Wednesday, 16 December 2015
Luscious actress Rukky Sanda wore a dress that boldly exposed her boobs on Saturday to the Premiere of ‘Beast of No Nation’. She looked beautiful in a blue, knee-length dress that emphasized her toned legs. Her gold-colored wristwatch matched well with her handbag, which also had a touch of gold. You go girl!
Say What? Dencia Reveals She Makes $20 Million (N3.9 Billion) Per Year from Sales Of Her Beaching Cream ‘Whitenicious’
Cameroonian/Nigerian Singer/Beauty Entrepreneur Dencia is famous for many things. But did you know she makes close to $20 million per year from the sales of her Skin bleaching cream Whitenicious? She revealed this in a recent interview with French publication Le Monde.
Hear her: “I am accused of proposing a product that pushes women to conform to white standards of beauty , argues Dencia . Americans feel attacked. Honestly, they are just memories of slavery . “She claims not to be interested in the sources of this discomfort, but has a real business and highlights a turnover of $ 20 million per year.” (sic)
Popular Television Presenter, Denrele shared some raunchy photos on Instagram this afternoon.
He wrote “That moment when the Side Chick is not a Chick!#TheMorningAfter #TransTuesday into #WednesdayWant”
Known for his unique personality and style, Denrele also apparently confirmed rumors that he is a homosexual.
The University of Lagos graduate is a delight in the entertainment industry, he is always pictured at awards dressed up in very crazy outfits.
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A Saudi millionaire has been cleared of raping a teenager after claiming he might have accidentally penetrated the 18-year-old when he tripped and fell on her.
Property developer Ehsan Abdulaziz, 46, was accused of forcing himself on the girl as she slept off a night of drinking on the sofa of his Maida Vale flat,Mirror reports..
He had already had sex with her 24-year-old friend and said his penis might have been poking out of his underwear after that sexual encounter when he tripped on the 18-year-old.
The 18-year-old met Abdulaziz in the exclusive Cirque le Soir nightclub in the West End on 7 August last year where she had been spending the evening with her friend, who was known to the businessman.
He invited them to join him at his £1,000-per-night table and then offered them a ride home in his Aston Martin.
The three went back to his apartment, where he offered them designer Roberto Cavalli vodka before taking the second girl into the bedroom for sex.
The teenager claimed she woke in the early hours with Abdulaziz on top of her forcing himself inside her.
Abdulaziz said he had accidentally fallen on the youngster as she tried to seduce him, and that was how traces of his DNA came to be in her vagina.
He said he had gone to wake her to offer her a T-shirt to sleep in or a taxi ride home, but she had pulled him on top of her and placed his hand between her legs.
The jury acquitted Abdulaziz of one count of rape after just 30 minutes of deliberations.
In his evidence, Abdulaziz demonstrated how the complainant had put her hand behind his head to pull her towards him, causing him to fall down.
"I'm fragile, I fell down but nothing ever happened, between me and this girl nothing ever happened," he insisted.
He said it was possible he had semen on his hands after the sexual encounter with her friend.
U S President Barack Obama has appointed a Nigerian, Adewale ‘Wally’ Adeyemo who served in top roles at the Treasury Department to succeed Caroline Atkinson as his deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs.
Adeyemo, 34, has served in Obama’s administration since 2009. He joined the White House’s National Economic Council as deputy director. He was the Treasury’s lead negotiator on the currency agreement that was part of the Pacific trade deal.
A statement by Obama read “For the past four years, I have relied on Caroline Atkinson, most recently as my Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economics, as we’ve navigated pressing challenges to the global economy.
“As my representative at the G-7 and G-20, she played a key role in coordinating our response to international financial crises, worked with our allies to devise and implement targeted economic sanctions to advance our national security goals, played a vital role in our economic engagements with China, and helped to achieve breakthrough agreements on climate that will strengthen our economy and our security.
Adeyemo holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley and another degree from Yale Law School.“I’ve relied on, and benefited from, Caroline’s knowledge and judgment and, as she concludes her tenure on my national security team, I am deeply appreciative of her service.“I am grateful that Caroline’s work will be carried on by Adewale “Wally” Adeyemo, who has served in my administration since 2009. At the Treasury Department, he was part of the team that helped coordinate our response to the global recession, laying the foundation for renewed growth at home and abroad.“He helped establish the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and he’s been our point person on a range of international economic issues, including negotiations on strong currency agreements around the Trans Pacific Partnership. I will be calling on Wally’s intellect, judgment and dedication as we sustain America’s global economic leadership, which reinforces our national security, and as we work with allies and partners around the world to create jobs and opportunity for all our people.”