• THE G-SPOT: Making a woman cum is easy with these easy techniques

    04/May/2016 // 2969 Viewers

    Would you like to see the easiest and best way to make a woman come?  Give any woman massive orgasms easily? Yes? Then simply click on the link below to see a video explaining how to make any woman orgasm easily and quickly!

    Now, let’s look at the process of sexual arousal.

    Clearly sexual arousal is not just something that happens in the mind; it happens in the mind and the body together.

    The sequence of events leading up to the point of having an orgasm is known as the sexual response cycle: it has four stages – excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.

    Each stage builds upon the last, in both men and women, so long as the right kind of stimulation is applied at the right time and with the right intensity.

    The Process Of Arousal: 
    The Female Sexual Response Cycle

    Step 1 On The Road To Orgasm (Climax)

    The sexual response cycle often begins with foreplay. This promotes sexual arousal.

    FemalesexualAs you know, foreplay can take many forms, ranging from simple loving look to a gentle touch, from a passionate kiss to a warm embrace, from gentle stroking of the skin to a vigorous massage. Most women would admit that if they are being brought to orgasm, foreplay is essential to promote desire.

    Whatever the stimulation, there are changes in a woman’s body which make her aware of her growing sexual arousal.

    These changes include an increased flow of blood to her genitals, with some engorgement of the erectile tissue of the clitoris, vulva and labia. At the same time her skin becomes more sensitive to touch.

    Her breasts swell in size and her nipples become more sensitive to stimulation. But since the nipples are very sensitive anyway, an aggressive touch may not be pleasant, so men- beware!

    If you are aiming to take a woman to orgasm, or force her to come with you on a sexual journey, make sure you touch lightly – or at least in the way she wants to be touched! 

    For some women, it is not the destination (orgasm) but the journey (arousal, foreplay, intimacy) which is most exciting.

    And perhaps the most obvious sign of her bodily arousal is production of vaginal lubrication, sometimes in large quantities, so much so that she may feel the wetness growing and seeping outwards into her underwear.

    This is often accompanied by a sense of warmth. And finally her clitoris engorges and becomes more prominent as blood flow to the clitoral tissues increases.

    Step 2: Sexual Arousal

    As sexual stimulation continues, muscle tension increases throughout a woman’s body: this will be released at the moment of climax. Her rate of breathing increases, her blood pressure goes up, and her heart beats faster. As she becomes aroused, the man will also find his arousal mirroring hers. If he is aiming to manufacture her coming, he may have to control his own increasing arousal while she catches up with him.

    There also will be changes to her vagina, with the entrance tightening slightly and the inner parts ballooning and increasing in length.

    As she becomes more aroused, her clitoris becomes larger and goes through a number of changes that cause the angle of the clitoral body to change. Such changes are useful signs for a man aiming to make a woman come quickly and easily – they can be the clues to what to do next in the process of sexual arousal.

    gspotIt is at this point that the G-spot changes in texture from rough to smooth, a change which some people believe is caused by swelling of part of the clitoris, causing it to lie more closely on top of the vaginal wall.

    The clitoral glans certainly disappears beneath its hood and remains there until the point of climax or orgasm unless exposed by pulling the skin back.

    0rgasmAt the same time a woman’s uterus shifts upwards so as to allow the vagina to expand lengthwise, thereby allowing the penis to thrust more deeply.

    Unless the clitoris is stimulated during sex, a woman is unlikely to climax during sexual intercourse. That is true whether she is stimulating herself or a man is trying to make her come during partnered sexual activity.

    Step 3: The Plateau Phase – Making A Woman Come

    In the plateau phase (see diagram above) a woman is highly aroused, both physically and mentally, and she can remain in that state for some time without reaching orgasm unless additional stimulation is applied to take her over into the orgasm phase.

    During the plateau phase she may experience a skin flush, deeper breathing and a higher heart rate; certainly her genitals will change color, as her labia become flushed with blood and her vaginal tissues swell.

    As mentioned above, with additional stimulation a woman will move from the plateau phase into orgasm.  It’s often the transition from the plateau phase to the orgasm which presents most difficulties for a woman when she is trying to have an orgasm.

    Men, when trying to make a woman come, and familiar with the way in which they stimulate their own penis during masturbation, will often apply much more vigorous and rapid stimulation to a woman’s clitoris at this point.

    While it’s certainly true there is a point where a woman may need this additional stimulation to reach orgasm, it has to be timed to perfection, otherwise a woman is likely to her climax slipping away from her.

