An evangelical pastor has been arrested for raping his faithful, after convincing them that his reproductive organs contained “holy milk” which they need for holy healing.

Sobrino Valdeci Picanto, an evangelical pastor from Brazil, persuaded his followers that he practiced his strange beliefs because it was the way he preached the word, saying that his ‘milk’ was sacred.

And this pastor said his reproductives was blessed and that “the Lord had consecrated with divine milk of the Holy Spirit” and of course, had to go around evangelizing.

“He convinced us that only God could come into our lives through the mouth”, a follower said,

“Often, after worship, Pastor Valdeci asked us to do perform oral acts on him until the Holy Spirit came through seed and delivered funds to the church.”

Sobrino Valdeci Picanto, 59, was arrested in Apore, Goiás, Brazil, for raping several women attending his church.

He gave as an excuse that his reproductive organs had been consecrated with “divine seminal fluid of the Holy Spirit.”

Valdecir came to abuse some elderly, and defends himself by saying that ‘he had an encounter with Jesus in a brothel and gave him the mission of spreading the sacred semen throughout the state, beginning with the faithful Apore Assembly, of which he is responsible’.

Denise Pinheiro, delegate of the region, said, “Valdecir was caught red-handed while rubbing his reproductive units in the face of a local merchant, which promised to make more sales in her business due to the divine liquid.
When we acted Valdecir offered no resistance and even asked if I wanted to be part of the kingdom of heaven on the way to the police station.

Earlier this month, a South African Prophet charged at a pair of lions in a national park to prove the power of the spirit. The lions called his bluff and nearly killed him. He was saved by rangers who shot in the sky dispersing the lions.
Weeks later, Prophet Mboro again from South Africa was reported to have ascended to heaven during a live service. He surfaced a week later and claimed he took selfies with his Samsung Galaxy Smartphone and has been selling them for $500 USD each. He also said Jesus has a hot black wife in heaven.
A few days ago, we reported similarly shocking news of a Pastor who asked his entire church to undress during a live service and touch each other.He has promised to hold a one night stand church service which will be streamed.
A little down south however, Lesotho would have none of it and they arrested a Pastor who played indecent videos in church on the big screen.


The surviving victims of the Manchester Arena explosion have a new ally … 5,000 miles from the UK.

Face Forward — a Beverly Hills-based non-profit that helps survivors of violent and disfiguring crimes — has sprung into action after the nail bomb killed 22 and injured 59.

Face Forward is offering victims free facial reconstructive surgeries. Face Forward is also offering airfare, accommodations, anesthesiologists, medicine and an after-care nurse. The team includes surgeons, doctors, dentists and therapists.

The org’s been around for a decade now with big celebs — from Sharon Stone and Nelly to “SugarShane Mosley — touting its work.

Some of the most extreme examples … reconstructive surgery for a Kenyan boy whose face was distorted after he was beaten at an orphanage, and a domestically abused woman who needed to have her jaw wired shut for a year.

Their families can contact the organization here.

My Encounter With ‘Runs-girls’ At Lekki Beach Road

In this report, SAMUEL ABULUDE writes on his encounter with commercial sex workers, popularly called ‘runs-girls’ at Lekki Beach road, otherwise called New Kuramo.

At night in different places in Lagos, mostly low-income and densely populated areas, women of ‘easy virtues’ are a common sight. Prostitution, a trade that is as old as early biblical times has become a disturbing trend in Lagos, Nigeria. The vice has unwittingly become part of Lagos’ social life.

Commercial sex workers otherwise called runs-girls, opos or aristos are increasing and becoming more daring business-wise, no thanks to the harsh economic conditions of young adults with no meaningful sponsorship or deviants desirous of life on the fast lane.

LEADERSHIP Weekend correspondent embarked on a fact-finding mission on Independence Day to gather first-hand information and see the activities of the runs-girls in Lekki Beach environs located at Jakande round-about in Lekki-Ajah area of Victoria Island, lagos.

LEADERSHIP Weekend learnt that the inhabitants who have made Kuramo beach their abode relocated from Lekki Beach as a result of the tumultuous ocean surge experienced two years ago which claimed many lives. Initially the homeless people and orphans who had no relations in Lagos and girls of easy virtue from Kuramo Beach had moved to Marwa Beach located at Lekki Phase 1 but due to the inconvenience and nuisance they posed to the people who reside there, they were finally moved to Lekki Beach road.

