As thriving beings, intimacy is one of the most important things our souls will always crave. A relationship needs intimacy. Intimate relationships allow partners to become very deeply acquainted & connected to the innermost soul or spirit. Within a good relationship or marriage, there will be several elements of intimacy which will keep it nurtured.
Simple physical affections such as hand-holding, cuddling, hugs and kisses are important to your relationship. These simple actions let you and your partner know that you’re there for one another, that you matter to the other. Intimacy is what helps love to survive through the toughest of times, and makes us continue to want to love and be loved by our partners.
Without intimacy, there is never the security in the relationship of knowing that the other person is there for you, or of knowing that they truly love you. This is why a relationship without intimacy on both levels is pretty much doomed to failure. Once intimacy is lost or if it never existed in a relationship, it takes a lot of determination and commitment to get intimacy back in the relationship. After all, intimacy in a relationship is what human-beings crave, it’s a basic need that must be met for any relationship to succeed.
So let’s look at some of the various types of intimacy we will seek with our partners.
Intimacy in Love & Romance
Intimate relationships serve a great purpose in our human experience and existence. When we talk about being intimate in a romantic relationship, we often associate it to physical intimacy, but physical intimacy is just one form of intimacy.
Intimacy is a process whereby we feel truly seen, heard & known by and connected to, our God, partner or on a more basic level, to a group; and this can manifest in many ways. When the emotion of romance is blended with the feelings of love and the joys of physical intimacy, then this can be GENIUS.
To create the ultimate, a great sense of commitment and fidelity is required. For a good intimate, love relationship to be a success, it requires work and one cannot achieve success in anything unless one applies the necessary ingredients of commitment, desire, and most of all HARD WORK…
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Acceptance, Non-attachment and Healthy Love……………….6
Non-attachment is still Caring………………..……….………………7
And it shouldn’t, anyway!
When I ask most people how they feel about the risk of infidelity, there are two main answers I usually get, although which are most common. The answers are:
1st “I worry about my partner cheating”
2nd “I trust my partner and believe he/she won’t”
At the same time, there are also very small groups who brush it off with “I just try not to think about it” or even “I wouldn’t care,” but trust me, they’re the minority, you dig…#Nsido?
The second viewpoint, “trust,” is what we uphold and sell to each other as the goal, being one of two secrets to a good and successful relationship – the other being COMMUNICATION – as strongly emphasized in the first part of this article (posted on facebook few months back).
But where does the second one get you? You’re still hanging your emotional wellbeing on someone else’s actions, and if they veer off course, you’re surrendering (or rather, denying) agency over your own happiness. And I ask, #Nsido?…answer me naw…smiles…well, never mind – I can construe your muteness.
Any Solution Aside Trust?
Yes, of course, there’s a better solution than trust!
And it’s something closer to love: “I understand what I do and do not control, that I do not control anything outside of me, and I don’t try to change that. I invest my emotional wellbeing in things I control.”
Assuming I’m on a plane as I write this, so let’s take air travel as an example.
There are two main types of air travelers:
1st Traveler: “I am afraid of flying”
2nd Traveler: “I trust that we won’t crash”
Of course, we have a few people who say “I just try not to think about it” or – the truly deranged; “I wouldn’t care if we crashed.”
Let’s take another instance on someone who’s always terrified of flying, despite being a manager in finance and having to occasionally travel for work. You know, this person starts each flight heavily self-medicated and ends each flight emotionally fatigued.
You hear them say, after each landing; “Every time I land safely, I feel like I’ve cheated death”
They’re terrified that they have no control over the situation, and her fear is really desperation for control.
But the truthful truth is, you don’t control the plane. You will never have control over the plane. And in the same sense, you will never have control over another human being! HEY! #Nsido? Don’t argue it – agreed!
A lot of people lean on this one. They point to the statistics – more people die in car accidents than plane crashes – and they reassure themselves “pilots are professionals – they do this every day.” And both of those are true, but what if hell does freeze over? What if that .000001% odd does occur?