    What in fact is needed most is rhythmic regular stimulation at the right pressure, until the very last moment, and then some additional pressure or faster stimulation to tip her over the edge.

    The climax itself involves a series of contractions of the muscles of the vaginal walls, the uterus, and the pelvic floor muscles.  These contract rhythmically at just under one second intervals.

    All of these contractions are accompanied by a great sensation of pleasure and, in some women, the emission of a small amount of fluid from the vagina – a sort of female ejaculation, a process captured on video many times and is a real phenomenon.

    The number of contractions a woman experiences when coming varies from three to fifteen, although some women can experience prolonged contractions.

    And many women experience their orgasm as a whole body sensation rather than just in their genitals. It’s probably safe to say that all women’s experiences of climax are different – both between different women and in the same woman over time.

    For better sex, the website www.massivestayingpower.com may be helpful if you need more information on how to reach orgasm during intercourse, which often depends on the man’s ability to engage in long lasting thrusting.

    Step 4 : The Resolution Phase

    A woman’s body returns to her pre-aroused state. 

    arousalThis process happens much more slowly in women than men.

    Indeed, women can often have another orgasm soon after their first; which is distinctly different to men, who have a refractory period, during which it is impossible for them to become sexually aroused again.

    This is the kind of information that a man trying to make a woman come needs to know – for example, it is often a better idea for him to give her an orgasm before entering her and enjoying his own orgasm.

    Why do men want to sleep after orgasm and women to cuddle?

    It’s down to the hormones we produce – after she’s had an orgasm during sex a woman is much more likely to want a period of cuddling and interaction; after his orgasm, a man is likely to want to sleep.


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  • I dread going back to poverty as I had a bitter experience of it – Mercy Johnson

    04/Nov/2016 // 199 Viewers

     

    Renowned Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson-Okojie, has shared her journey to stardom, as she recalled how N50, 000 once meant the world to her.

    The mother of three said she ventured into the movie industry after she initially failed her JAMB exams.

    Mercy made this known in a recently released video autobiography on her youtube channel, REALMJO.

    “Things weren’t extremely rosy, so I know what it means to be hungry. I know what it means to lack something. And I know what it means to work hard to achieve something.

    “I agreed to act for free in the ‘Maid’ but after the movie which brought me to limelight, the EP thought I did a great job so he gave me N50, 000.

    “I held the money like; you will have to kill me to take it away from me.

    “It meant a lot, it was like a Messiah at that point in cash.

    “So, there goes my biggest phobia, which is going back to nothing, the fear of going back to my humble beginnings.”


    Link to original source: http://dailypost.ng/2016/11/04/dread-going-back-poverty-bitter-experience-mercy-johnson/


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  • Breaking: Nollywood actress puts to bed, unveils her baby! [Photos!]

    05/Jul/2016 // 749 Viewers

     

    PARIS, JULY 5, 2016: (DGW) - Nollywood actress, Ivie Okuaye, unveils her baby  to the delight of her ever-growing fans.

    The actress, married to Ezie Egbo put to bed a baby girl on July 1 , 2016. Unlike her colleagues in the Nigerian fantasy world who hide their babies until they grow much older decided to chart another course   by unveiling  her baby:

    Below are the pix:

    Ivie Okujaye

     

    Ivie Okujaye baby and husband

     


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  • Photos of the day - March 4, 2016 ( Pope Francis confesses his sins!)

    05/Mar/2016 // 647 Viewers

     

    Photos of the day – March 4, 2016 Pope Francis confesses as he leads a penitential service in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican on March 4, 2016.

     

    Photos of the day – March 4, 2016South Korean President Park Geun-Hye cheers with new military officers during a military commissioning ceremony at Gyeryongdae, South Korea's main military compound on March 4, 2016 in Gyeryong, South Korea. Total 6003 graduates from the country's six major military academies were commissioned at the ceremony.

     

    Photos of the day – March 4, 2016

    Mourners gather at a funeral for shooting victim Akiel Denkins at Bible Way Temple in Raleigh, N.C., Friday, March 4, 2016. Denkins was shot by Raleigh police officer D.C. Twiddy while trying to arrest Denkins for a felony drug charge.

    Photos of the day – March 4, 2016

    Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump pauses as he speaks to supporters during a campaign rally in Warren, Michigan, March 4, 2016. (REUTERS/Carlos Barria)

    Obasanjo's birthday novelty march on March 5, 2016.


