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Rwanda, 2016

Women with disability decry rise in sexual violence


Amended: 2016-05-09T12:30


Women and girls with disabilities continue to suffer sexual assaults leading to exposure to sexually transmitted infections especially HIV/Aids, early and unwanted pregnancies.

The sexual assaults have been perpetuated by their caretakers, neighbours, colleagues and sometimes unknown people who find them on the road and take advantage of their disabilities.

“Women and girls with disabilities have continued to suffer sexual violence, their dependence has made them prone, many visually impaired girls face it when their parents leave them with people to offer them assistance,” said Umuraza Mathilda, the chairperson for Rwanda National Organisation of women with disabilities.

Mukarugwiza Thereza is a little person, with multiple disabilities, someone took advantage of her and made her pregnant, she now lives with her child whom she has to fend for.

The disability organisations complain of almost no response on the issue from the authorities, as they claim the perpetrators are not sufficiently followed up for prosecution.

Louis Busingye, the programmes co-ordinator at human rights first Rwanda, said it is true they have witnessed a growing trend of cases of women with disabilities who have been discriminated against and others who have been sexually assaulted.

“We have recorded many cases so far, the process of helping them access justice has not been easy, but we have pushed for some cases to be tried in courts of law, a lot more needs to be done,” he said. The police spokesperson, Celestine Twahirwa said they have encountered some cases, but “the issue is not rampant to cause alarm, these are isolated cases,” he said.

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Saudi Arabia, 2016

Saudi Arabia executed 157 in 2015, sets record since 1995


Amended: 2016-02-09T10:30


Saudi Arabia has carried out 157 executions in 2015, most of which were beheading by sword. This is a record of the most capital punishments conducted in a single year since 1995.

The figure is second only to that of the year 1995 when the government in Riyadh executed 192 people. The Associated Press cited the latest reports by the Amnesty International as its source.

In more recent years, between 79 and 90 people lost their lives annually for “nonlethal offenses, such as drug-related ones.”

According to a November report released by Amnesty, about 40 percent of the total number of executions in 2015 – at least 63, including 45 foreign nationals -- were for drug-related crimes. The figure was less than four percent in 2010.

"Foreign nationals, mostly migrant workers from developing countries, are particularly vulnerable as they typically lack knowledge of Arabic and are denied adequate translation during their trials,” said the rights group.

According to an August report, over 2,000 people were executed by Saudi Arabia between 1985 and 2013, half of whom were foreigners.

“Trials in capital cases are often held in secret and defendants rarely have access to lawyers. People may be convicted solely on the basis of ‘confessions’ obtained under torture, other ill-treatment or deception,” added the London-based rights group.

Saudi authorities do not spare people with mental disabilities from the death penalty. Moreover, most executions are performed in public places and in some cases decapitated bodies are left hanging in public squares as a “deterrent,” the report further said.

Riyadh has been under fire for having one of the world’s highest execution rates. Under the Saudi law, apostasy, armed robbery, drug trafficking, rape, and murder all carry the death penalty.

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Nigeria, 2016

The Rage of Local Sexual Enhancers


Amended: 2016-01-25T09:28

The link between entertainment and alcohol/drug abuse is becoming increasingly connected in recent times, a worrying trend for medical personnel especially as the cases of complications from addiction have been on a constant rise across the country and worldwide. In Nigeria, the increased popularity and indiscriminate usage of local enhancement drinks like Opa Eyin, Afato, Ponkriyon, Burantashi, among others have become a major concern for many. In fact, so popular is Ponkriyon that Olamide, one of the biggest names in the Nigerian music scene, sang about it recently.

‘E funmi l’eja e je ki n yan’, t’ori mo ti mu pokriyon, (please give me fish to roast, because I have taken pokriyon), were the lyrics of his lines in the song.

Another Nigerian musician, who spoke under condition of anonymity, said that the importance of alcohol, drugs, and ‘enhancement’ herbal mixtures to his colleagues could not be over emphasised.

“You people do not understand the enormous responsibilities we shoulder. As artistes or entertainers, we have to ‘appear’ happy at all times to our fans and keep them happy. Most of the most sought after artistes are depressed or undergoing one form of challenge or the other but we must appear to be ‘living our dreams’ to our fans. Yes, it may be a façade but that is why it is called ‘show business’.

“Let me give you an example. In a typical month, I travel out of Lagos like five or six times. During such trips, in between flight delays, locating hotels, sound checks and media tours, most of the time, one rarely finds time to eat. At the same time, our fans always want the best performance. To achieve this, we find solace in alcohol and spirits. Also, we cannot be said to be lacking in sex, since in most of our songs, we portray the alpha male status. This is where Ponkriyon, Fodo, Afato and the likes come in. It has never failed me”, he said.

Renowned Nigerian trumpeter and music act, Victor Abimbola Olaiya, in an interview with YES magazine, shared his opinion on why most male musicians cannot stay away from women and alcohol. He said most musicians believe that they need alcohol, sex with women or hard drugs to put them in the mood during performance.

The legend said, “It’s a question of habit. It’s a very bad habit which they copied from somewhere, which I cannot describe.

“Musicians believe that for you to be able to be in the mood, you must have to do certain things, but it’s a wrong belief. I do not take anything to put me in the mood for recording or performing. Not marijuana or cigarette. I don’t take anything. I go to the studio solo. Over the years, I did not drink. It’s only nowadays that I started taking some shots of wine. I don’t smoke, but I am with the company of the opposite sex,” he said.

