Friday, June 28, 2013

Effects Of Marijuana On Sex..


Many think smoking a jane has no effect to our sex lives,..Many guys would want to smoke some few puffs before having intercourse thinking they will feel much love in action,some force their partners to also smoke before they start heavy petting .

Marijuana can cause serious sexual problems in many couples. Smoking a jane might make you think you're feeling the love, but studies show marijuana can be detrimental to your sex life.Here i list some effects..

  • Marijuana users might experience very weak orgasms or not experience them at all

  •   To some people marijuana make them lose interest in sex, feel too lethargic for sex, or too self-conscious to enjoy it. 

  • Some raise questions asking if Marijuana affects a man's fertility? marijuana to contribute to erectile dysfunction is unknown but Men who smoke marijuana frequently have significantly less seminal fluid, a lower total sperm count and their sperm behave abnormally, all of which may affect fertility.

  • Marijuana amplify one's pre-existing personality traits: paranoia; fearfulness; gregariousness; anxiety; aggressiveness, etc. And, these factors don't jump out the window when you jump into bed .

  • As a rule, habitual use of marijuana or any illicit substance will lead to long-term detrimental consequences on one's sexual health and function, as well as general health and well-being.

  • Smoking up impairs both coordination and judgment, much in the same way that alcohol use does. So, making safe and comfortable decisions about sexual behavior might be difficult, and interactions might be filled with a lot of fumbling. Let's face it: sex can take a lot of coordination, even while completely sober!

  •  long-term use of marijuana does seem to affect reproductive health. Marijuana can impact testosterone production and other hormones. This can in turn can affect fertility, erectile dysfunction, menstruation, and other areas. Also, heavy, long-term marijuana use can either cause or contribute to low motivation and sex drive.

30 Most Inspirational Young Africans

We are always inspired by stories of young people doing remarkable work in their countries to facilitate development in the lives of people in their communities and throughout the continent. This year’s list identifies young Africans, mostly below 30 years of age, who are prominent in their areas of activism or fields of expertise and are coming up with innovative ways to address some of the challenges faced by the continent.

Kelvin Doe-Sierra Leone
Kelvin Doe (16) is a self-taught engineer from Sierra Leone, West Africa. Out of metal and wire scraps he made a battery to “power lights in people’s houses,” an FM radio transmitter to disseminate news and a generator to power the device. Doe became the youngest invitee to the Visiting Practitioner’s Program for international development.

Esther Mbabazi- Rwanda
Esther Mbabazi was eight years old when her father was killed in a crash as the plane he was flying in overshot the runway landing in the Democratic Republic of Congo. So when, a few years later she announced her intention to train as a pilot, the plan was not well received by some of her family. But at the age of 24, Mbabazi has made history as the first female Rwandan pilot.

Ludwick Marishane – South Africa
Ludwick Marishane is the founder of DryBath, the world’s first germicidal Bath-substituting skin lotion/gel. It is easy to use and needs minimal water for use. Just apply DryBath to your skin and you’re done! You no longer need a bath! It moisturises the skin, kills germs, and leaves the user smelling fresh. He was rated as the best student entrepreneur in the world (Global Champion of the Global Student Entrepreneurs Awards 2011). He is the country’s youngest patent-holder after having invented DryBath. Google named him as one of the 12 brightest young minds in the world in 2011..

Grace Ihejiamaizu – Nigeria
Grace Ihejiamaizu is an entrepreneur and Global Changemaker . In 2010, she founded an after-school youth project, Raising Young Productive Entrepreneurs (RYPE) Initiative. Through RYPE, more than 350 young people have been trained, engaged and empowered.Grace’s outstanding leadership skills has earned her some national and international recognition including being named one of Google’s 12 Brightest Young Minds in 2011, and the recognition by US State Department as ‘International Exchange Alumni Member of the Month for September 2012’. She was also selected as one of the top 60 Global ChangeMakers in 2012. At only 22 years, she has just started a Social Enterprise company, iKapture Networks, which provides educational services and products to secondary and post-secondary students in Nigeria.She is also the founder and content creator of the fast-growing online platform,, with more than 100,000 visitors monthly from over 160 countries across the world.

Evans Muchika -Kenya
Evans Wadongo is a Kenyan engineer, the Executive Director and Chairman of SDFA-Kenya, and one of CNN’s top ten heroes of 2010. Evans designed a solar lamp which he calls ‘MwangaBora (Swahili for “Good Light”) in 2004 as a way to address poor education, climate change, health and poverty in rural areas in Kenya. Evans named the entire project ‘Use Solar, Save Lives’ as he aimed to use solar technology as a way to save lives in the poor communities he grew up in.Wadongo was named one of three recipients of the inaugural Mikhail Gorbachev Awards for “The Man Who Changed the World.”Evans was a finalist at the inaugural Innovation Prize for Africa held in Addis Ababa in 2012. He also received the African International Achievers Award in 2012.

Bewa Joannie- Benin
Joannie BEWA is currently working as a general practitioner in a community health center in her country BENIN. She holds many leadership positions in BENIN and is well known at global level. She is the co-founder and the Executive director of Young Beninese Leaders Association (YBLA), created after the President OBAMA Young African leaders forum. In 2010, she also initiated “Red-Ribbon Campaign”, which was a campaign to educate the population about HIV AIDS issues. In the first six months following the campaign, she led a training program on sexual and reproductive health, reaching to various Beninese communities, including sex workers. 10 000 Youth were reached at national level. In 2012, she designed a project called “Women’s Empowerment Campaign” which was funded through the First Lady Michelle Obama program for Young African Women Leaders. The “Women’s Empowerment Campaign” was implemented through capacities building and mentoring sessions for 2,500 girls and 400 young women entrepreneurs. Her activism was recognized by US Government who selected her in 2012 for the prestigious International Visitor Leadership Program under the President OBAMA Young African Leader program. Recently, she is appointed as the first female president of the US Ambassador’s Youth Council in Benin.

