This girl believes she has nothing to hope for in life again and as such should take her revenge on other weak souls. What is your take on this please ?, Clearly from her story telling she was a victim and an innocent one for that matter. What advice will you give her, she is only 19 years of age and a 2nd year uni student. Is life truely over for her since she is infected? Read her story below..

 The whole Kenya Scandals team was set on tubulence when this girls story came to light. According to her Facebook page not a pseudo account, her opening clause goes as follows.

“i see you people exposing scandals i also have a big one to tell just dont expose my name” 

Ensuring her identity remained protected she continued telleing Kenya Scandals;

”im 19 and a 2nd year here at Kabarak Uni,i joined this college a virgin though ive had boyfriends before,my parents are strict so having sex was never on my mind. Sep 22nd 2013 is a day ill never forget,we went clubbing in town and got drunk with some senior students then went back hostels for party round 2, i rem less but i rem waking up naked to some guy called Javan with my P painful n new he had sex with me when drunk i only asked if he used a condom n he said yes,however when taking bath i noticed sperms down there,i wanted to commit suicide,i feared getting pregnant n HIV,took contras n hoped i was HIV free,in November i tested HIV posted,i felt like cutting off my neck,i confronted that guy and he insisted he was clean that i got it from somewhere, i was so depressed and took alcohol to die,i even bought poison,the pain was just unbearable how was i gone face the world,i let my parents down,i gave up on the world and just wanted to end my life”  

”something came up in my mind that i should revenge,i hated men and didn’t want to be near any,my future had been ruined,somehow someone had to pay,after private therapies and sessions i gained strenght not even my parents,friends new of my conditions even up to now,my life would then take a turn and depend on ARVs. I accepted my fate and promised to make all men i come across suffer,i know im attractive and men both married n unmarried chases me left right and center,luckily my body has remained good and if anything my curves got better something you men like. I buried the good girl in me and became the bad girl,my goal was to infect as many as possible so far since Dec up to now i have infected 324 men and i make sure to note down there list which i secretly keeps when ill be on my death bed i will release it. I know i have nothing left to do on earth but wait for my death but before i do,men will get it. My target is over 2k by the end of the year,pregnancy is out of question im on contras so i just do raw which most men here love they dont even question,my looks and body works greatly for me,i give it good. Of the 324 about 156 are students here at the college,the ret are married men outside,lecturers,lawyers,some celebs and 3 politician. Not a day passes without me having sex,mostly 4 people per day” she continues to reveal her shocking confession exclusively to Kenya Scandals.

She goes to conclude,

”i know this story will get people talking but nothing will stop me from accomplishing my mission by continuing to sleep around,you never know but maybe you have slept with me or your husband,boyfriend,brother,father or any has slept with me and i never allow condom go have HIV test and for those who haven’t and here in Nakuru or outside,your day is coming,you men destroyed my life and i will make you and your people pay for it. I don’t have any regrets at all,im gone for now,i have had one today and got two more men lined up to receive it” she daringly accomplish her confession to Kenya Scandals.

It is with all hope she stop her revenge. Life is not over for her with all medical advances she could a pleasant life with all the roses it has to offer. May God apeace her soul.

Chocking: The 42 Year Old Man Rapped His Daughter Twice Because A Spirit Told Him To…..!!

 Pedro Anegbe 42-year-old father, confess before an Ebute Meta Magistrate’s Court that he was told to rape his fifteen year old daughter by a spirit. And added this was for the purpose of getting a job. Infact he claimed a voice ordred him to rape his girl shortly after he lost his job and was idle at home.

According to Punch report, he stated the followings:

“I am actually living with my wife and three children. I have two girls and a boy. She is my first born. I have had sex with her just two times. The first was on January 27, 2014. But I cannot remember the date of the second one.”

Narating how it all started, he added, 

“I did it because I thought it was God talking to me, but later I knew it was an evil spirit. The voice said I needed power. To get the power, the voice said I must damage some things.

“I started destroying the clutch and brake of the vehicle I was given to drive. Then the voice told me I should stop delivering money to the owner of the vehicle after each day’s work. I stopped and I was sacked.
“I became idle after I lost my job. The voice came again, saying I should have sex with my daughter or else I would not get another job. That was why I slept with her.”

