My Girlfriend Donated Her Kidney To Save Me, But I’m No Longer In Love With Her Anymore, What Do I Do?

The man shared his story showing just how he has been caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.

Below is what he wrote:

I am 32 years old and my girlfriend is 31 years old. We’ve been together for 5 years and now live together in a nice house.

Sometime ago, I had serious medical problems and she gave me one of her kidneys to save my life.

However, things have been slowly fizzling out and I’ve been feeling like we don’t belong together for a few months now. I feel like if I don’t make a decision soon we will be married and I will feel this way forever.

But on the other hand, getting a kidney transplant has changed my life for the better in so many ways. I feel like staying together is the right thing to do even if I’m not in love anymore.

I’ll never be able to pay her back. I’m so torn and conflicted and feel like I have to make an impossible choice.

If I stay with her, I’ll always feel trapped and in a loveless relationship. If I break up with her, I’ll forever feel like an evil person for dumping someone who literally put their life on the line for me.


10,000 Rooms, 70 Restaurants & 5 Helipads – Welcome To The World’s Largest Hotel In Mecca

With an estimated budget of $3.5 billion, Saudi Arabia is at the helm of building the world’s largest hotel. Sublime suites, luxuriating surroundings, succulent food and everything extravagant will define this hotel.

The city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, is soon to give the world a gorgeous hotel in Abraj Kudai.

Still under construction, the hotel will span around 1.4 million square meters and is expected to open in 2017. The hotel’s construction is being funded by the Saudi Ministry of Finance and designed by the Dar al-Handasah group, an international project design firm.

With a massive 10,000 rooms, 70 restaurants, 4 rooftop helipads, and 12 towers of exceedingly pleasing beauty, this hotel will create luxury goals for the world.

It will be situated 2 km away from the world’s largest mosque, the Masjid al-Haram.

The largest towers of the building will have 45 storeys; the shortest will have around 30. However, the top 5 floors will be reserved for the Saudi Royal Families.

It will also have one of the most diverse food courts, a colossal convention centre, a bus station, a shopping mall and a ballroom.

Close to 2,000,000 pilgrims visit Mecca every year during the time of Hajj and a total number of 20,000,000 people visit the city annually. Not all of them can afford this, but this will be some sight.

Yaba wins Ghana’s Most Beautiful Season 10

The 21-year-old student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) beat competition from four other contenders to walk home with a four-wheel Suzuki Vitara, a whopping GH¢10,000 cash prize and an opportunity to embark on a spectacular trip to South Africa.

Northern Region’s Hiba emerged second while Eastern Region’s Akos came third with Naa of Greater Accra Region and Ashanti Region’s Badu taking the fourth and fifth positions respectively.

Hiba received GH¢ 8,000, Akos GH¢ 7,000, Naa GH¢ 6,000 and Badu GH¢ 4,000 as cash prizes.

Ghana’s Most Beautiful Season 10 as usual started with ten beautiful land talented ladies – Alaya, Badu, Hiba, Akos, Naa, Deme, Efua, Yaba, Akos and Kafui – representing the 10 regions in Ghana. For 13 weeks, these ladies exhibited high levels of creativity and in-depth knowledge of culture and traditions of their respective regions during the live stage performances.

Setting the stage for Sunday’s resplendent final at the Accra International Conference Center was multiple award-winning hip-life group VVIP.

This ushered in the five finalists, who after a well-rehearsed choreography, appeared in casual wears. Since there were no vocal assessments from the judges, the five contestants only had to show off their wears. They were, however, scored on how good they looked in them. Much was rather seen of the contestants in the individual performances.

Akos, real name Esther Akosua Safowaa, lifted the curtains with her energetic call for peace. Laced with a live report on ballot counting from the Ketu South and Bantama constituencies, she gave patrons something to cheer about after declaring results for the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) – in their waterloo, Ketu South – and for the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) – in Bantama.

Hiba, real name Muhiba Fialele Idriss, came next, as a nurse dispensing her services to all Ghanaians irrespective of tribe and political affiliation. She called for justice: “Let justice prevail”.

Badu mimicked division in a traditional palace but called on all to embrace unity and togetherness. Yaba, who hails from Axim, near the birthplace of Ghana’s first president, was concerned Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah may not be happy with the polarized nature of politics in the country. She capped her performance with a rendition of the national anthem.

Naa put up a rather solemn performance in honour of her mother. She attributed her achievements in life so far to the advice and guidance of her mum, who was seated among the audience.

Q & A segment

The mettle of the five contestants were tested by the judges in the question and answer segment.

