God has given me strength to sexually satisfy my wives” – 88 year old man with 97 wives brags 9ja

  1. An 88-year-old man from Niger State, Bello Abubakar Masaba, with 97 wives and about 190 children, has said that he is able to meet his wives’ sexual needs because “God has given (him) the power and strength.”
  2. Masaba, an Islamic scholar and healer, was detained in 2008 for failing the keep the Sharia Law of not marrying more than 4 wives, told newsmen over the weekend in Bida, Niger State that every time he comes across a new ‘Miss Right’, he marries her.
  3. “In his wisdom, God has given me the power and strength to give them the sexual portion they need. If I didn’t satisfy them, they would leave,” the octogenarian said to Daily Post.
  4. Masaba failed to obey the order by the Sharia Court, which said that he should let go of 82 of the 86 wives he had at the time (2008).
  5. The case dragged into an Abuja High Court and he was released after 57 of the wives testified that they married him willingly.
  6. He also debunked rumors of his death.

Paypal Co-founder, Peter Thiel Donates $1.25 Million In Support Of Donald Trump

  1. PayPal founder, Peter Thiel, is making his first donation in support of Mr. Trump’s election. He will give $1.25 million directly to the campaign, Thiel is the only prominent supporter of the Republican candidate in the high-tech community, Mr. Thiel.
  2. The donation puts the billionaire investor high on a very short list of big Trump contributors. One of the biggest donors is Robert Mercer of the hedge fund Renaissance Technologies. He and his daughter Rebekah Mercer have given $15.5 million in support of the Republican candidate’s election, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Geoffrey Palmer, a Los Angeles developer, has donated $2 million.
  3. Mr. Thiel, who spoke at the Republican National Convention, apparently is unfazed by the storm around the candidate in the last week following the broadcasting of lewd conversations recorded by the syndicated program “Access Hollywood.” The source, who requested anonymity, said the investor feels the country needs fixing, and Mr. Trump can do it.
  4. The technology world has kept its wallet shut regarding Mr. Trump. By one accounting, the Trump campaign has raised $300,000 from tech companies; by another, only $19,000.
  5. Source.       NY Daily

Exclusive: Eyewitness Account On Blessing Idoko Brutality, The Lady Said To Be Beaten By Police On Orders Of Ortom 9ja

 In reaction to an online report that the governor of Benue state, Samuel Ortom directed the security operatives attached to him to beat up one Blessing Idoko at the Redeemed Christian Church of God Mercyland parish behind NUJ house Makurdi on Sunday, one GiddyMeek Afa IorChivir-DAboh on Facebook narrates how the whole thing happened.

According to him, he witnessed as men of the Nigeria Police Force Makurdi command slapped and flogged the said lady with a whip as he was coming back from church on that fateful Sunday.
Daboh went further to say Governor Samuel Ortom was not in sight when this incident happened  it's untrue and unreasonable to think he ordered the uncivilized men to beat up the lady, he therefore said regardless of our differences, politically and religiously; let's stop promoting wrong information to destabilize the peace of our dear state and country.
He said:
The fact that I really appreciate the tremendous contributions of the Nigerian Police Force to the peace of the country. But at same time I am totally against their brutality against civilians. I witness Police brutality on a lady who was slapped n flogged mercilessly with a whip on my way baq from church at Redeem Christian Church of God, Ankpa Quarters Makurdi. To correct the purpostrous propaganda surrounding this incident, I want to say that the Governor was no where close when this happened. He was yet present at the venue of the thanksgiving. So it's untrue n unreasonable to think he ordered the uncivilized men to beat up the lady. 
Regardless of our differences, politically n religiously; let's stop promoting wrong information to destabilize the peace of our dear state n country. The NPF need a big dose to gain sanity so they tolerate n treat with respect people of all gender. #SayNoToPoliceBrutality.
The Benue state social media trended with the news of the governor ordering his security operatives to beat up the said lady, a report which the Chief Press Secretary to governor Ortom, Terker Akase has denied but the citizens are finding it hard to believe.
Lasgidi Online hopes with this eyewitness account, the issue will be more clear now and investigation will be carried out to know why the police harassed the lady and not denting the governors name.
Meanwhile, below are photos of Blessing Idoko after the police left her.

“My husband doesn’t allow me cook” — Actress, Funke Akindele Bello

In a recent interview, the newlywed said this while speaking about some of the changes that have occurred in her life since getting married. She said:

“Before I met my husband, I used to work on Sundays, but he always says that I need to rest.
Our chef leaves on Saturday mornings to see his family, so whenever I want to cook, my husband tells me not to do so and we eat out. We do that very often. Now, I enjoy my life and I rest.”


Newly-married actress, Funke Akindele-Bello, talks about her acting career and her marriage experience

As an actress, script writer and film producer, Funke Akindele-Bello can’t be considered a small fry in Hollywood. With a career that has spanned almost two decades, the thespian who cut her acting tooth with the role of Bisi, a curious but intelligent secondary school student in the United Nations Population Fund sponsored sitcom, I Need to Know, in the late nineties, has endeared herself to a legion of fans beyond the frontiers of Nigeria. She is also one of the few actresses who have thrived in the English and Yoruba genres of Nollywood.

Popularly known by her alter ego, Jenifer, a sobriquet she earned after the successful release of her hit film, Jenifa, and its sequel, The Return of Jenifa, Akindele-Bello, is back to filming after taking a recess that lasted several months and during which she wedded musician, JJC Skills, in London. She provides an insight into what she is up to presently. “I have been filming a new television series called in da Streets. It is about the entertainment industry and how people try to survive. It also dwells on the hustle and bustle in the ghetto. It would be full of glitz, glamour and it’s a production that has deep content,’’ she says.

The new project is not in any way similar to Jenifa’s Dairy, and will feature big names in the entertainment industry, she reveals: “My new project is music-oriented, so I am working with people like K-Switch, Mo-Easy, Lydia Forson, Linda Ejiofor, Tina Mba, Kunle Coker, and Freeze of Cool FM. It is just a group of people coming together to do something different on television through Scene One Productions, where I am the CEO. My mission is for people to enjoy wholesome entertainment.”

After her first marriage to Kehinde Oloyede, crashed in 2013, the actress, recently got married a second time albeit secretly in London to entertainment guru, Abdul-Rasheed Bello, aka JJC Skills, last August. She says the latter who is a producer, music video director and artiste, fashioned the concept for her new project. “My husband is a pioneer in the music industry, so he has been there. He gave me the storyline and the synopsis which I developed and edited,” she states. The award-winning actress recalls that acting is something she’s always wanted to do from a young age. She started dancing and acting in primary school and also belonged to a cultural troupe. She joined a drama group while in secondary school and pursued her passion relentlessly even as an undergraduate.

A lawyer by training, she recollects how her father ensured she studied Law at the University of Lagos. “I recall that my father wanted me to study Law because he wanted me to become a lawyer. Even though he had his reservations about acting, I was undeterred,” she says.

Today, being celebrated and making some money out of acting is a plus for her as she says there is nothing more fulfilling than doing what she loves and getting paid for it. She stated, “I am grateful to God for the opportunities that have come my way as an actress. When I started out, it wasn’t easy and there were lots of challenges. I have been acting and producing films before I came out with Jenifer. The movie was a commercial success and following it up with Jenifer’s Dairy, was a like an extension of the goodwill Jenifer, enjoyed.”

Although critics have argued that she didn’t need to create a series using the Jenifer cognomen, Akindele-Bello quipped that one of the lessons she has learnt in life is that people will say a lot of things and attempt to make you lose focus especially when they realise that you are making progress. “If you have an idea, sleep, eat and drink it until you make a reality of it. Jenifer is a brand that I love so much. I didn’t even want to come up with the series but I realized that a lot of people like the brand. When I go out, I speak to a lot of young people. They like Funke quite alright but when I give them that variant of English, Jenifer is known for, the reaction is priceless,” she adds.

For her, producing Jenifer’s Dairy, has become a tiring effort: “I am tired of producing the series because it is time-consuming but my husband says that I cannot stop now because my fans love it, people are celebrating me, I have won awards and every day, they talk about me because they are not tired. People say it’s the best TV series, so I cannot stop.”

A recipient of several awards including the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and the Nigeria Entertainment Award for Best Actress in 2009, as well as the Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy in 2014 and 2016, she sees American film star, Tyler Perry, as someone that she looks up to. According to her, his Madea brand is huge and she hopes to build a bigger empire for herself.

What are the downsides of acting? With a huge sigh, she affirms that there have been times when she felt like throwing in the towel but some inspirational songs keep her going. “The gospel group, Mary Mary, inspires. Whenever I listen to their songs, I am inspired. One of their songs goes thus: ‘I just can’t give up now. I’ve come too far from where I started from, nobody told me that road is going to be easy.’ The song teaches me that good things don’t come easy; you just have to push. There are many times when they write about me in the newspapers and magazines. I just say to myself that it’s not their fault, it’s because I am acting. At such times, I want to quite acting but then, I look into the mirror and say to myself, you have it in you, don’t give up and bury your talents. This is why I use my talent as a tool to pass messages across to people,’’ she says.

Even though Akindele-Bello, refused to comment on her new marriage, she speaks about some of the changes that have occurred in her life since getting married. “Before I met my husband, I used to work on Sundays, but he always says that I need to rest. Our chef leaves on Saturday mornings to see his family, so whenever I want to cook, my husband tells me not to do so and we eat out. We do that very often. Now, I enjoy my life and I rest.’’

Akindele-Bello, who clocked 39 in August, said she wants to be remembered for her brand and the lives she has impacted. In addition, she desires to take a lot of young people off the streets. She says, “I have a not-for-profit organization and I am going to be working with Lekki Coliseum, very soon to empower young people. I’ve done that a couple of times and we organize workshops and training's. We give people start-up kits to begin their businesses. I am passionate about the empowerment of young people.

“I also want to set up another NGO to help people living with cancer. I have a friend who was diagnosed with stage-four cancer and she has given me the permission to talk about her journey. Many times, when I was broke, I still had given her money to attend chemotherapy sessions. Because of the state of her health, she was unable to move around to seek funding. Thankfully, I am healthy and I can still work, so I am grateful to God for keeping her alive.’’

On her likes and dislikes, the thespian is quick to say that she likes frank and honest people. She abhors liars, those who steal and she cannot stand indiscipline as well.

Hear her: “People call me Margaret Thatcher, because I do not like indiscipline. You must not be rude; we are Nigerians and we have a culture and we are well-trained. I am Yoruba girl, so you have to be respectful. I always tell people that never believe that because you are made, you can bring people down. Even if you are up there, remain level-headed so you don’t fall,’’ she concluded.

Culled From Punch

'Nobody Respects Women More Than Me' - Donald Trump

The US presidential election candidate tweeted some hours ago alleging that New York Times reporters no longer call his people to confirm stories before publishing.

His other tweet says he didn't know the women they are accusing him of molesting sexually and that nobody respects women more than him.

See the tweets below.

WikiLeaks Releases Transcripts Of Clinton Goldman Sachs Speeches

WikiLeaks released Saturday what appear to be transcripts of Hillary Clinton's three paid speeches to financial heavyweight Goldman Sachs.

The remarks, which were hacked as part of an extensive breach of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta's email account, show Clinton commenting on Wall Street's role in financial regulations, relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the damage done to US foreign policy by past WikiLeaks releases.

The Clinton campaign declined to confirm the authenticity of any of the transcripts and CNN cannot independently confirm their authenticity. But the campaign has not challenged any emails in other WikiLeaks releases and this is the second-time transcripts from Clinton's paid speeches have been made public by the group.

Clinton's campaign compared the WikiLeaks hack to Watergate, the scandal that lead to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

"There is no getting around it: Donald Trump is cheering on a Russian attempt to influence our election through a crime reminiscent of Watergate but on a more massive scale," Glen Caplin, a Clinton campaign spokesman, said Saturday. "We're witnessing another effort to steal private campaign documents in order to influence an election."

