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Ten reasons not to date a married man

There are no positive reasons for dating a married man.
Even the good reasons don’t stand the test of time and
turn out to be bad ideas in good ideas’ clothing. After a
brief reasearch on why ladies get involved with married
men it was discovered that most times this ladies go after
married men because they are rich, compared to their
broke boyfriend. They are more caring, for they know how
to take care of them and they are always there for them.
They have security and connection through this men. But
ask yourself if its really worth it, losing your pride and
dignity for something so lowly and vain.
A woman with even an ounce of pride would NEVER share
someone else’s husband. If you find yourself on the brink
of temptation, look at these 10 truths before you leap:
1. It is so wrong
Of all the reasons not to get involved with a married man,
the primary one has to be this: it’s just plain wrong. Both
a married man and his girlfriend can come up with all
sorts of reasons to justify what they’re doing – it’s real
love, his wife doesn’t treat him right, etc. Those are
excuses but cheating is never right, and a person with
dignity just wouldn’t be part of it.Getting involved with a
married man is so wrong even for all the right reasons.
Society frowns at it, God detests fornication, and you
aren’t being fair to even yourself.
2. He is the winner
He’s got his cake and is eating it, too. He has a legitimate
married relationship that helps his public persona and he
has an illegitimate one with you to make up for what he’s
missing in his marriage.He can spend his days with you
and his nights with his wife; if you ask us, he is very
blessed. When he is tired of you, he can move on with no
strings attached, and don’t think he won’t. If he could do
that to someone to whom he is legally bound, what will he
do to you who only has his words? He is the one who is
being hailed by his friends as “the really big man” while
you are the husband- snatcher. He wins, for while his
morale is always high, yours will be low, for you will have
no dignity or pride again.
3. He won’t leave her for you
We don’t care how many promises he made to you, don’t
expect him to leave her and come marry you. So you can
start preparing yourself for a heartbreak when he moves
on to someone else who is just as naïve. And yes he’ll find
someone sweeter, shapelier and better than you ever are.
pity you, he goes home to his wife, you go home wishing
he it had lasted forever.
4. He might not be who you think he is
We hear stories about how some girls were used for ritual
sacrifice, it isnt a day that the act is perpetuated, the
married man could have kept stuffing the girl with money
and food, like a broiler waiting for the day he’ll slaughter
her for money ritual. But of course he wouldnt use his
wife. You don chop, come die, funny. Besides you will
never know for sure where he is, what he is doing, and
who he is doing it with. There is always two sides to every
story and unfortunately, you will never know any other
side but his.
5. You’ll always be his little secret
No one can know about you. Not family, not respectable
friends, you can’t go out with him in public because you
just might get caught either by his family or yours. Plain
and simple, he doesn’t want anybody to know about you
for the fear of making himself look bad.Prepare for a hide-
and-seek affair. You really can’t call what you are having
a relationship, think of it more like a hide and seek
game.And hiding can be exhausting, having to keep your
relationship a secret can attack your self-esteem and
cause you to miss out on one of the wonderful aspects of
a relationship. Walking together freely and radiantly
through the world can fill you with the glow of being with
someone who is proud to be with you. So why even
bother?
6. Lose his respect and it’s over
It is pretty obvious that immediately you accept his offer,
his respect for you is gone. because he is thinking “she’s
after my money” so the likeness reduces and you become
his little puppet, he’ll start stringing you around. So even
though he’s the one who pursued you, even though he’s
the one that made it difficult to say “No.” And even
though he tells you how wonderful you are. At some level,
he’s going to have trouble respecting you for settling for
such a flawed relationship. Watch it, so he wont wash you
7. You’re kidding yourself
Despite that he tells you he loves you, reassuring you how
much you mean to him, his not ending his relationship
with his wife and coming into your arms speaks for itself,
you are a second best. A mediocre, and you are worth
having fun with but not marrying. If such is the case why
settle for less when you can go for your type.
8. Time is too precious to waste
Ever notice how quickly the years go as you get older?
And so matter how you try you will look older, especially
since you are dating an older man, fact. Because it’s
convenient and comfortable, a relationship with a married
man can go on for a long time, it will therrefore deter you
from having a serious relationship. And omo! before you
know it you have eaten up the precious time you might
have had in a healthy relationship with a chance of
flourishing with an old man.
9. Loyalty is not one of his strong points
Obviously. If he can cheat on her{his wife}, he would do it
to you. He made a vow when he married her and he clearly
couldn’t follow through with it. What would make you
think you’re any different than her? Infact your stand is
even worse for you have no legal backing. I’m sure you do
know this, yes?
10. Beware it can boomerang
There is no fool proof in cheating, even though you have
all the sides covered and a schedule to keep your
activities secret, remember “everyday is for the thief and
one day is for the owner” but omo! that one day go brutal
die, when the madam of the oga you have been sharing
catch you pants down. Heh! heh! you will cry tears will
not come and you’ll receive public disgrace and be
humilited. And its funny that many men (and women)
have difficulty accepting full responsibility for their
deceitful actions. Human nature finds it easier to blame
than to accept shame. If he is caught by his wife or
conscience, don’t be surprised if he tries to blame you and
get you to take the fall.

