A preacher flared up at his audience who donated about N4 in total after his sermon. After spending a while preaching to bus passengers, a Kenyan pastor is angry over the poor donation he receives from the travellers.The preacher who collected about N4 from his audience reportedly describes their offering as satanic because he considers it too little.Interacting with the listeners in Swahili, he was heard talking to the bus passengers in a harsh tone.Brian Mutinda shares a clip of the incident on Twitter. ALSO READ: University students to die by hanging for killing pastorPastors can’t do nothing as whirlwind scatters crusadeIn Ukambani, Kenya, a strong wind has disrupted a church crusade held on an open ground.A video shared on YouTube captures a whirlwind as it navigated the breadth of the venue where some Christians were to be gathered.As if with a mind of its own, the wind blew the chairs reserved for sitting like a light object until they lied face down. ALSO READ: “Spirit of Beersheba” sends female messenger to seduce Catholic priestsIf it is X-Files, this is one mystery to solve for Agent Fox Mulder and his partner Dana Scully.In the clip, members who have already taken their positions were made to vacate their seat for fear of being blown by the wind.
A pair of pranksters take a big risk in a bid to fool two hungry lionesses. They attempted this using a Zebra costume. In a thick African jungle, two men have put their lives on the line just to prank two lionesses.A video captures the men wear a costume presenting them as a Zebra. The animals did not notice the oddness in their physique and soon proceed to attacking.One of the lionesses managed to pull off the neck of the dummy Zebra and ran into the bushes.It must have thought it made a kill. ALSO READ: Starving lion in Benin feeds on boy zookeeper
The men who carried out the experiment stroll away from a scene of a planned attack by the animals.It is perhaps a win for them that they made it out of the jungle alive.
A German woman is eager to meet a man willing to pay N103 million for a virginity. Mandy, a 36-year-old woman has met the man of her dreams after auctioning her virginity for N103 million.It has been a long time coming for the virgin who has had to wait a while to be connected with an ideal man. According to the Daily Mail UK, Mandy seeks the help of Cinderella Escorts, a service that offers high class escort all over the world.“Every woman can only lose her virginity once.“But if she has kept them for a very long time, it makes the pleasure all the more valuable,” says Mandy who is a flight attendant. She is eager to meet the highest bidder for her virginity according to a report. ALSO READ: 19-yr-old US model sells virginity to Abu Dhabi Bizman for £2M Contenders such as a lawyer and a football player came close to winning her.The money they offered came in close range to the money paid by the highest bidder.
A man is looking at a possibility of being sacked from his job after texting his boss in a manner which might seem inappropriate. Today, a man named Cory will learn his fate in the hands of a female boss who receives an iMessage telling her he did not give her a “d*ck appointment”.The man who lives in in the city of Joliet, Illinois is expected to meet with his boss Mirabel to discuss the status of his employment at an unnamed company. But it appears to be an unplanned response from Cory who had no idea it was his superior texting him about coming to work. ALSO READ: Angry lady gets fired for reporting white boss who sexually harassed herHe seems to have misinterpreted her message sent from a mobile not registered on his phone.”I’m making you come at 12 on Friday,” reads a text from Mirabel.In a report by Metro News UK, Cory seemed to understand “come” to mean “cum” before she replies:”This is your boss Mirabel I got a new number.”Cory understood that he is in a mess following this response. He plans to show up at his office today to know what the boss has decided.