Hiba suggested the organisation of tourism clubs in schools in her answer to Judge Linda Ampah’s question on how to promote domestic tourism if appointed the Chief Director of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts. She also suggested hiring buses for the youth to embark on sight-seeing especially on public holidays in order to be spurred on to recommend tourist sites to others.

Yaba was asked what she would do to curb the illegal mining menace. She explained that the situation boils down to unemployed youth, who seem to be taken advantage of by chiefs and government officials. She suggested education and sensitization on the adverse effects of illegal mining to discourage many from engaging in it. Badu was eloquent in her explanation on the origin of Adinkra symbols, citing some of the symbols as M’ahu m’asie. “They represent the concept of aphorisms which are short statements that explain the wisdom of a group of people,” she said to loud applause.

Naa expressed faith in Ghana achieving Sustainable Development Goal 2, arguing that just like any other goal, SDG 2 can be achieved especially when the youth are incentivized to embrace agriculture. Last but not least, Akos recited the national pledge and explained its significance in fostering unity and oneness.

Man With 86 Wives Says He Has Not Completed The Mission Allah Sent Him To Do

The Bida, Niger State-based cleric famed for his controversial marriage to 86 wives, Alhaji Bello Masaba, has declared that he has a “divine” assignment which he must finish before his death.

He made the declaration in an interview with Saturday Tribune in reaction to a death rumour about him, said to have started last Saturday and which sparked several reactions on social media.

“I am alive; I am not dead. Allah’s assignment must be carried out. Although death is the ultimate end of all, I will fulfil my days and divine assignment.“What I am doing is divine. It is an assignment and I will keep doing it till the end of my time. I want to advise those fighting against me to stop because they are waging war against God, their Creator,” he said.

Masaba had stirred controversy in the state for violating the Islamic injunction which forbids a Muslim man to marry more than four wives. He has over 100 children.
Last Sunday, it was gathered, several people in the town visited the man’s three-storey house located at Kota Woro, Masaba Ward to know if he truly was dead.
The sympathisers were, however, said to have been shocked to meet the 92-year-old man sitting on the ground floor of the house receiving visitors and assuring them that he was hale and hearty.
Alhaji Masaba described the news of his death as imaginary, emphasising that he would only die at God’s appointed time.

15 Best Schools in Nigeria According to their WASSCE Performance

Popular examining body, The West African Examination Council released a list of the top national schools in the country based on their performance in the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) or better put, ‘Senior WAEC exams’.

The list features schools in Lagos, Abuja, Kaduna, Ibadan, Port-Harcourt and many other cities in the country. Did your alma mater make it to top 15? You tell us!

15. Premiere Academy, Abuja

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14. Oritamefa Baptist Model School, Ibadan

13. Nigerian Turkish International College, Kaduna

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12. Federal Government Academy, Suleja

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11. Graceland International School, Port-Harcourt

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10. The Lagoon Secondary School, Lekki

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9. Christ the King College, Gwagwalada

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8. Britarch Secondary School, Umuahia

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7. Mea Mater Elizabeth High School, Agbani

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6. Grundtvig International Secondary School, Oba

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5. Igbinedion Secondary School, Benin City

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4. Lumen Christi International High School, Uromi

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3. Presentation National High School, Benin City

2. Marist Brothers’ Juniorate, Uturu

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1. Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja

See full list of phones that won’t Support Whatsapp by December

Many smartphones will lose their ability to use the popular cross-platform messaging application known as Whatsapp. The app which has become quite useful to Nigerians has decided to stop supporting some smartphones.

Speaking in March 2016 to BBC, the company stated that it was going to end support of the smartphones, stating: “WhatsApp is to end support for a number of operating systems including Blackberry 10, Nokia Symbian S60 and Windows Phone 7.1. “The company said it wanted to focus development “on the mobile platforms the vast majority of people use”. Facebook-owned WhatsApp, which is used by a billion people worldwide, will stop working on the named operating systems by December 2016.

But it will still work on Blackberry’s latest smartphone which runs Android.” Here is a list of operating systems (OS), Whatsapp will stop supporting at the end of 2016: –

Android 2.1 and Android 2.2
Blackberry OS 7 and earlier –
Blackberry 10 – Nokia S40
Nokia Symbian S60.
Windows Phone 7.1

Sad News: Wayoosi’s Six Months Old Daughter Is Dead (Photos)

Kumawood star Wayoosi has lost his six month old daughter, Blessing Osei Fremah.

