LADIES: 5 Ways To Find A Good Husband

At the start of a marriage, the only thing many couples know is that they love each other dearly. Then later on, other things begin to follow as they keep to their for better or worse vow. For single ladies, it’s all about selecting the right man to spend the rest of your life with. Sometimes you may be with your partner but are still doubtful about him being your husband.

Compiled by Huffington Post, here are 8 ways to find a good husband

1. Look for a good man: An open and sympathetic man who doesn’t hold grudges is a good man.

2. Look for a good father: He can be everything you need but if he isn’t a good father, then you will have a big problem on your hands in future.

3. Look for a strong man: He’s tough in rough times and you can always lean on him for support

4. Look for a man with a sense of humor: He’ll always know how to snap you out of a bad mood or make jokes out of funny situations.

5. Look for a passionate man: A man who sees the brighter side of life and has numerous interests, music, food, you name them.


Woman Tracks Down Sperm-Donor, Marries Him

A woman has spoken of how she tracked down the sperm-donor father of her child – before the pair fell in love and got married.

British-born Australian Aminah Hart gave birth to daughter Leila following IVF treatment.

Despite never having met him, Ms Hart chose castle farmer Scott Andersen, 45, as a donor because he described himself as “happy and healthy”, according to the Mirror.

Using the internet, Ms Hart was able to track down Mr Andersen, who also teaches Australian rules football.

She decided to contact him through the formal channels of the IVF clinic, allowing him to turn down a request for contact.

Mr Andersen was not legally obliged to meet Leila until she turned 18.

However, upon seeing a picture of his biological daughter, who strongly bears his resemblance, he agreed to connect with her.

Following a period of email correspondence, Mr Andersen met both mother and daughter in Melbourne.

After the meeting, the pair went on to have a relationship and married two years later.

“What happened to Scott and I is such a random thing,” Ms Hart told Channel Nine.

“He was basically just a brief profile on a piece of paper. He could have been anyone. The fact that we met and we liked each other and we fell in love and all of those things are still so far-fetched to me.”

Mr Andersen said that he first agreed to the meeting in order to see Leila but later developed feelings for Ms Hart.

Two other children she gave birth to from previous relationships, Marlon and Louis, both died at a very young age.

She later found out she had a rare genetic disorder whichonly affected male offspring.

“They were very sick little boys but had very distinct personalities,” Ms Hart told the Mail Online.

“They were human beings and I just wanted to pay tribute to them because they are kind of how I got here.

“You can’t really put it into words. I had two relationships and two children but it wasn’t until the second one that I got a diagnosis of the genetic disorder. I did set out to have a family the conventional way and if I didn’t have them I wouldn’t have Leila or Scott.

“I would have never been looking for a sperm donor or thought to go through IVF to have a baby on my own.”

Ms Hart’s story, recorded in a book, is also due to be turned into a film.


The Story Behind This Photo Is Absolutely Heartbreaking

According to UNICEF, more than 320,000 children are at risk of severe malnutrition in Yemen. Even before the war broke out, there were approximately 13 million people who were denied access to clean water, and 82 percent of the country’s population mainly relies on humanitarian aid for survival.

Yemen has the highest malnutrition rates in the entire world.

In just the past year, that number has risen to more than 19 million. However, precise figures of how many people have died from malnutrition is unknown.

These heartbreaking photos show five-month-old Udai Faisal in a hospital in Sanaa. He never stood a chance. The impoverished village of Hazyaz where his family lived has been constantly hit by airstrikes, and starvation is not uncommon in the region. Limited supplies and rising food prices meant that the family was only able to eat once a day.

Udai was born into war and ended up starving to death two days after these pictures were taken. His tiny, frail body was nothing more than skin and bones when he perished.

“He didn’t cry and there were no tears, just stiff,” his mother Intissar Hezzam said. “I screamed and fainted.”

These pictures may be incredibly disturbing but they show the reality of life for millions of people around the world


WhatsApp Founder Got Rejected by Both Twitter and Facebook Before $19 Billion Buyout

Brian Acton was the college dropout turned software engineer that no one wanted to hire. After working as the Vice President of Engineering at Yahoo!, Acton applied to work at Twitter but got rejected in May 2009. Here’s his sad but optimistic tweet.

Acton applied to Facebook a few months later and also got turned down.

