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Friday, August 22, 2014

Ebola: Lagos Hospital Which Treated Patrick Sawyer To Receive N4m  

First Consultant Hospital in Obalende, Lagos State, where Nigeria's first Ebola case was treated will receive N4 million from ANAP foundation.

Nigeria's Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu's spokesperson, Dan Nwomeh, in a statement said, the founder of the foundation, Atedo Peterside, informed the ministry that all private hospitals affected by the outbreak would receive N100, 000 per bed space. The statement said Mr. Peterside disclosed that First Consultant Hospital would be the first beneficiary of the foundation's donation.

The hospital will receive N4 million since it has 40 bed spaces. Nigeria recorded its first Ebola case on July 20 when Liberian-American, Patrick Sawyer, came with the disease into Lagos. Mr. Sawyer died at First Consultant Hospital, Obalende, Lagos on July 24. So far, 12 people have tested positive to the deadly disease out of which five have died, including the Mr. Sawyer. Five others were discharged while the other two people are already responding to treatment.

Yvonne Nelson Slams Iyanya For Nominating Her On The IceBucketChallenge

Two days ago,Iyanya joined International celebrities to take on the Ice bucket water challenge which supports those with Motor Neurone disease. Interestingly, he nominated Yvonne Nelson to take on the challenge.Many fans have been telling her to do it. Yvonne nelson took to Social media to react harshly..Read below..

‎'Say shit and I'll block you if I see it. SIMPLE! You live in America and think Africa is America? People in my country don't have potable water to drink and you display your ignorance on my post? No one asked you to follow or check my page… Ilovemyafrica! Ourpartoftheworld"

The Patience Jonathan’s Fight in Namibia

Dame Patience Jonathan was in Namibia in July. There are reasons I take note of it. She had followed in the footsteps of President Goodluck Jonathan who was in that same country earlier this year. Nigerians shouldn't forget that, on that occasion, Namibians had honoured their leader with the highest national award in their behalf, in the process thanking Nigerians for their assistance in the course of Namibia's war of independence.

That's a point once noted on this page, pointing out then that compared to other people from that part of the continent which enjoyed the same assistance from Nigeria, Namibians stand apart; they are a grateful people. So, just as one had stated then, and because every act of gratitude deserves another round of assistance if it's needed, it's repeated here that Nigeria should continue to stand by Namibians anytime, anywhere. 

For this reason, when Nigeria's First Lady...
travelled to Windhoek to attend the 8th Stop Cervical, Breast and Prostrate Cancer in Africa programme with the theme, "Universal Access to Cervical Cancer Prevention", it immediately caught this writer's attention. The fight which the President's wife took to that country wasn't the first. She had been to other African countries too, and on some other occasions had sent gifts from Nigerians to nations where there were displaced people such as the Saharawi Republic in the North-West of the continent. This time though, it was for the cause of women suffering from cervical cancer that she had headed South-West. But there are more reasons for being interested in such an endeavour.

Africa is one place where the helpless and the voiceless are in the majority, meanwhile, it's the vociferous few that make the louder noise, often not about issues that affect the voiceless majority. In Sudan's Darfur, women and children die under Khartoum's relentless assault and the main news pages where this tends to come into focus are those of the Western world, their radio as well as their TVs. In Central African Republic, years of misrule have turned Muslims and Christians who have lived together for years into enemies; now they maim and kill one another, with no one hearing about it except for the few occasions when Western media happened to pick the more heinous acts of bloodshed and report them. Those are a few of the man-made problems, the outcome of lack of quality governance. 

There are the challenges that man has little control over; those are many, and are generally pushed to the background especially in the face of more shocking human miseries. In the face of this, something still has to be said and done for victims of other problems that silently trouble Africans, not a few of which involve women. Cervical cancer is one of such. One more reason what took place in Namibia is of interest is that finding relevant voices on the continent that voluntarily speak for the voiceless doesn't always happen. So when wives of Africa's leaders put heads together to speak up on an issue, any issue at all, it's worth pointing to. More so, this is one continent where the challenges are so overwhelming that governments can't pay needed attention to all. In that case, whatever helping hand any group offers should, for the sake of the beneficiaries, be placed in its proper perspective and made the most of.

