My Daughter Before you Accept your Husband LISTEN! (Advice to All Ladies)

My Daughter, looking for a husband is not the same thing as looking for a job. When you are looking for a job, you think of money and luxury. But when you are looking for a husband, you think of love, commitment and sacrifice. Money is good but it is love and commitment that will bind your marriage.

Do you know what? When your Father approached me, I was 21. I still remember that day. He didn’t have a car, he used to drive his mother’s bicycle. I never used to do make up. We fell in love. Do you see this house? I was there when your Father built it. I use to come here every day and supervise the workers. You see that old red car outside? We both contribute money to buy it, it was our first car. Your Dad will use it Monday to Friday and I will use it weekend, except when one person need it more than the other. So, do not be afraid of starting small.

The most important thing is love, commitment and dedication. Behind every successful man is a woman and behind every unsuccessful man is also a woman, choose where you will belong. My Daughter, let a man see the real you and love the real you. When you pretend and look like what you are not and a man marry you, then one day when he begins seeing the real you, that is where problem will start.
There are some kind of men you should avoid or be careful with. If you see a man always giving money to people and helping so many people but when you visit his home, his sister looks hungry and the mother is badly dressed then be wise.

Think about it. A man that can’t support his own is not trustworthy. My Daughter be careful of a man with too many secret. Think twice about a man that keeps too much to himself. How can you live with a man you don’t know anything about? You have the right to know his fears and his dreams. Know what you are getting into. When I married your Dad I knew his plans and I played my role to help him and here we are. Watch carefully the way a man treats his sisters and people around him, habits are very hard to change, if he is treating them bad then he may treat you bad.
Pay every big attention to what I am about to say now, open your ears very well. If a man ever hit you while you are arguing, beat you up for any reason, do not bring such a man to introduce to me. Do not even think of marrying him. Or else you may spend every day defending your life instead of living your life. There are some men that don’t give because they don’t have but there are others that don’t give because they are stingy. Think twice about such men. If you see a man who drinks too much every time or smoke too much, do not expect him to change when you marry him. Marry someone you are sure you can live with, not someone you are hopping will change. Observe the kind of friends a man moves with, it has a lot to do with who he is.

My Daughter, I can’t choose a husband for you but i have given you advice that will guide you. I can’t wait for you to bring that man home and I can’t wait to dance with you on your wedding day.

Black Friday: The Best and Worst Premier League Panic Buys

Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year, when bargain hunters try to grab themselves a great deal.

But one man who will not be joining the hordes of shoppers is Arsene Wenger.

The Arsenal manager was not even aware of the phenomenon when asked at a news conference, but was against the concept of panic buying.

“If they need two TVs, yes. But if they don’t need one, why should they buy two?”, he said.

Wenger does, however, love getting a good deal for a player, saying: “I love a bargain. Who doesn’t love a bargain?”

But history suggests that Wenger does not always follow his own advice and has himself been partial to a panic buy on football’s own annual shopping phenomenon -transfer deadline day.

In honour of Black Friday, BBC Sport takes a look at the best and worst deadline-day buys. Did clubs get a bargain or did they end up being a Christmas pudding?

Wenger’s hits and misses

For every Patrick Vieira and Mesut Ozil that Wenger considers a “top bargain”, there is Kim Kallstrom and Andre Santos.

“What is a bargain for us is to buy players of top quality, because only top quality strengthens our squad,” said Wenger, in reference to the £2.5m he spent on Vieira and £42.4m on Ozil.

But rewind to 31 August 2011. With midfielders Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and defender Gael Clichy all leaving in the summer window, Wenger embarked on a deadline-day spending spree.

He spent £10m on Mikel Arteta from Everton while midfielder Yossi Benayoun arrived on loan from Chelsea with defenders Per Mertesacker and Santos also brought in.

Arteta and Mertesacker have proved their worth and longevity at Arsenal while the less said about £6.2m left-back Santos, the better. The Brazilian played just 33 times in two seasons at the Emirates, which included an ill-advised half-time shirt-swap with former Gunner Robin van Persie.

Then there is the curious case of Swedish midfielder Kallstrom who was signed on loan, albeit with an existing back injury, on 31 January 2014.

The Swede, then aged 31, was meant to provide cover for for the injured Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere, but he himself was sidelined for six weeks and only made four appearances for Arsenal.

