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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Love gone sour: The experiences of Ghanaian women and men

There are various kinds of love but the ones that have been subject of
discussions and contentions are the Eros and Pragma. Eros which is the
love of the body is mainly based on sexual attraction. Pragma which is
a second kind of love is a long standing love. It's the everlasting
love between married couple which develops over a long period of time.

Most Ghanaian men and women often at times get confused as to whether
love in the romantic sense is something that happens instantaneously
or if it's something that's established through an extensive period of
time. The answer is that love can develop instantaneously but it needs
to be established and that where the element of process comes in. You
can fall in love in an instant but in order to stand in love you must
look at love as a means to an end and not an end in itself.
Ghana is a very conservative nation. Christianity, Islam and
traditional religion have certain dogmas that have shaped the Ghanaian
society as far as love in romantic sense is concerned. These religious
creeds often convey upon its adherent and the society at large the
need for Ghanaians to limit their expressions and experiences of love
in it romantic form.

Often, the believers of these religious dogmas are completely
forbidden to express their love for those they have natural attraction
and affinity for.
However these religious dogmas often at times ignore the fact that for
marriages to be possible, certain level of attraction between a man
and woman must be achieved. It is nearly impossible for a person to
marry someone who does not spark any feeling of attraction in him or
her. This attraction however must be pure in its absolute nature and
must be free of the fruit of sin which is lust. Lust can lead to many
unforeseen challenges.

No one man or woman can marry himself or herself. That is sologamy and
it's a foreign culture to us. That's why love must be pursued to its
logical conclusion. God knew that it's not good for a man to be alone.
That's why he created a woman to complete the circle of love. There is
however an emerging trend in the concept of love which has become a
norm of the day.
This trend is what we might call love materialism. It is love
established on socio-cultural, political and financial circumstances
of the parties concerned. This phenomenon kills the spirit of love. It
is one of the primary reasons that account for the increasing rate of
divorce and separation in marriages in Ghana today. Love must be pure.
It must not be established on materialism, on the level of success one
achieves nor on the status of an individual but rather on virtuous
principles. It must be based on principles such as selflessness,
humility, respect, forgiveness, patient, trust and on all other
virtues worth emulating.

With high rate of divorce and separation in modern day Ghana, it is
paramount for us as a people to understand what true love is and we
must know that only true love can unite two souls. Love in its purest
form looks beyond the weaknesses of others. The book of Hosea in the
bible gives us a classical example of how a faithful husband loves his
unfaithful wife.
It's a book we must all make reference to in our quest to find true
love. Irrespective of the flaws in marriages, it's necessary for love
to prevail. The book of Song of Songs in the bible also gives quite
extensive metaphoric and direct expression concerning romantic love.

Let us understand that the ability of Islam and Christianity to find a
way to resolve the high rate of divorce and separation in marriages in
Ghana lies in the true understanding of love in it romantic form.
Romantic love is never a worldly, satanic nor sinful but it's a
concept the bible talks about extensively so does the Quran.

--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

30 Most Hilarious Quotes & Facts About Women - GUYS isn't It TRUE ๐Ÿ˜‚

There are two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither works.
- Will Rogers

Scientists now believe that the primary biological function of breasts
is to make men stupid.
- Dave Barry

The only reason I'd ever get a sex change operation is to see what
it's like to be right all the time.
- Brian @JustASmirk

Women have more imagination than men. They need it to tell us how
wonderful we are.
- Arnold H. Glasow

Women are like diesel engines. And what I mean by that is it may take
a little while to get 'em warmed up, but once you do, they can run a
long, long time. Whereas, men, on the other hand, men are more like
bottle rockets.
- Jeff Foxworthy

Men are simpler than you imagine my sweet child. But what goes on in
the twisted, tortuous minds of women would baffle anyone.
- Daphne du Maurier

Feminine intuition is a fiction and a fraud. It is nonsensical,
illogical, emotional, ridiculous, and practically foolproof.
- Harry Haenigsen

The problem with life is, by the time you can read women like a book,
your library card has expired.
- Milton Berle



When my wife says she'll be ready in 5 minutes, I know I have just
enough time to fly to space and write a poem on the moon before we go.
- Mike Vanatta

A man can sleep around, no questions asked, but if a woman makes
nineteen or twenty mistakes she's a tramp.
- Joan Rivers

The secret to winning an argument with a woman: They have to be dead.
-John Betz, Jr.

Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere.
- Mae West

All pretty girls are a trap, a pretty trap, and men expect them to be.
- Tennessee Williams

To a smart girl men are no problem - they're the answer.
- Zsa Zsa Gabor

America is a land where men govern, but women rule.
- John Mason Brown

There are a number of mechanical devices which increase sexual
arousal, particularly in women. Chief among these is the Mercedes-Benz
380SL convertible.
- P. J. O'Rourke

There are only three things women need in life: food, water, and compliments.
- Chris Rock

Most women set out to try to change a man, and when they have changed
him they do not like him.
- Marlene Dietrich

I do not believe in using women in combat, because females are too fierce.
- Margaret Mead

Anyone who says he can see through women is missing a lot.
- Groucho Marx
There is no female Mozart because there is no female Jack the Ripper.
- Camille Paglia

If a woman watches a movie alone, who answers all of her questions?
- Rock @TheMichaelRock

What counts is not how many animals were killed to make the fur, but
how many animals the woman had to sleep with to get the fur.
- Angela LaGreca

I went out with a promiscuous impressionist. She did everybody.
- Jay London

God is the best inventor ever. He took a rib from a man and created a
loudspeaker.
- Anonymous

The women's movement hasn't changed my sex life. It wouldn't dare.
- Zsa Zsa Gabor

Girls are like pianos. When they're not upright, they're grand.
- Benny Hill

If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, how come they can't
have a headache and sex at the same time?
- Billy Connolly

All men are convinced that all women suffer from
Attention-To-Their-Appearance Deficit Disorder.
- Anonymous

Being a woman is a terribly difficult task since it consists
principally in dealing with men.
- Joseph Conrad

Women should be obscene and not heard.
- Groucho Marx

Women give us solace, but if it were not for women we would never need solace.
- Don Herold

A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.
- Gloria Steinem

Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half
as good. Luckily this is not difficult.
- Charlotte Whitton

The most terrifying thing any woman can say to me is "Notice anything
different?"
- Mike Vanatta

In a perfect world, all of a woman's issues could be fixed with WD-40
and duct tape.
- Jason Love

Mennicillin is a new drug for women that increases resistance to
timeworn but effective lines, like "You make me want to be a better
person."
- (Author Unknown)

I have a friend named Doris who argues, on good authority, that the
single biggest cause of global warming is menopause.
- Dave Barry

To judge from the covers of countless women's magazines,the two topics
most interesting to women are (1) Why men are all disgusting pigs, and
(2) How to attract men.
- Dave Barry

Women are definitely more interested in muscles than a sense of humor.
You will never hear a woman say, "I wish Brad Pitt would put his shirt
back on and tell some jokes."
- Dave Barry

If women were in charge of all the world's nations, there would be - I
sincerely believe this - no military conflicts, and when there WAS a
military conflict, everybody involved would feel just awful and there
would soon be a high-level exchange of notes written on greeting cards
with flowers on the front, followed by a Peace Luncheon (which would
be salads, with the dressing on the side).
- Dave Barry

Some women (and here I'm referring to my wife) can share as many as
three days' worth of feelings about an event that took eight seconds
to actually happen.
- Dave Barry

From what I understand about the female experience, the period should
be called something more drastic, like the exclamation point.
- Ruminations.com

My last girlfriend had a memory so good she could remember things that
never happened.
- Greg Tamblyn

On one issue, at least, men and women agree. They both distrust women.
- H.L. Mencken

Women aren't confusing. They're a Sudoku-Jenga-puzzle surrounded by
Rubix cubes strapped to a terrorist screaming at you in another
language
- Mike Vanatta

Women complain about sex more often than men. Their gripes fall into
two major categories: (1) Not Enough. (2) Too much.
- Ann Landers



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Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

LETTER FROM YOUR UNINVITED FRIEND - by Stefan

He promised you the world
The world is ours,he said
In the beginning,this could be us
In the end,this was us
Who could have separated us
I stared at her face
She said hi
I reluctantly replied hello
Who invited you?

