Woman becomes US Navy’s first female SEAL candidate

The US Navy has revealed it has its first two female candidates for special operations posts previously unavailable for women, including one who could become its first female Navy SEAL.

One of the candidates is seeking to become a special warfare combatant crewman, while the second is seeking to become an officer with the SEALs. Neither of the candidates has been identified, as is usually the case with members of the special forces.

“They are the first candidates that have made it this far in the process,” Lt Cmdr Mark Walton, spokesman for the Naval Special Warfare Command, told NPR.    Continue reading

Ghanaian Prostitute Confesses To Killing 100 Men And Rendering 70 Impotent


A 36-year-old Ghanaian prostitute has confessed to being responsible for the deaths of over 100 men who slept with her, while also rendering 70 more impotent after a Nigerian lady introduced into prostitution.

According to Katrine Obenewaa, her quest for money at a very tender age led her into prostitution.

Explaining how she became a sex worker to Bryt FM’s Samuel Mprah, she revealed that a lack of support from her poor parents meant she had to find alternative ways to make money. This, she said forced her into prostitution, adding that she got more involved in the business after she met a Nigerian lady called Miss Elizabeth Opeyemi.

“I was initially working as a local prostitute but later went international after coming into contact with one Miss Elizabeth Opeyemi, an international sex worker from Nigeria,” she revealed.

She further narrated how this mysterious Nigerian woman enticed her to take her prostitution business outside Ghana.

According to her, she started spreading her bounds to neighbouring countries like Benin, Togo and Burkina Faso.

“My eight years of friendship with Miss Opeyemi was a great moment that saw me with billions of cedis. I was able to buy two separates six-bed room apartments from the monies I made through my sex business and now own a lot of other landed properties from this same sex business,” she said.

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A Clarion Call to support Joetia FC warri

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passionate Request to support Joetia

Fc To purchase sporting kits.

Joetia fc is a young football team with lots of

talented players but eagerly seeking sponsors. we

lack basic sporting kits which will cost about

#800,000 (eight hundred thousand Naira) or

more; this will help improve the standard of our

young club and also encourage our young club and also encourage our young players

become future stars.                    Continue reading

Hundreds of German choir boys abused over six decades – report

The boarding school of the famed Domspatzen (Cathedral Sparrows) choir in the southern German city of Regensburg 5 March 2010

At least 547 young members of the Regensburger Domspatzen boys choir in Germany were subjected to physical and in some instances sexual abuse over a period of 60 years, a new report says.

Some 49 members of the Catholic Church are accused of carrying out the abuse between 1945 and the early 1990s, according to the report’s findings.

Victims said the experience was like “a prison, hell and a concentration camp”.

A 2016 report into the allegations said that 231 children had been abused.

The alleged physical abuse relates to children attending both the Regensburger Domspatzen’s pre-school and high school, according to the lawyer tasked with investigating the abuse, Ulrich Weber.

Representatives from the Regensburger Domspatzen boys choir have yet to officially respond to the report.

Presenting his findings on Tuesday, Mr Weber said the investigation had found 500 cases of physical abuse and 67 instances of sexual abuse over six decades.

Of the 49 church members who carried out the abuse under what was described as a “culture of silence”, nine were found to have been involved in sexual abuse, Mr Weber added. Continue reading

Internationally respected activist Malala Yousafzai in secret meeting with Osinbajo

– Acting President Yemi Osinbajo received Malala Yusafzai and her delegate in Aso Rock before proceeding to a closed-door session – Malala had visited former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2014 after the abduction of the Chibok girls Malala Yousafzai, the internationally acclaimed rights activist and founder of the Malala Funds and girls’ education, visited Acting President Yemi Osinbajo in Abuja on Monday, July 17, 2017.

This visit is coming over two years after the young Malala Yousafzai paid a similar visit to former President Goodluck Jonathan over the detained Chibok girls. Reports say she asked the federal government to declare a state of emergency in the education sector of Nigeria. Channels Television reports that the Pakistani schoolgirl, who survived a Taliban attack and decided to become an activist, met Osinbajo at the State House, Abuja.  Continue reading

Trump brushes off record low approval rating: ‘Not bad at this time’

Trump shouts as he arrives at the U.S. Women's Open golf tournament at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., on Saturday. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

President Trump reacted to a new poll that shows his approval rating has slipped to 36 percent — the lowest of any president at six months into his presidency.

According to an ABC News/Washington Post survey released Sunday, Trump’s approval rating is down 6 points since his 100-day mark, with 58 percent now disapproving of his job as commander in chief.

The president dismissed his dismal approval rating in a tweet.

“The ABC/Washington Post Poll, even though almost 40% is not bad at this time, was just about the most inaccurate poll around election time!” Trump tweeted.

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Lovers and followers of American history will be very familiar with these two names above. They were the 16th and 35th Presidents of the United States respectively.

While Lincoln and Kennedy lived nearly a century apart, there are some comparisons about the both of them that pricks a lover of history and politics. These facts first appeared after Kennedy’s assassination and it has been in the historical space since. Ayomide Akinbode outlines these facts and the burning question remains — was Lincoln and Kennedy the same man who was born and lived, became a president and was killed and born again and lived, became a president again and was killed again – shot in the head? Enjoy!


Abraham Lincoln was elected to congress in 1846.
John F. Kennedy was elected to congress in 1946.

Lincoln was elected president in 1860.
Kennedy was elected president in 1960.

Both surnames consist of seven letters.

Both were concerned with human rights.

Both lost a child in the white house.

Both were 6-feet tall.

Both presidents were shot in the head.

Both were shot on a Friday (Lincoln was shot on a Good Friday).

Both were succeeded by Southerners named Johnson.

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