Verdict: Arteta and Mertesacker are Black Friday bargains. Kallstrom and Santos are Christmas puddings

How Manchester City could line up against Juventus

A number of first team regulars have been ruled out of Wednesday’s Champions League clash in Turin, meaning Manuel Pellegrini must shuffle his pack

For the second time this season, Manchester City head into a Champions League away game needing to bounce back from a 4-1 thrashing.
In September, City responded to defeat at Tottenham by seeing off Borussia Monchengladbach with a last-minute penalty. This time, top spot in Group D is up for grabs as they meet Juventus, with Saturday’s humbling at the hands of Liverpool still fresh in the memory.

Manuel Pellegrini’s starting XI will be under the spotlight. The manager was criticised at the weekend for leaving Nicolas Otamendi and Fernandinho on the bench against the Reds.

Pellegrini changed things up at half-time, but by then it was too late and he only caused more problems for himself after the match when he claimed he would pick exactly the same team if he had the chance to do so again.

Had he pointed out that both Otamendi and Fernandinho had travelled to South America and back for international duty during the week he would have been understood. Instead, he adopted a defensive stance and attracted more scorn from many City fans.

“We will pick the right team for Juventus, a team to try and get a result,” he said after the Liverpool game. “We have a tough game against Southampton the following Saturday and the recovery period will not be ideal, but when we go to Juventus we will be thinking only about making progress in Europe and not about the Premier League.”

But he will have to do so with an injury-ravaged squad: “We have a difficult situation because we have too many players injured,” he added on Tuesday. “In defence we have injured: Pablo Zabaleta, Vincent Kompany and Mangala; in midfield we have injured Samir Nasri and David Silva and attacking we have Wilfried Bony.”

The match will be an interesting challenge for City. In their last Champions League game they dispatched Sevilla 3-1 and produced the kind of display that suggested they could at last make real progress in the competition.

After that match captain Vincent Kompany pointed to the “British” style of football his side had adopted in Spain and Pellegrini emphasised the need to replicate that standard of performance.

“I think that [to progress further] first of all we need to play in Europe in the same way we did in Sevilla.

“I don’t think the word exactly is a formula, I think we played very well, we played as a consistent team, we didn’t allow Sevilla to have many chances on our goal, but more than that I think we played the same we as we did so many times in the Premier League: we had good possession, we didn’t lose easy balls, we had good chances to score.”


Zimbabwe’s Maison Sere wins Mr Ugly Pageant Title

A man in Zimbabwe has proven being dentally-challenged is an endearing quality in certain pageants.

Maison Sere, a 42-year-old unemployed man missing several teeth, was crowned Zimbabwe’s ugliest man at a pub pageant in Harare — but the contest turned ugly when the runner-up accused judges of bias.

Dressed in torn overalls, Mr Sere beat off five other contestants for the $500 Mr Ugly prize — a large sum in a country facing massive unemployment.

“I want to thank God for winning this title, last time I came fourth. I just want to thank the judges for recognising me as the winner,” Mr Sere told journalists during a night of festivities on Friday attended by 200 revellers.

But William Masvinu, a three-time Mr Ugly winner who walked off with a $100 second prize this year, cried foul.

“The judges were not fair, the organisers must look for new judges to start the contest afresh. I did not lose today,” Mr Masvinu said.

Show organiser David Machowa said he created the pageant in 2012 to celebrate “beauty in ugliness”.

“The show last night was very successful, and I still have plans to host Mr Ugly world,” he said.

Infact that man (Mahama) is a Disgrace to Africa- Mugabe

Zimbabwe President and AU Chairman Robert Mugabe has stated that Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama is a disgrace to Ghana and Africa.The Leader made that comment in relation to the hasty decision Ghana’s president took in sympathizing with the French over their recent terrorist attack which led to the death of over hundred people.

“Mahama did little or nothing as ECOWAS chairman in helping curb the rebellion situation in Nigeria and the rest of african countries suffering in the hands of rebels on this continent.And the next thing i hear is Mahama is up condemning the French attacks whiles he has not started or finished his own personality for the mess he has done to his country and people.”

“I want that man to address his own problems before extending hands.Or is it one of his usual means of deceiving ignorant whites to land him loans which he never uses to build for his people but spend on himself and sympathizers.Infact that man is a disgrace to Africa.

The Top 10 World’s Most Beautiful Women of 2015

List of world’s 10 most beautiful women of 2015: This list is composed of – The strongest, intelligent, desirable, popular, attractive, beautiful, successful women in 2015.

It’s impossible to list every woman who’s ever existed, this list obviously be restricted to women who’ve achieved a fair level of celebrity. These are the hottest women celebrities of 2015. Also see the list of 10 countries for the most beautiful women.

World’s 10 Most Beautiful Women of 2015.

10. Shakira

The Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer, and model – Shakira stands 10th on the world’s most beautiful women of 2015 list. She is listed as most powerful woman in the world by Forbes, and most popular dancer by wonderslist. As of July 2014, She has become the first person to reach 100 million followers on Facebook.

