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Friday, July 27, 2018

Photos as Akwa Ibom First Female Pilot, Violet Celebrates 10th Wedding Anniversary With Pilot Husband

Akwa Ibom state's first female pilot, Captain Violet Aniema Medekong-Enahoro, has taken to social media to celebrate with her husband, Captain Mario Enahoro, on their 10 years wedding anniversary.
Many are delighted to see the couple working together happily. See More photos below...

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Monday, July 9, 2018

For Fathers: Being A Good Dad, Bedtime Routines All Fathers Should Adopt

Bedtime routine work is best if you reserve the hour before bedtime for quiet play. This will lower your children’s activity level and prepare their nervous system for relaxation. Running, playing tickling games, and even watching action-packed TV shows or videos make peaceful transition to sleep especially difficult.
Fathers should engage in beneficial bedtime routines that will work for them and their children. They should set a specific time and stick to it. Your children’s body clock will adjust much more quickly to the routine if the routine follows a natural and consistent pattern.
Give a warning. Just before bedtime, give your child advance notice that the day is winding down. Your child may be too young to judge time yet, so saying something like “five more minutes” is not likely to be understood. Instead teach your child by association.
Offer a snack. A light snack that includes both protein and carbohydrates will induce sleep and help your children stay asleep through the night. The carbohydrates will make them sleepy, and the protein will help keep their blood sugar level on an even keel until breakfast.
Get your children dressed for bed. Choose comfortable, non-binding pyjamas that are neither too warm nor too light. Set the mood also to make them sleep well. Aim for low lighting and soft sounds. If your child needs music to sleep, go with music only.
To make their children sleep well at night, fathers need to unplug and wind down. Long before their children’s heads hit their beds, they will need to start the process of winding down their bodies and brains.
Keep last “goodnights” brief. Say “goodnight” when it’s time for you to leave the room and try not to come back if your child calls for you. This sounds harsh, but if you keep coming into the room you will have taught your child that “If I call to Daddy, she’ll come back.” Kids learn how to “condition” parents very quickly.
Any hesitations on your part may be picked up by your children as an indication that maybe you really aren’t serious about this bedtime business and if they yell loudly enough, you will come back and play some more with them.
Stick with your chosen bedtime routine for your children. Following the same routine nightly actually makes it physically easier for your children to fall asleep by giving their bodies cues to secrete hormones that induce sleep. And if your children know you are a stickler for the rules, they are less likely to stall and delay, making bedtime smoother and more pleasant all around.
There’s no one-size-fits-all bedtime routine but you have to do what’s best for your children when it comes to making their sleep time comfortable and restful.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Couple Finally Dies Same Day After 61 Years Of Marriage (Photo)

For 61 years, a Northland couple lived happily ever after together. The pair were inseparable.
Even in death. Peter and Ruth Bedford both died on Monday, May 14, nine hours apart from each other, one year past their 60th anniversary.

"It's good they went together," daughter Caroline Bedford said. "They would have been completely lost without each other."

Bedford said her father was admitted to hospital on Saturday evening.

"I think Mum decided he wasn't coming back," she said.

"She died at 10am on Monday morning and I got a message to Dad. He followed her about nine hours later," she said.

Peter and Ruth Bedford, 86 and 83, were married on December 30, 1957.

Peter had emigrated to New Zealand, as a "10 pound pom", where he fell in love with Ruth, from Wellington.

He was a rural man and a deep thinker, she eventually became a law clerk. But the pair were perfect for each other, Bedford said.

The couple loved tramping together, music, and going to concerts.

"Mum had a philosophical, intellectual brain and she loved to debate. And Dad was a big thinker too."

"They loved animals and they loved their garden," Caroline Bedford said. "They should have entered them into competition they were so good."

The couple were well known in the Kaikohe community where they had lived since 1980, and were heavily involved in the A&P Show.

Before then, the Bedford family had been raised in rural Manawatu. Caroline remembered growing up with sheep, cows, horses, possums, magpies, white rats, cats and a dog.

