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35-year-old man praises sexual prowess of his 70-year-old wife

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Bernard Musyoki, 35, from Kenya has praised the sexual prowess of his 70-year-old American wife.

Speaking with a local publication, Musyoki who married Deborah Jan Spicer in February 2020 after meeting on Facebook, said his wife is very active and romantic in bed.

He said: “People have been asking whether I and my wife enjoy an intimate relationship… Yes, we do a lot. Actually she is ever ready. My wife is very romantic.

“She always feels 29, not 70.

“Deborah is very active sexually… I can hardly keep up with her.”

The Kenyan man also revealed he was in three relationships which didn’t work before meeting Deborah.

He said: “My first girlfriend we met in 2016. We lived together for about two years but she was very demanding.

“The second one was with a Luo lady in Mombasa…we lost contact when she travelled upcountry with a one-year-old little boy which I believe was my son.

“It’s been more than ten years now.

“I think wherever she is, she got married.”

A few months before he met Deborah, Musyoki revealed he was dating a German woman, a divorcee, who used to foot his bills.

He said: “She was 50 when we met on Facebook back in 2016.

“She used to spoil me.

“She bought me a nice motorcycle and a mountain bike before we parted ways.”

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‘Obtain customers’ consent before sharing their data’ – CBN directs banks, fintechs

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has instructed deposit money banks (DMBs) and financial technology companies (Fintechs) to obtain the consent of their customers before sharing their data with a third party.

The directive is contained in the apex bank’s “Operational Guidelines For Open Banking In Nigeria” released for May 2022.

Open banking requires that banks share their customers’ data with other competing financial institutions for the purpose of marketing and deployment of digital banking products and services.

In the guidelines, the CBN instructed “bank customers’ consent be obtained in the same form the agreement was presented and a copy of the consent of the customer shall be made available to the customer and preserved by the participants.”

The apex bank indicated that participants in open banking shall adhere strictly to security standards when accessing and storing data, and shall be subject to minimum privacy, operational, risk management and customer experience standards.

The CBN added that henceforth, the consent of the customer shall be re-validated annually, stating that where the Application Programming Interface Consumer (AC) had not used the service for 180 days, the participant shall ensure that the connection is configured to terminate upon expiration of the consent.

According to the guidelines, appropriate customer authentication methods such as multi-factor authentication shall be established to reduce the chance of identity theft or fraud.

It also directed that customers shall always have control over their data and be able to access, manage or withdraw their consent at any point in time. It also states that participants shall develop and agree on a consent management mechanism which includes a clear set of policies and procedures.

The CBN recognised the existence of an ecosystem for Application Programming Interface (API) in the banking and payments system.

It said it was also aware of various efforts in the industry to develop acceptable standards among stakeholders.

The apex bank in collaboration with industry stakeholders developed the guidelines in line with the provisions of the regulatory framework.

“The Regulatory Framework for Open Banking in Nigeria established principles for data sharing across the banking and payments system to promote innovations and broaden the range of financial products and services available to bank customers,” the CBN said.

”As a result, open banking recognises the ownership and control of data by customers of financial and non-financial services, and their right to grant authorisation to service providers for the purpose of accessing innovative financial products and services. This is anticipated to drive competition and improve accessibility to banking and payments services,” it added.

 

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Delegates will listen to all Presidential aspirants to make decision, says Niger Gov.  

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Governor Abubakar Sani Bello has assured that the delegates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state will give listening ears to all the Presidential aspirants of the party seeking for their vote.

Governor Sani Bello gave the assurance when he accompanied the Vice President and one of the APC presidential aspirants, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo to visit the Emir of Minna, His Royal Highness, Alhaji (Dr.) Umaru Faruq Bahago for royal blessing.

The Governor noted that listening to all the aspirants would help the delegates in taking decision on who to vote for.

While presenting the presidential aspirant to the Emir,  Governor Sani Bello commended the Vice President for his contributions to nation-building, promising that a level playing ground will be given to aspirants.

Prof.  Osinbajo told the Emir that he was in Minna to interact with the delegates as they were important to actualizing  his presidential ambition. He however, explained  that he found it very important that visiting the Emir as well, to receive royal blessings.

According to him, he want to persuade the delegates to vote for him considering his over seven years of exposure and experiences in the present administration thereby giving him an advantage to serve the country.

He assured that he will make good use of  his experiences and deploy technology to resolve the insecurity bedeviling the nation as well as improve the economy.

The Emir of Minna, HRH, Alhaji( Dr.) Bahago, acknowledged the loyalty of the number two citizen in the country, as well was his commitment as well as patriotism to the growth and development of the country.

He however cautioned politicians to remember that power comes from God, hence they should commit everything to Him, urging them to join hands together to ensure a peaceful and successful elections in 2023.

Director General of Yemi Osinbajo Campaign Team, Senator Kabiru Gaya appreciated the warm reception given to them as he assured that Prof. Osinbajo will not let the people down when voted into power.

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Revealed! Details Of South-West APC Leaders Meeting With Presidential Aspirants

MORE revelations have emerged about Friday’s meeting held by South-West leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) with aspirants from the zone, whose main objective, was on how to avert a crisis that will create a fractured party as it prepares for primary on May 30 and 31, Sunday Tribune has reliably gathered…Oyo South: APC senatorial chairman expresses support for primary

Oyo South: APC senatorial chairman expresses support for primary

 

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