Kalakuta is live, yet static film roll of Fela’s life and essence, in rebranded magnificence. Fela is the greatest Nigerian artist ever and arguably the most important African act to have lived.He would have been 80 years old yesterday. In some ways, Fela might have been the quintessential table shaker of his time, but he’s as important today as he was then.He’s not just a musical icon either, he was a pop culture pinnacle that was ahead of his time and for that, his genius and daredevil appetite defined his path and created a legacy.You cannot be a legacy if you play it safe.Kalakuta RepublicKalakuta Republic was Fela’s home at Idi-Oro, Agege road, Mushin Lagos, where he housed his family and band members and where the madness and legendary things went down. It was where he created a diversion from FESTAC ’77, that became a global spectacle.It was the enclave that housed global superstars like Stevie Wonder, who grew addicted to the drug that was Fela’s eccentricities within its bowels. It was where Paul McCartney smoked the best weed his life. It was where Mama Olufunmilayo Ransome-Kuti was maltreated by zombies of the Nigerian military — ‘scars’ from which she never recovered.It was there that Fela got arrested on multiple occasions for fighting for Nigeria’s liberation from the military core tearing it apart and mortgaging its future on the platform of power.It was also there that his $1 million proceeds from a record deal got carted away by members of the Nigerian military. The sands of Kalakuta document Nigerian history.If only sands could talk… If only musings of the sand could be translated into plain text. It can’t…However, from what we see, we will document the importance of a Kalakuta to any visitor and what they scream in hushed voices to tourists who hope to feel the soul of Fela through such visits.You will feel the soul, albeit a recreation. But here are the five things you’d notice on a visit t Kalakuta Republic;1.) Props: the mock art of his shoes, music instruments, statues in regalia, family portraits Fela was many things, but some of those things were afforded by his fashion accessories that typified his risqué fashion choices — sometimes, involving only pants. Asides that, he was music and enjoyed a somewhat close relationship with his family. His idea of living centred around nonconformism.The fundamentals of that are exemplified by the props you find at Kalakuta.2.) Fela’s GraveOn the day Fela died was buried, I was but a lad, but I remember how his body was left for people to see in a glass coffin — if memory serves.In some ways, I only had a rudimentary knowledge of Fela’s music, but playground rumors amongst 5-year olds about unfounded embellishments or even total fabrications will shock you in my generation.Asides India vs. Nigeria madness, you heard rumours that Fela bought a whole airplane to transport vegetables and greens to shame military leaders.In a lot of ways, that moment probably told me something I wanted about my life. They didn’t allow children in, but my mother somehow found a way.Seeing his grave is surreal, but so are tombs that are now home to great men. His resting place will definitely fill you with some kind of emotion.3.) Fela’s Room Fela’s room is a collection of artsy eccentricities of a Maverick and the carefully selected items of a connoisseur. The man was attractively complicated, but that was the entire attraction about him.Though his room has been embellished with extra detail, you still feel some closeness to Fela in that space, especially when you hear tales from a familiar folk while in there.You see his clothes, his shoes, his bed, and other things. It’s like a curation of the finer things that soared in worth through genius.ALSO READ: Things you didn’t know about Kalakuta4.) Paper cuttings of Fela’s political exploits as an activist Fela feared nothing and that made him dare some mad things. He was the daredevil who couldn’t stomach what his people suffered, so he dared death.Reportedly, some Kalakuta boys even beat some errant members of the Nigerian Military, which brought hell on Kalakuta. Fela lost his money, his freedom and started losing his mother that day.Those cuttings highlight the different things Fela did to stand out in his generation. How he found the strength is still beyond me.5.) The Fela EssencePeople like Fela have a spirit and with that comes an essence, nigh a culture that rarely dies.Fela lives in and even in the walls of Kalakuta in 2018, a walk will tell you they’re laced with the essence of Fela, sometimes, you almost reach out and touch it.
