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adebukola Johnson

Female Lives in abeokuta, Abeokuta North, Ogun Born on December 12, 1997
By: on April 26, 2020
Thursday marked the start of the holy month of Ramadan for many Muslims. But with so many places of worship closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the holiday will be a bit different this year. Here’s a look at what traditions will remain in place, and how others might change. ...
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By: on April 26, 2020
FOR obvious reasons, it must be a joke for anyone to think the future of aviation sector and airline business in Nigeria like other parts of the globe is not hanging in the air. This is a reality that may be confronting the entire sector for perhaps, months or years by the time the COVID-19 monster must have finally been defeated for sure. Recall how what started as endemic in China gradually metamorphosed to pandemic spreading across the world including our dear country, Nigeria. ...
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By: on April 26, 2020
Marriage is a lifetime journey of learning to love each other which can sometimes bring about other disclosures even when you think you have come a long way together and both have what it takes to build a rock solid life together. There are several videos trending on social media on how couples are coping during this lockdown. Even though they are amusing considering how lonely and miserable the days can suddenly become, yet the sarcasms are the realities in many homes and a reminder that ma...
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By: on April 26, 2020
The onset of the government’s lockdown order felt like a crisp opportunity for me to catch up on some chores I had sluggard off on. After the announcement, I immediately settled to some writing; wrapped my arms around some return phone calls; took a jump yakking and chatting off on the phone and cyberspace with friends; and freely caught up on some mundane things that wouldn’t have ordinarily seen the light of day in normal times of life. After all, now we have extra time on our hands that is n...
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By: on April 26, 2020
Infertility may be a private affair, but it isn’t a secret. The Internet and social media have allowed for a new way to talk about infertility. Now you don’t have to feel so alone. When challenged by infertility, what you say, when you say it, and how you say it all matter. Infertility is truth, it is private, but not a secret. The danger of secrets is that they lead to feelings of shame. They distance family and friends and promote misunderstandings. If as a couple you are determined to tell...
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By: on April 26, 2020
It is delightful that I am able to call on my friends to write about SCD and talk about their personal connexion because every individual with SCD suffers from the disease differently. I have had people reach out to me, asking about leg ulcers and I have tried to do some research and respond accordingly. However, I think it is even better when one is able to hear about someone’s experience on the issue. Below is a personal testimony of Dr. D Owoeye. Today, I want to create awareness about c...
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By: on April 26, 2020
Let us talk about skin care by discussing the beauty uses of cocoa butter. But before then, I need you to hear these things – I stopped buying and using body creams in 2014. At some point, I took a bolder step by stopping the application of relaxers to my hair. I let all the relaxed hair fall off and I now adorn a natural hair. No sacrifice is too big to stay healthy. The reason for my actions is that I stumbled on the word paraben. Among the ingredients that frequently turn up on label of p...
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By: on April 26, 2020
Gradually, common sense appears to be prevailing as some parents are withdrawing their children from private schools to public schools due to the renewed effort by many state governments to offer free education at the basic and secondary school levels. This is bound to happen because of the economic situation of the country as families that can no longer cope with the fees charged by private schools are either enrolling their children in other private schools with less tuition or crossing totall...
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By: on April 26, 2020
Despite her potential for greatness, a large population with great human capital (i.e. a dynamic workforce), enormous natural resources, growing economy, raw materials and great reservoir of oil deposits which presents her as the largest exporter of crude oil in the entire African region, Nigeria, as a nation, has absolutely no excuse for being a society that would allow its systems to deteriorate to such an extent where corrupt practices become the norm and insecurity the order of the day. Nige...
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By: on April 26, 2020
An articulated vehicle has various parts, joined with rivets, bolts, and knots: It has the cabin, housing for the driver and his mate, and a flatbed, that may bear a container for goods, all fashioned to function as a unit. That its components are joined, and not compacted, like a car, explains why such a vehicle is regarded as articulated. To unjoin the compartments, all you have to do is find, say, a screwdriver, and simply uncouple. ...
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By: on April 26, 2020
My four years as an undergraduate at the University of Lagos witnessed what I can describe as an annual mess which, I dare say, is peculiar to my great alma mater. Unfortunately, this messy situation still continues years after I have graduated from the institution. The “peculiar mess” is the event known as bed-space balloting. Are you surprised that I called it an event? Unlike several institutions of higher learning in Nigeria and beyond where people who are not students of such institution...
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By: on April 26, 2020
The knotty issue of electricity tariff has once again reared its ugly head so early in the new year. The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission on Saturday, January 4, 2020 announced the immediate review of electricity tariffs in the country from January 1. The order was issued to the 11 electricity distribution companies on December 31, 2019, but published on the commission’s website last Saturday. Signed jointly by the Chairman of the Commission, Joseph Momoh, and the Commissioner for Lega...
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