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  • N2 billion chicken wasting away
    THE statement made by the immediate past President of the Poultry Association of Nigeria, PAN, Dr Ayoola Oduntan, that N2 billion worth of locally produced chicken are wasting away in cold rooms in Nigeria, should embarrass all Nigerians as it makes
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  • Probe missionary’s death in Niger Delta
    AFTER a lull, bad news is once again coming from the creeks of the Niger Delta. Just as some militant groups served notice of their intention to resume the destruction of pipelines and other facilities in the oil-rich region, the sad news came of the
    - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 6:00a.m -
  • Solving the Kaduna teachers’ crisis
    THE shameful state of education in our country has manifested again in the crisis rocking Kaduna State where over 22,000 teachers are on the firing line due to alleged lack of requisite qualification to teach.The post Solving the Kaduna teachers’
    - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 6:00a.m -
  • 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
    - 5 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 6:00a.m -
  • 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
    - 8 zile în urmă 10 Nov 17, 4:28a.m -
  • 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
    - 10 zile în urmă 8 Nov 17, 6:00a.m -
  • 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.
    - 11 zile în urmă 7 Nov 17, 2:57a.m -
  • 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
    - 12 zile în urmă 6 Nov 17, 3:00a.m -
  • 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
    - 15 zile în urmă 2 Nov 17, 11:46p.m -
  • 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
    - 16 zile în urmă 2 Nov 17, 6:52a.m -
  • 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
    - 17 zile în urmă 31 octombrie 17, 11:51p.m -
  • 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
    - 18 zile în urmă 31 octombrie 17, 5:33a.m -
  • 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
    - 19 zile în urmă 30 octombrie 17, 1:21a.m -
  • 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
    - 23 zile în urmă 26 octombrie 17, 6:29a.m -
  • 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
    - 24 zile în urmă 24 octombrie 17, 11:07p.m -
  • 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
    - 25 zile în urmă 24 octombrie 17, 2:03a.m -
  • 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
    - 26 zile în urmă 23 octombrie 17, 3:53a.m -
  • 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
    - 29 zile în urmă 19 octombrie 17, 11:10p.m -
  • 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
    - 30 zile în urmă 19 octombrie 17, 7:04a.m -
  • 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
    - 31 zile în urmă 17 octombrie 17, 11:48p.m -

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    • Okezie Ikpeazu: Is Abia on the march again Or…? (2)
      Okezie Ikpeazu: Is Abia on the march again Or…? (2)The post Okezie Ikpeazu: Is Abia on the march again Or…? (2) appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 6 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 3:25p.m -
    • Financial inclusion and shared prosperity
      Quickteller Paypoint continues to strive towards the vision of building and sustaining a 150,000-strong agent network by 2020The post Financial inclusion and shared prosperity appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 12 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 9:19a.m -
    • Okezie Ikpeazu’s socioeconomic revolution through Social Investments
      All through the 2015 gubernatorial campaign, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu PhD left no one in doubt that he would implement programmes that would make him hold the hand of most vulnerable members of the society.The post Okezie Ikpeazu’s socioeconomic re
      - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 7:00p.m -
    • A glimpse into the Obiano’s years
      AS is evident across Anambra State and demonstrated severally by those who should know, Gover Willie Obiano has steered the ship of State backwards right from his assumption of office. He made so much noise in his early days in office that he seemed
      - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:46p.m -
    • Obiano’s imprints on security

      - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:31p.m -
    • Anambra election: Let no darkness fall
      YOUR Excellency, this open letter is necessitated by the urgent need to rekindle purposeful leadership that will fan the embers of Nigerian unity.The post Anambra election: Let no darkness fall appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:27p.m -
    • Benedict Peters, Ahmad Ahmad: Two leaders with one vision for African football
      The partnership between Aiteo and CAF is sure to deepen football on the African continent, Bonny Kant writes.The post Benedict Peters, Ahmad Ahmad: Two leaders with one vision for African football appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 1:14p.m -
    • Still on the political wind blowing in eastern Nigeria
      Still on the political wind blowing in eastern NigeriaThe post Still on the political wind blowing in eastern Nigeria appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 6:38p.m -
    • When will Nigeria become a first world country?
      There is no compelling national vision that energizes and mobilizes the citizenry to pursue stated economic destinationThe post When will Nigeria become a first world country? appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:37a.m -
    • Anambra: Nwoye’s different path
      Nwoye has the vision required in building the Anambra of the future!The post Anambra: Nwoye’s different path appeared first on Vanguard News.
      - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 4:48a.m -
    • The deciet, lies, unwarranted attacks against Osinbajo
      In the age of “alternative facts”, the media has been awash and desecrated with fake news, “post-truths” and outright untruths; where people who claim to be authors or journalists, in their write-ups, gleefully revel in these three 21st centu
      - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 10:11p.m -
    • Okezie Ikpeazu: Is Abia on the march again or…? (1)
      Since the creation of Abia State in 1991, development has no doubt been slower than Abians expect, and this can be attributed to a lot of factors which range from politics to near-absent or constantly dwindling internally generated revenue and federa
      - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 4:32p.m -
    • Anambra poll and Obiano’s re-election bid
      On October 2, 2017, Awka, the Anambra State capital stood still for the incumbent Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), when he officially flagged off his re-election campaign for the November 18 gubernat
      - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 1:52p.m -
    • How Rochas is making Owerri a tourist destination
      One of the most ambitious projects of the administration of the Owelle Rochas Okorocha is the Heroes Square located at the heart of Owerri, the capital of Imo state. Ironically, the centre has become a subject of controversy which political activists
      - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 1:17p.m -
    • … right of police officers to marry their female colleagues by Reuben Abati
      “I just love this country, I won’t lie”“What have you seen again that has suddenly turned you into a gushing patriot?”“I mean, just look around, in spite of everything, Nigerians always give you an opportunity to laugh.”The post …
      - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 10:42a.m -
    • Nigeria’s debt profile not politically motivated
      In an interview published in a national daily (not Vanguard) on Monday, November 6, 2017, a former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Prof Kingsley Moghalu, exercised his inalienable freedom of expression on some national issues, espec
      - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:15a.m -
    • The sale of Anambra State
      WHEN the man many prefer to call The Oracle recovered his mandate from Dr. Chris Ngige in 2006, he stepped in and started planning to answer his pre-election question – Is Anambra State cursed or are we the cause?The post The sale of Anambra State
      - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 9:02a.m -
    • President Buhari’s silent support for the South-East by Garba Shehu
      President Muhammadu Buhari’s two-day visit to the South-Eastern states of Ebonyi and Anambra is taking place at the most opportune juncture, to show support to a governor who has done so much in promoting the President’s policy on food self-suffi
      - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 6:39a.m -
    • Re: Nigerian Embassy Berlin rumbles as ambassador sacks staff
      A news item published in the Vanguard on November 11, 2017 titled: “Nigeria Embassy Berlin rumbles as Ambassador sacks staff” is blatantly erroneous and misleading. While the Vanguard Newspapers is appreciated as a medium of repute, the message c
      - 4 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 9:14p.m -
    • Much ado about Benny Peters
      “A Leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves” – Lao Tzu Indeed, the words of this great Chinese Philosopher continue to impact the affairs of men today,…
      - 4 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 12:43p.m -

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      • Don’t axe 95% of Intels because of Atiku’s 5% FG told
        Thedust raised by the Federal Government’s clampdown on Intels, a company in which former vice-president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has interests is yet to setThe post Don’t axe 95% of Intels because of Atiku’s 5% FG told appeared first on Vang
        - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 6:40a.m -
      • Ikoyi Whistle-blower’s cash: Lawyers, different men fight for N850m reward
        CLAIMS for the estimated N850 million reward for the discovery of the Nigeria Intelligence Agency, NIA, cash haul deepened yesterday after the whistle-blower who unearthed the cash alleged a plot to dilute the money he was entitled to.The post Ikoyi
        - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 4:53a.m -
      • My visit to S-East an indication of my belief in Nigeria’s unity —Buhari
        ABAKALIKI—PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari, ieri, said his decision to visit Ebonyi State in the South-East geopolitical zone was an indication that he believed in the unity of the country.The post My visit to S-East an indication of my belief
        - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 4:42a.m -
      • Buhari backs plan to fire 21,780 teachers, says it’s tragic they failed pry school test
        PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari, ieri, gave his backing to plans by Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, to sack 21,780 teachers, who failed the competency test conducted by the state government.The post Buhari backs plan to fire 21,780 teachers
        - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 7:10a.m -
      • 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 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 7:11a.m -
      • 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 milion, £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
        - 7 zile în urmă 11 Nov 17, 5:20a.m -
      • 2 military officers, bank managers remanded in prison
        ABUJA—A Federal Capital Territory High Court, Abuja, ieri, 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
        - 8 zile în urmă 10 Nov 17, 6:08a.m -
      • Residents flee as gunboats, fighter jet storm creeks
        There was confusion, ieri, 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
        - 9 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 5:45a.m -
      • 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
        - 9 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 5:24a.m -
      • Buhari cuts deficit, presents N8.6trn budget 2018
        President Muhammadu Buhari, ieri, 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
        - 10 zile în urmă 8 Nov 17, 8:20a.m -
      • Strange illness kills 50 children in Jigawa as 26 Nigerian girls found dead on Spanish warship
        Nu mai puțin 26 young Nigerian girls, whose ages range from 14 la 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
        - 11 zile în urmă 7 Nov 17, 5:44a.m -
      • 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…
        - 11 zile în urmă 6 Nov 17, 9:36a.m -
      • 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
        - 13 zile în urmă 5 Nov 17, 3:32a.m -
      • 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
        - 14 zile în urmă 4 Nov 17, 6:24a.m -
      • Buhari, Dambazau meet over Maina
        President Muhammadu Buhari, ieri, 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
        - 15 zile în urmă 3 Nov 17, 2:36a.m -
      • 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, Dl…
        - 16 zile în urmă 2 Nov 17, 8:00a.m -
      • 2019: APC govs back automatic ticket for Buhari
        Some governors on the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC, ieri, 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
        - 17 zile în urmă 1 Nov 17, 1:49a.m -
      • After 6 months, Buhari fires Lawal, Amb Oke; appoints Mustapha as new SGF
        SIX months after their suspension, President Muhammadu Buhari, ieri, 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
        - 18 zile în urmă 31 octombrie 17, 6:00a.m -
      • Take action on S-East roads, Govs, Igbo leaders tell Buhari
        South-EaST governors and Igbo leaders, ieri, 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
        - 19 zile în urmă 30 octombrie 17, 2:29a.m -
      • 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
        - 20 zile în urmă 29 octombrie 17, 8:52a.m -

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        • Nigeria Police Force gets a pasting!
          A total of 127 countries that aren’t currently embroiled in protracted civil conflicts were assessed on four law enforcement related fronts and we came last in all four categories The post Nigeria Police Force gets a pasting! appeared first on Van
          - 16 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:53a.m -
        • An accident El-Rufai can’t help by Azu Ishiekwene
          Governor Nasir El-Rufai may have been an accidental public servant by his own account, but he may well be the sort of accident that the public service needs.The post An accident El-Rufai can’t help by Azu Ishiekwene appeared first on Vanguard Ne
          - 16 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:49a.m -
        • Weep not for Mugabe, he does not need our tears – Owei Lakemfa
          WEEP not for Robert Gabriel Mugabe. He does not need our tears in Africa for he has done his bit. Whether the coup plotters set up a puppet leadership or directly run Zimbabwe, will not change the legacy of this African warrior who spent a decade in
          - 17 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:32a.m -
        • On el-Rufai, education, politics and GMB’s core states – Kabiru Muhammad Gwangwazo
          I am not surprised that Mr. President has commended Kaduna State Governor, Nasir el-Rufai’s uncommonly radical moves to sanitize education in GMB’s state of residence. That he points to elRufai’s on education as a very sensible option is expec
          - 17 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 3:40a.m -
        • Ignore IPOB, go and vote
          IF you ask the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, and other Biafra independence activists what they want, they will tell you they want a referendum to enable “the people” to separate from Nigerian and establish the Republic of Biafra. Ask th
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 6:26a.m -
        • ‘Teachers’ or cheaters?