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  • I can't marry a poor guy - Linda Ikeji

    05/Nov/2016 // 694 Viewers

     

    From growing up in Idi Oro, a Mushin suburb of Lagos to owning a mansion in the highbrow Banana Island, Nigerian superblogger and former model, Linda Ikeji, admits that she has come a long way. OVWE MEDEME caught up with her at the recent launch of her new concept, Linda Ikeji Social, and she talks about her struggle so far.

    10 years is a long time. How would you describe the journey so far?

    The journey has been amazing. I didn’t expect to be here today because when I started hustling in those days, social media wasn’t popular in Nigeria. The first thing that I came across was blogging. And to be honest, when I started in November 2006, the last thing on my mind was that it was going to change my life as much as it has. It was just a place for me to be creative because I love to write stuff down and I didn’t think that ten years from now, this would happen. So it wasn’t something that I envisioned. It’s been an amazing journey, definitely something that I’m extremely grateful for. A lot of us are on social media but not everyone can say that it has changed their lives so tremendously. So I’m really grateful for how far I’ve come.

    Before you started making money from the blog, were you not at some point frustrated?

    So many times. The worst was definitely September 19 2010. It was my 30th birthday. I was broke, I was angry because I had been doing nothing for a long time and I was still struggling, I was still borrowing money. So I was extremely depressed and very angry with myself. I felt like a failure. I would cry a lot and then open my laptop to blog. I didn’t know that was where God was leading me to. And so, after my 30th birthday, my life really changed.
     
    You’ve carried a lot of controversial news, particularly about artistes. What is your relationship with them like, especially Wizkid?

    I don’t want to talk about Wizkid. To be honest, I have a cordial relationship with other entertainers. I’ve had run-ins with a few of them but in recent times, that hasn’t happened. It was when I was being carefree and careless with stories that I write. But apart from him, in the past year, I’ve not had a big issue with anybody.

    How have you been able to manage it with all the threats that are thrown your way? Doesn’t that leave you scared?

    The only person that threatened me was him. No it doesn’t scare me. I do more good for them than they acknowledge. Some of them are my friends, some of them have been to my house but the negativity that comes with blogging is fine. Some people will take offence, some will react in different ways. I’ve been doing this for ten years. If by now I’m not used to the backlash, then I should get out of the business.

    From the feedback you get, do you feel loved or hated?

    It’s a combination of both. I get a lot of hate and I get a lot of love. But I try as much as possible to hold on to the love and not pay attention to the hate because I know the hate is coming from a very different place.

    Sometimes when I trend and I see some vile comments about me, I’m like, you’ve never met me, why are you saying these kinds of things about me? I’ve grown such a thick skin, I just look at it and I laugh. I know when people are frustrated and depressed because I have been there. I’ve been depressed and I’ve been angry and my anger was always towards those who are successful and when I say hurtful things about them, it makes me feel better. So I allow them that grace to just vent. I understand that success comes with a lot of hate.

    In fact, that is one of the ways to know you’re really doing well. But of course, I get a lot of love. I get a lot of people who tell me that I inspire them and those are the ones I pay attention to.

    Have you lost any valuable friendship because of a story you wrote?

    Absolutely not; I haven’t. I’ve lost people who don’t agree with what I do but nothing valuable.

    With this your new concept, don’t you think you are taking on too much at a time?

    I’ve been blogging for ten years and I’m bored. I want to do something else. I’m 36, this is the time I have the energy and passion to run this. Besides, I’m delegating. I have a staff of over 30 people working here. So it’s not too much really. I think people try to limit themselves. I don’t limit myself at all. I feel like there’s absolutely nothing I can’t do.

    You made a video on your birthday where you talked about a lot of things. Why did you do that?

    I just wanted to talk about it. It was my birthday and I just wished I was married. It’s now that I want to get married. I don’t wish I was married earlier.

    Are you saying you’re not getting proposals from men?

    I’m getting quite a lot. People say that when you’re successful, men run away. It’s a lie. That is when they chase you the more. But unfortunately I haven’t seen what I’m looking for. It was my birthday and I just wanted to talk about it.

    What are you looking for?

    I keep telling people. It’s not that men are scarce. They are not scarce. The type of men that some of us are looking for are scarce. If I want to get married next week, I can. I want a man that I can look up to. Somebody that inspires me, somebody that will push me, motivate me; somebody who has had some success in his own career. I’m inspired by successful people. I can’t wait to meet someone like Tyler Perry.

