Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa


Born in Nigeria, Abdulazeez Henry Musa is an author, sociologist and a successful banker. He is a motivational speaker and has actively been involved in addressing societal issues like child abuse and molestation, marital issues, stress management, and other related social ills that are impacting negatively on the well-being of the society as well as encouraging others to share their compelling story by writing or speaking-out where he combines practical strategies with both inspiration and realism. A graduate with so many accolades, Abdulazeez Henry Musa has also acquired several other certificates from various top reputable institutions of higher learning within the shores of Nigeria. His wide spectrum and versatility within the financial institution led him to work with top reputable banks like Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), First Bank of Nigeria (FBN), Access Bank Plc., Zenith Bank Plc. to name a few where he attained a top management position. An ambitious and creative individual, Mr. Musa is very passionate about making a difference in the lives of others and loves to spend quality time with his four beautiful children outside his many busy schedules. He loves reading; writing and listening to music preferably slow jamz. Abdulazeez Henry Musa is available on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to mention a few. In addition to his online sites, you can find his author’s profile on Amazon and Google+


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Born in Nigeria, Abdulazeez Henry Musa is an author, sociologist and a successful banker. He is a motivational speaker and has actively been involved in addressing societal issues like child abuse and molestation, marital issues, stress management, and other related social ills that are impacting negatively on the well-being of the society as well as encouraging others to share their compelling story by writing or speaking-out where he combines practical strategies with both inspiration and realism. A graduate with so many accolades, Abdulazeez Henry Musa has also acquired several other certificates from various top reputable institutions of higher learning within the shores of Nigeria. His wide spectrum and versatility within the financial institution led him to work with top reputable...


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Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

12 May at 15:58

SIGNS THAT AN ADULT MAY BE USING THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH A CHILD FOR SEXUAL REASONS

The signs that an adult is using their relationship with a child for sexual reasons may not be obvious. We may feel uncomfortable about the way they play with the child, or seem always to be favouring them and creating reasons for them to be alone. There may be cause for concern about the behaviour of an adult or young person if they:

• Refuse to allow a child sufficient privacy or to make their own decisions on personal matters.
• Insist on physical affection such as kissing, hugging or wrestling even when the child clearly does not want it.
• Are overly interested in the sexual development of a child or teenager.
• Insist on time alone with a child with no interruptions.
• Spend most of their spare time with children and have little interest in spending time with people their own age.
• Regularly offer to baby-sit children for free or take children on overnight outings alone.
• Buy children expensive gifts or give them money for no apparent reason.
• Frequently walk in on children/teenagers in the bathroom.
• Treat a particular child as a favourite, making them feel 'special' compared with others in the family.
• Pick on a particular child.


For more resources on how to protect and educate your child on issues of abuse, grab a copy of my book, “Cybersex - A Nightmare of the 21st Century” available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Cybersex-Nightmare-Century-The-Rebirth-Armageddon/dp/1628572140

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Abdulazeez Henry Musa

11 May at 09:14

WARNING SIGNS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS OF POSSIBLE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

The issue of abuse on children and adolescents has become so pervasive in our society and it is showing no signs of slowing down. If you are concerned that your child is been abused or may be a victim of abuse, you may not be sure what to do or how to respond. Child sexual abuse is a crime that often goes undetected. No matter what your role is - parent or other family member, coach, teacher, religious leader, babysitter - you have the power to make a positive difference in this child’s life.


Children often show us rather than tell us that something is upsetting them. There may be many reasons for changes in their behaviour, but if we notice a combination of worrying signs it may be time to call for help or advice.


What to watch out for in children:

• Acting out in an inappropriate sexual way with toys or objects
• Nightmares, sleeping problems
• Becoming withdrawn or very clingy
• Becoming unusually secretive
• Sudden unexplained personality changes, mood swings and seeming insecure
• Regressing to younger behaviours, e.g. bedwetting
• Unaccountable fear of particular places or people
• Outburst of anger
• Changes in eating habits
• New adult words for body parts and no obvious source
• Talk of a new, older friend and unexplained money or gifts
• Self-harm (cutting, burning or other harmful activities)
• Physical signs, such as, unexplained soreness or bruises around genitals or mouth, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy
• Running away
• Not wanting to be alone with a particular child or young person


Any one sign doesn't mean that a child was or is being sexually abused, but the presence of several suggests that you should begin to ask questions and consider seeking help. Keep in mind that some of these signs can emerge at other times of stress such as:

• During a divorce
• Death of a family member or pet
• Problems at school or with friends
• Other anxiety-inducing or traumatic events


Physical warning signs:

Physical signs of sexual abuse are rare; however, if you see these signs, take your child to a doctor. Your doctor can help you understand what may be happening and test for sexually transmitted diseases.


