Human hair wahala

A girl broke up with her fiance because of human hair.

The question is what is human hair ? The answer is simply your God given natural hair. Every human has this hair.


(My natural original human hair)

    It doesn’t matter where you come from. So why go crazy and desperate to wear a piece of someones hair why you have yours.  Some girls do anything including breaking up with their fiance just because the innocent young man is wise enough not to waste his money on unnecessary expenses, spending 82.000 naira equivalent to $ 500 or more to buy brazilian, peruvian or indian hair.                        

There are so many negative stories regarding this issue including weaves thefts.

Seriously this madness has to stop! Girls please learn to appreciate, maintain, treat, love, and be proud of your natural hair.


(Fabulous braid with synthetic)

                             You can switch looks once in a while with hair extensions after all a girl has to look good, do it when you can afford it, play around with extensions including human hair but do it when you can afford it. You don’t have to be desperate about it.


(Beautiful braid)

it must not be human hair,there are many beautiful, affordable synthetic, and african braids,switch your looks without breaking the bank.                        
   As always your opinion is very important to me , Share your opinion on   this topic.   please also share post.



What you need to know about Ebola Virus:


1.It is a Central African disease that has traveled over countries in a living host to West Africa. It is easily spread by physical contact and eating contaminated bush meat. Major hosts are in 5 species of Bats but monkeys and apes are easily infected and killed. 2. It kills in a week, leaving no time to treat an individual.


3.It has no known vaccine or cure4. Known cases have been experienced recently in Guniea, Liberia and Central Africa Rep, spreading eastwards and westwards towards Nigeria. Death toll so far in West Africa is over 100. 5. The Ebola outbreak of 2014 is the most challenging one witnessed in AfricaWhat we can do?1. Avoid eating any bush meat for now! Especially Apes and Bats2. Wash your hands as regularly as possible, especially after shaking a stranger. It is spread by contact.


3.The most straightforward prevention method during Ebola outbreaks is not touching patients, their excretions, and body fluids, or possibly contaminated materials and utensils. Patients should be isolated, and medical staff should be trained and apply strict barrier nursing techniques (disposable face mask, gloves, goggles, and a gown at all times). Traditional burial rituals, especially those requiring embalming of bodies, should be discouraged or modified.Awareness is key, don’t just read or ignore


.spread this campaign before the virus spreads!                     I will like to know your opinion regarding this deadly outbreak.

Never ever give up

When you think of giving up just remember the bees to produce one pound of honey, the bee must visit 56,000 clover heads. Since each head has 60 flower tubes a total of 3 million, 360 thousand visits are necessary to give us that amount of honey for the breakfast table.Therefore, when you are feeling discouraged or feeling lazy or


low, always remember the bee. See a bright future.Think of the bee! Make friends with your future, Never give up.

3 Reasons to celebrate Women.

Today is world women’s day.

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I decided to list 3 reasons why we should celebrate wonderful, beautiful, loving, unique individual called woman.

I held from a place where men/women are regarded equal but unfortunately not treated the same as they should to an extent, but things are looking up good there is hope and positive change, unlike  decades back .

But let’s save that Information for another day, I don’t want to bore you with unfortunate ways women are treated in my culture. I’m in the mood of celebration. So here you have it below.

  1. She is daughter.

There is a saying that’s goes when you train a man you train individual but when you train a woman you train a nation.

This is so true. It’s time will give every girls chance to be what they want to be. Educate them to the highest level.

  1. She is partner.

Keeping up to a stable, loving relationship can be a hard work, it takes maturity, and lot of responsibility it’s should be selfless act and unconditional. What you put into it is what you will get out of it, there is no two ways about it.

I say kudos to all the women, partners, mother’s who is trying all they know to be the best they can, making a positive impact at home, and society.. It can be challenging for those with kids especially single parents in this area.

She gets up before dawn to prepare breakfast for her household and plan the day work for her servants.

3. She is entrepreneur.

A good woman is priceless, She is energetic and strong, she makes sure her dealings are profitable her lamp burns late into the night. Women are known to be multitasking than their opposite folks.