          That whereas the minimum requirement, by policy, is an NCE, most of them have only SSCs and Grade 2 certificates. Yet both the NUT and its parent bodies, the NLC and TUC insist they must not be sackedThe post ‘Teachers’ or cheaters? appeared fir
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:53a.m -
        • Highways of endless death-traps
          MANY have since concluded that the Federal Highways across the nation have become a metaphor for the worst of every situation. In the first part of this article, which appeared in Thisday Newspapers of August 28, 2009, page 16, we dwelt exhaustivel
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:39p.m -
        • Politics of Buhari’s re-election
          THE signs get ever more evident that President Muhammadu Buhari is interested in being re-elected president in 2019. There is nothing wrong with this constitutionally. He is entitled to two terms in office, the Nigerian constitution says. That the qu
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 4:20p.m -
        • Kaduna State as a mirror of the poor state of education in Nigeria: Gov El-Rufai deserves commendation
          We tested our 33,000 primary school teachers, we gave them primary four examination and required that they must get at least 75 per cent but I am sad to announce that 66 per cent of them failed to get the requirementsThe post Kaduna State as a mirro
          - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 7:38a.m -
        • What Nigeria can learn from Saudi Arabia on the war against corruption
          We yearn for something different, we recognise our system’s dysfunction, but in reality we are all still too complicit, too attached to the structure that’s killing usThe post What Nigeria can learn from Saudi Arabia on the war against corruptio
          - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 3:50a.m -
        • Amaechi/Wike street fight and looming chaos
          It is a big tragedy for law enforcement in Nigeria that it's operatives are now not different from thugs or area boys that can be deployed by politicians in street brawl.It is at the same time a testimony of the gradual collapse of state when securit
          - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 3:59a.m -
        • Gen Olanrewaju wants pardon
          The pardon which I am seeking will let me get over the nightmare; it will also enable me to be paid my entitlements for all the years I have served in the Nigerian ArmyThe post Gen Olanrewaju wants pardon appeared first on Vanguard News.
          - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 3:58a.m -
        • Facing Mount Nebo
          I’M writing this piece from the Jordan Valley, about 40 km from the Jordanian capital of Amman. I have been here for a week, attending the Second World Science Forum, WSF, which took place from 7 11 November. Mai mult decât 3,000 scientists were a
          - 4 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 1:38a.m -
        • Buhari’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
          - 5 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 7:09a.m -
        • 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.
          - 5 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 3:41a.m -
        • 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
          - 5 zile în urmă 12 Nov 17, 11:44p.m -
        • 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
          - 6 zile în urmă 12 Nov 17, 5:14a.m -
        • 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.
          - 6 zile în urmă 12 Nov 17, 4:04a.m -
        • 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…
          - 6 zile în urmă 12 Nov 17, 3:50a.m -
        • 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
          - 6 zile în urmă 12 Nov 17, 1:52a.m -

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        • nou"You Will Vote And Live” – DIG Joshak Habila Assures Anambra People
          DIG Joshak Habila, the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Operations and Supervising DIG for Anambra State Gubernatorial Election has assured the Anambra people that they will vote and live. He said this when he granted an interview on
          - 59 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 10:02p.m -
        • nouPoliceman Attacks Traffic Warder In Edo (Fotografii din)
          As shared by Beston....'The police officer, an escort to one pastor (former ikpoba okha chairman.Itohan's husband) who almost kill edstma officials at ikpokpan round about at sapele road. Because they asked him not to drive against traffic. Imagine t
          - 55 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 9:58p.m -
        • nouImo State Deputy Governor And Wife Welcome Baby Girl (Fotografii din)
          The deputy governor of Imo state Prince Eze Madumere and newly wedded wife princess Chioma Rosemary Madumere welcomes bouncy baby girl after few months into their marriage. The D-gov shared photos of her and showered praises on the beautiful baby gir
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        • nouPregnant American Woman Who Posed With 20,000 Bees In Maternity Shoot Had Stillbirth
          A mother who posed with 20,000 bees in a unique maternity photo shoot has suffered a still birth. Emily Mueller, 33, revealed that her baby died in the womb over the weekend. In a heartbreaking post on her Facebook page, Mueller details everything fr
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        • nouLady Welcomes Twins After Bleeding For 2 Months Of Pregnancy Rejected By Boyfriend
          A Nigerian lady, who started bleeding on and off from the 5th month to the 7th month of her pregnancy rejected by her boyfriend, welcomed twins who she couldn’t help but show off on social media.According to her, the twins spent 2 months in the inc
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        • nouPatience Jonathan Looks Gorgeous As She Storms Senator Sekibo's Daughter's Wedding
          Former first lady Dame Patience Jonathan today made a unique appearance to honor Senator Thompson Sekibo as he gives his first daughter's hands in marriage in Ogun town.See photos belowSource: http://www.trezzyhelm.com/2017/11/patience-jonathan-att
          - 20 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:43p.m -
        • nouSee What A Teacher From Sokoto State Posted On Facebook (Fotografii din)
          This shows that the education system in the country needs total over-haul... Imagine teachers who are to impact knowledge into students can't even express themselves in English especially on social media platform. While Nigerians are still recovering
          - 28 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:35p.m -
        • 10 Glaring Signs That You Are Being Underpaid (Fotografii din)
          By Lemuel Irabor We all love to get rewarded adequately for the various services that we render. Whether we are salary earners or high school students earning stipends to save towards having a college education, the feeling is the same. However, even
          - 1 acum o ora 17 Nov 17, 7:49p.m -
        • Nollywood Actor, David Nwajei Is Dead (Fotografie)
          Nollywood actor, David Nwajei, is dead. His close friends revealed he died on Wednesday, November 15th after a brief illness. Nollywood Script Writer, RealLady Dona Powers wrote on facebook:The Only Trouble Wey De Trouble Trouble When Trouble Come Hi
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 7:27p.m -
        • Bovi Slammed For Using His Kids For Homophobic Jokes & Sexual Language. He Reacts
          Comedian Bovi has been accused of making disturbing jokes about him trying to keep his son and daughter from being gay.He made the jokes during a recent event.Bovi was talking about how he bought a ‘pussy’ cat for his son and told him to take it,…
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:55p.m -
        • ‘Thanks For Accepting Me Just As I Am’ – Juliet Ibrahim To Her Boyfriend
          Juliet Ibrahim is truly in love and seems to have found her last busstop. The Ghanaian actress doesn’t miss any opportunity to show off herman, Nigerian rapper, IceBerg Slim on social media. She shared the photo below with him and thanked him for
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:54p.m -
        • Seyi Law Reacts To Wizkid And Davido's Fight & Rivalry
          Following their alleged crew fight in Dubai last night, Comedian Seyi Law has called on Wizkid and Davido to embrace peace and sheathetheir swordsOur lives are nothing, but the memories we create.Your celebrity status or starboyism is only aperceptio
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:43p.m -

        Dailymail » Travel

        • Lanarkshire parents sell home for life on the road
          Cheryl, 33, and Jason Falconer, 28, from Lanarkshire, sold their house, quit their jobs and ditched normal life for a year on the road with their kids and two dogs.