The child who was mostly called  Nhyira died on Thursday, October 13. Eugene Moratt, spokesperson for the family who confirmed the news to early Thursday said she died as a result of drugoverdose.

“He called on Sunday to tell me that the child is sick adding she was allergy to a drug. I told them to take her to Kuffour Hospital because judging from how he was narrating it, the sickness was serious.

When I went there on Monday, she couldn’t open her eyes. I went there yesterday (Wednesday, October 12) and realised they had connected artificial oxygen on her to discard an unwanted medicine they gave her from the body.

So I asked the doctor what happened and he replied that they are investigating into the matter because they were given wrong medicine for the child’s sickness.

The dosage was also too much for the child. The six month old daughter was given 5ml instead of 2.5ml.

Wayoosi called me around 1am today (Thursday, October 13) crying”. EugeneMoratt who doubles as Assistant FIPAG general secretary narrated the said incident to

The late was christened  four months ago in Kumasi.

Below are photos from the naming ceremony of Blessing Osei Fremah popularly called Nhyira.

Father and Daughter

Eugene Moratt, Mercy Asiedu with little Nhyira & Salinco 

Eugene Moratt Kyeiwaa, Mercy Asiedu & Salinco


Photo: Angel appears at a Church in the Eastern Region

There was shock at the Arjarquah Ministries in the Eastern region when an image believed to be an angel appeared.

The image was captured by a female member of church at about 12:30pm when service had ended, according to multiple media reports.

The unidentified woman reportedly saw the image on the wall and took a picture of it with her phones.

She was said to have tried to inform some ushers who praying nearby when the image suddenly disappeared.

The image has since been trending on social media, with many Ghanaians interpreting it as a sign from God.

The Richest Arabs in the World

Talking of the richest men in the Arab league, my favourite among the list are the men from UAE. They  have such an interesting story to share.

50. Ayman Hariri -$1.95bn; Country: Saudi Arabia

The third son of Rafiq Hariri to make our list, Ayman Hariri is one of the drivers behind Saudi construction giant Saudi Oger. Hariri has played an important role in leading his multidisciplinary specialists to provide the talent, expertise and positive attitude that advance the company’s reputation for excellence. His passionate and visionary style has helped Saudi Oger prosper in a variety of geographical regions and demanding business environments.  He is currently handling the construction and facilities management of several multi-billion-dollar mega projects such Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman University for Women; King Abdullah Financial District; King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture and many others. His direct involvement and dedication helped in the execution and handing over the state-of-the-art academic and administration buildings of the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)  in record time.

Some Popular Quotes by King Bhumibol Adulyadej

Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, has died after 70 years on the throne, the palace says.

The king, 88, was widely revered in Thailand. He was seen as a stabilising figure in a country hit by cycles of political turmoil and multiple coups.

He had been in poor health in recent years, making few public appearances.

Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn will be the new monarch, the prime minister has said.

In a televised address to the nation, Prayut Chan-ocha said Thailand would hold a one-year mourning period and that all entertainment functions must be “toned down” for a month.

“He is now in heaven and may be looking over Thai citizens from there,” he said of King Bhumibol.

“His Majesty has passed away at Siriraj Hospital peacefully,” the palace statement said, adding he had died at 15:52 (08:52 GMT).

Parliament is to hold a special session at 21:00 local time (14:00 GMT).

King Bhumibol, who was born in Cambridge in the US state of Massachusetts, acceded to the throne on 9 June 1946 after his brother, King Ananda Mahidol, died.

Some Popular Quotes by King Bhumibol Adulyadej

-A good person can make another person good; it means that goodness will elicit goodness in the society; other persons will also be good.

-Nature is something outside our body, but the mind is within us.
-In Thailand’s history there have been dissensions from time to time, but in general, unity has prevailed.

-Some say that now that 50 years have passed, we would like another 50 more years to celebrate once again; that means it will be 100 years. After one hundred years, I will be 118 years old.

-Therefore, I think that in the celebration of the 50 years of the present reign, there must be research on the changes that the country has undergone, and in the future, it could be used as a lesson for our future actions.

-Everyone must correct his own self; this is something more difficult to cope with, but it is not impossible.

-Goodness is something that makes us serene and content; it is magnificent. Those who are not good are evil.

-It could be argued that, in Thailand, many foreigners have come and gone, and the number of people who are considered to be Thai have traveled abroad in a great number.

-The important thing for the survival of the Thai society is that the majority of those who work, both in the government and the private sector, still strive to work in the same direction; this is why the Thai nation still stands.

-I have been extremely touched by these signs of affection on the part of all the Thai people.