Six Sex Positions For Women With Big Butts |The Republican News


If your woman has a big backside and you’re wondering how to navigate it sexually, here are some of the positions to take, as advised by sexologist, Dr. Jill McDevitt…

• The backwards crush: Put one foot up on a chair, which totally opens up your hips and changes the angle from your standard rear entry position. For easy access and safety, keep one foot on the ground. You can also stand in front of a mirror so you both can watch.

• Back up: Have him sit in a chair and tease him with your fine behind — shake it, squeeze it, and rub it on his crotch. Back it up, lowering yourself slowly down onto him. Hold on to something, because he’ll definitely want to grab your butts to enable him to go deep.

• The booty call: Here, you don’t need to take off your pants! Just bend over, push your pants to the side and have your partner get to work from behind.

• Reverse cowgirl remix: For this position, face his feet, wrap yourself around his waist, and jiggle your butt. Hold on to one of his legs and use the other to give yourself some vibe or hand love — the extra movement can propel you into a rhythm you’ll both go gaga for.

• The cheeky monkey: This is not anal sex, be warned. All you do is just lubricate your butt opening generously and let him just position his manhood between your butts. Lie flat on your belly and reach back to press your butt cheeks together for a tight fit. If you’re feeling especially brave, have him face your feet to try a whole new angle. (

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BREAKING: Suspected Kidnappers, Ritualists’ Den Discovered Beside Ondo Assembly


An uncompleted two-storey building suspected to be a hideout of kidnappers and ritualists was on Monday discovered in Alagbaka area of Akure, the Ondo State capital.

The building is located a few meters away from the Ondo State House of Assembly and it is behind the popular government-owned events centre, the Gani Fawehinmi Arcade, said to be owned by a retired civil servant in the state.

The abandoned uncompleted building was discovered by the residents of the area who suspected that some men were always inside the building performing numerous secret activities on a daily basis.

A resident of the area, on condition of anonymity, told our correspondent that the building has been abandoned for a long time and many residents of the area did not know the owner.

He explained that a security operative attached to one of the buildings in the area shot a bird that had perched on a tree beside the suspected ritualists’ den.

                                                            The abandoned building

On hearing the gunshot, the suspected hoodlums reportedly rushed out and fled.

Our source narrated, “The suspects thought the gunshot was from the policemen who came to them. They quickly rushed out, but some commercial motorcycle riders in the area helped us to chase and arrest four of them, whom we later handed over to the police.”

The source added that it was the timely intervention of policemen that saved the suspects from being lynched by the angry residents of the area.

When our correspondent visited the building, items of clothing littered the place; and they include women’s underwear, sandals, slippers, cooking utensils, mattresses, toothpaste and toothbrushes, among other items.

Also, a long rope was also found inside one of the rooms. The rope was tied to the ceiling of the building at one end, while the other end of the rope was knotted. Some planks were underneath the rope.

The rope is suspected to be used for hanging their victims.

In his reaction, the Ondo State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Femi Joseph, who confirmed the development, said many suspects have been arrested in connection with the matter.

Joseph said, “We have arrested quite a number of them and we are currently interrogating them. It is after the interrogation and investigation that we can conclude whether they are ritualists or not.”

Joseph, who did not specify the number of suspects arrested, said they would be charged to court before the end of this week. (

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Multiple Suicide Bomb Attacks Kill 16 In Borno |The Republican News

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More than 16 persons were killed in a coordinated suicide bombing at the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) and Zannari Community in Maiduguri on Sunday night.
An eyewitness told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Maiduguri that the bombing started around 10 p.m
“The noise of the explosion coming from the university woke us up from the sleep around 10 p.m.
“Few minutes after, the explosion spread to other parts of the town, especially around London Ciki,” Malam Usman Chiroma, a resident of Mairi near the university said.
Malam Abdullahi Cirani, another resident, who live around Gidan Dambe corroborated the claim.
“We heard about 10 explosions coming from around the university.

“The explosion led to a stampede in London Ciki as residents abandoned their homes for fear of being affected,” Cirani said.
He said that most residents in the densely populated London Ciki slept in the open near the Gwange Cemetery for fear of being attacked.
But some residents of Zannari interviewed gave a different version of the incident.
Malam Lawan Modu said that the area was invaded by suspected suicide bombers who detonated their explosives in four different locations in the community.
“We had explosions in four different locations in Zannari yesterday, the first explosion happened around 10:30 pm.

“The other explosions took place within short intervals,” Modu said.
He said about 10 people were killed in the attacks.