Billionaire Joseph Lau Buys the World’s most Expensive Diamond for his 7 year old Daughter

A billionaire businessman Joseph Lau has spent $69 million on two super rare diamonds for his seven-year-old daughter.

On Wednesday, the ‘Blue Moon’ diamond sold for a whopping $48.4 million, making it the world’s most expensive diamond.According to the auctioneer David Bennett, it is the “highest price per carat” ever obtained for any kind of stone.

Just a day before, at a Christie’s auction, also in Geneva, he purchased a 16.08-carat pink diamond, for $28.5 million. He dubbed it, ‘Sweet Josephine.’

 The two diamonds were renamed ‘Blue Moon Of Josephine’ and ‘Sweet Josephine’, respectively, after his daughter with girlfriend and his one time assistant Chan Hoi-wan.(all pictured above)

Josephine, his youngest daughter, already has an impressive jewellery collection thanks to him.
According to Strait Times,in 2009,  he purchased a 7.03-carat blue diamond for US$9.48 million. He called it the “Star Of Josephine”.
Last year, the doting father bought pieces of jewellery for his other 13-year-old daughter with long-time partner Yvonne Lui, Zoe.

Josephine, his youngest daughter, already has an impressive jewellery collection thanks to him.
According to Strait Times,in 2009,  he purchased a 7.03-carat blue diamond for US$9.48 million. He called it the “Star Of Josephine”.
Last year, the doting father bought pieces of jewellery for his other 13-year-old daughter with long-time partner Yvonne Lui, Zoe.

He paid US$32.6 million for a 9.75-carat ‘Zoe Diamond’, and HK$65 million (S$11.9 million) for a ‘Zoe Red’ ruby.

According to Forbes, Lau is the 114th richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of $9.8 billion.

We don’t want to go back to Paris- David Luiz and Cavani Cry

DAVID LUIZ has thrown his future at Paris Saint-Germain into doubt by claiming he does not want to return to the French capital.

The former Chelsea defender was on international duty with Brazil when the terrorist atrocities unfolded in France on Friday night.

At least 129 people were killed in a series of attacks — sparking shock and outrage across the globe.

 And Luiz, who was red-carded as his country drew 1-1 with Argentina, has been left fearing for his safety.

According to reports, the centre-back said: “I have my girlfriend and some family and friends in Paris.

“They were all very sad and scared. I don’t know what I’m going to do and whether I will head back [to Paris].

“Playing for PSG is my job but if it were up to me I would not go back.”

PSG return to action at Lorient on Saturday before a Champions League clash in Malmo four days later.

And Edinson Cavani is another player said to be reluctant to head back to France as scheduled.

Cavani, 28, is currently preparing for Uruguay’s World Cup qualifier against Chile on Tuesday night.

But international team-mate Alvaro Gonzales has confirmed the PSG striker is unsure what to do next.

Gonzalez said: “This is horrible, for football and for the city.

“They spoke of the fact that Luiz would not return to Paris and Edinson said he would rather not have to go either.”

While Luiz and Cavani are apparently reluctant to resume their PSG careers, team-mate Marco Verratti will be happy to go back after representing the Italian national team.

The midfielder’s agent Donato Di Campli said: “Verratti was not in France, but he’s not afraid to enter the country.

“We must return to normality.”

Paris attacked: Police hunt accomplices after 120 killed

PARIS (AP) — French police are hunting possible accomplices of eight assailants who terrorized Paris concert-goers, cafe diners and soccer fans in this country’s deadliest peacetime attacks, a succession of explosions and shootings that cast a dark shadow over this luminous tourist destination.

Parisians who went to sleep in horror at initial news of the attacks woke Saturday to learn that at least 120 people were killed and scores wounded. World leaders joined together in sympathy and indignation, New York police increased security measures, and people around the world reached out to friends and loved ones in France.The perpetrators remained a mystery — their nationalities, their motives, even their exact number. Suspicion turned to Islamic extremists, who are angry at France’s military operations against the Islamic State group and al-Qaida affiliates, and who targeted satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo this year and have hit Jewish and other sites in France in the past.French President Francois Hollande convened a special security meeting Saturday morning. He vowed to be “merciless” with the nation’s foes following what he called unprecedented terrorist attacks.

In a new development for France, seven attackers died in suicide bombings, the Paris prosecutor’s office said. Another was killed by police, and prosecutor’s office spokeswoman Agnes Thibault-Lecuivre said authorities can’t rule out that other attackers are at large. Investigators are also looking for possible accomplices.

