Friday, May 31, 2019

IMPORTANT THINGS MEN GAIN FROM DATING BEAUTIFUL WOMEN

For everything that has an advantage, there are equally disadvantages. The same also applies when it comes to dating beautiful women. Some the advantages however includes
 1.Confidence Enhancing: A beautiful women is always a prized catch. More so, if there were other guys vying for her attention and you came out with flying colors. Hence, the confidence enhancement to overcome greater challenges in life.
2.Career Booster: All beautiful women are not always after your looks. Stability in your career is something they look out for before they commit. This is something not unknown to the guys. Hence, the inspiration to perform and the booster dose to their career.
3.Stable Relationship: A couple with the female more attractive than the male have been found to have longer and more stable relationships. This no doubt, is an important benefit of dating beautiful women, if you are looking to settle down soon. : You may not be getting married right away. You may also not be finally successful with the first few women. Dating a beautiful women earlier on however, makes you attractive e other ladies.
4.Makes You More Attractive To Other Women
5.Beauty Without Makeup And Least Efforts: If your women is naturally beautiful, she will remain so without trying too hard. And yes, she will still be attractive in bed the next morning.
6.Boosts Your Immunity: If your women is beautiful, it goes without saying that you will have a healthy sex life. This in turn is sure to boost your immunity and will help in leading a healthy life. That is it, hope you enjoyed this if yes, hit share button.

NYSC Registration Date Officially Postponed For NYSC 2019 Batch B


The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) has announced that the 2019 Batch B registration will now run from Saturday 1st June to Wednesday 12th June 2019. This was revealed in a tweet from the NYSC official handle that read:

PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform 2019 Batch "B" Prospective Corps Members that Online Registration commences on Saturday 1st June to Wednesday 12th June, 2019.
Signed:
Management.

Naira Marley: GTB, Mastercard, Visa Representatives To Testify Against Singer

GTB officer, Master Card official, seven others to testify against Naira Marley

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is set to present nine witnesses in its case against musician Azeez Fashola, aka Naira Marley, The PUNCH can report.

According to court documents obtained by our correspondent, the witnesses would give evidence of their investigation, tender exhibits and reveal their findings to the court.

Three of the witnesses were said to have taken the defendant’s and witnesses’ statements.

The remaining are representatives of Mastercard, Visa Inc and Guaranty Trust Bank, who are expected to tender relevant card and account details of the defendant to the court.

The artiste was arrested on May 10 at 9 Gbangbala Street, Ikate, Lekki, Lagos, together with Omomniyi Temidayo (aka Zlatan Ibile) and three others for alleged advance fee fraud.

After his arrest, the anti-graft agency filed 11 charges against Naira Marley bordering on alleged cybercrime and identity theft.


The alleged crimes were in contravention of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act and the Cyber Crimes Act, which the artiste risks seven years in jail if found guilty.

Section 33 (2) of the Act, which Naira Marley was accused of contravening reads, “Any person who uses: a counterfeit access device; an unauthorised access device; an access device issued to another person; resulting in a loss or gain commits an offence and shall be liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term of not more than seven years or a fine of not more than N5,000,000.00 and forfeiture of the advantage or value derived from his act.”


The charges with suit number FHC/L/178C/19 were filed before a Lagos State High Court.

Source: https://punchng.com/gtb-officer-master-card-official-seven-others-to-testify-against-naira-marley/

Biafra Heroes Day: Igbos, Asari Dokubo, Ijaw, Ogoni, Annang Celebrated -


Biafra : See How Some Igbos, Ijaws Ogoni, Annang Celebrated Heroes Day


Shan George Blasts Ned Nwoko, Regina Daniels Husband -


Veteran Nollywood actress, Shan George has called out Ned Nwoko, Regina Daniels’ husband, over his recent marriage to the budding actress in a post & delete on social media. She wrote:

Senator Ned Nwoko is an ugly sad little prick, with all his so called billions, aside sleeping wit some greedy actresses and buying them cars, or marrying little children all over the place, who him epp? Is there a free well equipped children’s hospital in his own village built by him? Or a free primary/secondary school for all children of his village? Or free care home for d aged widows in his village? I mean only in his village, at least he can afford it. I’ve never seen an adult so disgusting and shameless. Wicked enough to put a lil child like Regina in a traditional cult of ‘don’t ever cheat on me’. His place in hell will sure be d hottest. (Well, this is just my opinion) Shan George.”

