The simple message this video carried was; ‘You’re not my class, I can’t marry you. The love has simply hit rock bottom after a love proposal to his girlfriend didn’t go as expected.

A video spotted online shows the moment a guy received the disgrace of his life after he decided to take his relationship to the next level by deciding to propose to his girlfriend but was meant with a simple reply; You’re not my class, I can’t marry you.

The funny thing here aside from having water poured on him during the proposal, this same lady who claims the guy isn’t in her class has been spending the guy’s money. It appears he saw the guy as some sort of poverty alleviation programme.

We believe with time, the guy is most likely to recover because to receive such shame in the full glare of your coursemates and other students is something that is really disheartening.

You can watch the video below and simply judge things for yourself. Another question most people are asking is, shouldn’t the guy be smart enough to have seen all the signs with regards to him dating a lady who isn’t much into him when it comes to love? Maybe he was very much blinded by love.

17 people have been confirmed dead following a huge explosion at Bogoso-Appiate in the Western Region.

This was confirmed in a statement issued by the Ministry of Information.

The statement also indicated that some 59 injured persons were rescued, bringing to 76 the number of persons known to have been affected so far.

“As at 17:00 hours, a total of seventeen (17) people have, sadly, been confirmed dead, and 59 injured persons had been rescued, bringing to 76 the number of persons known, so far, to have been affected by the tragedy.”

The statement also noted that out of the 59 injured persons, 42 are receiving treatment and some are in critical condition.

The Information Ministry further outlined some measures taken so far by the government to handle the situation.

“Most of the victims have been rescued and are on admission at various hospitals and clinics within the Bogoso Municipality. Upon the instructions of the President of the Republic, a National Emergency Response Mechanism was activated immediately. Personnel from the Police Service, Fire Service, National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), Ghana Health Service, National Ambulance Service, the Municipal Authority, and residents have all been involved in providing support.”

“Additional personnel and resources have been dispatched to the community to support the response effort. An alternative route has been created to facilitate the movement of stranded vehicles plying that route. All hospitals within the vicinity are being used to treat injured persons, and an evacuation plan has been activated to move those in critical condition to medical facilities in Accra, so they can get the needed assistance,” the statement added.

A hilarious video has popped up online where a woman claiming to be the mother of a teenager decided to take her to school because young boys were “chopping” her too much.

According to the alleged mother who spoke in the local Akan dialect, a lot of men had slept with her daughter and she was tired of it. Hence the reason she decided to take her to school.

She went ahead to advise the daughter to learn hard and stay away from men as they won’t make her life fruitful.

Watch the funny video below;

A beautiful lady on Twitter with the handle @deshola55 has taken to the social media platform to lament about her ordeal with a guy she went on date with.

After the guy has inquired about how much it will cost for her to get back home, it was revealed it will cost 200 naira which roughly translates to 3 cedis and so the guy gave her exactly 3 cedis as her t-fare but it appears the lady who wasn’t happy about it blatantly refused.

In her words; ”I think the most embarrassing moment of my life was when a guy I went on a date with offered me the exact amount that will take me back home…,of course I rejected it For those wondering, the tfare was 200….and he legit gave me two hundred naira, like never again sir”

Photos making rounds on social media show the moment a 10-year-old girl happily flaunting her baby bump with his 12-year-old boyfriend solidly standing behind her.

The photo has indeed received some wild backlash from netizens questioning why these kids decided to indulge in something meant for adults.

Questioning how they were brought up but some of them are of the few the kids or the parents of the kids need to be recommended for not going for abortion as that is something most parents would have opted for.

Check out the photo below;

What do you make of this? Your thoughts and views are very well welcomed through the comment section below.

The Fathala Wild Reserve is one wildlife reserve that can be found in Senegal but there is something unique about the place. Aside from having some of the finest accommodations one could think of when it comes to holidays, to be able to do everything with the lions, one needs to hold a particular staff in hand and it is believed with that staff in hand, the lions will do one no harm.

Now, these are the photos that have somehow caused controversies on the internet with varying opinions;

With the African Cup of Nations just a few days away, all attention will be on the impending tournament. Prior to the commencement of the tournament, there have been several issues with most European clubs reluctant to release their best players for the tournament.

Some even had issues with Klopp; the Liverpool coach for somehow referring to the tournament as a small tournament. That didn’t go down well with many people. The coach tried to clarify issues but yet still many weren’t happy with most people demanding an apology from his end since there was no way he was ever going to refer to the European Cup as a small tournament.