Joel Mwale- Uganda
After falling ill with dysentery, Joel Mwale decided to do something about the lack ofclean drinking water in his village. With a small bit of money he had saved and the knowledge of physics he had acquired at school, Joel built a borehole on some community farmland.Joel launched Skydrop Enterprises, a producer and bottler of low-cost purified drinking water. Joel has sold as many as 10,000 bottles of Skydrop Enterprises water in a single month, and his profits have paid school fees for his siblings and put food on his mother’s table. He employs three people full-time at his rural production facility, and Skydrop Enterprises bottled water can be purchased as far away as Kampala, Uganda.

NoViolet Bulawayo- Zimbabwe
Violet Bulawayo2Bulawayo was born and raised in Zimbabwe. She and attended Njube High School and later Mzilikazi High School for her A levels. She later completed her college education in USA , obtaining earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English from Texas A&M University-Commerce and Southern Methodist University .In 2010, she completed a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Cornell University, her amazing work was recognized with a Truman Capote Fellowship. In 2011 she won the 2011 Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story “Hitting Budapest” it’s a film about a gang of street children in a Zimbabwean shantytown. Her novel entitled We Need New Names was scheduled to be released 21 May 2013, and she has also begun working on a memoir project.

William Kamkwamba- Malawi
Is a Malawian inventor and author. He rose to fame in his country when he built a windmill to power some electrical appliances ah their family house back in 2002. He used blue gum trees, bicycle parts and some parts collected from the local scrap yard. He later built a solar- powered water pump that was used to supply the 1st drinking water in his village. Having to drop out of school due to lack of funds Kamwamba took part in Maker Faire Africa in Ghana 2009. He is one of the four recipients of the 2010 GO Ingenuity award. In 2007 He entered a 2 year academic program combining the Cambridge University A-levels with Leadership, entrepreneurship and African studies at the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg. He later went to study at Dartmouth College class of 2014. William wrote his autobiography “The boy who harnessed the wind” which was published worldwide.

Toyosi Akerele- Nigeria
Toyosi is the founder of Nigeria’s first and most prominent youth interest organization, RISE, is a consummate young professional and outstanding Manager. Toyosi’s is also a Public Speaker, Youth Advocate and Entrepreneur. She was selected as part of 101 young African Leaders to be delegates to the African Business Leaders’ Forum. A multiple award winner, “The Best Use of Youth Advocacy Category at the 2008 edition of Nigeria’s Boldest & Brightest Youth Achievement Awards and the Future Awards of which she has been nominated 5 consecutive Years. In 2011, Toyosi was invited as a Consultant and Strategist on the Federal Government Project tagged “Bring Back the Book”, an initiative with the aim to encourage Young Nigerians to cultivate a Reading Culture. She was a finalist for the category of Business Owner of the Year at the 6th Season of The Future Nigeria Awards.Toyosi is a worthy alumnus of the United States Government’s Prestigious International Visitor Leadership Program for emerging African Youth Leaders. Toyosi Akerele was in June 2011 described by Mrs Michelle Obama the First Lady of the United States of America as one of her personal inspirations.

Thulani Madondo- South Africa
Madondo is a founder of the Kliptown Youth Programme (KYP) and its chairperson, the organisation provides meals for children, support with school fees, after-school care as well as educational help and tutoring to about 400 disadvantaged children from the Kliptown area. Today the organisation has also made it possible for 18 youths to get tertiary education. Madondo was one of 10 finalists for the 2012 CNN Hero of the Year award, an annual campaign which honours everyday people doing good deeds in their communities.

Fanele Chester- Swaziland
Fanele Chester is an African business, development and technology enthusiast. She is social commentator who has gathered extensive experience in and about African development during her time working with her native Swaziland’s chamber of commerce and through her research. She is the founder of the websites and Meet Africa’s Finest, both of which are encyclopedias of thought leadership on trends and cutting edge commentary on Africa’s development. She is currently working on her latest start-up, Inspired Young Minds, an education-focused initiative whose mission is developing leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship skills and mindsets among primary and high school students in rural and isolated communities across Africa. She is also serves as an adviser for a education-based tech start-up in Kenya, and as well as helping to edit a collection of essays by Desmond Tutu Fellows, which will be published by The African Leadership Initiative later this year. She is also the former founder and editor of Fashion Et Al (, a website dedicated to providing high level commentary on the business of fashion for African designers across the world, which has racked up over 120,000 hits to date. Fanele Chester is a Romance Languages & Literatures in French major from the University of Chicago Class of 2013, and a graduate of Red Cross Nordic United World College Class of 2008.

Dayo Israel – Nigeria
Dayo Israel is an astute motivational speaker and advisor to many world leaders, business executive, politicians, young entrepreneur and sports professionals. He is also an internationally recognized personality with over 12years of professional experience in international development having worked with organisations such as The United Nations, British Council, Save the Children UK, UNICEF, in various capacities and has appeared on countless television interviews, commercials, talk shows, radio programs, and was even selected by the United Nations to represent all the young delegates to the UN General Assembly Special Session on Children on a special CNN Live Interview. Recently, He was specially invited by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh to a private reception at Buckingham palace.He is one of the Africa’s leading authorities on Social Entreprise and Youth Development. He co-launched the UNICEF State of the World Children’s Report in 2003 alongside Carol Bellamy and Oscar Award Winner – Vanessa Redgrave CBE. He is the first African to become a Student Council Chair in London’s Largest University and a recipient of so many International Awards which includes the British Red Cross Humanitarian Citizen Award, PEWA (Person Earnestly Working for Africa) Award, GAB Award, Icon Awards, Icon of Hope Award, Young Achievers Award and many more.

Ory Okolloh-Kenya
Ory Okolloh a Kenyan activist, lawyer, and blogger. She is currently a Policy Manager for Africa with Google. In 2006 she co-founded the parliamentary watchdog site Mzalendo (Patriot). The site sought to increase government accountability by systematically recording bills, speeches, MPs, standing orders, etc. She helped Kenya create Ushahidi (Witness) website in due to the violence that was taking place in 2007. The website was used to record and report any reports on violence by using text messages and Google maps. This Technology is now been adapted in a number of countries. Ory Okolloh also worked as a legal consultant for NGOs and has worked at Covington and Burling, the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, and the World Bank in the past. She obtained an undergraduate degree in Political science from University of Pittsburgh and Graduated from Harvard Law School in 2005.

Gilmore T. Moyo 
Moyo is a 23 year old Global Citizen, born and raised in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He is the Founder & Managing Editor of Deck Magazine and also a member of the British Council Global Changemakers International Network. Gilmore has been involved in the Global arts & cultural industry since the age of 16 & is the Founder/CEO of Zimbabwe’s arts and branding management company, Hunnar Management Agency. He has sat on international panels and has contributed greatly in the sustainability of the creative industries of Zimbabwe as a whole. He boasts working with Alliance Francaise, Civic World, Tallberg Forum, UNESCO and British Council, amongst many international establishments. Gilmore Tee holds Diplomas in French, Development Studies and Leadership. He is involved in a lot of artistic programs across the world and was recently listed as the Worlds Most Influential Young People 2013 by UK Magazine – Eduzine. Gilmore Tee is simply an Arts Practitioner.

Deborah Ahenkorah- Ghana
Ahenkorah is the co-founder and executive director of Golden Baobab which is renowned for its annual Golden Baobab Literary Prize. She created this prize with one mission in mind: to inspire African writers to create stories for young readers. In the past four years, this literary award has inspired the creation of over 850 children and young adult stories from 15 countries. Deborah has been recently named by the Echoing Green Fellowship as one of twenty-two of the most “game changing social innovators in the world today.” In 2011, she was identified by Playing for Change as one of Ghana’s leading social entrepreneurs working to make the world a better place for children and youth. Deborah studied political science at Bryn Mawr College and pursued her passion for global issues by gaining experience in the European Union Parliament and The Global Fund for Children. Her current mission is to ensure that in the next ten years young people in Africa and the African diaspora have a consistent supply of stellar African literature. Deborah is a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum.

Kariuki Gathitu- Kenya
Having been in the banking industry, Kariuki saw the difficulties that people have when it comes to payments and especially mobile payments. This led to the birth of MPAYER, his mobile money management system, has been widely acknowledged and received awards for innovation. MPAYER recently won second position in a global competiton held in south Africa called Dragons Den and was the best application in Africa and second in the world among 50 top startups globally. MPAYER is having great impact in the SME space in Kenya, allowing small businesses to build strong scalable businesses. Kariuki is passionate about innovation, technology and business. He is also involved in youth advocacy and from time to time travels around the continent speaking to young people about entrepreneurship. He has worked with the African union, the World Bank and even governments in this capacity.

Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, Faleke Oluwatoyin, and Bello Eniola- Nigeria
At the age of 14 and 15 years old, Four Nigerian students have shown their innovative sides by developing a Urine Powered Generator. The generator produces six hours of power for one litre of urine. They displayed their invention at Maker Faire Africa in Lagos, Nigeria, an annual event meant to showcase ingenuity

Ashish Thakkar-Rwanda
Born in the United Kingdom, Ashish and his family moved back to Africa after surviving the historic Rwandan genocide and generational exile of African families. He grew up in the UK and Uganda and now lives in Dubai.In 1996, Ashish borrowed $6,000 to start his first IT Company that’s when he bought and sold computers. Within a year, he transitioned from a high school student to a full time entrepreneur. In a span of 15 years, Ashish J. Thakkar built a conglomerate of IT, real estate and manufacturing companies with operations in 26 countries and employing over 7,000 people worldwide.
He has also been appointed on the advisory panels to several heads of state in sub-Saharan Africa and is also a team member of the Commonwealth Business Council and COMESA. Ashish has been profiled by several publications and media outlets including Forbes, The Economist, CNN, Africa Business Journal, Ventures Africa, San Jose Mercury, Reuters and the BBC.The culmination of Ashish J. Thakkar’s business achievements has been instituting Mara Foundation, the nonprofit social enterprise of Mara Group which focuses on emerging African entrepreneurs..In the near future, Ashish J. Thakkar will represent East Africa on Virgin Galactic’s mission into space, thereby making him Africa’s second astronaut.

Hadeel Ibrahim- Tanzania
Hadeel Ibrahim is the founding Executive Director of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, which was established in 2006 to support great African leadership. She is a member the Boards of the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice (MRFCJ), Carter Center UK, Refugees International and the Institute of African Leadership for Sustainable Development (UONGOZI Institute) in Tanzania. Hadeel is a Patron of Restless Development, a youth led development agency. She previously spent time with the Africa Section of Actis Private Equity Investors and with EMP Africa.

Boniface Mwangi- Kenya
Boniface Mwangi is an award winning Kenyan photographer and photo-activist. Boniface is the Project Director of Picha Mtaani, which is a mobile photo exhibition held in towns across Kenya, showcasing photographs of the post-election violence that rocked various parts of the country in 2007/08. Picha Mtaani has reached over 500,000 individuals and plans to develop an online platform that will use photography as a catalyst for social change across East Africa. Boniface has worked as a photojournalist for the Standard, and has worked as a freelancer for Bloomberg, the AFP, Reuters, the Boston Globe, as well as a number of other media outlets. He holds a Diploma in Print Journalism from the East African School of Journalism, and has been recognized as a TED Fellow and twice as the CNN Multichoice Africa Photojournalist of the Year.

Michael Mulunga- Namibia
After observing the poor conditions that the youth in Namibia lived with, Michael decided to work youths from one of the poorest communities in his region to start a poultry project as part of them generating an income for themselves. Michael is  one of more than 100 young African leaders from 45 countries who were invited to the President’s Forum with Young African Leaders August 3-5 in Washington. He was also a Google’s Zeitgeist Young Minds 2011 Winner.

Eddy Gicheru Oketch- Kenya
Oketch is the Kenyan born founder and Trustee of PAD ( PAD is a youth leadership, peace-building and enterprise incubator that established youth economic empowerment projects and develop African Peace Ambassadors in the continent. PAD has established 20 influential youth groups, income-generation projects and reached about 250,000 young people in Kenya, Mozambique and Uganda in this youth peace-building strategy. Such projects include agricultural projects for young people to bolster their income, escape poverty and avoid negative participation in conflicts. Eddy is also a Global Changemaker with the British Council who has participated in the World Economic Forum on Africa twice as a discussion leader and was a panel discussion leader in the May 2012 G8 summit, a platform addressed by President Barrack Obama and accomplished world leaders such as Hon. Hillary Clinton and Irish rock star Paul David Hewson (Bono). He was a 2012 participant in the Washington DC Clinton Global Initiative University and at a young age, he is a trained UNESCO International Youth Peace Ambassador in Penang Malaysia who also consults for the MasterCard Foundation head leadership in Toronto Canada on youth entrepreneurship and engagement strategy.
Sandra Appiah-Ghana
When Sandra Appiah, 23, with her partner Isaac Boateng met in New York City and discovered they shared similar challenges in accepting their African heritage, the two decided to team up and attempt to rebrand their continent’s image by sharing the positive stories being left untold. Through their biannual publication Face 2 Face Africa magazine, which just published its premiere issue, Appiah, who serves as editor-in-chief, and Boateng, the magazine’s publisher, cover everything from politics to lifestyle, entertainment, African fashion and beauty, and issues facing the latest generation coming out of the African diaspora and across the globe.

Richard Turere- Kenya
He is the innovator behind ‘Lion Lights’ which are flashing lights set up around a perimeter facing outwards; which are used to scare away lions. Richard devised ‘Lion Lights’ to prevent night attacks by lions on his family’s cattle herd, which was located in Kitengela on the unfenced south side of Nairobi National Park, in Kenya. These types of attacks often lead to the hunting and killing of the lions, which are endangered. After his innovation the lion attacks ceased and soon neighbours were asking for him to set up similar systems around their farms. The cattle were also calmer because the lights meant that they could see the land around was safe.

Foglabenchi Lily Haritu- Cameroon
Lily Haritu is the youngest individual to reach the position of program supervisor in the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services. She has demonstrated an outstanding  commitment to reproductive and sexual health rights education and rights promotion particularly through her work with stationary and rural mobile clinics across Cameroon. This work has accelerated development efforts in maternal and child health promotion and HIV/AIDS prevention and care. Lily has empowered women to negotiate safer sex practices and has increased access to sexual education and counselling for young adolescent girls. She was also a finalist for the Commonwealth Youth Awards or Excellence in Development Work

Brian Bwesigye- Uganda
Bwesigye was born in 1987 in Kigezi, south-western Uganda. He studied Law at Makerere University and Human Rights at Central European University- Budapest. He is co-founder of the Centre for African Cultural Excellence (CACE), which seeks to harness the role of culture and the arts in improving society. He also teaches in the School of Liberal and Performance Arts and Faculty of Law at Makerere and Busoga universities respectively.Bwesigye’s non-fiction and literary work has appeared in literary and academic journals, websites, magazines, national newspapers and in other places, including the Uganda Modern Literary Digest, New Black Magazine, Saraba and Readers Cafe Africa among others. His book, Fables out of Nyanja, a collection of short fictional rhythmic narratives of childhood is published by Kushinda (2012). He is presently a Theatre Fellow at the D&F Academy, Hamburg, Germany.

