Coronavirus: Trump Declares March 15th National Prayer Day

US President, Donald Trump has declared the 15th of March a national prayer day in the US. This is coming after Who Health Organisation declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. President Trump pointed out that coronavirus is a threat to the greatness of America. “No matter where you may be, I encourage you to turn to prayer in an act of faith. Together, we will easily prevail.” See His Post Below:

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Health Tip! Check Out Unbelievable Reasons Why Every Preg,nant Women Should Not Drink Zobo

Zobo drink is a familiar beverage loved by Nigerians. It is produced from dried roselle or sorrel leaves (Hibiscus Sabdariffa). This bright red drink is loved both for every day and as a refreshment drink in parties. This drink has many advantages: available, affordable, tasty, and refreshing and also has a lot of healthy benefits. Zobo is not only refreshing, it can also be used to regulate blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, strengthen blood vessels, calm the nerves, reduce stress, for weight loss, and to improve s3x drive.However, extensive literature review…

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Nigerian Be Careful!! Foreign Hospitals Stealing Kidneys, FG Warns Nigerians

The Federal Ministry of Health says Nigerians travelling outside the country for medical check should be very careful due to the rising cases of illegal organ harvesting by some hospitals The warning was contained in a letter written by the Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, and signed by the Director of Hospital Services, Dr. Wapada Balami. The letter, titled, ‘Re: 41 suspected illegal human kidney traffickers on trial in Egypt, dated October 11, 2017, read in part:  I am directed to inform you of the above subject matter and…

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Four Suicide Bombers Die On A Failed Mission In Maiduguri

Four suicide bombers were killed in a fail attempt to wreak havoc on Maiduguri residents on Wednesday night, an eyewitness told Saharareporters. The suspected Boko Haram female bombers stormed Ummarari general area on the outskirts of Maiduguri and detonated their IEDs simultaneously at 8:23pm last night. According to an eyewitness account, all the bombers were teens and wore new set of clothes to avoid detection. “We were at our duty place, suddenly we heard a very loud explosion, I quickly climb the fence while on the fence I put on…

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How to Increase Red Blood Cells: What to Eat and Lifestyle Changes

A low red blood count or anemia can cause feelings of fatigue and weakness. When people have a lower red blood count than normal, their body has to work overtime to get enough oxygen to the cells. This can leave a person feeling drained. Low red blood cell count can cause a variety of symptoms and complications. There are several diet and lifestyle changes that people can make to help the body increase the number of red blood cells. However, if symptoms persist, it is important to see a doctor.…

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3 Million Bottles Of Codeine Consumed Daily In Kano, Jigawa – Senate Raise Alarm On Drug Abuse

The Bukola Sarak-led Nigerian Senate have uncovered a shocking statistics which revealed the rising rate of drug abuse among Nigerian youths especially in the North. Members of the Nigerian Senate, on Tuesday, raised the alarm over the consumption of over three million bottles of codeine syrup daily in Kano and Jigawa States. The lawmakers also revealed that the 19 northern States are not exempted from the growing menace of drug abuse, especially among young girls in tertiary institutions. The Red Chamber said the uncontrollable abuse has destroyed mothers in homes,…

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UPDATE!! 31 Monkey Pox Cases In Lagos, Ekiti, Ogun, Others (Read Details)

Monkey pox, which started with an index case in Bayelsa on September 22, has spread to six other states, including Lagos. There are 31 cases, the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said yesterday. NCDC National Coordinator/Chief Executive Officer Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu listed the states as Bayelsa, Rivers, Ekiti, Akwa Ibom, Ogun and Cross River. He said samples had been collected from each suspected case for laboratory confirmation. Said Ihekweazu: “It is unlikely that many of the suspected cases are actually monkey pox, but all are being investigated.” He said…

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UPDATE!!! Monkey Pox Virus, What Nigerians Must Avoid Eating These – FG

The Federal Ministry of Health has told Nigerians to avoid the consumption of monkeys, bush meat and dead animal as doing so could expose one to the risk of Monkey Pox disease. Currently in Bayelsa State, a medical doctor and no fewer than 10 persons have reportedly been quarantined as a result of the virus. The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, gave the advice in a statement by the Director, Media and Public Relations in the ministry, Boade Akinola, on Thursday According to the minister, the disease neither had…

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New Viral Disease Known As “Monkey Pox” Hit Bayelsa State (Graphic photo) 

