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  • Give Budget 2018 smooth passage
    PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari made good his intention to kick off the 2018 budget process by presenting the Bill to a joint session of the National Assembly on Tuesday, 7th November 2017.The post Give Budget 2018 smooth passage appeared first on Vangua
    - 1 hour ago 13 Nov 17, 6:00am -
  • Adieu, Pa J.O.S. Ayomike
    THE burial of renowned Itsekiri historian, Pa Johnson Oritsegbubemi Sunday Ayomike, on November 3, 2017 expectedly attracted a sizeable crowd of well-wishers who came to pay their last respects and venerate a man who lived a life of greatness.The po
    - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:28am -
  • Boosting Nigeria’s tea and coffee production
    RESTORING agriculture to its pride of place in a widely-diversified Nigerian economy requires versatile thinking, planning and meticulous implementation of strategies. It should go beyond the ongoing national emphasis on massive increase in the produ
    - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 6:00am -
  • Ease of doing business: Not yet time to celebrate
    NEWS that Nigeria made a giant leap in the Doing Business world ranking was received with rhapsodic self-congratulation by the Federal Government.The post Ease of doing business: Not yet time to celebrate appeared first on Vanguard News.
    - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 2:57am -
  • Buhari should avoid a bloated cabinet
    IT is rather perturbing that President Muhammadu Buhari is caving in to pressure from his political party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, to expand the size of his government as the march to the 2019 electoral season gathers momentum with the va
    - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 3:00am -
  • VAIDS: A renewed hope for taxation systems?
    MODERN and progressive societies are driven by efficient taxation systems. Without a doubt, despite recent strides in the country’s tax administration, Nigeria remains - unfortunately - outside the group of nations that have benefited from top-tier
    - 10 days ago 2 Nov 17, 11:46pm -
  • Release Paris Club funds to states
    THERE are many indicators in our body polity to prove that Nigeria is still transiting from military rule to democracy, even though the Army vacated the political scene nearly 20 years ago.The post Release Paris Club funds to states appeared first o
    - 11 days ago 2 Nov 17, 6:52am -
  • On the meeting of Southern governors in Lagos
    IT is a great irony that while the governors of the 19 states of Northern Nigeria meet regularly to address issues of common interest in the defunct Region, their counterparts in the South find it difficult to re-enact the same process.The post On t
    - 12 days ago 31 Oct 17, 11:51pm -
  • On the meeting of Southern governors in Lagos
    IT is a great irony that while the governors of the 19 states of Northern Nigeria meet regularly to address issues of common interest in the defunct Region, their counterparts in the South find it difficult to re-enact the same process.The post On t
    - 13 days ago 31 Oct 17, 5:33am -
  • Managing flaws in the yams export chain
    IN June 2017, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr Audu Ogbe, flagged off with fanfare the first batch of 72 tonnes of yams being exported to Europe and America from the shores of Nigeria. It was another bold step to expand the base
    - 14 days ago 30 Oct 17, 1:21am -
  • Coping with the Monkey pox outbreak
    THE current Monkey pox outbreak has again exposed Nigerians to the dangers of preventable and treatable diseases. Lassa fever, Cerebrospinal Meningitis, CSM and Cholera are just a few of the emergency epidemic outbreaks the country has so far witness
    - 18 days ago 26 Oct 17, 6:29am -
  • Taming super-rich tax dodgers
    A RECENT report by the Federal Internal Revenue Service, FIRS and the Joint Tax Board, JTB, revealed that only 40 super-rich Nigerians pay correct taxes on their incomes. The report, apart from being incomplete, merely revealed the extent to which go
    - 19 days ago 24 Oct 17, 11:07pm -
  • Time to check adverse revenue drives
    Amidst increasing pressures on the three levels of government to increase revenue generation, albeit, non-oil for the federal government and Internally Generated Revenue, IGR, for states and local governments, more unintended negative consequence
    - 20 days ago 24 Oct 17, 2:03am -
  • Need to brighten our 2018 FDI prospects
    A REPORT recently released by Quantum Global Research, a global organisation tracking plans for Foreign Direct Investment, FDI, in various countries should worry all Nigerians.The post Need to brighten our 2018 FDI prospects appeared first on Vangua
    - 21 days ago 23 Oct 17, 3:53am -
  • Time to start preparations for the World Cup
    NIGERIANS have continued to shower encomiums on the Super Eagles since our national football team became the first African side to secure qualification for the 2018 World Cup holding in Russia. The team achieved this feat by beating the visiting Chip
    - 24 days ago 19 Oct 17, 11:10pm -
  • Lagos DNA lab: A welcome initiative
    THE Lagos State Government, penultimate week, commissioned its DNA (Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid) forensic laboratory. It is the first state-owned DNA laboratory in the country. Governor Akinwunmi Ambode had, last year, approved the DNA laboratory project
    - 25 days ago 19 Oct 17, 7:04am -
  • Making NJC’s anti-graft trial monitoring credible
    TRUE to its promise, the National Judicial Council, NJC, has constituted the Corruption and Financial Crimes Cases Trial Monitoring Committee, COTRINMCO, for the special courts designated to handle corruption cases as earlier announced by the Chief J
    - 26 days ago 17 Oct 17, 11:48pm -
  • Anyaoku: Honour for an iconic diplomat
    A GOLD fish, they say, has no hiding place. Within the context of the socio-economic and geo-political firmament of Nigeria, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, the venerable former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations, exemplifies this saying.The post
    - 27 days ago 17 Oct 17, 7:40am -
  • Before we bring back toll plazas
    THE Federal Government appears determined to open more space for the public to play bigger roles in infrastructure construction and management.The post Before we bring back toll plazas appeared first on Vanguard News.