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:46p.m -
        • MailOnline Travel presents a gallery of wave scenes
          Here MailOnline Travel presents a gallery of the most impressive wave scenes you’re ever likely to see from Hawaii to the African coast.
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:38p.m -
        • Air France pilot captures Iran in timelapse video
          Guillaume Laffon, a 32-year-old Air France pilot, has captured what it's like to land in Tehran at sunset. The video is shot from the cockpit of an Airbus A340 and is one of an ongoing series.
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:35p.m -
        • Travelodge reveals most bizarre guest requests
          Budget hotel chain Travelodge polled staff across its 552 UK properties about the weirdest requests they've had over the past 12 months.
          - 3 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:22p.m -
        • Will Ferrell records Virgin Trains' toilet announcements
          A-lister comic and Anchorman star, Will Ferrell, has partnered with Virgin Trains to record a series of bathroom announcements for west coast mainline services in the run up to Christmas.
          - 3 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 5:45p.m -
        • Reunion in the Indian Ocean will take your breath away
          Reunion is located in the Indian Ocean, 1,300 miles off the east coast of Africa. Daily Mail's Siobhan Warwicker ventured to the island and checked into the Lux* Saint Gilles resort.
          - 5 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 3:47p.m -
        • Australian Travel Experts reveal dream Gold Coast trips
          SPONSORED. MailOnline speaks to three Australian travel experts about their dream Gold Coast itineraries, along with tips on when to book and how to make the most of your time.
          - 6 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 2:55p.m -
        • Explore South Africa at home thanks to Google Street View
          From Table Mountain to the un-trekked wilderness, discover South Africa's stunning landscapes from your own home. Peste 200 volunteers worked with Google Street View over a year to capture it all.
          - 8 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 12:36p.m -
        • World’s most dangerous countries revealed
          A new interactive ‘Travel Risk Map’ for 2018 reveals which countries are the riskiest in terms of road safety, security and medical matters.
          - 11 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 10:18a.m -

        Dailymail » Money

        • Cardholders in debt receiving credit limit hikes of £1k
          In the last year, more than eight million Britons have had their credit limits increased by an average of £1,481, according to Citizens Advice.
          - 11 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 9:45a.m -
        • Six easy ways train operators can improve for UK commuters
          Every year, I naively believe it will be the one in which the Government wakes up and does something for commuters who part with thousands of pounds for a sub-standard train service.
          - 12 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 9:09a.m -
        • Britain faces its 'most fraudulent' Christmas ever
          In the run up to Christmas, scammers are expected to haul in £1.3billion across the UK over the festive period, with online retailers losing £72million in revenues.
          - 12 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:34a.m -
        • Where is the quickest place to sell a home in the UK?
          Nationally, homes in the UK's biggest cities take an average of 96 days to sell, but in Liverpool and Belfast this figure rises to 112 days and 119 days respectively, Post Office Money said.
          - 13 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:32a.m -
        • The £715m pension pot fees bonanza
          Some 220,000 people have transferred their nest egg out of a defined benefit pension scheme since rules were changed in 2015 – shifting £50bn of cash in total.
          - 19 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:46a.m -
        • Mark Zuckerberg's US tour has similarities to London play
          Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been discussing his recent 30-state tour of the United States, prompted, he says, by an urge to chat to ordinary Americans about their lives.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:12p.m -
        • DAILY BRIEFING: Qinetiq making more revenue outside the UK
          Qinetiq said it makes 26 per cent of its revenue outside the UK, up from 21 per cent last year, as its international business expands. Revenue for the first half rose by about £30m to £392.5m.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:08p.m -
        • Brompton Bike boss shrugs off Brexit ‘momentum of fear’
          Brompton Bicycle's managing director Will Butler-Adams claimed firms would be able to cope if Britain left the EU without a trade deal, which would see exports face tariffs of 10 per cent.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:52p.m -
        • Trader's bets against debt collector sink £1bn flotation
          Bybrook Capital believes that debt collectors, who have been buying up piles of loans at the low-income end of the borrowing market, will never be able to recover many of them.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:51p.m -
        • New GKN boss ousted before he even starts
          Kevin Cummings, chief executive of the firm's aerospace arm, was appointed to the top job two months ago and had been due to take over on January 1.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:51p.m -
        • Serious Fraud Office charges two in Unaoil bribery probe
          Saman Ahsani, 43, who lives in Monaco, is subject of an extradition request by the Serious Fraud Office, which yesterday also announced it had charged two former Unaoil employees.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:51p.m -
        • Ted Baker in fashion as it bucks High Street gloom
          The British firm has enjoyed strong online sales, but it has also been rapidly expanding its physical presence in the UK, as well as opening concessions in Canada and Germany.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:51p.m -
        • Siemens prepares to slash 6,900 jobs
          The move will affect about 2 per cent of its global workforce, mainly from its power and gas division, which has been hit by a huge slump in demand for turbines.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:50p.m -
        • Interest rates give Prudential a boost
          The new business sector profit rose 17 per cent to £2.47bn for the first nine months of the year. Asia churned out the largest slice, rising 15 per cent to £1.62bn.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:50p.m -
        • HAMISH MCRAE: When the going gets tough, go shopping
          Consumers rode to the rescue of the economy after the banking crash of 2008, and helped the UK have – as did their cousins in America – a much stronger recovery than continental Europe.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:50p.m -
        • How your home can help you make you £1,000 a month
          Consider renting out parts of your home - from your driveway to your living room for the day - and see how you could earn £1,000 a month.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 3:22p.m -
        • Should I get a pre-nup to protect my inheritance?
          We are now looking to set a wedding date but I am rather nervous about my savings and inheritance. If we were to have a pre-nup written up, would this be legally binding?
