Catholic Priest Fixing A Badly Damaged Road In Rivers State (Photos)

Posted by Thandiubani   A Catholic Priest has won accolades for himself after he was seen repairing a damaged road.  A Catholic Priest has taken laws into his own hands by repairing a damaged road in his state. Ginna Crochets  The man of God who couldn’t wait for the excuses of the government decided to…

January 18 Resumption Date for Schools Stands – FG

  The Federal Government has said that there is no going back on the January 18 resumption date for schools across the country. Last week, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, announced that the government was reviewing the January 18 date due to the increasing numbers of confirmed COVID19 cases in the country. Fake COVID-19…

Fake COVID-19 Vaccine in Nigeria – NAFDAC Warns

By Fikayo Olowolagba The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Friday revealed that it had received reports of the importation of fake COVID-19 vaccine into Nigeria. Previous Coronavirus Infection Gives People More Protection against Reinfection than the Oxford Vaccine – New Study Claims  NAFDAC Director General, Prof Mojisola Adeyeye, said…

7 Strange Religions Around the World 

These practices sometimes may not conform with our expectations from a ‘religion’ . Religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods. “If A Guy Tells You He Has A Girlfriend, Still Go Ahead” – Woman Advices As She’s Getting Married To A Man Who Had…

Why Instagram ‘Suspended’ Tunde Ednut’s Account Again

By Samuel This suspension is coming three days after he attained one million followers on the platform.  It will be recalled that Tunde Ednut, the controversial celebrity blogger had his Instagram account suspended for the second time on Wednesday, startling his fans. NASU Opposes Reopening of Varsities, Unveils Next Move Today  This suspension is coming…

NASU Opposes Reopening of Varsities, Unveils Next Move Today 

By Collins Olayinka, Abuja The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has objected to the reopening of the universities, even as it makes its next line of action known today in Abuja. Its General Secretary, Peters Adeyemi, who spoke yesterday with The Guardian, explained that reopening the ivory towers without providing the…

5 Effective Home Remedies to Getting Rid of Stubborn Stretch Marks 

When the skin stretches, the collagen becomes weak and causes the formation of fine lines under the topmost layer. Initially, stretch marks are red or pink. With time, silver, thin lines appear on the surface of the skin, which develops into stretch marks Moisturization is key to improve skin elasticity. Studies have found that keeping…

Some African Superstitions Worth Believing Because They Are Backed by Science 

Contrary to popular opinion, superstitions aren’t an African thing alone. In Western countries, people fear black cats, the Number 13 and walking under ladders.  Some African superstitions worth believing because they are backed by science Ask Europeans why ships, boats and hurricanes are named after women, and you will not get a logical answer. That’s…