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YOUR VIEW!!! Do You Think President Buhari’s Absence Is Affecting Nigeria In Anyway –

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Nigerians seems to be very much in anticipation ofthe return of our UK based President Buhari. Trust

Nollywood they are already working on the movie

“The Return of Mr. President” LOL!!

It is no longer news that Nigeria is in recession and

things are very hard economically. Prices of food and

other daily necessities are skyrocketing, the value of

naira against the dollar is only favourable to the

Yahoo Boys while business owners and entrepreneurs

are crying. So far so bad, this administration is yet to

get anything right.

Even the overhyped fight against corruption is not

yielding any positive result as we have not witnessed

any complete case of prosecution that has lead to

detention of corrupt government officials.

Amisdst all economic troubles facing the country, the

President suddenly took a two-week sick leave. This

created more worries in Nigerians.

The two weeks came and gone, neither do we see our

president nor hear from him, all we see are pictures

suspected to be photoshoped which led to unverified

news circulating on social media that the President

was dead but another statement came up again

extending his absence to a date yet unknown.

Presently, the coming back of President Buhari to

Nigeria is like the coming of Jesus Christ which is

relatively unknown to anyone. Meanwhile, in his

absence Acting President Yemi Oshibajo has been

taking series of steps and for the first time in many

months, naira sustain gains as dollar crashes in

parrallel market. This seems like a wind of hope for

Nigeria economy.

So, from all we’ve been going through as Nigerians

when the President was around and now that he is in

the UK, would you say Nigeria needs President Buhari

back as soon as possible for the benefits of our

dwindling economy?

Do You Think President Buhari’s Absence Is

Affecting Nigeria In Anyway?

Let’s Hear From You…

Aftermath Of Falz’s Song “Weh Don Sir”, Lagos Churches Cries Out Over Poor Tithe Incomes


The country is going through hell currently and

Nigerians are going through a lot just to survive.

Yet, we still attend churches & mosques hoping to

God to bless our Work and get good income.

Believe me, Nigeria’s Religious leaders are balling,

flying private jet and driving exotic cars while 90% of

their members are languishing in poverty but it

seems thats about to end.

Falz just opened our eyes with his new song titled

“Weh Don Sir“. Nigerians took that song personal and

now the Pastors are complaining bitterly. We just

pray they don’t get Falz locked up – Dem no

even fit.

In the Song, Falz explained how Nigerian pastors are

flying around the world with their Family all getting

robust and fresh while their church members are

praying and hoping to God for just One square meal

daily.

Relationship: steps to get your first kiss

When it is time to have that first kiss, it

is natural to feel nervous and shy.. It can

also be challenging especially if you have

not been kissed before.

For the girls, this is what you do to get

your first kiss..

1. Wear an attractive lipstick or lipbalm.

Avoid wearing those sticky lipgloss. Try

and keep a fresh breath. Go for mint

sweet instead of gums. Because if you

chew gum, you might have to find a way

to spit it out it out. Avoid having body

odor. That might put him off.

2. Make eye contact or lean on him, place

your head on his shoulder.. There is a

chance he might put his arms around

you. If he does, you lean in closer and go

for the kiss. If he doesn’t, relax..he

probably isn’t feeling you and don’t want

to get embarrassed when he turns you

down.

3. Give him indirect hints that you want a

kiss. . Drop ideas in his head by staring

softly at his lips, then, look at him in the

eyes and smile at him. You can also put

your arms lightly around his neck and

lightly play with hair on his neckline or

slowly move your face to his while

communicating with him..doing all these

will send a message across to him.

4. After all that and he still doesn’t kiss

you, you might consider taking the lead.

Some guys can be very shy and the bold

ones may not want to make the first

move because of their past experience.

Just touch him lightly on the face and

invite him to kiss you.

For the guys…

1. Be confident. .. Lol, you’ve got this! Be

bold, meet her gaze, let her know that

you are comfortable with yourself and

she can be comfortable around you too.

2. Look presentable. Look attractive. Keep

your breath fresh and your body odour

free. Most girls, gets turned off when a

guy’s breath or body has odour.

3. When trying to kiss a girl, let it be in a

private place. Most girls, like privacy and

you might embarrass your girl if you are

trying to kiss her in public. She might get

upset and shun you.

4. Study her body language to get signals

that she wants you to kiss her. She might

flirt with you subtly, by finding reasons

to touch you, lick her lips, bite her lower

lip while looking at you, stare at your

lips, or warm up towards you.

5. See if you can make eye contact. If she

doesn’t shy away from it, but maintain

the eye contact, she could be ready.

Maintain eye contact when talking with

her and even in moments of silence.

6. Touch her lightly to see her reaction.

You can lightly stroke her hair, touch her

waist, hold her hand, or put your arm

across her shoulder. If she backs out or

avoid having any close contact with you,

it means she isn’t ready, or not

interested.

7. When kissing her for the first moments,

avoid bringing out your teeth, or tongue.

Avoid wet kisses. Let the kiss be gentle.

Don’t squeeze her to tight. Let your

embrace be light. Keep your lips soft and

light through out the whole process. End

the first kiss gently.. In a loving and

intimate way…​

Nigerian music is at a stage whereby if you cannotswim with the tide you would be washed away so

quickly that recovering would be hard to swim back

up to the surface. This illustration tells the tales of

some very outstanding and talented Nigerian

musicians who were once the creme de la creme of

the Nigerian music industry but their glory days have

been cut short due to some circumstances that is

way beyond them.

During their A days they had it all, the ladies, fans,

media, attention, fame and fortune but they also gave

us very good music that is very hard to fathom why

their gift for making such good music had waned. But

notwithstanding they haven’t faded completely as

they are still very much in the music industry and

their impact is still felt but even with all the effort

they have put into making a comeback to their good

old days, it seems not to be working for them. Below

are 5 good Nigerian artistes who have tried but could

not get back those vibes their fans knew them for.

Wande Coal​