This Man Who Won ‘Finland’s Got Talent’ Is Considered Most Talented Person On Earth (WATCH)

This is the only good thing about 2016. Antton Puonti was a contestant on Finland’s Got Talent, and he took home the win on Wednesday with his amazing musical talent. No, he does not use a classic musical instrument, or even his voice, but that doesn’t make him any less a musical genius! No, Antton uses his hands to make fart noises to popular songs, and it’s a breath of fresh, fart-scented air.

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Apostle Job Antwi claims sex is sweeter than anything on earth, days after his first sex.

The spokesperson of the group calling itself the Association of Virgin Pastors, Job Antwi say he regrets breaking his virginity very late.

The Man of God who tied the knot last weekend said, he never knew there was something sweet in a women until he married.

“I never knew sex is this sweet; since I was born I have not experienced this before. It is sweeter than everything, in fact I wish I can do it every day” he stated in an interview on Joy FM’s Weekend City show.

Recounting his first experience, Apostle Antwi said he nearly cried because he didn’t want to disappoint his newly wife.

But, he said his wife whom he claimed is experienced sexually, assisted him to navigate his way through the ‘Garden of Eden’ very easily.

“My wife has dated before and has experience so she taught me how to do it. I love my wife than every lady on this earth” he stressed.

Job Antwi maintained that, he is still anointed and powerful even after breaking his virginity since he is lawfully married.

“If you marry in the Lord and you sleep with a woman, God likes it so still the power of God is upon me” he stated.

Apostle Antwi who described himself as a patron of the Virgin pastors said he will soon announce the new president of the group.

Britain Is Most Corrupt Country On Earth, Says Mafia Expert, Roberto Saviano

He has spent more than a decade exposing the murderous criminal underworld of the Italian Mafia, but journalist Roberto Saviano believes that Britain is the most corrupt country in the world.

The author of international bestsellers Gomorra and ZeroZeroZero,  has lived under police protection since publically denouncing members of the Camorra, a powerful Neopolitan  organised crime syndicate, in 2006.

On Saturday he made a rare historic appearance at the Hay Literary Festival flanked by several security guards.

He warned the audience in Hay-on-Wye that financial institutions were allowing ‘criminal capitalism’ to thrive through offshore holdings. And he warned that a vote to leave the European Union would leave Britain even more exposed to the organized crime.

“If I asked you what is the most corrupt place on Earth you might tell me well it’s Afghanistan, maybe Greece, Nigeria, the South of Italy and I will tell you it’s the UK,” he said.

“It’s not the bureaucracy, it’s not the police, it’s not the politics but what is corrupt is the financial capital. 90 per cent of the owners of capital in London have their headquarters offshore.

“Jersey and the Cayman’s are the access gates to criminal capital in Europe and the UK is the country that allows it. That is why it is important why it is so crucial for me to be here today and to talk to you because I want to tell you , this is about  you, this is about your life, this is about your government.

“Leaving the EU means allowing this to take place. It means allowing the Qatari societies, the Mexican cartels, the Russia Mafia to gain even more power and HSBC has paid £2 billion Euros in fines to the US government, because it confessed that it had laundered money coming from the cartels and the Iranian companies. We have proof, we have evidence.”

Credit: Telegraph

Why Nigerians, Ghanaians, Mexicans, Columbians Are The Happiest People On Earth

Again, Nigerians have been listed as some of the happiest people on earth. According to research, the more people in a country have a particular gene, the happier the nation will be.

According to a new study published in the Journal of Happiness Studies and first reported by Fiona Macrae, Science Editor for The Daily Mail UK, the genetic material that is Deoxy ribo-Nucleic Acid (DNA) in question, the FAAH gene, makes a protein that affects feelings of pleasure and pain. People with a particular version of it tend to be cheerier souls.

However, wealth and health were found to have little effect on happiness. The more people in a country who have a variety of the FAAH gene, the happier that nation tends to be, according to new research from Varna University, Bulgaria.

The researchers said what they found could help explain why some of the world’s poorest nations are also the happiest.

According to the study, Ghana, Nigeria, Mexico and Columbia all came out near the top in the happiness league and all three sported high rates of the gene.

In contrast, the peoples of Iraq, Jordan, Hong Kong, China were among the least likely to rate themselves as ‘very happy’ and also had the lowest levels of the gene.

The team from Bulgaria and Hong Kong looked at whether there was a link between levels of the FAAH gene in a population and number of people who said they were ‘very happy’ in global study of life satisfaction.

An earlier study of more than 65 countries published 2003 in the UK’s New Scientist magazine showed that the happiest people in the world live in Nigeria – and the least happy, in Romania.

People in Latin America, Western Europe and North America are happier than their counterparts in Eastern Europe and Russia.

According to the study, Nigeria has the highest percentage of happy people followed by Mexico, Venezuela, El Salvador and Puerto Rico, while Russia, Armenia and Romania have the fewest.

But factors that make people happy may vary from one country to the next with personal success and self-expression being seen as the most important in the United States (U.S.), while in Japan, fulfilling the expectations of family and society is valued more highly.

The survey appears to confirm the old adage that money cannot buy happiness.

Credit: Guardian



Participate In The Climate Games Nigeria Competition And Win Cash And Prizes Worth N150,000

The Climate Games Nigeria competition is organized by the Heinrich Boell Foundation and is open to all interested persons.

The competition is aimed at inspiring young Nigerians to discuss climate change and adaptation solutions as they affect them in their lives as the Global Climate Talks tagged COP21 takes place in Paris, France from 30th November to 6th December, creating a debate that links the global climate talks to Nigerian reality.

To participate, individuals should send in an entry of a short story (1000 words maximum), short video (3 minutes maximum) or a picture story that shows the effect of climate change in their environment around any of these four themes:

  1. Flooding
  2. Desertification
  3. Erosion
  4. Gas flaring

The winner of the competition wins an all-expenses paid trip to participate in and speak at the Abuja Climate March on 30th November, 2015, have their entry published on the website of the Heinrich Boell Foundation and win a cash prize of N50,000.

The more creative and informative your entry is, the higher your chances of winning.

The competition runs from 10th – 22nd November, 2015.

All entries should be sent to

For more details, call 0809 990 5175 or visit

NASA Finds ‘Earth’s Bigger, Older Cousin’ “Earth 2.0”

Astronomers hunting for another Earth have found the closest match yet, a potentially rocky planet circling its star at the same distance as the Earth orbits the Sun, NASA has said.

Named Kepler 452b, the planet is about 60 percent larger than Earth. It could have active volcanoes, oceans and sunshine like ours, twice as much gravity and a year that lasts 385 days, scientists said on Thursday.

“Today we are announcing the discovery of an exoplanet that, as far we can tell, is a pretty good close cousin to the Earth and our Sun,” said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington.

“This is about the closest so far, and I really emphasize the ‘so-far,’” he added, describing Kepler 452b as “the closest twin,” or “Earth 2.0.”

The planet was detected by the US space agency’s Kepler Space Telescope, which has been hunting for other worlds like ours since 2009.

This planet sits squarely in the Goldilocks zone – where life could exist because it is neither too hot nor too cold to support liquid water, the US space agency said.

“Today the Earth is a little less lonely,” said Jon Jenkins, Kepler data analysis lead scientist at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.

Kepler 452b’s star is 1.5 billion years older, four percent more massive and 10 percent brighter than our sun