To trust is to live in a play-pretend world believing you are special and immune to statistical risk. And maybe you are. Maybe you’re the majority.
And, more importantly, to “trust” alone is to put ourselves at more emotional risk than we need to.
Trusting alone is being over-leveraged and exposed to the heartbreak we’ll experience if it does happen. (And statistically, it could.)
Wanting it, wishing, and hoping aren’t emotional protection.
Where is “trust” going to leave you if the plane is going down, or your partner does cheat? Those subsequent moments are going to be ones of very negative emotions — probably the same ones as the worried woman next to you, except she’ll also be internally (or externally) screaming: “I knew it! I just knew it!”
I am not afraid of flying, but it’s not because I point to the statistics or necessarily even trust the pilots…my brother, a jet pilot in the Air Force, distrusts commercial pilots more than anyone I know. Quote me on this…now!
It’s because I respect the limitations of what I control (now), and I don’t let emotions (anymore) – fear included run wild with what I don’t.
I 101% trust my partner won’t cheat on me. I believe this not only from a position of belief, but rationale. In other words: she is both incredibly loyal and incredibly picky. I trust her (now). But I don’t dump my emotions into what she does.
Just like I also trust that she won’t die in a car accident after I kiss her goodbye in the morning. I believe this, but I also understand that I don’t control this, and I have emotional insurance and a contingency plan in the horrible event that it happens.
I trust. But I also don’t hang my emotional wellbeing on something that is out of my control. NO, I don’t…#Nsido?
I trust that a coffee shop is going to be open. I trust that the street light will turn GREEN – you dig that? I trust that my flight will be on time.
But if it isn’t, it doesn’t destroy me. I deal and don’t hang my emotional wellbeing on external things.
Acceptance, Non-attachment, and Healthy Love
Accept that we have no control over the situation. Look at it, stare it in the face, and say “you belong to the universe, and so do I. Neither you nor the world are my domain.” Lobatan!…#Nsido?
These are the same stance we take with our partners.
It may sound cynical or pessimistic, but it’s not.
It’s not assuming our partner will cheat. It’s still trusting they won’t while respecting that they are their own people, and not confusing our emotions with what we’re actually entitled to.
Trust for Clients – it’s the same way we treat anything else in life …GBAM! I trust that if we make them happy, our clients will want to continue working with us. But I construe that they may one day call me up and say “we’re going with someone else.” Which is not unusual – not in any way, my dear…#Nsido?
Although, it’s very disappointing – so heartbreaking, yeah. It’s fucking shitty like #Nsido? I do anything I can to avoid that happening, in my relationship with anyone (especially with my Partner-in-love) and if it does happen, to bring them back. But at the end of the day, I respect that they are running a business, and make their own decisions.
Understanding isn’t cynicism; it’s respect and care for other beings.
It’s eyes-wide-open and open-hearted and fully honest. And most importantly, it is relaxed. It is relaxed not in a denial or blind optimism or “hoping” kind of way, like “trust”, which leaves us vulnerable to being destroyed emotionally should the thing occur.
It’s looking things straight in the eye and saying “I see you for what you are, not what I wish for, and I accept you either way.”
And this is (real) LOVE. I board each flight knowing full well the risks, and not denying them, and I live my life respecting the fact that it can be taken away. I enter relationships the same way now – NO FEAR of the unknown! Know this, fear of the unknown causes unnecessary distrust and gives room for unexpected heart problems – so why give room for it in the first place, #Nsido?