According to the WHO, in 2008, there were more than 530, 000 new cases of cervical cancer worldwide and 275,000 deaths resulting from the same. Over 90 per cent of them were recorded in developing countries among which is Nigeria. In the African region alone, 75,000 new cases were recorded in the same year while 50,000 women died of the disease. Cervical cancer occurs when the cells in the cervix begin to grow and replicate in an abnormal and uncontrolled way. When this happens, the body cannot organise these cells for normal function and the cells form a mass that is called a tumour. Malignant tumours in the cervix can spread to other parts of the body, crowding and destroying normal cells.

Cervical cancer often grows very slowly over a period of years. Before the cancer actually develops, there are early changes that occur in the cells of the cervix. While these cells that become abnormal are not in themselves cancerous, and many women with the cells do not develop cancer, the cells may lead to cancer. The abnormal cells usually develop as a result of viral infection that is generally sexually transmitted. When women have the virus, their immune system can eliminate it. For women whose immune system does not eliminate the virus, the cells may in time develop into cervical cancer. While all women are potentially at risk of developing cervical cancer at some point in their lifetime, the most common risk factors include an early age of first intercourse, having multiple sexual partners, and having experienced a weakened immune system. Cervical cancer is most often diagnosed in women in their late 30s. It can, however, be diagnosed in younger as well as older women.

Where this becomes more important for Africa is that high incidences of cervical cancer are reported on the continent, at rates exceeding 50 per 100,000 populations with age-standardised mortality sometimes exceeding 40 per 100,000 populations. For example, between 1981 and 1990, data from Nairobi hospital showed that cervical cancer accounted for 70 per cent-80 per cent of all cancers of the genital tract and eight per cent-20 per cent of all cancers. In Nigeria, 17, 550 women are diagnosed yearly, and no fewer than 26 Nigerian women die daily as a result of cervical cancer. 

The good news is that there are measures that offer opportunities for prevention: There is the low-cost screening approaches suitable for low-resource areas and vaccines that are efficacious in preventing the infections as well as the precancerous changes that can lead to cervical cancer. Efforts are also being made from different backgrounds, and from outside the continent to see to its prevention. In 2013, it was announced that the African Collaborative Centre for Microbiome and Genomics Research at the University College Hospital in Ibadan was to receive more than $4.16 million over four years from the United States of America to fight cervical cancer.

The funds released were part of the initiatives by the US expanding its partnership with African institutions and scientists for research into some of the most vexing health problems plaguing the continent. The research in this case was to focus on the epidemiology of cervical cancer and human papillomavirus infection. As the US National Institute of Health puts it, the grant "addresses a high-impact public health challenge that affects women's health in Africa and the rest of the world". The US didn't forget to remind everyone of this and related initiatives at the recently concluded US-Africa Summit where President Barack Obama's Secretary of Commerce had announced for Africa's leaders to hear: "Investing in Africa would support workers in California, and strengthen the health of patience in Nigeria" because of the MoU signed by Environment Chemical Corporation to "construct a state of the art cancer institute in Ibadan".

The fight against cervical cancer is one area where groups and agencies external to the continent have been seen to be doing something vital. It was to this a few relevant voices on the continent also added their own quota in Windhoek. Out there, in the course of the programme, Nigeria's First Lady said she and her fellow First Ladies were focusing on "universal access to cancer prevention," adding that "girls between the ages of nine to 15 years should be immunised… and have regular cancer screening done using the affordable procedures". So, it's the view of this writer that sometimes such interventions from whatever corner they come from may be what that next girl or woman needs in order to survive and raise the next generation for Africa. And of course that fight in one small corner of the continent, on behalf of the womenfolk, can't be separated from whatever progress Africa wishes to make. It's in that light efforts such as this should be fully encouraged.


