Thursday, 20 July 2017

Usher allegedly paid $1.1 million to a woman he infected with incurable herpes virus

The superstar reportedly cut a million dollar check to settle a lawsuit filed by a former sex partner who he infected with the incurable herpes virus.

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Radar Online broke the explosive news in a probe about the dancer in court documents between a celebrity stylist and the 38-year-old singer.

Legal documents detailed how the eight-time Grammy winner — whose real name is Usher Raymond IV — had rigorous unprotected sex without disclosing he was stricken with the rabid virus.

Chelsea agree £60m deal to sign Real Madrid striker, Alvaro Morata

The Spain international must now agree on personal terms and pass a medical to complete the transfer.

The 24-year-old would be the Premier League champions' fourth signing of the summer, after goalkeeper Willy Caballero, defender Antonio Rudiger, and midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.

Morata scored 20 goals last season after rejoining Real from Juventus.
He won La Liga and the Champions League, but the majority of his appearances were as a substitute.

Morata could replace Spain team-mate Diego Costa, who says he has been told by manager Antonio Conte that he is no longer in Chelsea's plans.

Liverpool willing to improve rejected £66million offer for Naby Keita

Liverpool is ready to roll the dice again with a £70million bid for Naby Keita, writes Darren Lewis in Hong Kong.

Jurgen Klopp’s £66m bid for the midfielder has been rejected by RB Leipzig, and he laughed off the German club's decision to make it public.

Klopp, who turned to cookery during one of his many public appearances while the Reds are on tour here, said: “What do you know? £66million turned down today? Are we in Macau?”

The Liverpool manager, however, has still not given up on the 22-year-old Guinea international - his no.1 target - whose performances last season helped his Bundesliga club into the Champions League.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Inspiring five Interesting Things You Should Know About The Yoruba People

The Yoruba race is more or less a collection of diverse people bound together by language, culture, and history. The Yoruba people are a distinguished people and are well-known as the home to one of Africa’s richest cultures.

Jumia Travel shares 5 interesting things about the Yoruba people.

The Yorubas are Among the Most Urbanized People in Africa
This is because of centuries before the arrival of the British colonial administration, most Yoruba people already lived in well-structured urban centers. These centers were organized around powerful city states called ‘Ilu’, which was centered around the residence of the Oba. In other words, before the coming of the British colonial masters, the Yoruba people were already organized under the rule of their Oba.

This Beautiful Pre-Wedding Photos Of A Doctor and A Nurse Will Amaza You

This cute doctor and his pretty Nurse fiancee are set to tie the knot. Good together! More photos...

US Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, recognized Nigeria Youngest Female Pilot

Captain Joan Obasi who was recognized by US Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, is currently a pilot with Arik Air, flying the Lagos-Johannesburg flights. She has also been included in the FAA Airmen Certification Database.

Nigerian housewife fakes her kidnap to force Husband to relocate her to US


A Nigerian housewife, Mrs. Bukola Ogun, has been arrested by the Oyo State Police Command for allegedly staging her own kidnap with the intention of extorting money from her husband, and to also make the man, who is an American citizen, relocate her to the United States.

The Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Mr Abiodun Odude, who was speaking during the parade of 12 arrested suspects in the state at the Police Headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan, said the 37-year-old businesswoman, had conspired with a two-man gang, among whom was his cousin, Kayode Adepoju, to orchestrate her own kidnap in order to fraudulently obtain money from her husband.

Sunday, 2 July 2017

How Busy Moms Can Better Manage Their Time Effectively


How can I possibly accomplish everything on my to-do list and still keep my sanity?

How can I make time for family when work is so busy?

How can I sleep more restfully?

These are just a few of the questions that millions of us, as moms, ask ourselves on a daily basis. In a demanding, busy, lifestyle, we are all battling exhaustion and how to manage our time more effectively to be the best moms we can be. Here are a few things that I’ve discovered help me to keep some balance and keep my schedule in check: