Says the 2011 graduate of Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma in Edo State, South-South Nigeria: “I’m a bi-sexual edo girl who loves fun..i need friendships that will last and interesting people to share my life with...” Joy, who is from Ekpoma, discloses that she is in a relationship that is “complicated.” On her favourite quotation she writes: “I Love men and women..and out of the bedroom...” She then begs: “pls call me so i can find s’one real....” In one post, she writes: “Hey Guys, I’m a 25 year old bi-sexual Benin girl serving as a corper in one of the military hospitals in Lagos.I’m fun, outgoing, and ready for some action with both men and women. I work as a biomedical laboratory assistant people!
If you want to contact me, do so on 08038131651 or 07051239618. " And here’s what she has to say on another wall: “Joy Iyangbe-Okonofua: Hey Guys, I’m a 25 year old bi-sexual Benin girl serving as a corper in one of the military hospitals in Lagos.
If you want to contact me, do so on 08038131651 or 07051239618. " https:// Joy’s boldness in coming out to the open with her weird sexual life has elicited varying responses.
The military ruled Nigeria between 19 and from 1983 to 1999, but if anything, corruption was worse when they were in charge since they had a habit of killing anyone threatening to expose them.
In essence, 80 per cent of the country’s substantial oil revenues go to the government, which disburses cash to individual governors and hundreds of their cronies, so effectively these huge sums remain in the hands of a mere 1 per cent of the Nigerian population.
Nigeria suffers from what economists call the ‘resource curse’ — the paradox that developing countries with an abundance of natural reserves tend to enjoy worse economic growth than countries without minerals and fuels.