Simon Ssenkaayi- Uganda
Simon Ssenkaayi, is a Rotarian, a youth advocate, passionate leader and motivational and inspirational speaker. He has advanced training in advocacy from Turkey, sustainable youth-led development from UAE, SME management from China.A graduate with an MBA with great focus on marketing management and strategy. He has previously worked with Youth for Human Rights International (Uganda Chapter), Germany Foundation for world population (Dsw_Bonita), Save the Children Uganda, Uganda Red Cross Society, Young Empowered and Health initiative for and by young people under Uganda Aids Commission funded by USAID, Winsor Development Consultants, Ministry of Youth Buganda Kingdom, Founder and Senior trainer of Global Empowerment Link and other NGOs. He is currently the National Director World Faith International – Uganda Chapter, Alumni of the 5th World Youth Congress Istanbul-Tuurkey, Democratic Party Youth Leader – Makindye Sub-County, Business Trainer on CBS FM and RADIO TWO Kampala ,Buganda Youth Council and Community Mobiliser – Ministry of Youth, Buganda Kingdom

Erasmus Mweene- Zambia
Erasmus Mweene’s work revolves around Social Entrepreneurship and activism on youth empowerment, HIV/AIDS, Gender-Based Violence and Sustainable Development. He is the founder of a youth-led and non-profit organization known as Youth Activism for Change (YAfC). He is currently serving as Zambia’s National Focal Point for the Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS (GYCA), and he is also an ambassador for the Global Youth Innovation Network (GYIN). In 2012,his project won as the best suggested employment creation project at the Rhodes Youth Forum held on the Rhodes Island, Greece.

Fungai Machirori- Zimbabwe
Fungai Machirori is a Zimbabwean new media activist who runs a personal blog and has recently launched a Zimbabwean women’s web platform, Her Zimbabwe. Fungai’s personal blog (‘Fungai Neni’ online at tackles personal and social challenges from an intimate, provocative and gendered perspective and has been awarded accolades including runner-up at the prestigious World Youth Summit Awards in 2011. Her Zimbabwe (online at is a dynamic new platform for Zimbabwean women to articulate and celebrate the complexity and diversity of their feminine identities.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

My Best Cartoons Series of All Time..

My young sister keeps mocking me that am getting childish despite of me being more than two decades old,she thinks after childhood one should not involve himself in watching cartoons,it took time for me to educate her what are the importance of watching cartoons even after one's childhood..

I still watch cartoons, its one reason am TV fanatic...and today without hesitating i will list my best cartoons of all time...

  • Scooby Dooby Doo..

Perhaps one of my best cartoons of all time,i know in this i have allies ..Scooby-Doo is an American animated cartoon franchise, comprising several animated television series produced from 1969 to the present day.I am a big Hannah-Barbera fan...and my best characters in this cartoon are Scooby Doo ,Scraby Doo ,Shaggy and Velma..

  • The Simpson (1989-present)

For over 20 years, The Simpsons has been part of most American’s homes and it is the greatest cartoon that has ever been made.Even my Grand dad likes the Simpson ,for some reason its now the longest-running scripted show in television history. This American adult animated sitcom created by Matt Groening has broadcast 528 episodes and the twenty-fourth season ended on May 19, 2013. The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, the longest-running American animated program.

  • Tom and Jerry 

The most famous cartoon of all time,Tom and Jerry is loved by everyone,may it be kids or adults..For over 70 years this cartoon has helped many families to warm their coaches.The original series is notable for having won seven Academy Awards, tying with Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies as the theatrical animated series with the most Oscars. A longtime television staple, Tom and Jerry has a worldwide audience and has been recognized as one of the most famous and longest-lived rivalries in American cinema.The series features comedic fights between an iconic set of enemies, a house cat and mouse.
  • The Real Ghost Busters .

Why lie,i used to hide my face under a pillow,some scenes sure frightened me..The series follows the continuing adventures of The Ghostbusters, secretary Janine, accountant Louis, and their mascot Slimer, as they chase and capture rogue spirits around New York and various other areas of the world.

  • Looney Tunes

The Looney Tunes franchise brought us some of the most famous characters in the history of animation.  Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Sylvester and Tweety, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, The Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote, Marvin the Martian, Foghorn Leghorn, Pepe Le Pew, Speedy Gonzalez, theTasmanian Devil and many more. The most popular Looney Tunes character, Bugs Bunny, is regarded as a cultural icon and has appeared in more films than any other cartoon character. Several Looney Tunes shorts are regarded as some of the greatest animated cartoons of all time.
  • The Pinky and the brain

The characters Pinky and the Brain first appeared in 1993 as a recurring segment on the show Animaniacs.
Pinky and Brain are genetically enhanced laboratory mice who reside in a cage in the Acme Labs research facility. Brain is self-centered and scheming; Pinky is good-natured but feebleminded. In each episode, Brain devises a new plan to take over the world, which ultimately ends in failure, usually due to Pinky's idiocy, the impossibility of Brain's plan, Brain's own arrogance, or just circumstances beyond their control. 

  • The Flintstones

It’s so old, that the first two seasons were actually in black and white.Really Black and white? prime-time American television sitcom that was broadcast from September 30, 1960, to April 1, 1966, on ABC...The show is set in the Stone Age town of Bedrock. (In some of the earlier episodes, it was also referred to as "Rockville".) In this fantasy version of the past, dinosaurs, saber-toothed tigers, woolly mammoths, and other long-extinct animals co-exist with cavemen. Like their mid-20th century counterparts, these cavemen listen to records, live in split-level homes, and eat out at restaurants, yet their technology is made entirely from pre-industrial materials and largely powered through the use of animals. For example, the cars are made out of stone, wood, and animal skins, and powered by the passengers' feet (as in the theme song, "Through the courtesy of Fred's two feet").
  • The Jetsons

Believe it or not but it was the first program ever to be broadcast in color on ABC-TV,The Jetsons are a family residing in Orbit City in the year 2062.The city's architecture is rendered in the Googie style, and all homes and businesses are raised high above the ground on adjustable columns. George Jetson lives with his family in the Skypad Apartments: his wife Jane is a homemaker, their teenage daughter Judy attends Orbit High School, and their early-childhood son Elroy attends Little Dipper School. Housekeeping is seen to by a robot maid, Rosie.
  • Cow and Chicken

The program focuses on the misadventures of two unlikely yet somehow biological siblings; the sweet-natured, dim, ecstatic anthropomorphic Cow and her cynical elder brother Chicken. The series is set in an eccentric, surreal environment and humored with laughably grotesque, repulsive comedy and animation, and revolves around the surreal, strange escapades experienced by Cow and Chicken that are often triggered by their odd, naked enemy the Red Guy.I personally like chicken...