After these harsh rejections, Acton decided to build a startup with his Yahoo! colleague Jan Koum, working for no salary. After about four years their company WhatsApp sold for a jaw-dropping $19 billion to Facebook.

This acquisition stunned tons of Americans who barely used this simple messaging app. But at the time, WhatsApp had 600 million monthly active users and generated an estimated $20 million in annual revenue. Facebook saw it as an opportunity to monetize the global audience and Acton came out on top.


James Bissue Joins American Side Pittsburgh Riverhounds

The former Ghanaian Youth international signed a two-year deal with the Belle Vernon side on Wednesday and is expected to start training with his new team mates next weeks.

The 24-year old shot to fame in Ghanaian football circles when he scored 13 goals in 16 matches for Eleven Wise during the 2013/2014 Division One League season.

On September 18, 2014, Bissue signed a 3-year contract with the Montreal Impact of Major League Soccer following a short trial with Ghanaian champions Asante Kotoko.

He was released by the Canadian side at the end of his first season without making a single first-team appearance.

Bissue returned to Ghana in December last year trained with top flight side Sekondi Hasaacas for three weeks but discussions stalled over a possible contract.

After sealing the deal with the United Soccer League side, the former Hearts of Oak man is set to become the second the Ghanaian on Riverhounds’ books along with Stephen Okai.

10 Celebs Who Are Actually HIV Positive

HIV is one deadly virus which has claimed many lives and is of course no respecter of persons. Have a look at a list of some celebrities who are HIV positives:

Magic Johnson

“I enjoy being the messenger for God in terms of letting people know about HIV and AIDS.” Magic JohnsonHe is one of NBA’s greatest players. In 1991, he told that he had HIV during his retirement with LA Lakers. His condition raises awareness to the public, especially since he published a guide entitled “What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS” to educate others. He also established a foundation named after him to support and fund HIV/AIDS research.

Mondo Guerra

A famous fashion designer and quite popular TV personality. He admitted his HIV status during the 8th season of Project Runway in 2010 where he had previously kept it secret to the public for over 10 years. Now, he has become an HIV activist and travels around the world to talk about his story.

Eto’o’s Ex-Girlfriend Gets 6 Months Jail Term For Stealing His $2.4m Rolex Watch

According to the new report, court in Yaounde, Cameroon, has sentenced Nathalie Koah, the former girlfriend of footballer Samuel Eto’o to 6 months in jail for stealing his Rolex watch which was said to worth over N4.4m.

Eto’o had accused Koah of stealing his Rolex wrist-watch, with the court deeming it “improper retention” and giving her the jail sentence. The jail sentence is however suspended for 3 years. Koah was also asked to pay 12.7 million CFA Francs to Eto’o, the cost of the watch.

Eto’o was however found not guilty of charges of coercion and blackmail filed by Koah. It’s yet another blow for Koah,based on her 7-year relationship with the prolific striker, was banned in France and Cameroon.

WATCH: Zimbabwean Pastor ‘walking on Air’

Once again we have to tell you about yet another popular preacher whose claims and ‘demonstrations’ of supernatural power has grown his congregation to consist of thousands of members.

Whether or not his claims are true is really not for us to say but we get really concerned when we see cracks in his ‘powers’ that his faithful flock may be oblivious to – or even plainly refuse to see.

Pastor Shepherd Bushiri, a Zimbabwean faith leader is by many measures, a successful preacher. That’s if his 239,000-strong and more than 13,000 fans on Facebook and Twitter are anything to go by.

He recently released a video showing him walking down an impressive staircase in what the Daily Mail claims is his Malawi mansion.

The clip begins with a wide shot of Bushiri walking down the staircase with his hands aloft. The camera then pans to either side of that empty section of the house. As he gets nearer to the last step, the camera shot zooms in towards his feet which, after some shuffling sounds by the door, begin to levitate.

Why did the camera zoom into his feet at that specific moment in time? Whose shadow is moves away from his as the camera zooms out? These are the questions some of his followers should ask before paying the man for his ‘magic’.

Check out the video below:


Church in London fined £7,500 over 3am ‘Demon’ Banishing services

A south London church has been fined several thousand pounds for annoying neighbours with noisey 3am services aimed at banishing ‘demons’.

