A Complete Brutal Techniques for Self-defence for all Ladies

Many women unnecessarily suffer from abusive men in modern times. That is over, as soon as you can link them to this blog. Recently, I got an epiphany to change the world, one issue at a time. Here I go, fulfilling the mandate.

Men are naturally abusive…

Simple fact to know, even the meekest of them has lurking within him rage of violence. Your duty as a lady, and a potential mate, is to let him know, to what degree your temper matches his. Funnily, men are very perceptive beings, and when you send the right signals I bet he will cane up in line. Follow these simple transmitting codes:

Hit a strike with a strike…

Hollywood has painted this silly image of romance that every lady now looks forward to…

Nothing Romantic here
Nothing Romantic here

Your man steals into the kitchen and instead of being human and greet you, spanks your bums, but you go romanticizing about how sweet he is…I got news for you, 98% of all abuses starts when a man wells up courage to strike a woman under whatever guise.

When next your man tries that with you, turn around, give him a sweet smile, and clamp his balls in your hand tightly and ask how his day was; of course, he is gonna squish but make sure you keep the smiling.

#When he comes home the next day, guess where he’s gonna be greeting you from? Correct, form the living room…

Give him a blow too...
Give him a blow too…

Be alert even at fun time

Men are silly, I must tell you this. You know some come into relationships with habits they have shunned amongst their male gang. Have you ever watched a football match with any who intermittently strikes you as the action heats up? Well, in the past, you have excused them, thinking it’s done in the heat of passion.

Safe your head, when the game gets high maybe a side scores; look him in the face, in disbelief and land him a hard blow in the tummy…asking:  “Can you believe Drogba did that?” For good measure, land him another shouting “It-is-a-G-O-A-L!!!”

#I bet my career, he will never crave to watch another match with you…


Be fictitious

In this part of the world being fictional is no great deal for women—they spend most of their productive time on the TV. When you are setting out on dating that period you fill each other in on your past? Yes, that’s when to foreground his heart with fears for you. Of course, you’re only playing even. Or do you believe all the tales of his conquests (of this and that girl in the past) just because he said so? Think again…

crutch his balls...
crutch his balls…

Tell him about your uncle, who scotched a boy’s scrotum because he followed you home at element school or how your brother in the military promised to castrate any man who dares to marry you and divorced you later.

#The guy will definitely not show up for the next date, if he has a history of battering women.

Get him to see a movie with you

Most of the battles of self-defence are fought on the territory of the heart. Once in a while, get your mate to see a movie with you and you should be smart at the selection of which…

When a scene in the movie signals real life possibilities express your view in strong threatening terms…”if a guy dares to treat me like that…” “If I were to suspect my mate’s fidelity, I can kill to get my end.”

#These are no mere words and I’m sure he will take them to heart.

For Rape Preys and Victims

Once in a life time, you fall victim of sexual abusers who may want to defile you, if you live in countries like Nigeria, South Africa and India

Simple rule, never beg to be free and never panic.

Men are scared too...
Men are scared too…

The animal instinct in such men only gets inspired with your struggles…

Relax and smile, ask: “Is it sex that you really want?”

“Well. Relax, I have always wanted you, anyway!”

But, you gonna wear a condom, because I don’t Wanna have AIDS again”

#He will simply let you go, for clearly, blood will diffuse as fast away from his member.


We Play To Win empowers and develops youth with First Hydrocarbon Nigeria on Children’s Day

Benin City, Edo, Nigeria – May 27th, 2013 –) We Play to Win, in conjunction with First Hydrocarbon Nigeria Company Limited (FHN) has today celebrated Children’s Day in Benin City by hosting a youth sports camp for young women.

We Play to Win (“WPTW”) uses the power of sports and physical activity to inspire and empower, strengthen the young women within impoverished communities, particularly within Africa. The NGO focuses on emphasizing the power of health and wellness; development and education; community involvement; and empowerment and spiritual enrichment.

FHN, the lead sponsor for the event, collaborated with We Play to Win to uplift and empower the female population in Benin City.  We Play to Win is an international non-governmental organization that aims to use the power of sports and physical activity to inspire, empower, strengthen and develop impoverished communities, with a focus on young women. Together with FHN, they seek to address, unify, and empower disenfranchised populations and demonstrate how sports can have a positive impact on the lives of young girls by helping them develop a positive self-image.

Kasia Muoto, the president of We Play to Win, said, “It is important to inspire people early on and teach them the basics about their true value.  I am impressed with the vision and commitment to the local community’s social development and wellness.

FHN Chief Executive Officer, Mr Constantine Labi Ogunbiyi said, “We are pleased to be taking part in the Benin City Youth Development and Empowerment Sports Camp.  At FHN our values support providing guidance and empowerment in order to equip people at all walks of life with the confidence to effect a positive change on their surroundings.”

We Play to Win has had several projects through which they sought to impact the lives of young children through some sports. These initiatives serve to help the children learn how to make positive life changes, and to have healthier lifestyles.

The event took place at the Paragon Demonstration School, and hosted one hundred young girls, and featured workshops around leadership development, goal-setting and visioning, and health and wellness. The camp concluded with a “Winner’s Circle” ceremony, where participants were awarded with medals intended to serve as a reminder of their personal commitments to their growth and development

Monday brings Sweetness.

Hurray, am ecstatic!
Mondays come to some of us with variety of feelings, the desire of not wanting the weekend to end and the expectation of what the new week hold.
For many job seekers [this category is actually mammoth in Nigeria], they earnestly await the beep of SMS on their phones or rush out of home to make an interview appointments.
For whatever, Mondays are for serious business.
What more seriousness could come my way this day other than the announcement of a new initiative to rescue Africans from palpable suffering?
The Rockefeller Foundation has today announced a new Foundation initiative that will focus on Africa’s youth and employment, Digital Jobs Africa (DJA). This is a nearly $100 million investment which will impact one million people in Africa through jobs and skills for youth in the information communication technology (ICT) sector who would not otherwise have an opportunity for sustainable employment.
Now, this is great news for the teeming cyber citizens of Africa. To many, this may sound like just another aid effort. But I tell you, this is a generational aid for that leap that many a youth are looking forward to which, regrettably our leaders are sincerely laggards in the drive to unite with the world.
Dr Judith Rodin, President of the Rockefeller Foundation at the World Economic Forum meeting in Cape Town, South Africa said “The DJA builds on three years of the Foundation’s existing work and will focus on high potential youth who lack access to jobs and economic opportunities.”
This will overall change the work ethic and lifestyle of a generation of African youths. Many African youths now turn to social media for fun and a source of livelihood. With this initiative, I see more than the set goal of 1million youths and I can see the rippling effects across the continent and individual families.
This is good news to me, as my country made it to the seven nations where this initiative is going to pioneer for the next 7 years.
While we wait the commencement of this initiative, we say thank you Rockefeller Foundation.