Parents confirm that the ‘kidnapped pretty sisters’ have been released!


An uncle to the abducted girls, Mr Amadi Opaluwa,
confirmed it this morning. Although he was reluctant to say
whether or not the family paid the N150 million ransom demanded by their
“We are very grateful to God that the girls are back,”
the uncle said. “We are very excited.”
He added that the family will address a press conference tomorrow.
It would be recalled that Ejura and Unekwu were abducted
by five gunmen on 8 June from their father’s house at Associated Estate, No. 55, Impresit Camp,
Karmo. The gunmen had carried out a robbery attack on the family and
were said to be dissatisfied with the amount of money found and thus abducted
the girls. Their abductors had first asked for a N200 million ransom but they
later called the family and reduced it to N150 million.

University introduces ‘Sugar Daddy course’ for ladies

Do Aristos need a degree for what they do? Maybe. A new course is
offering to teach women how to be the ideal ‘sugar baby’ in order to
land a wealthy man.

Professional sugar baby Carla Abonia, 37, has been
flown across the world and had wildly lavish gifts bought for her by
rich men who can't resist her company.

But she admits the relationships aren't always straight forward, so has
joined forces with her mentor, sugar daddy Alan Schneider, to form their
Sugar Daddy University in New York. The pair teach five key elements of
being a successful sugar daddy or sugar baby through the curriculum -
Sexuality, Understanding, Generosity, Attraction and Reciprocity.


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