Alarming …! despite his admission, the defendant still pleaded not guilty to the rape charge. Also requesting the court to let his case be tried at the High Court. The magistrate, Olanrewaju Olatunji said,

“You have confessed that you raped your daughter, why then did you still say you were not guilty of the crime after the charge was read to you? Don’t you understand the charge or what is the problem?”

“I am just forcing myself to talk, because the voice said I should not say anything,”

Lol…at the magistrate…!

Horrific: A man cuts a human’s head for a promise to travel abroad

I dont know how far this story is true, but from rumour, a brother murdered his other brother for a promise of a better life in the western world. Infact rumour says he was asked to bring his brother’s head if he was to travel, ironically, when the stupid lad did, he was told to eat the head…. what a world we live in…!!! I dont get why people still fall for this stupid expensive, and diabolic pranks. Lord have Mercy on us

The Lost Boy: Arif’s Story; As told by Alice Farmer, children’s rights researcher

This photo shows two asylum-seeking boys standing on a staircase as they are detained at Belawan Immigration Detention Center in September 2012

I was disturbed by this story when reading it on, these boys or rather children are from various nationalities; their story shows they are resilient and brave in finding their path in such  remarkable journeys alone. Read on please….

A story as told by Alice Farmer, children’s rights researcher

I met Arif, a 16-year-old boy from Afghanistan, in a Pizza Hut near Jakarta, Indonesia. He dressed neatly, with his hair carefully slicked back. He held himself with confidence, dressed in a pressed, white t-shirt, but beneath the exterior I saw a boy who lived thousands of miles away from his family, who had risked his life repeatedly for safety and opportunity.
We were meeting to discuss Arif’s experiences while locked up in Indonesia’s immigration detention system. But his story began when, at 15, he borrowed $7,000 from his oldest brother, who lived in Australia, to hire smugglers to sneak him out of Afghanistan and into Indonesia. He ultimately planned to join his brother in Australia, where he hoped to claim asylum, go to school and build a new life.
Over pizza, Arif told me about his first attempt to reach Australia by boat. This part of his story would not go well, I knew. Inevitably, the stories I hear from so many of the boys I interview – my boys, as I think of them – involve harrowing events.
Each year, a growing number of asylum-seeking and refugee children—primarily from Afghanistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka, and Burma— enter Indonesia in search of safer lives. Their numbers have risen each year over the last five years – a total of about 2,000 by this year. The families of some of these children, often teenage boys like Arif, sent them off in the hope they would find a safer place, but it means they take this dangerous journey by themselves. More than 1,000 unaccompanied children like Arif entered Indonesia in 2012. Yet Indonesia does not help these children find safe housing or enter school, and they often end up either in immigration detention – where they can be held for up to 10 years – or fending for themselves.
In detention, children are housed in overcrowded conditions with adults they don’t know, and some aren’t allowed to go outside their building for weeks or months. Some have been beaten by guards or watched others being beaten. They may have one toilet for scores of people, inadequate food, and the buildings may flood during the rainy season. Indonesia has no refugee law, so these children can’t live there legally, which often means they can’t attend school or build a future.
Half-way through the 15-day boat journey to Australia – a voyage on which hundreds of children perish each year – Arif’s ship began to sink in the Indian Ocean. He and the other passengers were rescued by a passing cargo ship and returned to Indonesia, where Arif was locked up in immigration detention. Even though he was 15, he shared a cell with adult men. When he tried to escape, Arif said, the guards beat him in the center’s courtyard, hitting and kicking his back, face, and ribs, while other detainees, including a 7-year-old Iranian boy, watched.
He was moved to another detention facility. Afraid of what could happen to him, he bribed the guard with $400 to let him out.
Once again, Arif paid a smuggler to put him on a boat to Australia. This time, he almost died. The boat slowly sank, and most of the passengers drowned. Arif survived by clinging for three days to the boat’s side, crawling higher as the boat sank lower. Three days without food. Three days without water. He was eventually rescued and returned to Indonesia, where he now lives in a shelter run by a non-governmental organization.
I have interviewed many boys who, like Arif, are traveling alone. They are often their family’s last hope – their parents sell off their last piece of land or borrow money to help them flee the violence or poverty of their homelands. They are resilient and brave, undertaking these remarkable journeys alone. They also carry a heavy weight on their shoulders – they know the sacrifices their family made to send them into safety, and they are desperate to make good on their opportunities, no matter how slim.