After the ‘codeine storm’ last year, the BBC documents Tramadol usage within the Boko Haram, vigilantes defending against them and by people who have suffered effects of terrorism. In the Hollywood movie Beast of No Nation, the lead character Agu gets high off ‘Brown Brown’ a mixture of cocaine and gun powder. The drug mixture was also mentioned in the movie Lord of War in which Nicholas Cage is a ruthless drug dealer. It is popular among child soldiers who are used by war lords to fight civil wars in the West Africa in countries like Liberia. In Nigeria’s war against terrorism, the drug of choice is the already notorious Tramadol. The BBC ReportIn June 2018, Stephanie Hegarty published an article for the BBC about the Tramadol consumption that, “the vigilante fighters, those displaced by the war and even the militants themselves” are hooked on the drug. The wave is crippling Borno State where thousands of people are addicted to Tramadol.Addicted vigilantesIn essence, the northern drug use has created a positive and negative; tramadol-addicted insurgents make for positivity, but addicted vigilantes is a definite negative. While we hope drugs propel the insurgents to make improperly calculated destructions that lead to foiled attacks, we expect vigilantes, sworn to protect people to be on their best levels of sanity. Mustafa Kolo, a 23-year old vigilante says, “It really helps me in fighting Boko Haram,” he says. “When I go into the bush, even the way I run, the way I walk, it’s different. It gives me strength.”ALSO READ: Kidnapper dies from Tramadol Admittedly, one needs a unique level of bravery to face such force as the Boko Haram, that only a few humans possess and this could be a cheap excuse for drug use, you do not use drugs that you do not enjoy. Moreover, enjoyment fuels addiction. Once you are hooked, arguments on bravery cannot avail you.As the article continues, Hegarty interviews Marcus Ayuba who heads a unit run by Nigeria’s National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). He tells her that, “The problem is really huge.” The reports goes on to document Ayuba intimating that, “by his own estimate, one in three young people are addicted to the drug” in Maiduguri.For clarity, the article documents Mustafa Kolo, a 23-year old member of a vigilante unit who confirms that he, “used to take three to four when I first began taking it. But now I have reduced it to one or half.” Bereaved people and mental healthSome of them take the drug to numb their pain. Parents who have lost children told Ayuba that “What else can we do? We just want to get out of this world.” This bring to the fore, the issue of mental health, post-traumatic stress disorder predated by loss — sometimes repeated in a place desolated by the effects of terrorism.These ones need comfort and they seek it from wrong places. Nonetheless, people take the loss of loved ones differently. The case of people people who have lost multiple loved ones is however, unimaginable to the average mind. Drug abuse is however not the way. Two wrongs will never make a right.ALSO READ: How one of Fela’s ex-band players is fighting drug abuse in NigeriaBoko-Tramadol-HaramHegarty documents Boko Haram camps where edibles and water were scarce, but had ample supply of Tramadol. According to her, this reality has however been shelved with the Nigerian Army closing in and eliminating several camps.She documents a 21-year old former Boko Haram member saying, “When you are going for a military operation you will be given it to take, otherwise if you take it you will be killed, They told us when you take it you will be less afraid — you will be strong and courageous.” Tramadol is the popular drug in Nigeria’s battle against Boko Haram. The infamy of this drug would steadily be on the rise as terrorism is still a factor in Northern Nigeria and the Southern region as well because of unemployment and a high poverty level.