The 2018 NiRA Bloggers Summit is a one-day gathering of Nigerian bloggers. There is no doubt that the Internet and particularly social media has revolutionized the way news, views and opinions are consumed in our society today. Coming on the heel of this revolution is the advent of fake news and hate speeches. A challenge that can only be addressed by educating those who need to know the impact of these twin evils on building a useful and responsible Internet.There is no doubt that bloggers are becoming prominent and influential in the society. Considering the number of bloggers in Nigeria and the need to create a healthy atmosphere for their creativity to blossom in the blogging sphere, NiRA has identified the need to bring bloggers together to assist them with relevant strategies and opportunities to responsibly push up their value propositions to the society and maximize their talents. It is therefore not out of place, to also give potential bloggers and existing bloggers the opportunity to interact, develop and improve not only their blogging skills but also their business management skills. Welcome the NIRA bloggers’ summit.The 2018 NiRA Bloggers Summit is a one-day gathering of Nigerian bloggers. The Summit is aimed at bringing together the blogging community and stakeholders in Nigeria to learn, network, and cultivate their presence in the online community. There would be educational sessions, brand events, influencer interactions, and sessions on monetizing blogs, working with brands as a senior influencer and discussions on other topical issues such as legal impact of online payment, blogging about the society and individuals, etc. The maiden event is scheduled to hold on Thursday, 18th of October 2018 at 8 Funsho Williams Avenue, Surulere, Iponri, Lagos State. Interested participants are kindly requested to register via the link https://nira.org.ng/blogger. Since this is a community event, the door is open for other stakeholders and sponsors who want to be a part of the Summit. There will be opportunities to take on booths, to exhibit products and services. If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the summit, please email email@example.com. We look forward to your participation in the event.
With a staff strength of over 2,200 operating in 3 manufacturing sites and 8 branch offices across the country, Nestlé, produces and markets high quality nutritious foods adapted to the needs of Nigerians. Nestlé Nigeria Plc has been operating as one of the largest food and beverage companies in Nigeria for over 57 years.With a staff strength of over 2,200 operating in 3 manufacturing sites and 8 branch offices across the country, Nestlé, produces and markets high quality nutritious foods adapted to the needs of Nigerians. As a business principle, Nestlé works to create value for everyone across its value chain while ensuring the success of its business and meeting shareholder expectations. This principle is called Creating Shared Value (CSV) and is embedded in the way Nestlé does business. From promoting grassroots sports development to supporting farmers and distributors who are a part of its value chain, Nestlé has been able to add value to the lives of many in line with its purpose of enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. Below, you will find testimonials of a few among many direct beneficiaries of Nestlé Nigeria’s way of doing business by Creating Shared Value for everyone connected to its business. Nestlé Nigeria#thisisourjourney.
The Landlord had apparently asked for the 18-month rent of N28,000 owed him. Paul Ajayi, a Landlord at Fanibi Layout, off Ondo Road, Akure, Ondo State has had his lips bitten off by Yemi Daramola, his tenant over unpaid rent.Daramola had been living in the one-bedroom apartment for over three years with her husband, but they recently started having problems with the landlord because he asked for unpaid rent of N28,000 spanning months.In his interview with Radio Nigeria, Paul Ajayi said, “They owed me 18 months’ rent and I went to meet the husband when he arrived from work at around 8 o’clock at night.“The husband begged me to exercise patience that he would see me the following morning. I warned them to stop postponing payment because I have been asking them to pay till the rent piled up to eighteen months.ALSO READ: Timeline of the shooting of Anita Akapson by the Police in Abuja, a year after returning home from the UK“The 18 months rent they owe me is N28,000 as well as electricity bill which is about N6 ,000. On the following morning, the husband came to me, begging, which I insisted that they have to pay.“Later, I saw out my friends that visited me and as I was coming back, the wife attacked me. She hit me and tried to target my scrotum. As I was trying to bend to save my scrotum, she bit my lips and cut it off. That was when I reported the case at Fanibi Police Station.”The matter has since been reported to the police who have taken the matter up.
Upon her killing, and complaint by Segalink, the IGP has or On October 13, 2018, news broke that UK returnee, Anita Akapson was murdered by members of the Nigerian Police Force, Abuja Command and the tragic news has since become a social media trend. As a matter of necessity, activists like JJ Omojuwa, (@Omojuwa on Twitter) and Segun Awosanya, (@Segalink on Twitter) have since weighed in on the matter with #JusticeForAnita fast becoming a needed trend to shelve the police madness in Nigeria. ALSO READ: Timeline of the shooting of Anita Akapson by the Police in Abuja, a year after returning home from the UKThe IGP Orders investigation into the matter and arrest of policemen involved On Monday, October 15, 2018, the Abuja Police Command released a statement signed by DCP Jimoh Moshood,Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, Abuja. It contains details of the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris’ order and intentions on future directions of the matter thus;”Date: 15th October, 2018PRESS RELEASERE: Death of Miss Anita Akapson at Katampe Extension, Abuja• IGP has ordered the detention and investigation of Policemen involved in the incident that led to the death of Miss Anita Akapson• He deeply commiserate with the family of the deceased and assure them that justice will be done in the matterThe Inspector General of Police has directed the Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja to immediately detain and personally carry out a thorough investigation of policemen involved in the incident that resulted in the death of Miss Anita Akapson at Katampe Extension, Abuja on the night of Saturday, 13th October, 2018; and bring the perpetrators to justice.2. The IGP deeply commiserate with the family of the deceased and hereby assure them that justice will be done in the matter. The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Command is already in touch with the family as directed by the Inspector General of Police.3. The public will be informed of the outcome of investigations into the incident.” Pulse will update you with further details as they unfold.