I get angry just thinking about the treatment these boys receive in Indonesia. It’s not just that they’re locked up and treated badly. It’s also that these kids have so much riding on finding a home and a job, and so much potential.
It would not cost Indonesia much to give them a couple of years of education and a place to sleep. These boys would do nothing but work hard, pay taxes, and send money home. They would be such an asset to any country.
I grew up living in London with American parents, and have the luxury of being able to work in the United States and the United Kingdom as well as other European Union countries. It’s the opposite experience of so many, who have to struggle for the right to be anywhere.
I began working with refugees in law school. At the time, it was a pragmatic decision. I had a summer grant to do public interest work, and the grant was bigger if I went abroad, so I went to the Balkans. After graduation I took a job with the US Department of Justice, where I worked on asylum and torture cases, then was hired by the UN Refugee Agency.
While at the refugee agency in Liberia, I learned on a deeper level how much someone’s identity is shaped by belonging to a place. Being from two different countries, I was conscious of belonging to two places while also not completely belonging to either. There, I came face-to-face with people who felt forced to flee the places where they were deeply rooted. They left everything behind and were rarely welcomed into any country.
Their kids face the same issues, but at a crucial point in their development. Kids in my own world worry about what schools they’ll attend, but the boys I interview will be lucky if they ever go back to school. I know kids who can’t make it to school without a lift. By comparison, one of my boys, who traveled from Iran to reach the European Union, got frostbite on his feet crossing mountains.
Although he is now living in relative freedom, Arif could be rearrested by Indonesian authorities at any time. He received refugee status from the United Nations, but Indonesia has no asylum laws. This means that although he has this certificate from the United Nations saying he’s a refugee, the Indonesian government doesn’t recognize it. While there, Arif will always be in peril of being locked up, detained, abused, and neglected.
Yet some of my boys have made it to the other side. One went to England from Afghanistan at age 14 knowing little English and having studied only at Koranic schools. Three years later, he was only one year behind his English classmates and taking high-level math classes. Another fled Côte d’Ivoire for Malta. When I asked him about the main issue he had in immigration detention, it was that he couldn’t pursue his métier, French for passion or profession, which was football (soccer). The next time I saw him, Malta’s national football team had offered him a contract to play for them.
Arif told me that he’s going to take another boat to Australia. He feels he has so few options in Indonesia that he needs to try again, despite the dangers of the perilousjourney. I hope he makes it. He’s bound to make a success of himself in Australia if he arrives safely

CHOCKING STORY: Mother is six months pregnant with her son’s child

After falling on love with another which resulted in a pregnancy, mother and son now want to marry
“Look, I strove alone to send my son to school and no one helped me. Now you see that my son is working and you accuse me of doing something wrong. Let me enjoy the products of my sweat,” the pregnant mother flaunted before local authorities.

Mbereko (40), from Mwenezi in Masvingo, a widowed for 12 years ago now, has been cohabiting with her first child, Farai Mbereko (23). She confirms that she is six months pregnant and has decided it is better to “marry” her son because she does not want to marry her late husband’s young brothers, whom she says are coveting her.
The village court was throwned in chock last week when the woman revieled the affair with her son had begun three years earlier. According to her statement, after spending a lot of money sending Farai to school following the death of her husband, she felt she had a right to his money and no other woman was entitled to it.
Farai said he was more than prepared to marry his mother and would pay off the ilobola balance his father had left unpaid to his grandparents. “I know my father died before he finished paying the bride price and I am prepared to pay it off,” he said.
“It is better to publicize what is happening because people should know that I am the one who made my mother pregnant. Otherwise they will accuse her of promiscuity.”
But local headman Nathan Muputirwa says: “We cannot allow this to happen in our village, this is a bad omen indeed. In the past they would have to be killed but today we cannot do it because we are afraid of the police.” He passed a warning to both advicing to brake off their marriage or leave the village immediately.
Supprisingly the mother and son proved they have no remous for their action by deciding to choose the advice  and have left the village for an unknown destination.