    Does that mean you can’t marry a poor man?

    No, I can’t marry a poor guy and I’m being honest about it. He doesn’t have to be rich but let him be successful in his own way.

    Have you had to review you standards when it comes to men?

    When I was 30, my standards were extremely high. But I wasn’t really looking. I was just so focused on work because I’ve always been so ambitious. I wasn’t focused on marriage and kids and I felt like that would draw me back. So I wanted to just do my stuff. It was just recently that I started asking myself some questions. That I started thinking about it. Now, I have only three criteria.

    What are the three?

    He must be successful. He must be a good man in the sense that he has to be very supportive of what I do. If he tries to stifle me, I’m out. The third one, is the one that likes to eat groceries well (laughs).

    Do you think you’re controversial or just misunderstood?

    I don’t go out of my way to look for controversy. I think that maybe I’m misunderstood. People forget that blogging, even though it started as a passion, is now a business. There’s Linda the blogger and there’s Linda the person.

    Personally, if I was not a blogger, there are some things I won’t pay attention to, because I don’t care. I have things to do in my life. But because I’m a blogger, I have to pay attention to little gossip. I have to pay attention to who is clapping back because my readers wants to see all of that. But personally as a human being, I don’t wish anybody ill, I don’t want anybody to fail, I don’t want anybody to cry or feel bad about comments. I think I’m misunderstood which is fine because people who are close to me know me and those are the people that really matter.

    Kemi Olunloyo once accused you of benefiting from Dasukigate…

    The reason I didn’t make an issue out of the Dasuki stuff is because it was overwhelming. I bought a house in Banana Island for half a billion and people can’t wrap their heads around it. They start thinking it has to be something shady. Up until the scandal blew open, I never heard about the man Dasuki. So I know I’m not guilty of anything.

    When you get married, will you leave your Banana Island mansion?

    I will move to the man’s house; as long as it’s not a three bedroom flat.

    Why do you feel comfortable talking about your age?

    I read somewhere online where they said I’m 42. Let me tell you, it’s so easy to know someone’s age. Just find out the year they finished secondary school. I finished Lagos Anglican Girls Grammar School in 1997. I was 16 going on 17. So if I’m 42, it means I finished secondary school in the 80s. The reason I talk about my age is because I was a model. In fact when I did my first show in 1998, I wasn’t up to 18. I had to lie that I was older than I was. I was 17 plus. How can I now be 42 in 2016? People already know my age. 

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  • Breaking News: Family declares Miss Anambra, Chidima Okeke, missing after sex video leaks

    05/Nov/2016 // 1589 Viewers

     

    PARIS, NOVEMBER 5, 2016: (DGW) Dethroned Miss Anambra, Chidima Okeke , has been declared missing by the parents after video leaks where she allegedly indulged in lesbianism with another girl DAILY SUN has reported in an  interview with her parents.

    According to Chidinma’s father, Sir Jeremiah Okeke who is living in Aba, Abia State with his family, lamented that the family had been going through emotional and psychological trauma since it all started. With a voice laden with heavy emotions, the 65-year-old man told our reporter that the family had handed over the situation to God.

    “Chidinma is my own daughter” he said, “but there is nothing much I can say about this because there is a lifestyle adopted by my family. We don’t foment troubles.

    “I, as the father, have committed everything to God in prayers. Human being cannot fight our cause but only God in heaven. We are in serious prayers for God to intervene. I don’t have anybody on earth except God.”

    Asked if his daughter has before the incident complained to him that she was being sexually harrassed, he said he was confused about the whole matter, even as

    he raised the alarm over the whereabouts of his daughter.

    “I am confused about the whole thing as of now. It is only when I set my eyes on my daughter that I will know about all these. As it stands now, I don’t know where my daughter is.”


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  • Imo State indigene Lagos-born Miss Curvy Nigeria, Sandra Anthony, opens up on her kind of man

    06/Aug/2016 // 844 Viewers

     

    Born and bred in Lagos, the current Miss Curvy Nigeria, Imo State indigene Sandra Anthony, a 2014 International Relations graduate from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, in this interview with JOE AGBRO JR, talks about being bold with her body, her work with creating awareness for cervical cancer and other issues. Excerpts:

    HOW did you hear about the Miss Curvy pageant?

    I first heard about it through a friend. When I heard about it, I did my research on it and I noticed I had the feature for the competition and I registered. And I saw myself going through the auditions and the main event and I became the winner. That was in October last year.

