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3 Women Who Got Married To Themselves After Getting Tired Of Dating Men

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In some parts of the world today, some individuals get married to themselves. This marital practice is known as “Sologamy”.

This practice is most common among the female gender, and the reason for their actions always had a thing to do with getting tired of dating the opposite gender.

Meanwhile, we present to you 3 women who decided to get married to themselves.

1. Patricia Christine

Christine is an educator from Australia. According to a report on Metro.co.uk on the 30th of May 2020, Christine got married to herself at the age of 29.

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She had earlier ended her engagement with her fiancé in 2013 after realizing that was not what she wanted.

Credit: Metro Co UK.

2. Meg Taylor Morrison

Meg is a life and business coach from Atlanta, Georgia in the United States of America.

She got married to herself at the age of 35 years in 2021.

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According to a report on Mirror.co.uk on the 1st of March 2021, Meg married herself out of self-love after she broke up with her boyfriend in June 2020.

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3. Laura Mesi

Laura is a fitness trainer who is from Italy.

According to a report on BBC news on the 27th of September 2017, Laura got married to herself after she ended her 12 years old relationship with her boyfriend.

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She was 40 years old as of the time she got married to herself.

Laura was said to have married herself out of self-love.

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Jail Break: Abba Kyari And Other Prominent Nigerians In Kuje Prison

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The Kuje Correctional Facility was heavily attacked Tuesday night, which allowed some prisoners to escape.

The facility has taken over as the “VIP prison” for well-known Nigerians, replacing Kirikiri Maximum Security Correctional Facility. There are now several former Lawmakers, governors, and terrorists living there.

Some well-known Nigerians, including the Senate Chief Whip, Orji Uzor Kalu, Adamawa Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, Olisa Metuh, and Femi Fani-Kayode, have had brief run-ins in the prison.

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As may be noted, the court denied Nnamdi Kanu’s request to be transferred to Kuje Prison while he is being held by the DSS. Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra.

Despite the correctional facility’s status, concerns have been raised in light of how easily terrorists were able to attack the facility and release several terrorists along with other detainees.

While terrorists conducted hours-long operations at the plant, Gwagwalada, which is only 15 minutes away, has a sizable military formation and numerous military checkpoints. Furthermore, the distance between the prison and significant cantonments like Mogadishu, Niger, and Lungi is less than 45 minutes.

Following the incident, Nigerians have conjectured on social media that disgraced “supercop” Abba Kyari and other convicted politicians would have taken advantage of the situation to avoid jail time.

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Below are some well-known Nigerians who are inmates in Kuje Correctional Facility:

1. Abba Kyari

The disgraced former leader of the Intelligence Response Team is presently awaiting trial on charges of trafficking in illegal drugs and tampering with evidence at the Kuje detention facility.

Kyari was charged with eight counts by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, and he was disciplined in Kuje along with a few other police officers.

Kyari, ACP Sunday Ubia, Inspector Simon Agirgba, Inspector John Nuhu, and Bawa James were to be transferred to Kuje, per Justice Emeka Nwike’s order.

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2. Joshua Dariye

Given that he had received a state pardon, the former governor of Plateau State would not have taken the chance of escaping from prison.

Dariye and 158 other people received pardons from the National Council of States Dariye, although the former governor has not yet been released.

The former governor, who served as governor from 1999 to 2007, was found guilty of stealing N2 billion from Plateau State.

The Federal Capital Territory’s High Court sentenced him to 14 years in jail. The Supreme Court did, however, commute the sentence to 10 years.

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3.  Rev. Jolly Nyame

Similar to Dariye, Mr. Nyame benefited from President Buhari’s contentious pardon.

Justice Bukola Banjoko found the former governor of Taraba State, who presided over the state from 1999 to 2007, guilty in 2018, and the Supreme Court upheld the conviction and sentence in 2020.

4. Abdulrasheed Maina

Mr. Maina once served as the head of President Goodluck Jonathan’s prestigious Pension Reform Task Force. He was chosen to clean the system in 2010.

A Senate committee charged him with embezzling N100 billion in 2012. He went into hiding and was fired from his job.

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Mr. Maina received an 8-year sentence from Justice Okon Abang for stealing billions from seniors.

After his game of cat and mouse with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission up until his arrest with his 20-year-old son, Faisal, Mr. Maina became a celebrity.

He reappeared after Buhari became president. Recall that after being secretly promoted and reinstated in the civil service, the government sacked him in response to the outcry.

5. Farouq Lawan

Lawan is an obvious example of grass to grace. In the Jonathan administration, the former Kano legislator was tasked with looking into fuel subsidies.

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He was forced to resign after a DSS trap revealed that he had been abusing the committee to enrich oil marketers.

Lawan, who was one of the caucus leaders that ousted Patricia Etteh as Speaker of the House, was exposed by Femi Otedola’s $600,000 campaign.

Lawan is currently imprisoned in Kuje after receiving a 7-year sentence from a judge.

6. Peter Nwachukwu

The popular gospel musician Osinachi’s husband is incarcerated at the Kuje Correctional Facility as part of an ongoing homicide investigation.

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The Federal Capital Territory High Court ordered Mr. Nwachukwu to remain in custody while the matter is pending last month.

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VIDEO: How I Started Block Industry Business In Nigeria With No Funds – CEO, Achievers Rowaf, Salau Ismail

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There is nothing impossible with determination. Mr. Salau Ismail who is the CEO of Achievers Rowaf block industry exhibited this as he started a successful block industry business with no funds.

On this edition of Hustle Story on Sauce TV, Mr. Ismail narrated his hustle hustle story from losing his father at a very young age to sponsoring himself through school before he became a successful entrepreneur in block industry business.

His story will sure teach you how to forget about impossibilities and embrace possibilities no matter the situation you find yourself.

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Over the years, Achiever Rowaf has now grown to become one of the best block industry company in Ogun State. They also deal with supply of granite, sharp sand, set sands, fill sands and lots more.

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5 Important Values To Long Lasting Relationship (WATCH VIDEO)

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It takes commitment to build a successful relationship.

There are countless life scenarios that might arise and put your partnership’s strength and unity to the test.

Having basic principles that are congruent will give you the strength and confidence you need to get past those stumbling blocks together.

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Therefore, what are relationships value? They are the guiding ideas that guide your actions; they are your personal perspectives about yourself, others, and the world.

The foundations of how you spend your life are your core principles. On this edition of Family Life With Adeola, we will be taking you through the core values of every relationships.

This values are what make your relationship stronger in the phase of any challenges that may come your way.

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How To Survive First Meeting With African In-Laws (WATCH VIDEO)

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The thought of meeting your in-laws for the first time might elicit fear in you.

A lot of questions will start popping up in your mind. What if they don’t like me? How can I appear as wife or husband material in front of my partner’s parent?

You will even think of what to wear and how to talk when you get there. First impression they say last longer, the first impression you create in front of your in-laws will determine how much they will value you.

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On this edition of Family Life With Adeola, you will get to learn the Dos and Don’ts of first time meeting with in-laws.

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