To qualify for the scholarship, interested students are expected to shop any HP products above N10,500 on Jumia App between August 13th and September 16th, 2018. Jumia, together with Hewlett-Packard (HP), will provide 15 students with N3.7 million worth of educational scholarships. Also, Jumia is encouraging kids ages 4-15 to redesign its existing logo using physical drawing books for a chance to be featured on its website, and win thousands of prizes. Lagos, Nigeria; 16 August 2018: Jumia, Nigeria’s number 1 online shopping destination, has partnered with Hewlett-Packard (HP) to award N3,700,000 worth of educational scholarships to 15 students who are between Basic 4 and University level, and are residents and schooling in Nigeria. To qualify for the scholarship, interested students are expected to shop any HP products above N10,500 on Jumia App between August 13th and September 16th, 2018. Students below 18 years must obtain consents in writing from their parents or legal guardians before participating.“Winners will be announced via Jumia’s Facebook live session and contacted ahead of school resumption. There will also be 1 scholarship to be won via the treasure hunt item during the campaign,” said Olamide Amosu, Head of Engagement Marketing for Jumia.This is part of the ongoing Jumia’s School Resumption campaign which will also see the launch of an Art Contest aimed at bringing out the artistic instincts in kids within ages 4-15. The participating kids are expected to recreate the existing Jumia logo, and the winning logo will be featured on Jumia.com.ng website for 24 hours. In addition, the winner will walk away with ₦90,000 worth of goody bags to be carted away respectively by the contest winner and the runner ups.The logo entries will be assessed on artistic merit and creativity. Interested kids are expected to take note of the following details, in order to stand a chance of being shortlisted: (1) Send all entries to firstname.lastname@example.org (2)The designs should be drawn using a physical drawing book (3) Voting will start August 27th (4) 10 of the best designs will be shortlisted and voting for the winners will be done on @jumianigeria Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (5) Follow and use the hashtag #JumiaArtContest on social media for all updates.The Jumia School Resumption Campaign, which is described as Nigeria’s largest collection of school items at the best prices, is targeted at students and parents whose kids will be returning to school for the new session in September. The campaign provides parents and guardians with over 500,000 school items to choose from, and up to 65% discounts on selected items.
After meeting in a bus ride, a man and a married woman have sex but dies after the meeting. A 40-year-old woman, Monsurat Idowu has been reported dead after having sex with a younger secret lover, Kelvin Michael who is 28 years old.Michael has been arrested for her death following what Punch News describes as a “marathon sex”. On Wednesday, August 15, 2018, the suspect is arrested by the police in Ogun State. Punch confirms in a report that he met the deceased during a bus ride in Ketu, Lagos.He invites the 40-year-old to the residence of his friend in Ota, Ogun State where they both have sex.The police learns about the incident when Benjamin Okereke of the Ota General Hospital puts a call across to the force. ALSO READ: Lady dies after meeting Facebook boyfriendKevin Micheal reportedly took the corpse to the health center but can’t explain how she died.A spokesperson for the police, Abimbola Oyeyemi provides a clearer picture in a report by Punch.“The suspect told the police that he invited her to the house of his friend in Ota where the deceased slumped and died shortly after they had sex.“The police contacted Monsurat’s husband, Lamidi Idowu, who is a commercial bus driver,” Oyeyemi tells Punch. The corpse has been taken to a mortuary for an autopsy report while the police in Ogun State proceed with investigation.
Yusuf popularly known as Santa Claus on campus reportedly stabbed Sheriff in the neck and fled. A 100 level student of Banking and Finance at Kogi State University, Ayingba Yusuf Jimoh has reportedly stabbed his hostel mate, Sheriff Ali Umar to death, over a girlfriend.According to the Nation, the tragic incident happened when the two students started an argument over a girl, which led to a fight between them.Despite the intervention of some people who separated them, the students continued to fight and Yusuf, whose nickname was given as Santa Claus, allegedly broke a bottle and stabbed Sheriff in the neck.Before hostel master could get to the scene, Yusuf had reportedly fled while Sherif was seen lying in the pool of his blood. ALSO READ: Man sneaks into female ward to have sex with sick wifeAccording to an eyewitness, Yusuf’s younger brother, Lateef, who also stays in the same hostel has also fled following his brother’s alleged crime.The eyewitness said, “We were all in our rooms when we suddenly overheard Sheriff and Yusuf raising their voices against each other. Some of us came out to know what was wrong. When we discovered their argument was over a girl, we told them to forget about it. Even the landlord came out and told them to stop arguing over the girl.“We believed they would behave like adults and we left them, hoping they would not engage in the argument again. After we left, a fight suddenly broke out between the two of them. Before some of us could rush to the scene, Yusuf had stabbed Sherriff in the neck with a broken bottle and fled immediately.“As a blogger, I wanted to take pictures of the scene but what I saw was beyond my explanation. I was frightened, seeing Sheriff in a pool of his own blood. When Lateef was called out of his room, he ran away immediately when he saw what his brother had done.”Nigerian teenager stabbed to death in LondonIn June, a Nigerian teenager identified as Jordan Gbolade Jaiyeola has been stabbed to death in a fight after a birthday party.The ill-fated event took place at a community centre in east London.According to The Sun, three teenagers have been arrested for the murder of the 15-year-old and have been taken to separate police stations for further questioning.