See more: https://gistmore.com/you-are-disgusting-and-shameless-actress-shan-george-blasts-ned-nwoko

Thursday, May 30, 2019

Biggest Mistakes Women Make In Dating

Analysing mistakes Women makes in dating Some dating mistakes aren’t a big deal. There’s a lot of things you can do “wrong” that won’t end up costing you in the grand scheme. Then there’s mistakes that aren’t so harmless. Over my time coaching dating, these are the 7 biggest mistakes I see women make that lead to the most pain, worst choices in partners, and least overall fulfillment. Thinking you’ll find love without meeting lots of men If you want a great job, you spend thousands of hours at school and college, working to earn it. If you want to master a sport, you spend thousands of hours practicing. And if you want a great relationship with a quality guy, you… Sit around hoping? There’s a fantasy across society that ‘love and relationships’ is the one area of life where you can achieve amazing results, without putting in any effort – and it just isn’t true. Yes, we’ve all met someone who found her match and a happy marriage by pure chance. But these stories are the exception, not the rule. If you want to leave the most important aspect of your life to chance, you can do what most women do. Make little effort to meet men and hope you’ll be one of the lucky ones. The problem? You risk becoming a statistic. One of many who realises too late that’s a failing strategy. Mr. Right won’t be the first or the 5th guy you run into. Odds are Mr. Right will be number #52, a friend of the guy you met at the yacht club, who you only knew because you met his brother at dancing, because another guy you met invited you. You get what I mean. Don’t buy into the Disney fantasy that ‘the one’ will stumble into your living room and sweep you off your feet with no effort from you. Your chances of meeting Mr. Right increase directly proportional to the number of men you’re meeting. Thinking he’s exclusive when he’s hasn’t said so There’s probably no mistake that will hurt you as quickly as assuming exclusivity. Hormones run wild in the first weeks and months with a new love, and they can lead all of us feeling as though things are further ahead than what they are. Men take time to sell themselves on the idea of a relationship. Exclusivity is something they merge into, rather than swerve at. Just like you, men want to make sure they commit to the right person, and they take time to do it. And that’s great. It means you can do the same. Take your time and think about whether he’s boyfriend material for you, while you date other men to make sure. Men are serial multi-daters, and it’s a grave mistake to assume anything otherwise, until he’s said so. Thinking “Modern Dating” is to blame for the fact you’re single There’s no faster way to disempower yourself and play victim than by blaming your results on your circumstances. This applies to every area of life, and dating is no exception. Even if it was true, saying so just inhibits you from doing anything about it. Dating has changed. There’s more accessibility. There’s too much texting. Jumping ship from a relationship is now easier than fixing the boat. The dynamics have changed, too. Women are owning their sexualities. Cheating is easier than ever. Standards are no longer instilled by circumstances the way they were in our grandparents’ generation. Despite all this, there’s people everywhere ‘beating’ modern dating and finding wonderful relationships regardless of these circumstances. You have a choice. You can either blame the circumstances, the way an overweight man blames his weight on his sedentary job, or, you can adapt and do some exercise. Rather than becoming a victim, you can find and train your dating muscles in an ever changing world. Instead of blaming ‘modern dating’ for your singlendom, look at the chinks modern dating has highlighted in your armor, and focus on working on those. Thinking you’ll know he’s ‘the one’ in the first few months Assuming exclusivity might get you hurt, but this one can ruin your life. “Love at first sight.” “Trust the feeling.” “You’ll just know.” Women around the world, every second of every day, are winding up with men who aren’t right for them, because they put too much faith in ‘that feeling’. Where love at first sight proved to be all fireworks and no fire. All craving and no compatibility. That ‘feeling’ is an evolved cocktail of dopamine, oxytocin, and serotonin. Together, they literally turn dull down your amygdala and anterior cingulate cortex, so you won’t be able to perceive a man’s flaws. Why? This circuit evolved, so new lovers would conceive a child and pass on their genes, staying together for at least as long as the mother was most vulnerable. Picking a compatible partner was not on evolution’s priority list. The hardest part of this is that it’s romanticized by rare examples of women who broke the rule – who had ‘the feeling’ – and were proven right. Years later, they’re happily married and telling you, “When it’s him, you’ll just know.” Unfortunately, this well-meaning advice takes away the practical sense of getting to know a man and finding out if you and he are compatible. It takes healthy reservation out of the equation. For each success story, 10 other women had ‘the feeling’ and got badly burned – but stay silent about their lesson. Let ‘the feeling’ be a sign to find him attractive. To explore your connection. To investigate further, and nothing more. The right guy will prove himself over months and years. If it’s him, there’s no rush. Trusting ‘the feeling’ is the equivalent to sitting down at a poker table and pushing all your chips in blind. Occasionally, you’ll flip up Aces, but mostly, you’ll lose your stack. Thinking men initiate interactions “Guy’s never approach me.” “I wouldn’t want to date a guy who doesn’t have the confidence to come over and talk to me.” If you hear yourself saying things like this – you’ve fallen for dating mistake #5. You think men initiate interactions. Like a football player sitting on the bench, you feel as though you have no control as to whether you get involved in the game. You’re not entirely wrong. Men who know you already will initiate. A drunk guy might. A pickup artist probably will. But if you think it’s men who initiate interactions and the fact you don’t get approached is therefore on them, you’re underestimating how much men fear rejection. Ever wonder why men hit on you more in pubs than say – at the supermarket? It’s not because men don’t notice you at the shops. They very much do. It’s because, without alcohol, most men would scale a cliff to fight a lion at the top before they tackled their fear of rejection at the shops on you. Women (you) initiate interactions by giving men green lights. He has to feel like his chances of success are high, or he will not take the risk. You give him the signals, then when he walks over, he gets to feel like it was all him. Masterful. Thinking you’ll never have to chase a man Not being desperate in dating is good. Valuing yourself is great. Knowing how much you’ll provide to a man’s life is fantastic. But making the next leap to “My value as a woman means I’ll never have to chase a man” is taking a big step too far. Why is his value less than yours? If he’s a quality man, isn’t he also worthy of being chased by a good woman? You won’t become his puppy dog by chasing, and he won’t lose respect for you. These things only happen when a woman chases a man without reciprocation. Good dating and great relationships happen when both partners are chaser and chasee. A subtle ebb and flow of energy back and forth as each partner remembers the worth of the other. Just like you, a quality, self-respecting man will not hit his head against a wall for long. If you put up walls where you adamantly refuse to chase, he will have the self-respect to stop chasing you, too. You will either attract men, who are in it for the chase alone (and will leave thereafter), or men whose self-respect is so low that they’re willing to chase someone who won’t chase them back. A quality woman will chase a man, but she expects reciprocation. Same as a quality man. Thinking ‘being challenging’ has anything to do with sex Ever held off from having sex, then had it, only to have the guy leave, anyway? The reason this happens isn’t because you slept with him too soon. It’s because he no longer felt challenged by you, once you slept with him. It’s a great thing to challenge a man. It’s fundamental for attraction – in both directions. But if that challenge ends the moment you sleep with him, you’ve bought into myth of mistake #7. That ‘being challenging’ is about when you have sex. A quality woman is not won over just because she bedded a man. The real challenge for a man is about what it takes to win you over. How quickly are you sold on the idea of him as your man? In other words… How high are your standards? How much work has he had to put in before you give up your most valuable possessions… Your single life… and your heart? This is why a quality woman is challenging – irrelevant of when she sleeps with him. Have sex with him on your terms – whenever you feel is comfortable for you. But instead of worrying about whether you’ve challenged him enough by the time lapsed, worry about answering the more pertinent, important question. What has he done – specifically for you – to qualify himself as a potential boyfriend? Avoid these 7 traps women fall into, and you’ll be on your way to securing the quality relationship most women can’t. TC mark ATTRACTION DATING