    - 28 days ago 16 Oct 17, 8:48am -
  • Correcting the flaws in our yam exportation
    IN June, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr Audu Ogbe, flagged off with fanfare the first batch of 72 tonnes of yams being exported to Europe and America from the shores of Nigeria. It was another bold step to expand the base of ou
    - 31 days ago 13 Oct 17, 3:01am -

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    • Immunity Clause, thieving political elite, and the pollution of Excellency
      The clause should be reviewed to take care of the loopholes and check the new wave of stealing people’s money The post Immunity Clause, thieving political elite, and the pollution of Excellency appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 2 hours ago 13 Nov 17, 5:09am -
    • Anambra election: Why Buhari must get it right
      NIGERIA is one country which has suffered heavily due to its repeated failure to organise credible and acceptable elections. The fall of the First Republic and the subsequent eruption of the civil war were propelled by the failure of the incumbent
      - 7 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 11:45pm -
    • Anambra poll: Igbo, Ojukwu, APGA and the Obiano indiscretion
      Six days to the governorship election in Anambra State, any visitor to the state who is very observant will notice that the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA)-led government in the state has commenced its usual political gimmicks, thinking that Nd
      - 17 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 2:15pm -
    • Asaba massacre on global stage
      Global attention was recently drawn to the October 1967 carnage, the Asaba massacre in Midwestern Nigeria via a one-minute informercial placed strategically mid-way into the highly informative Global Public Square (GPS) anchored by the erudite Fare
      - 21 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 10:09am -
    • Why Ndi Anambra should vote Willie Obiano
      Aside Governor Willie Obiano, the only sparkle in this race for Anambra governorship election next Saturday, is Osita Chidoka. But Chidoka is in the wrong geopolitical zone and in the wrong party. Case closed. Political leadership calls for more grit
      - 22 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 9:25am -
    • Lagos: Communication skills for effective service delivery
      Organisations are usually looking for people with two skills sets: ‘hard skills’ and‘ soft skills.’ As the name goes, ‘hard skills’ are the specific, teachable abilities that can be defined and measured, such as typing, writing, solving
      - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:25am -
    • Breaking fresh grounds in Marketing Communication Mix
      Adjectives such as total, comprehensive, ornate and lavish flooded my mind after watching the infographic newly minted by SA&B Mega Resources Limited to propagate its offerings. The infographic is what Americans would describe with an idiom as the wh
      - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:25am -
    • The Ican test for Delta APC governorship aspirants
      A primary election is an election to narrow the field of aspirants to any elective office, and it comes before a general election. Under Nigerian electoral laws, primaries are held by political parties to nominate candidates who in their opinion can
      - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:15am -
    • Why Ekwueme is different – Ben Ezeibe
      WHEN the second republic Vice President, Dr. Alex Ekwueme took ill and was admitted in a private hospital in Enugu, one person who felt so bad about the development, especially when it was reported that the 85 year-old lawyer and architect was in com
      - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 8:54am -
    • President Buhari’s unnatural attraction to Ex-President Jonathan – Reno
      President Buhari’s unnatural attraction to Ex-President Jonathan - RenoThe post President Buhari’s unnatural attraction to Ex-President Jonathan – Reno appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 7:15am -
    • Orji Uzor Kalu and the many misadventures of desperate favour-seeking man
      As Orji Uzor Kalu continues to face trial over alleged diversion of Abia State funds to the whopping tune of N2.9bn in his time as governor of the state at the Federal High Court, Lagos, and his many conflicted statements and political activities tha
      - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:40pm -
    • Anti-corruption war: A campaign compromised?
      IT was May 29, 2015 when that speech was made by the then newly inaugurated President Muhammadu Buhari. That punchy line resonated across the country, from the vast landscape of the north to the forest region of the south. The long awaited nemesis of
      - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 10:14am -
    • Once upon a time before Buhari
      “When it comes to value, no one talks a better game than those in communications. It’s our business, after all. But when it comes to measuring leadership competencies and effectiveness, nothing speaks louder than the bottom line.” Anonymous The
      - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 9:24am -
    • Bishop Jacob Udobang, the visionary ‘world pope’
      TODAY, we remember late Bishop Jacob Brown Udobang who was born into a humble Christian home of late Mr and Mrs Brown Udobang, in the remote and impoverished oil community of Ikot Ekpang, Odoro Ikot Clan, Ikpa Ibom in Mkpat Enin Local Government Area
      - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 8:24am -
    • Issues in Anambra guber election
      Although development is a continuum and no administration can lay exclusive claim to all the achievements, Anambra has recorded in recent years in the security and infrastructure sectorsThe post Issues in Anambra guber election appeared first on Van
      - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:06am -
    • Anambra 2017: Are The Odds Really In Gov. Obiano Favour?
      With barely 8 days to the November 18, 2017 when Anambra decide their next governor, one can arithmetically add 2 nak nek 2 to get four. Specifically, one can, all things being equal predict the outcome of the governorship election.The post Anambra 2017:…
      - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00am -
    • Why APGA remains the party of choice
      With the November 18 Anambra governorship election six days away, the governorship candidates of some 37 political parties are campaigning hard to entice voters with all manner of promises. As expected in every election circle, this is a season of pr
      - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:19am -
    • Osinbajo’s penchant for lying against Jonathan unbecoming of an alleged pastor – Reno
      Again, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has continued his libellous defamation of former President Jonathan with lies unbecoming his position as Vice President and his calling as a pastor.The post Osinbajo’s penchant for lying against Jonathan unbecom
      - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 5:19pm -
    • Change begins with me campaign: Revisiting the imperatives for success
      Normal people do not destroy what they own nor work against their own interestThe post Change begins with me campaign: Revisiting the imperatives for success appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 9:36am -
    • Tracking the Obiano years
      He may have dodged the debates to which he was duly invited to outline his achievements to date, but the people will determine whether he is a failure or success in governanceThe post Tracking the Obiano years appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 9:02am -

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      • Maina: I want open trial or nothing – Malami
        —Buoyed by rising confidence that he breached no laws in the reinstatement of wanted ex-Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, has
        - 5 hours ago 13 Nov 17, 2:26am -
      • Ikoyi whistle-blower to EFCC: I’m not mad, I need my money
        JUST like the drama and surprises that trailed the discovery of $43.5 million, £27,800 and N23.2 million at No. 16 Osborne Road, in Lagos, the matter has taken another dramatic dimension with the whistle-blower dismissing the claims by the Economic
        - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 5:20am -
      • 2 military officers, bank managers remanded in prison
        ABUJA—A Federal Capital Territory High Court, Abuja, yesterday, sent two serving military officers and two female bank managers to Kuje Prisons over alleged connivance and stealing of N339 million meant for the payment of military pensions.The pos
        - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 6:08am -
      • Residents flee as gunboats, fighter jet storm creeks
        There was confusion, yesterday, at Benneth Island, Ogbe-Ijoh, Warri South-West Local Government Area, Delta State, as residents scampered into surrounding forests at the sight of a fighter jet and gunboats.The post Residents flee as gunboats, fighte
        - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:45am -
      • Biafrans not terrorists, but want to be heard — CAN President