And with COVID 19 threatening the world, many were of the opinion the tournament needs to be postponed because we are all know how fast the disease spreads but with Motsepe steering the affairs as CAF president, we are made to understand the tournament will go on as planned.

The tournament is set to begin on January 9 with Cameroun the host nation locking horns with Burkina Faso. But our attention today is to have a look at some of the players to watch during the tournament.

Mohammed Salah

There is no doubt that all attention will be on the Liverpool star. He is arguably the best African player with some interesting goal records favouring him.

He is currently the top scorer in the English Premier League and a guy all cameras will be on during the AFCON as the world would like to know whether he can replicate the fine form he has at Liverpool on the field at Cameroun for his country Egypt.

Sadio Mane

Another name that the world can’t take off the list when it comes to players to watch during the AFCON is that of Sadio Mane. The Liverpool star is expected to deliver for his country; Senegal. He is the main talisman when it comes to playmaking for his country and it appears much will be expected from his end during the tournament.


There is no doubt the Chelsea goalkeeper is the one going to be in the post for Senegal if he is fit. The Champions League winning goalkeeper is indeed expected to deliver during the AFCON. With him in the post, Senegal is seen as one of the countries that is in a pole position to win the tournament.

Riyad Mahrez

The Man. City winger will be representing Algeria during this tournament and of course, much will be expected of him. He is indeed required to translate his fine form at City into this tournament. The winger is enjoying some massive playtime under Pep this season and seems to have his goalscoring boot on as well.

Kudus Mohammed

Another player we will keep an eye on is Ajax’s midfielder, Kudus Mohammed. Even though he is not fully fit, the coach of Ghana believes he is going to help the team at some point in the tournament.

Beyatt Lekweiry

At just 16 years of age, the Mauritanian is the youngest player at this AFCON and there is no doubt many will be keeping a keen eye on him.

Have you ever thought of how much the most expensive house in the world cost and where it can be found? That is how the mission for today. We are today going to have a look at the 10 most expensive houses in the world and the ridiculous prices these houses come with and what makes them really unique.

Before we proceed, let me give you a gist. The most expensive house in the world can be found in India. Yes, you read it right. The most expensive house can be found in no other country other than India. It is really unique and we will delve into it as the post continues.

Ano so let move back to business as usual as we have a look at the 10 most expensive houses in the world;

9. 18-19 Kensington Gardens – $128 Million

First on the list when it comes to a look at the 10 most expensive houses in the world is the 18-19 Keningston Gardens. This is a house valued at $128 million making it the tenth most expensive house in the world.

This is a house that was designed by Philip Hardwick for Sutherland Hall Sutherland, and the first tenant was the civil engineer James Meadows Rendel. He occupied the building in the year 1852. This shows how old the building is.

Some might be wondering what makes this house really unique and you will be amazed this is a house that has 12 bedrooms, Turkish baths, an indoor pool and a parking space for 20 cars.

I know you might be insisting that it’s still too expensive a house. Kindly check out the previous owners and draw your own conclusion.

Previous owners of this most expensive house in the world include the de Rothschild family (early 1900s); The Free Poles (1939–45); David Khalili, art dealer(1995–2001); and Bernie Ecclestone, Formula 1 chief (2001–2004).

The Rothschild Family found themselves and this shows how unique the house is. This is one family that has been regarded as the richest family ever the world has ever seen.

Now the house is being owned by Indian billionaire Lakshmi Mittal but houses the princess of Jordan; Haya.

Since we haven’t found ourselves in the house before, the best we can get is to have a look at these pictures to have a feel of the inside;

The internet woke up to the surprising union between these trios which is set to happen on the same day. The union between this Nigerian man and these two beautiful ladies got the internet talking with many people expressing varying opinions with some opining the ladies are twins due to the great resemblances between the ladies.

Internet users express surprise at the intended union Hamza Abdullahi Galadima

Fuka said: “I pray is not for show up..if it is really the capacity…Allah ya sanyaa albarka…”

Mansur Adeola stated: “They’re twins, is it right for a man to marry two sisters?”

Musa Bin Ibrahim Newland wrote: “What ummu Ahmad always tells me to do; marrying two wives at a time. “Sannu OGA.”