There is no better endorsement for the 5-a-side format than that of arguably the two greatest players in the history of football. In an interview with FIFA.com Cristiano Ronaldo confessed that, “If it wasn’t for futsal (5-a-side football), I wouldn’t be the player I am today”.Messi made a similar admission in his own FIFA.com interview explaining, “As a little boy in Argentina, I played futsal on the streets and for my club. It was tremendous fun, and it really helped me become who I am today.” There is no better endorsement for the 5-a-side format than that of arguably the two greatest players in the history of football.Messi and Ronaldo are, however, not the only international superstars who honed their skills playing 5-a-side football.1. Pele:Widely considered as one of the greatest player of all time, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, more commonly known as Pelé, is the highest scoring player in professional football history. He’s won an numerous awards including World Player Of The Century, Football Player Of The Century, and FIFA’s Ballon d’Or. Growing up in poverty, Pelé started playing football from a young age using stuffed socks or a grapefruit as a replacement for a ball he could not yet afford. In his mid-teens, he joined a futsal team called Radium in his hometown of Bauru. He recalls “It’s a lot quicker than 11-man football. You have to think really quickly because everyone is close to each other.” According to Pele, the confidence he gained playing 5-a-side was invaluable to his football career.2. Xavi Hernandez:Spanish all-star midfielder, Xavier “Xavi” Hernandez Creus was the first player in Barcelona’s history to play 150 international matches and is considered to be one of the best midfielders of all time. When discussing the benefits of 5-a-side football with UEFA, he explained that, “Perhaps in regular football you cannot appreciate the talent. Everything is more physical. But in 5 a-side, you have small details of quality, class and tactical aspects.”3. Neymar Jr:Sao Paulo native, Neymar (Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior), made waves by winning four consecutive Player of the Year awards by the time he was 21. Like the other players on this list, Neymar honed his skills playing futsal on the streets of his home town. In a recent interview, Neymar explained that, “5 a-side football helps a lot because you need to think quickly. It’s a more dynamic game and today in Europe there’s not much space so you need to think quicker.”4. Ronaldinho:Much like many Brazilian football stars, Ronaldinho (Ronaldo de Assis Moreira) grew up in a poor neighbourhood and turned to 5-a-side in the streets of his hometown at a very young age. Many football experts point to his start with 5-a-side in developing his unique playing style that confused his opponents and delighted audience globally. Discussing his time playing futsal, Ronaldinho explained “It’s played in a very small space and the ball control is different to regular soccer. To this day, my ball control is pretty similar to a futsal player’s control.”As the Betway 5s League continue this weekend, teams from around Lagos will compete for their place in the playoffs. Will an international star get his start at the tournament? Only time will tell. Get all the Betway 5s League match schedules, results, league standings, player stats and video highlights when you visit the Betway 5s League website.