The attacks, on at least six sites, were near-simultaneous.

Three suicide bombs targeted spots around the national stadium Stade de France, north of the capital, where the French president was watching an exhibition soccer match between the French and German national teams.

Then gunshots overpowered the clinking of wine glasses in a trendy Paris neighborhood. Blood hit the pavement after gunmen targeted a string of popular cafes, crowded on the unusually balmy Friday night, and about 37 people were killed, according to Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins.

The attackers then stormed a concert hall, the Bataclan, hosting an American rock band, opened fire on the panicked audience, then took them hostage. As police closed in, three detonated explosive belts, killing themselves, according to Paris police chief Michel Cadot.

Another attacker detonated a suicide bomb on Boulevard Voltaire, near the music hall, the prosecutor’s office said.


Sylvain, a tall, sturdy 38-year-old concert-goer, collapsed in tears as he recounted the attack, the chaos, and his escape during a lull in gunfire.”I was watching the concert in the pit, in the midst of the mass of the audience. First I heard explosions, and I thought it was firecrackers.”Very soon I smelled powder, and I understood what was happening. There were shots everywhere, in waves. I lay down on the floor. I saw at least two shooters, but I heard others talk. They cried, ‘It’s Hollande’s fault.’ I heard one of the shooters shout, ‘Allahu Akbar,'” Sylvian told The Associated Press. He spoke on condition that his full name not be used out of concern for his safety.He was among dozens of survivors offered counseling and blankets in a municipal building set up as a crisis center.

Jihadis on Twitter immediately praised the attackers and criticized France’s military operations against Islamic State extremists.

Hollande declared a state of emergency and announced renewed border checks along frontiers that are normally open under Europe’s free-travel zone.

“A determined France, a united France, a France that joins together and a France that will not allow itself to be staggered even if today, there is infinite emotion faced with this disaster, this tragedy, which is an abomination, because it is barbarism,” Hollande said.

President Barack Obama, speaking to reporters in Washington, decried an “attack on all humanity,” calling the Paris violence an “outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians.”

A U.S. official briefed by the Justice Department says intelligence officials were not aware of any threats before Friday’s attacks.

The violence raises questions about security for the millions of tourists who come to Paris — and for world events the French capital routinely hosts.

Some 80 heads of state, including possibly Obama, are expected for a critical climate summit in two weeks. In June, France is to host the European soccer championship — with the Stade de France a major venue.

And Paris-based UNESCO is expecting world leaders Monday for a forum about overcoming extremism. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani canceled a trip because of Friday’s attacks. Hollande canceled a planned trip to this weekend’s G-20 summit in Turkey.

France has been on edge since January, when Islamic extremists attacked the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which had run cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, and a kosher grocery. This time, they targeted young people enjoying a rock concert and ordinary city residents enjoying a Friday night out.

France has seen several smaller-scale attacks or attempts this year, including an incident on a high-speed train in August in which American travelers thwarted an attempted attack by a heavily armed man.

French authorities are particularly concerned about the threat from hundreds of French Islamic radicals who have traveled to Syria and returned home with skills to stage violence.

Though it was unclear who was responsible for Friday night’s violence, the Islamic State is “clearly the name at the top of everyone’s list,” said Brian Michael Jenkins, a terrorism expert and senior adviser to the president of the Washington-based RAND Corporation.

“The big question on everyone’s mind is, were these attackers, if they turn out to be connected to one of the groups in Syria, were they homegrown terrorists or were they returning fighters from having served” with the Islamic State group, Jenkins said. “That will be a huge question.”





Crowds gathers around to see Miracle Baby with 2 heads born in Bangladesh

An extraordinary two-headed baby girl has been delivered in a “miracle” birth in Bangladesh, medical officials said.

The baby, who was born late yesterday , is now being treated for breathing difficulties after she was shifted to the intensive care unit of the country’s largest hospital in Dhaka.Her father Jamal Mia, a farm labourer, described being “awestruck” when he first saw his new baby.

He told AFP :

“She has two fully developed heads. She is eating with two mouths and breathing with two noses,” he said.”Still, I thank Allah that she and the mother are now okay.”

Jamal added that he was concerned about how he would manage to care for the baby if extra expenses were needed.
“I feel sad for her. She has been born to a poor man. I don’t have money to even properly treat her mother,” he said.

Abu Kawsar, owner of the Standard Hospital of Total Healthcare where the baby was born, said initial tests showed she only has one set of vital organs.

“The entire town poured into the clinic. There were thousands of people with some of them coming from the nearby villages,” he said.
“It’s good that the baby has been shifted to Dhaka. Otherwise, it would have been difficult for us to control the crowd.”