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Blitz And Glitz From The Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards 2013

The Maiden edition of the AfricaMagic Viewers Choice Awards 2013 held on Monday 28, at the Porsche Center where award nominees and trophies to be won were unveiled.

In attendance were A-list celebrities like Genevieve Nnaji, Chidi Mokeme, Uche Jombo – Rodriguez, Omoni Oboli, Iretiola Doyle, Segun Arinze and many others.

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Man on Ground | Bubu Mazibuko
The Mirror Boy | Genevieve Nnaji
Otelo Burning | Nolwazi Shange
Maami | Funke Akindele
Perfect Picture | Jackie Appiah

The Return of Jenifa | Funke Akindele
Clinic Matters | Lilian Esoro
Dumebi the Dirty Girl | Mercy Johnson

Jacob’s Cross | Fabian Adeoye Lojede
Two Brides and a Baby | O.C Ukeje
Down & Out | Kenneth Uphopho
The Mirror Boy | Edward Kagutuzi
Otelo Burning | Jafta Mamabolo

Man on Ground |Fabian Adeoye Lojede
The Mirror Boy |Osita Iheme
Otelo Burning| Thomas Gumede
A Good Catholic Girl| Matthew Nabwiso
Two Brides and a Baby| Kalu Ikeagwu

House a Part | Hafiz Oyetoro
Glorious Journey | Kunle Bamtefa
The Bovi Ugboma Show | Bovi Ugboma
Clinic Matters | Francis Odega
Wanna Be | Ikhide Isaac

Man on Ground | Thishiwe Ziqubu
Otelo Burning | Harriet Manamela
Akun | Regina Chukwu
Old Cargo Young Blood | Taiwo Atigogo
Lies that Bind | Maureen Koech

The Mirror Boy | Ngozi Obasi
Perfect Picture | Jayne Awoonor-Williams
Two Brides and a Baby | Frank Osodi Richard
Kawanu | Preston Mwila
Spider | Nkiru Nwauzor

Big Daddy | Christopher Ihidero
Yellow Fever | Ngendo Mukii
Down & Out | Udoka Oyeka

Skeem | Tim Greene
Perfect Picture | Shirley Frimpong-Manso
Clinic Matters | Paul Igwe
The Bovi Ugboma Show | Bovi Ugboma
Wanna Be | Teru Ekuerhale

Man on Ground | Michael Botha & Joel Assaizky
Otelo Burning | Juli vanden Berg & Tiago Correia-Paulo
The Mirror Boy | Obi Emelonye
Perfect Picture | Elorm Adablah
A Sting in a Tale | Elorm Adablah

Skeem | Tim Greene
Man on Ground | Akin Omotoso
The Mirror Boy | Obi Emelonye
Otelo Burning | Sara Blecher
Perfect Picture | Shirley Frimpong-Manso

Otelo Burning | Dave Howe
Two Brides and a Baby | Eleazu Texas
Maami | Oluwole Olawoyin
Down and Out | Terry Emmanuel
Perfect Picture | Ken Attoh

Maami | Bola Belo
Lies that Bind | Carol Mbugua
Kawanu Bernard | H. Mulenga
Two Brides and a Baby | Blessing Effiom Egbe
Otelo Burning | Anita van Hemert & Chantel Carter

Skeem | Tim Greene
Man on Ground | Akin Omotoso/Fabian Adeoye Lojede/Hakeem Kae-Kazim/Rosie Motene
Jozi King | Jamie Ramsay
Otelo Burning | Sara Blecher
The Mirror Boy | Obi Emelonye

Otelo Burning | Megan Gilli
Man on Ground | Aryan Kaganof
Two Brides and a Baby | Shola Ayorinde
Lies that Bind | Reg Chuhi & Kevin Ireri
Clinic Matters | Kayode Afolabi

Skeem | Tim Greene
Wisdom of Thomas Collins | Chinedu Ezenwa
Phone Swap | Kunle Afolayan
The Return of Jenifa | Funke Akindele
Open Fire 2 | George Edmund