Nigerian millennials are going back in time to the 90s and are getting inspired by the creative spirit of Nollywood home videos. Within the last 5 years or so, it has become the norm for young people all over the world, millennials as the world comes them, to go back to the 90s for artistic, creative and fashion inspiration.In 2016, it was common to see young Nigerians rock th famous Cash Money t-shirts with the huge logo and excessive display of blinged out designs in Lagos. And in case you haven’t noticed, the VHS filter app is now a cool tool to give your video that cool retro home video film. No one knows the reason behind the renaissance of 90’s aesthetics. You could blame ‘Stranger Things’- the hit Netflix show that unashamedly taps into 80s and 90s nostalgia. ALSO READ: 30 unforgettable home videos you should watch againOne thing we are sure about is that trends never die. They lurk in the dark until a generation dusts its up and deems it to be cool again.Right now in Nigeria, there has been a growing appreciation of the aesthetics of the home video era. Nigerian home videos started in the early 90s as an avenue for filmmakers to sell their movies, after the crumble of Nigerian cinemas.Low budget, poorly produced, cheesy special effects, and over-the-top acting were the main features of most of these home videos. Though they were insanely popular at the time, they did receive their fair share of criticisms. Apart from the already stated features, Nollywood home videos also featured weird camera angles and a unique sense of fashion.By 2004, the first era of Nollywood started to fade off because of the G8 ban. A few years later, Nollywood’s big players would turn their attention back to the cinema. Now, with bid budget Nollywood productions frequently showing in cinemas, Nigerian millennials have turned their attention to the glorious 90s of spaghetti tops and baggy denim pants. Nollywood aesthetics and the Nigerian video style as forerunnersIn March 2018, Pulse wrote an article about a fast growing Instagram account, Nolly Babes, which posts screen shots of Nollywood home videos. It celebrates the fashion statements and style in ’90s and 2000s Nollywood movies. The Instagram account has close to 5,000 followers and now serves as an inspiration for creatives who want to tap into the independent spirit of Nollywood movie makers during this period.Nigerian photographer, Andiekan, recently did a photo shoot which was inspired by the throwback Instagram account.Nolly Babes is not the only online account tapping into the home video vibe. On Twitter, Yung Nollywood has been extracting screen shots from the home videos of the 90s with humourous subtitles to match. Presently at 10,000 followers, the account has developed a following. 90s inspired music videosThe thirst for the 90s vibe is also reflecting in music videos too. Rising pop act Pretty Boy D.O who flirted with home video aesthetics in his ‘Footwork’ music video went full 90s on his next music video ‘Chop Elbow’. ALSO READ: Read up on Genevieve Nnaji’s 2004 feminist anthemThe anti-establishment song boasts of an extremely low budget and weird visual that immediately takes you back to the days of Even Ezra produced music videos. The music video even has the shaky chroma key scene, a staple of 90s music videos in Nigeria. In the alte scene, poster boys Odunsi, Santi and Zamir star in the VHS shot video of ‘Alte Cruise’. The mood and vibe of the music video is a nostalgic trip to the peak era of VHS. Santi would double down on his love for home video aesthetics when he released a trailer for his latest single ‘Freaky’ which featured his own visuals mixed with the trailer of a spiritual thriller made by the controversial evangelist Helen Ukpabio. Why are Nigerian millennials tapping into the 90sThere is a cool about recreating the trends of yesteryears. The trendsetter of whatever contemporary generation also become trendsetters by revisiting the old school to create newness.On July 13, 2018, an article on Urban Central addressed the aesthetic obsession with the Nigerian altè movement. It highlighted the retro, scenery, props, no bra and VHS aesthetics that seemed palpable across board.The trendy generation has only just borrowed from a familiar source. The 90s-2000s Nollywood aesthetics has inspired on a few noticeable fronts that we constantly overlook.ALSO READ: How lucrative is the acting business in Nollywood?The 90s influenceMostly though, they have influenced contemporary music video culture and contemporary style. What they did was create a template for future pop culture and attractive styles.They introduced the world to the ideas, however avant-garde or terrible they seemed. While our generation will want to take credit for making these aesthetics attractive, we can’t. We have the luxury of evolution and positively, time on our behalf.The key though has been time, as a true custodian of change and purveyor of evolution that makes things better. This same time has again proved a worthy reason why things we critiqued have been reborn as ‘new and cool’.Will the 90s throwback movement end anytime soon? Most likely. Our generation would soon be bored of this era and seek inspiration from another time, maybe the 60s or the 70s. Who knows. While this wave lasts, let us ride it to the highest crest.