She had two options
To leave or to stay
No other option than to leave
A million reasons to stay
Uninvited she came
She came for my happiness
In exchange,left behind sorrow
Accompanied by tears
Permit me to introduce myself

My name is BREAK UP
I am here to invade your beautiful relationship
Where's your happiness?
If I may ask
He took your pride?
No,you can't go back for it
Hello,once again
I didn't mean to visit you
I had no other option

You've always wanted me to leave you since I visited
Uninvited I came, uninvited I shall come again
I hope you find someone better than him
I pray he finds someone better than you
I might visit you again
Bye for now
Till we meet again


Your friend you never loved,
Break up๐Ÿ’”


By AYOOGHANA.COM writer; Stefan ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ญ

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Emergency Contraceptive Pill ( eg: Postinor 2 ); How often is too much?

A cursory look at community Pharmacies reveals that there has been a
sharp decline in the purchase of condoms over the past few years. It
appears that this decline parallels a sharp rise in the consumption of
the post-pill among sexually active women. Today is world
Contraception day, and my aim is to help young, sexually active people
to get the best out of emergency contraceptive pills.

When taken by the woman after unprotected sexual intercourse,
emergency contraceptive pills such as Postinor 2, Lydia post-pill,
Lenor, Xtivor, Potex, contra-72 among many others, reduce your chances
of getting pregnant.
The pill consists of a single tablet of 1.5 mg levonorgestrel, which
must be taken as soon as possible, preferably within 12 hours and no
later than 72 hours after unprotected intercourse.
Alternatively, some brands are made of two tablets, each containing
0.75mg levonorgestrel taken in 2 doses, 12 hours apart. The pill may
still be effective even up to 5 days after sexual intercourse, but
readers must be cautioned that its effectiveness reduces considerably
after 72 hours.
A repeat dose should be taken if vomiting occurs within three hours of
ingestion. The pills prevent pregnancy by preventing or delaying
ovulation. They may also work to prevent fertilization of an egg by
affecting the cervical mucus or the ability of sperm to bind to the
egg.

Contraceptive pills are not effective once the process of implantation
has begun, and they will not cause abortion. Common adverse effects
include nausea, vomiting, headaches, breast tenderness and irregular
bleeding. Many women will experience irregular bleeding regardless of
which brand is chosen, with the menstrual period usually occurring 1
week before or after the expected time.
As the name suggests, these pills were designed for occasional use.
Because they are less effective than other hormonal and long-acting
methods, they are not recommended as a regular method of
contraception. No current scientific data regarding the safety of
repeated use these pills are available, but current consensus suggests
the risks are low, and women can receive multiple doses where
necessary.

This begs the very question that really inspired this article-How
often is too much? The best way to deal with such controversy is to
use the drug as it was intended to be used-; occasionally. In other
words, if you find yourself using the post-pill more frequently, then
you may consider talking to a health professional about other methods
of contraception. Even though the drug has been found to be very safe
and effective, we shouldn't lose sight of the fact that safety and
efficacy studies were done in the context of how the drug should be
used.

It is difficult to put up a number on how often the pill should be
used. Arbitrarily, a frequency not exceeding 1-4 times per month has
been suggested. Considering the total quantity of levonogesterol that
one will consume in a month when using a regular daily contraception
pill, the writer recommends not more than two per cycle. This is not
to say that one should be denied a repeat dose when required. There
is, however, a caveat; The pill will eventually let you down when used
too frequently within one cycle, and will heavily disrupt your cycle.

Let me take the opportunity to deal with some myths about the
post-pill. The term morning after pill frequently used to refer to the
pill does not imply that it can be taken only in the morning. It only
means it should be taken as soon as possible after sexual intercourse.
The post-pill only prevents pregnancy. It doesn't abort an existing
pregnancy, neither does it protect you from STIs like HIV. You don't
need to wait for 72 hours after the sexual act before taking the drug.
The pill will not affect your fertility and it's safe to use in
breastfeeding mothers.

Disclaimer; this article does not attempt to answer every single
question regarding the post pill. It is also not intended to
substitute for a professional advice from your healthcare
professional. Involve your physician and Pharmacist in every
medication-related decision you want to take. As much as possible,
avoid self-medication at all cost.



--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

Monday, September 25, 2017

AYOO GHANA: Broken Trust Pt. 2

Have you ever been hurt by someone you loved?
It hurts and it scars you for life.
You thought you could trust them but they just broke it.
They took your trust and crushed it. Your love for them just
deteriorated. You thought they was the one person you could trust and
believe but, they just proved you wrong.
That messes up your head and heart.

It's like hugging a cactus with all your strength.
It hurts.
It burns.
It's an everlasting feeling.
It never goes away.
It leaves you with broken trust.
It leaves thinking that you can never love again.
Trust again.
Move again.
Or even speak again.



--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

Sunday, September 24, 2017

AYOO GHANA: Broken Trust Pt. 1

I trusted you
I loved you And what do you do….
You hurt me
You say you love me...Prove it
You say you wanna be with me...Show it
You deceived me
You cheated me
I gave you everything
You take my trust and crush it
I gave up my life Only to be hurt again
Your just like the… Like the rest of em'
Apparently, my all wasn't enough
You kill my trust….BOOM!!
My love….POW!!
My world….dead
I say I hate you
I still love you
Trust…. Trust will never be the same
Never can…. Nor never will I trust again
My hopes….Shattered My dreams….Destroyed
Never to return….again

Hazily….I come back Asking….Pleading….Crawling….Crying
Yes, you used me
Yes, you deceived me
I forgive….
Only to realize….
Maybe we're not suppose to be together
Is it fate?…. Or just broken trust?



--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

Friday, September 22, 2017

MUST READ: Kwame Nkrumah never Dies

The chorus rose to a crescendo,"Kwame Nkrumah never dies."
He has indubitably bitten the dust,but we are told he never dies.Such a socratic irony,I guess!

Today,our dear country as the tradition goes is drawn in what I describe 'a hell-for-leather debate.The politics-as-usual heated contention remains,who actually founded Ghana?NPP vrs CPP featuring NDC.They have their own answers and facts as usual.
History is being turned upside down.
It is a simple question of who founded Ghana....And the historians say it is an enigma.The lettered are either bankrupt or economical with the truth.To the politician,it is the politics of business-as-usual.The NPP for Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Day/Founders Day and the NDC for Founder's Day.
The "unintelligent public" is now enwrapped in an immutable sense of dogma.The choice is to believe what we hear without question.
For the unborn generation,the least said about them the better...History-now-turned mystery.Which of the versions are we bequeathing to the unborn ones? "Confusion has come!

Indeed,you may consider the foregoing a mickey mouse debate,but to the politician,it is a big deal.Why not?We need our past to guide us and our present to shape us....“ The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.
George Orwell

To set on foot,I am not here to bore you with history(I doubt my knowledge therein).I am neither here to tell you my position in this substantive dispute.
In fact,I am only here to encourage you to envision Nkrumah beyond this debate.I want you to know it is a himalayan blunder to catch a shadow and lose the substance.

Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah(21st September,1909-27th April,1972),Africa's Statesman of the 20th Century is simply beyond just founding Ghana. He was a very staunch Pan-Africanist and a founding member of the Organization of African Unity.
He won the International Lenin Peace Prize(equivalent to the Noble Peace Prize) in 1962, and was adjudged the Personality of the Century at the Millennium Excellence Award in recognition of his contribution,toil and dedication for Ghana and Africa.

Nkrumah went the hard way,but today,most leaders in Africa choose the line of least resistance in sympathy (aid) with no gain.
His ultimate aim was to unify the entire African Continent.He embodied an enchanting air of peerless leadership.He was the star of Africa,and a global icon.