The US government has said WikiLeaks is working with Russian operatives.

'For political reasons'

Clinton made three paid appearances for Goldman Sachs between the time she left the State Department in 2013 and when she announced her presidential campaign in early 2015.

Clinton's paid speeches to Goldman Sachs and other financial firms were a rallying cry for Bernie Sanders supporters during the Democratic primary.

Trump has looked to seize on the WikiLeaks releases, regularly touting them at his events to the point that Democrats have argued he is condoning hacking by Russian operatives. Trump said Saturday that he almost delayed a rally in Maine because of the emails' release.

Clinton's campaign was obviously worried about the speeches, too, the hacked emails show. Staffers asked Tony Carrk, the campaign's head of research, to look into the content and present top campaign aides with comments that could prove politically troubling.

In total, Carrk highlighted five comments from the paid speeches. The comments mostly pertained to regulating the financial industry.

In an October 2013 speech to the financial firm, Clinton implied that action was necessary to curb Wall Street abuses "for political reasons."

"There was also a need to do something because for political reasons, if you were an elected member of Congress and people in your constituency were losing jobs and shutting businesses and everybody in the press is saying it's all the fault of Wall Street, you can't sit idly by and do nothing," Clinton said.

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was passed in 2010 in response to the great recession and looked to impose tighter regulations on financial institutions. While business leaders, especially those leading the financial firms, were generally against the measure, the decision was politically popular with Democrats who blamed Wall Street for the recession.

In the same speech, Clinton said that "more thought has to be given to the process and transactions and regulations so that we don't kill or maim what works, but we concentrate on the most effective way of moving forward with the brainpower and the financial power that exists here."

Clinton on foreign policy

In a June 2013 speech, just months after she left the State Department, Clinton said she wished the United States could intervene in Syria "covertly as is possible for Americans to intervene."

"We used to be much better at this than we are now. Now, you know, everybody can't help themselves," she said. "They have to go out and tell their friendly reporters and somebody else: Look what we're doing and I want credit for it, and all the rest of it."

In a bit of irony, the WikiLeaks release also brought to light Clinton's reaction to a past release from the group that exposed Democratic cables that cast foreign leaders in a negative light.

Clinton joked that she embarked on the "Clinton Apology Tour."

"It was painful," Clinton said. "Leaders who shall remain nameless, who were characterized as vain, egotistical, power hungry, corrupt. And we knew they were. This was not fiction. And I had to go and say, you know, our ambassadors, they get carried away, they want to all be literary people. They go off on tangents. What can I say. I had grown men cry. I mean, literally."

On Russian relations, Clinton said she wishes she could "continue to build a more positive relationship with Russia."

Clinton added that Putin has rejected some of their attempts to work together "out of hand."

Comments largely in line with public positions

Clinton collected at least $1.8 million for at least eight speeches to big banks, according to figures released by Clinton's campaign and tax documents she released earlier this year.

And while the transcripts show a more blunt, less reserved Clinton, much of what the former secretary of state said to Goldman Sachs and other groups appear generally in line with some of what she has said publicly.

In another 2013 speech, Clinton dismissed the idea that President Barack Obama would have been able to accomplish more if he had schmoozed with Republicans in Congress more often.

"I know that he spent a lot of time early on in the first term with the Republicans in trying, as you recall ... it turned out that the Republicans' side, particularly in the House, couldn't deliver," she said.

Clinton's campaign has so far declined to comment on specifics in the releases, in part, because they don't want to validate any of the hacks. Instead, Clinton's top aides have dismissed the releases as partisan efforts by the Russian government to elect Trump president.

But the releases, which have come daily for the last week, are impacting Clinton's campaign by forcing her aides to constantly comment on emails written long before Clinton ran for president.

And, for possibly this reason, Clinton told Lloyd BlankFein, the head of Goldman Sachs, at an event in October that she wished the presidential election was shorter.