Another artiste, who simply identified himself as ‘Mike’, said, “Though I am against indiscriminate drinking, it is an occupational norm to be predisposed to alcohol, drugs, women and sex in this business. Most of today’s new era music glorifies the aforementioned. However, controlled drinking is the key. For a mainstream Nigerian artiste, club gigs are a regular occasion and such artistes are normally entitled to some free drinks. Over time, one gets used to this lifestyle and if care isn’t taken, it shapes one’s behaviour. Our female fans are also in awe of our status and want to be seen with or around us whenever the opportunity presents itself. In order to ‘perform’, one must rise to the occasion. However, like I said earlier, moderation is the key word”.

Last week, a young man in his late thirties, popularly known as Oluaye at the Odo Ona Elewe area of Ibadan, apparently trying to ‘rise’ to the occasion, allegedly died from a supposed herbal mixture overdose. He was said to be addicted to Afato, Opa Eyin and other mixtures of the like which, according to residents in his area, he claimed helped him dominate his women in bed.

Oluaye was said to always rely on the enhancement mixtures and was often seen with numerous women. In fact, respondents claimed that his sexual prowess was a generally discussed topic. His death, last week, came as a shocker to as many who heard about it because, as claimed, he looked healthy. Friday Treat’s investigations however revealed that Oluaye had collapsed during one of his many sexual bouts. Sadly, he was said to have died while been rushed to the hospital.

While the enhancement drugs could not be verified at press time to be responsible for Oluaye’s death, medical personnel have at various times, warned about the indiscriminate usage of unlicensed nor clinically tested herbal enhancers which have become very popular.

Doctor Tope Akinola, who practices at the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan in a chat with Friday Treat said that the daily usage of such herbal purifiers/enhancers could be potentially dangerous to human health.

According to him, “The pharmacokinetics and dynamics of such mixtures are not known nor quantified. Most of these people take it every day and at the end of the day, the kidneys and liver are overworked. At the end of the day, the organs fail. Many people are affected today but only the cases of prominent people or entertainers get to the media. Recently, one of my patients, who liked all these mixtures suddenly discovered his skin was turning pale white. After thorough medical examinations, it was discovered that the sexual enhancer/herbal mixture that he mixed with a certain energy drink had affected his blood and bone marrow. People must really be careful with all these mixtures being peddled by women who claim to be herbal experts.”

sexual enhancer


Amended: 2016-06-25T09:23

Another fertility doctor in Abuja who spoke under condition of anonymity said, “Recently, I have had more patients who complain of being unable to achieve erection. Many of these patients, after cross examination, reveal that they had, at one point, relied on Agbo Jedi, or Opa Eyin or whatever they are called to impress their women. Little did they know that after years of such use, the body gets used to such mixtures and would need even stronger mixture to do what was achieved before. So when they fail to achieve erection, we discover varying degrees of penile blood vessel damage among others. I have also discovered that our Nollywood movies and music videos encourage the use of such drugs to withstand multiple sexual partners. It is a dangerous trend that must be addressed.”

While doctors may be discouraging the use of herbal performance enhancers/flushers, many of its sellers are smiling to the bank. Iya Abass, as she is called in the Ring Road area of Ibadan where she sells her wares in front of a popular club, told Friday Treat that her herbal mixtures were ‘traditionally certified’ to cure and enhance its user.

“My grandmother taught my mother and my mother taught me”, she said excitedly. “I sell Okpa Eyin, Afato, Eruku flusher, Fodo, among others depending on what the customer wants. I have been selling this for years with no complaints. Men constitute 95 per cent of our customers and most times, they want to flush their systems or enhance sexual prowess.

Tongkat ali is a hormonal modulator; as a rule of thumb, unless one ingests huge over dosages of hormonal products, one doesn't feel hormones (except thyroid). I have used growth hormone over months, and I did get the edema that is a typical side effect, but I never felt anything from growth hormone. I also didn't feel anything different during growth hormone off cycles. Growth hormone has likely been the most expensive placebo I ever tried.

When athletes take small amounts of testosterone or anabolic steroids, they will not effect higher net levels of testosterone. What happens instead is this: first the body will stop its own production of testosterone (leading to testicular athtophy = balls as small as marbles, penises the size of matchsticks... not quite that small, but not much bigger than the size of cigarettes). Furthermore, the hypothalamus will have every weapon in its arsenal kick in to counteract testosterone levels it considers too high.

Tongkat ali 1:50 and 1:200 extracts were pioneered by the Medan, Indonesia company Sumatra Pasak Bumi. These products have been on the market for more than 10 years, and have been successful and, most of all, proven safe. Nowadays, it is easy to find out which products are fake, and which are genuine. Just do a Google search for tongkat ali scams or tongkat ali cheats. [1] [2] [3]

In fact, I have a mixture which can make a man perform for two hours. My mixtures cost from around N50 to N1000. Even bankers, lawyers buy from me in bottles because they don’t like to sit by the road side. But my major patrons are club boys and fun seekers. In fact, some women now buy for their men when they hear the testimonies of their female friends who feel our impact from their boyfriends”.

She also said she makes about N5,000 to N10,000 on a daily basis.

In a rich world, a persons value depends on attractiveness and youth. If you are rich and older, just invest in destruction. The poorer the world, the less does your value depend on youth.

Let's look at age 100 first, and tackle age 200 later on. To reach age 100, you need the proper testosterone balance. You cannot achieve this with testosterone replacement therapy. That is why tongkat ali and butea superba are so important.


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