If the people of Tema are awake,let them join the chorus,"Nkrumah never dies."
If you enjoy power from the the almighty Akosombo Dam today,join the chorus,"Nkrumah never dies."
Ghana Airways Corporation(sold),Tema and Accra Motorway,Tema Harbour,Adomi Bridge,Ghana National Trading Corporation (sold),Cocoa Marketing Board,Trade Union Congress,Meat Processing Factory-Bolgatanga,Bank of Ghana,Ghana Commercial Bank,Ghana Atomic Energy Commission,Ghana Cement Factory,Volta River,Okomfo Anokye Hospital,Ghana Medical School,ad infinitum...Unprecedented!Nkrumah indeed,never dies!

His dream of a self-sustaining economy based on socialist production and distribution is very much alive today.His dream of a socialist state which accepts full responsibility for promoting the well-being of the masses never dies.His dream of massive industrialization and mechanisation of Agriculture remain our leading goals today.This is the crux of the matter.

Today,majority of Ghanaians are poverty-stricken and disease-ridden meanwhile,our politicians are preoccupied with the task of carrying coals to Newcastle.Well,I don't begrudge them.The Yorubas have a saying that,"a man who has bread to eat does not appreciate the severity of a famine."

I only implore you not to join them make mockery of our situation.The least we can do to the memory of Nkrumah is to take a leaf of his book.
We must continue to live the vision,dream and philosophy of Nkrumah.That is the way to go.
The current raging debate cannot be justified.

Well,I understand children are to be seen and not heard. I leave it here.
But remember, Kwame Nkrumah never dies!

May God bless our homeland Ghana.

Pregnant woman gang-raped by husband’s friends

A 30-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly raping a woman, six months pregnant.

The suspect Kwaku Kumasah, together with three accomplices are said to have drugged the six-month-old pregnant woman with local gin ‘akpeteshie’ laced with weed and hydrochloride before having sex with her.

The incident happened at Akyem-Maase in the Akyem-Tafo district of the Eastern Region, but JoyNews is learning the Regional Police Command has taken over investigations.

Correspondent Kofi Siaw who is following the story reported that the husband of the victim said he came from work Saturday and saw his pregnant woman lying down helplessly gasping for breath.

He questioned residents and was told his four friends drugged and gang-raped her.

They quickly rushed to the hospital and later lodged a complaint at the police station.

Kofi Siaw also disclosed the livid husband is currently in a meeting with the police commander assisting in investigations.

Meanwhile, the three accomplices are currently at large and police has mounted a manhunt for them

Thursday, September 21, 2017

The Story of Gordon: How He Found Love.

She said it was a nice kiss, but I knew it was terrible (my first
kiss). I don't believe she spent minutes biting on my lips; my lips
were large and I think that was the big problem; and then it seemed
like a second how long our tongues intertwined. How I wish I had a
large tongue also!
But we are Christians (at least we think we are), so we went back to
keeping our lower arms at rest just above each other's buttocks. It
was a warm embrace. Our public display of affection( Lord knows we did
it under the dark of the broken street lights, thank God for black
invisibility!) We held each other even so our shadows looked brighter
as we took our steps.

Boy! How lively our spirits were when we came out of the dark, you
won't believe. But we put on some childish innocence and thought we
were fooling the world, that we're brother and sister in the Lord.
Seventy five years is a short time to spend together​, to live
together. Fuck that pretence! We reach home and settle our lusts over
a comfortable bed.
Hitting from the back while she was yelling out "deeper". Riding on
my d... while I was humming 'yeah' (a musician was a novice in
comparison). Owh, that's​ nice!

.....Why am I writing about sex when I'm supposed to write about romance?.....
That was how I woke up from my dreams. I played 'feel it still' by
Portugal. The Man just so I could still feel it still and ignore all
the girls that will 'probably' come to me.
It was a lecture room(small enough to be called a classroom) when she
sat beside me. And the feeling was wireless, I felt her warmth and
perceptive comfort from what felt like a mile away. I could not
imagine me ever sitting this close to someone this good looking, so I
felt the feelings and made them distant. And boy, for the rest of the
lecture (after I felt this wireless connection), I'll be honest, the
lecturer's sonic vibrations never seemed to beat against my eardrums.
It was only the wireless connection that got to me and began to
overheat my system. I started sweating (like an ant's ocean could have
been collected from what run down my skin). But she was comfortable
enough to start giggling and, like some wild goat being captured, I
believe I heard her squeeze out some "berher, mberher" around some
high pitched giggles.
.............................

Finally, I squeezed out(in my sweetest husky tone) a 'Hi, hello, good
afternoon, have a nice day, thanchew, you're welcome'. I believe all
she heard was the sound of me 'clearing my throat' cause all she did,
in response, was roll her eyes. Lord knows the lecturer felt that
there was a (wireless) connection somewhere. Like he felt it! I mean
it hit him the same way that tsunami hit Japan (I don't mean this as
an insult, I'm only using it as a comparison).
He went silent, long enough for me to realise what effect my 'clearing
my throat' had on him and the rest of the class.
I started my prayers; ladies first, ladies first, Lord all this while
she was giggling and just this one time I "cleared my throat" and he
has heard it. Lord ladies first, let him ask her why all the noise.
Amen.

All the while I was praying, I heard her silence for the first time.
And honestly, I don't know how much she prayed, but after all that she
did, she opened her eyes and looked the lecturer​ in the eye. She held
on to that eye contact, then the entire class felt her innocence. It
felt like God was touched. We felt it. Then that 'evil' lecturer
turned and asked me(meeeeee! Above all people, me), "What is this
topic about?".
I thought God had answered my prayers also when he gave me this, your
topic is about programing. There it was, I was able to coin something;
Sir, this topic is about what programing is and why recent languages
take up a lot of memory and how modern languages have managed to tone
down the pressure on the processing unit.
"Great, Gordon, you know your computers well. Good, good. Well, you
should not find it difficult to tell me what I was lecturing about
before I called you?"
God did me a favour by helping me maintain a long discomforting
silence that only meant I wasn't paying attention.

Then he said in a know-it-all tone, "I knew it, you're just after this
my little girl." He calmed his emotions and pushed the question to the
girl sitting beside me, saying "My little daughter, my sweet child,
prove to this idiot that you know what you're about and to us that you
were paying attention."
And thank God, not a single word popped out of her mouth. Her silence
was a bit too long and a bit too disturbing. But as the lecturer was
about to break that very silence, I said to myself with a smile and
all the pride I had, I said ' I'm not alone in this, she is also
hooked on our wireless connection and the network speed at her end
forced all those giggles out of her system, all that while. I am
happy(smiling, letting out a few laughs) you're mine, at least forever
and seventy five years is a short time to spend with you.

Meek Mill's 1942 Flowers played in my head and I danced in my head to
the groove of his words. Trump is feeling us, the cops ain't killing
us.
Dreams came true. The lecturer sealed it by asking us to leave, that
his lecture is not fit for couples. When we've filled our desires and
can pay attention we should return. We left and are trying to decide
on returning.

That dream I wrote down about us kissing and embracing each other in
the dark. Oh yes! That one. Yeah, I said I like her and I want her,
then I asked if she wants me. I was like fuck it! Seventy five years
is enough to fall in and out love and enough to do it over again. Then
she said yes just to make me happy.
Okay, I'll just end that dream now that I'm living it. We go site
seeing together and I love doing what she does. She does what I like
doing also. Sex isn't a part of our romance, seventy five years will
give us more than enough if each other.




Written by N.A. Wilfred......
Email: wilfred@gmail.com

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Two Female Baptist pastors in love, and only God knows

Pastor Twanna Gause stepped out of a limousine amid the whir of
cameras outside the New Vision Full Gospel Baptist Church in East
Orange, N.J.