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So many people were affected, in fact, we evacuated about 10 bodies in the morning. Several others were also injured,” Modu said.
Mr Damian Chukwu the State’s Commissioner of Police confirmed the incidents, saying that 16 persons were killed.
“All in all, 16 persons including some suicide bombers died in the multiple suicide attacks, while 13 others were injured.
“Yesterday at about 2221 hours, a male suicide bomber gained entry into the premises of UNIMAID and detonated explosive on his body near the Rapid Response Service office building.
“The bomber died while three university security personnel on duty were injured,” Chukwu said.
He said, however, that one of the injured security personnel later died at the hospital.
“One of the injured security personnel a female known as Becky Edubi later died at the hospital.
“At about 2230 hours the same night, four female suicide bombers infiltrated Zannari Community in Gwange general area.
“Two of the suicide bombers detonated explosives on their bodies in two different residential buildings killing eight persons and injuring 11 others.

“The third suicide bomber detonated his explosive in another area killing himself alone.
“The forth female suicide bomber was arrested that same night but she died as a result of injuries she had sustained,” Chukwu said.
He said that another set of bombers later returned to the university around 0408 hours in the morning.
“Today at about 0408 hours, two suspected female suicide bombers detonated explosives on their bodies within the premises of the university.
“One detonated close to the Entrepreneurship Centre killing herself alone with no other casualty, while the other detonated behind Works Department Complex also killing herself alone,” he said.
Chukwu said that the police anti-explosion unit had been mobilised to the scenes, while the injured were evacuated to hospital for medical treatment. (NAN)

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You’re Doing Your Best But That Is Not Enough, Fayose Tells Osinbajo |RN


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Governor Ayo Fayose,  of Ekiti state, says Acting President Yemi Osinbajo is doing his best to address some challenges in the country but he needs to put in more efforts.

Alleging that the Igbo have been made to “suffer forever” because of their role in the civil war, Fayose appealed to the Federal Government to be fair and just to all ethnic groups in the country.

He opposed the main objective of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), saying secession is not an option.

IPOB is in the frontline of the campaign to create an independent state for the Igbo.

According to Governor Fayose,“The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo is doing his best but that is not enough. We must remember that those who make positive change impossible make violent change inevitable. A situation where a section will be suffering forever because of their role in the civil war is not fair,” he said.

“As much as secession is not an option, the handlers of our democracy must be equitable, fair and just to everyone. The Igbo have continued to suffer because of the perceived role of Emeka Ojukwu. If we say past governments didn’t do well what has the present government done differently?

“I agree that secession is not desirable but there must be justice and equity. When people are being killed or vilified, you must expect a reaction. No region should begin to use power to oppress another. If Nigeria is truly one, it will not get to a stage that one region will openly call on another to leave its land.”

The governor said the federal government should dialogue with Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB leader, instead of using force.

Fayose accused the Buhari administration of dividing Nigeria “more than ever and it is the legitimate right of the people to agitate if they feel they are wrongly treated”. (TheCable)


Nnamdi Kanu Slams Jonathan, Describes Him As ‘Weak And Incompetent’ President



• Says ex-president should be blamed for problems

From Okey Sampson, Aba

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has slammed former President Goodluck Jonathan as the harbinger of Nigeria’s problems.

In an exclusive interview with Daily Sun, at the weekend, Kanu described Jonathan as “weak and incompetent” president who did nothing for the South East, even though the region claimed him as one of their own. To Kanu, Jonathan’s wife, Patience, would have been a better president than her husband.

“Jonathan is my uncle, yes. I was one of those who said Jonathan’s tenure was more or less an Igbo presidency; it’s on record I said that. But, he knew I never liked his regime because he was weak and incompetent.

“I don’t support evil; if you do good, I will tell you, if you do bad, I will say it the way it is; I don’t curry favours.

“He was weak, I said I wish it was aunty Patience Jonathan who was in-charge, she would have done better.

 “Look at where Jonathan dropped us today; he never finished building the East/West Road, but, he built a railway line from Abuja to Kaduna so they will love him. Who told you that if they did not love Zik, that they will love you?”

Regardless, Kanu said the North has produced good leaders, in all sectors of the economy. The Biafra leader, who said people erroneously see him as hating the North, singled out former Presidents Shehu Shagari and late Umaru Yar’Adua as two good leaders who are from the North and had made their marks in Nigeria.     

 “People think I hate the North; that’s not true, but the only thing is that I say things the way they are, I don’t know how to tell lies to curry favours. People do not know that I love (former presidents Shagari and Yar’Adua more than I love (former President, Nnamdi Azikiwe) Zik. I’m saying this because when we were young and were growing up, the only notable person that built any notable infrastructure I saw with my two eyes was Shagari. The Enugu/Igwuocha (that the white man named Port Harcourt) Expressway, was built by the National Party of Nigeria (NPN) government of Shagari and then you can travel with joy because it was smooth and very clean.

