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7 Steps To A Heart-Healthy Diet

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. In honor of American Heart Health month, here’s a look how you can eat smart to protect your ticker. Many people associate heart-healthy eating with a sense of deprivation and “what I can’t have.” In honor of American Heart Health Month, let’s flip that idea around and not only talk about ... Read More »

6 Ways To Talk To Your Kids About Money

Talking to your kids about money may be difficult, but it will pay off in the long run. Here’s how to get started. We nudge our kids to do their homework, cajole them into making their beds and teach them to be problem solvers. But there’s one major issue many parents fail to communicate effectively with their children about: money. ... Read More »

Yahoo Boy Cuts Lover’s Tongue After Fleecing Her N2m

The police in Lagos have arrested a self-confessed Yahoo boy (fraudster) for cutting his supposed lover’s tongue in an attempt to kill her after hipnotizing and defrauding her of over N2 million. Recounting her ordeal on Wednesday in Lagos, the victim said she became hipnotized after she was forced to wear the suspect’s underpants not knowing he had used same ... Read More »

NOUN Gets New Deputy Vice-Chancellor

THE Senate of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), has elected Prof. Justus Sokefun as the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration), a statement from the university said on Thursday in Abuja. The statement signed by Mr Ibrahim Sheme, NOUN’s Director, Media and Publicity, said that Sokefun polled 48 votes to defeat Prof. Gbenga Ojo, who got 18 votes in the ... Read More »

Nigeria Imports 1.3bn Litres Of Fuel In Two Months

Nigeria, in January and February, imported a total of 986, 492 metric tonnes of petroleum products representing 1,387,410,984.2 litres of fuel, data from the Nigerian Ports Authority Shipping Position revealed. Frozen fish topped the nation’s imports for the month of February, as the country reportedly imported 2.463 million metric tonnes of the product in the month under review. The figures ... Read More »

Deadly Explosion Rocks APC Campaign In Uyo

Three persons were said to have been injured on Tuesday evening during an explosion that occurred at the campaign ground of the All Progressives Congress, along Four Lane Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. The incident, it was gathered, occurred at about 7.30pm when some gunmen who arrived the venue in a car, threw explosives before opening fire on victims suspected to ... Read More »

Pirates Kidnap Three Romanian Sailors

Pirates have reportedly kidnapped three Romanian sailors aboard a tanker ship off Lome, Togo. This was after sea robbers attempted to board a container ship owned by Singapore’s Pacific International Lines while the vessel was sailing on the high sea around Nigeria’s Niger Delta region on February 21. According to the Romanian Free Trade Union of Navigators, the 40,500 deadweight ... Read More »

Ambode Assures Voters Safety During Elections

The Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, has given the assurance that adequate measures had been put in place to ensure a hitch-free exercise in the state during the governorship and House of Assembly elections on Saturday. During a press briefing at the Lagos House in Alausa, Ikeja, on Wednesday, Ambode added that the peace and security of the state ... Read More »

Fifa Register $700mn Extra Revenue In Latest Filings

FIFA have posted a better than expected $6.4 billion (5.65 billion euros) turnover for the financial period of 2015-2018 allowing for $2.74bn in back-up, a source told AFP on Wednesday. FIFA announced a revenue of $5.72bn for the previous cycle between 2011-2014 with $1.52bn in reserve. The results are higher than those projected last June before the start of the ... Read More »