    Was that your first experience to participate in a pageant?

    Yes, that was my first time. I’ve modelled for a plus-size clothing line.
     
    Now, some people with big body love to slim down. Have you ever felt like slimming down?

    Most times, I just want to get into shape, not slim down. I don’t really fancy very slim people. But sometimes, I want to reduce my tummy and all of that, but getting slim is not my thing. I just like the whole figure eight thing.

    With what figure, do you get attention from men?

    Yes, of course. It gets attention from everywhere.

    How?

    Like when you’re walking, they look at you. Sometimes, you want to even cover up, so you wouldn’t get much attention. But when you’re ready to get the attention, you just let it out, like, ‘today, I want to get all the attention I’m seeking for when you go out dressing really really good.’

    How do you react when people give you catcalls and you’re not in the mood?

    Sometimes, it’s just good to be friendly. Sometimes, when they see your face, they’ll know that okay, ‘she’s not in that mood.’ But when you give them a friendly face, that’s when they can come towards you.

    It’s also the view of some people that beauty pageants are just out to patronise women. How has your experience been like?

    It depends on who you’re working with. My experience is not like that. The woman that owns the management is not like that.

    Are you married or single?

    I’m not married.

    What do you fancy in men?

    A very intelligent, smart and ambitious man is okay for me.

    What about riches?

    When you’re ambitious and intelligent, I think you will definitely be rich.

    Tell me a little bit about the charity you’re driving

    It’s the Sandra Anthony Foundation. It was started some months after I became Crown Queen. It was supposed to be my pet project over a year but I’m not looking at just a year. I’m looking at as time goes on.

    Sandra Anthony Foundation is basically here to fight against cervical cancer. I’ve gotten three screening centres. I’ve gotten my professionals – the doctors, the nurses. I even have a free day that ladies can go for free screening which is on Fridays at Surulere, Lagos.

    Have people been benefiting from it?

    Yes, a lot. Some people call me and tell me ‘thank you for directing me to this place.’ I remember I met and took a girl there. Immediately she got there, she started calling her family members – her sisters, her mother – everybody started coming. At the end, everybody was like, ‘thank you for bringing us here.’ Things like that make me happy. And I’ve gone to different events where I talk to young students that they should come and they have been turning up.

    Why did you pick to talk about cervical cancer?

    People don’t know about cervical cancer at all. Most people know about breast cancer but people don’t about cervical cancer and it’s more deadly. When you have breast cancer, you see some signs but with cervical cancer, you cannot, except you go to the hospital to get yourself screened. And it doesn’t give you any effect until it is there. But when you go for your early screening and they see some signs of you getting this disease, they treat it fast, give you vaccine and all of that. But if you keep it for a longer time, the consequences is there.

    Apart from being the current Miss Curvy Nigeria, what else do you do?

    I was into interior decoration before even discovering I could go into modelling. I’m an actress too. I’ve done some movies, though I’ve not taken it seriously. I have a lot to do with my Foundation and I have to build it up real good.

    What’s your view on feminism?

    Most times, I think because of the way the world is globally changing, women do jobs that men do these days, women pay their bills, take care of themselves, take care of the family. So, they don’t see any need for a man to even come into their life.

    Some women want to even give birth and they dint need any man controlling their life. So, I feel that is why this feminism is coming up. But we Africans, we’re always under men. Men are the head of the home, they always take care of the family. Even though you’re very, very rich, you also need a man to take good care of you.

    So, will you like to have a man in charge?

    Yes, I think so, because there is always a time when you get home and see someone you can actually talk to and you know you have a family, you’re building a home. I think there a kind of happiness that comes with it.

    When do you see yourself getting married?

    I don’t know. God’s time is the best.

    What are your hobbies?

    I like travelling even though I don’t really like flying. I don’t like going by road either. If I can just appear and disappear, I would tour the world. I like listening to music and reading books.

    What is something weird about you?

    I’m not a weird person. I don’t think I like anything weird.

    A word for plus-sized people

    Everybody has their different bodies with different things that fit. Plus-size ladies should wear what would fit them instead of looking for skinny clothes and it wouldn’t fit them. And most plus-size ladies feel shy in front of camera which is not good because you don’t even know where your luck is coming from.

    So, you’re not afraid to flaunt your body?

    No, not at all.

    As a model, can you pose nude?