Thursday, August 21, 2014

Nollywood Actress Ngozi Ezeonu Conferred With Ezenwanyi Ndigbo Na Nollywood

The Igbo Film Forum (IFF) Founder Harris Chuma, said, in a statement, that his organisation had named notable Nollywood actress Ngozi Ezeonu as recipient of the chieftaincy title of Ezenwanyi Ndigbo Na Nollywood (Queen mother of practitioners of Igbo stock in Nollywood).
Chuma noted that the choice of Ezeonu, who trained as a journalist at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ), was informed by her immense contributions in the propagation, promotion and projection of Igbo culture as well as her dedication to duty,” adding that this will be the second time the actress would be so honoured.
The first time was in 2011, when she was conferred with the title of ‘Igbo Cultural Ambassador’ by the ‘Igbo Bu Igbo Cultural Movement World Wide’.
‘‘It took us four years of critical search and short-listing before the leadership of IFF and ONN (Ohanaeze Ndigbo Nollywood) settled for the delectable screen goddess and veteran actress Ngozi Ezeonu,’’ Chuma said.
The actress would be presented with her staff of office at the forthcoming Igbo Film Festival scheduled for August 27, at Nelrose Hotel, Asaba, Delta State.
*Congrats to her….

Nigerian Woman, Ijeoma Udechukwu Arrested For Trying To Smuggle Babies Into The UK

A 51-year-old woman, Ijeoma Udechukwu, has been jailed for trying to smuggle two babies into the United Kingdom.

Udechukwu was apprehended after going to the British Embassy in Lagos, to present two completed applications for the babies which she falsely claimed were hers.

The Embassy carried out a DNA test on her, which revealed she was not the biological mother of either infant and the applications were refused.

Udechukwu proceeded to the UK, leaving the babies in the care of family and friends.
When officers visited Udechukwa’s address in Kennington, the found some false Nigerian adoption papers which stated that the children had been found abandoned in the street.

She reportedly refused to answer any questions about the fact that she had lied to staff at the British High Commission by claiming she had given birth to them; and also refused to confirm how she came into possession of the the babies.

The sentencing was carried out on Monday, 18 August, at Isleworth Crown Court. The woman, who is from Kennington, south-east London, was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for two years and 180 hours unpaid job.

Sierra Leone's 365 Deaths From Ebola Linked Back To Just One Woman

It has laid waste to the tribal chiefdoms of Sierra Leone, leaving hundreds dead, but the Ebola crisis began with just one healer's claims to special powers.

The outbreak need never have spread from Guinea, health officials revealed, except for a herbalist in the remote eastern border village of Sokoma.

'She was claiming to have powers to heal Ebola. Cases from Guinea were crossing into Sierra Leone for treatment,' said Mohamed Vandi, the top medical official in the hard-hit district of Kenema.

'She got infected and died. During her funeral, women around the other towns got infected.'

Ebola has killed more than 1,350 people since it emerged in southern Guinea at the start of the year, spreading first to Liberia and cutting a gruesome and gory swathe through eastern Sierra Leone since May.

Experts are now being offered £6.5 million to find ways to save the lives of people struck down by the Ebola virus.
Crumpled photographs of dead nurses cover noticeboards on the flaking walls outside the maternity unit and in the administration block.

Twelve nurses have been among 277 people to die since the first case showed up in Kenema hospital. A further ten have been infected with Ebola and survived.
Sierra Leonese government burial team members wearing protective clothing stand next to the coffin of Dr Modupeh Cole, Sierra Leone's second senior physician to die of Ebola in Kailahun
'The nurses who lost their lives and those who got infected would never have gone in knowing that they would get infected,' Vandi, the district medical officer, said.