Dressed in an off-white wedding gown and veil that sparkled in the
cascading sunshine, she carried a bouquet of white roses and lilies,
hugged several guests, then parted a sea of well-wishers on the way to
her best friend, Pastor Vanessa Brown, who stood waiting at the altar
in a cream-colored long coat called a sherwani and gold Punjabi jutti
shoes.
The church doors opened, allowing the faint strains of "You Are So
Beautiful" to float on the hot August air. Pastor Gause stepped
inside, where she was greeted by Bishops Levi Richards and Eugene
Gathers, both of the Fellowship of Affirming Ministries.

"She's our spiritual daughter," Bishop Richards said.
Both men walked Ms. Gause down the aisle, a role she had initially
hoped would be accepted by her father, the Rev. Sam Gause Sr., a
Pentecostal minister who lives in Atlanta.
But Mr. Gause, citing "differences in theological beliefs," refused
his daughter's invitation.
"My father would not come here because he does not believe in same-sex
marriage," Ms. Gause said. "He told me the devil tricked me into this,
and that if we had been married in biblical times, we would have been
stoned to death."
Mr. Gause, who helped raise four other daughters and a son before
divorcing their mother, Cathy Dodson, in 1996, held steadfast in his
decision.
"Twanna very well knows I'm not for that kind of lifestyle," he said
by phone in a calm and stern tone several days after the wedding.

"I believe that God wanted us to procreate through a natural process,
and by no means am I happy about this because it is unnatural," he
said. "I look at homosexuality as a mental disorder. If I start to
tell you that I am an elephant, and start to behave as an elephant,
that's my choice, I choose to become an elephant. But you would
probably choose to call a mental institution."

Mr. Gause, long affiliated with the Center of Hope Church of God in
Christ in Riverdale, Ga., said he had no immediate plans to contact
his daughter.
"I will talk to her at some point, I suppose, if she calls me, but I
will not initiate the call," he said. "I do have some words for her
that she needs to hear. I'm not going to condemn her or judge her
because I don't have that authority, but judgment has already been
established by God."

Ms. Brown, 46, and Ms. Gause, 45, both pastors of Rivers of Living
Water United Church of Christ, which has locations in Newark and New
York, heard much softer words on their wedding day while holding hands
before the Rev. Dr. Yvette Flunder, the presiding bishop of the
Fellowship of Affirming Ministries, who read from the First Epistle to
the Corinthians.
"Love is patient, love is kind. … Love hopes and endures all things,"
Bishop Flunder read, as amens and hallelujahs rang out from some the
200-plus guests who flocked to celebrate a love that has endured for
nearly three decades.
"Twanna and I go way, way back," Ms. Brown said.

Once upon an Amazing Grace, two choir girls met at a church in Jersey
City, and before one of them could clear her throat to sing, she
thought she had already caught a glimpse of heaven.
"I was like, 'Oh wow, what in the world, who's that, she's
beautiful,'" recalled Ms. Gause, who was then a 16-year-old living in
Paterson, N.J. "I immediately felt this kind of strange, warm feeling
wash over me, and though I had not yet spoken a word to her, I could
see myself loving this woman forever. My head was just spinning."
Ms. Brown, then 18 and living in New York, was not struck by the same
thunderbolt.

"I was oblivious as to how Twanna was feeling," Ms. Brown said. "I
looked at her as this adorable, skinny little girl who I initially
thought was so much younger than me, and I had no idea that she liked
me in any way other than as a friend."
Ms. Gause, who said she was hoping for a connection, was crushed.
"Though it broke my heart, I never said a word about my true feelings
for Vanessa because I didn't want it to hurt our friendship," she
said. "And I never said a word to my father because he was so strict,
I knew he wouldn't understand."
Both grew up in religious families — "We didn't hang on street
corners, go to clubs or do drugs, none of that," Ms. Gause said. But
they spent time together at events sponsored by the Hiya Fellowship of
the Saviour Church in Jersey City and at LaGree Baptist Church in
Harlem, which were linked through a minister who served both
congregations.

Their friendship continued to blossom until the day in 1990 when Ms.
Gause called Ms. Brown to say that her father was moving the family to
Atlanta.
"I was devastated," Ms. Brown said. "Twanna had become my best friend
in the whole world, I didn't know what I would do without her."

They kept in touch, and Ms. Gause moved back to Paterson in 1994, and
became engaged to a man there, breaking it off in less than a year and
returning to Atlanta, where she toured with a gospel choir and worked
as a cosmetologist.
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"That relationship just didn't seem right," Ms. Gause said. "Plus I
still had Vanessa on my mind."

But Ms. Brown, who was by then working as a producer and talent
coordinator for "Amateur Night" at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, had
married a man in 2004.
"Even though I was still in love with Vanessa, I never told her it
should have been me," said Ms. Gause, who did not attend the wedding.
"But I knew for sure it shouldn't have been him."
Time, and not much of it, proved Ms. Gause right. By May 2005, five
months after it began, Ms. Brown's first marriage was over. "I should
have listened to Twanna," she said.
Later that year, Ms. Brown invited Ms. Gause to give a guest sermon at
Oasis of Love, a church in Harlem where she served as an associate
pastor.

"We went to dinner and started catching up and talking about our
lives," Ms. Brown said. "Twanna seemed so much more mature than I
remembered her, and she was very sound in her preaching."
For the first time, Ms. Gause began to express her true feelings, and
Ms. Brown began seeing her old friend through "a different set of
eyes," as she put it.

After dinner, they strolled through Ms. Brown's Harlem neighborhood
until they came to the brownstone where she lived. They walked up a
short flight of stairs, and Ms. Brown reached for a key to open the
front door. As she attempted to turn the lock, her hand was suddenly
covered by Ms. Gause's. Ms. Brown turned to find Ms. Gause gazing at
her. No words were spoken, though each knew what was coming next.
"She had waited a long time to kiss me, and I knew this was it," Ms.
Brown said. "I was so nervous. My heart started racing."
For Ms. Gause, it was heaven-sent, and nearly 30 years in the making.
"It was a wonderful, wonderful kiss," she said. "Well worth the wait."

They began dating long distance, and during a visit to Atlanta in
2006, Ms. Gause introduced Ms. Brown to her father. She told him she
was a friend with no elaboration.
"I wasn't quite ready to tell him," she said.

Two years later, Ms. Gause was ready. She and Ms. Brown, in Atlanta to
attend a religious conference, arranged a family meeting at the home
of Ms. Gause's mother, who also lives in Atlanta, to tell them that
they were together.
"My father didn't take it too well," Ms. Gause said.
Indeed, they were still in Atlanta two days later, when Mr. Gause,
carrying a large King James Version of the Bible, confronted them in
the lobby of the hotel where the conference was being held.

"He slammed the Bible down on a table and said to us, 'Did you all
read this book?'" Ms. Gause said. "He was furious."
During his recent phone conversation, Mr. Gause said he had actually
stormed the hotel "to confront their pastor over theological beliefs,
but he never showed."
Mr. Gause also made it clear that the passing of time has not healed any wounds.

"We all have a conscience," he said. "It is through that conscience
that we hear from our creator as to what is right and what is wrong,
and if God did not want us to procreate, then why didn't he just
create billions of people with no gender at all? He must have had a
reason for doing what he did."
Mr. Gause, who owned a company in Atlanta that made signs, said: "It
was a mistake that her mother even went to the wedding. Had she
rejected outright that kind of behavior, and become the lovable person
that my daughter was in search of, perhaps Twanna would have had a
different idea about that kind of thing, and not gone elsewhere to
seek love."
When asked about Mr. Gause's absence at the wedding reception, an
elegant affair at il Tulipano in Cedar Grove, N.J., Bishop Richards
said simply: "God has a way of honoring us when others won't."

Ms. Dodson, who spent most of the evening chatting with Ms. Brown's
mother, Mary Ellen Brown, did not mince words when talking about her
ex-husband's refusal to attend.
"He has no right to judge them," she said. "I tried to get him to come
here tonight but it was a losing battle. He asked me why I would even
bother showing up, and I said to him, 'All you need to remember is
that Twanna is my daughter, and I love her, and I have her back no
matter what she does, and that's why I'll be there.'"

