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Angry man lambastes prostitute for demanding additional money for different styles [Video]


A viral video has shown the moment a man got angry after a sex worker he took home demanded more money for different sex styles.

In the video, the lady could be seen seated on the bed while having a heated argument with an unseen man, who apparently shot the footage.

She was heard saying “balance you what” as the man told her to give back some of the money he paid her over the attitude she put up after they arrived his apartment.

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But the lady refused, insisting that the man did not her the sex styles he wanted before taking her home.

She told him to add more money if he wanted the doggy style, lambasted him for the rude way he spoke to her.

Angered by her attitude, the guy called her a ‘whore’, told she was not some girl he was asking out and drove her from his apartment.

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Govt guidelines for reopening: We are sufficiently ready to comply with the rules – RCCG



The Redeemed Christian Church of God expressed readiness to adjust its services in order to meet government guidelines for worship.

The Head, Media and Public Relations, RCCG, Pastor Olaitan Olubiyi, said the church was always ready to comply with any regulations.

He said,

“From the outset of this pandemic and the attendant lockdown, our general overseer has continued to emphasise that all our churches must abide by whatever rules and regulations the government brings. We are sufficiently ready to comply with the rules.

“When we look at the issue of spacing, for instance, churches are in different categories. We are a church planting mission. We have some of our churches that are in the lower cadre in terms of the population of the congregation. Some are under 50, while some are under 100.

“So, when the rules are ready, we will adjust. Some of our megachurches, space should not be a problem; it is a matter of reducing the number of people worshipping at a time.

“In all the sermons that our general overseer has been preaching on Sundays, he has been emphasising the issue of social distancing. Once we know the details of what the government wants, we will work towards achieving it.”

Meanwhile, global COVID-19 cases rose to 5,550,339 at 10 pm on Tuesday, while 348,447 had died of the disease as of the time sending this report.

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In the United States, COVID-19 cases increased to 1,676,401 on Tuesday. The virus had killed 98,787 as of 11:15 pm on Tuesday.

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Churches, mosques reopening: CAN, NSCIA begin work on COVID-19 guidelines



The Christian Association of Nigeria [CAN] and the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs [NSCIA] have begun work on guidelines, which will prevent the spread of COVID-19 in churches and mosques after the reopening of worship centres in the country.

The apex Islamic and Christian groups in the country said the guidelines would be submitted to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control [NCDC] for review and advice.

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The NSCIA specifically stated that a committee it set up was working on the guidelines.

The Special Assistant on Media and Communications to CAN President, Adebayo Oladeji, on Tuesday, said the association was working on the guidelines.

He stated,

“We are working on them (the guidelines) and whenever the NCDC and the PTF are ready, we will surely submit. The highlights are based on the guidelines on how to safeguard our members during the worship with a view to stopping the spread of coronavirus while the worship lasts. It is about the social distancing, soap, water and sanitisers.”

On his part, the NSCIA spokesman, Ibrahim Aselemi, stated,

“A committee has been set up to work out the modalities as requested. I shall make the details known to you as soon as they are okayed by my superiors.”

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Trump threatens, accuses Twitter of stifling free speech after his tweets were fact-checked



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U.S. President Donald Trump has accused Twitter of not only ‘stifling free speech’ but also interfering in the November election.

Trump was reacting to Twitter’s fact-check on two tweets he wrote about mail-in-ballots.

It was the first time that the social media platform would flag the U.S. President who commands 80 million followers.

The tweets, said Twitter spokesperson Katie Rosborough, “contain potentially misleading information about voting processes and have been labelled to provide additional context around mail-in ballots.”

But Trump fired back on Tuesday night in two tweets:

“@Twitter is now interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election. They are saying my statement on Mail-In Ballots, which will lead to massive corruption and fraud, is incorrect, based on fact-checking by Fake News CNN and the Amazon Washington Post.

“Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH, and I, as President, will not allow it to happen!”, Trump said.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale had responded with the same sentiment: “We always knew that Silicon Valley would pull out all the stops to obstruct and interfere with President Trump getting his message through to voters.

“Partnering with the biased fake news media ‘fact-checkers’ is only a smokescreen Twitter is using to try to lend their obvious political tactics some false credibility.“

Washington Post reported that for its 14-year existence, Twitter has allowed misinformation by world leaders and everyday citizens to spread virtually unchecked.

“Its leaders have long said that users would engage in debate on the platform and correct false information on their own.

“But Trump has made dozens of false claims on social media, particularly on his preferred medium of Twitter, and has also attacked people in ways that critics have argued could violate company policies on harassment and bullying”, the paper said.

Twitter’s actions come on a day when it was facing a barrage of criticism over another set of Trump tweets.

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Earlier on Tuesday, the widower of a former staffer to Joe Scarborough asked Twitter chief executive officer Jack Dorsey to delete tweets by President Trump furthering a baseless conspiracy theory about the staffer’s wife’s death.

The company is debating whether to take action on the Scarborough tweets, said a person familiar with the discussions.

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