Usumanu Kakanda opined: “We dey pray for one this guy they take two at a time.”

Have a look at the wedding invitation;

Technology has really advanced and has taken centre stage in this world. We are therefore going to have a look at the 12 most technologically advanced countries in the world. Is your country on the list?

12) China

China has often been touted as the next super power. Some say that it is already a superpower. The nation has surprised the world with major developments in the field of technology. Gunpowder and compass were first used in China.

Today it is focusing on fields like robotics, semiconductors, high-speed trains, supercomputers, genetics and automobiles. It is steadily expanding its space exploration program.

11) Netherlands

High-tech companies in the Netherlands manufacture telecommunication systems, computers, electronic measurement and control equipment, medical and scientific instruments, and electric switching gear and transformers.

The nation has made significant strides with inventions like compact disc, artificial kidney, pendulum clock, telescope and microscope.

10) Singapore

Singapore is a high-tech, business-friendly nation. It is a knowledge-based, innovation driven economy. The nation has fastest internet in the world.

The home internet speed is up to 1 Gbps. All the citizens of Singapore own a smartphone. The nation is well-known for its high-tech infrastructure.

9) Canada

Canada has a highly developed technology sector. The Government of Canada encourages industrial research. The nation specializes in biotechnology and space exploration. It allocated 1.8 percent of its GDP for R&D.

Canada launched The Science, Technology and Innovation Council in an endeavor to enhance the quality of life of its citizens through science and technology. Canada introduced the wireless interact machines, chip less credit and debit cards and the advanced supersonic twin-engined, Avro Arrow.

8) United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is the world’s first industrialized nation. It is credited with the discovery of hydrogen. Jet engine, locomotive engine, World Wide Web, electric motor, incandescent light bulb and commercial electrical telegraph were invented in the UK.

Britain’s recent technologies include the Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle, BAE Systems Taranis.

7) Finland

Finland is well-known for high-tech projects and healthcare facilities. It gave birth to Nokia, which was a world leader in mobile communications for many years.

Nowadays the nation is focusing on biosciences, energy and environmental science.

6) Russia

The Russians launched the first human-made object (Soviet Union’s Luna 2) to reach the surface of the Moon. Apart from space technology, Russia is rightly called the “Big Daddy” in the field of heavy machinery. It has one of the best high-tech defense systems.

It exports defense equipment to many nations in the world. Russia’s S300, S400, S500 and ICBM long range surface-to-air missile systems are very efficient than any other in the world.

5) Germany

Germany has been a high-tech nation for decades. It is well-known for its achievements in the field of engineering. German research scientists have contributed in fields like space travel and nanotechnology. R&D efforts are an integral part of the German economy.

Scientific research in the country is supported by the industry. Germany is the home of many research organizations like Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Scientific community, Fraunhofer Society and Max Planck Society. Germany’s automotive technology is outstanding with big brands like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, BMW, Volkswagen and Porsche.

4) Israel

Around 35 percent of Israel’s exports are technology-related. Israel is one among the top five in space science. It is also known for its innovations in the defense industry. Israel developed the first unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with real-time surveillance.

This amazing nation is among the few nations in the world that have modern electric car infrastructure. You will find a well-maintained network of recharging stations all over Israel.

3) South Korea

South Korea is the birthplace of technology companies like LG, Hyundai and Samsung. These brands are competing with global technology brands like Apple and Toyota.

South Korean scientists have made significant contributions in fields like robotics.

The average internet speed in South Korea is thrice that in the US.

2) United States

The advances in space technology have played a significant role in making the United States of America a global superpower. From the atomic bomb to landing Neil Armstrong on the Moon.

Space exploration, pharmaceuticals, defense system and telecommunications have been United States’ main focus for many decades. This nation has the most powerful and technologically advanced military in the world.

This nation has produced the world’s biggest technology companies like Google, Facebook, Apple, Intel, IBM and Microsoft. These technology behemoths have changed the way people live worldwide.

1) Japan

Japan is well-known for its scientific research. Research scientists of Japan have made immense contributions in various fields like automobiles, electronics, machinery, earthquake engineering, optics, industrial robotics, metals and semi-conductors.

The nation has been looking to become less dependent on imported fuel since 1973. Its efforts bore fruit in 2008, when it inaugurated seven nuclear reactors.

Nuclear reactors supply around 34 percent of the nation’s electricity. Japanese researchers have won many Nobel Prizes.