    I cannot because everybody has what they work with. Some are bikini models. I have people I work with, so, they wouldn’t want that. You can’t see Queen Elizabeth showing her body. I was a model before I became a queen. And there are certain things a queen is not allowed to do. So maybe, when I’m done being a queen.

    After your reign then, how far can show your body?

    Just in a bikini suit, not nude.


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  • VIDEO: ‘If you’re not married at 30, there’s a problem’

    06/Dec/2016 // 331 Viewers

     

    Many Nigerian women (and even men) believe that being unmarried at the age of 30 is an indication that something is terribly wrong.

    Battabox, Nigeria’s most exciting video channel, recently went to town to feel the pulse of the nation concerning the right age to marry.

    Asking the question – “What age should women in Nigeria get married?” – Battabox got some painfully hilarious and thought-provoking responses.

    While one lady said: “Before 30 you should already be in church. So I don’t think that’s when you should run to church,” another took it with a great deal of seriousness.

    “Something must be wrong so she has to pray,” she said.

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  • Finally, Nollywood actor in need of kidney transplant ‘ejected’ from hospital

    06/Jan/2017 // 704 Viewers

     

    James Uche, a Nollywood actor who requires N11 million to undergo kidney transplant and eye surgery abroad, has been ejected from a Lagos hospital, his son has said.
     
    The ejection followed the notice of payment that was given by the hospital where the actor had received treatment.
     
    Uche had been warned that his treatment would be stopped and would have to vacate the premises due to incurred debt.
     
    James Uche Junior, son of the actor, revealed his father’s current state in a video posted on Instagram.
     
    He said: ” Today, January 3rd is a day I will never forget in my life as we have been asked to leave the hospital due to incurred debts.
     
    “My dream for my father to see and regain his health is getting hopeless, with the heaviness in my soul, I still plead with the good people of Nigeria to sow a seed in my father’s life.”
     
    Ifeanyi Dike, Board of Trustees (B.O.T) chairman of Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), has implored Nigerians to come to the actor’s aid as the sickness has blinded his eyes.
     
    “Prince James Uche desperately needs immediate surgery due to his inflamed kidney that has resulted to blindness.
     
    “Please, I would like to knock on your hearts to please assist to raise funds like I have donated too. I survived this in India and I want him to survive too.”
     
    Ifeanyi Dike asked that actors and Nigerians should show kindness to Uche, a former vice president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN).


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  • Check out Bukky Ajayi's last moments (Videos & photos)

    06/Jul/2016 // 846 Viewers

    Late Bukky Ajayi at AMVCA 2016

     
    Words cannot describe the sudden death of Nollywood actress, Bukky Ajayi. The movie thespian died at the early hours of Wednesday, July 6, at her home in Lagos.

    The movie thespian died just three months after the received her Industry Merit award at the just concluded Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards (AMVCA), which took place on Sunday, March 5, at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. 

    However, on Monday, February 5, Bukky Ajayi clocked 82-years old and her children hosted her to a private birthday party at her home, in Lagos. 

    In her last words at the award ceremony, Bukky Ajayi disclosed that if she has offended anyone, they should please forgive her and if she has offended anyone, they should please forgive her. She further added that her only wish was that: “I hope I can stand up but if I do that I will fall down.”



    However, the Nollywood actress already knew that she was going to die before the end of the year. When NAIJ.COM, contacted her for an interview before her death she disclosed that, she would have loved to grant an interview but she knows she would be going soon so she does not want to say anything.

    Late Bukky Ajayi at her 82nd birthday celebration

    Late Bukky Ajayi at her 82nd birthday celebration

    Late Bukky Ajayi with colleagues, Joke Silva, Rita Dominic, Kate Henshaw, Chioma Chukwu and others.

    Late Bukky Ajayi with colleagues, Joke Silva, Rita Dominic, Kate Henshaw, Chioma Chukwu and others.


    The late actress with colleague Yvonne Jegede

    The late actress with colleague Yvonne Jegede

    Bukky Ajayi with her children on her 82nd birthday

    Bukky Ajayi with her children on her 82nd birthday

    Bukky with Toyin Aimakhu, Yomi Fagboyo and others

    Bukky with Toyin Aimakhu, Yomi Fagboyo and others

    Late Bukky Ajayi and RMD

    Late Bukky Ajayi and RMD

    Fun moments with Yvonne Jegede

    Fun moments with Yvonne Jegede

    Late Bukky Ajayi at AMVCA 2016

    Late Bukky Ajayi at AMVCA 2016


    Source: Naij.com



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