Man on Ground | Akin Omotoso/Fabian Adeoye Lojede/Hakeem Kae-Kazim/Rosie Motene
The Mirror Boy | Obi Emelonye
Otelo Burning | Sara Blecher
Adams Apple | Ken Attoh
A Sting in a Tale | Ken Attoh

Maami | Tunde Kelani
Akun | Regina Chukwu
Gbajumo Oladipo | Ariyeke

Asirka | Aminu Abdullahi/Hafizu Bello
Yunkuri | Aminu Abdullahi
Faida Nura | A. Ali/Hafizu Bello

The Ray of Hope | Sameer Srivastava/Sanjni Srivastava
Sakalakata | Henry Lenga
Zeinabu | Rudi Nyumbani Quentin Hughes/Alex Konstantaras

Otelo Burning | James Whyle/Sara Blecher/The Cast Workshop
The Mirror Boy | Obi Emelonye/Amaka Obi-Emelonye
Two Brides and a Baby | Blessing Egbe
A Sting in a Tale Shirley | Frimpong-Manso
Perfect Picture | Shirley Frimpong-Manso

The XYZ Show | Godffrey Mwampembwa/Marie Lora-Mungai
Peep | Ken Attoh/Shirley Frimpong-Manso
Jozi Moving the City | Lance Stehr
DemiGods | Benjamin Odiwuor Abonyo
Makutano Junction | Patricia Gichinga/David Campbell

The Mirror Boy | Clive Norman
Skeem | Tom Marais
Man on Ground | Paul Michelson
Otelo Burning | Lance Gewer
Maami | Sarafa Abagun

Otelo Burning | Jacqui Bannermen
The Mirror Boy | Gabriel Okorie
Tales of Eve | Biola Poopola
Perfect Picture | Jayne Awoonor-Williams
Kawanu | Christin Ngoma

Voting began on Monday January 28 at 23:00 CAT and closes at midnight CAT on 3 March, 2013. Viewers can vote via WEB, WAP or SMS.

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At 29, I Have Decided I’ll NEVER Have SEX…Again!

My strategies for avoiding sex had run out and so, as the inevitable happened, I simply hoped my boyfriend could not tell that I was enduring, rather than enjoying, our encounter.

John was a virgin when we met, so I assume he did not realise how strange and dysfunctional our perfunctory couplings were.

We'd abstain for months until, finally, he'd start bribing me with gifts to go to bed with him. But I loathed it. I dreaded the foreplay, and the act itself repulsed me. I could only bear it by focusing my mind on something else.

It's not that John was a particularly inept lover - he wanted very much to please me - nor was this a terminal case of bedroom boredom. The problem is that I have always detested sex: the idea of it, the fact of it, and the repellent notion that society seems to revolve around it.

I am 29 and I have had three lovers, two of whom I lived with. I have tried to quell the disgust I feel at the prospect of sex, but have failed repeatedly to do so.

There is nothing physically wrong with me - doctors have confirmed this - and I am not afflicted by guilt. My parents had a healthy and open attitude to sex. There is no dark incident lurking in my past that would explain my abhorrence: I have not been abused nor mistreated, and I have never been coerced into having sex against my will.

I am not gay, and I feel no physical attraction towards women. I do not think anything is 'wrong' with me, although perhaps my attitude would have been considered less freakish if I had been born in the Victorian era.

I just hate sex, and have decided I will never put myself through the torture of it again. I am in my physical prime, but my sex life is over. I wish it were not so. My tragedy is that I want to be 'normal'. I crave the companionship of a man.

I would love to be married; to build a home, to enjoy the comfort and domesticity of a life-long relationship with a partner I could cherish. I want to love and be loved.

I do not find men themselves abhorrent. On the contrary, I appreciate their looks and enjoy their company. I like cuddles, I don't mind kissing and I yearn for affection; but nothing more than that.

