Thursday afternoon, to the streets to protest their husband’s sexual
weakness, demanding that the start performing their matrimonial duties
or face a mass divorce.
Refining and Petrochemical Company (KRPC), has made their husband’s lose
sexual potency, making them unable to satisfy their women on bed.
that most men in the Mararaba Rido community suffered one form of
reproductive health problem or the other due to the toxic waste from the
KRPC, adding that their men suffer weak erection and infertility, while
the women often miscarry their babies or their ovaries are affected.A
community leader, Mohammed Bashar, also pointed out:
“Most of the complaints could be
associated with secondary infertility, because victims have, in the
past, given birth to children before they suddenly stopped.
There was widespread belief that smoke and poisonous gases emitted from
the refinery have reproductive health effect on people living in the
area, but no medical report has confirmed the allegation due to
inability of villagers to seek comprehensive medical tests, perhaps
owing to lack of awareness and poverty.”
Guys, first impression always and always, always, always matters, be nice...and this story is a perfect example of that. One HR executive Matt Buckland
has narrated how a man pushed past him and told him to go 'f***
himself' as they were both getting off a packed train at Monument
Station in central London on Monday Feb. 16th.
He said the man insulted him because he'd stood aside to let a woman off
the train. Thinking he was deliberately standing in the way, the man, a
job seeker, pushed him aside and told him to f**k off.
"I was on my way into work on the Tube on Monday morning during rush
hour. I stood to one side to let a lady get by, and ended up blocking a
make up to N30K in a day, washing plates in a hotel in Austrialia. That is
about N600k in 20 days.
Er, Stella is so not smiling!
Nigeria is my country. Nobody is killing anyone cos no be only you do
video. #VisaDonExpire #BringOurSonBack #AttentionSeeker #LoveYouStill. -
Toyin AImakhu tweeted then.
from that, I'm doing a lot of work with the United Nations. If I had...