Saturday, May 15

Tag: Sugar Daddies

Governor Ayade’s aide warns young men of the consequences of accepting their wives’ sugar daddies to fund their weddings
Love, Sex & Relationship

Governor Ayade’s aide warns young men of the consequences of accepting their wives’ sugar daddies to fund their weddings

Andrea Ekeng Inyang, the Special Assistant to Cross River governor on Strategic Communication, has warned young men of the consequences of accepting their wives' "sugar daddies" to fund their weddings.   The term "Sugar Daddies" is used to describe rich older men who lavish gifts on a young women in return for their company or sexual favours.   Taking to his Facebook page, Inyang wrote; "Some of our young men must be careful of the decisions they take to avoid future repercussions."   Just to show off as one who did wedding in a grand style, you accept your wife’s sugar daddy to fund the occasion.   Yet you can’t tolerate the incessant and resounding giggles from unwanted callers and her sudden unexplainable absence.   You are lost in...
Reno Omokri Advises Young Girls, Says Sugar Daddies Don’t Love You, They Give You Money So You Can Allow Them Destroy Your Destiny
News

Reno Omokri Advises Young Girls, Says Sugar Daddies Don’t Love You, They Give You Money So You Can Allow Them Destroy Your Destiny

Ex-presidential aide and social media critic, Reno Omokri has said sugar daddies are destiny destroyers while advising young ladies. The Amazon best selling author made this known on Twitter in a post he shared today, May 23, 2020. It is no doubt that dating old and married men, sugar daddies, has become a trend in today’s society among young ladies. According to the author who advised young ladies against dating sugar daddies, he revealed that sugar daddies give them money so they can easily destroy their destinies. To gun home his point and earn his mark, Reno used the relationship that exists between a goat and the owner to make himself better understood. Using the above illustration, he schooled young girls saying; Dear young girl, A man who feeds a goat is n...
Actress Nkechi Blessing Drags Ladies Who Steal People’s Boyfriends And Sugar Daddies
Celebs

Actress Nkechi Blessing Drags Ladies Who Steal People’s Boyfriends And Sugar Daddies

Controversial Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing drags single ladies who steal other ladies boyfriends in order to gain the same privileges and financial assistance the ex-girlfriend usually gets. The actress took to her Snapchat page to drag girls who have such mindset, she also claimed 80% use money given t them by sugar daddies to create an impression that their true boyfriend is the one spending on them. Watch Video
Most Nollywood actors lift themselves by using sugar daddies and mummies – Wale Adenuga says as he reveals that the film industry in Nigeria is not profitable
Entertainment

Most Nollywood actors lift themselves by using sugar daddies and mummies – Wale Adenuga says as he reveals that the film industry in Nigeria is not profitable

Wale Adenuga has described the film industry in Nigeria as unprofitable, adding that things are not going on well as expected with the sector. Adenuga, who is the chairman of Pefti Film Institute, disclosed this over the weekend in Ibadan while speaking with newsmen. He said the Federal Government had done its best by providing loans for film making but it isn't enough. He went on to advocate for a total restructuring of the sector. He pointed out that the actors and actresses who live flamboyant lifestyles are able to do so from other sources outside of the film industry. He added that "Many of them lift themselves by using sugar daddies and sugar mummies." He said: "Many people are oblivious of the fact that many of the young Nollywood actors and actresses who live flamb...
Boko Haram Created 54,911 Widows, 52, 311 Orphans – Shettima
News

Boko Haram Created 54,911 Widows, 52, 311 Orphans – Shettima

Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State has said Boko Haram insurgency resulted in 54,911 widows and 52,311 orphans, quoting statistics from World Bank, in partnership with European Union and the Presidency. According to Shettima, “these are official figures; probably the unofficial figure may be twice these numbers. The truth is that we either take care of these orphans or 10 to 15 years from now, they will be the monsters that will drive us out of this land.” The governor, who spoke, yesterday, in Abuja at a ceremony organised by a female rights advocacy group, Girl Child Concerns, to celebrate the graduation of 42 Chibok schoolgirls and 31 indigent girls drawn from Kaduna, Plateau and Borno states, said Nigerians should appreciate the fact that the girls had been in the “deepest v...

Notice: ob_end_flush(): failed to send buffer of zlib output compression (0) in /home/gqbzggmy/public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 4757