The Wedding That Never Happened…

The Wedding That Never Happened...

Nonso and Ada were two love birds who just couldn’t keep away from each other. Everybody in the village knew that it was a sure thing that one day they would get married. So it was not a big surprise when Nonso and his kinsmen came to Ada’s parents to ask for her hand in marriage. A date was soon fixed for the wedding. Ada and Nonso were extremely excited and looked forward to their wedding. They were counting down to that great day.

One day, Nonso came to Ada’s house to see her. He told her that he was going for a very important business trip and would be back in two days. They bid each other goodbye. It was a normal thing. Nonso often travelled to buy goods for his business. Nobody smelt danger or tragedy in the offing. Nonso travelled the next morning and was involved in a ghastly crash that killed him on the spot.

When the news got to Ada, she was devastated. How could this happen? All the wedding plans had been made – they were just counting down to the ceremony. Ada was in shock. She locked herself up in her room and wept inconsolably. Within a few days, Ada was an emotional wreck. Her parents were alarmed. All their entreaties to her fell on deaf ears. Everyone was confused. No one knew what to do.

This went on for three long months! Then one day, Ada came to herself: “How long will I continue like this? Nonso my love is dead, but I know he would want me to go on with my life.” And that morning, for the first time in three months, Ada took a refreshing bath, put on her best dress and went out to visit friends. In no time, Ada’s life took a new turn. She began to socialize, and one short year later, she met Arinze, a young executive of a major corporation, and they were married six months later.

MORAL: Life is not always fair. We may not be able to control all the events of our lives but within us is what it takes to overcome every challenge – if we don’t quit.

Written by Kaycee Okuma. You can reach Kaycee at

Six best Ways to Study Effectively


It’s safe to say that there isn’t a student in the world that hasn’t had to grapple with studying. For most, studying is almost a form of punishment they have to endure. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares 6 smart ways to help you study without it feeling like some cruel and unusual form of punishment.

Be Mindful of How You Approach Studying

Researchers have found that ‘how’ you approach something matters almost as much as what you do. Having the right mindset is important in helping you study smarter and more effectively. Too many people see studying as a task or some form of punishment rather than an opportunity to learn and better themselves. You can think of it this way: people say intelligence is sexy right? Well studying is one of the easiest ways to build that intelligence.

Be Mindful of Where You Study

Avoid studying in a place that isn’t conducive or is too distracting for you. Some people can study with music and some need absolute quiet. Understand the environment conducive for you and opt for such environments when you study.

Bring Along Only What You Need to Study

When you find an ideal and conducive place to study, please refrain from bringing along things you don’t need. This is because those things can be a distraction to you. Also be sure to bring along everything you need to study to avoid wasting time going back and forth because you forgot one thing or the other.

Have a Game Plan

This involves understanding what you have to study (in terms of quantity and complexity) and executing a game plan to help you cover all you have to study adequately and in good time, without giving yourself a headache trying to cram it all the night before.

Try Employing Different Study Methods

This is mainly to make the study process more interesting for you. However, if you’re comfortable with using one study method alone, then please do so.  You can try using flashcards, mnemonic devices, rewriting your notes, jotting down study points, taking practice exams or doing past questions, studying with study partners or even creating a study game as some of the study methods you can employ.

Take Breaks

Taking breaks is just as important as studying, only be careful not to overdo it or be too excessive with it. The mind works better when you take breaks every half an hour to an hour. It will help you absorb the information and decompress to help your mind feel free for more studying. Studying for hours unending can give you a headache or make you sleep off. You can take breaks by moving around, eating, rewarding yourself by watching a short video or talking to study partners.

(This article, written By Damilola Ojo)

Make Your Dream of Swimming with child Otters Come proper – individuals Pets (blog)

Make Your Dream of Swimming with child Otters Come proper - individuals Pets (blog)

Nurtured via Nature is all about turning needs into truth.

At this California non-earnings that you could feed a sloth, calm down with a kangaroo and get to grasp an armadillo. but in all probability probably the most magical come across they offer is the possibility to swim with baby otters.

No longer do you ought to stand on the different facet of the glass, looking in. Now, you will pay to swim with a group of Asian small-clawed otters, who are all desperate to have a large chum to play with within the pool. all of the animals on the facility are both a part of a conservation application, surplus from zoos who couldn’t care for them or rescues from the wild.
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The best part of this stumble upon, other than the oodles of otter kisses, is that your experience helps pave the manner for little ones in need to journey the identical joy. together with using their profits to look after their animals, Nurtured by Nature uses their money to invite little ones with terminal diseases to benefit from the beauty and exhilaration of natural world up close and free of can charge.

Now not fantastically, the otter encounters for this 12 months are already booked up, however 2017 has openings!

18-year-old girl who went viral for putting her virginity on sale finally sells it for £2 Million

18-year-old Romanian teenager, Aleexandra Kefren

An 18-year-old Romanian teenager, Aleexandra Kefren who went viral on the net after she appeared on ‘This Morning’ show in November last year, to announce that she intend to sell her V!rg!nity to the highest bidder after she avowed she already had an offer of £1.7million from a wealthy businessman, has finally sold it.

The aspiring model from Bucharest, in Romania claims she has sold her V!rg!nity to a Hong Kong businessman for £2million. Despite her family threatening to disown her over the deal.

Khefren said that she has booked a hotel and is in contact with the businessman, who she was connected with through Cinderella Escorts, a website based in Germany that will take 20 per cent of the £2million bill.

The teen did not tell her parents what she was doing and they exploded with fury after discovering her plan.

Khefren said that the businessman is ‘very friendly’ and that though she’s spoken to him, when she meets him in person for the first time, she will be accompanied by Cinderella Escorts staff

She said she is curious about S3@.x:’ and that she hoped the man who takes her V!rg!nity will wine and dine her prior to going to bed.

‘We will go to a hotel in Germany, have dinner and then it will happen,’ she said last year. ‘I am very curious about how S3@.x:’ is. I have not experimented. I don’t know what is it.’

Last year, Khefren’s father Toni and mum Elena begged her not to go through with the sale of her Virginity.

Khefren claimed last year that she was selling herself to raise money for her family who faced eviction from their home.

She also said the money would be used to fund a college place, with Oxford University a favoured choice.  See more photos below;

18-year-old Romanian teenager, Aleexandra Khefren
18-year-old Romanian teenager, Aleexandra Kefren with Dad