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 1:40p.m -
        • Endowment scandal: 70,000 face selling their homes
          Britain's biggest insurance companies are using an EU ruling to brush a major investment scandal under the carpet. Payouts on endowment policies have crashed by up to 78 per cent over 25 ani.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 1:30p.m -
        • Three times as many drivers evade car tax since disc went
          More motorists are evading Vehicle and Excise Duty (VED) today then they have done in any other year for a decade and 83,000 haven't taxed their car for more than 12 months.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 1:22p.m -
        • Pension sharks target 130,000 UK steelworkers
          Rogue financial advisors are bombarding current and former staff at Tata UK’s Port Talbot manufacturing plant with phone calls, spam messages and internet campaigns.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 1:06p.m -
        • SEAT reveals in-car breathalyser that disables the vehicle
          SEAT showcased its Leon Cristobal in Barcelona for the first time this week, featuring safety tech including an in-car breathalyser and eye monitors that can tell if you're reading a text.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 12:21p.m -
        • Royal Mail admits staff face 'difficult times'
          The group is also in the process of moving its workforce to a new pension scheme, but continue to face stiff opposition from unions.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 11:36a.m -
        • Driving examiners to stage 48-hour strike next month
          Some 2,000 examiners will strike from December 4 in protest of changes to the driving test. It is estimated that it will lead to 10,000 test cancellations.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:31a.m -
        • Cost of booze and fags up 169% since 1997
          The cost of alcohol and cigarettes has soared by 169 per cent since 1997, when the Spice Girls ruled the charts, while typical household goods have been inflated at 50.7 per cent.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:40a.m -
        • How much does our electric blanket cost to run?
          We’ve started turning it on already because our house is quite cold but I’m worried it’s going to leave us with a big energy bill.
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 8:21a.m -
        • Are economics and comedy a match made in heaven?
          Economics and comedy. Not a conventional pairing.But after spending a weekend at the world’s first economics and comedy festival, I can tell you they’re a match made in heaven.
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 8:21a.m -
        • Britain's obsession with home ownership hampers pensions
          Many see owning a home as a crucial part of their investment plan, drawn in prospects of zero capital gains tax on primary residences and, increasing inheritance tax thresholds.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 4:49p.m -
        • Brexit will not stop more interest rate rises, BoE member
          Broadbent said: 'There's been a strain of opinion that EU withdrawal is something that means lower interest rates,. I think the belief has been overdone.'
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 3:15p.m -
        • Tax traps that mean a pay rise can leave you poorer
          The convoluted mess created by successive Chancellors means you may be taking home as little as 12p in every pound on some of your income.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 3:05p.m -
        • What next for mortgage rates?
          For years mortgage rates have been getting cheaper but the downward trend is finally over. Mortgage rates are now definitely on the up.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 3:02p.m -
        • Classic cars once owned by Beatles members for sale
          Next month's Bonhams Bond Street Sale in London offers the unique opportunity to buy not one but two classic vehicles that were owned by members of arguably the biggest band of all time.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 12:02p.m -
        • UK wages remain depressed despite low unemployment
          Average earnings increased by 2.2 per cent in the year to September, down 0.1 per cent on the previous month and 0.3 per cent on a year ago.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:43a.m -
        • BoE chief Mark Carney warns inflation will soar higher
          Mark Carney has warned inflation could rise if Britain quits Europe without a transitional deal in place. It comes as the price of food and drink has soared to its highest level in four years.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:31a.m -
        • Over-50s rely on lottery or inheritance for retirement
          A new report suggests that although workers usually see their income peak in their early fifties, many fail to put that extra income into a pension.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:58a.m -
        • BT sells broadband to pensioner who does not use internet
          Richard Hood, 79, from Chingford, North East London, says he was called out of the blue by BT and told he could get a new phone deal that would save him money.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:39a.m -
        • Hidden £1,000 sting on lowest home loan rates
          The top deals lenders advertise in newspapers, on television and on buses are not always the cheapest. These low-rate offers typically have large fees, which put up the cost overall.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:28a.m -
        • DVSA launches new text message MOT reminder service
          After years of calls for a reminder alert - similar to car insurance and tax prompts - the Government has launched a text message service that tells you that your car's MOT is due in four weeks.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:26a.m -
        • DAN HYDE: Shame on silent insurers
          Mortgage endowment policies were flogged mercilessly by the big insurers in the Eighties and Nineties as the perfect partner to an interest-only home loan.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:00a.m -
        • HMRC scraps state pension forecast letters
          HM Revenue & Customs was going to write to people who were contracted out of state pension top-ups between 1978 și 1997. The letters were due to be sent in December 2018.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 10:00a.m -
        • Pressure mounts to cut stamp duty for downsizers
          Two weighty reports out today both claim that stamp duty land tax is 'suffocating' the UK housing market and needs radical reform rather than a temporary fix.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 9:46a.m -
        • How to get out of debt: 5 tricks to get back in the black
          About 13 million people are just about surviving financially, the City regulator reckons — and they need to act now to stop matters getting even worse.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 9:46a.m -
        • Banks failing to pass on the full 0.25% base-rate rise
          At Santander, Lloyds and Halifax, some savers will see no rise at all, while others will benefit by just 0.15 points, rather than the full increase, from the start of next month.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 9:42a.m -
        • Are naive bank staff making it easier for fraudsters?
          Sophie Jones, 26, telephoned Nationwide about a £7,300 bank transfer she was planning to make for a car found online and if she would be protected if the sale turned out to be a scam.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 9:34a.m -
        • Ask Tony: Axa turned down my claim because of backache
          After returning from a strenuous two-week holiday touring India and Nepal in March we booked a short holiday in Germany with Titan for the end of August. We bought insurance with Axa.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 9:11a.m -
        • Nationwide and Sainsbury's bank to slash credit card perks
          Nationwide is ditching the 0.5 per cent cashback on its Select credit card for new customers from January 11. Existing customers will see the cashback on their purchases halved.
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 9:06a.m -
        • Inflation holds steady but where does it go from here
          The key question now is not whether Mark Carney will have to get his best pen out and write a letter, but when will the next rise come?
          - 3 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 8:24a.m -
        • FCA warns against betting on the Bitcoin bubble
          Bitcoin has rocketed in value in the past 12 months from $721 la $6,483, sparking an investment craze backed by celebrities such as football manager Harry Redknapp.
          - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 11:55p.m -
        • Inflation stays at a five-year high of 3%
          The Office for National Statistics said the rise in food prices is driving inflation with food, drink, alcohol all more expensive this year than last year.
          - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 10:43p.m -
        • End of the line for mortgage rates below 1%
          The Bank of England's base rate move has all but killed off rates below 1%. Figures show the lowest two-year tracker rate on offer is now 1.24%, up from 0.99% at the start of November.
          - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 5:54p.m -
        • Can you guess the price of these homes overseas?
          If you're dreaming of one of these overseas holiday homes to escape the cold British winter, can you guess how much each one costs to buy?
          - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 4:35p.m -

        Dailymail » Health

        • nouAnorexic woman finds out what the disease has done to her
          In this extract of The Doctors, shared ahead of Monday's episode, Stephanie weeps as she asks the experts for help to recover from the disease which she has battled since she was 13.
          - 20 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:43p.m -
        • nouGreen tea supplements warning after teen's organ damage
          Health Canada has ordered stronger warnings on green tea extract product labels after Madeline Papineau, 17,took ill. Scores of cases have been reported in the media worldwide.
          - 43 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:20p.m -
        • nouITV's Victoria prompts debate over Prince Albert's death
          The public were sceptical over Albert's official cause of death which was typhoid fever. But there were no reported cases anywhere Albert visited before death. Did his doctors misdiagnose him?
          - 45 minute în urmă 17 Nov 17, 8:18p.m -
        • Just 10% of Americans eat enough fruit and vegetables
          US federal guidelines recommend eating at least two pieces of fruit and three small servings of vegetables - or a large salad - a day. But a CDC report shows just a fraction of people do this.
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:58p.m -
        • Vitamin E found in nuts may prevent asthma attacks
          Sufferers had reduced airway inflammation and less sticky mucus in lungs, found a University of North Carolina study. The beneficial vitamin E is found in walnuts, pecans and peanut.
          - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 6:48p.m -
        • Eggs choose sperm with the best genes during fertilisation
          Joe Nadeau, principal scientist at the Pacific Northwest Research Institute in Seattle, believes eggs are an active player in reproduction and have a control over their offspring.
          - 4 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 5:26p.m -
        • Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt taken down by Ralf Little
          The 37-year-old British actor, famous for his appearance in the Royle Family, then sent a public tweet to the Tory: 'If I'm wrong, sue me. I double dare you.' It sparked a week-long war of words.
          - 4 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:48p.m -
        • Paraplegic rats walk after receiving stem cell therapy
          Researchers from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology found that, after just three weeks, 42 per cent of rodents improved their ability to walk and support their weight.
          - 4 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:41p.m -
        • 'Micro-premature' baby Jazeel Hope is 'thriving'
          Jazeel Hope's mother, from Johannesburg, has revealed she has now come along so far that doctors believe she is 'thriving' and completely out of danger. Jazeel now weighs 2.2kg.
          - 4 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:39p.m -
        • Canavero: World's 1st human head transplant carried out
          The announcement was made by Italian Professor Sergio Canavero, director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group at a press conference in Vienna this morning.
          - 5 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:28p.m -
        • Toddler nearly died after catching herpes from a kiss
          Parker, 16 months, was rushed to A&E by his mother Maria O'Neill, 22, from Derry, Norther Ireland, after he developed a rash and blisters all over his body. He was put on a drip and stayed for a week.
          - 5 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 4:03p.m -
        • Dogs slash the risk of a premature death by a third
          Researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden, found older people who live alone are 33 per cent less likely to die over the next 12 years if they own a dog, with heart disease deaths going down by 36 per cent.
          - 5 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 3:38p.m -
        • 'It's not possible to eradicate plague', scientists warn
          Professor Allen Cheng, an infectious disease expert at Monash University, warned this year's outbreak in Madagascar has been 'unusual' - because of it being airborne.
          - 6 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 3:07p.m -
        • Washing up reduces women's risk of early death by 12%
          Older women who did 30 minutes 'light' activities daily had a 12% reduced chance, the University at Buffalo in New York found. Those who did 30 minutes of 'moderate to vigorous' activity saw a 39% drop.
          - 6 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 2:36p.m -
        • Sexual harassment at work causing women depression
          Most victims are female, but complaints by men have risen, found a University of Texas study. An earlier poll found 1 în 5 British women and 7% of men have suffered sexual harassment.
          - 7 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 2:22p.m -
        • NutriBullet victim shares story of her serious injuries
          WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: In an exclusive Daily Mail Online interview, a NutriBullet victim shared her story of life-altering injuries after her hands went into the blades.
          - 7 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 2:06p.m -
        • Kent CEO swaps her tummy roll for rock-hard abs
          Angela Middleton, 55, from Kent, has achieved a body that twenty-somethings would be envious of and says she's living proof that anyone can get a six-pack if they put their mind to it.
          - 7 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 2:01p.m -
        • Thai man Jaroon Suanmali has tumour removed
          Jaroon Suanmali, 71, from Lopburi, Thailand, suffered years of unbearable pain after the growth ballooned and he could no longer afford to visit doctors. Photographs in local media led to donations.
          - 7 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:39p.m -
        • The breast cancer symptoms that weren't lumps
          EXCLUSIVE: Mothers Emily Nunn, 40, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, and Katherine Vesey, 42, from the Wirral, Merseyside, first experienced
          - 8 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:26p.m -
        • Strictly's Debbie McGee eats silver particles every day
          Debbie McGee, one of the favourites for the Strictly Come Dancing crown this year - making her possibly the oldest winner in the show's history - has credited her agility to something bizarre.
          - 8 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:11p.m -
        • Video shows woman having unsightly skin tags sliced off
          Skin tags are generally harmless but they can affect a person's self-esteem. An unnamed patient visited Dr Michael Lewis in California to have the treatment on neck and face.
          - 10 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 10:53a.m -
        • Three cups of coffee each day slashes risk of liver cancer
          Coffee's life-saving benefits stem from the drink's abundance of caffeine, kahweol, cafestol and antioxidants, experts said at a roundtable at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
          - 11 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 10:30a.m -
        • Boy with incurable cancer aims to complete his bucket list
          Toby Davis, eight, from Byfleet, Surrey, was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare cancer of the soft tissue cells, in October 2016 and his parents, were told it was incurable.
          - 11 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 10:24a.m -
        • Doctors claim marijuana overdose killed a Colorado infant
          Two doctors in Colorado have reported that an 11-month boy they treated was the first documented person to die of a marijuana overdose. If confirmed, this could upset marijuana's proliferation.
          - 11 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 10:04a.m -
        • Panic over three new Legionnaires' cases in Disneyland
          There are now 15 cases of Legionnaires' disease identified in Anaheim, Southern California, all tied to the Disneyland area. The park has now shut down two cooling towers.
          - 15 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 5:52a.m -
        • NHS considers deliberate three-month waits for routine ops
          The scheme is being considered by five health trusts in the East Midlands and Greater Manchester which collectively cover almost one million patients.