        Sultan of Sokoto and President-General of Nigeria Supreme Council on Islamic Affairs, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, yesterday warned against any injustice in appointments and allocation of resources in the country, saying such actions are capable of b
        - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:24am -
      • Buhari cuts deficit, presents N8.6trn budget 2018
        President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, presented the 2018 budget to the National Assembly, indicating a 15 per cent scale back on total deficit at N2.005 trillion, down from N2.36 trillion stated in 2017 budgetThe post Buhari cuts deficit, presents
        - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 8:20am -
      • Strange illness kills 50 children in Jigawa as 26 Nigerian girls found dead on Spanish warship
        No fewer than 26 young Nigerian girls, whose ages range from 14 nak nek 18, were found dead in a Spanish warship as they tried to cross the Mediterranean Sea, last weekend.The post Strange illness kills 50 children in Jigawa as 26 Nigerian girls found de
        - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 5:44am -
      • Mainagate latest: Hands off, shut up; Presidency tells Obla-Obono
        AS the controversy surrounding the recall of wanted ex-chairman of the Presidential Task Team on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina rages, the Presidency has directed Chairman of the Presidential Special Panel on the Recovery of Public Property, C
        - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 9:36am -
      • Resumption of hostilities N’Delta leaders, activists divided on Avengers
        LEADERS of the Niger Delta and activists have rejected the threat by a militant group, Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, to restart bombing of oil and gas installations in the region, saying it was unreasonable and uncalled for.The post Resumption of hosti
        - 8 days ago 5 Nov 17, 3:32am -
      • 2019: Why APC NEC ‘Shut Down’ Buhari’s Endorsement
        President Muhammadu Buhari is still consulting with major stakeholders before taking a decision as to whether to stand for a re-election in 2019, Saturday Vanguard has learned.The post 2019: Why APC NEC ‘Shut Down’ Buhari’s Endorsement appeare
        - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 6:24am -
      • Buhari, Dambazau meet over Maina
        President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, met with Interior Affairs Minister, Lt. General Abdulrahman Dambazau (retd), over the rumpus caused by the recall of former chairman of the Presidential Task Team on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina.The p
        - 10 days ago 3 Nov 17, 2:36am -
      • Maina: HoS, Kyari in verbal tango at FEC
        THE weekly Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting which started after the swearing-in of Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, and the launch of the 2018 Armed Forces Remembrance Day Emblem witnessed a mild drama as Head of Service, Mr
        - 11 days ago 2 Nov 17, 8:00am -
      • 2019: APC govs back automatic ticket for Buhari
        Some governors on the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC, yesterday, rooted for automatic ticket for President Muhammadu Buhari for 2019 presidential election.The post 2019: APC govs back automatic ticket for Buhari appeared first on Vangu
        - 12 days ago 1 Nov 17, 1:49am -
      • After 6 months, Buhari fires Lawal, Amb Oke; appoints Mustapha as new SGF
        SIX months after their suspension, President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, sacked the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Babachir David Lawal, and the Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency, NIA, Ambassador Ayo Oke.The
        - 13 days ago 31 Oct 17, 6:00am -
      • Take action on S-East roads, Govs, Igbo leaders tell Buhari
        South-EaST governors and Igbo leaders, yesterday, pleaded with the federal government to expedite action on all federal roads in the zone, lamenting that the situation of the roads had further deteriorated.The post Take action on S-East roads, Go
        - 14 days ago 30 Oct 17, 2:29am -
      • Mainagate opens floodgate of scandals
        Consequent upon the scandal trailing the re-appearance in the federal civil service of the wanted ex-chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, PTFPR, Abdulrasheed Maina, details of his alleged monumental looting of the funds left
        - 15 days ago 29 Oct 17, 8:52am -
      • I didn’t take any vehicle from IGP — Aisha Buhari
        WIFE of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, yesterday, denied receiving any vehicle from the Inspector General of Police, IGP, Abubakar Idris, as claimed by Senator Isah Misau.The post I didn’t take any vehicle from IGP — Aisha Buhari appeared fir
        - 17 days ago 27 Oct 17, 4:38am -
      • Our son was recalled to help the change agenda, says Maina’s family
        The Presidency and family of sacked director in the Ministry of Interior, Mr. Abdulrasheed Maina, were, yesterday, locked in a war of words over his sack by President Muhammadu Buhari.The post Our son was recalled to help the change agenda, s
        - 18 days ago 26 Oct 17, 7:03am -
      • Maina’s recall, promotion: I acted in public interest – Malami
        The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari not to spare anyone found to have been involved in facilitating reinstatement into service of fugitive Assistant Director in the Ministry of Interior, Abdulrasheed Maina,…
        - 19 days ago 25 Oct 17, 3:18am -
      • Maina: Outrage as Danbazzau, Head of Service trade blames
        President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, angrily ordered the immediate dismissal from the civil service of the federation, of Abdulrasheed Maina, the erstwhile boss of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms.The post Maina: Outrage as Danbazzau
        - 20 days ago 24 Oct 17, 10:01am -

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        • newBuhari’s superficial Igbo appeasement (2)
          Buhari’s unabashed charter of marginalisation against the South-East brought out millions of the Igbo youth into the Biafra agitations, which were basically anti-Buhari protests; the Igbo people had never since the civil war, been so mobilised agai
          - 3 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:09am -
        • Is 2018 budget from same template for slow death? – Henry Boyo
          Is 2018 budget from same template for slow death? - Henry BoyoThe post Is 2018 budget from same template for slow death? – Henry Boyo appeared first on Vanguard News.
          - 4 hours ago 13 Nov 17, 3:41am -
        • Blending with the changing colours of the world
          Eyinla dismissed the notion of equality of states saying that Cape Verde with a 500,000 population cannot claim same equality of votes with Nigeria which has over 183 million peopleThe post Blending with the changing colours of the world appeared
          - 7 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 11:44pm -
        • Don’t persecute Daddy Freeze: Tithing today is a scam
          When Daddy Freeze identified tithing as a modern-day scam in a fascinating interview, I was also asked to weigh in on the same issue by Sahara Reporters. But I declined because I did not think it was necessary to add anything to what he said. However
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 5:14am -
        • Obasanjo: Old soldiers never die
          Appointments should be given on merit and capability alone, failure to perform is enough grounds for dismissalThe post Obasanjo: Old soldiers never die appeared first on Vanguard News.
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 4:04am -
        • Blaming Governors For Our Collective Faults – 1
          What we are experiencing now and which will continue well beyond 2018 is a calamity which began more than four years ago and to which very few people paid attention and far fewer understoodThe post Blaming Governors For Our Collective Faults – 1 a
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 3:50am -
        • The phenomenon of Biafra (16)
          President Muhammadu Buhari hates the separatist agitations of IPOB. For him, majority of the youths agitating for Biafra do not really appreciate the horrors of the civil war because they were not yet born at the time and, as a result, should not pre
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:52am -
        • To the Nigerian youth
          The 2019 elections are only less than about two years away, and the subtle, subterranean moves are already quietly playing out, as parties begin to reorganize and ready themselves for a play at the power to govern this republic. Two fundamental and r
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:52am -
        • In UK, Politicians Lust In The Paradise
          It’s been a roller coaster of events in the United Kingdom in the past two or three weeks. We have been regaled with “drama episodes”, from the ridiculous to the shocking and life-changing happenings that one could not have imagined. It is be
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:16am -
        • Flower Power: ‘Giving & receiving flower etiquette
          Steps to Giving & Receiving Flower EtiquetteThe post Flower Power: ‘Giving & receiving flower etiquette’ appeared first on Vanguard News.