"They were very rural people. Well, Dad was. Mum liked the arts and socialising," she said.

"They were both fiercely independent. But very kind and helpful, especially in their community.

The couple are survived by their three children Michael, Simon and Caroline, and two grandchildren.

"They were very proud of their children and their grandchildren, I know that," she said.

Caroline said her daughter Cadence, 31, had said: "My Grandad didn't speak much, but when he spoke people listened."

Their funeral is on Wednesday at Squire Funeral Services in Kaikohe.

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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Photos From Meghan Markle & Prince Harry's Wedding

Meghan Markle and prince harry are now married. Meghan walked down the aisle of the 15th Century chapel in Windsor Castle where she married Prince Harry in a dazzling display of British pomp and pageantry.

After entering St George’s Chapel unescorted, Markle she made her way towards the Quire, halfway down the church where Prince Charles walked her to his son, Harry.

White roses, favourite flowers of Harry’s late mother Princess Diana, adorned the chapel. Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, 61, appeared tearful.

Prince Harry, dressed in a military frock coat uniform, and his brother, best man Prince William, waited for Markle at the altar.

Tens of thousands of fans lined the route Markle took towards the castle, waving British flags and cheering as the Rolls-Royce limousine drove past with the bride and her mother.

Air traffic controllers for the nearby Heathrow Airport, one of the world’s busiest, said the air space over Windsor was being closed for 15 minutes before the ceremony.

Hours before, Queen Elizabeth bestowed the title of Duke of Sussex on her grandson, a step that means the American actress, star of the TV drama “Suits”, automatically becomes a duchess. More photos from the wedding below.. 

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Saturday, May 5, 2018

Photo Of Meghan Markle’s £100,000 Wedding Dress

Meghan Markle’s hugely anticipated wedding dress will set the Royal Family back £100,000.

Multiple royal and fashion industry sources have revealed the actress has opted for British couturiers Ralph & Russo to make the first of two gowns she plans to wear on May 19.
She will wear the hand-stitched, heavily beaded design to walk down the aisle at St George’s Chapel in front of 600 guests – and an estimated billion TV viewers worldwide – as well as for the reception being held afterwards by the Queen in St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle.

Another source revealed that the dress would cost around £100,000, which will be met by Prince Harry and his family privately.

‘It sounds a lot but this is the wedding of the year and hundreds of hours of manpower have gone into making it, almost all by hand,’ they said.

News of her dress came as Kensington Palace revealed new details about the wedding, including that Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, will not go on honeymoon until later in the summer and will conduct their first public engagement as man and wife days after their wedding.
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Photo: Female Lawyer Kills And Cuts Off Husband's Manhood In Lagos

Diamond Estate, Sangotedo, Ajah, Lagos, was in turmoil on Thursday after a female lawyer, Udeme Odibi, allegedly stabbed her husband, Otike Odibi, to death. What happened?. Keep reading..
The suspect was also said to have cut off the private parts of her husband, who was also a lawyer, and stabbed herself.

Punch gathered that 47-year-old Udeme had threatened to stab her husband on Wednesday over a disagreement that ensued between them.

The 50-year-old was said to have informed a neighbour and his relatives about the threat on the telephone before he went to bed.

The woman allegedly made good her threat in the early hours of Thursday, ripping out the entrails of the victim with a knife.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Chike Oti, who confirmed the incident in a statement, said the couple had endured three years of marriage fraught with domestic violence.

He said the couple did not have any child together, although Otike had a daughter in his previous marriage.

Oti, a Superintendent of Police, stated that a distress call was put across to the Divisional Police Officer, Ogombo division, around 7.30am as regards the murder.

He said, “Based on the information, the DPO mobilised a team of detectives to the scene where they found the man lying on the bed in a pool of blood with his stomach ripped open, exposing his intestines. As if that was not enough, the killer severed his genitals and placed them on his right hand.

“However, before the arrival of the police, Mrs. Udeme, who had unsuccessfully attempted to commit suicide after allegedly killing her husband, was rushed to a hospital for treatment by neighbours.”

