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#Video Of Nurses Being Taught How To Do The Doggy Style Goes Viral:
Video of nurses being taught how to do the do*gy style goes viral

A video of Ghanaian nurses being taught how to do the doggy style in a classroom, has gone viral after being shared online.

The nurses were taught how to bend and position their bums to make the doggy style more pleasurable and effortless.

Some Ghanaian news platforms reported that the "demonstration was for educational purposes so they can also teach others when they come out of school."

Watch video below

#Gunmen Kill Delta Community Leader:

#Vee Forced To Reveal Real Age After Getting Dragged For Being Older Than 25:
Popular brand influencer and songwriter, Vee Iye bends to the rule of trolls who attacked her for falsifying her age.

The reality star who recently celebrated her 25th birthday has since been taking heavy criticism on social media as trolls argue that Vee is older than the age she claims to be.

The Big Brother Naija 2020 reality show's finalist decided to keep the heat behind her as she took to her page to reveal that her real age is 32.

Even though Vee's claim of her real age as 32 may have been born out of pressure, it however gave her the quiet she wanted from trolls.

#19 Year Old Favour Aro Wins Miss Amnesty Nigeria 2021:
Ijaw born, 19 Year old Favor Tariere Aro from Bayelsa State has won Miss Amnesty Nigeria 2021 organized by Tracy Mcwary Foundation.

Followed by Miss Amnesty Diaspora who is the first runner up, Miss Amnesty Diaspora Blessing Woke from Rivers state,

Miss Amnesty Top Model Bethania Peter from IMO State and

Miss Amnesty Entrepreneur Onyinye Prisca Johnson as 3rd Runner up.

Congratulations to the Winners

#Ebonyi Commissioner, Nwaebonyi Destroys Three Vehicles In Abakaliki!:

#PHOTONEWS : Nollywood Actors, Stan Nze And Blessing Obasi Set To Tie The Knot:
##bbnaija: "TOXIC FANS"- Princess Reacts As Liquorose Fans Drag Her For Saying People Should Not Judge Angel Over "Alleged S*x" Comment:
TOXIC FANS"- Princess Reacts As Liquorose Fans Drag Her For Saying People Should Not Judge Angel Over "Alleged S*x" Comment

#Burna Boy Is Set To Launch A Chips Brand With His Name “Burna Boy:
Burna Boy is set to launch a chips brand with his name “Burna Boy” 🍪

Less than 24 hours that he said we should not not expect music album from him till further notice

Odogwu doings 🙌🏽💜

#Stray Bullet Kills Final Year Student Returning From Church:
The Vice president Niger Delta Students Union Government (NIDSUG) and Former NADESSTU National Chief Whip has died after being hit by a stray bullet.

Nzete Ogochuku Patrick, a final year Electrical Engineering of the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, was returning from church on Sunday when he was hit by a stray bullet following a communal clash in Ogume, Delta State.

#I Was Married For Close To Six Years, Now I Am Divorced” – Boma Reveals:
BBN season 6 housemate, Boma has revealed that he’s divorced after almost 6 years of marriage.

The 34-year-old actor and model made this revelation during his diary session with Big Brother on Friday afternoon, August 13th.

Biggie asked what he thinks about married couples running a joint account; a topic the housemates are expected to speak on for their Friday task. In response, Boma noted that his experience would help him in the task adding that the issue of couples running a joint account was one of reasons for his divorce.

In his words;

“I am personalizing the task as someone that has been married. I was married. I think my experience here would play a part. I have been married for close to six years but I am currently divorced and this topic was one of the reasons why I was also divorced.

So preparing for this was very personal. We are following all the rules in the brief as much as we can, dressing for the part. I have been able to share my experiences with the male housemates and they do want me to come in and close the debate because they think my points are really strong coming from a personal experience and the points I have. They do think I know what I am saying and do know how to get my points across.

Only two of us (guys) have actually been married before. Me and Pere but other people have personal experiences while growing up but me and Pere have experienced this personally and we are both divorced right now”.

#Popular Nollywood Actress, Tonto Dikeh Takes Legal Action As Her Ex Boyfriend Prince Kpokpogri Allegedly Wanted To Leak Her Nude Pictures:
Popular Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh takes legal action as her ex boyfriend Prince Kpokpogri allegedly wanted to leak her nude pictures.

According to the legal team of Tonto Dikeh Prince Kpokpogri threatened to blackmail the actress with unsolicited images.

The petition read in part, “From sometime in June 2021, one Prince Kpokpogri Joseph started to court our client with a proposal to marry her. In the process, he would invite our client to his residence and sometimes, he came over to our client’s residence. Unknown to our client, the said Joseph Kpokpogri (who our client later discovered to be a serial blackmailer) had other motives for courting our client.

Our client now has reasons and evidence to believe that Joseph Kpokpogri has planted closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV Cameras) at private areas of his residence, and had stage-managed those visits with the aim of blackmailing our client.

She was surprised when sometime in August 2021, the suspect started demanding money from her and threatening to expose nude pictures and other such documents relating to her.

To actualize his demands, the said Kpokpogri started sending messages, documents, and files containing sensitive information and materials relating to our client to her phone while also releasing some to the public. Our client believes that some of those information were obtained either by wire-tapping her phone and/or through such other means without her authorization.

The said Kpokpogri equally obtained the sum of eight million naira (8,000,000) from our client under false pretenses. However, he has paid back the sum of six million naira (6,000,000) but has refused, failed, and/or neglected to pay the sum of two million naira (2,000,000) outstanding. Our client’s Toyota Hilux van (2021 Model) bought in her name is also in the custody of Kpokpogri which he has refused to return despite several demands.