Remember, there are so many things you cannot change, and LIFE OCCURRENCES are just one of these things, followed by human beings. That reminds me what my younger sibling said some years (2002 to be precise) back while I was trying to scold her for doing something (that she was somehow used to) I thought was wrong in the house. After our Mum’s interference, I just looked at her and said; “you’d better change now before you move to your adulthood (which was just few more years to)…” and instantaneously, she replied me in a joking, but serious tone thus; “why or rather how should I change when I’m not a cloth?” Honestly, to me then, that was not just a response, but a very strong (sharp) WORD from a girl of 15! Even our Mom was shocked (to hear that from her) I turned back to face her with a straight-face question, thus I retorted; “Bidemi, what do you mean you’re not a cloth, so you can not change or what?” and now with laughter, she explained; “shey eyin o mo wipe aso ni eyan le paro, won kii n paro iwa. Nitori pe, eefin ni, no matter how you try to cover it up, o maa ru jade shaa nii, so my lovely brother, you cannot change nature, you can only adjust your ways. However, I’m sorry for my actions.”
Lesson learned from my little Sister! A lot will happen in this life (that we cannot change) and in most cases lots of disappointments, put-downs, heartbreaks, betrayal, backstabbing et al by our loved ones – even the ones we trusted most and least expected any of these things from, and we feel so bad and at times try to change them, but the truth is that we just can’t, hence so many end up in a seemingly worse situation (health-wise and otherwise) they never expected, just because they have trusted and put their lives on someone / something so much as if their lives depend on them, that when these things (put-downs) occur, they find themselves at a crossroad? …#Nsido? (why?), They have trusted so much that they never believed they could be let down by them, let alone prepare for it! Talking from EXPERIENCE here – and experience they say “is the best teacher”! In other words, I have learnt lots of lessons in relationship – still in the process though.
I am independent of my partner. And so, my emotional wellbeing is independent of her actions (now).
7. Non-attachment is still Caring
I would obviously care if my plane went down. I would care if my partner cheated. I would still be afraid if we crashed, and hurt if my partner cheated, but the difference is that, rationale would kick in and remind me, “my partner is her own person, on her own journey. You don’t control her. The only thing you have control over is your own response.”
It’s understanding the domain of our control, the limits to the authority of our emotions, and where to hang our wellbeing. Understanding and respecting the limitations of our control.
We are responsible for our own wellbeing, and we should hang our wellbeing on the thing we control , which is our MINDSET!
We let the rest exist with ACCEPTANCE, which is the same as LOVE.
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The two major obstacles to success and achievement are “fear” & “doubt”.
This is why the average number of times that people try to achieve a new goal is less than one. As soon as they think of the goal, these fears and doubts overwhelm them and like a bucket of water on a small fire, extinguish their desire completely.
Here’s my candid advise, this 2017, try all you can to replace these negative emotions of “FEAR” and “SELF-DOUBT” with positive emotions of “COURAGE” and “SELF-CONFIDENCE” only then can you achieve your goal(s) with unexpected speed.
Reference Quote: “The person interested in #SUCCESS has to learn to view FAILURE as a healthy, inevitable part of the process of getting to the TOP.” – Joyce Brothers
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I wonder why I’ve not seen/heard anyone talked about this.
I was going to Obalende from Ikorodu recently and I saw a lady inside the bus… And I was like omg!!!
Wow! What a very naturally and stunningly beautiful fair a lady!
Hey! Please get this, I can still remember vividly how many fair women I have dated (in the past) just with lesser fingers-count…so, I really do not admire them as much as dark ladies. Black is beauty, most agreed!
But, reverse was the case with this fair and naturally beautiful a female Conductor as she possesses a beauty to behold!
Oh! Remembering the title of this write-up, I beg you permit me to say; despite, my strong self-believe and pride, (that which I think in every man, there is) I admire, love and respect women a lot. Especially the ones like the beautiful Lady (Conductor) that I saw in that TATA Bus.
Now, get my message clearly, I am not condemning her or her job. I seriously appreciate hard-working and courageous women, because, my Mum is one.
I like more, women, especially young ladies from this planet…and generation, who are always ready to go out of their ways – shame shame and do other kind of jobs/works, to earn living and become someone in life, rather than selling their bodies or stealing to survive…with silly excuses.