Magistrates ordered the leaders of Camberwell’s Kingdom Church, a branch of the Bishop Climate Ministries, to pay £7,740.50 after Southwark Council received a string of complaints about “loud preaching” and “amplified music” every Saturday morning.

The council also said nearby residents were having to put up with persistent and excessive noise levels on an almost daily basis from the church’s regular services, the Southwark News reported.

The church’s 3am service claims to offer “deliverance” from sickness, financial hardship and “demonic soul ties”, according to its website, and takes place during the early hours as it is “a well-known time that witchcraft and negative elements begin to work”.

“While the witches are busy working their witchcraft you are getting the wisdom of God concerning their demonic operations,” the website reads.

According to the church’s Facebook page the “spiritual airways are busy, too busy” between midnight and 4am, “It’s the time when the witches are meeting. It is time when strange altars are being built, and strange fires are being lit. The time when demonic caterers are busy feeding you in the dream.”

The message to worshippers continues, saying that there is an “enemy that comes when we are sleeping”.

“The enemy comes to pollute and contaminate the spirit of man; to cause confusion, to waste opportunities, to deposit strange object into people. This enemy has some evil powers, because Jesus Christ says that the enemy came and sowed wild weeds.”

The Kingdom Church does not appear to be affiliated with any official branches of Christianity in the UK, but its website says “God has confirmed Bishop Climate with a worldwide ministry through powerful signs and wonders”.

The church was fined at the Camberwell Magistrates Court on February 22 after being found guilty of two charges under the Environmental Protection Act.

Bishop Climate Wiseman told the Southwark News that the Camberwell Station Road church is going to appeal the “big fine” as it had received no complaints since installing a new roof in an effort to reduce noise.

He said: “I do not deny that we made some noise – we did. But we have spent nearly ten thousand pounds reducing the noise. And I was out of the country so could not go to court.

“We are based is an industrial area. But there are new flats and they complain. The flats were meant to be offices but they became houses. People could hear it, especially in summer when they open their windows.”

Southwark council cabinet member for communities and safety, councillor Michael Situ, said the council had hoped to settle the matter outside of court but its attempts to “work with the church leaders were ignored”.

Situ told the Evening Standard that the council hoped the penalty would help remind both the church and the wider community that “anti-social behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated and wrongdoers will be made to pay one way or another”.

Thank God, Jake Obetsebi Lamptey is dead

– NPP’s former national chairman, Jake Obetsebi Lamptey has kicked the bucket

– He passed away in the UK after battling an illness for some time

Former chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Jake Obetsebi Lamptey

The former chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Jake Obetsebi Lamptey is reported dead.

He kicked the bucket in London. He was 70 years old.

His death was confirmed on Accra based Kasapa FM Sunday morning by Bryan Acheampong, former aide to the deceased.

Till we meet again Sir! Till we meet again!! You were a very Good Man. Ghana has lost one fine Statesman..! RIP,” Bryan Acheampong posted on his Facebook wall.

The former Tourism Minister led the Danquah-Busia-Dombo tradition into power for the first time under the Fourth Republic in 2000.

His tenure as national campaign manager brought President John Agyekum Kufuor to power and helped him win a second term in 2004.

Jacob Otanka “Jake” Obetsebi-Lamptey (born 4 February 1946) was a Ghanaian politician and a former television and radio producer.

From 1984 to 1999, he worked with the World Health Organization (WHO). Obetsebi-Lamptey was the Plenary Speaker at the World Summit on AIDS, London, and Second International Symposium on the disease in Yaoundé, Cameroon. He is a past president of the Advertising Association of Ghana.

From 2005 to July 2007, Obetsebi-Lamptey served as Minister of Tourism and Diasporan Relations in the cabinet of President John Kufuor. Previously Obetsebi-Lamptey was Minister of Tourism and Modernization of the Capital (2002–05) and Minister of Information (2001–02). He was the National Campaign Manager of the victorious New Patriotic Party (NPP) during the 2000 Presidential elections, which saw the first constitutional (civilian-to-civilian) transition of power in that country.

He resigned his posts in July 2007 to campaign for the NPP nomination for the 2008 Presidential elections. As of February 2010, he was the National Chairman of the NPP.

Obetsebi-Lamptey has several publications to his credit, covering topics from family planning to AIDS prevention in Africa.