 “Now, tell me who has ever done that since after Shagari, no, tell me. Which other infrastructure will you be proud of, nobody has ever done anything again.”

The IPOB leader described late President Yar’Adua as “a good and perfect gentleman. That was why you had the agitations cooled during the time of Yar’Adua. The man was a gentleman; he knew how to deal with people. I never met both men one on one, but these are good people. I’m not saying we don’t have other good people in the North, no, we have many of them, even in the judiciary, who are nice.

But the few terrible, horrible ones won’t allow them to emerge, that’s the problem.

 Reminiscing on the conditions an Abuja High Court put forward before granting him bail, Mazi Kanu said denying him his fundamental human rights to speak and to freely associate when he has not been convicted, speaks volumes about the hopelessness of the Nigerian judiciary.

 “Denying me of fundamental human rights which I have as a human being to speak, to talk and to freely associate, when I have not been convicted, speaks volume about the hopelessness of the Nigerian judiciary. That’s how awful it is, how uncivilised it is. How dare you ask somebody not to speak?

Have I been convicted of any crime? Is there a presumption of innocence before proven guilty? If I am innocent under bail, why should you prevent me from talking?”

Kanu said he is heading to court to challenge what he described as the stringent conditions the court attached to his release.

He also said he welcomed the quit notice on Igbo in the North by Arewa youths and reiterated his call on the Igbo to return home before they are massacred like their brothers in 1966.   (The Sun)

Details of interview to come on Wednesday

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Retired MI5 Secret Agent Confesses On Deathbed, Says He Killed Princess Diana


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An 80-year-old retired MI5 agent, *John Hopkins*, has made a series of astonishing confessions since he was released from the hospital in London on Wednesday and told he has weeks to live. He claims to have been involved in 23 assassinations for the British intelligence agency between 1973 and 1999, including Princess Diana.
Mr Hopkins, who worked for M15 for 38yrs as an operative, claims he was often used as a hitman by the agency, to discreetly assassinate individuals considered a threat to the domestic security of the United Kingdom.
Trained as both a mechanical engineer and munitions expert, Mr Hopkins claims he also has extensive experience of less conventional methods of inflicting death and destruction, including chemicals and poisons.
The 80-year-old British man claims he was involved with MI5 assassinations between June 1973 and December 1999, during a period he says “the MI5 operated with less external oversight.” Hopkins says he was part of a cell of seven operatives who were trusted to carry out political assassinations across the UK. Most victims were politicians, activists, journalists and union leaders.
Mr Hopkins says Princess Diana is unique among his victims, as she is the only female he ever assassinated, as well as the only Royal. She is also the only victim that the Royal Family themselves ordered to be taken out. He claims to feel “ambivalent” about Princess Diana’s death. On the one hand, Diana was “a beautiful, kind-hearted woman” who did not deserve to have her life cut short. But according to Mr Hopkins, she was also placing the British Crown at risk: “She knew too many Royal secrets. She had a huge grudge and she was going to go public with all sorts of wild claims. My boss told me she had to die – he’d received orders directly from Prince Philip – and we had to make it look like an accident. I’d never killed a woman before, much less a princess, but I obeyed orders. I did it for Queen and country.”
The next stage of the high-level conspiracy involved the media, under tight Palace control, talking to each other to “square their stories, make sure everybody was on the same page. It was a well-run operation.” “British journalists all answer to editors who answer to oligarchs who all want knighthoods from the crime family at Buckingham Palace.
There is no free press in Britain,” said Mr Hopkins. “We got away with murder.” The 80-year-old, spending his final weeks at home, said he expects to be taken into custody following his admissions, but says “I can’t say that I care an awful lot.”
Hopkins explained that any investigation into the affair would “take forever” and be “very complicated” because there are few written records around secret MI5 activities and “most of my colleagues are already dead“. The most important witness in the case, Mr. Hopkin’s boss, died of a heart attack in “the early 2000s” and the alleged ringleader, Prince Philip will never be charged with anything, of course, Queen Elizabeth ordered Princess Diana murder says Diana’s best friend. If Prince Philip ever lets himself be analysed by a psychiatrist, I’m sure he’d be diagnosed a psychopath. He has all the dark triad traits.
Asked why he didn’t refuse the job, or expose the plot at the time, he explained “MI5 agents swear allegiance to the Crown, we can’t be impartial when it comes to the Royal family. At best I would have been done for treason, at worst Philip would have designed a grisly fate for me.” 

