Dazzling Nairobi preacher, Reverend Lucy Natasha, has continued to dazzle her online followers with showy display of her expensive lifestyle.
Reverend Lucy Natasha, is the founder and overseer of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries, has been described by local media as Kenya’s sexist preacher.The pastor rubs shoulders with prominant Kenyans including President Uhuru Kenyatta, Mike Sonko, among others.
She is also a much sought after conference speaker and celebrated author of many books. Reverend Lucy is single but says she would love to have a family in the near future.
“I would like to marry a man after God’s own heart, one that will be my best friend nd is sincere” she said.
According to The Nairobian,many Kenyan men have been on ‘her case’, with others wondering how she has been able to grow a ministry at such a young age.
Natasha who says she was ordained four years ago, and has since visited more than 20 countries preaching the good word, told The Nairobian she owes everything to God.
Sporting high heels, the ‘woman of cloth’ smiles easily, revealing two gold-coated teeth. She admits that she has been hit on by men so many times.
Lucy doesn’t go anywhere without her full security team.
She recently shared the photos on social media to showcase her fleet of cars, all bearing number plates Oracles 1-7, which could collectively be worth more Sh10 million.
‘Oracle 1’, which is said to be her favorite, is a 3000cc Toyota Harrier Lexus, which is estimated to be Sh4 million.
Fast Raising Port Harcourt based Nigerian Female Rapper, Cyndy Wap, releases her much anticipated single “Anty Becky“, which is coming after her wave making hit song “Slayer”.
Anty Becky was produced by one of Port Harcourt’s finest musical producers “Da Prof Beats.
Veteran media personality, Charly Boy’s daughter Dewy Oputa and her partner SJ celebrated their first Pride as a couple on Sunday.
Sharing loved-up photos from their first Pride celebration, Dewy wrote this lovely message to her partner:
‘I want to kiss you
Hold your hand
Sleep next to you
Wake up next to you
Show you off to the world
And cherish every second I have with you.
I want to love every part of you forever; but even forever isn’t enough time.’
Continue to see more photos below.
It came as a rude shock to Nigerians when Charly Boy’s daughter, Dewy Oputa, revealed on social media that she is a lesbian.
She made this known on Instagram during the week by sharing photos and a video of herself and her girlfriend.
Mental health has been a recurrent topic everywhere lately, including in Nigeria, where cases of suicide seem to be making headlines weekly.
Well, an estimated 60 million Nigerians are at risk of suffering from depression, according to the Nigeria National Depression report produced by Joy, Inc. in partnership with NOIPolls.
The report, which is the first nationwide study of happiness and depression, was released in commemoration of the World Mental Health Day 2018, and contains results from at least 1,000 interviews, all of them conducted by telephone, in five major Nigerian languages: English, Pidgin English, Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo.
“This report is a product of our surveys as we seek to better understand the needs of the population we serve,” one of the authors of the report and member of the Central Working Group, Glory Apantaku explained. “Our results serve as an important reminder of the urgency of this work, mental health issues are real and it is high time we paid attention,” she said.
Highlights of the report include:
- Most Nigerians surveyed defined happiness as having the basic needs of life. The second largest group of respondents defined happiness as having peace of mind.
- Several Nigerians believed that they are averagely satisfied (4.99) with their life as a whole these days, and are hopeful that they will be better satisfied in life five years from now. Most Nigerians also felt they were better five years ago (standing at 6.41) than they are currently.
- 31.6% of polled respondent reported experiencing depressive symptoms. Putting this in perspective, 3 out of every 10 Nigerians are at risk of depression.
- 27.8% of respondents reported experiencing symptoms of anxiety
- While both physical and mental health are important for a flourishing life, mental illness explains more of the misery in the society more than physical illness, poverty or unemployment.
- Nigeria needs to be proactive in taking mental and emotional health seriously by reviewing the national mental health policy and creating a viable legislative framework to meet global standards, investing in public education to influence the culture to one that promotes resilience and creates safe spaces for emotional and mental healing, and investing in research, innovation and development.
- The report also recommended that new metrics for measuring human progress should move from the use of financial values like GDP and focus on happiness and flourishing of citizens.
The National Depression report can be downloaded at report.joyinc.xyz.
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Sad news for all Nigerians as things are not likely to get better anytime soon according to statistics. It had been reported earlier that Nigeria had overtaken India to become the poverty capital of the world.
What this meant was that Nigeria is where you’ll find the highest number of the world’s poorest people – 86.9 million compared to India’s 71.5 million.
Well, new reports are even grimmer: Nigeria may just remain this way for at least a generation.
According to a report by Yomi Kazeem for Quartz Africa, Nigeria ranked bottom – 157 of 157 countries – in the second ever Commitment to Reducing Inequality (CRI) index compiled by Development Finance International (DFI) and Oxfam.
The CRI index ranks countries based on their commitment to shrinking the gap between the rich and the poor based on social spending, tax policies and labor rights.
And things get grimmer.
Nigeria also ranked really low – 152 of 157 countries – on the World Bank first-ever Human Capital Index (HCI). The index, according to Quartz, measures “the amount of human capital that a child born today can expect to attain by age 18” using 5 factors: chances of a child reaching age five, healthy growth, expected years of schooling, quality of learning available and the adult survival rate.
Nigeria’s HCI value is 0.34 (out of a possible 1), meaning: “a child born in Nigeria today will be 34% as productive when she grows up as she could be if she enjoyed complete education and full health.”
Uriel Oputa‘s younger brother got a tattoo of his sister and their mum to honor the both of them who according to him have been through a lot together.
He shared the post with the caption:
“What better way to tell your only sister @urielmusicstar that you love her #tothemoonandback than enduring 5 hours of pain with @fk0735 … worth it and I’m not looking forward to the next sitting to finish it 🙈🦍🦍🦍 #tattoo #pain #ribs #siblings”
Uriel also shared the photo and narrated how the tattoo came to light…
“He said im getting another tattoo i started shouting (Normal big sister action). he sent this yesterday, picture of his tattoo.. (My face) shout or talk cant come out again😂😂
Just want to say @somebodydad14 thank you for always helping me when i had nothing. Buying me hair 😂😂 giving me money for make up 😂😂 paying for my website.. my ticket to London last year for Christmas.. my rent fews year bk…encouraging me with business ideas.. I pray God blesses you with someone who appreciates you. but i still want to shout oo
My little brother God bless you.. Infact all my brothers.. Damn he said i shouldn’t post 😂 📸@derekchukwuphotography you captured this moment”
Nigerian comic actor, John Okafor aka Mr Ibu has expressed his desire to have a baby with all Ghanaian beautiful ladies.
According to him, he won’t mind entering an agreement with Ghanaians to ensure it happens.
The actor went on to state that he would specifically love to have a child with Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah.
Speaking in an interview with Kumasi based Fox FM, Mr Ibu said,
“Jackie Appiah be my very good friend. Jackie Appiah is a good girl, I want to enter into agreement with Ghanaians. I want all of fine girls borne one, one pikin give me. All the girls wey they de do film. All the girls I know”.