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President Buhari Fires Director General of NIMASA

Things are happening very fast inside Aso Rock these days and the impacts are being felt from all corners of the country. As read this, President Muhammadu Buhari has terminated the appointment of the Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokemi.

The man has been defending the billions of Naira paid to ex-militant leader, Tompolo by Goodluck Jonathan and his agents, all in the name of pipeline contract and maritime security.

His sack was contained in a two-paragraph statement on Thursday by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina. The presidential spokesman did not give any reason for the termination of Akpobolokemi's appointment which, he said, took immediate effect.

Akpobolokemi has been directed to immediately hand over the management of NIMASA and all government property in his possession to the most senior officer in the agency who will remain in charge until a new director-general is appointed.

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The implementation of Residency Card by the Ondo State government has pitched the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) against the state government, BABATOPE OKEOWO reports

To the Ondo State government, the implementation of the Residency Card otherwise known as kaadi igbe ayo is one of the best policies rolled out by the government since it came into office six years ago. But to the opposition elements in the state, the policy was of no use to the people, poorly packaged and badly implemented. Unlike previous policies, the opposition did not give the government any chance to prove its efficacy of the programme before tearing it into shred. But the ruling party also rose in defence of the government, saying it meant well for the people of the state. The opposition said since there is the National Identity Card began by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at the federal level when they were in the saddle, the effort of the government was an exercise in futility. Also, the introduction of the payment of N2.000 irked the opposition who see it as another mean to impoverish the people of the state. The government had on July 2 began the implementation of the Residency Card with the aim of knowing the number of the people in the state and to know those benefitting from government policies and programmes. It also said the Residency Card would be a prerequisite for all residents of the state to access government facilities. Governor Olusegun Mimiko who made the pronouncement during the inauguration said multi-application smart card becomes the entry visa into all state government social services from the Abiye Safe Motherhood programme to the micro-credit and economic empowerment, highlysubsidised agric input and supplies, Free Education and others. Mimiko explained that Kaadi igbe ayo would not just be a new lexicon in the vocabulary but an integral part of life in the Sunshine state.

His words: “You would recall that at the inception of this administration in 2009, a 12- point programme tagged ‘A CARING HEART’ was rolled out as a guiding paradigm of our people- oriented administration. This underlying philosophy formed the platform for our mission “to mobilise the people of Ondo State to harness all God-given resources, create and use wealth for the collective fulfilment, individual happiness, and peaceful co-habitation in an environment of transparent and honest leadership. Commissioner for Information, Mr. Kayode Akinmade, said the enforcement of the smart card in the health sector has exposed 70 per cent of on non-resident who were benefitting from the free health programme of the government. He said the enforcement would soon be extended to other sectors of the state government programme. He added that the government would not go back on the enforcement of the policy as it would not fold its arms and allow non-residents to benefit from it.