The PPRO said the state Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, directed detectives from the homicide section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Yaba, as well as forensic experts to the scene of the crime for investigation.

According to report , “ the couple, both of whom are lawyers, married three years ago after the deceased divorced his first wife. The deceased’s first marriage produced a daughter currently schooling in the United Kingdom. However, his second marriage is said to be without a child,”.

The police spokesperson stated further that information from a neighbour showed that the deceased had called him (the neighbour) a few hours before he was murdered, complaining that the wife was threatening to kill him with a knife.

He said the neighbour, however, warned him to be careful.

“The deceased also called his mother and his younger sister complaining of threat to his life that night,” Oti added.

He said the CP advised couples to resolve their matrimonial disputes amicably rather than resort to violence.
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Friday, February 23, 2018

Must See: Some Very Delicious YORUBA Foods Everyone Should To Try

The best way to most people’s heart is via good food and entertainment. This is one thing the Yoruba tribe are very good at doing. Yorubas have a number of mouthwatering and finger licking meals that will leave you demanding for more.
So, when you find yourself in any part of South West Nigeria where the Yorubas are populated, Teelamford.com Food shares some cuisine to try.

1). Adalu 
Adalu is a combination of beans and corn, pepper and palm oil cooked together with seasoning and spices. It is quite delicious.

2). Ewa aganyin 
Ewa aganyin is made up of cooked beans and pepper sauce. It is a delicious beans dish, well-known for its softness and tasty sauce. You can eat Ewa Aganyin with bread to savour and appreciate the meal.

3). Moin Moin 
Moin Moin is a Nigerian staple food which is very rich in protein. It is a cooked bean pudding made from a combination of grounded peeled beans, pepper, and onions. It can be eaten with rice, pap and bread.

4). Pounded yam and egusi soup
Pounded yam is mostly eaten with egusi (melon soup). Pounded yam is made by boiling yam unsalted and pounding it when it becomes soft. Ondo and Ekiti people are known to be fond of pounded yam.

5). Eba and efo riro 
Eba serves as an alternative for pounded yam. People who do not want to go through the stress of pounding yam prefer eating Eba. Eba is usually taken with Efo Riro (Vegetable soup) which makes the meal more delicious and nutritious.

6). Amala, ewedu and gbegiri soup 
Amala is made from yam into flour and Ewedu is a leaf blended into watery soup. This delicacy is a local dish of the Oyo state people. Amala is better enjoyed alongside Ewedu and Gbegiri.
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Monday, February 19, 2018

See Photos as 50yrs Old Woman Gets Married For The First Time In Port Harcourt

Here's a photo showing the moment a woman who is quite advanced in years, got married in front of family and friends.

According to report, the Port Harcourt-based woman is actually 50 years old and has never been married before.

The woman was reportedly overwhelmed with joy as she wore a wedding gown for the first time in her life, considering her age.

Their wedding took place at the Omega Power Ministry in Port Harcourt, Rivers state.
See the photo below..
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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Australian Senate Set To Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

It was a scene of jubilation on the floor of the Australian Senate chamber Wednesday as lawmakers embraced and cheered following the historic passage of a bill to legalize same-sex marriage.

Forty-three senators voted in support of the legislation while 12 voted against. Passed without any amendments, the marriage equality bill now heads to the House of Representatives, also known as the lower house, where it’ll be voted on Monday.

Lagos State Police Arrest Woman For Allegedly Setting Husband’s Brother On Fire

With the majority of lawmakers in the lower house in favor of the bill, it’s expected to pass with ease. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull had promised to legalize gay marriage by Christmas ― a vow he’ll now likely be able to fulfill.

Earlier this month, Australians overwhelmingly voted yes on marriage equality in a national postal survey. More than 61 percent of the 12.7 million people who voted in the nonbinding poll expressed their support of gay marriage.

READ ALSO: 5 Important Ways All Men Must Build Themselves As Husbands
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Deola Smart Poses With Her N56m Worth Engagement Ring (See Photots)

Relationship is sweet when you're with the right person. She got engaged this morning at Heathrow airport, and despite her fiance posting how much the ring has set him back.