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:10am -
        • Cast out fear and doubt
          Glory be to God. We are alive to witness the beginning of another week. For a few minutes, reflect on events of the last week and you will find that you still have cause to thank God. This is the simple reason the Psalmist wrote in Psalm 34
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:09am -
        • Rising trend of unqualified teachers
          At this year’s World Teachers Day celebration held last month, it was revealed that there were no less than 300,000 unqualified teachers in Nigerian schools. The figure which was released by the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, TRCN, was s
          - 1 day ago 12 Nov 17, 1:03am -
        • Asiwaju Tinubu: Igen, you can!
          The death of Air Vice Marshall Olufunso Martins, known simply to many as OG was brought to me through a WhatsApp message on Sunday evening, less than twenty-four hours after the fatal accident happened. It was confirmed the following morning through
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 7:17am -
        • Love is a cross
          Some weeks ago, I wrote that love is an ocean, given different meanings and interpretations. Today, I am exercising my freedom to license love as a cross. But even love as a cross has diverse meanings.The post Love is a cross appeared first on Vangu
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:52am -
        • Better structures Okorocha is also erecting
          He calls them ‘My People, My People’ and in return, they call him ‘My Governor, My Governor.’ That is the spirit of camaraderie that exists between Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State and a good number of the people he governs. Or so it wou
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:37am -
        • The ‘Big Oil’ and market volatilities
          After three tough years of being in the doldrums oil super majors appear to be finding their operational rhythms and getting back to normality. Since July 2014 global oil prices have been subjected to volatility and geopolitical uncertainty left many
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:20am -
        • Murtala’s love for Edo, Yoruba
          General Murtala Mohammed knew his roots, many of us do not. There are different accounts trailing his place of origin. Official records say he was from Kurawa Quarters, Kano. Some accounts tell us he was born in Aviele in today’s Edo State. And the
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:16am -
        • 2018 Budget: Another watery soup for a sick giant?
          The nation is in darkness. It needs stable Power. Mambila Hydro Plant is a major plank in our power plans. Our contribution is 15% of the total cost. That contribution is 312 billion naira. We budgeted 18 billion naira for it in 2007. In 2018, we h
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:06am -
        • Our churches and their money
          At least one reason we Nigerians go to church is the same reason we go to the beer parlour- there isn’t much else to do. Church is the Sunday morning equivalent of the beer parlour on Friday and Saturday nights.The post Our churches and their m
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:00am -
        • PMB’s Garba Shehu: A spokesman for difficult times – Kabiru Muhammad Gwangwazo
          THE Nigerian Voice has in an article called on GMB to sack six appointees charged with a number of failings.The post PMB’s Garba Shehu: A spokesman for difficult times – Kabiru Muhammad Gwangwazo appeared first on Vanguard News.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 5:20am -


        • newPicture Of A Teacher With Life Jacket While The Pupils Are Left Unprotected
          Teacher with life jacket on while the pupils are left unprotected.I am scared to the boneThis are people we entrust our children with
          - 59 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 8:11am -
        • newAFRIMA 2017: See Full List Of Winners
          The 2017 All Africa Music Awards which held on Sunday, November 12, 2017 was hosted by Multi-Platinum international artiste, Akon.African stars from all over the continent graced the event which celebrated their achievements in music.Full list of win
          - 57 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 8:09am -
        • newUNIBADAN 100 Level Nudist Turned Thief, Caught With Charms (Video)
          UNIBADAN Damilola 100L Nudist Turned Thief Allegedly Caught With Charms(video)An 100 Level Student of the University of Ibadan going by the name Damilola has on Sunday night been caught in possession of stolen items and charms.Recall that Damilola ha
          - 45 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:57am -
        • newForte Oil, Cadbury, Others Lift NSE’s Indices By N24 Billion
          Following heavy price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks, especially Forte oil and Cadbury, equity transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed high on Friday, as market capitalisation appreciated by N24 billion.Specificall
          - 19 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:31am -
        • new35 Firms Apply To Build Modular Refineries In Niger Delta
          The Presidency on Sunday disclosed that the Federal Government received 35 applications for the establishment of modular refineries in the Niger Delta as part of the present administration’s efforts aimed at repositioning the region.The Senior Spec
          - 18 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:30am -
        • newN-Power: Items To Attend The Physical Verification Exercise With
          Dear Pre-selected NPower Build peeps,Kindly attend the physical verification with the items listed in the image below.#NPowerNG
          - 17 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:29am -
        • newOver 1 Million People Downloaded A Fake Whatsapp App
          An app pretending to be an update of WhatsApp, over 1 million people were tricked into downloading it The app is available on playstore and is still there, check the screenshot belowHowever, after this illegitimacy was obviously flassed by Reddit us
          - 16 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:28am -
        • newMeet The Phone That Wants To Take On The Infinix Note 4 & Tecno Camon CX Air
          Meet the Gionee X1s, Gionee's answer to the Tecno Camon CX Air and the Infinix Note 4. the video, I tried to unbox the X1s, the little guy that wants to take on the Camon CX air and the Note 4.With
          - 14 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:26am -
        • newTraditional Ruler Who Bagged Degree At 73 Set For Law School
          A traditional ruler in Ogun State, Nigeria, Olufemi Ogunleye, who recently obtained a degree in Law at the age of 73, has been admitted into the Law school.Mr. Ogunleye, the Toluwade of Akinale in Owu Kingdom of Egbaland, graduated with a Second Clas
          - 12 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:24am -
        • new5 Reasons Why Doctors Should Have A Side Hustle
          Let’s face it: being a doctor is great, but the job doesn’t always meet all of our needs. Sometimes we need a little something more – whether that be a hobby, time with family, vagy, yes, even money.Enter the side hustle.A side hustle is simply a
          - 9 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:21am -
        • newHow Often Should One Run A Diagnostic Test On A Car?
          Hello pals and car gurus. I will go straight to the point, I HV dz Toyota Camry with Nigerian name muscle. Although its barely 2 month old and working perfectly buh a friend recently told me I should not wait for the car to start having issue that
          - 8 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:20am -
        • new"How Do I Start A Blogging Site?"