The couple got to know details of the lease and made a 3-year ownership bid In December 2017, Londoners, Gina Lyons and Mark Lee had just gotten married, so they embarked on a three-week backpacking honeymoon to Sri Lanka. On their first night, they fell in love with a small beachfront the seven-bedroom bed-and-breakfast in Tangalle.Normally, the soaked up the magical ambiance and imbibed the spirit of a whistle — got drunk, off 12 glasses of rum. People talk about impulsive spending, but it was like impulse on steroids and cocaine when Gina and Mark decided to purchase that entire seven-bedroom beach spot in Tangalle on a three-year lease of around $39,576.While speaking to Daily Mirror, the bride, Gina Lyons said, “After finding out that it was [$13,200] a year, myself and Mark thought that it would be a brilliant idea to buy it, because we were so drunk.”ALSO READ: Timeline of the shooting of Anita Akapson by the Police in Abuja, a year after returning home from the UKAccording to that interview, she said that she and her new husband were so excited, they got friends to translate details of the lease to them — it was in another language.She continues, “After some bartering, we finally agreed that we would pay [$39,576] for the three-year lease and pay [$19,788] in the first year and the other half by March 2019.” Before they finally opened the spot, they found out they were pregnant and put the brakes on any further steps — they had to be financially responsible, “Our friends and family think we’re idiots and shouldn’t have been doing it — we owed a lot of money from the wedding and only lived in a tiny flat and now we have a baby on the way.“I felt like I was already a bad mother because I felt guilty that I’d wasted all of this money buying a business that might not work. I was plagued with feeling irresponsible, but it was either sink or swim — so we decided we’d have to make it work.”After some deliberations and $8,000 of renovations, the couple opened the spot in July as Lucky Beach Tangalle and they’ve since seen a steady flow of customers. They, however, vowed to make sober decisions from now.
Reports say that she was shot after dragging with the police at a checkpoint. On Sunday, October 14, 2018, a Nigerian Twitter user named Ms. Carla, with her handle, @Ihekauche tweeted the details of her friend’s death at the hands of members of the Nigerian Police, Abuja Command. The sympathizersShe had just returned from the UK to live back home. The deceased’s name was Anita Akapson and she was shot in Maitama, Abuja. According to Ms. Carla, “They shot her at a check Point on her way home in Maitama last night.” In addition, she says, “This lady just returned to Nigeria recently having lived almost all her life in the UK and it’s not even been a year she returned and she gets killed in her own country by our own security personnel. What kind of a country is this.”ALSO READ: Sex For a Job: Twitter user exposes pervert employerApparently, they shot her while she was trying to run upon feeling threatened by the police, “The police shot her at a check Point in Maitama last night, her sister said they were dragging with her and she was trying to run when they shot at her and its killed her.”On the details, she said, “Dragging wasn’t like physically, she was driving and on getting there they had a verbal confrontation, she is not the kind of person to break the law. So her running away was cause she felt threatened.”Carla called on the help of popular Lawyer, activist and #EndSars proponent, Segun Awosanya, who tweets @Segalink to help get #JusticeforAnita This stance was corroborated by Facebook user, Hussaini Dickson Ishaq posted that, “I can’t stop the tears this time, my heart bleeds and the hurt seems to have cut really deep. “The finest of them all, Ann you weren’t just the usual fine face, you were smart/industrious and had such a beautiful soul with a tranquil aura that can never go un-noticed not because were loud but because your charisma and charm was loud enough to get you all that attention. “Sissy na I can’t believe i’d be talking about you in past tense right now, i’d always tease you and say as your brothers we aren’t going to collect less than N5 million as your bride price because were worth every kobo, then Boom! today you lie dead, killed in cold blood by a retarded animal and coward with a riffle. “The pain is too much to bare that I can’t sleep, tossing and turning wishing this isn’t true but the more I ponder, the more reality sets in. “Kai! My heart is heavy, it hurts the more knowing that you spent your last few minutes scared, alone and in excruciating pains without any of us there to hold your hands and tell you every thing will be alright. We were such a beautiful and peaceful soul that didn’t deserve to die in such a manner…”Rest well Sissy na (Anita Akapson) may God forgive those that have cut short your beautiful soul.” Segalink gets involved As is characteristic with him, Segalink has since released the following statement via his ever bustling Twitter page, @segalink that, “I’ve just had a dialogue with the authorities on Anita Akapson’s murder by a Policeman. The HQ in Abuja are on the matter and the Abuja Commissioner has been summoned to brief the leadership on the matter. The culprit will be brought to book & justice served.”In a few hours the Force PRO will release a statement on this and we will follow up with the family to ensure all that is needed to be done is done. Police should take responsibility and do the needful. “Anyone with the contact of the family should direct them to any of the tagged. “Just got informed that the IGP has directed the immediate detention of the policemen involved and investigation has commenced. The AbujaCP, DPO and the family of the victim are currently at the mortuary and the PoliceNG HQ Abuja are about making a press release this minute.” The police statementOn Monday, October 15, 2018, the Abuja Police Command released a statement signed by DCP Jimoh Moshood,Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, Abuja;Date: 15th October, 2018PRESS RELEASERE: Death of Miss Anita Akapson at Katampe Extension, Abuja• IGP has ordered the detention and investigation of Policemen involved in the incident that led to the death of Miss Anita Akapson• He deeply commiserate with the family of the deceased and assure them that justice will be done in the matterThe Inspector General of Police has directed the Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja to immediately detain and personally carry out a thorough investigation of policemen involved in the incident that resulted in the death of Miss Anita Akapson at Katampe Extension, Abuja on the night of Saturday, 13th October, 2018; and bring the perpetrators to justice.2. The IGP deeply commiserate with the family of the deceased and hereby assure them that justice will be done in the matter. The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Command is already in touch with the family as directed by the Inspector General of Police.3. The public will be informed of the outcome of investigations into the incident.In the end, May God save us all. It has since started the #JusticeForAnita trend on social media. Pulse will bring you further developments as they unfold.
