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  1. Jilted lover demands gifts back

    A MUTARE man stunned the court last Thursday when he vowed that he would collect his personal belongings from his ex-lover’s residence only after she gives him back his gifts and money he spoiled her during the course of their relationship. Munyaradzi Jimu had been dragged to the Mutare Civil Courts by his ex-girlfriend, Rumbidzai […] The post Jilted lover demands gifts back appeared first on Zimbabwe N…
  2. Man Who Murdered Wife For Refusing Him Sex Sentenced To Death By Hanging

    Thestreetjournal.org - Crime 02.24 / 07:45 thestreetjournal.org
    A 37-year-old man, Benjamin Toma was Thursday sentenced to death by hanging for allegedly killing his wife, Vicky. Toma was arraigned before a Plateau High Court sitting in Barkin-Ladi on a one-count charge of culpable homicide, punishable with death, under section 221 of the penal code.The accused allegedly used an iron rod to kill the…
  1. Buhari Undergoes Penis Surgery

    Thestreetjournal.org - Health 02.24 / 19:20 thestreetjournal.org
    Nine-month-old Buhari Muhammad, whose genital was cut off by his step-mother, has undergone first corrective surgery at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Bida, Niger. Mrs Mariam Kolo, the Director-General of the state Child Rights Protection Agency, made this known in an interview with newsmen in Minna on Friday. Kolo told journalists that the surgery was…
  2. Buhari undergoes penis surgery

    Nine-month-old Buhari Muhammad, whose genital was cut off by his step-mother, has undergone first corrective surgery at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Bida, Niger. Mrs Mariam Kolo, the Director-General of the state Child Rights Protection Agency, made this known in an interview with newsmen in Minna on Friday. Kolo told journalists that the surgery was The post Buhari undergoes penis surgery appeared first on National Accord…
  3. Kudos for HIV/AIDS Coalition at officers’election

    Thenationonlineng.net - Health 02.24 / 00:27 thenationonlineng.net
    A new set of officers, (co-chairs) have been inaugurated to run the affairs of the Nigerian Business Coalition Against AIDS (NIBUCAA). The event took place at the Skyline Terrace of Oriental Hotel in Lagos. The dignitaries including Chief Executive Officers and policy-makers lighted up the night. They were all   dressed in national and international attires. […] The post Kudos for HIV/AIDS Coalition at officers’election appeared first on The Nation Nig…
  4. Oceanic Health marks 10 years of performance

    Thenationonlineng.net - Health 02.24 / 00:27 thenationonlineng.net
    Oceanic Health Management Limited has marked 10 years of  providing good health to Nigerians. At the ceremony to mark the feat, its MD/CEO, Dr. Charles Onwuzuluigbo,described the firm   as a leading Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO)  licensed by the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS)  in 2007 to  provide managed healthcare.  “We are one of the few […] The post Oceanic Health marks 10 years of performance appeared first on The Nation Nigeria…
  5. Be guided by rules, registrar tells lab institutions

    Thenationonlineng.net - Health 02.24 / 00:27 thenationonlineng.net
    The Acting Registrar/CEO of Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN), Tosan Erhabor, has urged Colleges and Schools of Science and Technology to stick to their areas of jurisdiction at all times. He made the call while presenting certificates to 10 approved schools and eight others that received full accreditation  in Abuja. Erhabor told the […] The post Be guided by rules, registrar tells lab institutions appeared first on The Nation …
  6. Govt ‘ll step up support for leprosy patients, says minister

    Thenationonlineng.net - Health 02.24 / 00:27 thenationonlineng.net
    The Federal Government will work with the Federal Capital Territory Administration(FCTA) and others to increase support for persons affected by leprosy,Health Minister Prof Isaac Adewole has said. He spoke when he visited  on  Yangoji Leprosy Communityin  Kwali Area Council of  Abuja, as part of activities marking this year’s World Leprosy Day. Adewole said government would […] The post Govt ‘ll step up support for leprosy patients, says minister appeared first on The Nation Nigeria…
  7. Benefits of exercise. Your solutions to manifold diseases (5)

    Thenationonlineng.net - Health 02.24 / 00:27 thenationonlineng.net
    Pain relief: Apart from the use of exercise in rehabilitation of persons with surgical, mental health and other physical illnesses, exercise can help banish or reduce psychological pain whatever its origin: such as grief, divorce and life failures. This is because exercise produces endorphins in the brain. Endorphin is a powerful pain killer like morphine. […] The post Benefits of exercise. Your solutions to manifold diseases (5) appeared first on The Nation…
  8. 12 Ways You Can Reduce Your Cancer Risk Today

    Dailynewsmill.com - Health 02.23 / 23:45 dailynewsmill.com
    While genetic factors may be involved in your risk of getting cancer, doctors believe most cases are down to unhealthy lifestyles. From the food we eat to how much sunlight we get, the way we live our lives plays a far bigger role in fuelling cancer than bad Deoxy ribonucleic Acid (DNA)/ genetic material. So … The post 12 Ways You Can Reduce Your Cancer Risk Today appeared first on Daily News…
  1. UMYU English Immersion Programme Admission Form is Out – 2016/17

