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How erosion killed 6, destroyed 27 houses in Delta

By Osakhare Erese, Asaba

State have raised the alarm over the gully erosion men...

Unpaid salaries: NUJ vows to disrupt Thisday’s 20th anniversay

The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has threatened to disrupt the 20th annive...

Group accuses Gov Yari of misappropriating over 8bn

From Ibrahim Sidi Muh’d, Gusau.

The Zamfara Youth Central Forum (ZYCF) has accu...

PDP alleges kidnap attempt by DSS on A’Ibom Governor

By Ahmed Abubakar

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has alleged that the Depar...

Appraising All Nigerian Editors’ Conference

By Sani Adamu

Communication experts observe that editors, being the gatekeepers...

Maintaining a healthy heart

A healthy heart is a happy heart. To maintain a healthy heart you need to adjust your lifestyle including your diet. A healthy diet is necessary if you want to keep your heart healthy and strong. Find out the most healthy heart foods.

Healthy heart diet- what can you eat?

Heart problems are one of the main issues of mankind. Millions of people die every year because of heart diseases. That is why a healthy heart diet is recommended for everyone. There are many foods you can eat during a healthy heart diet. Here are some of them:

Healthy fish fats

Fish like salmon or sardines contain many healthy fats and a large quantity of Omega – 3 acids. These healthy fats and acids reduce the risk of arteriosclerosis and arrhythmia.

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African housewife: Coping with body & intimate issues

Last week, I was away on a grassroot  women workshop somewhere in the country to educate mostly house wives on being good wives, mothers and also contributing to the society with their talents and skills.  It was sure an eye opener and has widened my knowledge on what lots of our housewives go through in their various communities and culture.  Usually when I speak in conferences, seminars and workshops or any forum, I try as much as possible to make my speech very interractive and not some kind of a lecture where I do all talking and after we go for coffee and snacks break and participants will go home.  My sitting arrangement will be made in a way that the participants will feel free , relaxed and not some kind of –‘’who is who’’ and all those “I am the upper class’’ stuff. This has enabled me to extract the raw truth and expressions from participants and I enjoy it so much.

During this particular forum, i met women who came with their new born babies, women who have not even read or heard about me so they were at their ‘original best’...they bare and said it all. No-holds barred!!

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