Nobody has been privileged to see her rock the diamond. Enjoy the photo below..
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Monday, September 18, 2017

Photos From Pastor's Dedicate of First Child After 32 Years Without a Child

Photo from the dedication1

After 32 years of barrenness, Rev. & Mrs Michael Ewache who are the Seniour Pastors and Founder of The Glory Of His Majesty Church dedicate their first baby to God.

The Church of Christ in Benue was agog on Sunday as over ten thousand Christian Faithfuls gather to celebrate the dedication of baby Angel Treasure Ochofie Ewache.

The event witnessed lots of well-wishers from far and near including Notable names like Apostle Uloko of House On The Rock, Rev. Sunday Ogwuche who was the Guest Speaker, Rev. Dave Ogbole and Pst. Oloche King Adaji. 

Also present was Arch Bishop Benjamin Kurudu, Bishop Austin Gundu, Bishop Uba Udenyi and other great men of God from around the nation. See teh photo below..

Photo from the dedication
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5 Things All Single Ladies Want Men To Know

5 Things All Single Ladies Want Men To Know

If you are a single guy who is following Jesus, we assume you know certain ‘rules of the game’ and are going to play by them. We do understand that you are a flawed human being just like us and probably don’t mistreat us on purpose. We also know that there is no such thing as a relationship without risk. 

So, below are five things that would help our (All ladies) hearts tremendously for you to be more diligent about:

(1). Don’t underestimate your leadership role. 
God assigned all men, not just husbands, the responsibility and privilege of leadership when it comes to women. You are physically and emotionally tougher than us, which is why he refers to us as the weaker vessel. When you read ‘weaker’ think delicate, precious and vulnerable. How you steward us matters A LOT and you will be accountable for it to Christ one day.

I think I speak on behalf of all women who love the Lord when I say our number one desire in a man is that he can and will lead us spiritually. If we allow ourselves to get involved with a man who isn’t a believer, than we are agreeing upfront to not have any of the following expectations. If he doesn’t share Christ’s heart, we cannot expect him to love us or treat us in a Christ-like manner. That said, many of us who have established that submission to Christ is a ‘non-negotiable’ in a potential mate still find ourselves reeling in insecurity because of the way we are being led by Christian men. Guys, we want to let you lead us, but part of your responsibility in that is creating an environment where we feel safe to be led and to respond to you. When you mislead, it hurts us and causes us to distrust men and God.

(2). Don’t single us out unless you want a singular relationship with us. 
Maybe it’s that extra rib God gave us, but we women have a heightened sense of awareness. When you single us out in any way — like giving us a compliment or liking a picture we post on Facebook or letting us borrow your pencil — we notice. I know, it’s crazy. Sometimes it feels like the greatest curse of womanhood, the fact that we are SO aware of the littlest things. So when you send us a private message, or call us for reasons that are not business-related, or your hugs get more frequent, we really notice. When we notice you treating us in a manner that is significantly different than the way you treat other women, it leads us to believe you are interested in us in a singular way. 

If you ask us out on a one-on-one basis, we always assume there is romantic interest unless you clearly state otherwise. If you actually say the word date, we expect that you are ready to be singularly committed to us. If you want to date as the world dates, be aware you are engaging in a cruel sport. The whole concept of Let me lead you to believe that I’ve picked you when actually I’m just using you to meet my needs until something better comes along is actually pretty unkind.

(3). Don’t leave us guessing about your intentions. Imagine our female brains like a pie chart. When we don’t know where we stand in relationships, a large portion of the pie is consumed with trying to figure this out, leaving much less room for all the other important things in our lives. At each stage of the game, even if it seems awkward, we really want to know where we stand with you. It’s really ok to tell us, ‘I don’t plan to get married’ or ‘I am exploring a relationship with someone else right now’ or ‘I’m very interested in you and really want to take our friendship to the next level.’ Please make sure your words and your actions are consistent with your intentions. 