"Look, I am of the mind that we cannot have endless campaigns," said. "It is bad for the candidates. It's bad for the country. I mean, part of the reason why it's difficult to govern is because an election ends and then the next day people start jockeying."

Source: CNN

I want my daughter returned a virgin — Father of 14 year old girl forced into marriage in Katsina 9ja

Seventy-year-old Tanko Isiyaku tells FRIDAY OLOKOR the story of his daughter, Habiba’s marriage to one Jamilu Lawal said to be an aide to the Emir of Katsina, Alhaji Abdulmumini Kabiru Usman
Kindly tell us about yourself.
My name is Isiyaku Tanko. I am from Warkaza community in Kudun Kankara Local Government Area of Katsina State. I am a Christian and belong to the ECWA denomination. I am 70 years old.
When did you hear about the marriage of your daughter to Jamilu Lawal, believed to be an aide to the Emir of Katsina?
It was when she left home that we heard about it. She left home on August 16.
When was the last time you saw her?
It was when I went to see the state commissioner of police about the matter that I saw her last. I have forgotten the date.
Did you marry her off to him?
I did not do that. She was forced into marriage.
Do you know Jamilu Lawal?
Yes, he lived close to us in the community.
When you said he lived close to your family, was he a friend to your family?
No, not at all.
Do you know if there was an affair between him and your daughter?
Honestly, I do not think anything like that happened.
Before she was taken away, did you notice any change in your daughter’s behaviour especially her religious beliefs?
No, there was no such thing. She did not change in any way, not even in her religion. She is a very dedicated Christian who believes in the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Is it true that you wrote the emirate council to apologise for any embarrassment you might have caused it on the issue of your daughter?
No. I was given a prepared form. I was only told to sign on it and with a threat that if I did not do so, they would kill me.
Did your family receive any money, precisely N50,000, as the bride price for her marriage to Lawal?
(Laughs). It is a lie from the pit of hell.
What would you want the government to do?
They should please help me and bring back my daughter. I want her to remain as she was before she was forcefully taken away from us. My daughter was a virgin before her abduction to the emir’s palace.
Is there a threat to your life and that of your family members because of the development?
I believe that I am fine. I believe that everything is alright; if God be for me, nothing can be against me.
What are you doing to get your daughter back since you said you did not give her out in marriage to Lawal or anybody?
I was forced to sign the form. I would not have allowed them to take her away from me. I was forced. I really want the Federal Government to support me because if they leave this battle for me, I won’t be able to do anything.
How old is she?
She is 14 years old.
Your daughter was asked three questions by the Kaora Katsina on behalf of the Katsina Emirate Council on whether she was forcefully converted to Islam, whether the emirate council or any other person forced her into the marriage and whether she was already menstruating at the time she met Lawal. She answered yes to the questions. Were you in the palace on that day?
Yes, I was. When they asked her to stand up and follow me, she refused saying she would not follow me. I believe that my daughter was charmed. The way I saw her that day was not the way my daughter was. She has never disobeyed me.
Is it true that when you went to the palace you were threatened?
Yes, I was molested. I faced serious threat, they even wanted to beat and mob me.
Did you go to the palace alone?
No, five people accompanied me there. They included Yahaya Umaru, Jiamakan Gabriel, Yusuf Haruna, Reverend Bankuru and Lubulumu.
How many children do you have?
I have eight children.
Are they all from the same woman?
Yes, from one woman. Habiba is my seventh child. I have four boys and four girls.
Has there been any of case of abduction of young female children for forced marriage in your community?
I have never seen any in my community. This is why I am very disturbed.
Are you not afraid your daughter could have been impregnated?
God will take control. I really do not know what to say as I am very disturbed at the moment. I pray such does not happen. She is still a small child. Before my daughter was taken away, she was a virgin but I do not know what is happening now. I want them to return my daughter to me as a virgin. That is what I want.
Has she started menstruating as the emirate council claimed before she met Lawal?
Honestly, I have never noticed anything of such.
What do you seek from President Muhammadu Buhari who is also from Katsina State regarding the matter?
I want President Muhammadu Buhari to assist me to get my daughter back. I desire nothing more.
Where is your wife?
She has traveled out of the community because the abduction of her daughter traumatized her. She has not been feeling well. I am also not feeling well at the moment because of the issue.
How did your other children receive the news of what happened to their sister?
Everybody is worried especially the last child who is a boy.
How old is your last child?
He clocked 12 years on Friday.
What class was your daughter before she was taken away?
She was in Junior Secondary School 3.
What has been the role of the police in the matter?
The Katsina State commissioner of police tried. He spoke strongly about the matter, telling them to give me back my daughter because she is a minor and still under her parents. He told them to allow her to go.

Picture of The Cultists That Killed 200level Benue State University Student & Girlfriend

A cult war in the Benue State University, Makurdi, has claimed the life of a 21-year student of the Department of Geography, Solomon Aondoaseer, who was gruesomely murdered along with his girlfriend on Wednesday.

Aondoaseer and his girlfriend, whom the police identified as a food vendor in the area where the student lived, were hacked to death in front of a private hostel where he lived.

The girlfriend identified as Doosan Agbaja, was said to have become a fatal victim of a war she knew nothing about when she spent the night at Aondoaseer’s room.

Saturday PUNCH was told that as the attack took place, the two victims screamed for help but no one dared to come to their rescue.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr. Moses Yamu, who confirmed the incident, said they did not kill them inside the house but took them outside.

“The assailants pulled them out of the compound to an open ground in front of the house and hacked them to death with machetes,” he said.

Students of the university said Aondoaseer was a member of a rival cult group called the Red Viper, who had had a running battle for supremacy with the members in the campus.

Yamu said five suspects have been arrested in connection with the killing.

The suspects were identified as Paul Adum (aka Reborn), Thaddeus Ukaaku (aka Waters), Damian Swem (aka Dammy), Terkumbur Gber (aka Shanke) and Teryila Aondona (aka Nasco).

The PPRO said they have also confessed to the crime and claimed that they killed the victim because he belonged to a rival group.

Benue State has seen an upsurge of killing by campus cultists in recent times.

Two weeks ago, two students were gunned down by suspected cultists in front of the Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo, around 8pm on September 28.

In June, students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, and a security man attached to a private students’ hostel in the school were killed by suspected cultists.

Also in July, suspected cultists shot and killed a retired policeman and his son in Makurdi.

A New Axis Of Power: Women At The Top By Tony Ogunlowo

In less than a months’ time the Americans will be heading to the polls to elect a new President. And unless Republican contender, Donald Trump, can pull a last-minute trick out of his hat or resort to more dirty tricks, the front runner, Hilary Clinton, is most definitely going to be the next President of the United States of America.

Not only will she become the first female leader of the World’s most powerful nation she’ll be joining two other female leaders – Theresa May of GB and Angela Merkel of Germany - to form a new axis of power. This will mean that a third of the G8 nation leaders will be women. Already Christine Lagarde heads up the International Monetary Fund and for a while Diezani Alison-Madueke was the President of the all-powerful OPEC organization.

The joke currently circulating around political circles is that the women are coming in to clear up the mess made by the men. Perhaps.

We are beginning to see a new breed of female leaders ready to take on the world in a move never before seen since the Thatcher era. Traditionally women are better leaders (- sorry guys but it’s true!) They are strong, decisive and pull no punches. They are also not as scandal-prone as men, having little or no skeletons in their cupboards. The Margaret Thatcher era of 1979 – 1990 turned a bankrupt and floundering Great Britain into one of the most prosperous and powerful nations that we know today. During her regime, she battled the unions, introduced capitalism across the board, whilst at the same time showing Britain’s military might in facing off the Argentines over the Falkland and taking the country into the First Gulf War. Under her rule Britain was a key player on the international scene earning her the nickname of the no-nonsense ‘Iron Lady’.