In most case they busy trying to fix many things at a time.

No matter where you fit in, the bottom line is that you have every Reason to be proud of being a Woman.

Happy Women’s Day!

Valerie Harper has terminal brain cancer

482260_548968605133448_370380995_nValerie Harper has terminal brain cancer and doctors are giving her around 3 months to live.

Valerie Harper has terminal brain cancer

Harper, who famously played the character Rhoda on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and the spin-off, “Rhoda,” was diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare form of cancer in which cancer cells spread into the membrane surrounding the brain.

Harper, 73, told People, “I don’t think of dying. I think of being here now.”
Valerie Harper, I wish you to hang in there, praying for you, May God give her strenght  to battle with this ugly illness.

michelle obama DNC Awesome speech.

I listened to Michelle Obama’s speech on Live Network yesterday [she looked great as always and her pale purple nails and slim fingers were quite eye-catching] and what struck me most was how personal it was. It was a politicized love letter, and I loved that aspect of it. Around the middle of the speech she said, “…when we were first married, our combined monthly student loan bills were actually higher than our mortgage. We were so young, so in love, and so in debt.”

Towards the end, she added, “today, I love my husband even more than I did four years ago…even more than I did 23 years ago, when we first met.” I was inspired by how much she believes in her husband and his vision, and how she is working in her own way to support him. Below is the video and the parts of her speech that really spoke to me.

michelle_obama_convention_speechServing as your First Lady is an honor and a privilege…but back when we first came together four years ago, I still had some concerns about this journey we’d begun.

While I believed deeply in my husband’s vision for this country…and I was certain he would make an extraordinary President…like any mother, I was worried about what it would mean for our girls if he got that chance.

How would we keep them grounded under the glare of the national spotlight?

How would they feel being uprooted from their school, their friends, and the only home they’d ever known?

Our life before moving to Washington was filled with simple joys…Saturdays at soccer games, Sundays at grandma’s house…and a date night for Barack and me was either dinner or a movie, because as an exhausted mom, I couldn’t stay awake for both.

And the truth is, I loved the life we had built for our girls…I deeply loved the man I had built that life with…and I didn’t want that to change if he became President.

I loved Barack just the way he was.

You see, even though back then Barack was a Senator and a presidential candidate…to me, he was still the guy who’d picked me up for our dates in a car that was so rusted out, I could actually see the pavement going by through a hole in the passenger side door…he was the guy whose proudest possession was a coffee table he’d found in a dumpster, and whose only pair of decent shoes was half a size too small.

But when Barack started telling me about his family – that’s when I knew I had found a kindred spirit, someone whose values and upbringing were so much like mine.

You see, Barack and I were both raised by families who didn’t have much in the way of money or material possessions but who had given us something far more valuable – their unconditional love, their unflinching sacrifice, and the chance to go places they had never imagined for themselves.


Like so many American families, our families weren’t asking for much.

They didn’t begrudge anyone else’s success or care that others had much more than they did…in fact, they admired it.

They simply believed in that fundamental American promise that, even if you don’t start out with much, if you work hard and do what you’re supposed to do, then you should be able to build a decent life for yourself and an even better life for your kids and grandkids.

That’s how they raised us…that’s what we learned from their example.

We learned about dignity and decency – that how hard you work matters more than how much you make…that helping others means more than just getting ahead yourself.

We learned about honesty and integrity – that the truth matters…that you don’t take shortcuts or play by your own set of rules…and success doesn’t count unless you earn it fair and square.

We learned about gratitude and humility – that so many people had a hand in our success, from the teachers who inspired us to the janitors who kept our school clean…and we were taught to value everyone’s contribution and treat everyone with respect.

Those are the values Barack and I – and so many of you – are trying to pass on to our own children.

That’s who we are.

And standing before you four years ago, I knew that I didn’t want any of that to change if Barack became President.