Ms. Brown, who graduated from New York Theological Seminary in May,
and Ms. Gause, who graduated from Essex County Community College with
an associate's degree in social science and is now studying for a
bachelor's in social work at Rutgers, are moving forward with their
lives, "with or without my father's blessings," Ms. Gause said.
"Don't get me wrong, I still love him," she said. "I still call him on
birthdays and holidays and special occasions, though he never picks up
the phone."

"Maybe one day he will realize that nothing has really changed with me
except for the fact that I've found my perfect soul mate, and he'll
feel like talking to me again," she said. "But no matter what my daddy
says about me or what he thinks of me, he knows down deep, deep inside
that I'll always be his little girl."




--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

A Letter to Her: Ghanaian Ladies and the wearing of Make-up

Your nicely worded text message was read with much joy and enthusiasm.
I least expected that you will reply my numerous letters since I have
never introduced myself to you officially. I only introduced myself to
you as your secret admirer.

In your text message, not only did you express your eagerness to have
a meeting with me but you raised a crucial issue concerning women
wearing make-up. You asked of my opinion about the wearing of make-up
by our ladies on the streets of Ghana and those in the tertiary
institutions. I was carried away into the realms of ecstasy by your
level of maturity.
Without temporizing, I would hit the nail right on the head. I promise
to be very brief and precise in this letter.

Obaa, I once heard a story about two young lovers who were madly in
love. They were in this relationship for four years. It is said that
the Gentleman was extremely mesmerised by the beauty of this damsel.
The amorous grandeur with which they expressed their love towards each
other really called for the total admiration of all and sundry. One
sunny afternoon, these "love birds" decided to take some time off
their busy schedules and relax in a swimming pool. This was surely the
first time these "love birds" were going to swim in a pool together.
This was a strategy to spice up their relationship but little did they
know that this will soon lead to their break- up. After a thorough and
a rigorous swim in the pool, the man surprisingly jumped out of the
pool and immediately asked for a break- up in their relationship.

Dear, the man asked for them to peacefully break-up their relationship
because that was the first time he had seen his wife-to-be without
wearing make-up. All efforts to settle this issue amicably proved
futile. You know why? The water washed away all her make-up and all
her fake eye lashes were also eroded. The man was shocked upon seeing
the real face that was hiding behind the iron-curtains of make-up. The
length and breadth of the whole story is that the man hardly
recognized the lady he had dated for four years.

I will not take delight in poking my nose in how you should appear
because you have your own life to live. For once, permit me to have a
say in how you should look.
Your natural beauty is what I really admire. Your natural dark hair,
eye-lashes and natural succulent body is really admired by me.

It is quite pathetic how some ladies apply make-up in our modern era.
Common on our streets and campuses are these artificially branded
femme fatales flaunting their beauty right under our noses.
I wish to state emphatically that I am not against the idea of you
wearing make-up. If it were so, then I would have told you never to
even smear pomade on your body. But I want you to be very moderate in
the way you wear make-up. Be real and be yourself. It should not seem
that your whole beauty depends on the make-up you wear. You should
know when, where and how to apply make-up.

A normal day lecture on campus shouldn't call for a heavy make-up
since you aren't going to a friend's party or a night club. Some
ladies even take the pleasure in plucking their eyebrows. Afterwards,
they apply some black pencil in that area. You can shape your eyebrows
neatly and nicely but not to the extent of eroding all the hairs
around that area.

Wearing make-up is something many girls of your age love to do and I
can't take that away from you. Ladies fritter so much money away on
expensive make-up. Fascinatingly, ten-year-olds have started wearing
lip-stick and make-up in imitation of the older girls. Hardly will you
see a girl crying in a funeral because she can't afford to lose her
expensive make-up. Admittedly, make-up can change the whole
personality of a person if worn correctly but the situation where some
ladies have different body colours after wearing make-up is quite
nauseating. Some dark girls end up possessing a brownish face and a
dark neck. This makes people to always wonder whether these ladies are
Korean, Japanese or Chinese dolls who are posing for a "selfie".

My dear, too much of make-up doesn't make u glamorous but rather a
clown and an object of ridicule. The truth of the matter is that no
one will love to buy a "V8" only to realize that it is "corolla X".
Never be deceived that your natural eye-lashes aren't good enough.
They are good looking and very natural. You don't need too much of
eyelashes in order to prove your beauty and value. I was riding in the
clouds of joy when some boys openly admired how natural you look
during a lecture.

Girl, how are witches and wizards presented in our local Ghanaian
movies? Your guess is as good as mine. Please don't take offence at
what I am about to say. They are being presented as people with long
nails. I would be much grateful if you could keep short nails. Simple
manicure and pedicure will be enough to reveal your already dazzling
and glowing natural beauty.

Some ladies wear lip-stick in such a way that you cannot recognize
them. It could be as red as a wizard who has just dipped his lips in a
pool of blood. I do not hate the wearing of lipstick but just know the
appropriate colour that suits the colour of your lips. Please don't
overdo it. It should be less thick and very light which will
complement and reflect your natural beauty.

Obaa, I want you to know that every man and woman would admire your
natural beauty. Be real and stay genuine. You are very beautiful for
who you are and not for the amount of makeup you wear.



--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

Sunday, September 17, 2017

3 Myths people use to promote premarital sex

• Myth 1: "You should have sex with the people you date because you
wouldn't buy a car without test driving it first."

It is true that one would not buy a car without test driving it. It is
also true that cars are objects, and that a person who owns a car is
supposed to use it. But people are not cars. We're not objects. A
married person is not supposed to use his or her spouse. A married
person is supposed to participate in "total mutual self-giving" (CCC
1644), and to exemplify the "absolute and unfailing love" God has for
us (CCC 1604). The need for a test-drive, when the quest is for a car,
exists because we have to see that the means (a car) serves its
purpose. The need for a test-drive, when the quest is for a spouse, is
a myth, because a person who treats a spouse like a means to an end is
a person who doesn't love.


• Myth 2: "You should have sex with the people you date or wedding
night sex will be awkward."

Or underwhelming. Or just plain bad. This myth—that we ought to have
premarital sex so sex isn't uncomfortable on our wedding
nights—implies that the quality of wedding night sex is paramount, and
that how immediately sex is pleasurable is what determines its
quality. This myth requires a person's focus to be on preparedness for
a wedding night. It perpetuates the misguided belief that physical
pleasure is what makes sex good. It isn't. Unity makes sex good.
Procreation makes sex good. That it feels good is an added bonus. Sex
that isn't immediately pleasurable requires a couple to use teamwork
and communication and patience—skills a couple uses to practice
chastity while they date, skills fostered when we prepare for marriage
rather than just for a wedding night.


• Myth 3: "You should have sex with the people you date because you
need to know you are sexually compatible."

This myth wouldn't be a myth if sex were static. But it isn't. Even
secular sex columnists agree ("Most people don't start out very good
(at sex)," one wrote; sex "skills" are learned, wrote another.) And
indeed they are, with communication, practice, and patience. Which
outs what actually underlies this myth: The quest isn't for sexual
compatibility. It's for effortless sexual compatibility. Sexual
compatibility can be achieved within a marriage over time, but our
culture seeks compatibility that's effortless because that sort of sex
would not require what we are far too quick to avoid: work. A marriage
doesn't have to be doomed for newlyweds who discover that the sex
isn't effortless; instead, it can be fortified, when a groom and a
bride agree to learn together.



--
Bigi Benson,
CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
Contact: +233579090453

Saturday, September 16, 2017

STORY: Fucking the Better one Last

CAUTION: Some Words & Sentences in this Post are Written in Pidgin.