At 8.30pm, our correspondent got to the area which was bustling with life, with all kinds of trade going on, from the snooker joint to the noodles sellers, viewing centres where football fans were watching a live-UEFA Champions League football match to marijuana smokers-hang out and other businesses. Indeed, Lekki Beach now referred to as New Kuramo Beach is a haven that is full of life. As our correspondent approached, stern-looking boys starred at him while girls lined on both sides of the dilapidated road leading to the beach, beckoned.

Pat was the first prostitute who approached our correspondent and they began talks; exchanging pleasantries. She was dressed in a yellow skimpy outfit with her boobs bare. “Bros make we go do na? You are looking good oh,” she said in pidgin. He stopped to listen to her. After asking for her price, she responded N2,500. He was not to fall for that and responded. “Haba, that one too much now; how about N500? As you de see me so, I fit be fine boy but plenty money no dey for hand oh.” She laughed and turned down the offer and asked for N1000. “I no even get that N1,000, as I dey here now, na N400 I get for the show because I must go house and here no be my place,” he requested.   Pat from Kwale part of Delta State (they don’t normally say their real names) had earlier discouraged me from going to the beach side giving reason that at this time of the night, the place was filled with dangerous people and touts who would rob me. She finally agreed that I pay the N400, adding that I was her first customer. This meant that one could have a night-stand with Kuramo babes for as low as N400. The girls on the hundreds of metre stretch along Lekki Beach road were numerous as one could find them everywhere along the badly-lit area of the sprawling community. They were not alone in this, young teens were everywhere on the street and our correspondent’s inquisitiveness was aroused as to what they were up to. A man from the northern part of the country, doing business there, revealed that the community was still developing as more people come to Jakande-Lekki Beach road on a daily basis. Another girl, Joy, beckoned on our correspondent to come for a ‘sex game’ without mentioning a price tag and he played along. She was beautiful and looked matured wearing a red t-shirt. Her room was tucked inside the wooden stalls where each one of them had their clients. About 10 rooms were created in a partitioned space made of wood. Joy disclosed that she just arrived the area about a week and a half ago from Benin. Her price was N1,500 and she wouldn’t go lower than N1000. Our correspondent told her that he couldn’t afford that as he was not residing here. On leaving her room, he playfully but mindfully asked how much she charges for a night, what they call ‘till-day-break’ (TDB). She said that when he was ready, he should come. He pressed further and she opened up that she charges a minimum of N5,000.

This abode of prostitutes can better be imagined as young girls travel far from their villages and towns to seek greener pastures in Lagos. Prostitution is the easy way out for them as some of them make as much as N10,000 daily, depending on the number of customers.

LEADERSHIP Weekend gathered that the girls pay N1,000 per day for the usage of the place, apart from other sundry charges that arise from time to time.

The northern man disclosed that Kuramo girls are everywhere and they were what made the area lively. “Na different business dey here oh. The okadas (motorcycle riders) are here as you can see, (pointing to the numerous motorcycles parked by the road side). Everybody wey you de see for here live here and do business here; some pick pockets but some also de do good business. This place don dey here since but the Kuramo girls came here last year after the Marwa beach managers chased them away. Here they can enjoy themselves so far dem de pay the chairman here,” he said. There were stalls being built at the opposite side of this community and the aristos would eventually rent them for their trade. As our correspondent glanced at some of the boys hanging around like the prostitutes, he concluded that it won’t be out of place if some of them indulge in homosexuality apart from touting around this place because there are few legitimate jobs in Lekki-Beach-Along. As is typical of such places, barber shops, restaurants, viewing centres and paraga joints are everywhere on this stretch. A hotel is even located not far from the Jakande-Lekki round-about. The community in few years time could be a bee-hive of a potpourri of different activities; the good, the bad and the ugly.

As time wore on and our correspondent started to trek the long stretch out of the area, about 400 metres distance, more girls had come out, all looking for customers. One named Stella beckoned and begged him to follow her. When he asked how much, she said N1,000 but was later ready to settle for less complaining that they were struggling to survive in Lekki Beach as many girls have flooded the area for the same trade. “What a pity for these girls who could trade their God-given virtue which supposed to be for their would-be spouses for just N400 – the price for a meal,” I thought.

