Map Ranks Pakistan Best At Gay Porn, See What Nigeria Is Ranked For

New map has “revealed” what every country is best at, throwing up some shocking pair up that will leave some countries “red in the face”. For instance, the map ranks Pakistan as best at gay porn and Honduras for murder, while Libya is in for fat child.

Nigeria, often ranked for undesirable things, however, claims a positive spot, ranking for… wait for it… Scrabble players.

The United Kingdom is for the billionaires, Togo for unhappiness, and Sudan beats Nigeria to rank for oil dependency.

According to the map, Zimbabwe is best at languages (sorry, Robert Mugabe), South Africa shows up with death and Swaziland for HIV.

The map is designed and published by Information Is Beautiful, a visual website “dedicated to distilling the world’s data, information and knowledge into beautiful, interesting and, above all, useful visualisations, infographics and diagrams”.

The map, entitled “International number ones… because every country is best at something”, relies on data from the CIA, the World Bank, UN, Bloomberg and Forbes, among others.


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Lagos Emerges Best Security, Safety Conscious State In Africa

Lagos State Government has emerged  as the Best Security and Most Safety Conscious State in Africa.

At the award ceremony held in Johannesburg, South Africa and put together by the Security Watch Africa (SWA), the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of Lagos State Police Command also bagged the Best Anti-crime Police Squad in West Africa, while the RRS Commander, ACP Olatunji Disu took home the award of the Most Outstanding Police Operational Officer in West Africa.

The awards were presented to officials of the state government at the 2016 lecture series of SWA organized in partnership with Security Institute for Governance and Leadership in Africa (SIGLA) and the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.

The lecture, which had the theme: “Tackling Security Challenges In Africa’s Land and Maritime Domains,” was well attended by security experts and officials from across Africa.

Lagos State and its officials, according to organizers of the awards, were honoured in recognition of the outstanding efforts and achievements in securing residents, especially the massive improvement on security architecture of the State.

While receiving the award for the State on behalf of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Tunji Bello, thanked the organisers for recognising Lagos State, saying that it was gratifying to note that the efforts of government on security were appreciated.

He said ever since emerging as Governor of Lagos State, Mr Ambode has made safety and security one of the focal objectives of his administration as he believes that there cannot be any development in the absence of security.


Best Beyoncé Halloween Costume Yet? (SEE PHOTOS)

Thought you had the perfect Beyoncé costume all lined up for Halloween? Well, think again. Kylie Rae Brooks the 5 years old, who killed the Lemonade-inspired getup, rocks an all-black outfit, a string of necklaces, and a wide-brimmed hat, obviously referencing the singer’s “Formation” look.

While the posts have garnered a lot of attention from the beehive, Diana admits her obsession didn’t happen overnight. As an avid Destiny’s Child fan herself, Diana told BuzzFeed News she got her daughter hooked on Beyoncé’s music at a young age. “I thought it would just be a phase, but to this day, her love for her just grew,” she said. Long story short, they slayed.

FIN ? #KylieRaeBrooks


Love Drought #KylieRaeBrooks


Ya'll haters corny... #KylieRaeBrooks


Hold up, they don't love you like I love you! #KylieRaeBrooks


Pumpkin patch field trip #KylieRaeBrooks ?

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White Girls Can’t Dance? This Is Probably The Best Choreography To Yemi Alade’s “Koffi Anan”

And the norm says white girls can’t dance and I’m here wondering what went wrong here or whether these ones painted white on their body.

The choreography is totally off the hook and even Yemi Alade had to post it on her IG. Watch the dance on her IG post below:

9 Best Compliments You Can Give A Woman

1. A Sweet Thought

‘I want my daughter to turn out like you.’ Told to me by two different men, one of whom I consider my professional mentor and one of the main reasons I got into the line of work I did. This was in my early 20s, when I was earnest, relatively vice-free and full of promise. The daughters in question were young teenagers. Haven’t heard it lately, but I always thought of this as the highest compliment.”

— Caroline Zelonka

2. The Line From a Book

“This is an excerpt from a book — Looking For Alaska (2005) by John Green.

‘I wanted so badly to lie down next to her on the couch, to wrap my arms around her and sleep. Not f*ck, like in those movies. Not even have sex. Just sleep together in the most innocent sense of the phrase. But I lacked the courage and she had a boyfriend and I was gawky and she was gorgeous and I was hopelessly boring and she was endlessly fascinating. So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking thatif people were rain, I was drizzle and she was hurricane.