I want to believe you all know how hard these Conductors (Agbero/Ape’ro) work, and loudly they have to shout to get passengers in their respective Buses?
How much sweat, how dirty and rough the bulk of them look?
Well, I know you would say; “after all, they’re at work” yes they are, but don’t you also have one you do?
Is that how you look at your own work place too…oh, you say?
Anyway, that is not my point. I ran after the moving bus, (you know as e dey go for we Lasgidi nah…) for which I was hearing different Lagos ‘tarmac’ slangs like: “Ketu, Ojota, Anthony, Oshodi Eko” repeatedly.
Note: I’d intended joining the LAMATA “Blue” Bus, initially.
The voice was this sweet thick voice of a young lady, but I never noticed well, because she was backing me while I hurriedly hopped in the bus, so I don’t miss it…that na we lasgidi way o, and we don dey used to am sha, agreed (tough, I’m tired of it already, I can’t wait to get a good ride as soon as possible by the grace of God.)
Hmmm…my mouth was left ajar, upon seeing the “face” ‘before’ the “Back” I saw while jumping into the bus. I felt even sadder when she got to my side while collecting fares from the Passengers.
My goodness!!! I interjected. You just needed to see how charmingly beautiful she looks…she’s in her early twenties, I guess. Young you say, right?
Yes, what a young, hard-working, ambitious she must be too, I assume!
Meanwhile, the first question that came to my mind was; “why chose to be an “Agbe’ro” (Conductor) amongst other better jobs for a young and very beautiful girl like her around?
Only then, did I remember that, there’s no good job (lack of employment) in the country.
And the few that are available are base on man-know-man, kick-backs (males) and “let’s meet at ‘Scratch My Back I Scratch Yours’ Hotel” (females). Hmm.
Worst still, Sex Hawking, Fraud and Robbery and obviously, she “the Conductor” prefers what she’s doing to any of the aforementioned! Hmm.
Perhaps, she’s only protecting her body for her future husband, amidst the alarming rate of lack employment, ever-growing rate of prostitution; which has been repackaged with different names like: “Olosho,” “Runs Girls” etc…even though all of us know sey asewo (sex-hawker, otherwise referred to by me as Body/Dignity Trader) na asewo. What a life! Sister, that is God’s Temple you are trading for money that can not bring you true HAPPINESS in life. So get it right!
Throughout the journey, I was just staring at this young lady, definitely not lusting after her body, but appreciating her courage and strong spirit, while simultaneously appreciating her natural glowing beauty, despite the stress and sweats all over her, couple with the deformity in nature and character and look from the “job,” imagining the amount of “GREATNESS” in her and feeling pity for her…hmm.
That moment, I prayed to God: “Oh Lord please, regardless, do not allow this “beauty” waste away and make her ” destiny Helper” start locating her starting from that moment in Jesus Name.”
Immediately after solemnly rendering the prayers to God on her behalf, I remembered one of my favorite quotes and ‘take-serious’ beliefs in life, which is; “every encounter/meeting in this life is divine and for a very good purpose, either God wants you to gain/learn something from that person or the person from you.” – King Joseph
Just then! It occurred to me that, I could also be one of the destiny Helpers she needs in life, hence I decided to give her my complementary Card, (upon alighting from the bus), I asked her to please give me a call whenever she feels like changing her kind of job for better offer…
Although, I asked myself if I have that capacity to help her out of such job “bus conductor”, in which so many women, both old and young have ‘unwanted-ly’ (add it to your dictionary) found themselves doing, just to survive the increasing hardship in this country.
But, something kept convincing me that I could do it…through my “Connections” et al, even if I am not (financially) in that position to assist/help her. So, I took a step towards changing her “job” for her…
Here, I end this part of the story.