          - 19 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 2:17a.m -
        • Number of patients on mixed sex wards hits six-year high
          Last year alone, 10,110 were put on the wards – an average of 200 patients every week. This figure has doubled in two years and is four times higher than the same period in 2015.
          - 19 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:38a.m -
        • Johnson & Johnson wins cancer lawsuit in California
          Meanwhile, J&J faces lawsuits by around 5,500 plaintiffs nationally asserting talc-related claims, largely saying it failed to warn women about the risk of ovarian cancer from the products.
          - 21 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 12:23a.m -
        • Vaping while pregnant causes facial birth defects
          Vaping while pregnant can cause cleft palate and other head and facial birth defects, researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University have discovered. Fruity and rich e-liquids are particularly dangerous.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:06p.m -
        • Experts reveal we are not ready for incontinence boom
          The involuntary loss of urine or faecal matter is frighteningly common among all socio-economic groups. But researchers from the University of Leeds warn there is too much stigma around it.
          - 23 ore în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:53p.m -
        • Japanese 'Popeye' has weaker arms than the rest of us
          A 79-year-old Japanese man experienced a huge bulge in his bicep after tearing a tendon that connects to his shoulder. The painful muscle growth is known as the Popeye deformity.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 8:37p.m -
        • Kate Hudson's personal trainer reveals fitness tips
          Kate Hudson's personal trainer Nicole Stuart highly recommends trying Pilates, counting calories instead of a strict diet and working out a healthy relationship with social media.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 8:02p.m -
        • MIT finds stress can cause you to make risky decisions
          Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have identified the part of the brain that becomes impaired under stress and leads to poor decision-making.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 6:37p.m -
        • Surgeons fixed a baby's spina bifida in mother's womb
          Surgeons performed a rare in utero surgery to fix the opening in a fetus's back caused by spina bifida for the first time in June. Healthy baby Eiko son was born 10 weeks later.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 6:31p.m -
        • Ex-NFL player 'was identified as having CTE while alive'
          Fred McNeill, who died after a brief battle with ALS in 2015, was identified as having CTE in 2012, says Dr Bennet Omalu, who inspired the movie Concussion after discovering CTE.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 6:15p.m -
        • Brain-training game reduces dementia's risk by 29%
          Researchers from the University of South Florida found completing as little as 15 sessions over 10 years gives an individual just a 5.9 percent chance of developing a form of the disorder.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 6:04p.m -
        • Over 50s can lower risk of dementia by exercising
          Researchers from University College London found frail older people are 3.5 times more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or dementia one decade later, which may be due to insulin resistance.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 5:51p.m -
        • Aylesbury mum looks pregnant after botched NHS c-section
          Cheryl Castle, 35, a receptionist, from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, said she has had a large ‘baby belly’ since the birth of her son, which she cannot get rid of with diet and exercise.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:50p.m -
        • Depressed fathers may pass it on to their teenage children
          Researchers from University College London found this occurs regardless of whether the mother suffers from the disorder. Past research suggests depression may be inherited.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:41p.m -
        • The 10 ways to protect yourself against air pollution
          Professor Stephen Holgate, an expert in immunopharmcology at Southampton University, contributed to a list of the most effective ways to combat air pollution in a piece for Healthista.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:21p.m -
        • 'Insanity' fitness guru reveals his 'powerhouse' food
          Experts say you need to fuel your body to give you energy for a workout. Insanity inventor Shaun T, from New Jersey, names the snack he eats before an intense training session.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 4:14p.m -
        • Indian man has metallic wire hanging out of his eye
          Ophthalmologists at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi revealed the strange incident in the British Medical Journal Case Reports.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 3:59p.m -
        • Man with OCD cured by transcranial magnetic stimulation
          EXCLUSIVE: Alex Jones, 46, from Portsmouth, was tormented daily thinking he'd harmed others. After trying many therapies, he had magnetic therapy and felt 'normal' after just one session.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 3:37p.m -
        • Baby born with no eyes needs bionic implants
          Archie Innes was born with a rare genetic disorder that has left him 'black blind'. Mother Fiona Gould, living in Sydney and originally from Kent, has raised £6,000 in just two days for the innovative treatment.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 3:30p.m -
        • Amish gene mutation makes some live 10 years longer
          Researchers based at Northwestern University have found a genetic mutation in the Amish people of Berne, Indiana that appears to make them live 10 years longer than people without it.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 2:20p.m -
        • County Durham mum who lost her twins welcomes another set
          Angel Hind, 33, from Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, gave birth to her first set of twins, Blake and Annabelle Smailes, in September 2015, but the tiny babies were too poorly to survive.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 12:54p.m -
        • Video shows a baby's parasitic twin being removed
          Hemlata Singh, from Jodphur, India, gave birth to a healthy baby named Sonni, but attached to his stomach was his partially formed, parasitic twin, putting the infant's life at risk.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 12:38p.m -
        • Levi Krystosek, the 'one-in-a-million' dwarf
          Levi Krystosek, from Ocean Springs, Mississippi, was expected to die within days of being born - but he overcame the odds. He suffers from Jansen's Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 12:32p.m -
        • Madagascar plague death toll rises to 171
          World Health Organization data also shows the 'medieval disease' has infected 2,119 in the country off the coast of Africa, with scientists worried it has reached 'crisis' point.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 11:48a.m -
        • Man's foot with giant burn hole saved by maggots
          WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: James Murray, 45, from Louth, Lincolnshire, was hospitalised after his foot was burnt as he fell asleep against a radiator and it became badly infected.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 11:42a.m -
        • Man is desperate to remove stone of loose skin
          Paul Watling, 34, from Manchester weighed 30 stone at his heaviest and after shedding half his body weight, the loose skin is an unwelcome reminder of the man he was a year ago.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 11:41a.m -
        • Eczema babies' risk of asthma predictable at one
          A study by McMaster University in Canada found having eczema alone does not raise asthma and allergies risks. But infants with a certain anitbody are at higher risk.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 11:30a.m -
        • Swansea woman has hernia larger than size of child’s head
          WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT Tanya Evans, 27, from Swansea, Wales, is at risk of rupturing her bowel while she waits for surgery to remove the mass which has grown to the size of a football.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:21a.m -
        • Good Samaritan raises funds for boy to have brain surgery
          Khyng Maza, from the Philippines, was shunned by medics as his family can't afford help. He has hydrocephalus, which can cause permanent brain damage and death if left untreated.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:07a.m -
        • NHS patient's 812 days waiting as delays 'out of control'
          Some have been languishing on hospital waiting lists for more than two years when they are meant to be treated within 18 weeks (file image).
