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Drama as lecturer catches his wife and his student at hotel room (Photos)

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A Kenyan lecturer became furious and disappointed when he nabbed his wife having an affair with a student at a local hotel.

It was gathered that the man has been hearing of wife’s infidelity but there was no way to prove it, however, on one fateful day he got information that she was with her lover in a hotel room.

The lecturer stormed the hotel in Mosoriot, Nandi and caught her red-handed with a student simply known as Brian.

Local media reports that the man said his wife did not sleep at home the previous night while the young boy has been absent from regular classes during the day.

The young student is said to be studying at Kenyan Medical Training College where the lecturer works.

After catching them red-handed, the lecturer shamed called the attention of people and shamed his wife by taking photos and videos of them.

A photo which surfaced online showed Brian in only his underwear as he did not have time to put on his clothes when the lecturer barged into the room.

Whereas the man’s wife covered her face in shame when he kept trying to show her face on camera and berated her for her disloyalty.

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Lady slams Nigerian men abroad who go to village to find wives, calls them abusers

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Chidera Ochuagu, a Nigerian lady has made a bold claim about Nigerian men abroad.

She claimed that Nigerian men who leave their countries of residence and travel to their villages to find wives are “creeps and abusers.”

Ochuagu, who described herself as a ‘feminist, queer, atheist’, stated this via Twitter on Sunday, December 4, 2022.

“Men who leave their countries of residence and go to other countries specifically to find a woman to marry are creeps, abusers, and highly misogynistic.

“You can say that about Nigerian men who live abroad coming back to their village or villages in Nigeria to find a wife because the women in the UK or Germany Or America are “too eye open”.

“Those men are abusers and creeps and they have NOTHING but hate and violence to offer women,” she tweeted.

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DJ Cuppy shares lovey-dovey moment with Ryan Taylor (Photos)

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Florence Otedola, the Nigerian disc jockey better known as DJ Cuppy, and Ryan Taylor, the UK boxer, were out on a date together.

The duo have been in the public eye in the past weeks since a video surfaced of Cuppy getting a ring from Taylor in what is believed to be a marriage proposal.

They also shared a kiss in the midst of a crowd and in the background of ‘Marry You’, a song by Bruno Mars.

In a post on her Instagram page on Monday, the ‘Gelato’ crooner shared pictures of herself and Taylor having fun in the United Arab Emirates.

The pair shared intimate moments while having drinks and dancing.

In the caption of the posts, the DJ described Taylor as her “soulmate”.

“Soulmates are two people who bumped into one another and said, ‘There you are’,” she wrote.

Ryan also shared the pictures on his Instagram story with the caption: “CertiCuppyDatttt”.

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Study shows that women can spot a cheating man just by looking at him

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Infidelity and cheating are a big deal in most relationships and marriages, but how can you tell that your spouse is cheating on you?

According to a 2012 study, women are likely to gauge correctly when a man is unfaithful.

34 men and 34 women participated in the study and were asked to score the faithfulness of 189 Caucasian adults from their pictures.

The researchers found that the female participants were better able to distinguish between those who were faithful and those who weren’t when they compared their responses to the 189 people’s self-reported sexual histories.

They noted in the paper,” We provide the first evidence that faithfulness judgments, based solely on facial appearance, have a kernel of truth.”

According to a study that was published in the journal Biology Letters, Men, didn’t seem to know anything. The researchers discovered that men frequently assumed attractive, feminine women were unfaithful.

Women, on the other hand, based their judgment on how masculine – not attractive the men looked.

The conclusion of this study is in relationships, women are more likely to know when their partners are unfaithful than men.

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