  • Wacky Races

Hanna-Barbera hits again on my list,It featured over 23 different characters, (which today would all be voiced by 2 people) all racing in various races across America.The cars racing against each other in various road rallies throughout North America, with each driver hoping to win the title of the "World's Wackiest Racer.One of my best..
  • The Transformers

The series depicts a war among giant robots that can transform into vehicles and other objects. Written and recorded in America, the series was animated in Japan and South Korea..My best character was Optimus Prime.

  • Captain Planet
I cant forget this,captain planet always would say "by our powers combine",Gaia, the spirit of the Earth sends five magic rings, four with the power to control an element of nature and one controlling the element of Heart, to five chosen youths across the globe: Kwame from Africa, Wheeler from North America, Linka from the Soviet Union (changed to Eastern Europe after the Soviet Union's collapse), Gi from Asia, and Ma-Ti from South America.In situations that the Planeteers cannot resolve alone, they can combine their powers to summon Captain Planet, a super hero.The Planeteers cannot use their rings while Captain Planet has been summoned.
  • Double Dragons

The Lee brothers separated at birth, with Billy being raised by an elderly martial arts master known as the Oldest Dragon. In contrast, his brother Jimmy is raised by the evil Shadow Master to become his second-in-command, the Shadow Boss. As a result, the Lee brothers meet each other as adversaries after being reunited as adults. By the end of the second episode, Jimmy is betrayed by the Shadow Master, which leads to Jimmy seeing the error of his ways and joining his brother to battle against the Shadow Master.The Lee brothers made use of magical swords which contained special powers and added dragon masks to the brothers' outfit.
  • The Super friends

I would say a great combination ,we had superman ,batman and other Heroes,this is among my best super hero series of all time,Superman joined forces with other Hero's to fight against crime...popular heroes in this series are Batman,Robin and Superman ..the rest heroes mostly appeared on comic books only.

  • Archer

An adult TV series that each episode will never disappoint you ,Set at ISIS, the International Secret Intelligence Service in New York City, suave and incredibly self-centered master spy Sterling Archer deals with global espionage; his domineering, emotionally-cold mother and boss, Malory Archer; his ex-girlfriend (and fellow ISIS agent), Lana Kane; and his other ISIS co-workers (including fellow agent Ray Gillette, accountant Cyril Figgis, Human Resources Director Pam Poovey, secretary Cheryl Tunt, and Applied Research head Doctor Krieger); as well as a less-than-masculine code name: "Duchess" (after his mother's deceased Afghan Hound).
  • Family Guy  

A Seth Macfarlane adult series,The series centers on the Griffins, a dysfunctional family consisting of parents Peter and Lois; their children Meg, Chris, and Stewie; and their anthropomorphic pet dog Brian. The show is set in the fictional city of Quahog, Rhode Island, and exhibits much of its humor in the form of cutaway gags that often lampoon American culture.My favorite character is Stewie, Stewie is a diabolical infant son of ambiguous sexual orientation who has adult mannerisms and uses stereotypical archvillain phrases.
  • South Park

an American adult animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the show has become famous for its crude language and dark, surreal humor that lampoons a wide range of topics. The ongoing narrative revolves around four boys—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick—and their bizarre adventures in and around the titular Colorado town.

  My list is lacking some of the cartoons,but the mentioned are the one i surely prefer,if you think there others that i should have added don't hesitate to comment.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Why Every young man should Dress well..


I always think that every man should dress well since it improves your self esteem ,today am to speak of my fellow blooming friends,i always say being young is a crucial stage ,i think dressing well at a young age is so crux.I don't mean to say Old-man shouldn't dress to kill ,many of them old dudes have a well fixed wardrobe and they know how to put on those tuxedo's .

I welcome argument for this post since not every young dude out there thinks of dressing perfectly well ,and their those who think its so OK looking like here are some reasons that make me arguably think all men should dress well.

Dressing well improves your self esteem/it improves inordinately or exaggeratedly favorable impression of oneself.


Believe it or not, it helps keep things in perspective.  You live in your clothes.  Things will happen to your clothes.  At some point you’re going to spill something on a favorite pair of shoes or shirt… and y’know what?  It’s just stuff.

Dressing well makes people take you so serious even if they really don't know who you are.

Dressing well will make you gain trust from different elderly people,as young as you are dressing 
smart might bring you more deals than you ever expected.

We have heard of cities where policeman just roam around to pick on those who look like crap,thinking they are burglars..dressing well will save you from this.

Your hand shake will seem stronger.

flawless Beautiful girls will all think you are a real man,and you will easily have of your choice.

You get more attention when you visit any office may it be Bank,Zantel Shop,Law Firm or even KFC.


Your ex girlfriend will always seem regretful ,thinking you have become a better man not that boy 
who used to drop his pants and wearing a Fitch stripped vest,with countless number of fake gold hanging.

Dressing well makes you 40% more handsome

Sometimes you will get more offers on drinks and lunch.