          Good morning all, Please, I'm a newbie in technology. I love blogging, interested in it. But, don't know how to start. Please, can anyone teach me how to start? Really interested.
          - 4 mins ago 13 Nov 17, 7:16am -

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        • Another Dirty room expose a Florida hotel in YouTube video
          Dan Bell, who produces the hotel reviewing YouTube series Another Dirty Room, checked into the Regency Inn & Suites in Tampa with his team, where they made a string of unsavoury discoveries.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:18pm -
        • Newcastle’s Byker Wall named best housing estate in top 10
          From Dublin to London, some of the UK's most famous housing estates have been lauded in an unlikely celebration of urban design, this week. But is yours included?
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:14pm -
        • Iceland's 5 Million Star Hotel in Skalholt revealed
          The Bubble at the 5 Million Star Hotel, in Skalholt, allows guests to observe their surroundings in the comfort of a climate-controlled environment from £135 per night.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 11:39am -
        • The world's strangest sea creatures revealed
          From the Antarctic to the Indian Ocean, these creatures have extremely startling appearances. Some are gentle giants, others are small and vicious. All are extraordinary.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:46pm -
        • Britain’s best cinemas revealed
          From a solar-powered caravan with room for eight to a pop-up hot tub big screen experience, these are the UK's most magical cinemas.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:34pm -
        • Top tips for surviving a very adventurous holiday
          Man UP! by Long Island resident Paul O’Donnell contains 367 ‘classic skills for the modern guy’. Here MailOnline Travel reveals a few of its survival tips.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:23pm -
        • Massive spider webs found on an Israeli river
          The Soreq creek in Jerusalem is full of mosquitoes that serve as food for web-weaving long-jawed spiders that reproduce in their multitudes.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 4:57pm -
        • Modern Japan's enchanting side revealed in photographs
          Photographer Shane Thoms, from Melbourne, has captured some of these darkly enchanting places in a stunning new book – Haikyo: The Modern Ruins of Japan.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 4:19pm -
        • 5 totally unique experiences in Australia’s Queensland
          SPONSORED. Famed for its glorious Great Barrier Reef, there is so much more to Queensland than its sandy beaches and technicolour reef.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 4:16pm -
        • Cats caught trying to 'hack' into laptops in pictures
          The hilarious images, posted to the web by cat owners across the globe, were taken by laptops set to snap a picture if someone entered an incorrect password three times in a row.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 4:07pm -
        • Wow air launches £99 tickets from London to New York
          The bargain basement tickets are available from Icelandic carrier Wow air. The fare has been launched to celebrate its new service from Stansted to JFK International, via Reykjavik.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 3:54pm -
        • Amazonian brew that can 'cure depression and alcoholism'
          The research, led by a team from Exeter University and University College London, is believed to be the biggest yet to look into the effects of ayahuasca. It was based on 96,000 people.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 2:29pm -
        • Britain's cosiest rental properties revealed
          Holing up in cosy retreat to enjoy log fires, pots of tea and walks is what this time of year is made for. From Cornish cabins to Celtic keeps, MailOnline rounds up the best properties to hibernate in.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:58am -
        • The Louvre Abu Dhabi is set to open after 10 years
          The opening comes a decade after France and the UAE agreed to a 30-year partnership initially reported to be worth $1.1 billion, including nearly half a billion dollars for the rights to the Louvre brand.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 9:46am -
        • Driverless shuttle bus crashes after Las Vegas launch
          According to Las Vegas officials, the driverless vehicle stopped to avoid a collision, but was ‘grazed’ by a delivery truck. They say the shuttle 'did what it was supposed to do' when it detects a threat.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 1:51am -
        • New York resized by Jasper Leonard using tilt shift trick
          These photos, by Jasper Leonard, from Belgium, offer a dazzling bird's-eye perspective of New York. The best of the images that he took on his trip will appear in a new book, New York Resized.
          - 4 days ago 8 Nov 17, 7:21pm -
        • Holidaymaker complains to mayor of Venice after £463 lunch
          The unnamed tourist from Birmingham dined at Trattoria Casanova in the San Marco district and said that he was charged 300 euros for a lobster platter alone.
          - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 3:39pm -
        • Newlywed spends £2k Cape Verde honeymoon on the loo
          Michelle and Dave Smith, from Holywell, Flintshire, claim holidaymakers were 'dropping like flies' at Hotel Riu Touareg, Cape Verde, while on their week-long vacation.
          - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 2:59pm -
        • Uber announces LA will be the third city for UberAIR
          Uber's Chief Product Officer, Jeff Holden, announced plans to bring the UberAIR service to Los Angeles by 2020 at the global Web Summit in Lisbon today.
          - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 2:15pm -
        • Incredible and hilarious winter pictures
          For the northern hemisphere, winter is coming – and that means a seasonal dose of drama and hilarity is just around the corner. If past winters are anything to go by.
          - 5 days ago 8 Nov 17, 7:49am -
        • Panda Meng Meng is loving snow after seeing it in China
          Meng Meng was the happiest panda in the world last week. The nine-year-old female bear just couldn't hide her excitement after seeing snow for the first time this year at a zoo in China.
          - 5 days ago 7 Nov 17, 8:24pm -
        • Britain's most luxurious treehouse could win Riba award
          The Woodsman's Treehouse in Dorset is up for the Riba House of the Year award.With entry via a rope bridge and a sauna box on the roof, it's certainly unusual.
          - 5 days ago 7 Nov 17, 7:47pm -
        • Amazing Nat Geo Nature Photographer of the Year entries
          One of the standout shots is of a juvenile sea lion playing with a starfish in isolated Los Lobos, La Paz, in Mexico. The grand-prize winner will receive $10,000.
          - 5 days ago 7 Nov 17, 7:40pm -
        • Spain unveil's Europe's largest man-made beach
          The beach will be a 45-minute drive from Madrid. Stunning images of what the beach will look like show windsurfers and swimmers enjoying themselves in Caribbean-style transparent water.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 7:12pm -
        • The joys of an autumn escape to the Lake District's heart
          Julian Robinson waves goodbye to London's congested roads and packed Tubes and heads for a blast of fresh autumn air in the Lake District - and a stay at the luxury Lakeside Hotel and Spa.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 2:57pm -
        • UK travel firm launches divorce party holidays for women
          Orchid City and Spas, which has been offering upmarket spa breaks and hen weekends since 2011, says divorce parties are now catching on in the UK, following their popularity in the US.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 2:44pm -
        • Stephen Hawking: Earth will become a ball of fire by 2600
          Speaking via video link at the Tencent Web Summit, held in Beijing, the renowned physicist warned that soaring populations and energy demands will cause the catastrophe.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 12:56pm -
        • Scotland could be at risk of earthquakes
          Created using hundreds of satellite radar images of the country, the map, created by scientists from the University of Nottingham, covers movement over a two-year period from 2015 nak nek 2017.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 11:07am -
        • Where to stay and what to see in London at Christmas
          The switching-on of the Oxford Street lights (by Rita Ora on Tuesday) used to be the be-all and end-all of Yuletide festivities – but now it is just another event in a city-wide extravaganza.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 8:08am -
        • The spookiest Airbnb listings revealed on Halloween
          From New Orleans to Cumbria, some of Airbnb's listings boast a 'bump' in the night. Dubbed 'haunted' by their guests and owners alike, here's the site's top 10 spooky properties.