Don’t tell us how devoted you are to us while you’re posting pictures of yourself with a different woman every week on Facebook. By the same token, don’t tell us you just want to be friends and then call or message us every night because you’re feeling lonely or wanting female validation. Be honest with yourself. If you feel the need to connect daily or hourly with a woman who you can share all the intimate details of your life with, you don’t just want a friend, you want a wife. Which brings me to…

(4). Don’t lead us to a place of intimacy if you have no intention of making us your wife. We know it’s not ok to go to a place of physical intimacy with you outside of marriage. But guys, when you flirt or ‘connect’ with us on levels that are emotionally and romantically intimate, you are still putting our hearts at great risk. Because God wired us to want that even more than s*x, it’s nearly impossible for us not to respond to it. And how we usually respond is by giving you access to the deepest places in our heart that should be reserved exclusively for our husband. When we discover, especially later in the game, that you never had any intentions of putting yourself in that role, it can cause us significant grief. Remember, if it is gratifying to you but costly to us, it is never Christ-like.

(5). Don’t dishonor us by ‘keeping your options open'. 
One of the reasons I refuse to engage in online dating, even the Christian version, is that I hate the idea of just being one of many options a man might be entertaining as he shops for a mate. Like, how many other women has he ‘added to his cart’ besides me? Thanks to technology, we are very aware that your options are unlimited these days. We can’t compete with all that is available to you at the touch of a screen and frankly, we don’t want to. Romans 12:10 says “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.” I think it’s safe to say that honoring means not being a player. To honor means to set apart, to give high status or value to. Honoring a mate or potential mate means promising them your exclusive attention, emotionally and physically. To dishonor means to treat as common or ordinary. As sons and daughters of the King, we are not common or ordinary and we should never treat others that way or let ourselves be treated that way!

Guys, nothing makes a woman feel more common or ordinary than to discover she is just one of many options you are pursuing. On the other hand, nothing makes a woman feel more honored than knowing you have eyes only for her and are committed to loving her with everything you've got. The fact that you have kept yourself away from physical, emotional, and even visual entanglements with other women so you can offer her the special gift of your WHOLE self allows her to rest in this security: that if you were faithful to her before you even met, then you really can be trusted to be faithful once you are married.

Guys, God knows you get bombarded daily with temptation. Many of you live alone and long for companionship. If you’re a single dad, you may be away from your kids a lot too, which makes it even harder. And you're probably not thrilled about having to do your own laundry and dishes. Not to mention the physical urges. Part of you probably feels entitled to go find a woman and use her at some level to 'take the edge off.' You think no one understands. But Jesus does. He lived on his own as a man and was somehow able to keep himself pure, never violating a woman physically or emotionally, always intent on taking on the role of her protector and leading her in a way that would make her feel safe and bring out the best in her.

Could women say this is true of you? If not, don’t beat yourself up. The whole purpose of a heart check is to admit where you fail and let God correct you. Even if you’ve blown it up to this point, the good news is, your past does not have to disqualify you from this vision. On this side of the cross, through grace, we are all declared pure and are capable of having a relationship with one mate that is faithful and true and marked by honor. But it will not come without sacrifice. Are you willing to deny yourself the pleasures of careless flirting or ‘befriending’ attractive girls? Will you say a decisive no to all the sexual gratification options that the world is ambushing you with and wait, possibly years, just to prove to one woman (who you may or may not have met yet) that you are trustworthy and true? Will you really ‘lay down your life’ and your own needs to honor hers?

Only if you want an amazing marriage one day where your wife trusts you so much she holds nothing back in the way she gives herself to you in and out of the bedroom. Only if you want your prayers to be heard and answered by God in an unstoppable way!

By Dawn VanderWerf
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Saturday, September 16, 2017

5 Important Ways All Men Must Build Themselves As Husbands

Like most things in life, marriages are not static. It may feel like there are times when we settle into comfortable seasons, but marriages aren’t like McDonalds’ chicken nuggets. If we ignore them for a week, they will not look the same when we come back. 