However, with this new trend of our young women resolving into conducting for commuters, some driving Keke NAPEP, and even Danfo, they may start loosing more values in out society, amongst host of other demerits like unsettled home et al, if the general Public and our government really do not look into it as soon as possible. And come to think of it, from the look of things, our government seem to be pleased with this unheard-of menace, seeing their women/mothers engaging themselves in such men-like works.
I thought they say when you empower women, you safe a Nation?
Then why our government neglecting this fact and forcing our women to do works like these in a country like ‘Nigeria’? This should be entirely discouraged! It won’t help change anything better!
Yeah! Our Celebrities and concerned Nigerians are trying their best by coming up with and introducing lots of “Women Empowerment” programs, workshops, seminars and even entertainment events to further enhance the chances of saving our Nation. Like they say; “Empower a Woman, Safe a Nation!” – Anonymous.
“Empower the young, especially the female ones, secure the Future.” – King Joseph.
PLEASE, I AM SOLICITING FOR OUR WOMEN, WE NEED MORE EMPOWERMENT (with selfless criteria…the ones for all to benefit from) PROGRAMS in our SOCIETY!
Personally, I do not think they belong to such labor market.
Time for our Churches, Mosques, more Celebrities, Elites, Politicians, Federal Ministries, Commissions, Federal Government, State Governments, Local Government and Wards, NGOs, able Individuals and all Concerned Nigerians to put up women empowerment programs more, quarterly or even annually (to start with), to take our women off the streets vice versa.
To be continued…
GOD BLESS OUR WOMEN!
GOD BLESS OUR MOTHERS!!
GOD BLESS NIGERIA!!!
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Hence, one of the many reasons I am in love with and would always appreciate, celebrate and pray for Dr Mike Adenuga, not because he’s a Nigerian alone, but because he’s proven to be a patriotic One with his people at heart, despite being a Business Man.
Dr Mike Adenuga has indeed shown his self to be a true Son of this country and an African with the only mission to BETTER LIVES (Nigerians/Africans) and CELEBRATE with even “MORE” REWARD for THEM still.
He’s distinguished his self from these kinds of rich men and self-Leaders that fill up the highest SPACES in this country and africa at large…
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God bless you more, Sir.
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At last! The thought of this network of “alarubarika” after a deep thought of a better SIM to buy came to me, so, I hurriedly went outside again to buy GLO SIM card, registered and activated…sighs, what a great relieve!
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WHO IS MIKE ADENUGA?
Adenuga means different things to different people; he is a Husband, Father, team Leader, role Model, Destinies Helpers, an Entrepreneur, etc.
Dr Mike Adenuga Jr was given birth to by Juliana Oyindamola Adenuga (Nee Onashile of Okesopin, Ijebu Igbo) is a business woman of royal Ijebu descent.on April 29, 1953 is the Nigerian Chairman Chief Executice Officer of Globacom. He is considered the richest man in Oyo State.
Oloye Adenuga, a school Teacher, his father
Adenuga ascend to wealth and associated popularity is an interesting story. His resolve to succeed despite all odds started when, while in United states of america, he worked as a taxi cab driver and security guard to support himself at university.
Mike Adenuga was born on April 29, 1953, Michael Adeniyi Isola Adenuga got his secondary school education at the Ibadan Grammar School, Ibadan, Oyo State, before proceeding to the North-Western University in Oklahoma and Pace University, New York, both in the usa where he studied business administration.
At age 26, Adenuga became a millionaire with connections in high places. With his unique flair for risks and absolute tenacity of purpose, quickly he started making profits in billions of dollars. He is the owner Equitorial Trust Bank and Consolidated Oil, which performs crude oil drilling, refining along with marketing.
His 1st shot into the consciousness of Nigerians was when his company, Consolidated Oil became the first indigenous company to strike crude in December 1991. He lately venture into the telecommunications market. With his Communications Investment Limited, CIL, he was issued a conditional licence in 1999 and frequencies to operate the Global System of Mobile Communications (GSM). The licence was later revoked. Once again, when in 2002, the government through the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), organised new auction for the GSM licence, the CIL participated and was one of the four that won the bid. He paid the $20 million mandatory deposit.