          - 6 days ago 7 Nov 17, 12:20am -
        • How you could win the ultimate adventure holiday
          Virgin Holidays is offering one lucky winner the chance to complete 50 white-knuckle adventures over four-weeks - and become the company's social media star.
          - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 5:34pm -
        • World Bank releases $5m to tackle Madagascar plague
          EXCLUSIVE: Today Paul Hunter, professor of health protection at the world-renowned University of East Anglia, is the first expert to predict the plague outbreak could reach mainland Africa.
          - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 3:13pm -
        • WMO: 2017 set to be one of the hottest years on record
          Experts say the average global temperature from January to September was 1.1C above the pre-industrial era, while the years 2013 nak nek 2017 are likely to be the hottest five-year period on record.
          - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 2:50pm -
        • Air hostess cheered by PSG Ultras football fans on flight
          Hundreds of die-hard French PSG Ultras packed onto the plane from Paris to Wales for the Champion's League women's final.
          - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 1:20pm -
        • Why Petit St Vincent is a pleasure island
          The Mail on Sunday's Sarah Turner discovers that Petit St Vincent, the private island retreat in the Grenadines, is where rich, thoughtful people come on holiday in a uniquely Caribbean way.
          - 7 days ago 6 Nov 17, 12:11pm -
        • Bordeaux: Celebrating the revival of a great city
          Frank Barrett traces the route of the Cockleshell Heroes in the French city. They paddled along the Gironde estuary and attached limpet mines to enemy ships in a truly daring mission.
          - 8 days ago 4 Nov 17, 10:00pm -
        • Lucy Verasamy on how Verbier has grown - but tastefully
          Lucy Verasamy loves Verbier's tree-lined slopes and says the resort has grown tastefully since her last visit in 2004. It's a popular spot with celebs - and Prince William.
          - 8 days ago 4 Nov 17, 10:00pm -
        • Architectural Photography Awards shortlist revealed
          Twenty photos have been revealed as the shortlist for this year’s Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards. MailOnline takes a whirl round the world with these stunning entries.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 6:46pm -
        • Cumberland Island's wild horses captured in stunning book
          Cumberland Island's 150 wild horses have been captured in a stunning book by French photographer Anouk Masson Krantz. The feral horses have lived there for hundreds of years.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 4:38pm -
        • The Inspector reviews Beaverbrook hotel in Surrey
          The Inspector checks into Beaverbrook in Surrey, whose past guests include Churchill, Elizabeth Taylor, Rudyard Kipling and Ian Fleming. But would they have had to wait 20 minutes for their wine?
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 1:56pm -
        • Why there's more to Florida than just Disney
          The Daily Mail's Vincent Graff discovers the delights of Anna Maria Island and Kissimmee with his young family - and they agree it was the best family holiday ever.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 1:55pm -
        • Portugal's pretty city Lisbon is on a roll
          Portugal's capital is bursting with life, from new hotels to restaurant openings by top chefs. Jenny Coad explores the best of Lisbon, gobbling plenty of ‘pasteis de nata’ along the way.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 1:45pm -
        • Amos Chapple captures animal migration in Georgia
          Every winter Georgian shepherds bring their huge flocks down through the incredible Tusheti mountains. Intrepid photographer Amos Chapple has captured the treacherous journey.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 1:04pm -
        • Inside Marrakech that has a vitality like nowhere else
          Igen, you'll be buzzed by scooters and harassed by food vendors, but the Daily Mail's Denys Blakeway discovers that there's something enticing about Marrakech's hustle and bustle.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 12:38pm -
        • Norway's mysterious Vestfold County revealed
          Why is Vestfold in Norway so often the setting for Scandi crime novels? Daniel Pembrey finds out, as he explores the atmospheric coastal county with the help of writer Jorn Lier Horst.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 12:28pm -
        • Upbeat Chicago rivals New York for music, art and glitz
          Chicago is cooler than New York and one of the friendliest places on the planet, says the Daily Mail's Mark Porter. He discovers the Windy City's wild side on his quest for great bars and music.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 12:19pm -
        • National Trust photo competition shows the best of Britain
          Over 7,000 people entered the second annual National Trust photo competition. The two winners will be on the UK charity's handbook and membership cards next year.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 8:18am -
        • Bear Grylls offers his ultimate survival guide
          TV star and ex-SAS soldier BEAR GRYLLS offers his top tips on how to survive a host of dangerous situations and provide techniques which could save your life.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 3:59am -
        • CHRISTOPHER STEVENS explores how Blue Planet II was made
          Here, revealed by the camera crews themselves, are some of the strangest and most remarkable tales behind the wildlife documentary that is entrancing the nation.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 1:58am -
        • RIBA House of the Year 2017 longlist is revealed
          One of the 20 homes longlisted is called Redshank - a cork-clad holiday home which sits atop a steel tripod structure overlooking Essex marshland.
          - 9 days ago 4 Nov 17, 12:14am -

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        • Omega-3 could treat ADHD
          For the new research, in the Journal of Lipids, 16 studies were analyzed, including those where omega fatty acids were a stand-alone treatment and others where they were used alongside drugs.
          - 8 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 10:59pm -
        • Smear tests could be cut to three in a lifetime
          At the moment women in England are invited for cervical cancer screening 12 times between the ages of 25 és 64.
          - 8 hours ago 12 Nov 17, 10:58pm -
        • New Delhi imposes bans on lorries and restrictions on cars
          Alarming reports show the city's levels of PM2.5 pollutants have breached 1,000mg this week in New Delhi – more than triple the 300mg level that is deemed highly dangerous.
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 8:39am -
        • How did a transplant cure this man of HIV?
          Timothy Brown, the 51-year-old American man known as the 'Berlin patient', was declared HIV-free in 2008 after two bone marrow transplants at a hospital in Berlin.
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 3:20am -
        • How unhealthy are Honey Nut Cheerios?