Everyone will want to hangout with you,they all think your super awesome.


With a smile and confident eye contact, you can look like you belong just about anywhere.


Girls will think you own a fortune in that tuxedo,they will always think you are that super millionaire.


 It’s about potential.  Most want to max out their personal potential.  Maximizing your potential, at surface level, often includes how you present yourself.  That includes your clothes.  And they certainly don’t have to be expensive to help you reach the level of confidence you deserve.


Shining a great pair of shoes is sort of like hand washing a really cool car.


Pals will always want you to help them pick up some costumes,some will ask you to design their wedding outfits don't believe this ask Sheria Ngowi.

Some girls find it sexy when we take off our blazers/jackets..

As a younger guy, you give all those older gentlemen hope.


Bartenders seem to keep a good eye on you for when you need another drink.

You can easily pick up a lie...You can tell people you are a manager at a certain firm and they will always trust you. 

What else do you think is missing?? comment!!

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Big Brother Africa All About Coupling

Since day one, Sierra Leone’s Bolt and Ethiopia’s beauty Betty have shared a bed. Since then they have done a lot more than share a bed. From jealous lovers to making out, the pair have done it all only for them to be separated on Sunday when Betty was evicted from the Big Brother Africa (BBA) house.

Holding on to each other so tight, it was sad to watch the two bid each other farewell. Now Bolt has to plot for another game plan. It makes you think that maybe it wasn’t such a bad thing that LK4 and Koketso were evicted on the same day. Also evicted on Sunday was Botswana’s Motamma. Her exit was nothing to write home about simply because she has not been paired up with anyone unlike her other housemates.

Coupling is what BBA critics are against the most because it encourages housemates to make out which seems to be the only thing on most of this year’s housemates’ minds. Some of the scenes in BBA The Chase are too sensual that they are not aired on the main BBA channel 198 and can only be viewed on Big Brother VIP.

Some don’t even make it there. It goes without saying that such increases the show’s rating. The introduction of the award for the most romantic gestures and the rendezvous room for couples and friends, provide more avenues for intimacy. From a critic’s eye, that means more immorality. Big Brother seems to be encouraging it. And the fact that housemates are moved from house to house making them change who to pair with frequently doesn’t help matters.
The couples

So we have Feza who has moved on from only holding hands with Oneal to kissing. Theirs seemed real only for her to declare her love for Melvin on Saturday when housemates from both houses partied together.
And word in the Big Brother circles is that Selly made out with Nando and yet on Saturday, she eagerly told Sulu (the two flirted a lot when in the same house) that she misses him and can’t wait to switch houses to his on Friday.

Pokello who is being pursued by Elikem was on Saturday flirting endlessly with the handsome Tanzanian housemate Nando. Elikem is also pursuing Fatima. Africa hadn’t seen him clearly when it gave the title of player to LK4. There’s also Hakeem and Cleo and many others. Without forgeting the "friend with benefits" thing between Nando and Selly. As the days go by, we should be seeing more couples and change of pairs. Whether this is a good or bad thing, is a personal opinion.
Romantic Gestures
Week one: Hakeem asked Cleo on a date which scored them victory in that week.
Week two: Koketso and LK4 were the winners for the strawberries and cream treat she fed him.
Week three: Hakeem’s gifts to Cleo in the Rendezvous Room won that week’s most romantic Gesture.
Week four: The battle is between Bimp’s piggyback rides for Beverly and Elikem’s surprise breakfast in bed treat for Pokello.

Bongo So Called Star Search

So this year’s, EBSS is back with the motto  'KAMUA' will take place in six regions which are Mbeya, Arusha, Zanzibar, Mwanza, Dodoma and Dar es Salaam.

I have been watching the show since the first season and I just love that it has created a lot of stars, really wish i remembered their names . I would hate to see the show die because it has sentimental meaning to so many Tanzanians,since it can be that desired platform to probable stardom.

Over the years,without any notable mainstream contestant the show has gain more popularity maybe largely to the hefty pockets of its main sponsor or Madam Ritha's exquisite charms. Nonetheless I believe this year around they will be able to see their negativity and maybe manage to overcome them. We just need a superstar out of the show.

Off course its plain sight their ordinary ensemble of judges has become boring and their rather repetitious in their empty comments. Maybe they should bring in somebody new to add that extra excitement. It won't be bad if Madam Ritha herself steps down and put somebody more dynamic as a judge, since she is the CEO i don't think it will put any strain in her finances compared to the rest of the judges. 

However the show is still of a large significance in our country and if improved it will benefit the country as whole. Maybe i just want to see something like the Coca Cola pop star, that cheap contest which paved the way to stardom for Shaa, Witness and Langa (RIP)..Its just sad and funny seeing the winners of Bongo Star Search directionless and surprisingly still poor, whereas the sponsors,directors and other internal personnel laugh straight to the bank in the end of the day


Monday, June 24, 2013

"Clouds" The Most Moving Song Ever

"When faced with months to live, how do you say goodbye?" Like so many other terminally ill cancer patients before him, Zach Sobiech turned to music. Though in this instance, the 17-year-old musician from Lakeland, Minn. is facing his situation with a touching song, titled "Clouds."

After battling bone cancer for three years, Minnesota teenager Zach Sobiech was told this past May that the disease had spread and that there were no longer any effective treatments available.

In response to this disheartening diagnosis, Sobiech embraced music as a way of bidding farewell to his friends and family. The resulting song, titled "Clouds," is an inspirational and courageous message of hope in the face of a harrowing

 Zach Sobiech passed away May 20, 2013. Our hearts and prayers are with his family and friends. We are forever touched by his story. Thank you for sharing your life and music with us Zach. You will be dearly missed and loved.