Well, today, after so many struggles and triumphs and moments that have tested my husband in ways I never could have imagined, I have seen firsthand that being president doesn’t change who you are – it reveals who you are.

You see, I’ve gotten to see up close and personal what being president really looks like.

And I’ve seen how the issues that come across a President’s desk are always the hard ones – the problems where no amount of data or numbers will get you to the right answer…the judgment calls where the stakes are so high, and there is no margin for error.

And as President, you can get all kinds of advice from all kinds of people.

But at the end of the day, when it comes time to make that decision, as President, all you have to guide you are your values, and your vision, and the life experiences that make you who you are.


So in the end, for Barack, these issues aren’t political – they’re personal.

Because Barack knows what it means when a family struggles.

He knows what it means to want something more for your kids and grandkids.

Barack knows the American Dream because he’s lived it…and he wants everyone in this country to have that same opportunity, no matter who we are, or where we’re from, or what we look like, or who we love.

And he believes that when you’ve worked hard, and done well, and walked through that doorway of opportunity…you do not slam it shut behind you…you reach back, and you give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.

So when people ask me whether being in the White House has changed my husband, I can honestly say that when it comes to his character, and his convictions, and his heart, Barack Obama is still the same man I fell in love with all those years ago.

He’s the same man who started his career by turning down high paying jobs and instead working in struggling neighborhoods where a steel plant had shut down, fighting to rebuild those communities and get folks back to work…because for Barack, success isn’t about how much money you make, it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives.

He’s the same man who, when our girls were first born, would anxiously check their cribs every few minutes to ensure they were still breathing, proudly showing them off to everyone we knew.

That’s the man who sits down with me and our girls for dinner nearly every night, patiently answering their questions about issues in the news, and strategizing about middle school friendships.

That’s the man I see in those quiet moments late at night, hunched over his desk, poring over the letters people have sent him.

The letter from the father struggling to pay his bills…from the woman dying of cancer whose insurance company won’t cover her care…from the young person with so much promise but so few opportunities.

I see the concern in his eyes…and I hear the determination in his voice as he tells me, “You won’t believe what these folks are going through, Michelle…it’s not right. We’ve got to keep working to fix this. We’ve got so much more to do.”

I see how those stories – our collection of struggles and hopes and dreams – I see how that’s what drives Barack Obama every single day.

And I didn’t think it was possible, but today, I love my husband even more than I did four years ago…even more than I did 23 years ago, when we first met.

I love that he’s never forgotten how he started.

I love that we can trust Barack to do what he says he’s going to do, even when it’s hard – especially when it’s hard.

I love that for Barack, there is no such thing as “us” and “them” – he doesn’t care whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or none of the above…he knows that we all love our country…and he’s always ready to listen to good ideas…he’s always looking for the very best in everyone he meets.

And I love that even in the toughest moments, when we’re all sweating it – when we’re worried that the bill won’t pass, and it seems like all is lost – Barack never lets himself get distracted by the chatter and the noise.

Just like his grandmother, he just keeps getting up and moving forward…with patience and wisdom, and courage and grace.

And he reminds me that we are playing a long game here…and that change is hard, and change is slow, and it never happens all at once.

But eventually we get there, we always do.

We get there because of folks like my Dad…folks like Barack’s grandmother…men and women who said to themselves, “I may not have a chance to fulfill my dreams, but maybe my children will…maybe my grandchildren will.”

So many of us stand here tonight because of their sacrifice, and longing, and steadfast love…because time and again, they swallowed their fears and doubts and did what was hard.

So today, when the challenges we face start to seem overwhelming – or even impossible – let us never forget that doing the impossible is the history of this nation…it’s who we are as Americans…it’s how this country was built.

And if our parents and grandparents could toil and struggle for us…if they could raise beams of steel to the sky, send a man to the moon, and connect the world with the touch of a button…then surely we can keep on sacrificing and building for our own kids and grandkids.

And if so many brave men and women could wear our country’s uniform and sacrifice their lives for our most fundamental rights…then surely we can do our part as citizens of this great democracy to exercise those rights…surely, we can get to the polls and make our voices heard on Election Day.