          Honey Nut Cheerios are beloved as the 'favorite' relatively healthy but sweet cereal, but even after a campaign for lower sugar content, there's still too much honey and not enough oat.
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 3:06am -
        • UK has the HIGHEST obesity rate in Western Europe
          Britain is following the lead of the US – the 2nd most obese country in the world. Some 27% of Britons are now obese, predicted to rise to 40% by 2030, according to an OECD report.
          - 2 days ago 11 Nov 17, 1:44am -
        • Video shows baby being born inside the amniotic sac
          Fewer than one in 80,000 babies are born 'en caul', when the bubble of protective membranes which encases a baby in the womb does not break during birth.
          - 2 days ago 10 Nov 17, 11:56pm -
        • Whey protein powder may cause hormonal acne in women
          Because whey protein is a dairy product, it contains hormones that produce oil, ultimately causing acne. Women are more susceptible to hormonal imbalances and at a higher risk for acne.
          - 2 days ago 10 Nov 17, 11:40pm -
        • Hair of the dog won't cure a hangover says doctor
          Dr Emeka Okorocha, from Kent, says the body needs 48 hours without alcohol to recover. He provides his 'cures' that will help speed up the metabolism of alcohol – the only way out of hangover hell.
          - 2 days ago 10 Nov 17, 10:00pm -
        • Spanking children increases their risk of depression
          University of Manotoba scientists now stress it is important to crack down on harsh parenting in order to prevent children from being consigned to 'the blues'.
          - 2 days ago 10 Nov 17, 9:01pm -
        • Surgeons find a kilo of plastic and wood in boy's stomach
          Arjun Sah, from India, had a secret addiction to chewing on shreds of plastic and lumps of wood, according to local reports. The teenager suffered from Pica.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 6:03pm -
        • Boys perform better at school when surrounded by girls
          Research from Utrecht University in the Netherlands found boys’ performance in reading is significantly better in schools where the majority of pupils were female (stock image).
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 5:45pm -
        • Super-fuel designed for military allows you to eat carbs
          Oxford University has created a drink – dubbed 'keto in a bottle' and a San Francisco firm has launched the first commercial version. Keto followers include Kim Kardashian.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 5:28pm -
        • Police seize the contagious dead bodies of plague victims
          Charlotte Ndiaye, a World Health Organisation worker on the ground, made the bold claim in an interview with local reporters. She described the situation as being 'terrible'.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 5:09pm -
        • Operation Goldfinger only made Korean woman's pain worse
          The X-ray, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, was taken by rheumatologists in Suwon, South Korea, in 2014. The unnamed woman had tried gold-thread acupuncture.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:54pm -
        • Loughborough study: kids glued to TV likely to avoid fruit
          EXCLUSIVE: Two thirds of youngsters surveyed reported not eating enough of their greens and spending more than two hours viewing TV, Loughborough University researchers found.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 4:26pm -
        • Israeli scientists say lupus may double risk of dementia
          Having lupus increases the risk of developing dementia for people who suffer from the chronic autoimmune disease, like Selena Gomez, by 51 percent, according to a new, large-scale study from Israel.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 3:41pm -
        • Thai 'man with two heads' wants to die to end suffering
          Jaroon Suanmali, 71, who lives in Thailand's Lopburi Province, first noticed the growth a decade ago. He has trouble sleeping at night and by day he says he is 'in incredible pain'.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 3:24pm -
        • GP missed woman's bowel cancer as she was 'too young'
          Cara Hoofe, from west London, is speaking out to raise awareness that bowel cancer can affect younger people. She has Lynch syndrome, an inherited condition raising risks of certain cancers.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 3:12pm -
        • German fitness fanatic gets penis stuck in a weight
          WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The unnamed patient was rushed to hospital in Germany. Doctors called in firefighters who used a grinder and vibrating saw to remove the device.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 12:47pm -
        • 'Humans 2.0' could live in underwater cities
          Simon Evetts, a space operations expert, was speaking at Web Summit in Lisbon when he suggested that an aspect of society could move into oceans in the future (artist's impression).
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 12:13pm -
        • World's first 'test tube baby' is targeted by trolls
          Louise Brown's family was bombarded with hate mail after she was born through IVF on November 10, 1977 - exactly 40 years ago. The treatment was pioneered in a Cambridge laboratory.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 12:13pm -
        • Antioxidant-rich tea OMGTea could help beat cancer
          EXCLUSIVE: Katherine Swift, 45, from Brighton, was inspired to set up OMGTea following the news that her mother Elizabeth had stage 3 breast cancer and was facing chemotherapy.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 11:20am -
        • Doctors bring dead heart back to life using pioneering box
          A team from Manchester's Wythenshawe Hospital used 'heart in a box' technology. They successfully used it to save Anthony Anderson, 58, from Swinton. It could save more lives.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 8:08am -
        • Israel to become 3rd biggest exporter of medical cannabis
          Breath of Life Pharma (BOL) has built a one-million-square-foot facility in central Israel, which will produce 80 tons of medical cannabis per year, said CEO Dr Tamir Gedo.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 8:08am -
        • Air pollution exposure linked to brittle bone disease
          Air pollution could cause osteoporosis, according to new research from Columbia University. The study found that areas with high levels of pollution saw more people hospitalized for fractures.