5 Important Ways All Men Must Build Themselves As Husbands

Every marriage is growing stronger or weakening...

There is no exception. Marriages grow because the husband and wife are growing. Our marriages don’t exist in some strange limbo where they aren’t affected by our character, spiritual growth, and emotional maturity. Keep reading..

(1). Husbands Must Grow in Their Walk with Jesus 
A man’s walk with King Jesus sets the direction for everything else in his life. It does not guarantee that you will have a great marriage, but it will be the foundation upon which all of your growth will be built. When you have a growing walk with Jesus, you will be actively putting to death. Your sin is not only a dishonor to your Lord and a hindrance to your walk, but it also has negative consequences in your marriage. Therefore, a growing Christian man repents and seeks to cut the things out of his life that don’t look like Jesus.

(2). Husbands Must Grow in Confessing Their Wrongs 
We struggle in two areas with the sins that we commit against our wives. First, we possess blind spots the size of Texas and often do not realize how we have sinned. At other times, we feel justified in our sin against our wives because of something that we believe was done to us. We must work to remedy both of these issues because our sins against our wives hinder our walk with the Lord and create an enormous barrier to the growth of our marriages.

When you realize that you have sinned against your wife, do not seek to explain yourself. Do not wave it off with a quick “my bad” or a glib “sorry about that.” Instead, own what you have done and repent to the Lord. Then, make things right with your wife by confessing your sin to her. Instead of waving off your sin with half-hearted ownership of them, take responsibility and say, “I was wrong. Will you forgive me?” When you do this, you take responsibility for your own sin and then give her an opportunity to extend forgiveness.

(3). Husbands Must Grow in Showing Kindness 
“Be kind to one another.” It is amazing how these simple words from Ephesians 4:32can change your marriage. Married couples often get into habits where they don’t treat each other with even the most basic courtesy. Harsh words get spoken without apologies, a lack of consideration becomes the norm, and the hostility begins to build.

Instead of falling into the trap we must seek each day by the power of God’s Spirit to show kindness to our wives. Kindness doesn’t mean simply being nice, but rather that in our words, deeds, and intentions we are working to be generous and considerate to our wives. This means that we think about how we can bless with our words and be helpful with our deeds. When kindness becomes the atmosphere of our marriage, it creates an environment in which marriage thrives.

(4). Husbands Must Grow in Their Commitment to Their Wives 
In order to have a joyful marriage, you will have to change is drastic ways. I don’t mean that you will have to change your personality, hobbies, and likes. Your character, your words, your quick-temper, and how you respond to pressure will have to change. These changes require long looks in the mirror, hours in God’s word and prayer, and daily repentance.
If you are not committed to your wife until your dying day, this will be more than you can handle. The change can be so painful that you will want to reach for the eject button if you think there is one. Instead, lock out all of your other options and commit yourself fully to the wife of your youth. Every tear shed in repentance will be worth it.

(5). Husbands Must Grow in Offering Forgiveness 
When it comes to our wives’ sins against us, we often have 20/20 vision and a photographic memory. When your wife slights you or responds to you rudely, you turn into a historian who is able to list dates and events that have offended you throughout the entirety of your marriage. “You never” or “you always” show up in our disagreements. Our conflicts aren’t about this issue at hand, but about this issue and every other one that you have had over the years.

We cannot follow Jesus or have a growing, joyful marriage while harboring bitterness and unforgiveness. Bitterness eats at us like cancer and causes serious resentment towards our wives. Instead of holding a grudge over past wrongs, we remember that “love covers a multitude of sin” and that we are to “forgive one another, as God in Christ has forgiven you.” When our wives sin against us, we forgive freely from the heart, remembering that Christ has forgiven us. This means we let go of our anger and resentment and move towards reconciliation.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ provides the model for how husbands treat their wives. As Christ never leaves or abandons us, we stay faithful to our wives for the rest of our lives. We demonstrate the same kindness, mercy, and compassion to our wives that Christ has shown to us. Then we look to the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ, where he gave himself up for us, and sacrificially love as we’ve been loved.
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Sunday, September 10, 2017

Wickedness: Boyfriend Made Girlfriend Suffer As He Doused Her In Gas & Set Her Alight (Photo)

A mum-to-be was forced to give birth in agonizing pain after her boyfriend doused her in gas and set her alight.