    Myschoolgist.com.ng - Education & Family 02.23 / 23:01 myschoolgist.com.ng
    Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, UMYU English Immersion programme admission form for the 2016/2017 academic session is out. Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, Katsina State, Nigeria hereby announces the introduction of its one session intensive English Language Immersion Programme for candidates from non-English speaking and other countries as from the 2016/2017 academic year. The Programme is aimed at providing a solid grounding for non-English speakers and other members of the non…
  2. ATBU Entrepreneurship Centre almost ready – VC

    The Science Technology Entrepreneurship Development Centre of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, ATBU, Bauchi will be completed soon. The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Saminu Abdurrahman, gave the assurance during an inspection visit by the Governing Council of the institution to the centre in Tafawa Balewa Local Government area. Professor Saminu, who expressed satisfaction on the…
  3. Code Lagos project receives private company’s support

    Ahead of commencement in April of Code Lagos project, Asset and Resource Management (ARM) Company Limited has announced its support to the state government on the scheme. The Managing Director of the non-bank financial service company, Jumoke Ogundare announced the partnership on Tuesday last week at the office of the Special Adviser to the State…
  4. FUNAAB students to represent Nigeria in global contest

    Three students of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State made waves in Johannesburg, South Africa during the final of African Unilever Idea Competition. They are Ayobami Kalesanwo and Oluwaferanmi Muraina, both in 500-level Electrical Engineering and Mr. Oluwapelumi Kolade, 500-level Civil Engineering. The team, christened: “Team Innovatus,” represented Nigeria alongside “Team Adobe” from [……
  5. C`River SUBEB investigates fraud allegations

    The Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board on Wednesday began full investigation into allegations of fraudulent practices discovered by the board in various local government education authorities where the board had carried out staff biometric auditing so far. The Executive Chairman of the board, Dr Stephen Odey stated this at Boki Local Government area…
  6. FGCC teachers’ assault: More knocks for DSS operatives

    The Vice-President of League of Muslim School Proprietors, LEAMSP, Mr. Raheem Fatai has joined million of other Nigerians to condemn in totality the action of an officer with the Department of State Security, DSS, who was alleged to have publicly assaulted a Civic Education teacher of Federal Government Girls’ College, Calabar , recently. Describing the […
  1. This decadent tipsy tart is the ultimate comfort food

    You.co.za - Food 02.23 / 23:39 you.co.za
    This comforting sweetness can be enjoyed by the whole family, as the alcohol in the syrup evaporates when it…
  1. Anointing oil sales rile ZAOGA

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  1. White House May Boost Recreational Marijuana Enforcement

    Thesource.com - Culture 02.24 / 16:21 thesource.com
    The administration of President Donald Trump may ramp up enforcement of federal laws against recreational marijuana use, a White House spokesman said on Thursday, setting up potential conflicts in states where the drug is legal. More than two dozen U.S. states have legalized marijuana for either medical or recreational purposes, and the administration of former…
  2. New gospel outfit announces arrival

    Newsday.co.zw - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:42 newsday.co.zw
    EMERGING inter-denominational gospel music outfit, Ghetto Praise, has released its debut 15-track album titled Ghetto Praise (Volume 1). New gospel outfit announces arrival : NewsDay…
  3. Writers urged to treat works as business

    Newsday.co.zw - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:42 newsday.co.zw
    ZIMBABWE Publishing House chief executive officer, Blazio Tafireyi has urged authors to treat their works as a professional business and ensure that there are clear succession plans to ensure that their literary estate would be properly handled after their deaths. Writers urged to treat works as business : NewsDay…
  4. Chidzonga for Wenera cameo role

    Newsday.co.zw - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:42 newsday.co.zw
    FORMER Big Brother Africa participant, Munya Chidzonga, has landed a cameo role — together with Kerina Carol Harrington and upcoming Tswana actress Bontle — in Season 5 of the top-rated local soap opera, Wenera, scheduled to start showing on March 13. Chidzonga for Wenera cameo role : NewsDay Zim…
  5. Chivaviro postpones SA album launch

    Newsday.co.zw - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:42 newsday.co.zw
    GOSPEL musician Togarepi Chivaviro has postponed the launch of his latest album Maranatha in Germiston, South Africa to Easter Monday as a way of supporting other musicians who are launching their albums in March. Chivaviro postpones SA album launch : NewsDay…
  6. Ammara Brown dates Tehn Diamond

    Newsday.co.zw - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:42 newsday.co.zw
    MUSICIAN Ammara Brown, who walked away with the Outstanding Female Musician award at the recent National Arts Merit Awards ceremony, is expected to rock Mutare tomorrow alongside rapper Tehn Diamond, real name Tendai Nguni. Ammara Brown dates Tehn Diamond : NewsDay…
  7. We chat to awe-inspiring artist Olafur Eliasson

    Designindaba.com - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:07 designindaba.com
    We held a live Twitter Q&A with artist Olafur Eliasson ahead of his Design Indaba Conference talk. Here are his forceful and beautiful…
  8. The Shadow Self

    Designindaba.com - Arts&Culture 02.23 / 23:07 designindaba.com
    Young Algerian designer touches on complex psychology with minimal…