A counsellor, Mrs Adebimbe Ajayi, lamented that this was the trend in 21st century Nigeria as girls were now prostitutes losing their virginity as early as 10 years of age. “Something must be done to save the lives of these girls because they are a reflection of how our moral values in Nigeria have degenerated. Relevant agencies should come to the rescue of these ones because a lot of them are in it because they need to feed and survive in Lagos though some have just decided to defile their bodies even when there are skills they can learn and do for a living. The state government through the local government and also religious organisations should come to their recue because the parents are no longer there for these ones,” she concluded.

Source: Leadership




Below is a Whatsapp chat between a prospective client and an online prostitute based in Lagos State made available exclusively to Tori News:



In a survey through the participant observation method conducted in Festac Town area of Lagos as well as on trending social media platforms, startling details showed s*x prices have suffered about 60 to 100% increment with the key players blaming the Buhari administration for the towering hike.

Some ‘regular’ commercial s*x workers around 1st and 6th avenues in Festac charge up to N4,000 to N5,000 for a ‘short time’ package which is for only one round. The former basic price for such pleasure service around December, 2015 was N2,000 or N3,000 depending on the beauty, body structure and taste of the s*x worker in question.

An all-night affair either in a hotel or a personal apartment will cost a whooping sum of N10,000 to N15,000 and even N20,000 with the basic ‘street’ terms and conditions in application.

This service before the doomed fate of the naira and the current inflationary trend ranged from N5,000 to N7,000. The s*x workers have also being so vicious and strict during negotiations compared to the friendly and appealing antics put up in the past which could be adduced to the level of discombobulation faced under the technical recession being experienced in the country.

The online market seems to have witnessed massive deregulation like the oil sector in the country. Social media platforms like, app,,, Instagram and a host of others have been saturated colossally by bleaching ladies scantily-clad to send encrypted business messages to potential customers.

The ones with conspicuous natural endowments such as pawpaw-like boobs and gargantuan bums have a field day displaying their merchandise with men trooping in for the pleasure business.

A concerted study on the application (insta chat) which is a messenger app for people in the Instagram community revealed pleasure sessions have gone up to N30,000 to N35,000 in a venture that didn’t cost more than N7,000 to N10,000 in the past. Most of these ladies adamantly defend their price tags which they term ‘non negotiable’.

Some ladies due to low patronage during the week days which are taken earnestly in Lagos volunteered to take as low as N10,000 to N12,000 for a short time package of simply two rounds during the day.

Coughing up these sums for money for low income earners especially in Lagos where just over 20% of the working population earn over N100,000 as monthly salaries has been excruciatingly inconvenient against the backdrop of a compelling s*xual urge which could be herculean to regulate among randy men.

Anthony Joshua netted £15m from Klitschko fight…but his first payment after win was £120 laundrette bill

Anthony Joshua may have bagged £15m from his stunning knock out win over Wladimir Klitschkoon Saturday – but his first payment after the win was a humble laundry bill.

Heavyweight champions of the world Joshua still takes his clothes to a laundry parlour in Golders Green, north London, near the flat he shares with his mum.

And the 27-year-old has a £120 bill to pay off with a chunk of his huge purse and he hasn’t forgotten.

Anthony Joshua defeats Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley (Photo: Getty)

Anthony Joshua defeats Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley (Photo: Getty)

I Am A Proud Trans Woman, – Nigerian Film Writer Writes

Nigerian transgender lady, Noni Slam, took to IG to pen a beautiful piece to celebrate
Trans Day of Visibility
Noni, who was formerly known as Habeeb Lawal wrote:

Trans day of visibility. Everyday I wake up, I am grateful for seeing the light and for answering it. For the gift of courage to be in spite of what was at stake. No one really fully understands like a trans person, the dysphoria and the disconnect between our true being and what the world thrusts on us. I remember the first two months of transition. Stepping out of the door was hard. Going out and facing the world was even harder. I was able to prevail and get to the point where I’m more comfortable. I don’t hide my transness and I don’t ever intend to. I am proud of my journey and my path to womanhood. Every time I see a trans person online or in person I feel this happiness. Because we aren’t going to live low. We are living and living in bold colors. This is a journey of a lifetime and I’m glad to be living it. Thanks to the friends who support me, even the ones online. Your support and love is all the affirmation I need when it gets tough. And it does get tough. But it is worth it. Living my authentic self is worth it. #transdayofvisibility #transisbeautiful#girlslikeus #