'We are fighting a battle that is new. Ebola is new here and we are all learning as we go along.'
The first case at the hospital was a woman who had partially miscarried, having probably passed the virus to her unborn child.

The facility boasts the only Lassa fever isolation unit in the world, set apart from the main building, and a makeshift Ebola unit was quickly set up there.

It was then that the nurses began dying.
As head sister of the Lassa fever ward for more than 25 years, Mbalu Fonnie was credited with attending to more haemorrhagic fever patients than anyone in the world.

She had survived Lassa fever herself, but was no match for the Ebola virus when it got into her bloodstream from a patient in July.

She was dead within days, along with fellow nurses Alex Moigboi and Iye Gborie, and ambulance driver Sahr Niokor.

The deaths prompted a strike of 100 nurses, who complained of poor management of the Ebola centre.
'Wherever the Ebola virus strikes for the first time, there is a heavy toll on healthcare workers because they don't have experience with it,' Vandi said.

'The Ebola virus is deadly and unforgiving. The slightest mistake you make, you will get infected.'

Chinese doctors wear masks before working at the King Harman Road Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone
Two medical staff are bringing a weak patient who has been in contact with people infected with Ebola to the admission

Actress Anita Joseph Shares New Pictures

Nollywood actress Anita Joseph is actually keeping her promise to dish out sweet pictures for her fans this summer. The Anambra born screen diva changed her look with a new long braid, got a new photoshoot and shared the pictures with fans of her well endowed goddies.. Who noticed how fatter and aging she’s getting? Annyway let me mind my business, see more pictures below…

Meet The Pretty Dj Nana, Naija Fm And Timaya's Official Dj [PHOTOS] @djnana14

Young, vibrant and pretty Nanayat Abedoh is among the first of her kind in the female cadre of the art known as Disc Jockey (D.J.)
Born May 14th 1990, the exceptional female DJ better known as DJ Nana has always stood out in all her endeavors in entertainment. The Kogi State born lady attended Lea primary school, abuja. Saint Joseph Secondary School, Lagos from where she went on the study at the National Open University of Nigeria. Fortune smiled on her when she came out tops to win the first ever “Airtel/Barcaddi Cool FM DJ Competition” and from there went on to master the art of disc jockey under the tutelage of the Legendary DJ Jimmy Jatt at Jimmy Jatt Inc.
 she was nominated in the maiden edition of African Global Dj's Award in the best female dj category in 2013.
She has played at such A-List Events like:
First Nigerian Idol
AY Live Concert
Kings of Comedy Concert
MTN 10th Anniversary Party
Stand Up Nigeria Comedy Concert
British American Tobacco Concert
Rhythm Unplugged in Ibadan
Jimmy’s Jump Off Concert
snap drink launch
glo lafta fest
jonny walker step up to the vip event
Mtn project fame 7.0
polo club tournament
Dj Jimmy Jatt's 25th year on stage event
beat/naijafm nysc concert
She has also traded her art at clubs like:
Ziggy’s Gym
Traffic Lounge
Club Vegas
Rumours Lounge
t lounge benin
and many more........

she currently plays as an official dj on naija fm radio station and is also Timaya's dj.
See More Pics Below......................

Fiancé Of Late Nurse Who Died Of Ebola, Obi Ejelonu, Admitted To Hospital With Suspected Case

According to Sahara Reporters, the fiancé of Obi Ejelonu, the nurse who died of the Ebola virus after being infected by Patrick Sawyer, is suspected to have contracted the Ebola virus from his late fiance.

The suspected patient, whose name was given simply as "Dennis", allegedly suffered from a high fever three days ago but said he had recovered, SR reports. He's since been admitted in the hospital. A new blood test has been ordered, with results expected as soon as tomorrow.