Six men have been arrested by the police in Abia State on suspicion of being homosexuals. At the City Gobal Hotel in Aba, two gay lovers have reportedly been caught kissing each other at a bar stationed in the hospitality home.The attention of the police has been called to the incident which led to the arrest of six men in total. On Thursday, the Abia State Police Commissioner Mr Anthony Ogbizi paraded Fred Ndubuisi, Anyanwu Chidera, Kamsiriochukwu Onuoha, Anderson Emeruwa, Sampson Nwadike and Nnadi Promise on suspicion of acts of homosexuality frowned at by the law in Nigeria.It wasn’t meIn a conversation with Punch News, one of the suspects Anyanwu Chidera denies being gay.“I arrived the hotel at about 6pm and I asked my friend to book for a room for me. The hotel management said we should pay N5,000 for a room and we could afford it. So, we decided to manage that one room.“After drinking at the hotel bar, we went to the room to change our clothes. “It was at that time that we heard a knock on the door and when we opened the door, the manager started asking why we were six in the room.“After explaining to him, he said they don’t allow more that three persons in a room and that was how he accused us of practising homosexuality in the room. “There was nothing like kissing or making love in the room and we are not gays,” he tells Punch.ALSO READ: Man killed for rejecting sexual advances from homosexual friendA hair stylist Anyanwu Chidera is reportedly responsible for bringing five others together. Unable to find a preferred accommodation at the hotel, he opts to pay for a room which they all shared. Chidera confirms to Punch that the group convened for his birthday party. But the explanation might not serve any use if the manager at the City Gobal Hotel is able to present an evidence showing them in the act of homosexuality.
At the City Gobal Hotel in Aba, two gay lovers have reportedly been caught kissing each other at a bar stationed in the hospitality home.The attention of the police has been called to the incident which led to the arrest of six men in total. On Thursday, the Abia State Police Commissioner Mr Anthony Ogbizi paraded Fred Ndubuisi, Anyanwu Chidera, Kamsiriochukwu Onuoha, Anderson Emeruwa, Sampson Nwadike and Nnadi Promise on suspicion of acts of homosexuality frowned at by the law in Nigeria.It wasn’t meIn a conversation with Punch News, one of the suspects Anyanwu Chidera denies being gay.“I arrived the hotel at about 6pm and I asked my friend to book for a room for me. The hotel management said we should pay N5,000 for a room and we could afford it. So, we decided to manage that one room.“After drinking at the hotel bar, we went to the room to change our clothes. “It was at that time that we heard a knock on the door and when we opened the door, the manager started asking why we were six in the room.“After explaining to him, he said they don’t allow more that three persons in a room and that was how he accused us of practising homosexuality in the room. “There was nothing like kissing or making love in the room and we are not gays,” he tells Punch.ALSO READ: Man killed for rejecting sexual advances from homosexual friendA hair stylist Anyanwu Chidera is reportedly responsible for bringing five others together. Unable to find a preferred accommodation at the hotel, he opts to pay for a room which they all shared. Chidera confirms to Punch that the group convened for his birthday party. But the explanation might not serve any use if the manager at the City Gobal Hotel is able to present an evidence showing them in the act of homosexuality.