My niggas no be small thing o.. Fvck sweet well well I no lie.. Every
time I fvck my body dey calm down wella.. Don't u ever underestimate
fvck.. Do u know fvcking is the best form exercise? Fvcking has been
known to cure illness.. Even Marvin Gaye God rest his poor soul sang
about it.. He call am sexual healing..

"Fvck today and watch ur life turn into happiness..."

Brethren I just happy here.. Fvck wey i fvck today..kai! I just dey
shine teeth till I got home.. Okay I've been having this fantasy of
fvcking the 2 best hoes I've come across in the same night.. Both of
them I've fvck just once. So this evening I began the journey.. I said
to myself I would fvck the better one last.. So I went for the first
one .. As I enter the place I just waka straight to am and told her
let's go in.. Omo as we dey waka go room she suddenly stops and
started twerking for me at the corridor.. She said I should rock and
feel her.. .

Na so I begin rock am and was squeezing the big nyash.. Soft nyash..
After that small moment of Corridor romance we continued towards her
room.. Mehn as we enter room.. Doggy straight.. I just dey bang she
dey moan.. High velocity while paying attention to my dick make condom
no tear and I no go know.. Shet I bang for like 10mins na so I
release.. No be small thing. Omo na the 2nd babe wey be my number one
come dey my mind immediately..

That once wey I fvck that one i no fit forget that experience. Ever
since I start to dey fvck na she be the best I don fvck.. Infact na
she fvck me no be me fvck am.. U know what I mean na. so before I
start to dey head towards her brothel I first chill with Heineken for
some time for this first chick brothel so that I can gather enough
strength wey I go use slaughter the next. So I begin head that one
brothel.. Omo as I reach her room she recognized me come hug me and
called me "my friend" and na just once I don fvck am(like 5months
ago).. Omo hoes get retentive memories o

Mehn her nyash never change.. Still very unique. Picture a big ass
that without big hips..the Ass shoots out to the back only and not
sides.. Ass specialists should know what I'm talking about. The ass
soft die and its usually cold.. Maybe she got a sweaty ass.. The ass
got two dimples.. One on each half nyash. Plus she come fine like
crazy... She get Nicki minaj kind of smile. I pull off sharply.. She
too pull off while I was just feeling the butter ass.. As usual she
order me make I lie down for bed and close my legs.. Na she dey fvck
me she mount me like say I be horse and began to ride me cowgirl..
Sweet feeling. Omo this babe get strength o..for 10 mins cowgirl.. We
just dey look each other for eye and was smiling. Then she changed to
reverse cowgirl.. I just dey feel the bumbum while she was working.
Almost 30mins this babe dey fvck me o.. I no move my waist at all.. Na
so I tell am she don try.. Make she lie down so I'd do missionary.. Na
for this missionary I dey hammer am she begin speak Igbo.. I dey
hammer am well she dey moan daddy..

Omo that kissing stuff wan come happen again o. She dey look me deep
for eyes and wanted to kiss me..make I no lie me wan kiss am too but
omo I use almost all the strength for my body avoid am o.. So instead
we rubbed our cheeks against each other and she was kissing my cheeks
and neck instead. Na so we switch to doggy.. My fatality mortal kombat
style... Na for this style she begin bite her pillow and was begging
me to slow down.. I slow down small but increased back again.. Omo she
cum .. It was a nice very nice fvck.. I never do tdb with brothel hoe
but I think she is gonna be the first cos I don tell am I wan do am
with am she was very glad.

I no get her picture.. So I drew her. Na she be that.. Her name na Amanda




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SO SAD: Legendary Actor Harry Dean Stanton is Dead at Age 91

Actor Harry Dean Stanton, who crafted characters in classic films such
as "Godfather: Part II," "Cool Hand Luke" and "Pretty in Pink," has
died at 91.
Stanton died Friday afternoon at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles,
TMZ reported. A cause of death was not immediately identified.
More recently he had played in the revival of "Twin Peaks" released
this summer, as well as the yet to be released Frank Sinatra movie
"Frank and Ava."
Stanton, born in Kentucky in 1926, was raised in the Bluegrass State
before serving with the Navy in World War II and fighting in the
Battle of Okinawa, according to KET

AYOO GHANA says may His Soul Rest In Peace...

Friday, September 15, 2017

SEX, LOVE AND VIRGINITY! - A Piece Of Advice To Singles & Married.

A lot of girls complain that guys walk away from them simply
because,they refused giving them sex,some are even tempted to give
away their virginity just to keep the guys๐Ÿ˜•

- Let_Me_Be_Very_Blunt_Here...๐Ÿ˜‡
Virginity may not be the real reason why the guys go away, yes, no
doubt, there are several guys who want sex, and if they don't get it,
they walk away...๐Ÿ˜ฌ

The problem may not be the virginity or the sex...๐Ÿ˜Ž

The story of the Ten virgins in the Bible reveals that both the
wise and the foolish were virgins; the other Five were not allowed
seeing the bridegroom not because they were virgins or because they
lost their virginity...

NO! But because they were foolish and they were called foolish
because they had no EXTRA_OIL ๐Ÿ™Œ. And the EXTRA OIL here is
CHARACTER!๐Ÿ™‹

Most girls do not have extra oil to sustain any relationship,
while many brag about their virginity, that's all they have to offer.
๐Ÿ‘ค

Aside your virginity, what do you have to offer to a man?

- Can you support him spiritually?
- Can you support him physically?
- How about mentally?

All you do is demand money for bag ๐Ÿ‘œ, shoes๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ , clothes ๐Ÿ‘—๐Ÿ‘–๐Ÿ‘™, and
outing, making him spend unnecessarily.

Have you ever sit him down, and you help him plan about his future?๐Ÿ’ญ

Has he ever seen you as someone he can confide in?๐Ÿ‘ซ

How many times has he come being in a state of dilemma seeking advice
from you?๐Ÿ˜ญ

Rather than jumping from one club to another. ๐Ÿ˜ต๐Ÿ˜ฑ

And for the virgins, they forget that virginity ends after the
wedding, but EXTRA OIL continues...

Yes... Nobody is perfect...
We all have our bad sides...

BUT...

Try to be a woman that a man will always regret losing for the rest of
his life...

Be that woman that your man can never afford to lose to another man ๐Ÿ˜Š.

Build your man to your taste...
And stop looking for a ready made husband ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜.

* Force yourself on that rich dude that you didn't work with to
achieve what he has...,
And hear the story of your life from him one day ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.
- Did You Work With me to achieve all I've got?
- Ever since you've entered this house... What has added to what you met?

* Note:
- There's just nothing as best as building up your man yourself.
- And you will forever earn his #RESPECT ✌✌✌

I hope this piece of advice is useful to all singles and married? ๐Ÿ˜‡

Thursday, September 14, 2017

STORY: White Trousers no go put me for Trouble!

NB: Some words and Sentences Use in this post are Pidgin


Dat morrin as I wan baff na so I dey put ear for dis babe music, Omawunmi, dat song wey she sing say, ‘If you ask me, na who I go ask?’ My madam don comot tey tey and I know say before she go come back e go still tey, so I say before I baff make I carry my body go upstairs for her and oga room. E get one fine white trouser wey she buy and I be one go taste am because I hear say person yansh dey come out well well for white trouser especially if you no wear pant or you wear g-string. Before I go continue my tori make I talk about my madam and oga dem.

My Madam: She no too good, she no too bad. Sometimes when I go market come back late, she no go even send me. She go just talk say, “Ehen, I know you went to see your boyfriend. Thank God you didn’t stay too long. Now hurry into the kitchen, my baby would soon be back.”

And sometimes when I wash clothes and the ting still get small stain, she go talk say, “You are too dirty Mary, sometimes I wonder if your undies are even clean”; and the annoying ting be say na infront of oga she go shout the whole ting so tey my oga come dey look me one kain.


My Oga: He no too good, he no too bad. Na to dey blow grammer up and down like say im be professor, but I hear say im no even finish unifersity say as im papa die, d guy jus use im papa money push im business so tey the business come grow yakata, now my oga na big man. The man no dey eye me o, na jus jeje all of us be for house.

