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‘Stuning Stories of Nollywood Actors’ Sex Scene’



By Benjamin Njoku

‘Sex sells’ is the slogan everywhere. It’s what cements the human relationship. But it also serves a non-procreative purpose. Nollywood like every other movie industry across the world thrives on it. In fact, lovers of Nigerian movies look forward to watching sex scenes, even the aged enjoy feasting on it.

As a result,  many producers today are going out of their way to incorporate ‘sex scenes’  in their movies. Not just because they want to convey a message to the audience, but beyond that, they want their movies to be hot and controversial so as to enjoy equal attention in the competitive market. But come to think of it, while it’s unarguable that soft-porn movies are thriving here, most famous ‘sex scenes’ in real Nollywood movies aren’t actually that sexy and tempting.

Sometimes, it’s natural that I will blush—Leo Mezie
Leo Mezie

Some actors who shared their experiences shooting sex scenes  with HVP, argued that it isn’t what you think it is. According to Nollywood hunk, Leo Mezie, “filming a sex scene is like any other scene on set.” “Remember you are surrounded by all the entire crew, so there is no way as a professional you would want to think otherwise, rather than focusing on delivering your lines. Besides, the room you are filming the sex scene is flooded with light, so, you can  imagine how hot it would be. It’s even inconvenient for you let alone…” Mezie enthused. Though the handsome actor says, he has never had any particular experience, he, however,  admits that ‘sometimes,  it’s natural that I will blush.’ I might over act if I’m paired with someone I’m dating—Nazareth Jesse

            Nazareth Jesse Bako

Sharing her own experience, actress Nazareth Jesse said, if she’s paired with someone whom she doesn’t  has  strong feelings for him, there is the possibility that she wouldn’t  be carried away on set. “I don’t get carried away or lose control whenever I’m  acting romantic roles. This is because you might find yourself with someone whom you don’t have strong feelings for even though you have to make it real.” “But that consciousness that people are behind the scene keeps you alert not to lose control over yourself but in a situation whereby you are in same scene with someone you are dating, you might also over act based on the mutual feelings you have for each other. I still think acting should be professionally handle while private affairs should stay private,” said Nazareth Jesse. Some of the romantic movies she has featured in, included, “Most wanted Nurses”, “ Tears for the Poor” , “ Box of Hope” and “Le7ki Sugar Mummy’s.”
I hardly do love scenes—Segun Arinze
On his own, Segun Arinze said, he doesn’t like  to  act love scenes even though, he has done some  in the past. “I don’t get carried away while acting love scene. According to  him, he was once paired with the likes of Kate Henshaw, Genevieve Nnaji, Stella Damasus among others. “ We were all very professional,” Arinze said. I don’t feel anything when I’m shooting romantic scene—Micheal Isokpan For handsome actor, Micheal Isokpan, remaining focus is the panacea. According to him, “It’s a thing of the mind, if you don’t put  your mind there, there is no way something quite embarrassing would popped up while you are shooting a sex scene. More over, an entire crew watches and a director  tells you  what to do. I can’t be foolish to drop down while acting romantic scene,” he said.


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Education crisis widening social gaps in Nigeria, others –World Bank




The World Bank Group has warned that the education crisis in Nigeria is currently widening the social inclusion gaps in the country .

The group said this in its World Development Report for 2018 titled “Learning to Realise Education ’s Promise ” which was presented in Abuja on Wednesday .

The event was attended by the Minister Finance , Mrs . Kemi Adeosun , her counterpart in the Education Ministry , Adamu Adamu , and major stakeholders in the education sector .

The bank in the report called for greater action and coordination of the education sector to achieve the objectives of poverty reduction.

It said millions of young students in low and middle -income countries face the prospect of lost opportunities and lower wages in the future because their primary and secondary schools were failing to educate them to succeed in life .

Warning of a ‘learning crisis’ in global education , the World Bank report said schooling without learning was not just a wasted development opportunity but also a great injustice to children and young people worldwide.

Without learning , it said education would fail to deliver on its promise to eliminate extreme poverty and create shared opportunity and prosperity for all .

The report observed that even after several years in school , millions of children could not read , write or do basic mathematics .

This learning crisis , according to the report , is widening social gaps instead of narrowing them .

It added that young students disadvantaged by poverty, conflict, gender or disability got to adulthood without even the most basic skills of life .

The World Bank Group said like in Kenya , Tanzania, and Uganda “where third grade students find it difficult to make a sentence ,” evidence had shown that in Nigeria , when fourth grade students were asked to complete a simple two- digit subtraction problem , more than three – quarter could not solve it.

It said , “The diagnosis in this World Development Report may make for disheartening reading , but it should not be interpreted as saying that all is lost – only that too many young people are not getting the education they need .

“Learning shortfalls eventually show up as weak skills in the workforce , making it less likely that young people will find good- paying , satisfying jobs .

“But change is possible , if systems commit to learning , drawing on examples of families , educators, communities , and systems that have made real progress . ”


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New study finds that 78% of black fathers are unmarried




A new study has found that most black fathers are unmarried and this revelation has led to a coversation online.

The study carried out by the Centers For Disease Control reveals that more than 3/4 of all Black fathers are not married. The study also found that 72% of Black men have had children by age 44. But only 27% of African American fathers were ever married to the child’s mother. That number applies irrespective of the race of the child’s mother.

The study goes on to point out that 78% of Black men with kids fathered at least one child outside of marriage.

Past studies have pointed out the high percentage of unwed Black mothers. The new study pointing out the percentage of unwed fathers exposes a crisis among Black men and social media activists are concerned by the high percentage of unwed fathers.

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IVF made easy: Scientists create device to identify strongest sperm




Scientists from Cornell University have created a device that will help doctors identify the strongest sperm to be used for in-vitro fertilization.

The result of the research was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

Alireza Abbaspourrad, Cornell’s Yongkeun Joh assistant professor of food chemistry and ingredient technology, said conventional methods of separating motile sperm is tedious and takes hours.

The device takes advantage of sperm’s ability to go against the flow — a process called rheotaxis. It has a microfluidic channel through which the sperm swim and a microscopic corral — shaped like a “C” — with a retaining wall that attracts the strongest swimmers.

“The older method is tedious, time-consuming and not efficient. It’s the time that laboratory technicians and physicians expend that makes the process expensive,” Abbaspourrad said.

“With this method, it’s five minutes instead of several hours.”

Soon Hon Cheong, Ph.D., assistant professor at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine, and Meisam Zaferani, a doctoral student in chemistry, also worked on the device.

“Here, we took advantage of sperm’s natural tendency to redirect against fluid flow, once the sperm reach a certain velocity,” said Cheong.

“Once the sperm detect interference, they can use it to swim upstream. That’s when we can trap them. We could separate the good sperm from the not-so-strong in a reasonably elegant way. We are able to fine-tune our selection process.”

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