Several studies have found that when children regularly wash their hands with effective antibacterial soap such as Dettol, the rate at which diarrhoea spreads is cut by more than half. I On October 15, 2018, millions of people including children in over 100 countries around the world will celebrate Global Handwashing Day. School children will come together to wash their hands and spread the word about how handwashing with soap before eating, after using toilets, and after playing in public places is a cheap and effective way to prevent communicable diseases. Several studies have found that when children regularly wash their hands with effective antibacterial soap such as Dettol, the rate at which diarrhoea spreads is cut by more than half. In the same vein, deaths resulting from acute respiratory infections are cut drastically through effective handwashing practices. Ever since the inception of Global Handwashing Day about a decade ago, communities, national leaders worldwide and global brands like Reckitt Benckiser, makers of Dettol have used October 15, every year to raise awareness and reinforce the call for improved hygiene practices. Dettol has also been leading the charge of educating people around the world including Nigerians on the risks of disease-bearing germs and the benefits of handwashing, especially with the younger generation. This is critical, as research has shown that children suffer disproportionately from diseases which can be prevented with proper sanitation and hygiene. No doubt, handwashing is a major step to achieving healthy living and good hygiene amongst children and the broader family. It is a very important and effective ‘partner’ to vaccination and medical interventions in the control of infectious diseases, especially in communities where access to basic amenities and infrastructure are lacking. In Nigeria, Dettol has been a champion for good health and hygiene for over 50 years, and according to the General Manager, RB West Africa, Mr. Dayanand Sriram, the company believes that it is important for societies to inculcate good hygiene and sanitation habits such as proper handwashing at an early age. “A simple act of washing hands with soap can prevent illnesses and arrest diarrhoea related deaths. This is why Dettol is continuing with the tradition of driving habit change, and provision of needed infrastructure,” he added. Over the past 7 years, Dettol has provided several handwashing sites and educated over 7 million children, parents and teachers about the importance of handwashing through the School Hygiene Program, which is a mass education initiative about proper handwashing and hygiene habits.
Starting out in trading, Christian struggled to make ends meet from his small shop in the Ogbete Market, Enugu. He was at the mercy of the big distributors who taught him the ropes. Christian Emenike Ude was a young man with a vision but no opportunity to actualize the vision. Starting out in trading, Christian struggled to make ends meet from his small shop in the Ogbete Market, Enugu. He was at the mercy of the big distributors who taught him the ropes. His life turned around when he met Nestlé who did not only provide him with products for distribution, but also gave him a support structure for development as a distributor. Twenty years down the line, Christian has become one of the biggest distributors of Nestlé products in Nigeria and in West Africa. His story is one out of the thousands whose lives have been changed through the opportunities Nestlé provides across its value chain. This principle is called Creating Shared Value (CSV), and is embedded in the way Nestlé does business. Nestlé is committed to improving the livelihoods of individuals and families connected to its business. This is why we provide opportunities for individuals like Christian to grow and thrive.
A Nigerian teen Nonso Muojeke is relying on the goodwill of his school friends in Ireland to escape deportation from the country. The classmates of a Nigerian student Nonso Muojeke have made a video appealing to the government in Ireland to stop the deportation of his family.According to the Irish Examiner the 14-year-old teen who has lived in Ireland for 11 years is afraid to be sent to his home country Nigeria. His friends at the Tullamore College have reportedly “travelled to Leinster House to deliver a 22,000-signature petition to Justice Minister, Charlie Flanagan to allow the family to continue to live here.”The Irish Examiner confirmed this in a report published today.