15 Famous Quotes From Patience Jonathan

The Nigerian first lady, Dame Patience Jonathan has thrilled us over the past few years with riveting grammaticalblunders that will get you reeling with laughter. Here are the 15 most interesting ones:

1. My husband and Sambo is a good people.

2. The President was once a child and the Senators were once a children.

3. My fellow widows.

4. A good mother takes care of his children.

5. The people sitting before you were once a children.

6. Yes we are all happy for the effort,, it is not easy to carry second in an International competition like this one, (addressing press men after Female Under-19 FIFA World Cup).

7. The bombers who born them? Wasn’t it not a woman? They were once a children now a adult now they are bombing women and children making some children a widow.

8. My heart feels sorry for these children who have become widows for loosing their parents for one reason or another.

9. We should have love for our fellow Nigerians irrespective of their NATIONALITY.

10. Thank God the Doctors and Nurses are responding to treatment.

11. I would rather kill myself instead of committing suicide.

12. Ojukwu is a great man, he died but his manhood lives on.

13) Chai! Chai! There is God o… there’s God in everything we are doing, continue!

14) Na only you waka come?

15) Vote UMBLERRA and press your finger for UMBLERRA. . 

Story Of A Sad Woman: I Slept With My Driver Just To Have Children For My Husband

This is the story of my life: I am not a loose woman. I am just a woman who loves her husband very much and didn’t want to lose him. I just did what I had to do to save my marriage even though I feel guilty sometimes. It was not easy but I slept with my driver so that I could give my husband a child, but instead, God gave me twins, a boy and a girl.

I was married to Philip for eight years. We had no child. “The worst was that I never got pregnant even for a day.” His mother became so impatient that she started breathing down my neck as she gave me no breathing space at all. She moved in to live with us and practically made my life unbearable – in my matrimonial home.

I cannot drink water and drop the cup because she must insult me. It got to a point that she stopped eating my food because, according to her, I should be feeding my children so that they would grow healthy and stronger and not her. “Monica, if you had children, you are supposed to be feeding them with all these food so that they would grow healthy and strong. I am getting old so I don’t need all these nonsense you call food. Take them away and give me grandchildren,” she would scream.

Even after she had left, I could still hear those insults in my head so I decided to take a bold step – I seduced and slept with our driver...

Before then, my mother-in-law also stopped talking to me, however, the only time she talks to me is when she wants to insult me and remind me of how less a woman I was.

Philip and I love each other so much that he stood by me despite all his mother did or said to frustrate me to leave him. We visited different specialists and they all certified us medically alright. I have visited churches, held vigils and even fasted for days, drank various concoctions of varied colours and combinations all in the name of getting pregnant so that my mother-in-law can stop humiliating me yet I couldn’t get pregnant.

At a point, I stopped coming out of my bedroom because it was obvious my mother-in-law had vowed to frustrate me out of her son’s home. Most times, I just stayed in my bedroom and either cries, pray, think and then sleep off because I was scared of his mother confronting me. To make things worse, she sent away the house help because she said, “You don’t need any house help because there are no children to take care of. Take care of your house yourself and stop wasting my son’s hard earned money.”

It was just the three of us living at home, “God, I was always so terrified even when I hear her voice from a distance.” It is so agonizing to say this but my husband usually pleads with me to come out of the room and this makes him feel so sad especially those times I refuse because I don’t want to come face-to-face with his mother. When her troubles became too unbearable, Philip practically threw her out of the house just to make me feel safe and comfortable in my own home.

Okon is a young man in his late 20’s. He is a graduate of Mechanical Engineering but because he could not get a good paying job, he opted to become a driver. I promised to get him a good job if he sleeps with me just once but I never disclosed the reason for this. However, Okon thought I just wanted to cheat on my husband with him. I planned it during my ovulation so that I could get pregnant, although it was not easy sleeping with another man. I knew I was betraying my husband but I saw it as a necessary action. After a month, I discovered that I was pregnant. So, as promised I got a job for Okon in a friend’s company where he started earning almost N150,000 per month. When I told Philip that I was pregnant, he was so excited. “Sweetheart, God has finally answered our prayers. I am pregnant,” I revealed.

