession.

10. Buhari may be killed – Father Mbaka

Controversial Catholic Priest, Reverend Fr. Ejike Mbaka, warned of the possibility of some masterminds of corruption killing President Muhammadu Buhari in 2016.

Mbaka spoke while delivering his prophetic messages at the Adoration Ground, Enugu State.

He said, “Many people are planning, as it is revealed, to kill Buhari. There are many plans on how to eliminate his life so that corruption, embezzlement will continue.” But throughout 2016, there were no reports of plots to kill the President. So far, the President is hale and hearty. Also, the cleric said the President would expose names of looters.

He said, “By the end of this year, Buhari will expose the names of the people who looted money meant for our roads. What we are suffering now is the resultant effect of the last malignant administration that was intrinsically corrupt. What we are suffering now arose from past administration. But the Lord says there is hope. Many people are going to suffer. We should all get ready. But after the suffering, we will all smile.”

Last year, President Buhari did not reveal names of those who looted the country’s funds. Many Nigerians had expected the President to reveal the identities of public officials from whom stolen public funds were recovered. Instead, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo explained that the government did not name the looters because doing so would jeopardise ongoing investigations.

MAN GIVES HIS WIFE THE SILENT TREATMENT, GOES FOR 20 YEARS WITHOUT SPEAKING TO HER (MUST SEE)

A Japanese man refused to talk to his wife for 20 years despite living in the same house as her.

Otou Yumi shared the home with his wife, Katayama, and their three children in Nara, southern Japan.

Katayama tried making conversation but only ever received a nod or a grunt in response, Mail Online reported.

The two-decade long silent treatment was revealed by the couple’s son Yoshiki, 18, who wrote to a TV show asking them to intervene.The show brought the pair together in the park where they had their first date, as their emotional children watched on.

‘Somehow it’s been a while since we talked.“You were so concerned about the kids,” her husband responds, adding. “Yumi up until now, you have endured a lot of hardship. I want you to know I’m grateful for everything.”

As their daughters are seen becoming emotional, Otou goes on to explain that he has been giving her the cold shoulder out of jealously for the attention lavished on the children.

“I was kind of … jealous. I was sulking about it. There’s no going back now I guess.”

SINGER TEKNO LEAVES UBI FRANKLIN’S MMMG RECORD LABEL

According to Instablog9ja 3 years after signing him, Ubi Franklin confirms Tekno’s departure from his record label

Tekno has officially departed Ubi’s MMMG, to start off his own yet to be named record label. He dropped the hint in a video posted on his page, some days ago. In a phone chat this evening, Ubi Franklin confirmed his departure and wished him well. Tekno was signed to MMG in 2013.

Speaking with Planet TV, Ubi, said if Tekno, who recently snagged three awards at the just concluded Soundcity MVP Awards, decides on leaving his label once his contract expires, he can.

In his words:

Am sure when his contract expires, if he wants to go, I don’t have a problem with that. I am not trying to hold back on any artiste. My dream coming to the entertainment industry is to create, build, release to the world, and say, this is what we’ve done.

Also Yesterday Tekno took to his IG page to thank Upfront and Personal Boss Paul Okoye for buying 50% shares of his label. He didn’t mention anything about Triplemg or Ubi Franklin, his label boss

“IF YOU EAT FUFU OR EBA WITH YOUR HANDS, YOU HAVE NO HOME TRAINING” – NIGERIAN LADY OMOLARA

Queen has set Twitter Nigeria ablaze after she posted the below message on her page. Twitter User Naomi Omolara @Nigerian_Queenn from osun state says people who eat eba or Fufu with their hands have no home training..

See The tweet below:

PHOTOS: ACTOR CHINEDU IKEDIEZE WELCOMES A CHILD WITH HIS WIFE!!! UPDATE NOT HIS CHILD (MUST SEE)

Update!!!

We earlier brought you reports about Chinedu Ikedieze who apparently, took to his Instagram to post a picture of a new born child and captioned the picture: 

“UNTO US

A CHILD

IS BORN

#graciousgod”

Everyone thought the actor has welcomed a child with his wife, but no.. It is actually his niece.

The comic was mischievous in sharing the news of the arrival of his niece. The actor initially did not indicate that the baby was his niece and we all believed his wife just gave birth. Hours after congratulatory messages from his fans flooded the comment section of the post, he went to update his post indicating the baby is his niece.

BEFORE the news went viral:

AFTER the news went viral:

Spot the difference?

Aki got married to his wife Nneoma in 2011 and their marriage generated a lot of talks looking at his height and that of his wife. But despite all that, the couple has been enjoying their marital life.

PHOTOS: MAN VALENTINE ONU SET TO MARRY THE LADY HE MET THROUGH MMM

Man proposes to lady who provided help for him on MMM Facebook user, Valentine Onu is about getting married to a lady who was matched to provide help to him on the money doubling scheme.

Oga Valentine Onu has just taken to facebook to share a good news;

MMM did not stop at pH n gh. I fell in love with a girl I was matched to pay. I made my intention kwn to her, mmmmmmmm am shy to say this………… But the truth is she has come all the way from Ogun to Enugu to see me. And with the little time we spent together she was just excellent. I proposed to her she sayyyyyyyyyyyyy yes. Another MMM wedding rigging. Talk to me directly if you Cares 08068728599. MMM in Enugu soonest than we may think.

PHOTOS: 24-YEAR-OLD MONARCH NDUKA EZEAGWUNA II, CROWNED THE 20TH KING OF ISSELE-UKU, DELTA STATE, RECEIVES STAFF OF OFFICE (MUST SEE)

The Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has sued for peace in order to allow for development in the state.

The governor made this plea on Thursday in Issele-Uku, Aniocha North Local Government Area of the state while presenting the staff of office to the Obi of Issele-Uku, Obi Nduka Ezeagwuna.

Okowa, while presenting the state of office to the 24-year-old monarch, emphasised the need for peaceful co-existence among the people of the area.

He was represented by the state Deputy Governor, Kingsley Otuaro.

The governor said there was no way a community without peace could achieve any meaningful development.

He called on those who were having disputes to settle them and embrace peace in the interest of progress and sustainability of development.

While congratulating the Obi on his ascension to the throne of his late father, Okowa urged him to rule his people with the fear of God, noting that Issele-Uku kingdom had been blessed to have good kings who listened to their people.

He said, “I know as you ascend the throne today, there will be lots of challenges but you must listen to your people, adopt their culture, and they will be proud of you at all times.”

Okowa warned the people against indulging in acts capable of bringing disgrace to the king and the entire community.

The governor thanked the people for their support for his administration, and assured them that he was working hard to bring prosperity and dividend of democracy to all Deltans.

In his remarks, Ezeagwuna thanked the people of Issele-Uku, the Omo Noba Nedo, Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, the Oba of Benin, for the opportunity given to him to undergo an eye-opening orientation towards assuming the throne.

The monarch explained that the Issele-Uku royal succession process bequeathed to the people by their forebears, was well defined.

He said, “It takes a man of noble spirit to respect and abide by the process.”

The coronation ceremony was witnessed by a large crowd from all walks of life, including some of the monarch’s lecturers from the University of Ibadan, where he graduated in Petroleum Engineering.

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