By reason of the above, we urge you to use your good offices to cause a detailed investigation into the above facts with a view to bring Joseph Kpokpogri to book

#Pharmacist Expresses Disappointment At The Food Sold To Him For N2,500:

#Reality Tv Star, Boma Akpore Has Bagged A Juicy Deal With Africa International Film Festival.:
Congratulations Boma 🎊🎊👏🏽👏🏽

#Bitcoin Ban: These Are The Countries Where Crypto Is Restricted Or Illegal:
Bitcoin has been controversial since its beginning in 2009, as have the subsequent cryptocurrencies that followed in its wake.

While widely criticised for its volatility, its use in nefarious transactions and for the exorbitant use of electricity to mine it, Bitcoin is being seen by some, particularly in the developing world, as a safe harbour during economic storms.

But as more people turn to cryptos as either an investment or a lifeline, these issues have manifested in an array of restrictions on their usage.

The legal status of Bitcoin and other altcoins (alternative coins to Bitcoin) varies substantially from country to country, while in some, the relationship remains to be properly defined or is constantly changing.

Whereas the majority of countries don’t make using Bitcoin itself illegal, its status as a means of payment or as a commodity varies with differing regulatory implications.

Some countries have placed limitations on the way Bitcoin can be used, with banks banning its customers from making cryptocurrency transactions. Other countries have banned the use of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies outright with heavy penalties in place for anyone making crypto transactions.

These are the countries that have a particularly fraught relationship with Bitcoin and other altcoins.

Algeria currently prohibits the use of cryptocurrency following the passing of a financial law in 2018 that made it illegal to buy, sell, use or hold virtual currencies.

There is a complete ban in place on the usage of Bitcoin in Bolivia since 2014. The Bolivian Central Bank issued a resolution banning it and any other currency not regulated by a country or economic zone.

China has cracked down on cryptocurrencies with increasing intensity throughout 2021. Chinese officials have repeatedly issued warnings to its people to stay clear of the digital asset market and have clamped down hard on mining in the country as well as currency exchanges in China and overseas.

On August 27, Yin Youping, the Deputy Director of the Financial Consumer Rights Protection Bureau of the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), referred to cryptos as speculative assets and warned people to “protect their pockets”.

Efforts to undermine Bitcoin - a decentralised currency outside the control of governments and institutions - are largely seen as an attempt by the Chinese authorities to float their own e-currency.

The PBoC is looking to be one of the first major central banks in the world to launch its own digital currency, and in doing so would be able to more closely monitor the transactions of its people.

In Colombia, financial institutions are not allowed to facilitate Bitcoin transactions. The Superintendencia Financiera warned financial institutions in 2014 that they may not "protect, invest, broker, or manage virtual money operations”.

Egypt’s Dar al-Ifta, the country’s primary Islamic advisory body, issued a religious decree in 2018, classifying Bitcoin transactions as “haram,” something prohibited under Islamic law. While not binding, Egypt’s banking laws were tightened in September 2020 to prevent trading or promoting cryptos without a Central Bank licence.

Bank Indonesia, the country's central bank, issued new regulations banning the use of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, as a means of payment from 1 January 2018.

Bitcoin has a complex relationship with the Iranian regime. In order to evade the worst impact of crippling economic sanctions, Iran has instead turned to the lucrative practice of Bitcoin mining in order to finance imports.

While the Central Bank prohibits the trading of cryptocurrencies mined overseas, it has encouraged Bitcoin mining in the country with incentives.

Around 4.5 per cent of the world’s Bitcoin mining takes place in Iran, which, according to blockchain analytics firm Elliptic, could account for revenues of over $1 billion (€843 million).

In order for the crypto industry to flourish, Iran has offered licenced miners cheap energy but requires all mined cryptos to be sold to the Central Bank.

However, unlicensed mining drains more than 2GW from the national grid every day, causing power shortages.

To this end, Iranian authorities issued a four-month ban on Bitcoin mining until September 22.

The Nepal Rastra Bank declared Bitcoin illegal as of August 2017.

North Macedonia
North Macedonia is the only European country so far to have an official ban on cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others, in place.

While cryptocurrency isn’t outlawed in Russia, there is an ongoing conflict being waged against its use.

Russia passed its first laws to regulate cryptos in July 2020, which for the first time designated cryptocurrency as property liable to taxation.

The law, which came into force in January this year, also bans Russian civil servants from owning any crypto assets.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly linked cryptocurrency with criminal activity, calling for closer attention to cross-border crypto transactions in particular.

In July, the prosecutor general announced new proposed legislation which would allow police to confiscate cryptos deemed to be illegally obtained citing its use in bribery.


Many in Turkey turned to cryptocurrency as the Turkish lira plummeted in value. With some of the highest levels of use anywhere in the world, the arrival of regulations was swift this year as inflation peaked in April.

On 16 April 2021, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey issued a regulation banning the use of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, directly or indirectly, to pay for goods and services. The following day, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan went further and issued a decree that crypto exchanges to a list of firms subject to anti-money laundering and terrorism financing rules.

The State Bank of Vietnam has declared that the issuance, supply, and use of Bitcoin and other cryptos are illegal as a means of payment and are subject to punishment of fines ranging from 150 million VND (€5,600) to 200 million VND (€7,445).

However, the government doesn't ban Bitcoin trading or holding them as assets.


#I Had A Dinner At The Beautiful House Of Pantami - Femi Fani-Kayode:
I Had A Dinner At The Beautiful House Of Pantami - Femi Fani-Kayode


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