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MediaTek posted a topic in ViralA woman who owns a prayer house and her co-worker were busted by some villagers after coming for a deliverance session with fetish items in Anambra. It was gathered that the female native doctor came for special prayers at Isuofia town in Aguata Local Government Area of the state, with fetish items. The villagers apprehended the woman and asked her what she came to do as she claimed she came for prayers at a family house in the area. When her bag was searched, cowries, red candle, and other fetish items were found in her possession as the villagers questioned her on the kind of prayers she came to perform. After much interrogation by the villagers, the woman admitted that she’s a native doctor and also has a license for her practice. The villagers warned her and the aide not to enter the village again under the guise of conducting spiritual deliverance. Watch Video..
MediaTek posted a topic in NewsIt has been reported that Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) International School Ogbomoso, have barred no fewer than fifty-five (55) female Muslim students from entering the school premises over the use of Hijab. A senior lecturer in the school who begged to be anonymous told DAILY POST that the 55 students were turned down by the institution’s authority for wearing Hijab on top of their uniforms on Monday morning. He said, “Hijab Imbroglio: Welcome to LAUTECH Secondary School, Ogbomoso, Oyo state. The story was dated back to 2011 when the first request was made to the Governing Board of the School to allow our willing Muslim females Children to use Hijab as part of their school uniform in line with Islamic dictate. “Since 2011 barely eight years ago, several letters of appeal had been written to the GC while we wait endlessly without any concrete positive response to our simple request. “Our Muslim girls over the period have been using Beret instead of Hijab in their own case contrary to the Islamic dictate. “While our patience overtime as law-abiding citizens was premised on our belief that the Management of the School will do the needful and give regard to the rule of law & provision of the Constitution guaranteeing the fundamental human right of everybody. “Having waited endlessly since 2011, it was decided on the 4th of January, 2019 that our willing Muslim female children should commence the use of Hijab as School resumes on 7/1/2019.” He currently described the state of the school, stating, “The Children are in the school presently, teachers are threatening. They are removing Hijab from them. The girls disagreed. They disallowed them to enter. It’s noise presently. The school is still on. Our Muslim children that used Hijab are still outside the school”. However, Principal of the school, Mr. Ibrahim Animashaun while reacting urged the parents and the students to await the decision of the school board of governors before further action. “The school board of governors is yet to approve the use of Hijab. And the board is looking at their letter. So we are yet to communicate them. Until we communicate with them, the status quo remains. “We spoke with the aggrieved parents that their letter is still with the board. LAUTECH International School board of governors is looking at their letter.”
MediaTek posted a topic in EntertainmentIt is nice to see that despite the numerous new fashion trends that keep springing up, female native wears have managed to remain relevant. They are worn to special events and for everyday life activities. If you also like Nigerian fashion, this article will be very useful to you as we will discuss the top essential wardrobe items that every fashionable Nigerian woman should own. 1. GELE This headpiece perfectly complements the outfits of exquisite and fashionable women. It is tied from a long piece of cloth. This decoration is especially popular in the western and southern parts of Africa. Gele is suitable for all age groups, so whether you are a mature woman attending church or a family gathering, or a young girl attending a party or event, you can totally rock a nice gele with your beautiful traditional attire. It is worn in both rural and urban areas. There are so many ways of tying gele, so one can easily choose one that fits the event at hand. Some tribes use gele as not just a beautiful accessory, but also to pay tribute to traditions, emphasize belonging to a particular ethnic group or religious beliefs. Tying this beautiful headdress could require a lot of time and energy, but you can be rest assured that the result will be pleasing. You can accessorize your gele with beads, sequins and multi colored tissues; you can also make a beautiful rose out of the gele fabric. The possibilities of this particular item are only limited by your imagination. 2. IRO AND BUBA This traditional outfit is often made from beautiful lace, Ankara and cotton fabric. They are especially popular in the west of Nigeria. In most cases, the styles are kept simple with little additional details. The neckline is kept round and the sleeves are long. This style allows women hide the flawed areas of their figure and it is usually loose fitted. However, there are lots of exceptions to the rules of sewing the iro and buba these days; designers are coming up with a lot of innovative ways to completely customize these native wears. In any case, this outfit will emphasize your femininity and help you attain a refined and elegant image. There are many options that allow a lady look fresh and young. 