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Regina Daniels Flaunts Her Engagement Ring

Teen Star Regina Daniels Shut Critics Questioning Her Happiness With Wedding Band Around The Corner. The 18year old Nollywood actress, beaming with pride while flaunting her engagement ring at her Children's day party held yesterday. The budding actress has been heavily criticised by her fans and biological father Barrister Ojeogwo who has been against her marriage to his childhood friend Ned Nwoko. Billionaire Ned Nwoko who has now officially married the actress according to traditional rites. She shared the footage to confirm her new marital and financial status to shut all her critics. Watch The Video Here..https://www.thenaijafame.com.ng/2019/05/actress-regina-daniels-nwoko-flaunts.html?m=1

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Children's Day Celebration 2019


Tiwa Savage stormed Delta State with her son, Jamil as she performed at Regina Daniels’ Children’s Day carnival.
People were struggling to snap pictures with Tiwa Savage.
A lady fainted while she was Struggling to take a picture with Tiwa Savage at Regina Daniels Children’s day carnival in Delta state.
Someone was heard in the video screaming “People are fainting!!!!”
Watch the video below.

Friday, May 24, 2019

What are some tips for having a great relationship?

Connecting with someone romantically, emotionally, and physically can be really amazing. But there's a lot of work that goes into building a good relationship.

What are some tips for having a great relationship?