• Pain, discoloration, bleeding or discharges in genitals, anus or mouth
• Persistent or recurring pain during urination and bowel movements
• Wetting and soiling accidents unrelated to toilet training


No matter whatever situation we find ourselves, it is our responsibility as parents to guide, nurture and protect our children. And we owe them that unconditionally! For more resources on how to protect and educate your child on issues of abuse, grab a copy of my book on “Cybersex - A Nightmare of the 21st Century” available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Cybersex-Nightmare-Century-The-Rebirth-Armageddon/dp/1628572140

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

30 April at 17:08

14 SIMPLE GUIDES ON HOW PARENTS SHOULD TALK TO THEIR TEEN’S ABOUT SEXUAL ISSUES

We live in an era of creativity where human by our known nature are born to be adventurous and the ravishing embodiment that comes with it always triggers our senses and willful desire to embark in trying out new possibilities and all available options beyond our pivotal core limits. Our superficial intelligence and technological abilities to create a vivid imagination and reinvent new ideas to satisfy our needs has earned us a place as the most prolific creature on the face of the planet, and our search for new and intriguing ideas to fill in the emptiness we dread are never ending; opening a door to endless possibilities that sometimes turns deadly creating a shackle of despair in our society. This indicates that, if we do not tackle these deadly trends of online predatory acts that have become the order of our day; we are storing up problems for the future generations.

Ironically speaking, we live in a society where our actions are driven by the reflection of our thoughts. Faced with the dearth of socio-psychological and scientific findings about cyber sexual behaviours and how it’s been influenced by the media and our social environment, this infers that children will consequently be influenced and overshadowed by sex over the Internet in the same way as they have been influenced by violence in the media and social network sites. This however suggests that, virtual sex has begun to take new forms through internet chat rooms which cater for any sexual desire or need imaginable, from straight to gay, from bondage to bestiality, and from fetishes to incest. These chat rooms create havens that enable people to act upon fantasies they have kept bottled up making the internet a deadly ground for vulnerable teenagers who are spending countless amount of time streaming through societal network sites like Facebook, Twitter, dating sites etc to test new waters. To ensure their safety, here are few tips I have put together that parents can apply in educating their children about the deadly claws of online predators:

• Be straight and accurate with correct information at all time
• Create a more friendly environment to share views
• Acknowledge lust and desire are normal
• Teach strategies to manage sexual pressure
• Consider Teen’s point of view and keep the conversation mild and simple
• Be very careful when discussing such issues in relation to sex
• Share personal opinions and values that matters
• Avoid being critical or judgmental
• Teach them on how to deal with the emotional aspect of sex
• Discuss consequences and explain responsibilities that may arise
• Always create room for dialogue in very simplified terms
• Never jump into conclusion even when you are right
• Start addressing issues of sex early and often and,
• Establish a more positive and better rapport with your child at all time

Teenagers as we know are the most vulnerable in our society today and as such, it is our responsibility as parents to ensure that they are well-informed of the various ways and mannerism at which online predators adopt in carrying out their sinister ploy using different technics and gimmicks to tap into people’s lives and lure them into their web of lies that in no time becomes their worst nightmare. This will enable teenagers to prepare themselves against any unforeseen future challenges and thus, inhibit them from someone doing something that is out of the ordinary to them or expose them to any form of unforeseeable danger. For more information on the aforementioned, please visit http://www.amazon.com/Cybersex-Nightmare-Century-The-Rebirth-Armageddon/dp/1628572140

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

26 April at 19:01

CYBER-ATTACKS: NOT A MATTER OF IF, BUT WHEN?

With cyber-crime incidents continually on the rise, how do you protect your home, children and society from sadistic sexual predators? This educational book provides you with guidelines using real-life scenarios, while laying out tips and red flags on how to protect young people from the real danger posed by 'online predators' that are using the anonymity of the Internet to carry out their diabolic and heinous acts. Available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Cybersex-Nightmare-Century-The-Rebirth-Armageddon/dp/1628572140

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

26 April at 19:01

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CHILD FROM THE REAL DANGER POSED BY 'ONLINE PREDATORS'

Every day we strive to protect our children from the sinister plot of sexual predators, but the Internet has today provide an array for felons to perpetrate their sadistic crimes of child abuse, molestation, child trafficking et al on innocent people, young and old, throughout the world.

