Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Kim K teache ladies how to make slipper breast look firm(photos)

Kim Kardashian shared photos of her bare breast held firmly with a duct tape on her website and explains that it is her secret of keeping her cleavage perfect; She wrote;

'I definitely had to share my tape secret with you guys!! It's my secret trick to have perfect cleavage in photos.You tape them up so they are super lifted. It takes a little work but trust me it's all worth it LOL.

'I've used everything from duct tape to packing tape to masking tape and I think that the best I found is gaffer's tape.It sticks the best! Make sure you don't have any lotion or oils on when you're lifting your boobs up with the tape. Just brace yourself for when it's time to take it off LOL."

Psquare Family War: ‘My brother, only God can rescue you’ | Jude replies Peter

In spite of his younger brother’s tweets suggesting a possible severing of ties between Psquare and Northside Management, Jude Okoye appears unwilling to spill more beans or even entertain the brewing crisis.
Rather than delve into the matter, Jude -also took to Twitter- to say that Peter’s action is as a result of what ‘he has been going through lately’.
He however, advised Peter to ‘be prayerful’ while adding that ‘only God can rescue’ him.
What exactly Peter needs rescuing from; Jude failed to state.
See his tweets below.
Lol @pdf file. Abeg join us pray for him too. He's bn going through a lot lately 

Peter of PSquare blasts brother Jude Okoye’s “poor” managerial Skills | Says “No More Family Business”

It's yet another phase in the seemingly unending drama and break up tales in the Psquare camp and the usual suspect, Peter Okoye has embarked on a twitter rant.
This time, he says Psqaure won’t break up but their management needs to be sacked!
The Psquare management is headed by their elder brother, Jude Okoye who doubles as the CEO of Northside Inc, home to reggae star, Cynthia Morgan.
The cause of this new feud is not yet known, but according to Peter Okoye, it’s been going on for over 4 years and they can’t take it anymore.
See his tweets below.

Native doctor kills two brothers seeking bullet-proof protection(Photo)

A NATIVE doctor in Kogi State has butchered his own customers and close acquaintances for years. Mallam Ibrahim Muhammed Dabasabe, who also claimed to be a Muslim cleric, discreetly murdered two brothers, Tanko Abubakar and Muhammed Kudu Abubakar, who both came for spiritual guidance. The two brothers from Niger State were killed by their host and their bodies buried behind Dabasabe compound.

They had visited based on their familiarity with the herbalist when he lived in their family house in Bida some years back. Though not the first time the brothers would be visiting, they had come to complain that the last consultation, which was a charm to make someone impervious to bullets and gunshots, had failed.

But they met their death after Dabasabe gave them poison, which he told the brothers would make the bulletproof charm effective. The concoction had an immediate effect on the brothers, who began to writhe in pain. When death delayed in coming, the native doctor hastened it by using a pestle to smash their skull after which he buried them in his compound.

Confessing to the murder, Dabasabe said he was confused on what next to do after collecting huge sums of money for the native bulletproof protection. “So, I decided to poison the two and used pestle to break their heads when the poison did not kill them instantly.”

Former Borno Governor, Ali Modu-Sheriff named PDP Chairman

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Tuesday named onetime Governor of Borno State, Ali Modu Sheriff as its new chairman.
Addressing newsmen at the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja, spokesman of the party, Olisa Metuh said all organs of the party, including, the national caucus, PDP Governors’ Forum and the National Assembly caucuses agreed on the selection of Sheriff.
Metuh noted that the decision would be communicated to the Board of Trustees and subsequently, the National Executive Committee, NEC, for ratification before a formal announcement would be made.
Sheriff was picked at the National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting held in Abuja.
Sheriff is replacing former Chairman, Ahmadu Mu’azu, who resigned shortly after the party lost the last Presidential election.
The former Senator from Borno State, prior to being named the new Chairman of Nigeria’s largest opposition party, has been a controversial figure amid allegation that he funded and sponsored the Boko Haram insurgent group, an allegation he has since refuted.