If farmers and blacksmiths could win independence from an empire…if immigrants could leave behind everything they knew for a better life on our shores…if women could be dragged to jail for seeking the vote…if a generation could defeat a depression, and define greatness for all time…if a young preacher could lift us to the mountaintop with his righteous dream…and if proud Americans can be who they are and boldly stand at the altar with who they love…then surely, surely we can give everyone in this country a fair chance at that great American Dream.

Because in the end, more than anything else, that is the story of this country – the story of unwavering hope grounded in unyielding struggle.

That is what has made my story, and Barack’s story, and so many other American stories possible.

And I say all of this tonight not just as First Lady…and not just as a wife.

You see, at the end of the day, my most important title is still “mom-in-chief.”

My daughters are still the heart of my heart and the center of my world.

But today, I have none of those worries from four years ago about whether Barack and I were doing what’s best for our girls.

Because today, I know from experience that if I truly want to leave a better world for my daughters, and all our sons and daughters…if we want to give all our children a foundation for their dreams and opportunities worthy of their promise…if we want to give them that sense of limitless possibility – that belief that here in America, there is always something better out there if you’re willing to work for it…then we must work like never before…and we must once again come together and stand together for the man we can trust to keep moving this great country forward…my husband, our President, President Barack Obama.

Thank you, God bless you, and God bless America. 

Don`t judge too soon.

A couple have been married for over 9years without children and it was becoming their 10th year. Dave and Clara stayed with each other and hoped that they will have a child before their 10th year of marriage runs out, because they were under persuasion from friends and family members to get a divorce; but they could’nt let go, because of the love between them. Months passed and one day, while Dave was returning from work, he saw his wife walking down the road with a man. The man had his arms around her neck and they looked very happy. For over a week, he saw the same man with his wife at various places and one evening, while Dave was returning from work he
saw the man drop her off at the house after giving her a kiss on the cheek.

Dave was angry and sad. Two days later, after a hectic day at work, Dave was taking water with a glass jug from the dispenser when the phone rang. He picked it up and the person said,”Hello dear, I’ll be coming to your house this evening to see you as promised. I hope…..”. Dave hung-up the phone. It was a male voice and he was sure the person was the man he had always seen her with. He suddenly became shaky with the thought that he has lost his wife to another man. The glass jug fell from his hand and shattered into pieces. Clara came running into the room asking,”Is everything okay?”. In anger he gave his wife a push and she fell. She wasn’t moving or getting up. Dave then realized that she fell where he broke the glass jug. A large piece of glass had pierced her. He felt her breath, pulse and heartbeat but there she lay lifeless. His wife was dead.

In total confusion, he saw an envelope in her hand. He took it, opened it and was shocked by its
content -it was a letter. It read: “My loving husband, words cannot express how I feel so, I had to write it down. I have been going to see a doctor for over a week and I wanted to be sure before I give you the news. The doctor confirmed it that I am pregnant with a twin and our baby is due 7months from now. The same doctor is my long lost brother whom I lost contact with after our marriage. He has
promised to take care of me and our baby and give us the best without collecting a dime. He also promised to have dinner with us today. I am putting this on your favorite chair in the sitting room for you to remember the day you proposed to me and I had to write to you saying,”Yes” because I was so happy. Thanks for staying by my side”. -Your loving wife The letter fell from his hand. There was a knock at the door and the same man he had seen with his wife came in and said, “Hello Dave, I suppose I’m right. Its Max, the brother of your wife and……”. Suddenly, Max noticed his sister lying in a pool of her blood. He rushed her to the hospital and she was confirmed dead! Her twin baby gone.

We should not be too quick to take unnecessary actions in our relationship or marriage when we
havn’t questioned our partner or spouse on what we saw or heard about them. Each of us have our faults. We shouldn’t be too fast to decide the judgement of others. Have you thought of that thing
you are doing wrong, that no one sees? – Not everything you see, hear, or believe about someone is true!