With women at the top of the three most powerful nations in the world we can expect a lot of change in the world in the coming years. Even though President Hilary Clinton will initially have her hands full with domestic issues we can expect changes in areas such as world trade, migration and terrorism. All three are not novices when it comes to governing a nation and performing on the international scene: Angela Merkel has been the Chancellor of Germany since 2005, Theresa May is a former Home Secretary and Hilary Clinton was Secretary of State in President Obama first cabinet. Collectively, with their joint experience, they can steer the world on to another course.

As any married man knows fully well you can’t argue with a woman; they are better at putting an argument across (and getting their own way!), they are better negotiators, more thick skinned and are a lot better at dealing with (or ignoring!) criticism levelled at them. Without a doubt, there will be feminists out there who’ll think it’s time to dust off their placards and take to the streets – they’ll be wrong! These new leaders are not bra-burning feminists but competent leaders who have proven themselves in a predominantly male-dominated chauvinistic environment. They don't have’ to prove themselves any further to make a point or statement.

Women leaders, unlike their male counterparts, tend to think of the bigger picture and as a result their policies will be more diversified. They also well known for their ability to negotiate peace deals – something the world desperately needs right now with all the trouble hotspots.

Women leaders are not scared to fight when necessary; Margaret Thatcher fought the Argentines over the Falkland’s and when PM Theresa May was asked whether she was prepared to authorize a nuclear strike, if need be, that could potentially kill over a 100,000 men, women and children with a nuclear bomb she replied with a curt ‘yes’. Women leaders are prepared to fight just wars if need be- when there is no other option. They won’t rush off and fight an unjust war like Blair and Bush did. Having said that one of the areas they are bound to focus on will be the turbulent Middle East – and they won’t be afraid to use military force if necessary. Dealing with Russia, China, Iran and North Korea will also be high on the cards.

There are currently twenty-two female leaders in the world today running their countries in the capacity of President, Prime Minister or Monarch (the Queen of England). With the exception of ex-President Dilan Rousseff of Brazil who was recently impeached all the other leaders are running their countries comfortably.

Come next year it would be very easy to see Clinton (if she wins) sitting down with Merkel and May discussing ways on to how to solve the worlds growing problems.

Four Women Accuse Donald Trump Of Forcibly Groping, Kissing Them

Four women accused Donald Trump of groping or kissing them without their consent in news reports published Wednesday, just days after the Republican presidential nominee insisted in a debate that he had never engaged in such behavior.

One of the women alleges that Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt during a flight more than three decades ago, the New York Times reported. Another says he kissed her on the mouth outside an elevator in 2005, according to the same report. A third woman says Trump groped her rear end at his Mar-a-Ago resort 13 years ago, the Palm Beach Post reported. The fourth, then a People magazine reporter, says Trump kissed her without her consent when the two were alone in 2005 right before an interview she was about to conduct with Trump and his wife.

Trump and his campaign denied the allegations. But in each of the first three instances, the newspapers spoke to people close to the women — a universe that includes friends, family members, significant others and colleagues — who verified that they told them their stories about what they say happened months or years ago. In the fourth, the reporter wrote a detailed first person account of what she says happened on People's website.

The GOP presidential nominee was considering filing a lawsuit against the Times and was consulting with advisers about his legal options, according to two people close to him. The two people, who requested anonymity to discuss private conversations, said Trump is furious about the accusations made against him in the story and with the newspaper for publishing them.

Early Thursday morning, Trump's campaign released a letter from attorney Marc E. Kasparov demanding a retraction from the Times. "Failure to do so will leave my client with no option but to pursue all available actions and remedies," it said. The letter was addressed to Times executive editor Dean Banquet.

In a statement issued by his campaign shortly after the Times report was published, spokesman Jason Miller said, “This entire article is fiction.” Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks told the Palm Beach Post "there is no truth" to the third allegation. Hicks denied the fourth account in a statement, saying it "never happened."

The news came five days after The Washington Post reported Friday on a 2005 video in which Trump can be heard making vulgar comments on a hot microphone about physically forcing himself on women sexually.

At Sunday's debate, Trump was asked by a moderator whether he had ever behaved in such a way.