However, the opposition APC and the pioneer Coordinator of the agency responsible for the programme, State Information Technology Development Centre (SITDEC), Engr. Tunji Ariyomo, said the programme was another way to impoverish the people of the state and another ploy to siphon government money. The APC in a statement signed by its state publicity secretary, Abayomi Adesanya, said: “The over-hyped ‘Kaadi igbe ayo’ project is another conduit pipe deliberately built to siphon public funds by the Olusegun Mimikoled administration in the state.” Adesanya alleged that over N5 billion of taxpayers’ money have been spent on the project without any corresponding benefits for the good people of the state. His words: “The Ondo State APC wishes to draw the attention of the general public, especially the good people of Ondo State, to the anti-people and wicked policies of Mimiko-led administration, which have assumed a dangerous trend.

“The governor should know that, what the people of Ondo State desire is a better life, good road network, job opportunities for the youth, revamping our moribund industries, accountability, urbanisation of our towns and villages, portable water, affordable and accessible health care services, prompt payment of salaries and entitlements of workers and pensioners, not a valueless card that over N5 billion of their money have been spent to produce coupled with a levy of N2,000.” Similarly, Ariyomo who is the pioneer Coordinator of SITDEC tackled the state government over the introduction of N2,000 levy for the collection of Residency Card by the people living in the state. Ariyomo said the payment of the levy would further pauperise the people of the state who have been finding it difficult to live due to irregular payment of salary to the civil servants in the state. According to him, the government should not have introduced the levy as there is no record that the people of the state have resisted or abandoned their statutory responsibilities in terms of payment of extant dues, taxes, levies or charges. He said to impose sanctions in this “austere period in form of a N2,000 kaadi igbeayo levy is the height of public administration’s recklessness and uncaring attitude.”

His words: “To make such payments a prerequisite for accessing public utilities and services is sheer wickedness. Information Technology is designed to make life more comfortable for the masses. It was never conceived as an instrument of terror. Current technology in fact does not require you to own a card or carry one before critical data on a subject could be collated, preserved or accessed.” Ariyomo said the present move of the state government would further pauperise the people of the state and make them pay undeserved penalties for sins committed by strata of governments in Nigeria that refused to save for raining days despite the recent unprecedented oil-boom. His words: “There are turns of incredible win-win options and opportunities for massively increasing the Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of Ondo State or any other state in Nigeria. These they have refused to explore. This fixation with punishing the masses as the only means of increasing revenue is unacceptable.”

However, the Publicity Director of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state, Hon. Banji Okunomo, stated that the APC and those opposed to it needed to be educated on the importance of the Residency Card, saying the essence of the scheme was to provide a database for the citizens of the state. He noted that the present PDP government in the state has recorded many successes in the provision of social amenities for the people of the state which is also being enjoyed by the people of the neighbouring states. Okunomo said the registration became imperative to guarantee the legitimate right of the people of the state and to enjoy the facilities provided by the state government. He said: “In view of the foregoing, we are duty bound to let the APC and its co-travellers know that the essence of this scheme is to provide a data base for the citizens of this state so that they can have absolute access to the dividends of democracy that is solely designed for the people of Ondo State by their government.

“It is an incontrovertible fact that the Ondo State Government has accomplished so much in the provision of amenities and social services for its people and yet another indisputable fact is that some neighbouring states controlled by the APC have failed grossly to provide for their people and therefore their people have simply moved over to Ondo State to enjoy from the social amenities provided for our people. “Therefore, the essence of the need for our citizens to enjoy register for the Kaadi igbe ayo is to guarantee their legitimate right to the good programmes of the Mimiko administration rather than allow our neighbours to simply cross the borders and reap from where they are not entitled to benefit. “To liken this project to the National ID Card scheme is to exhibit high level ignorance that is not permissible in view of the enlightenment done so far on the various applications of the multipurpose residency card,” he said. Okunomo, however, called on the leadership of the APC to wake up to its responsibilities by piling pressure on its government to deliver its promises to the people of the country. “APC is yet to separate itself from the mentality of an opposition party to a ruling party much expected to deliver on the dividends of democracy as promised Nigerians in their change agenda. The APC is unrepentantly trading in their act of castigating the PDP for their own incapacity to set the stage on as a ruling party as it were,” he said.

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