However, in the process of effecting the release of the balance payment of $265 million, the corporation was adjudged to have failed to pay within stipulated time. CIL lost both the licence and $20 million deposit. He later went on to bid for the Second National Operator (SNO) licence, and deposited another $20 million. This time around, he was lucky.
He won the bid in August 2002 through his Globacom Limited. The SNO has a wider range of operations as Globacom has the right to operate as a national carrier, operate digital mobile lines, serve as international gateway for telecommunications in the country and operate fixed wireless access phones.
Adenuga’s estate business and company shares traverse several countries in Western European countries, North America and the Middle-East.
Dr Michael Adeniyi Isola Adenuga
So, I say, Dr Mike Adenuga, THANK and God bless YOU, SIR!
GLOWORLD, Thank You and continue Ruling!!
GOD BLESS NIGERIA / AFRICA!!!
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A new research has shown that the p*nis will not function properly without the presence of a particular vitamin in the body.
Improve your p*nis performance and sexual stamina with one supplement.
Not being able to get it up is a common problem, but it means you could be suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED).
We all know that popping a little blue pill works as an antidote for a floppy penis but you might actually be lacking a natural erection-boosting nutrient.
Lads with low levels of the sunshine are more likely to have penis performance issues, as getting more vitamin D can boosts your erection and performance between the sheets.
ED affects half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70, but researchers from the University of Milan in Italy found that having a vitamin D deficiency can increase your risk of erection issues.
The team tested 143 erectile dysfunction sufferers and discovered nearly half of them had low levels of the sunshine vitamin and only a fifth had optimal levels.
Men with the most extreme cases of ED had 24% less vitamin D than lads with mild erection problems.
But this wasn’t the only study to notice a link between trouble getting it up and the natural nutrient.
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University studied 3,400 healthy Americans and those who had a vitamin D deficiency were nearly a third more likely to have issues with getting hard.
Study author Dr. Erin Michos said: “Vitamin D deficiency is easy to screen for and simple to correct with lifestyle changes that include exercise, dietary changes, vitamin supplementation and modest sunlight exposure.
“Checking vitamin D levels may turn out to be a useful tool to gauge ED risk. The most relevant clinical question then becomes whether correcting the deficiency could reduce risk and help restore erectile dysfunction.”
If boosting your erection wasn’t reason enough to stock up on vitamin D, health officials advised today that everyone should be swallowing the supplements in autumn and winter.
You can get a little bit of vitamin D from foods like oily fish, eggs and cereals but for most people the bulk of their vitamin D comes from sunlight.
But since it’s dark towards the end of the year, scientists have now suggested everyone over the age of one should be getting 10 micrograms of vitamin D every day to protect bone and muscle health.
Dr Louis Levy told BBC Radio 4: “Previously we felt that everybody would get enough from the sunlight.
“This is a change in advice, previously we have said that babies from six months to five years should have a supplement and only those people at risk of deficiency should take a supplement.
“This is new advice based on evidence looked at over the last five years.”
But why do men need this vitamin for good penis function?
It’s because vitamin D plays a role in improving endothelial cell function and forming nitric oxide, a molecule that helps blood vessels function properly.
Nitric oxide allows blood vessels in the p*nis to relax which increases blood flow and causes an erection, so if there’s not enough it means getting stiff becomes a problem.
The blood vessels in your penis are very small, only one or two millimetres in diameter, so they can also easily get blocked by plaque caused by factors like a poor diet, lack of exercise, smoking, age or genetics.
Although it might be embarrassing you shouldn’t ignore penis problems because ED is typically linked to larger health problems.
Being unable to get hard is often a sign that your heart isn’t very healthy because poor cardiovascular health is the most common cause of ED.