“No, I have not,” he responded.

Separately, CBS News on Wednesday reported 1992 footage filmed for "Entertainment Tonight" in which Trump is heard commenting about a young girl, "I'm going to be dating her in ten years."

Also, Wednesday, Rolling Stone published a story that included the allegations of Cassandra Searle’s, Miss Washington 2013. In a comment, she appended to a post she had put on Facebook earlier this year suggesting that Trump treated pageant contestants “like cattle,” Searle’s wrote, “He probably doesn’t want me telling the story about that time he continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room.” Yahoo covered her post and comment in June.

Jessica Leeds, 74, told the Times that she sat beside Trump in the first-class cabin of a flight to New York when she was 38. She didn't know him. Leeds said Trump groped her and tried to reach up her skirt. “His hands were everywhere,” she said.

The second woman, Rachel Crooks, was at the time a 22-year-old receptionist at a real estate company in Trump Tower who said she came face to face with Trump outside an elevator there in 2005. She said that after she introduced herself to Trump and they shook hands, he would not let go, then kissed her cheeks and “kissed me directly on the mouth.”

“I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that,” she said.

Days later, Trump, then recently married to his wife melania, came to her office and requested her phone number, saying he planned to give it to his modeling agency. Crooks was skeptical, but agreed. She was never contacted by the agency, the Times reported.

Neither Crooks nor Leeds reported their descriptions to the authorities. But the Times quotes Leeds's neighbor, Crookes’s boyfriend at the time and her sister, each of whom said that the women previously told them about their alleged encounters with Trump.

Both Leeds and Crooks say they support Hillary Clinton's campaign for president, the Times reported.

Mindy McGillivray, 36, told the Palm Beach Post that Trump groped her rear end at Mar-a-Ago in 2003 when she was there accompanying a photographer friend who was shooting a Ray Charles concert.

“All of a sudden I felt a grab, a little nudge. I think it’s Ken’s camera bag, that was my first instinct. I turn around and there’s Donald. He sorts of looked away quickly. I quickly turned back, facing Ray Charles, and I’m stunned," she said.

"Ken" is Ken David off, the photographer, with whom the paper also spoke. David off said he did not witness the alleged incident but recalled that McGillivray told him about it right after it happened.

Natasha Stoynoff, the reporter who wrote that she went to Mar-a-Ago to interview Trump and Melania Trump for a feature story on their first wedding anniversary, said Trump kissed her without her consent when they were alone in a room.

"I turned around, and within seconds, he was pushing me against the wall, and forcing his tongue down my throat," Stoynoff wrote.

She wrote that he told her later, "You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?"

Hicks, in her statement denying the allegation, said, "Mr. Trump was the biggest star on television and surely this would have been a far bigger scoop for People magazine."

In a Tuesday phone interview with the Times, Trump denied the claims made by Leeds and Crooks.

“None of this ever took place,” he said. As a reporter questioned him about the women’s claims, he told her: “You are a disgusting human being,” according to the Times.

Miller, in his statement, accused the Times of a “completely false, coordinated character assassination” against Trump. He called it a “political attack.”

Jennifer Palmieri, communications director for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign, said the reports show Trump lied on the debate stage on Sunday.

“This disturbing story sadly fits everything we know about the way Donald Trump has treated women. These reports suggest that he lied on the debate stage and that the disgusting behavior he bragged about in the tape is more than just words,” Palmier i said in a statement Wednesday night.

In the "Entertainment Tonight" footage reported by CBS News, Trump can be heard asking a young girl at Trump Tower, "You going up the escalator?"

"Yeah," she responds.

"I'm going to be dating her in ten years, can you believe it?" Trump is heard saying.

The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the CBS report.

In the video reported by The Post on Friday, Trump says he is “automatically attracted” to beautiful women, and “I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.”

He adds: “And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.”

“Whatever you want,” says another voice, apparently that of Billy Bush, then of “Access Hollywood.”

“Grab them by the p---y,” Trump says. “You can do anything.”