When I was five months pregnant, he informed his mother and she immediately returned to the house. She pampered me like a baby and also took good care of me. I never wanted to do any scan but my mother-in-law insisted. When I finally did the scan, it showed I was pregnant with twins, a boy and a girl. My mother- in-law and husband were extremely happy while I felt much fulfilled. “God thank you for compensating me with a set of twins after eight years of barrenness,” I muttered.

When the twins were born, the girl took ill for some time. It took a while before she fully recovered after several treatments and this got me worried. Philip and I insisted that blood test be carried out on them to determine their blood group and genotype and then came the shocking revelation. The doctor informed us that although their blood groups are both A, however, their genotypes are AS for the girl and AA for the boy meanwhile Philip and I are both AA. I wanted the ground to open and swallow me up because I felt Philip would ask questions but to my surprise, he did not. He just said, “Sweetheart, lets go home. We have had quite a long day, you and my babies need to rest.”

Three months later, he held me closely and said:
Monica, don’t be scared. I don’t want to know who the father of the twins is. I know whatever you did, you did to save our marriage and I am very proud of you. I promise to always love you and my babies. I promise this will be a secret between us. I love you sweetheart. I know we will have our own children someday.” I wept as he wiped my tears with his hands.

I know what I did was wrong but at least my mother-in-law is extremely happy with me, that is all that matters. Although, everyone is happy but I feel guilty that I selfishly used an innocent man to achieve my aim. But before anybody judge me; just put yourself in my shoes and think for a moment what you will do?

- Monica

"I Am Shocked And Heartbroken" - Famous Actor, Jackie Chan Responds To Son's Arrest

Famous actor Jackie Chan has finally reacted to the recent arrest of his 31 year old son, Jaycee Chan, who was detained last Thursday after grams of marijuana was discovered at his home. He was also accused of aiding and abetting other drug users

The actor who was made an anti-drug ambassador in China in 2009 apologised to the public on his personal website.

"Regarding this issue with my son Jaycee, I feel very angry and very shocked.

As a public figure, I'm very ashamed. As a father, I'm heartbroken. Jaycee and I together express our deep apology to society and the public. I hope all young people will learn a lesson from Jaycee and stay far from the harm of drugs. I say to Jaycee that you have to accept the consequences when you do something wrong. As your father, I'm going to face the road together with you.'

Miss P Releases Raunchy Photos

Maheedah most have succeeded in getting more female singers to follow her lead on online nudy, Miss p is a female musician from the east side of Nigeria.. She came into limelight with her hit track Oga Thomus.. Above are some of the pictures she shared online and some believe she's hotter and better than Maheedah

New Map Of Nigeria As Proposed By Delegates Of National Confab

As a follow up to their July 3rd recommendation for 18 additional states to be created to bring the number of states in Nigeria to 54, members of the National conference Committee on Political Restructuring and Forms of Government jointly headed by Ike Nwachukwu & Mohammed Kumalia have released a copy of the proposed a new map of Nigeria with the additional states added. (pictured above). Continue to see the newly approved states as seen on the map…

Apa from Benue,
Edu from Niger
Kainji from Kebbi state
Katagum from Bauchi,
Savannah from Borno,
Amana from Adamawa,
Gurara from Kaduna,
Ghari from Kano,
Etiti from South East,
Aba from Abia,
Adada from Enugu,
Njaba from Anambra and Imo,
Oil River from Rivers state
Anioma from Delta state,
Ogoja from Cross River State
Ijebu from Ogun State
Ose state from Edo
New Oyo State from the present Oyo State

The closing ceremony for the CONFAB will take place today August 21st where the final report adopted by the delegates on all matters discussed will be handed to President Jonathan for consideration and approval. We hope president Jonathan ignores this proposed bill of additional states…

Nadia Buhari Shares Flaunts Her New Man In New Pictures

The best way to hurt your ex is moving on with a better and richer guy after your relationship most have ended, just like Kelvin Hart and his ex, Nadia takes the lead as well after Nigerian Actor Jim Iyke broke up with her, flaunts her new man in new pictures…

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Meet The Boy With The Biggest Hands Ever On Earth [PHOTOS]

Eight year old Kaleem has been finding it very dificult to live a normal life. The young indian and his family who barely survive on an income of £15 a month are still trying to find a solution to his problem.