No relationship is perfect all the time. But in a healthy relationship, both people feel good about the relationship most of the time. A great relationship takes more than attraction — it takes work, and both of you have to be willing to put in the effort. Here are some tips for building a healthy relationship:
  • Love yourself. Being comfortable with who you are means you’ll be a happier partner.
  • Communicate. Talk to your partner about your feelings. Ask questions and listen to their answers. If you’re upset, say so — don’t make your partner try to figure out what’s up. Talking through problems builds trust and makes your relationship stronger. And it’s not all about how to deal with your problems — don’t forget to let them know when something they do makes you happy.
  • Be honest. Be truthful with each other about what you do, think, and feel. Honesty creates trust. Few things harm a relationship more than lies.   
  • Give each other some space.Couple’s time is great, but spending ALL your time together isn’t. It’s healthy to have your own friends and interests outside of the relationship.
  • Agree to disagree. You’re not always going to see eye to eye, and that’s OK. The important thing is to respect each other’s opinions and ideas.
  • Forgive and ask for forgiveness.Everybody makes mistakes. Be willing to apologize for yours — and accept your partner’s apologies.
  • Support each other. When your partner does something great, tell them! Your partner should do the same for you.
  • Talk about sex…openly and honestly. Telling your partner what feels good and what you like and don’t like helps you have better sex. Never pressure your partner into doing something they don’t want to do, or let your partner pressure you — consent is a must.
  • Take care of your sexual health. Talk to your partner about how you’re going to protect each other against STDs and 

Prof Charles Igwe Emerges New Vice Chancellor of UNN

News reaching us has it that a new vice chancellor has been appointed today, May 23rd 2019 for the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN). He is Professor Charles Igwe. Prof Igwe hails from Awka, Anambra State.

Profile

Charles Arizechukwu Igwe, a Professor of Soil Science was born at Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria on August 23, 1958. He holds a PhD, M.Sc. and B Agric degrees in Soil Science from University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He also obtained Postgraduate Diploma in Soil Science from Agricultural University, Norway, ├ůs. He was Head of Department; Associate Dean of Faculty; Dean of Faculty and Directors of Centres at various times. Charles was Visiting Researcher/Professor in Universities located in Germany, Japan, Norway, Italy and France. He is a member, University Governing Council and has supervised Undergraduates, Masters and many PhD students in his discipline. He is an External Examiner and Professorial Assessor in many Nigerian and European Universities.

Professor Igwe's research focuses on the contributions of organic and mineral colloids in stability of tropical soils. He contributed significantly in the knowledge of stability of unstable tropical soils which undergo catastrophic soil erosion with intensive tropical rainfall. In the face of Global Climate Change, he expanded the scope of his research to include the “Carbon sequestration in tropical soils”. In his search to unravel inherent soil factors influencing erodibility (K) factor of erosion models, he published some pioneering works on soil colloidal-dispersion. He is author/co-author of many peer-reviewed articles in reputable Journals of Soil/Environmental Sciences. 

He is a NORAD Fellow; Fellow of Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Germany; Regular Associate, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy; Fellow, Japanese Society for Promotion of Science; Winner, University of Nigeria Vice-Chancellor's Faculty and University Prizes 1992/93; Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering; participant in German DAAD/DIES Deans Course 2009. 

Charles attracted scientific equipment donations to the University from AvH in 2001 and 2010 He is a two times recipient of Research Grant from Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS). Professor Igwe is married with 4 children.

Professor Igwe, until his appointment was the Deputy Vice-chancellor, Administration, University of Nigeria Nsukka. He will take over from the outgoing vice chancellor, Professor Benjamin Ozumba.

Professor Igwe is expected to assume duty on June 14, 2019.

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Alaafin Of Oyo's Young Wives Pose Together (Photos)

Checkout the Alaafin of Oyo Lamidi Adeyemi Young wives as they all pose together in adorable photos.

See more photos below

Gist From Praizenews ;http://www.praizenews.com/alaafin-of-oyo-young-wives-shares-adorable-photos-together-nigerians-react/


Adewale Adeleke Kisses Girlfriend As She Graduates From Georgetown University

Davido's elder brother, Adewale Adeleke celebrated the love of his life who just bagged a M.S degree in Physiology and Biophysics from Georgetown University today.

Sharing photos from the graduation, he wrote 'congrats to the love of my life. So proud of you baby, I know how much time and effort you put into this degree. So blessed to have a smart, intelligent, beautiful woman in my life! This is only the beginning for us'.

https://all-gists.blogspot.com/2019/05/davidos-elder-brother-shares-kiss-with-his-boo-as-she-graduates-from-university.html



Adio Igboro: 80-Year-Old Graduates From LASU MSc Degree, International Relations

80 year old man, Adio Igboro, bagged an MSc degree in International Relations in Lagos State University (LASU) yesterday.

His son, Usman Igboro, overwhelmed with happiness shared pictures from the convocation ceremony of his father looking dashing in his academic gown.

https://all-gists.blogspot.com/2019/05/80-year-bags-lasu-msc-degree-international-relations.html


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