Human Parts Seller Arrested in Abeokuta

MEMBERS of the Oodua Peoples Congress, in Abeokuta, said they have arrested a suspected human parts seller, Yemi Odun, with some fresh human parts in Aro community, opposite Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Aro, Abeokuta.

Odun, 24, was said to have been nabbed following a tip off by residents of the area who were said to be suspicious of his movement.
Speaking with Vanguard, the State Treasurer of OPC , Wahab Moruf, said nemesis caught up with the suspect, when the officials of the body stormed the hideout located within the community in an abandoned building where he allegedly carried out the operation in conjunction with some of his gang members who were said to be at large.
According to him, the suspect attempted to run away when we wanted to arrest him, but luck ran against him, and further search revealed a number of human bones and parts.
“The suspect and other members of the gang usually disguised as lunatics while committing the crime.
“That is the reason why the gang decided to have their hideout in the abandoned building which is adjacent to the Neuro-PsychiatricHospital
When Vanguard visited the Ogbe unit office of the OPC in Abeokuta, the suspect was found with exhibits comprising fresh and dried human bones.
The suspect on interrogation, said he was a bus conductor and only sleeps in the abandoned building.
However, as at the time of this report, authority of Oodua Peoples Congress, OPC, said the security agents had been contacted for onward transfer of the suspect.

A 49 year old man rapes daughter and grand-daughter

Shocking news: A 49-year-old truck driver has been arrested for allegedly raping his seven year-old daughter and his 12months-old granddaughter. Sylvester Ehijere: the suspect in this case,  disvirgined these two girls at his home address:13 Kolawole Street, Ejigbo. According to what  a South African Cardinal said, paedophilia is an illness and not a crime. What do you think? is this a crime or an illness? Because to me it is worst than a crime….

According to the Police Public Relations Officer statement: Ngozi Braide, the suspect’s wife reported  the crime to the Ejigbo Police Division. 

“The suspect’s wife, Margeret, alleged that she kept her granddaughter who is 15 months old with her nanny and when she returned home, she noticed that the baby was crying. Says Ngozi.

“On inspecting her body, she noticed blood stains at her private part. When she asked what happened, her seven-year-old daughter said it was her dad that did it.”Says Ngozi.

she added;

“The daughter also alleged that he had raped her on numerous occasions. The children were later taken to Isolo General Hospital where it was confirmed that they had indeed been disvirgined.”

Charlyboy mourns the gruesome death of cousin

Viewer discretion is strongly advised

On March 12. Charlyboy announced not only the abduction of his cousin via twitter, but he also confirmed he was eventually killed by his abductors. Emeka Aseme, was a business tycoon and a hotelier. His body was found in a bush path with eyes, sexual organs and others all exposed externally. Few days ago, Charlyboy posted a picture of the lifeless body of his cousin Emeka and even offered his apologies for the disturbing image. This picture clearly shows the brutality in which Emeka was subjected to. Five hired suspects assassins were arrested following this incident. More picture after the cut…Viewer discretion strongly advised please….

Charlyboy reacted by saying:

 “I have never seen a thing like this since I grew up in Oguta. This is extreme barbarism. How can a man be so callous to his fellow man to the extent of removing different parts of his body until he finally gave up? This is unheard of. What is this country turning to? What era is this? As far as I know, no evil doer will go unpunished. Every evil committed by man to man must surely be redressed, if not now, certainly later, if not by man, then by God, for the victory of evil over good is temporary. We are waiting for the outcome of police investigation. After then, we will take the campaign to Oguta. We must agitate for peace. The peace that has eluded us must be returned. We are not known for this.”

Charly boy, born Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa is a Nigerian singer/songwriter, television presenter, publisher, producer and one of Nigeria’s most controversial entertainers, best known for his maverick lifestyle, biker style, political views, and his television productions, most notably The Charly Boy Show. He has been president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, and in 2011 an Idol Series judge.