3. ANKARA TOP Ankara fabric offers unlimited possibilities when it comes to making Nigerian traditional wears. Its bright colors and unusual patterns can bring a festive atmosphere to even the dullest and most boring day. Different styles of tops with different sleeve length, neckline and shape of decollete area can be made out of ankara. There are also tight models that emphasize the beauty of a slim figure. If you would like to hide some of your shortcomings, simply choose a free model. People who have flat tummies to show off can even go for crop tops made from this fabric. For a very attractive and feminine look, ladies can wear ankara tops with open shoulders, lots of frills, unusual shapes and flowing waves of fabric. To create a beautiful combination of such tops, you can wear pants or skirts of similar colors or just go with a regular pair of jeans. This is a good option for daily activities or for a party. 4. ANKARA MAXI/MIDI SKIRT Being one of the most feminine elements of the wardrobe, long skirts, or as they are also called, maxi skirts, are loved by most girls, regardless of their figure and height. They are a great alternative to trousers and can successfully mask the imperfections of a woman’s figure by making it visually slimmer; they also add a chic touch and elegance to almost any image. This item can be found in the latest designer collections, it comes in different varieties of shapes and colors like flay, heavy, restrained or playful; these models are all lovely to behold. When choosing a style and color for a maxi skirt, it is recommended that you put the wearer’s figure into consideration. Women with wide hips should go for dark colors and floor length skirts that will make their thighs look narrower. Tight long skirts with high waistline will balance the figure of a woman with a lush chest and broad shoulders. If a person has narrow thighs, they can safely choose a pleated lush skirt. It visually adds volume to the hips. 5. ANKARA DRESS Regardless of the contemporary fashion and style trends sweeping the fashion industry, the requirements for women’s dresses remain the same – they should be light, feminine and comfortable. An Ankara dress that gently envelops the smooth curves of the body and starts widening from the knee line is ideal to pull off a fashionable look. At first glance, it may seem that Ankara fabrics all look the same; but stylists has proved to us that one can take advantage of the various patterns of Ankara to create so many unique styles. The main attractive features of Ankara dresses are their unusual design and bright colors. The soft fabric nicely covers and complements the chest, waist and hips of women. The lower parts of such dresses often greatly expanded and take different forms. You can also make styles with free cuts, mini length and many other variations. The top of the dress may be made without shoulders or sleeves and with straps across one shoulder or neck. This draws attention to the beautiful outlines of the neck and decollete zone. In addition, you can add deep cutouts with unusual shapes, asymmetry and various weaves or inserts made of lace. Such models come out looking quite original. 6. BLOUSE AND WRAPPER We have already talked about skirts and dresses, but there is another style that cannot be forgotten when discussing beautiful feminine traditional attires – the blouse and wrapper. To get it, you just have to wrap the fabric around your waist. The wrapper and blouse can be made from the same material or simply harmonized in color and style. You can choose contrasting shades to create a bright and memorable composition. The people around you will surely appreciate your impeccable taste. The wrap can be made in any length from mini to maxi. When selecting the length, you need to focus on the occasion and the beauty of your legs. If you have nothing to hide and want to walk with friends on a hot day, then feel free to show off your beautiful legs. If you are attending a serious event, of course, it is better to choose a more restrained style. The wrapper can be made straight or with different folds, it all depends on how you want to tie it and whether the fabric can maintain an unusual shape. 7. BOUBOU This style is loved by fans of free cut; a lot of ladies feel very comfortable in BouBou. Because of its practicality, it can be worn in everyday life. Making this style out of expensive fabrics decorated with embroidery, rhinestones and fabric patterns will give you a wonderful evening outfit. Even though this style is traditionally worn by married women, young girls also find modern stylish options. 8. ASO OKE The aso oke is traditionally worn by Yoruba people; it is a special fabric used for sewing headdresses, blouses, skirts, capes and many other items. Attires made from aso oke are often worn at weddings. Picking the right style and a combination of colors transforms women to very charming brides. 9. ATIKU STYLES If you want to relax and forget about bright colors or difficult styles for a day, while also bringing comfort and harmony to your life, then this is one fashion option you should choose. In most cases, the Atiku fabric comes in calm, soft colors that are perfectly for everyday use. 10. KAFTAN STYLES Kaftans are free gowns that can allow you look feminine without sacrificing comfort. The simplicity of the style is completely compensated by the bright patterns on the fabric. The Kaftan can be worn separately or combined with pants. Some women buy such clothes in order to move freely, others do so to attract attention. In any case, you will get a lot of benefits. It is extremely important that Nigerians do not forget about their roots. Native styles and fabrics not only look amazing but also play cultural and historical roles. Fashion designers of these days can always find ways to give them modern features and create stunning outfits so you can always look amazing and attract the attention of the people around you. We hope that these pictures and information about Nigerian traditional attires were useful and inspired you to replenish your wardrobe with traditional clothes. NAIJ.com wants every lady to look attractive, bright and elegant while keeping in touch with the customs of her country.
