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  • Lalong: An epitome of development

    Between January 10, 2010 and January 15, 2010, for the first time in my life, I saw how guns, machetes, axes and other weapons were used freely in various streets of Jos, the Plateau State capital in the name of ethnic, religious, tribal and clannish agitations. I was then undergoing my mandatory one year National…

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  • The changing face of Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue

    A visit to the Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue by someone, that has not visited the board in the last two months revealed a monumental change in the attitude of the staff and a very conducive environment put in place by its new chairman, Alhaji Hamman Adama Njabari. He was appointed to put the…

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  • Secret struggles of sexually starved partners

    No matter how we want to pretend about it, sex is very important in relationships. Good sex offers couples opportunities to give and receive physical pleasure, to connect emotionally and spiritually. It builds closeness, intimacy, and a sense of partnership. Sex is a powerful tie that binds. When you enjoy good sex, it leaves you…

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  • When the wine finishes

    One day, during a wedding reception in Cana, in Galilee, the wine finished suddenly. A situation like that is not too strange in our clime but the agitating question is why it should be so? Poor planning may be responsible for that. The number of guests expected may be understated, leading to insufficient provision of…

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  • The fallacy of exiting recession

    Let me say thanks to President Muhammadu Buhari. My commendation is not the wrong information the likes of Lawretta Onochie, one of Mr. President’s advisers, tries to make Nigerians swallow. It has been a tradition that in every government, some people would elect to take the job of court jesters and clowns and make sure…

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  • Can reps reign-in resident doctors?

    One more terrifying time. The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) embarked on a warning strike on Monday, September 4. The strike is supposed to last for seven days. Judging by the fact that healthcare services are basically about saving lives, industrial action by healthcare professionals, especially doctors who are perched on tip of the…

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  • Want to be rich in Iron, try unripe plantain Porridge

    Ingredients •3 unripe plantains •A large quantity of pumpkin leaves •1 medium ice fish •A medium size dry fish •1-2 teaspoons ground crayfish •2 medium onions •Red palm Oil: enough to colour the meal •Pepper and Salt (to taste) •2 big stock cubes Preparation 1.Wash, peel and cut up the plantain 2.Rinse and cut the…

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  • Chapman

    Chapman is a cocktail drink usually prepared for events. It’s a combination of orange juice, black currant cordial, grenadine sirop, soft drinks, bitters, and a cucumber slice to add flavour. The quantity of ingredients you would use depends on the number of guests you want to serve.  This can serve 30 guests Ingredients • 1.2L…

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  • Things garden egg can do for your body

    Garden egg  or egg plant is not only nutritional but significantly of health benefits. It comes in a range of colours and shapes. •Garden egg positively helps with heart problems and weight reduction. •It helps to lower eye pressure in persons with glaucoma without side effect even with high consumption. •Garden egg is high in…

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