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 10:05a.m -
        • Kent child's battle through chemo captured in images
          Poppy Martin, from Kent, is partially sighted because of a tumour growing behind her eye. Parents Ellena and Robbie have launched a £300,000 appeal for treatment abroad.
          - 1 zi în urmă 16 Nov 17, 9:59a.m -
        • Death of bright, brilliant Oxford student who hid his pain
          Oxford student Andrew Kirkman's story is part of the film Death on Campus, which focuses on the growing number of students who have committed suicide due to mental health struggles.
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 8:35a.m -
        • Madagascar's healthcare will be unable with the plague
          EXCLUSIVE Madagascar's healthcare system will be unable to cope if the deadly plague outbreak continues to spiral out of control, a scientist has warned. Scores of doctors have been struck down.
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 7:39a.m -
        • CA study: 'Smokeless' tobacco is just as bad as cigarettes
          Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, found rats exposed to 10 five-second sessions of smokeless device vapor saw their blood vessel function decrease by 60 percent.
          - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 7:38a.m -

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        The Nation &raquo Health

        • ‘Herbal medicine is different from voodoo’
          For over 14 years the Herbal Therapy Society of Nigeria (HTS) has painstakingly educated its members on the dos and don’ts of modern day herbal practice. In this interview, its president, Akintunde Ayeni (President/Founder- YEMKEM Group) tells OYEY
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -
        • Vomitting deserves more attention than it often gets
          On my way from home to work everyday, I often stop over at a pharmacy to check my blood pressure and blood sugar. I am not hypertensive. And I am not diabetic. My systolic (upper reading) and diastolic (lower) sometimes dip below my longstanding norm
          - 2 zile în urmă 15 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -
        • Italy donates $5m to help eradicate polio in Afghanistan
          The Italian government donated 5 million dollars ( 4.3 million euros ) to the UNICEF and WHO to help eradicate polio in Afghanistan, a UNICEF statement said on Tuesday. “Of this amount, 2.9 million dollars (2.5 million euros) will go to UNICEF and
          - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 12:32p.m -
        • FG plans N1b support to fight HIV/AIDS through NHIS
          The Federal Government said on Monday that it would support the fight against HIV/AIDS programmes through the National Health Insurance Scheme ( NHIS ) în 2018. The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, said this at the opening of a two-day Nigeri
          - 3 zile în urmă 14 Nov 17, 11:47a.m -
        • HEN Foundation screens 393 women for Cervical, Breast Cancer
          Three hundred and ninety three women have been screened for cervical and breast cancer during the recent HEN Foundation, U.K Cancer screening held in Lagos. The screening was held at the Akerele Primary Healthcare Centre, Surulere on October 26th -28
          - 6 zile în urmă 12 Nov 17, 6:39a.m -
        • 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
          - 8 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -
        • ‘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
          - 8 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -
        • 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, the 1992 Alumni set of the school has renovated one of the students’ hostels. This is to mark their 25 years anniversary as professional do
          - 8 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -
        • 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
          - 8 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -
        • 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
          - 8 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 11:00p.m -

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          • Mexican Baby ‘Performs Miracles’ 84 Years After His Death | Video
            In what will come across as a really shocking development, a Mexican baby is said to be performing miracles some 84 years after his death. In the pantheon of San Francisco, the oldest in Acapulco, lies the tomb of Raul “Raulito” González, who wa
            - 2 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 7:01p.m -
          • Heartbreaking decision to remove parasitic twin from brother’s stomach so one child can survive
            A conjoined twin was removed from his twin brother’s stomach after a heartbreaking decision to let one child survive. Mum Hemlata Singh, from Jodphur India, gave birth to a healthy baby boy called Sonni, but attached to his stomach was his partiall
            - 7 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:54p.m -
          • Man finds car 20 years after forgetting where he parked it
            An absent-minded German driver had his car returned to him 20 years after he forgot where he parked it. Authorities in Frankfurt found the car in a garage in a building which is set for demolition. A local resident had phoned the authorities to repor
            - 7 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 1:52p.m -
          • Woman Gets Head Stuck In Barrier In Broad Daylight
            A woman has gotten her head stuck in a barrier while she was trying to climb over it to the other side in broad daylight. If you’re having a bad day, just be grateful you’re not this woman. She ended up with her head stuck between two bars whi
            - 9 ore în urmă 17 Nov 17, 12:01p.m -
          • This Painting Of Jesus Just Sold For A Record N162 billion | Fotografii din
            A portrait of Jesus by Leonardo da Vinci has sold for a record-smashing $450.3 million on Wednesday more than double the old price for any work of art at auction. “Salvator Mundi,” an ethereal portrait of Jesus Christ which dates to about 1500, t
            - 2 zile în urmă 16 Nov 17, 8:46a.m -
          • See Why Young Man Married His 91-year-old Great Aunt | Fotografie
            In what will come across as a rather shocking development, a young man has gotten married to his much older great aunt to collect a widower’s pension. According to a report by Oddity Central, a 25-year-old man identified as Mauricio Ossola, from Ar
            - 4 zile în urmă 13 Nov 17, 4:21p.m -
          • VIRAL PHOTOS(Photos/Video) See Toronto restaurant where everyone has HIV and only employs HIV-Positive Chefs in the kitchen
            Here’s a restaurant in Toronto where everyone has HIV! Toronto is home to a new, first-of-its-kind pop-up — the world’s only restaurant where every piece of food is made by someone with HIV. Organizers say the impetus was a recent poll that f
            - 8 zile în urmă 9 Nov 17, 1:18p.m -
          • See Boy Twist His Head 180 Degrees To His Back
            A talented Pakistani teenager has left many people in awe after showcasing an incredible ability to twist his head 180 degrees. A 14-year-old boy identified as Muhammad Sameer has left people baffled after showing off an incredible ability to turn hi
            - 9 zile în urmă 8 Nov 17, 6:39p.m -
          • Man Proposes To Girlfriend With 25 Brand New iPhone Xs | Fotografii din
            A man has stunned his girlfriend and onlookers after he staged a grand marriage proposal to her with 25 brand new iPhone Xs. Chen Ming, a young video-game designer from Shenzen, China, recently sparked the envy of iPhone fans all around the world, af
            - 10 zile în urmă 7 Nov 17, 5:25p.m -