MediaTek posted a topic in People and NationsA man was today caught in with female pants, bra and soaked sanitary pad, and based on the recent trend he has been suspected of being a ritualist. The yet-to-be identified man was apprehended while picking female undies and soaked sanitary pads in Akure, Ondo state. This was made known on Twitter by @YemieFASH, who said the man was apprehended by some motorcycle riders who noticed his suspicious moves Sharing photos of the man, he wrote;
MediaTek posted a topic in ViralFor some days now, a sex tape has been making the rounds online after being linked to Wajir woman representative in Kenya, Fatuma Gedi. Last week a video emerged of the legislator allegedly engaging in bedroom activities. The video was circulated on social media platforms. The legislator who has denied that she’s not the person in the leaked sex tape, claims it was faked/photoshopped and was politically instigated to paint her to be of a low moral repute. Some women leaders and Kenyan citizens have shown their support for the female politician – saying that she should not let the opinion of other people define her and that she should stand strong. Fatuma Gedi has finally broken her silence as she took to Twitter to thank her supporters for standing with her during that trying time in her life. She thanked the supporters for the messages of encouragement which continued to flood her post. The randy sex video has since received widespread condemnation across the country, with more female politicians distancing Wajir’s Fatuma Gedi from the said clip.
MediaTek posted a topic in ViralPals and Family Are Nonetheless in Tears over the Ugly Homicide of a First Class 300 level Undergraduate student Of Delta State University (Delsu), Abraka . The pathetic confessional statements of the 4-man gang believed to be internet fraudsters, Yahoo boys, were made on Wednesday (yesterday), at the Delta State Police Command, where the suspects were paraded. The suspects revealed how they killed the student, identified as Elozino Joshualia Ogege with the help of a security guard, Onos who offered to assist the victim to secure an accommodation. According to him, Implicating his supervisor, Onos posited that he was posted into the school by his supervisor for the purposes of carrying out such missions when contacted. But the Supervisor with a security company attached to the University, Uche Nwaosisi who said he is from Asaba, denied knowledge of the crime, stating that he was among those that chased and caught Onos when the police came after him in the school. the supervisor claimed. However, one of the Yahoo Plus conspirators, Desmond who appeared remorseful, affirmed that the Elozino’s murder made it the fifth life he has taken for ritual purposes. He said the first four female victims were adopted at Oghara and killed for the rituals, adding that Elozino’s murder was his first from the University community in Abraka. According to him, For the native doctor who appeared hardened and unrepentant, identified as Robinson, he kept calling on God as a witness that he was speaking the truth. He said Elozino’s heart and eye happened to be the first he received from the Yahoo Plus customers. He said he first met the boys seven years ago when they brought an accident victim for him to cure, maintaining that he specializes in treating bone fractures, making women pregnant, preparing love portions for people, curing appendicitis and others. He said when they came with Elozino’s body parts, they gave him N10,000, promising to give him more money later, and asked him to make them rich. The Baba (herbalist), posited that they later brought N130,000 more to him and that was when he discovered they had mighty buildings. He said he only prayed for them to succeed in what they do. He, however, could not state categorically what he used those body parts for, whether he used to burn them or pound them in the mortal that was brought as evidence to the Police Headquarters. The second Yahoo Plus member was alleged to have slumped and died when the police were close to catching him. The minor female relative who was used to make a call relating to their illicit operation was arrested and still with the police. Addressing the journalists, the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Andrew Aniamaka maintained that, now that all the killers of Elozino had been caught except the one that slumped and died, the police would now arraign them in court to face the consequences of their action. He stressed that nobody should blame hardship to take up arms against fellow humans, adding that in most sane climes, hardships even bond people together. The Command’s Spokesperson posited that it is an issue of value orientation; thereby calling on families, churches and other faith-based organizations to rise up against this menace of ritual killings plaguing our society. Anamika reassured the public that the Command was ready to face headlong any security challenge ahead of the Christmas season. He said the operations order for the Ember months had since been dropped, arguing that all the police crack teams like the Dragons, Eagle Net, Squadrons, Safer Highways, SARS and others had been on red alert to effectively curtail crimes and criminality within this period.”