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Nigeria remains “jaga jaga”, Fela’s “Sorrow, tears and blood,” album stills speaks to this era

We’re in a simulation referred to as Nigeria. Nothing is actual, nothing holds precise worth, not even human life. This simulation is looped with all the pieces getting into cycles. The leaders of the previous by no means go away. They develop into leaders of as we speak and so long as they’ve breath, they are going to be leaders of tomorrow. Our economic system loves to bounce. It shakes and sways to music performed from mismanagement, unhealthy insurance policies and the insistence of our management to embrace their selves earlier than the wants of the folks. There’s rice in Kano. However is there cash in Ekiti and Ebonyi? Human capital is sprawling, and their gaps available in the market for each enterprise to be launched. However is there a market within the hole to m...

10 ways to control high blood pressure without medication

  Here are 10 lifestyle changes you can make to lower your blood pressure and keep it down. 1. Lose extra pounds and watch your waistline Blood pressure often increases as weight increases. Being overweight also can cause disrupted breathing while you sleep (sleep apnea), which further raises your blood pressure. Weight loss is one of the most effective lifestyle changes for controlling blood pressure. Losing even a small amount of weight if you’re overweight or obese can help reduce your blood pressure. In general, you may reduce your blood pressure by about 1 millimeter of mercury (mm Hg) with each kilogram (about 2.2 pounds) of weight you lose. Besides shedding pounds, you generally should also keep an eye on your waistline. Carrying too much weight around your waist can put ...

BLOOD SUCKERS!!! KATE HENSHAW FUMES AT THE ABYSMAL LOSS OF LIVES IN NIGERIA

The Lagos Island building collapse on Wednesday is another glaring reality that many institutions in Nigeria need to wake up to their responsibilities and act accordingly. The collapse on Wednesday morning at Ita Faji, on Lagos Island, which affected a school, has  cut short the lives of innocent school children –  This said occurrence should jolt back these institutions and Nigerians at large to reality. Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw just like many Nigerians is saddened by waste of lives that occur every now and then in the country, with many culprits walking scot free. No sanction or consequence whatsoever. The saddest part is, after a while Nigerians just seem to move on, no more rage, nor criticisms until another tragedy occurs. Speaking via twitter on Thursday, Henshaw expressed her...

Woman covers her face in menstrual blood to show they’re ‘beautiful’ and ‘powerful’

Demetra Nyx spent years hiding her periods from boyfriends and being extremely embarrassed every time she came on. But when a change in her contraception meant she had to start keeping a closer eye on her cycle, she started to see things very differently. She grew to love her time of the month, saying it’s “beautiful and powerful”, and wanted to share her new appreciation with woman around the world. She started collecting her blood and one day had an “impulse” to smear it across her face and share photos online. She said: “We hold so much shame in our bodies, and most of us do not realise it until we intentionally explore it. Our periods are an incredibly magical time of month that holds immense power, and our society keeps us away from that as much as possible. “I am endlessly fascinated...

High blood pressure: enemy At The Door

Hypertension or high blood pressure, HBP, affects millions of people globally. According to experts, the condition is prevalent in every part of the world, in every region of any nation and in every community. It affects the rich and the poor, the young and old, men and women, urban and rural populations, and the educated and illiterate alike. A group of researchers also described it as a condition that affects 70 percent of people over 70 years of age. HBP is the primary and most common risk factor for heart disease, stroke and renal diseases. WHO estimates that one in six people worldwide or nearly one billion are affected by high blood pressure, and it is estimated that this number will increase to 1.5 billion by 2025. According to the World Health Organization, WHO, HBP is the most att...

Getting rid of high blood pressure without medication

In alleviating high blood pressure, it isn’t all about swallowing pills to bring your numbers down. There are certain lifestyle changes that could in many ways control your blood pressure and save you from heart or kidney failure and stroke. Here are some lifestyle changes proven by cardiologists to be quite effective in the treatment of hypertensive patients. Weight loss Being obese or overweight takes a toll on your blood pressure, therefore, losing some pounds is one of the most effective ways in regulating your blood pressure. Healthy diet and exercise These two should go hand in hand while trying to lose some weight. Ditch your high cholesterol and fatty foods for whole grains, low-fat foods, fruits, and veggies. Indulging yourself in physical activity and consistent body exercise wil...

Avoid holding sneeze in, it can damage your blood vessel

Tunji a handsome young guy had just had his morning dose of a packet of cigarette so he boarded the bus going from Ibadan to Lagos. Luckily for him his seat partner was a pretty girl, so he thought to use his Yoruba demon prowess to win his potential new catch. Everything was going on fine, dude had collected number. She was a final year Unilag student banking and finance. Tunji was having a little cough and catarrh though, he thought it was embarrassing and lucky he hadn’t felt the urge through out the conversation until he felt like sneezing. First sneeze and he held it and instead ‘sneezed in’. The second sneeze, the same thing. At that second sneeze he heard a very loud sound like a thunder sound and immediately had a severe headache. Turns to his new catch and asks &...

High blood sugar, it symptoms and preventive measures

High blood sugar is a deadly disease, which is why I am going to elaborate on the symptoms of High Blood Sugar and Which Foods Reduce It. Increased blood sugar levels do not necessarily mean that one has diabetes, as they can be only one of the numerous symptoms of the disease. Yet, this is a serious warning that should never be ignored, in order to prevent additional complications. Therefore, diagnosis hyperglycemia on time is of high importance in the prevention of more serious issues. These are the most common signs of high blood sugar levels: Constantly Thirsty: The main reason why high blood sugar causes you to be thirsty is polyuria. When your blood sugar level is high, your kidneys cannot keep up. So they produce more urine to get rid of the excess glucose they cannot absorb. This c...

MAN MARRIED BLOOD SISTER IN ANAMBRA STATE

I wedded my sister since Bible backs it – 25-year- old fashioned educator Chiadi Ezeibekwe, 25, as of late created a buzz in Ekwulobia in Aguata nearby government territory of Anambra State when he married his more youthful sister, matured 17. In Igbo arrive, such a marriage is a forbidden and it was based on this that young people of the group torched the Sabbath Church where Chiadi and his sister were thought to have been joined as a couple. Chiadi, the 6th of 10 kids (eight young men and two young ladies) by Mr. Louis Ezeibekwe, is an arithmetic educator at Community Optional School, Isuofia, likewise in Aguata neighborhood government territory. At the time Sunday Vanguard went to their home at Agba, Ekwulobia, Chiadi was occupied with checking examination contents and there was nothing...

BLOOD SUCKING WITCHES

A work of fiction. Lucy had a semester left to finish medical school but for the ASUU strike that brought her home. She was hopeful the strike will last only a short while, so she had with her a little hand-luggage-box. There were usually okada men by the junction leading to her home but today, as if by some hallowed intervention, none was in sight. Lucy pulled her box on the badly tarred road, which made deafening noises as she walked. It was early in the morning, she had taken the night bus back home and was sleep deprived. As she got to the corner of sesame street, there was a mob. Unlike her, who would walk away from protests or any mob-like gathering, she found herself tearing her path amongst people to have a better view of what was going on. All she saw was a girl – mid teens,...