Myself: Eferibodi know say I be cool babe. I no dey like wahala, na only to dey wish say one day I go be like my madam. I go get housemaid full ground. One go dey wash my clothes, another one go dey iron my clothes, another one go dey cook my food and the last one go dey go market, abi wetin man pickin want again for this world?

So make I continue my tori. As I enter dem madam room, I jus go straight to the wardrobe because I no wan waste time. I rush comot my wrapper, come wear the trouser. Omo men, if you see as the ting fine for my body ehn, you go wan tief me! Na as I dey comot the trouser na im I hear person dey come the room side. Omo, see as I dive enter the wardrobe, even Jackie Chan for give me award. The door open and as I hear my oga voice dey talk with im phone, e be like say dem pour cold water for my body, wetin I go talk say I dey do for dia room?

“Yes, it’s fine. I was thinking we could go for that art exhibition taking place at the art gallery.”

I no know wetin the pesin reply am but I hear as im laff.

“No, Tunde. I am married and you know I wouldn’t stray. If you bring that lady over to the exhibition, I may persuade wifey to come with me and that could be quite unpleasant for the lady and yourself. Quit trying to make me fall man, I wouldn’t do anything to hurt my wife. Look I’m going to put you on the speaker because I want to take off my clothes”

Chei, Oga abeg no comot your cloth, abeg! God where you dey? But e be like say even God dey use me play as my oga comot im cloth finish come even mess on top.

“You are crazy men! Why would you fart like that with me on speaker?” The voice from the phone ask my oga.

“Really, that’s a ridiculous question. I can do whatever I want in my house. Moreover I am alone.”

Abeg Oga you no dey alone o, no mess again abeg. Kai! The mess smell no be small. Shey na de food wey I dey cook dey make oga mess smell like this?

“Hey man, I’ve got to go. I want to have my bath and freshen up before wifey comes home. We’ll talk later.”

My oga cut the call come enter bathroom. I manage come outside as I say make I look for my wrapper wey I throw inside wardrobe wen oga dey come, na im one big abarra land for my back.

“So this is what you and my husband do, when I am not around?!”

All my body shock and piss nearly comot as I bin hear madam voice for my back. Una don forget say I no wear pant and my yansh jus chook outside as I bin wan bend down carry my wrapper. As I turn face madam, I jus weak because I know no how I wan take talk am. Make una helep me!

________

What to do, what to do?

This is a short story by Enoquine

Free SHS: Allow the Rich to Pay!

One of the best things that should ever happen to Ghana is free SHS. It is national in character, the impact is huge but it is costly. So any government that demonstrates the audacity to implement such a policy must be supported by all, more especially when such a policy is a constitutional obligation.

In the collective wisdom of Ghanaians the NPP demonstrated convincing commitment in the last election campaign and in their manifesto to implement this policy in a more desired manner and has been offered the mandate to do same. This however does not immune the Nana Addo’s government of the inherent deficiencies that come with implementing such a huge policy.

Ghana is not the first country in the world to implement free SHS, however, the development experiences of Ghana and the challenges of Ghana is Ghanaian specific and requires indigenous Ghanaian solutions to them.
We are Ghanaians and we know ourselves better. We know the unacceptable levels of economic and social inequality that exist here. We know the kind of salaries and allowances that government appointees take home. We know the kind of salaries and allowances that the article 71 public sector workers take home. We know the ex-gratia of the Ghanaian parliamentarian in his four year term, and we know the kind of outrageous salaries that ministers and board members take home excluding their entertainment, security, fuel and dressing allowances.

We also know the daily struggle of a roadside coco seller just as we know the predicament of an average street vendor. We know the poverty of the ordinary civil and public servant just as we are not oblivious of the conditions of Ghanaian subsistence farmer.

We know about the financing challenges we have with other social intervention policies such as the National Health Insurance Program, the school feeding program and the capitation grant. We are aware of occasion where wages and salaries of workers are paid on the 4th and 5th of the next month due to difficulty in mobilizing adequate funds. We know about the monthly and quarterly interest payments on our loans which is almost half of our GDP as we still borrow further. We know about our statutory payments to MMDA common fund and GET fund. We have not forgotten about the One million dollars per each of the 216 constituencies annually which amounts to 216 million dollars annually. One village, one dam and one district one factory amongst other promises. We recognize the effort of our president in blocking lots of the existing loop holes but we are also not unaware of allegations of others being created under your watch.

Beyond these exorbitantly paid political appointees and the article 71 public sector workers, there are several other people in the private sector who make so much money. These people hold the wealth of this country; they are comfortable and are capable of paying the fees of their wards which they will happily do anyway, so why not give them the chance to pay? Why at all is the need in paying the fees of a minister who enjoys a salary of over ghc17, 000 each month plus all forms of flimsy allowances and per diems? It is great to be audacious but unbridled audacity may be a recipe for chaos.

Allow the rich to Pay so you can treat the poor better!!

Meet the first Ghanaian doctor who has successfully performed penile implant

Dr Samuel Amanamah has become the first Ghanaian to successfully
perform a penile implant surgery in the country.
The Sexopathologist specialist was part of a four-member team that
performed to surgery to check the erectile disorder.
Ghanaian Sexopathologist specialist Dr Samuel Amanamah
The other three doctors include Dr. (Mrs.) Beatrice Wiafe Addai, Kofi
Owusu Gyimah and Esther Antwi, who helped to successfully carry out
the surgery at the Kumasi South Hospital in the Ashanti Region.


Sexopatgologists are normally in charge of operating on patients to
correct sexual disorders. Doctors in this field most often treat men
who are having erectile dysfunctions.
Penile implant, otherwise known as penile prosthesis, is one of the
most recommended treatments for persons suffering from erectile
dysfunction.
A surgery to correct this sexual disorder requires that a medical
device is implanted within the corpora cavernosa of the penis.

Speaking after becoming the first ever Ghanaian to successfully
perform a penile implant surgery, an elated Dr Amanamah described the
achievement as"a dream come true, that Ghanaians can now access this
treatment in Ghana."
He added that the public must start to take erectile dysfunction more
seriously, while also urging patients to seek for professional help if
such a disorder is noticed, rather than just trying out counter drugs.
Experts say erectile dysfunction normally affects men between the ages
of 40 – 70 years.

Dr Amanamah who led the four-member team of doctors performed the
penile implant surgery in collaboration with the Peace and Love
Hospital and the Derry Court Medical Practice.




Source: Yen.com.gh

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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Controversial PASTOR releases customized ATM cards for members to use in paying tithe (photo)

Prophet Shepherd Bushiri who is arguably one of the richest pastors in Africa, has released customised ATM cards for his members to use in paying tithes. 

Days after YEN.com.gh reported that Prophet Bushiri surprised his wife with an expensive G-wagon, the preacher has made headlines again. Bushiri who happens to be one of Africa's richest and most controversial pastors, launched customised ATM cards which are designed to allow members of his church pay their tithes 'with ease'. 

The light blue 'anointed money' cards bear the prophet's name and a picture of him. See a picture of the card below: The cards bear Prophet Bushiri's picture and name. 

Sharing the post on Facebook, Zambian Accurates wrote: "Prophet Bushiri rolls out new ATM cards to make it easy for church followers to pay for tithes automatically every Sunday. What would Jesus say?"


SOURCE: Yen.com.gh

WATCH: Afia Schwarzenegger Leak Tape RELEASED



It would seem that there is some truth in earlier reports that TV show host and comedianne, Afia Schwarzenegger was kicked out of her marital home by her husband after he reportedly caught her in bed with another man.

THIS IS THE VIDEO To the surprise of many, a local news website MyNewsgh.com, on Wednesday 6th September, published an update to the issue claiming to have laid hands on the said leaked video. The report categorically confirmed that Afia Schwarzenegger was "caught red-handed by her husband, Lawrence Abrokwah, being laid by another man". MyNewsgh's report continued that they had access to the leaked 2:23mins video in which , "...Mr Abrokwah budges into the room that appeared not to have been locked and found the two lovers naked in bed".