Cybersex: A Nightmare of the 21st Century – The Rebirth of Armageddon seek to address the physical, mental, and psychological challenges that teenagers, parents and the society at large are faced with every single day, resulting from their daily encounter with the internet and overindulgence in the world of cybersex. The cybersex phenomenon avails ample opportunity for young people to navigate their way through various viral sites, social networking sites, and chat rooms without their parent’s consent. These ostensibly expose them to numerous perils in our society, leaving them vulnerable, as well as providing a haven and affront for pedophiles and psychopathic sexual predators to carry out their deadly plot.

This educational book provide guidelines using real-life scenarios, while laying out tips and red flags on how to protect young people from sadistic sexual predators that are using the anonymity of the Internet to carry out their diabolic and heinous acts. The time has come to put an end to this nightmare! Available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Cybersex-Nightmare-Century-The-Rebirth-Armageddon/dp/1628572140

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

26 April at 17:06

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Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Abdulazeez Henry Musa

26 April at 17:03

10 FACTS THAT MAKES SEXUAL PREDATORS DEADLY


Never in history have sexual predators been given such an opportunity to communicate so freely and directly with children. The Internet and new avenues, such as social networking (e.g. Facebook, twitter, MySpace etc.), chat rooms, email, instant messaging, and forums provide a dangerous medium for sexual predators to conduct their conquests. The sexual predator will use preliminary contacts to evaluate a child for future face-to-face contact using certain parameters to apprehend their victims, which I refer to in my book as The Deadly Ten, otherwise known as TRICKSTERS an acronyms for;

T - Tortuous: A megalomaniac derives so much pleasure from exercising their domineering power by inflicting horrendous pains on others. In most cases the megalomaniac videotapes the ordeal, which gives them some form of authority, power, and satisfaction as they look straight into the eyes of their victims and watch them suffer, arousing their sexual sadism.

R – Ruthless: Predators have or show no pity or compassion for others and are usually very volatile. Also, they are likely to change suddenly and unexpectedly.

I – Invaders: They infringe on one’s privacy and never take no for an answer. They just keep pushing forward with hostile intent and eventually start to prey on or stalk their victims, using every single possibility at their disposal.

C – Cons: There are people in this world who when given any little opportunity will use every single trick in the book to play you, manipulate you, and trick you into submitting to their demands. Even when they know you are not buying it they just keep trying. They are very smart, intelligent, and pathological liars.

K - Killers: Most psychopathic predators do not value life. They lack empathy for anyone and derive so much pleasure from watching their victims die because it gives them the high that they crave.

S – Sadists: These are people (lunatics) who generally obtain pleasure from inflicting pain, cruelty, or emotional abuse on others, which gives them sexual gratification and a sense of power.

T – Troubled: These people exhibit emotional or behavioral problems, which can be traced back to their childhood. Some were abused sexually by their own parents, or witnessed their parents fighting with each other, making an uncomfortable environment in which to raise a child. As such, they grow up feeling miserable, and a miserable childhood can render such children deadly.

E – Exploiters: Predators will unethically use every little opportunity to their own advantage or to selfishly get what they want, even to the detriment of others.

R – Reckless: Predators are never calm people. They always use different strategies without thinking or caring about the consequences of their actions.

S – Smart: Predators are usually lively and interesting people who will use their charm to hone in on innocent victims and lure them into their web. They are mostly well-respected in their fields of specialization and are always up-to-date with the latest information. Their intelligence gives them the ability to stay one step ahead of the game and in most cases remain undetected.

As we know, children are inexperienced and can be naïve, and being anonymous on the Internet tends to make children even more open and trustworthy. In addition, children tend to be curious about sexuality and sexually explicit material. During a period of life when children begin to build relationships outside of their families, sexual predators take advantage of their anonymity to build relationships with the inexperienced youth. Given a workable environment, sexual predators will get to know the child and then slowly ease the young person’s inhibitions by gradually introducing sexual content into their conversations. In some cases though, the predators use a “shotgun” approach and quickly introduce sexually explicit materials to see if the victim bites (and if the victim does not, they will quickly move to the next prey). In many cases, the predator will work toward meeting the child in person which is very eminent in our society today. Cut short, if you feel that something may be going on or someone is grooming your kids for seduction, you have to rise above the waters and do something about it by educating our children about the danger of the internet because knowledge, they say, is power. Make them understand that there are people in this world who do not have their best interest at heart and are just reaching out to them only to destroy them.

To learn more facts on how to protect your child and loved ones against the deadly plot of sexual predators grab a copy of my book CYBERSEX – A NIGHTMARE OF THE 21ST CENTURY. Available on http://www.amazon.com/Cybersex-Nightmare-Century-The-Rebirth-Armageddon/dp/1628572140

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