I have researched internet sites and discovered that only one per cent of the population is, like me, asexual. Of these, half are men and a smaller proportion is gay.

So I have resigned myself to the fact that there is scant chance of my finding a man I love who, like me, wants a celibate relationship.

I have not discussed my lack of libido with my parents - in a sense, this article is my 'coming out' - but I know it saddens them that the wedding and grandchildren they yearn for have not been forthcoming.

Perhaps they believe I just haven't met the right man yet. I can assure them, however, that I have persevered with sex for long enough to know that for me it is a misery and a penance. Why should I endure it, just to make other people happy?

I have known since my teenage years that I am different from my peers. I grew up in Buckinghamshire, where I still live with my parents, and attended a girls' grammar school.

What do you think…? ;) 

2 Brothers Kidnaps Their 74-Year-Old Father

Two suspected children have been arrested in Anambra State for allegedly kidnapping their father. The two brothers, Ifeanyi and Obinna, aged 44 and 33 respectively, were arrested by the State Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), led by Supol James Nwafor, after they were implicated in the alleged abduction of their father, Chief Mike Onwukamuche.
The brothers were said to have demanded for N5 million ransom from their father. According to investigation, the 74-year-old victim was abducted in Ojota and taken to Obosi and was allegedly held hostage for one week by the suspects. Both Ifeanyi, who was the victim’s heir and his younger brother, Obinna, according to investigation decided to kidnap their father because he did not give them money to support the upkeep of their families when they requested.
They were unmasked by their younger brother, Dr Emeka, who suspected a foul play when their father suddenly disappeared. He followed up his suspicion with lodging a formal complaint with the SARS whose operatives swung into action immediately and effected the arrest of Ifeanyi and Obinna and their friend, who owns the house where the victim was held hostage.
Ifeanyi explained his role; “I am the first son of my father, Chief Mike Onwukamuche and I have to kidnap my father. I am a businessman, I travelled to Thailand and I was dealing on drugs before I was deported. In November 2012. I told my father that I was handicapped and that I needed some money to start a business. But despite the fact that my family was suffering he kept on promising and I have no means of livelihood. I organized with my younger brother, Obinna, who was in the same situation and we arranged with my friends to kidnap him.
The Anambra State Commisioner of Police, Mr. Ballah Nasarawa who confirmed the arrests said; ‘Chief Mike Onwukamuche couldn’t believe that his sons were the architects of his abduction until when the two sons confessed to the crime.
The Onwukamuches hail from Idemili Local Government Area of Anambra State.
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Prostitutes Promises Eagles FREE SEX …If They Win GOLD!!!

“We want to congratulate the Nigerian national team, the Super Eagles, for qualifying for the next round of the competition. We want to assure them of our usual support and partnership, we want them to bring back our lost glory in football.To show our support for the national team, we’ll be declaring one week free sex if the Super Eagles can win the trophy.”

This was contained in a statement issued through the national secretary, of the Association of Nigerian Prostitutes (ANP), Jessica Elvis.

Super Eagles of Nigeria which qualified for the quarter finals stage of the Orange African Cup of Nations, South Africa 2013 will be confronting the Ivorian national team, the Elephants, in a knockout stage on Sunday.


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Teen Girl Who Performed At Obama’s Inauguration Shot Dead In Chicago!

A 15-year-old girl who performed at President Obama's inauguration last week was shot dead Tuesday while hanging out with friends in bullet-scarred Chicago.

Hadiya Pendleton was standing under a canopy in Vivian Gordon Harsh Park when a gunman ran down an alley, opened fire at the group and fled in a white car, police said.

Pendleton was shot in the back but managed to run about a block before she collapsed, officer Laura Kubiak said. She died at the hospital.

Police said Pendleton, who had no criminal record, was probably not the intended target.

Until her death, Hadiya was a majorette with the King College Prep High School band, which performed at several inaugural events. 
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