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I Got N6.5 From Operations, Says Lance Corporal Evan’s Accomplice

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….We are not in a hurry to charge kidnap kingpin to court —police
•••Dismiss claim by escaped victim that Police released suspect

The last may not have been heard of the unfolding saga of kidnap kingpin, Chukwudidumeme Onuamadike, aka Evans, following his startling revelation that some members of his strike team were serving security agents. One of them, a serving personnel of the Nigerian Army, identified as Lance Corporal Victor Chukwunonso, with Army No: 09/NA/64/6317, has been arrested. Unsuspecting Lance Corporal Chukwunonso, who is attached to the Nigeria Army Band Corps, Abalti Barracks, in the Surulere area of Lagos, was arrested at about 9 pm on Friday, in the Ojo area of the state, from where he was subsequently taken into police custody.
During the investigation, Chukwunonso, as reliably gathered, admitted to having only gone on three kidnap operations with Evans. He disclosed that he got a total of N6.5 million from the operations. He revealed to policemen that all the operations were carried out in Festac, Lagos. He claimed to have been given N3milion from the first operation, N2 million from the second and N1.5million from the third.
The Anambra State-born suspect also disclosed that he belonged to the Strike Force of the kidnap gang. Members of the Strike Force, he revealed, were responsible for abducting victims and taking them to an exchange camp, from where the receiving team would pick victims to their detention camps. Police sources had earlier hinted that during interrogation, Evans had made some disturbing revelations. For instance, Evans explained that he usually picked serving security agents as members of the Strike Force because of their expertise in arms handling. Ironically, he said this was in order not to shoot innocent persons during operations. How convenient! Police did not release kidnap suspects

Related: Arrested Notorious Kidnapper, Chukwudi Onuamadike Begs For Forgiveness

Meanwhile, corroborating one of the stories overleaf (about the bail granted a suspect as exclusively discovered by Sunday Vanguard) the Lagos State Police Command has debunked claims by an abducted victim who escaped from one of Evans’ detention camps in Igando, Lagos, Chief Donatus Dunu, that the Police released one of his trainees whom he allegedly gave information about him to Evans. Dunu had told policemen that he heard the voice of one of his boys identified simply as Emeka, in the detention camp where he was kept, discussing with Evans’ members.
Consequently, Emeka and another identified person were arrested. But in an interview with a television station, Dunu expressed disappointment that the Police went ahead to release Emeka in spite of the glaring pieces of evidence against him. Giving the Police position on Emeka’s release, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Administration, Dansuki Galandashi, explained that “One of Evans’ victims, Chief Donatus Dunu, who escaped from where he was kept on May 12, 2017, led policemen from this command to the hideout, where arms and ammunitions, including 59 magazines, were recovered. With the support of the Intelligence Response Team and Technical Intelligence Unit of the Police force, Evans was eventually arrested. The escaped victim, Dunu, told policemen that he suspected one of his boys, Emeka, who was subsequently arrested. “To get the records straight, Emeka and two others, Kingsley and Tochukwu, were arrested and charged to court on May 17, 2017. The suspects were remanded in prison custody for one month and two weeks, from where the court granted them bail on June 23, 2017. Before they were granted bail, Evans was arrested. We did an identification parade and they said they did not know Evans. Evans also claimed not to know any of them. Besides, Evans told investigators that members of his strike team do not know any of the detention camps. He said when they strike, they usually took victims to a place from where the receiving team came to pick them to detention camps. Since the IGP’s creed is to inspire openness, we had no choice than to charge the case to court. The court looked at the pieces of evidence and released the suspects. The Police did not release them, the court did”.

Related: How I Escaped From Evans Kidnap Cell, Kidnap Victim Recounts His Ordeal

We are not in a hurry to charge Evans to court Galadanshi also stated that the Police were not in a hurry to release Evans, inspite of calls from different quarters to do so.
He said: “Evans has been a kidnapper for a long time and has been on the wanted list of the Police in Anambra, Abuja, Enugu, Edo and Lagos States. He also has a criminal gang, some of whom have been arrested in Enugu and Lagos. But there are still more out there. Therefore, this needs a painstaking investigation. Besides, we need to understudy him as well as debrief him properly. By so doing, we intend to use his tactics to get others. He will eventually be charged to court after an investigation is concluded”. Though Galandashi confirmed that other suspected members of Evans’ gang had been arrested, aside from the six suspects that were paraded alongside Evans the penultimate week, he refused to give details on their latest arrest. He only assured that more arrests would be made.   (Vanguard)

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