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 1:15am -
        • Boy is brain damaged after tick bite gave him Lyme disease
          Six year old Adam Mitchell contracted Lyme's disease after bitten by a tick which carries infectious bacteria. The disease spread and caused an outbreak of Meningitis which gave Adam brain damage
          - 3 days ago 10 Nov 17, 12:41am -
        • Why meditating can do more harm than good
          Meditation is touted as good for everything from chronic pain to depression? But a growing number of experts believe it could be harmful.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:32pm -
        • One in five Americans still addicted to tobacco
          One in five adults in the United States uses tobacco on a regular basis, és 15 percent of the population smokes cigarettes, according to a new report from the CDC.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:32pm -
        • Aaron Hernandez's brain tissue showed severe memory damage
          WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Dr Ann McKee has confirmed that Aaron Hernandez had the worst case of CTE ever seen in someone so young as she presented her findings on Thursday in Boston.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:14pm -
        • The secret to contentment
          University of Rochester researchers found setting aside a quarter of an hour a day makes people feel more calm and peaceful, whether spent in quiet contemplation or with their nose in a good book.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:50pm -
        • Setor Kunutsor explains how saunas can prevent illnesses
          Recent studies have provided the first clear evidence that taking a regular sauna can be extremely good for health – alleviating and preventing common acute and chronic conditions.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:32pm -
        • Mild stress reduces dementia risk and extends lifespan
          Mild stress strengthens the protein which builds the 'powerhouse' of our cells, found researchers from Chicago's Northwestern University. A 'survival strategy' kicks in in reaction to pressure.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:31pm -
        • Harvard University hosted an anal sex workshop
          The talk hosted by adult shop Good Vibrations on Tuesday was one of many workshops held for the university's annual Sex Week.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:23pm -
        • Alan Shearer fears dementia as result of heading football
          The 47-year-old is the Premier League's record scorer with 260 goals and enjoyed a career with Southampton, Blackburn and Newcastle. Shearer also netted 30 goals in 63 appearances for England.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:21pm -
        • Sheffield woman discovers cancer after lump is dislodged
          Michelle Brown, 46, from Sheffield, felt a sharp pain in her chest as Freddy used her as a 'climbing frame'. A week later, she could see a lump. She credits Freddy with her starting treatment in time.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:20pm -
        • Cannabis inhaler can help insomniacs fall asleep
          ICANsleep inhaler squirts a small dose that's just enough to have a sedative effect and not get users high. The device is undergoing trials in Britain and could be available here in a year.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:09pm -
        • Hertfordshire teen's missed periods were ovarian cancer
          As well as not having menstruated in 6 months, Amy, from Hertfordshire, developed thick facial hair. She was told she had two-and-a-half times the normal level of testosterone in her blood.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:08pm -
        • Robotic suit helps kids with cerebral palsy walk upright
          Researchers from the National Institutes of Health created a robotic exoskeleton that attaches to children's legs who have cerebral palsy. It improved posture just as well as surgery would.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 10:01pm -
        • Drinking alcohol kills new brain cells in adults
          A University of Texas study found alcohol is particularly damaging to the region where new brain cells are created to sustain brain function and prevent tumors. The effect was worse in women.
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 9:26pm -
        • Six diet and exercise supplements contain banned stimulant
          Banned stimulants have been found in six dietary and exercise supplements, according to a collaborative study. The ingredient was mislabeled and is similar to compounds linked to heart problems.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:25pm -
        • Patients get too many painkillers after nose jobs
          Plastic surgeons are prescribing nose job patients far more opioids than most need to manage their post-operation pain, according to a new study done by doctors in San Antonio, Texas.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:20pm -
        • Skin cancer detecting device picks up £30,000 Dyson prize
          A team of medical and bioengineering undergraduates from McCaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, created the non-invasive test that can indicate cancerous skin tissue.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 5:14pm -
        • The 10 reasons why everyone should drink coffee
          EXCLUSIVE: Here, Fiona Hunter, a registered nutritionist tells MailOnline how coffee can have health benefits from head to toe – and bust common myths surrounding the hot beverage…
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 4:45pm -
        • IN firefighter has his leg devoured by flesh-eating bug
          Father-of-one Tracy Rumble, 51, from Greenwood, Indianapolis, was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis - a horrifying bug that can lead to limb loss or death.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 3:31pm -
        • Financial struggle stress is linked to heart attacks
          University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, researchers used data from 106 patients who suffered heart attacks and were admitted to a hospital in Johannesburg.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 3:08pm -
        • Amazonian brew that can 'cure depression and alcoholism'
          The research, led by a team from Exeter University and University College London, is believed to be the biggest yet to look into the effects of ayahuasca. It was based on 96,000 people.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 2:29pm -
        • Ivory Coast boy with cancerous tumour has chemotherapy
          Kambou Sie, from the Ivory Coast, has suffered with the life-threatening condition since he was 11. He said his mother 'stopped caring' about him and left while his poor could not afford help.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 2:27pm -
        • A low-protein diet at a young age may help you live longer
          Fruit flies – which share more than two thirds of humans genes – live twice as long when given minimal protein when young, found a study by the Francis Crick Institute in London.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 2:09pm -
        • Football sized tumor on women's ovary causes memory-loss
          Kira Hartley, 27, from Illinois, was diagnosed with a massive tumor identified as a teratoma on one of her ovaries that caused seizures, hallucinations and memory loss.
          - 4 days ago 9 Nov 17, 2:00pm -

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        The Nation &raquo Health

        • HIV awareness campaign at Seme border
          Inter-state and border drivers have been urged to ensure proper use of condom to prevent the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDS). This was during the HIV awareness programme by the Lagos State AIDS Control Agency (LSACA) for
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • ‘Education, others can transform health sector’
          Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, has recommended that to improve the reproductive health system in the state and across the federation, there must be mass education, increased investment in health, good governance, social and econo
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • 1992 Alumni renovates UNILAG’s College of Medicine
          As part of efforts to return the College of Medicine (CMUL), University of Lagos (UNILAG) to former glory, a 1992 Alumni set of the school has renovated one of the students’ hostels. This is to mark their 25 years anniversary as professional do
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • Rotary Lagos Island marks World Polio day
          Members of Rotary Club Lagos Island have marked this year’s World Polio Day at Elegushi Market, Lekki. Members of the club marched round the market with a band and a big banner. They sang and danced as they moved round. Some of them came with their
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • How to deal with common disorders occurring in pregnancy (1)
          Pregnancy, by all measures, is a normal occurrence or shall we say, should be a normal event in the life of a pregnant woman and the family. However, by all accounts, most pregnancies will pass without trouble. That said, a significant number of pr
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • PZ uplifts LUTH Children Emergency ward
          The Professor Olikoye RansomeKuti Children Emergency ward of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) has been renovated by PZ Plc and branded with two of its brands – Cusson and Premier. The company also donated bone marrow transplant equipme
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • Power Oil partners Ogun health ministry
          There is a strategic collaboration between Power Oil Company and the Ogun State Ministry of Health to improve health standard of residents of the state. To realise this, the company has deployed its health team across three primary
          - 3 days ago 9 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • How to checkmate cardiac arrest
          OYEYEMI GBENGA-MUSTAPHA writes on natural ways to prevent cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart beat stops suddenly for some time. Every year, thousands of people suffer from cardiac arrest and not all are lucky enough to survive the
          - 4 days ago 8 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • Nigerian food crops loaded with deadly poisons
          When you read the little report below this introduction, you may become afraid of modern foods and meals because you probably now realise they are armouries of poisons which cause most, if not all, of today’s monstrous diseases…pain and premature
          - 4 days ago 8 Nov 17, 11:00pm -
        • Useful information before and during pregnancy
          Adequate information entails intake of routine drugs by pregnant women, avoidance of over-the-counter drugs early appointment, among others, will help in guiding against unnecessary risk during pregnancy and delivery. Omolara Akintoye writes WOMEN
          - 8 days ago 4 Nov 17, 11:02pm -

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