The Nigerian singer and philanthropist told the youth that after over 50 years of independence the current levels of poverty across African nations have a common denominator, which one word is, corruption! Today, ONE Campaigns anti-corruption ambassador, Innocent Idibia also known as TuBaba, joined the 2018 Africa Governance Architecture (AGA) Regional Youth Consultations in Gaborone, Botswana, as a guest of honour. The Nigerian singer and philanthropist told the youth that after over 50 years of independence the current levels of poverty across African nations have a common denominator, which one word is, corruption!The conference which forms part of the African Union’s 2018 theme: Winning the Fight Against Corruption, aims to provide a collaborative, open and inclusive space to leverage and foster meaningful participation of young people in the fight against corruption on the continent.Half of Africa’s youth between the ages of 15 and 17 are out of school. This means that over 93 million children and youths are out of school and 53million of these are girls.Edwin Ikhouria, ONE’s Transparency and Accountability Manager, said: “The population of Africa will double by the year 2050, this is a disaster waiting to happen because when there are no jobs for the youth and no opportunities, violence is knocking at the door”.He further stated that “the youth must demand better access to government budget and expenditure. Transparency is the only way all of us can get involved. We must demand it from all of our leaders.”TuBaba lamented the lack of opportunities for the youth which forces them to risk their lives to find perceived better opportunities abroad.“Young Africans are dying in the Mediterranean Sea trying to cross to Europe. In 2018 alone the number of deaths of migrating youths that drowned in the sea reached 1,000 in July”, said TuBaba. The sessions showcased the realities of fighting corruption on the continent and how youths can engage their respective governments. Consultations will also take place in Senegal and Morocco later in August and mid-September respectively.
This partnership is anchored on Coca-Cola’s 5by20 Programme which is the Company’s global commitment to enable the economic empowerment of 5 million women entrepreneurs across the its value chain by 2020. Lagos, Nigeria, 15 August 2018 – The Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF), Coca-Cola Nigeria Ltd and its bottling partner, Nigeria Bottling Company today signed a partnership agreement to empower 1,000 women in Lagos State. Through this partnership framework the selected women will receive training in financial literacy and business skills as well as start-up capital to integrate them into the Coca-Cola value chain as retailers of the Company’s beverage products. This partnership is anchored on Coca-Cola’s 5by20 Programme which is the Company’s global commitment to enable the economic empowerment of 5 million women entrepreneurs across the its value chain by 2020.Representing the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund at the MoU signing ceremony, the Executive Secretary LSETF, Akintunde Oyebode stated, The LSETF’s mandate is aimed at creating an enabling environment for Lagos residents to realize their business aspirations by providing leverage & access to finance for them to thrive, while ensuring employment and innovative opportunities for all residents of the state. A partnership with an organisation such as Coca-Cola assures us that we are working in the right direction and strengthens our commitment to building entrepreneurs within the state. We understand that to empower a woman, is to empower a whole generation. We will continue to provide accessible and affordable credit to support women as they seek to start or expand their businesses; because when we do, we create wealth and employment that alleviates poverty.”The Managing Director of Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited, Mr Bhupendra Suri, reiterated the company’s commitment saying, “Now more than ever, we are certain of our commitment to the well-being of our communities, a critical part of which are our women. As pillars of their communities, women invest a sizable portion of the income they earn on the health and education of their children and in their local economies, creating a tremendous economic impact. Lagos State Employment Trust Fund is our partner of choice for this initiative considering our shared vision on women empowerment and its vast network across the State.”He further stated that realizing the vision of enabling the economic empowerment of 5 million women by 2020 depends on building scalable models and powerful partnerships, across business, civil society and government, which is vital to maximizing the impact of their programs and making them more sustainable. Mrs Sade