If you can play well I will pay you well-a lady lawyer declares.

Today many the reason why we need a companion and a soul mate is to satisfy one’s desire and to cover all the journey of life. Relationship this days are mostly parasitic.

You know, sometimes if one person in the relationship is having difficulties or challenges in the relationship, they will no longer remain comfortable in the relationship, which may lead to wrong decision making and depression.

Though it is hard to find true love, the is, this is she doing the right thing by asking for on social media. I know she must have said this because she has hard too many heartbreaks.

I was going through on the media and I saw a post that got my attention a very beautiful lady identified as Rita took to her Facebook page to tell the world what she craves.

She wrote on her wall;

“My name is Rita, age 30. It’s hard to find love if you can play well I will pay you well, don’t be shy to message, let’s talk if you like me. I will reply asap.”

 

I caught HIV on a one night stand and now I want to warn you.

Naomi Ireri found out that she had been infected while pregnant with her first child.

A Kenyan woman who was infected with HIV is speaking out about the risks of getting infected after she became HIV-positive following a one-night stand.

Naomi Ireri, 41, a campaigner who warns youths against rushing into sex, told BBC Swahili how she had only known the man for a week before they had sex.

Then he stopped responding to her calls.

She later met another man and it was while pregnant with his child that she found out about her infection.

“When I went to do blood tests, the results took longer than I had been told and so I started questioning why my results were taking that long,” she told the BBC.

She was called by the medics and asked if she had ever been tested before and that was when they told her she had tested positive.

Ms Ireri said she first thought about the father of her child and asked him to accompany her for another test. His results were negative.

“I wondered how comes I was positive and he was negative and that was when I remembered there was a man I had a one-night stand with,” she said.

The father of Ms Ireri’s child ended their relationship but vowed to take care of their child who was yet to be born at the time.

I am ready to Name Boko haram sponsors-kabiru sokoto.

I am ready to name Boko Haram sponsors —Kabiru Sokoto •Seeks pardon as a condition

There are indications that convicted Boko Haram sect member, Kabiru Umar (aka Kabiru Sokoto) is ready to name organisations and individuals he claims to be sponsors of the terrorist group.

Top security officers at Kuje Prisons, Abuja, where he is serving a life sentence, told Nigerian Pilot that Kabiru Sokoto has indicated his willingness to name the sponsors of Boko Haram.

The paper had last Thursday exclusively reported that the convict wrote a letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, where he pledged to assist the Federal Government end the activities of Boko Haram.

In the letter written by his lawyer, Sheriff Okoh, Kabiru Sokoto, appealed to President Jonathan to grant him pardon, claiming that he was innocent of the offences for which he was convicted.

One of the security sources said that Kabiru Sokoto had restated his commitment to work with the government to end Boko Haram insurgency by naming the alleged financiers of the sect.

The official said: “Kabiru Sokoto has been saying aloud and telling anyone who cares to listen in prison that he is ready to name the sponsors of Boko Haram. He also wants the government to consider his plea for pardon.”

According to the source, with the latest development, it will be a major breakthrough in the fight against the terrorist group.

He said that as soon as the President considers Kabiru Sokoto’s request, those behind the sect will be exposed.

Umar was convicted on a two-count terrorism charge by a Federal High Court in Abuja on December 20, 2013 and sentenced to life imprisonment.

The court found him guilty of facilitating the commission of terrorism acts and concealing information from security agencies on the December 25, 2011 and bombing of St Theresa’s Catholic Church, Mandala, Niger State.

In his letter to President Jonathan, the convict faulted the process leading to his sentencing and had appealed the High Court judgment before the Court of Appeal, Abuja.

The letter to the President read in part: “Your Excellency Sir, an innocent man was convicted by the court on the date aforementioned. It is for this singular reason that we are applying to you for Presidential pardon in the circumstance pursuant to your exclusive legitimate constitutional powers as enshrined in your golden conscience and under Section 175(a) and (b) of the Constitution.

“Your Excellency sir, we are applying for respite and pardon for the convicted felon Kabiru Umar (alias Kabiru Sokoto) because we have absolute faith in your compassion and highest sense of fairness, equity and justice first as a God-fearing man and next, as the leader of the most compassionate nation on earth.

“Your Excellency, we vow to reach out beyond the imagination and work with you in resolving the Boko Haram imbroglio, with the firm belief that no quarrel of brotherhood is eternal. We shall undertake this national task for the pleasure of God Almighty, believing in His divine will for our peaceful, united, symbiotic and mutual coexistence as brothers and sisters under a fair and just leader,” he said.

 

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