The boyfriend who carried out the horrific assault "was not ready to be a father", the victim's father claims.

Most of Andrea Grinage's body was covered in devastating burns over most of her following the brutal attack.

But the brave 30-year-old, from Maryland, America, courageously gave birth to a healthy baby girl seven weeks early.

Andrea and her baby daughter, Journey Aleah, are now recovering.

Andrea, who already has two sons aged eight and 15, has lost everything in the fire.

Her father, Arthur Grinage Snr, has now launched a fundraising campaign to help pay for this daughter's treatment on her long road to recovery.

In a GoFundMe appeal he wrote: "Everything was lost in the fire and she must begin a new with your help.
She has a long road to recovery and unknown medical cost. PLEASE stop domestic violence."

The suspect, who has not been named, was identified by brave Andrea, who also told officers he had threatened to target other members of her family in Washington.

Teelamford readers, what do you think should be done about this?. Kindly share your thoughts.
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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Wow!, Victory at Last, Pastor & Wife Welcomes First Children (Twins) After 15 Years Of Barrenness (See Photos)

A Winners Chapel Pastor & Wife Welcome Twins After 15yrs Of Childlessness. After fifteen years of barrenness, Pastor Greatman Aideloje and Pastor Mrs Grace Greatman of Winners Chapel, Ogunu Warri, Delta State, welcomed twins. Continue to see more photos...

Congrats!... Long life and prosperiy.

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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Indian Couple Allegedly Fly To Florida To Beat Daughter-In-Law

Police in Florida have alleged reveals an Indian couple flew 8,000 miles to help "discipline" their daughter-in-law.

67yrs old Jasbir Kalsi and his wife Bhupinder, 62, are said to have travelled from the Punjab region in India to Hillsborough County in the US to help "counsel and discipline" son Devbir's wife.

Their son's wife Silky Gaind was discovered battered and bruised by police officer on Saturday after getting a message to her parents.

Her in-laws and husband are now facing multiple charges, including battery. Her father-in-law, who had been visiting with his wife for about a month, also allegedly held a knife to her throat.

Ms Gaind, 33, had been held for some time before deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriff Office arrived at her door.

Even then, the family attempted to bar them from entering the house, forcing the officers to call for back up as Ms Gaind called on them to help her and her one-year-old daughter.

At a court hearing on Sunday, Ms Gaind told a judge her 33-year-old husband had left her in fear for her life.

"I am so scared, because last night he was telling me he was going to kill me if I call the police. He would kill me to death, you know? He told me it would take 10 minutes for police to come and before that he would kill me and then kill himself," she said.

WFLA reported Jasbir Kalsi was facing charges of aggravated battery with a knife, while her husband Devbir had been charged with felony battery.

Both are charged with false imprisonment, child abuse and denying access to 911.

Bhupinder Kalsi was charged with battery, domestic violence and failure to report child abuse.
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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Man Died While Competing With Another Suitor For a Lady’s Hand In Marriage

A young man, Yari Inusa, has died while competing with another suitor for a lady’s hand in marriage. The incident happened at Durmin Biri village, in the Kafur Local Government Area of Katsina State.

Police sources said the man died following injuries he sustained on the head when he engaged in a Fulani traditional game of Sharo with another man, Ahmed Saidu, to determine who would marry the lady.

Sharo game entails two male suitors flogging each other for a woman’s hand in marriage. Whoever wins between them will marry the girl.

Inusa had reportedly flogged Saidu without any incident, but tragedy struck when it was the turn of Saidu to flog Inusa. Saidu allegedly hit Inusa on the head instead of hitting him on the back as the rules of the game dictates, leading to His Death.

The Katsina State Police Command spokesman DSP Gambo Isah confirmed the incident.