Trading our forests for money; a threat to the future

Ask! How could we have been governed if Ghana had no gold, no oil or
bauxite? Could we have been governed at all? Could John Mahama and now
Nana Akufo-Addo run Ghana only on taxes from tourism and exportation
of maybe human resource? Could we have been "fed" at all? Is it
possible at all? What is this issuance of "prospecting" mining license
in forest reserves flying everywhere in traditional and social media
like that? Why these many permits to companies to take down Ghana's
rain-forest like that? Is that what collectively as Ghanaians we are
agreeing to go about our development? Really! How many trees have
today's generation planted to warrant taking down what we came to
meet? Will the US or UK give out a forest reserve for mining without
having a replacement?

Wow! Is this how we are as a people? See, if you think the cool
climatic condition around you out there has nothing to do with our
forest cover, travel to our own Northern Ghana or Niger or Dubai in
summer, and you will understand. And if you think the food in
abundance on our markets in Sunyani, Kumasi, Accra, Takoradi or
elsewhere has nothing to do with the weather in our rural areas, cast
your mind back to 1983 in Ghana.
In the last couple of months, the number of so-called prospecting
licenses from former President Mahama's government and Nana Addo's
administration to gold and Bauxite mining companies in forest reserves
that are popping up just don't add up! The sad justification is that,
they are going into the reserves for prospecting. Whichever way you
look at it, they end up securing Mining Lease in these rain-forests.
What is shocking is the Forestry Commission's approval to all these permits.
They are always granting prospecting license to these companies as if
when there are commercial finds, the forest won't be taken down.

On 1st September, 2016, the Forestry Commission granted an entry
permit for two years to C&G Alaska to carry out mineral prospecting
license in the Upper Wassa Forest Reserve in the Wassa Amenfi Central
District of the Western Region. Three (3) months after this license
was issued, the company was finally given a mining lease to dig down
this ancient rain-forest on 23rd December, 2016.
On 8th June, 2016, an entry permit was issued by Forestry Commission
to Gye Nyame Mining Limited to go after the Fure River Forest Reserve
in the Prestea Hini Valley District of the Western Region. Before,
Forestry Commission could realize, the company was carrying out
Illegal mining (galamsey) operations in compartment 1 of the forest
which had been declared a Globally Significant Biodiversity Area
(GSBA) in 2001.

On 24th December, 2015, a prospecting license was given to Exton Cubic
Group Limited to also head for the Tano-Offin Forest Reserve for
Bauxite in the Ashanti Region by the then Lands and Natural Resources
minister under former President Mahama, Nii Osa Mills. On 20th June,
2017, the Forestry Commission gave Forest Entry Permit to the company.
When is the next one coming, and how many of such permits have been
given out to these companies? Which forest reserve is the next victim?
In all of these, communities' people who are the custodians of these
sacred reserves have resisted the attempt to sell off the reserves.
But our anti-green governments have succeeded in using state security
to coerce the people to surrender.

In my view, instead of our governments looking for the next forest
reserve to take down, why not travel to countries without resources
like we have, and learn how they have moved from our third world
status to developed ones? Truth is that, when we are developed with
these present reserves standing, our heritage alone will fetch us
monies through eco-tourism.
But before I end, let me paraphrase this speech delivered by a
teenager at a UN General Assembly in 1992, on behalf of her other four
friends. She told the assembly in plain words that:

"[Telling you this] today, we have no hidden agenda. [We are] fighting
for our future. Losing our future is not like losing an election, or a
few points on the stock market. [We are] speaking for all generations
to come.
[We are] speaking on behalf of the starving children around the world
whose cries go unheard. [We are] speaking for the countless animals
dying across this planet because they have nowhere left to go… [We
used to go fishing in the village with [our fathers], until just a few
years ago, we found the [the rivers through the shades of forest
heavily polluted], and now we hear of animals and plants going extinct
every day, vanishing forever.

In [our lives], [We] have dreamt of seeing great herds of wild
animals, jungles and rain-forests full of birds and butterflies, but
now [we] wonder if they will even exist for [tomorrow's children] to
see.

[Question:] Did you have to worry about these things when you were a
child? All this is happening before our eyes and yet we act as if we
have all the time we want and all the solutions. [At your various
offices], you may be [appointees and ministers] of the government,
business people,… or politicians. But really, you are mothers and
fathers, sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles, and all of you are
someone's child.
[In the developed worlds,] people live a privileged life with plenty
of food, water and shelter. [They have super computers, good roads,
food, big airports, ships and mega structures]. The list can go on and
on for days.
….If a child on the streets who has nothing [may be] willing to share,
why are we who have everything still so greedy? At school, even in
kindergarten, you teach us how to behave in the world. You teach us to
not fight with others, to work things out, to respect others, clean up
our mess, not to hurt other creatures, to share, not be greedy. Then
why do you go out and do the things you tell us not to do?

Do not forget why you are attending … [workshops, conferences,
capacity building programs etc.], and who you are doing this for. We
are your own children.
You are deciding what kind of world we are growing up in.
Parents should be able to comfort their children by saying,
"Everything is going to be all right; it's not the end of the world
and we're doing the best we can. But I don't think you can say that to
us anymore.

Are we even on your list of priorities? [Our dads] always say, you are
what you do, not what you say. Well, what you do make [us] cry at
night. You grown-ups say you love us, but [we are] challenging you,
please make your actions reflect your words. Thank you.



Written By: Obrempong Yaw Ampofo | Ayooghana.com

Sunday, September 3, 2017

​GIJ: ORLANDO TO CONTEST AS SRC PRESIDENT IN 2017/2018 SRC ELECTIONS​

Youngsly Orlando, popularly known as (ORLANDO), has declared his
willingness to Contest for 2017/2018 presidential elections of the
Students' Representative Council (SRC) for the Ghana Institute of
Journalism (GIJ).

The level 300 Public relations (PR) student is eagerly ready to take
the seat from the Current President, Martin Thompson.

"Orlando made this statement on GIJ TODAY FOR ALL STUDENTS PLATFORM"


WHO IS ORLANDO?
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will get it done without having to hound him about it.
Many of you probably know him from his work as former Chief Whip of
General Assembly, But Currently He's the " Audit Committee chairman "

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It probably not surprising to Us that He has decided to run for the
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Friday, September 1, 2017

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It may also be defined as the hatred of one person by another — or
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color, language, customs, place of birth or any factor that supposedly
reveals the basic nature of that person. It has influenced wars,
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During the past 500-1000 years, racism on the part of Western powers
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among Easterners, such as Asians, Africans, and others). The most
notorious example of racism by the West has been slavery, particularly
the enslavement of Africans in the New World (slavery itself dates
back thousands of years). This enslavement was accomplished because of
the racist belief that Black Africans were less fully human than white
Europeans and their descendants.




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DON’T MASTURBATE WITH MY ‘SEDUCTIVE’ PICTURES – EBONY

Popular Ghanaian female dancehall artist, Ebony Reigns has thrown a
strong warning comments to her male fans who send her naked pictures
of their manhood to abstain from masturbating with her photos because
she considers that as sin.

Ebony after entering the music industry with a lot of hits songs like
'Kupe', Poison which was all based on romantic contents and her
seductive presence on stage which has become a force to reckon with.

Some male fans have been using her seductive appearance to send photos
of their manhood masturbating with her photos.
The dancehall goddess in an interview on 3FM's Showbiz927 on Saturday
admitted that she has received naked pictures from men masturbating
with her pictures.

"A lot of people message me and show things. Like somewhere last year,
there was this story out there and male fans were sending me their
male things.
"They need to know what masturbation is before they would even think
of masturbating with my photos because i'm not the one influencing
them.
"I'm not causing people to sin and if they didn't know about
masturbation, they wouldn't think about doing it" she warned

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