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October 20, 2019260

Prince Harry will express his desire to leave the UK entirely and move to Africa in a documentary set to air tonight, it is claimed.

The Duke of Sussex also describes Cape Town as an “amazing place” in the revelation during tonight’s show set to air on ITV.

Speaking to the Sunday Times , broadcaster Tom Bradby, who interviewed the prince for the show, described him and wife Meghan as “vulnerable and bruised”.

It is claimed that the pair are hoping to build a bush lodge in Botswana, where Harry visited last month.

Speaking about the continent, Harry says tonight: “I don’t know where we could live in Africa at the moment. We’ve just come from Cape Town.

“That would be an amazing place for us to be able to base ourselves.”

It comes as reports claim the Duke and Duchess are set to take a six-week break for some “family time”.

The extended period from mid-November will see them travel to the Los Angeles to see Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, for Thanksgiving.

It is also expected that they will spend Christmas with the Queen in Sandringham, as is royal tradition.

A royal source told the Sunday Times that after completing a full schedule of engagements until mid-November they plan on taking “much needed family time”.

Harry and Meghan visited Africa last month, a trip that included a journey to Botswana.

The pair fell in love there while “camped out under the stars” when they began dating in 2017.

Harry, 35, visited the African country last month and is thought to have started the search for their dream property.

A source said: “They would love to build a traditional bush lodge, constructed by locals, bringing work and trade to the land.

“There has also been talk of a local school being built as well.

“Most importantly they want somewhere where they have complete privacy and will not be disturbed.” (Sunday Times)


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October 20, 201930

David Adeleke, Nigerian Afropop singer better known as Davido, and Chioma Avril Rowland, his much-acclaimed girlfriend, have welcomed the arrival of their first child together.

Davido took to his Twitter page on Sunday to share a picture where he can be seen carrying the newborn.

“OMOBA TI DE!!! DAVID ADEDEJI ADELEKE Jr I !! D PRINCE IS HERE!!!! 20 – 10 – 2019 !!! Love you my STRONG WIFE!!! I LOVE YOU!!!!!,” the singer wrote.

Davido had on Saturday night shared a picture of Chioma and himself at the hospital. He also told a fan that he was in the delivery room with his wife-to-be.

“I Dey delivery room brother ! Make we talk this matter after,” he had written in reaction to the fan who had asked him about his album.

Last month, the Afropop singer had asked Chioma to spend the rest of her life with him, after which the duo’s families celebrated the union in a blissful introduction ceremony.

Few weeks later, Davido broke the news that his wife-to-be was pregnant. Chioma would later embark on a baby shopping spree but not for their unborn child.

Chioma, 24, is reported to have met Davido while studying economics at Babcock University. (Cable)


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October 19, 2019370

When my daughters were small they had a favorite bit of doggerel that prefigured some early feminist leanings.

“Girls go to college to get more knowledge/Boys go to Jupiter to get more stupider,” they would chant at me, and, with more evident passion, at any young males in their vicinity. I’d try to take issue with the grammatical betise in the second line that, I would point out, slightly undermined the premise of the jibe, but it was no good. Girls were smarter than boys and immeasurably superior in just about every other respect.

On that, of course, I have never dared demur.

But as it turns out, and as my girls progress with grace and accomplishment up the gilded escalator of their liberal education, there’s a searing piece of truth in that couplet that points up a deep demographic chasm in this country and in much of the developed world.

The gender imbalance in educational attainment is getting larger every year. That may spell good news, ultimately, for income and employment equality—but it presages increasingly problematic social conditions for generations of men and women.

According to the U.S. Department of Education, more than 57% of the class of 2018 who graduated with bachelor’s degrees were female. The gap for master’s degrees was even wider: 59% to 41%.

This gender imbalance has existed since 1981, when more women than men graduated for the first time, and it’s widened just about every single year since then. In fact, the Department estimates that by 2027 women will account for about 60% of all bachelor’s degrees awarded.

Now, from the perspective of economic justice and equity, we can surely stipulate that this is progress. It may be the most tangible piece of evidence of a fundamental change in sexual equality since women were given the vote. If education really is the key to lifetime earning potential, then slowly, perhaps, steadily, we can expect the gap in pay and opportunities to narrow.

I realize of course that there are many other reasons for gender differences in economic outcomes, and many of those aren’t going away. But the impact of a more highly educated female population in the workforce should be substantial.

But while the economic consequences may play out this way, it’s worth pondering some of the social effects. In the much larger game of life, love and relationships, the growing educational disparity between men and women is a problem.

It is estimated that for every three men with bachelor’s degrees in their 20s and 30s, there are now four women. Most studies of human heterosexual attraction suggest both that intellectual capacity and achievement is an important attractor and that people tend to gravitate toward a partner with roughly the same level of attainment.

But every year, the pool of eligible male graduates is getting smaller relative to the number of women. Now of course college isn’t everything, and many women will find a perfect mate who hasn’t been through the four-year playground of parties, sleeping and the occasional lecture. But the reality is that more of them are going to have to if they want a meaningful relationship.

And there’s a larger problem confronting these new cohorts of well-educated women. It’s always been assumed that women are more selective in seeking out a partner of the opposite sex. Men are notoriously undiscriminating; women, obviously more refined and sophisticated, are more choosy. But with data now available from dating apps we are beginning to get a sense of just how big this gap is too.

Aviv Goldgeier, an engineer with the dating app Hinge, was recently interviewed about data he’d compiled on the “likes” of straight men and women. If we think of attractiveness in terms of an economic asset, we can measure how evenly or unevenly distributed that asset is among men and women. Economists use a measure—the Gini coefficient—to estimate the level of inequality in an economy. The nearer the number is to 0, the more evenly distributed the wealth. The closer it is to 1, the more unequal it is.

It turns out that the Gini index for males is 0.542—a high level of inequality. A small number of men hold most of the attractiveness assets. For women, in the eyes of men, the attractiveness assets were much more evenly spread—a Gini index of just 0.376. Grim confirmation: A much smaller number of men are considered eligible by women than is the case for women as viewed by men.

In other words, when they’ve finished college, it’s women who may need to go to Jupiter to find a decent partner.

This article appeared with original title, A Good Man Is Getting Even Harder to Find on WSJ, and written by Gerard Baker.


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October 3, 2019110

The drama involving Tacha’s boyfriend, Ladi, her boyfriend’s brother, Sampson and Didi said to be the person handling her social media accounts is playing out on social media, and it is all centered on the money sent in by fans of the reality show star and other celebrities.

Sharing a voicenote she got from a concerned fan who seems to be leader of a group, Tacha’s management were accused of lying about the money they received and making no impact in the life of the disqualified Big Brother Naija housemate who the money was meant for.

Jaruma also told them to account for every money sent in from different groups, people and celebrities. According to the sex therapist, this will ensure transparency.

She wrote;

#AUDIO……. I have heard all ur cries
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On my part, this is what I know…… Sampson should come out & tell the world how much everyone sent with dates! LET EVERYTHING BE TRANSPARENT
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Sampson told me that Peter sent them only 100k in August, He said Bobrisky did not send a penny! (Now I’m hearing something different in the voice note above ??)
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He said Nkechi B S sent them only 20k in August, he said RealAngela O did not send a penny & no one else has sent any money to them…….

He said Nkechi B S sent them only 20k in August, he said RealAngela O did not send a penny & no one else has sent any money to them…….

 



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