Source: Punch
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Monday, September 4, 2017

Photo of Pastor Enoch Adeboye as He Kisses and Showers Wife With Love

While speaking at the headquarters of the church in Ebutte Meta, Lagos, Adeboye told the men in the congregation to be prepared to lay down their lives for their wives.

“Be ready to lay down your life for your partner if you’re truly in love. My wife doesn’t like me saying this: You can slap me; you can lie against me, you can criticise me, it doesn’t bother me, but touch my wife, I’ll kill you!” he said.

“I want the world to hear. They’ll say if I kill, they would arrest me, that they would jail me, but that is if I kill with cutlass or gun… if you touch with my wife, I will talk to my Daddy and you’ll sleep and will not wake.”

He recalled how Folu, his wife, stood by him in his trying times, saying she had the opportunity to get married to those who were more financially stable but she chose him.

“Marry for love. It’ll endure. I’ve been married for 50 years and still on honey moon. I was the poorest among those lurking around the girl I married,” he said.

“I had nothing but I told the girl that of you marry me, wherever I am, whateverI ever become will be yours.

“I was not a Christian, but I was an incurable optimist. We struggled over ponmo as people usually hear me say, but today if we want to eat a cow now, God will provide.

“After our wedding on September 8, 1967, we faced challenges. The baby came 1968. It was tough. We were happy because we were in love.

“I had no car, no house, I married into a rented room and a parlour. We have stories to tell. If you marry for love, it will last because God is love.”
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Sunday, September 3, 2017

''Its All Because She Is Better Than Nigerian Ladies'' - Nigerian Man Who Married Older American Woman Reveals Reason

US-based Muiz Adebiyi is married to an older American, Susan Smith. He talks about the over two-year-old marriage and why he took the decision to marry an older partner.

I am attracted to her because she is very cool, loving, understanding and protective. She has a better behaviour than slay mamas.

We had known each other for two years before we decided to get married three years after.

There were issues when we first declared our intentions to get married but our family members later understood that age is just a number and that love does not have limit. We are quite in love and happy with ourselves.

We both apologise when there are disagreements. But she does that first and more than I do because she is a wise wife who knows that the husband is the head of the house. She knows what marriage means.

I know that most people will think that I married her for the green card but I do not care because I was already a US citizen and that’s not from her.

We celebrate our wedding anniversary the same way godly people do theirs. We always go to the mall, do shopping and visit the pool side.

My wife is far better than Nigerian ladies in every positive way. She is a wife material.

Source: Punch

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Saturday, September 2, 2017

Meet Couple With 13 Children Birth Quadruplets In Sokoto (Photo)

The birth of a set of quadruplets in Ilella Local Government Area of Sokoto State has ignited an enthralling atmosphere in the area, just as their coming has brought immense goodwill and support to their parents.

For 45-year-old Malam Lawali Ibrahim and 35-year-old Malama Shafa’atu, parents of the four healthy baby girls, it is a rare excitement to have quadruplets. Their faces showed rapturous bliss as they spoke on their new source of joy delivered on Monday, August 7, 2017 at Illela town.

Having quadruplets is noted to be a rare occurrence, it is therefore not surprising that Lawali’s residence on the outskirts of Illela is now a celebrated house with virtually everyone in the town identifying with the parents.

Beaming with smiles, Malama Shafa ‘atu narrated her experience to Daily Trust.

“One came first, followed by two in a bag and then the fourth came,” she said.

She recounted how at the early stage of the pregnancy, there was confusion on whether she was carrying a pregnancy or not.

“After a series of tests during my antenatal visits to the hospital, some medical personnel told me I was not carrying any pregnancy, contrary to the finding of my family doctor that I was pregnant. What baffled me was the fact that I was having my monthly menstruation even when my family doctor confirmed that I was pregnant until after five to six months when the pregnancy started growing,” she said.
She said during her antenatal visits, she was told that she was carrying twins. The quadruplets are not the couple’s first children, they have 13 other children-eight males and five females.

Source: Daily Trust
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