Kaleem has probably got the biggest hands ever, both weigh more than 2 stone.He is unable to carry out simple tasks like tieing his shoes and buttoning his shirt and gets bullied a lot in school.

His mother Haleema, 27, said she knew he was different at birth but was powerless to help and the youngster's hands have now grown so large they measure 13 inches from the base of his palm to the end of his middle finger. He currently does not go to school anymore because his teachers complained that his hands scare other children.

Kaleem's case is very rare as doctors are puzzled with his condition.

Lesbian Muslim Couple From Iran Tie The Knot In Sweden [PHOTOS]

Blessing: Imam Zahed completes the ceremony - much to the delight of the two overjoyed brides

Beaming with pride, their faces wreathed in smiles, this is the moment that Sahar Mosleh and Maryam Iranfar finally tied the knot after nine years together.

But the moment proved bittersweet for the couple, as both come from Iran - a country where homosexuals can pay for falling in love with their lives.

Safe in the Swedish capital Stockholm, however, the pair, who met online, were free to enjoy their big day which took place during the city's Pride week.

Maryam, who is expecting the couple's first child, and Sahar, who suffers from congenital brittle bones, were blessed by Iman Ludovid Mohamed Zahed.

Maryam, who is expecting the couple's first child, and Sahar, who suffers from congenital brittle bones, were blessed by Iman Ludovid Mohamed Zahed.

In Iran, the pair would have faced a penalty of 50 lashes for the first time they were caught together, a punishment that would have been repeated on a further two occasions.

Had they been caught together a fourth time, the death penalty would be applied.

'I'm glad that this is a happy couple who can now form family after many years of struggle,' added a thrilled Imam Zahed.

'It's a long journey to leave your homeland, come to a foreign country and manage to form a new life together.'

Sealed with a kiss: The couple pucker up after completing the ceremony conducted by Imam Zahed
Delighted: Maryam Iranfar (left) and her new wife Sahar Mosleh (right) smile happily during their wedding
Support: Well-wishers stop to share the moment with the couple as they and the Imam emerge after the wedding
Sharing a joke: The couple enjoy a jest with the ImamBig moment: The couple during the wedding ceremony
Delighted: The marriage was conducted by Iman Ludovic Mohamed ZahedNewlyweds: Maryam and Sahar have been an item for nine years

"As Far As There Is Condom, Changing Dick Is My Hubby" - Maheeda

Maheeda is at it again! See her tweet below;

Pope Francis Drops Bombshell: I Have Only 2 or 3 Years To Live

We have one Pope emeritus and now this again? It is well! But for the Catholic faithful, this piece of news will definitely be hard to stomach: Pope Francis has said he has only two or three years to live.

The Argentina-born Pope hinted that he had ‘some nerve problems’ which require treatment. Speaking with a group of journalists aboard his jet as he returned from a trip to South Korea, the Pope said:

“I see it as the generosity of the people of God. I try to think of my sins, my mistakes, not to become proud. Because I know it will last only a short time... Two or three years and then I’ll be off to the Father’s house.”

The respected Pope, according to the Mailonline, also hinted on the possibility of retiring from the Papacy if his health failed to cope with the rigours of his office.

Recall that his predecessor, Benedict XVI, stepped down last year, in an unprecedented move that opened the way for Francis to become the Pope.

Pope Francis is 77, he has been the most vigorous Pope in years, his energy proving the key to his popularity.