The diamond shattered records, fetching a massive U.S. million, the highest price ever achieved for a rough diamond.The most substantial sex advice most of us have ever had from our parents is ‘ do not get pregnant’ or ‘do not get Aids’.

She told the story Wednesday morning on Twitter and the drama that followed led to a worldwide trending topic.

The Kenya Film Classification Board has seen fit to step in and ban a networking event, despite the fact that they are seriously overstepping their mandate.

Stigma, and discrimination on the issue is pervasive and various rights groups continue to lead campaigns which seek to raise awareness and assert that every woman and girl has the inalienable right to make decisions regarding her body.

A Nigerian woman Miriam Shehu found out last weekend via Instagram that the man she had been engaged to for three years, Taiwo, had gotten married.

Angolan demonstrators this week took to the streets in a protest in Luanda against a draft law criminalising all abortions. Abortion also remains a criminal offence in numerous other African countries, and many women and girls die each year from unsafe abortions.

An estimated 21.6 million women worldwide, 18.5 million of which are in developing countries, subject themselves to unsafe abortions each year.

What I find interesting about these movies is the moral panic around them, the “uncalled for” and “un African” “filthy sexual content” that apparently has no place in Nollywood.

Supposedly, the introduction and presence of sexually explicit scenes should now be added to the already long list of problems plaguing Nollywood, such as subpar acting, soundtracks that reveal the entire story, badly titled movies and poor directing.

What is less known is that pursuing sexual performance at all costs might be damaging to one’s health.