ALSO READ: Deported man takes it out on wife, almost cuts her head offNonso Muojeke’s family have been told that they are returning back to their country after getting denied of asylum.”Nonso has lived virtually his whole life here – over 11 years.”Forcing him to leave the only home he knows will inflict great harm on this young boy.”Minister Charles Flanagan has the power to keep Nonso where he belongs – with his friends and community who love and care for him in Tullamore,” Muojeke’s teacher Joe Caslin is quoted by the Irish Examiner.According to reports the teen’s dad passed away in the year 2006 causing his mother to move down to Ireland the following year with his brother.
A man refused to obey policemen when they tried to caution him about a weird behaviour so he got electroshocked to submission. The policemen in Newton, Kansas have been forced to apply a taser on a man Ryan Scott Malek because he won’t stop having sex with a car exhaust.For this behaviour the offender has been charged with “lewd and lasciviour behavior”. A receipt of this is presented with a court document bearing his name. ALSO READ: Man strips naked to beg 13-yr-old boy for sex in LagosMalek was reportedly found in a drunk state when police officers caught him in the strange act. He was reportedly oblivious of his behaviour according to Metro UK News. After pleading guilty to the charge, a court ordered that he be put on a year probabtion.
A 23-year-old lady may likely get an official bravery award for her show of courage protecting her child from harmful hailstones that left her with bruises. In Australia, a mother Fiona Simpson defiled tennis ball-sized hailstones to shield her little daughter from nasty bruises.Simpson’s body was revealed in an unsavoury condition after exposing it to the frozen rain. According to reports, the incident occurred in Kingaroy a town in Queensland where she lives.The heroic response of the 23-year-old mum may soon earn her a recommendation for a bravery award. News Australia confirmed this in a statement by the Queensland premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.“We will be recommending her for a bravery award,” says Palaszczuk in a comment given on Sunday, October 14, 2018. ALSO READ: HIV-positive mum donates liver to save daughterThe Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison also identified with a need to recognize Simpson.“I certainly think she is one of the bravest people I have read of lately,” News Australia gathered from the prime minister.Before her experience she had no idea that the impact of giant hailstones on the body could be devastating.
The lawyer had earlier complained that he was getting phone calls from unknown people, threatening his life. Counsel to Innoson Nigeria Limited and Chief Dr Innocent Chukwuma, Prof McCarthy Mbadugha has been attacked by people believed to be hired assassins.According to Innoson’s spokesman, Cornel Osigwe, Mbadugha, while in his office on Sunday, October 14, 2018, was allegedly attacked by armed men who left him to bleed. Prof Mbadugha was however taken to a nearby hospital where he is currently receiving medical attention.The counsel had recently complained about threats to his life, as a result of his involvement in Chukwuma’s cases.According to Osigwe, he also made a complain to Innoson about several anonymous messages and made suggestions on the provision of security. ALSO READ: Innoson accuses EFCC of double standards On October 10, 2018, Justice Olushola Williams of the Lagos State High Court struck out EFCC fraud charge case against Innoson.
Apparently, the employer had stolen her number off her CV, which she sent or posted, in search of employment On Saturday, October 13, 2018, in a country swarmed by insane numbers of yearly graduates, to meet already existent backlogs of unemployed graduates making people desperate for employment, a Twitter User, Adufemi @meejee94 posted her experience with a perverted employer. Apparently, due to her desperation to get a job, she sent her Curriculum Vitae (CV) to someone to help her secure a job or boost her chances of getting a job, but this said unnamed pervert lifted her number off her curriculum vitae, contacted her on WhatsApp and asked for sex ON WEEKENDS, “once in a while.”Guess what the job was, for all that ‘hard work’? Secretary in a hotel – whatever that means. When Adufemi rejected his offer and told him to, “Get lost,” he replied in the typical condescending manner that, “keep searching (for a job).” What animals are we raising in this country? On most days, he would have no job for her but would demand immense sexual favours. Do we have no empathy? Must we always try to take advantage of each other? Do we derive joy in hurting others?ALSO READ: #NoBraDay: Nigerian social media users still miss the pointAfter the dust had settled, he came back to say one last thing, “Mumu, people are looking for job, you are rejecting cos of simple condition I gave you…” He then proceeded to call her a “big fool,” because she refused to offer her body up for cheap favours. Speaking to Pulse, Adufemi declined to comment on any sensitive information, but says, “I just want ladies out there to be careful, and beware of guys like this.”There’s a special part of hell reserved for men like him.