Sometimes it’s also a symptom of health conditions like diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure. It can affect anyone, either as a one-off or reoccurring problem.
The penis issue, which can be psychological or physical, can also be linked with fatigue, stress, anxiety or depression.
Speaking exclusively to Dailystar.co.uk, Dr Pixie McKenna, Superdrug’s Health and Wellbeing ambassador, said: “Research has suggested that men who have low levels of Vitamin D are more likely to suffer from impotence.
“It is important to stress that this is an association and does not imply every man with ED is vitamin D deficient or vice versa.
“Supplementing Vitamin D may have much greater impact beyond the bedroom as emerging evidence suggests it has a protective role in everything from cancer to multiple sclerosis. So the sunshine vitamin is not just one for the boys.
“Diet alone won’t give you enough vitamin D so your resources need to be topped up through safe sun exposure or supplements.”
The celebrity GP added: “Your ED could be a symptom of an underlying medical issue that is yet to be diagnosed.
“If you already have a diagnosis of heart disease or diabetes make sure it is being optimally managed.
“If you haven’t had a health check for a while then book in for a screen. They are free through the NHS to the over 40s.”
King Joseph Bares His Mind On Donald Trump And His Decision In Quotes &…
Mr Adewale Joseph Olabode, otherwise known as king Joseph in the media and Nigeria Entertainment Industry on the night of 20th November, 2016 on his media platform’s twitter handle bore his mind on the United States of America’s President-elect, Donald J. Trump’s unorthodox political styles he showcased throughout the presidential campaign and often denigrated his main opponent as well as TV Hosts (the media), disabled people, Musilims, Mexicans and his decision on Immigrants.
The Founder/Chief Publicity Strategist at Success MEDIA Africa (a division of King Joseph Success World), who’s also a uprising Writer, Director of Production, Talents Manager, Content Provider, Project Manager, Orator, Human Rights Activist, amongst others also talks about the benefits Nigeria as a Nation stands to gain from Donald J. Trump’s decision to send Nigerians in the US back home.
In some of his tweets tonight, he lauded and analyzed Trump’s courage and his real self and lifestyles he displayed during and after the presidential campaign.
Some of the tweets (partially edited) below:
“All of Donald Trump’s unorthodox political styles et al, which he showcased during the presidential campaign mean that he doesn’t want to play politics the usual way. I guess.” – King Joseph
“As far as I am concerned, Donald Trump seem to be too real for Hypocrites and selfish and corrupt politicians. Fact!” – King Joseph
“Donald Trump, I shall really love, appreciate you and respect your personality more if you truly would carry out your decision of sending them back home.” – King Joseph
“Donald Trump and I pray God grant you that courage to do the rightful. Send them back home, but please, safe them from deportation 😂😂
“IT IS TIME!
Nigeria needs to be fully developed. We’ve got it! We’re divinely blessed with both human and natural resources, so WTF?
King Joseph during an online interview tonight after the tweets, has this to say:
“Let them all go back home and contribute to the growth and development of their own country/continent (Nigeria/Africa) as well. Enough is enough! Sebi won nii, ile l’abo simi oko, dem wan die for foreign lands?
I want to strongly believe that, Donald Trump’s emergence as the President-elect of the United States of America is not a coincidence. And one of the reasons is to ignorantly help us as Nigerians/Africans renovate our houses, amongst other decisions that he’ll unconsciously be helping us with if we reason well as One Nation and people greatly blessed with divine intelligence, wisdom and understanding.
However, it has been revealed that, before and during the presidential campaign, king Joseph has been a close follower of Donald Trump on social media, especially facebook, twitter and instagram and has been keeping a close tab on him, but has decided to wait in expectation of him winning the election before picking up his online pen.
NIGERIANS/AFRICANS, IT IS TIME
TO WAKE UP!
TO BE WISELY SMART & ACT FAST!!
TO THINK OF SECURING OUR FUTURE NOW!!!”
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