Morgan, Legal and Public Affairs Communication Director, Nigeria Bottling company, in agreement, said, “As a part of The Coca-Cola System, we understand the importance of partnerships. Our business and its growth in Nigeria are a result of strategic partnerships with distributors, retailers and our consumers. Whenever there is a call to collaborate for sustainable impact, we ensure we are there to support it with our expertise. We will work to position each beneficiary in strategic locations that are profitable and link them up to our distribution network, so that the ripple effect of individual growth can be felt across our society.”Coca-Cola and its bottling partner, Nigeria Bottling Company, will provide access to Coca-Cola trade assets (including coolers, tables, umbrellas and Coca-Cola beverage products); peer networks, funds for training and support beneficiaries in the set-up of retail outlets in commercially viable locations; linking them to the nearest Coca-Cola distributors. LSETF will fund the trade assets and co-fund the programme implementation while also leading the identification and recruitment of participants to the programme. This timely and welcome public private partnership is the second one between Lagos State Government and Coca-Cola System, the first one having been launched in 2012 and has so far empowered 300 women in the State. For more information about 5by20, please write to : email@example.comMedia Enquiries Name: Amaka OnyemelukweEmail: nonyemelukwe@coca-cola.
In the first experiment, the psychologists explored the relationship between financial security and men’s preferences in breast size. Two psychologists, Viren Swami and Martin Tovée Rich have conducted a study that revealed how rich men love small boobs and poor men love big boobs.According to Metro news, the psychologists conducted a study that investigated the relation of men’s access to resources with their preferences for women’s boobs size.It was further reported that the two psychologists carried out two experiments in which they tested whether men who lack material goods would find larger breasts more desirable than men who do have material goods. First ExperimentIn the first experiment, the psychologists explored the relationship between financial security and men’s preferences in breast size. 266 men from three socioeconomic status were recruited for this experiment. Each of the men was shown animated female figures, each varying in breast size. The men were rated out of five for physical attractiveness. The result showed that men with a lower socioeconomic status found larger breasts more appealing than those with a higher socio-economic status.ALSO READ: Nigerian men search for big breasts on PornhubSecond ExperimentThe psychologist again moved for the second experiment where breast size ratings were compared in reflection to the evolutionary perspective of breast size. The second experiment was based on a full stomach, where 66 hungry male university students were used as case study.55 of the 66 male students with satisfied appetites to test whether the security of food had an effect on their preferences.The psychologists also used white males for this study, as ethnicity is known to influence breast size preferences.The while males were shown five women with varying sized breasts. Again, the hungry males preferred the bigger breasted women more than the satiated men.
Governor Albert Chalamila had ordered that all the inhabitants of the village – numbering 1600- be arrested regardless of their condition. The arrest of 1,600 people living in a village has been ordered by the Governor of the region where the village is situated.According to reports by Tanzanian local media, Governor Albert Chalamila of the Mbeya region ordered the arrest of every member of the village for the vandalisation of water pipes in Ngolo village.The people of Ngolo village were accused of vandalisation when a mob destroyed water pipes taking water to a neighbouring settlement in Mbeya region.It was also reported that Governor Chalamila made the arrest order on Wednesday, August 15, 2018.Governor Albert Chalamila had “ordered that all the inhabitants of this village be arrested regardless of their condition,” AFP reports. The arrest was supposed to be carried out by the region’s police on Thursday, August 16, 2018.ALSO READ: Five arrested for vandalising Agip pipelinesPolice move in vehicles to arrest villagersMbeya regional commander, Ulrich Matei confirmed to local media that the police responded to the Governor’s arrest order on Thursday.“They committed economic sabotage. The government has disbursed money, installed water pipes and they destroyed them! We cannot accept that,” Matie said.Matei said police operatives with enough vehicles and fuel were deployed to Ngolo village to effect the arrest of the villagers.