Wouldn’t you give anything to have a guy think about you like that?”

— Surabhi Sinha

3. Double Take

“As I was walking towards the car I thought, ‘Who’s that pretty blonde woman?‘”

“My husband said that today. He’d gone into a store to buy something. Really, after 42 years? Amazing.”

— Cyndi Perlman Fink

4. The Strawberry Slush Metaphor

“A friend of mine once said to me: ‘You know the 10 minutes just after you’ve had a strawberry slush? The feeling is similar to having Saniya in your life.‘ I think it’s one of my all-time favorite compliments, because it was extremely personalized. Because I have a sweet tooth. Like, a really, really sweet tooth. The kind where my remains can be identified by my dental records. And like a 5-year-old, I love those sugary, syrupy things — the strawberry slush.

It’s a compliment that makes me smile to this day. Maybe I’ll have strawberry slush tonight. And give myself a sugar high. Those are fun.”

— Saniya Bhutta

5. Personality Counts

“I had a boyfriend once who said, ‘I think I could have fun in HELL with you.‘”

— Madeleine Bolger

6. Better Than Mom

“Guy: ‘You cook better than my mom does!‘”

— Vinod Vadakkadath

7. When You Feel Comfortable

“‘With you, I can just be myself.

This is the best compliment a human being can get. To let go and just be you and be loved by who you are.”

— Sofia Ferreira

8. Words From a Stranger

“One was strangely from a guy moving me out of my place. He was packing my whole house — art, books, CDs, cookware, etc. And he looks at me and smiles and shakes his head. ‘What?’ I asked. Then he says, ‘Whatever man is lucky enough to end up with you, I know one thing. He will never be bored.‘”

— Laura Parker

9. A Much-Deserved Compliment

“‘Without her, I could have never raised you two like I did.‘ My father to me about mother on the occasion of my sister graduating out of med school. My mother worked full time supporting our (me and my sister) education till grad school, for which we all are very grateful to her.”

— Siddharth Ahluwalia


I Did My Best For Jonathan, Mu’azu Cries Out Amid Party Crisis

The national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Adamu Mu’azu, has defended his leadership of the party despite the PDP’s recent loss at the polls, saying he did his best to save President Goodluck Jonathan from defeat.
Mr. Mu’azu broke his silence as the ruling party faces a crisis that follows the disastrous election outing, with many senior members of the party blaming him for the loss, and demanding his resignation.

Writing on his Twitter handle Tuesday, Mr. Mu’azu said those accusing him of not doing his best for Mr. Jonathan were “economical with the truth”.

He said he had remained in the PDP since 1999 “as a matter of principle and strong ideology”.

“I gave my best and all to the campaign of Mr. President and the party. We went to every state in Nigeria to campaign.

“In the face of abuse, insult and open ridicule by our friends and brothers we supported our leader President Jonathan faithfully,” Mr. Mu’azu, a former governor of Bauchi State, said.

The PDP spokesperson, Olisa Metuh, had on Monday said the leadership of the party was sidelined during the campaigns for Mr. Jonathan, while overzealous members preached hate and helped raise the popularity of Muhammadu Buhari, the eventual winner of the presidential polls.

There were reports during the electioneering campaigns that Mr. Mu’azu threatened to resign as Chairman if the PDP campaign continued with its hate speech against Mr. Buhari and the north.

Tweeting Tuesday, Mr. Mu’azu said “the perception of President Jonathan and our party in the north was at an all-time low because of the lies they were told by politicians”.

“Those who blame us for not delivering maximum votes to the president in the north seem to have forgotten that it’s the people who vote,” he said.

Mr. Mu’azu said if the opportunity presents itself again, he would support Mr. Jonathan, adding however that, “I have always preached against ethnicity and tribalism and the voting pattern in the election was a concern to me personally. “If I had my way, everyone in my state ‘Bauchi’ would have voted for President Jonathan but it’s the people that vote not me.

“The unity of Nigeria to me is greater than sectional or ethnic interests. I can never regret supporting our leader President Jonathan,” he said.

The PDP Chairman said if the party is to be reformed, solution to its problems should be found. He said those pointing accusing fingers at the leadership of the party are not helping it.

On the allegations that the NWC he heads betrayed Mr. Jonathan during the election, Mr. Mu’azu said “some even ridiculed and insulted us that we betrayed President Jonathan. How can one betray himself?”