 Beautiful song that I'll hum forever. What a talented boy whose bravery and grace have left a big mark on this world. How many people who live into old age can make that claim?

Saturday, June 22, 2013

The 5 Most Beautiful University Campuses in Kenya

5.The Catholic University of Eastern African (CUEA)

The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), like most other universities, started in a modest way. It commenced as a graduate school of theology known as the Catholic Higher Institute of Eastern Africa (CHIEA).
Located in Langata, Nairobi, CUEA gives a feel of nature with large green spaces and numerous trees.  - See more at:
Located in Langata, Nairobi, CUEA gives a feel of nature with large green spaces and numerous trees.  - See more at:

Located in Langata,Catholic University is among the most respected universities in the republic.The University has a well designed Library and Halls..It has a conducive environment for studying ,it has an excellent green nature,surrounded by numerous trees..

4.Strathmore University

Strathmore College was started in 1961 as an Advanced-level Sixth Form College offering Science and Arts subjects by a group of professionals, who formed a charitable Educational Trust (now the Strathmore Educational Trust).
The college has a magnificent structure ,beautiful buildings ..for some reason the college should be ranked the first but due to its lack of green environment it stands the 4.



3.Kenyatta University 
Their mission being to provide quality education and training, promote scholarship, service, innovation and  creativity and inculcate moral values for sustainable individual and societal development.”
The University is highly famous and respected in Africa,it offers variety of studies,the collage managed to hit number 3 after a serious renovation ,the halls and Library are exquisite..



2. University of Nairobi

The only institution of higher learning in Kenya for a long time, the University of Nairobi responded to the national, regional and Africa's high level manpower training needs by developing and evolving strong, diversified academic programmes and specializations in basic sciences, applied sciences, technology, humanities, social sciences and the arts.

 The Oldest university in the republic is in a very good shape i would say,the administration has done a splendid job,the environment is conducive for studying despite the universities library being small and the oldest,the administration tirelessly keeps on making this place perfect.



1.United States International University (USIU)

The best there is,the college has marvelous architectural designs in the republic ..the university has gained much respect through its appearance ,it has the best green environment..their new library is arguably the best in Kenya.. 




Friday, June 21, 2013

Types of Traditional African Jewelry

Precious stones, such as diamonds and jade, as well as precious metals, such as gold and silver, are common in jewelry around the world. What about in Africa? How many types of African jewelry - jewelry originating in Africa, or made in Africa, or worn in Africa - do you know?

1. Beads

Beadwork is common across Africa. Famous for their beadwork, made into necklaces and bangles or arm bands, are the Maasai and the Samburu of Kenya, as well as South Africans.

2. Bone

Bone is an excellent material for carving earrings, necklaces and even bangles. Bone is usually animal bone, readily available from slaughter houses. Bone is an excellent replacement for ivory, the use of which endangers the existence of elephants.

3. Clay

Red or white clay can be formed into beads, to make earrings, necklaces and arm bands. Clay jewelry can also be painted into any colours of choice.

4. Animal Teeth

Like bone, animal teeth are an excellent replacement for ivory, and are readily available at slaughter houses.

5. Metals

Many African cultures do have a tradition of metal work. The Hima women of southern Africa, for example, wear heavy metal bands around the feet and the arms. Metals used for jewelry in Africa include copper, iron, bronze, gold or silver. In west Africa, gold smithing is a well-developed art, with elaborate pieces of jewelry being fashioned out of gold.
Bronze was also used for forms of art such as statues.

6. Plant Material

Plant material is a favourite source of jewelry, because the materials are cheap and readily available. Earrings and arm bands can be plaited or woven out of straw, rushes or banana leaves.
My favourite earrings ever (and they have lasted over 25 years!) are made of neatly plaited banana leaf.

7. Stone

Sandstone is a type of stone found mainly in eastern Kenya. It is soft and easy to carve, into figures and statures, but also into earrings and arm bands. Sandstone can be painted into colours of choice after carving.

8. Horn

Animal horn is a favourite material for making jewelry in Africa, because the colour of earrings or necklaces carved from horn is distinctive, and varies in an unpredictable - and therefore interesting - way. Additionally, animal horn is readily available at a low cost.

9. Wood

Wooden jewelry is common and beloved in Africa. Wood can be painted or varnished at will, after carving. Wood makes beautiful wide arm bands or bangles, large but light earrings and elegant necklaces.

10. Leather

Leather work is well-developed in Africa, especially for making furnishings and bags. But leather is also used to fashion arm bands, woven necklaces and even earrings. The leather comes from domestic animals, and occasionally, wild life.

12. Feathers

Birds such as peacocks, cranes, flamingoes and ostriches have beautiful feathers in uniques colours and quality, which are occasionally fashioned into earrings. Caution is in order, however, so as not to endanger the various bird species.

13. Animal Hair

Earrings and arm bands made of plaited wild life hair, such as elephant or giraffe hair are rare, and valued accordingly.

14. Ivory

Despite all international effort to deter it, ivory does find its way into the hands of artisans, who fashion figures and jewelry out of it, sometimes illegally. When one considers the cost in elephant lives and suffering, it is clear that horn, animal teeth and bone are better alternatives.

15. Precious stone

Of course there is precious stone in Africa too. Diamonds, tanzanite, jasper, opals, topaz and quarz, out of which beautiful jewelry are made.

Most African jewelry tend to be flamboyant and inexpensive...