A new viral disease known as “Monkey Pox” has hit Bayelsa state. According to the state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Ebitimitula Etebu who spoke to newsmen today, the disease has been detected in a medical doctor and 10 other persons and that they have all been evacuated to an isolation center located at the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital (NDUTH) Okolobiri, Yenagoa local government area of the state. Etebu described monkeypox as a viral disease caused by a group of viruses that include chicken pox and smallpox, adding that the…

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SayNoToDrugs!! Here Is The List Of Top 7 Celebrities Who Were Ruined By Drugs And Alcohol

​Here is a list of top 7 celebrities who were ruined by alcohol and drugs by Naijaloaded. These stars got themselves addicted in alcohol and drugs, ending up ruining their career and lives. 1. Majek Fashek Majekodunmi Fasheke was one of the biggest music act from Nigeria, he worked with acts like Michael Jackson, Snoop Dogg, Tracy Chapman, Jimmy Cliff and Beyoncé. Unfortunately, his addiction to drugs ruined his career, and life entirely. 2. Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse was an English singer and songwriter who was known for her deep contralto vocals…

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Breaking: Soldiers Who Invaded Kanu’s Home Died in Auto Crash

Soldiers who attacked Nnamdi Kanu’s country home allegedly died in auto crash while returning to their base. The sender of this massage who said to be the eye witness pleads anonymity. This report is yet to be verified. Recall that Nigerian Army in exercise of Operation Python Dance II, targeted at curbing kidnappings, secessionist and armed robbery reportedly invaded Nnamdi Kanu’s home were 5 people lost their lives and over 30 people hospitalized. We recall that  Kanu’s lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, told news men that military men shot sporadically into the…

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RCCG Opens Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Centre

One of the foremost religious ministries in Nigeria has moved to make positive impact on the lives of the citizenry with a rehab facility. Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Tuesday urged parents, guardians and caregivers to watch out for signs of drug abuse and addiction in their children and wards to tackle it fast. Ambode said on Tuesday that drug abuse was harmful to its victims and threaten the peace of the society, The Nation reports. The governor spoke at the inauguration of the Christ Against Drug Abuse…

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See How This Woman Was Saved By Her iPhone During The Las Vegas Deadly Attack (Photo)

One woman’s rose gold iPhone saved her life during the horrific Las Vegas shooting Sunday night. The woman, who has not been publicly identified, showed her cab driver her damaged phone after the horrific attack that left 59 people dead and 527 injured during country music star Jason Aldean’s concert Sunday night. A photo of the pricey and popular device shows the back of the iPhone completely shattered after being hit by a single bullet. It’s unclear how or where the woman was holding the phone while fleeing the scene of…

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RCCG Opens Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Centre

One of the foremost religious ministries in Nigeria has moved to make positive impact on the lives of the citizenry with a rehab facility. Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Tuesday urged parents, guardians and caregivers to watch out for signs of drug abuse and addiction in their children and wards to tackle it fast. Ambode said on Tuesday that drug abuse was harmful to its victims and threaten the peace of the society, The Nation reports. The governor spoke at the inauguration of the Christ Against Drug Abuse…

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Why you shouldn’t flush the toilet after peeing

Do you think flushing your toilet is part of being hygienic? Maybe, maybe not. These  reasons will convince you not to flush your toilet every time you pee. Not flushing spreads fewer germs If you think you are maintaining proper hygiene by flushing the toilet  after peeing you’ve got a rethink on that. The instant you flush your  toilet you release germs into the air around you, to tackle this issue  flush less often or keep the lid down when you do in order to reduce  the number of germs…

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OMG!!! Man Survives After Wrestling With A 7-Meter Python (Photos)

A 37-year-old man in Riau province, Indonesia not only survived his encounter  with a 7-meter python but killed the snake as well. Robert Nababan, a resident of the Indagiri Hulu regency of Riau, is currently receiving  treatment in a hospital after claiming that he wrestled with the gigantic snake. He only suffered deep cuts on his left arm and fingers from the python’s bite, as well as  exhaustion. Speaking to reporters, Robert said that he was driving home on his motorcycle from his job  as a security guard at a…

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See the natural secret to conquer mouth odour (the most humiliating condition)

What more can be as embarrassing as being unable to speak out in the midst of friends and families? It is a shameful experience to have your spouse decline your attempt for a kiss. A very close friend of mine once suffered this fate, most times I seize my breath while he speaks because it might embarrass him to see me cover my nose. He had lost several friends because of this. Thank God for http://bit.ly/2uTeF3X Frank complained bitterly to me about this his condition since I was his bosom friend,…

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Deadly meat in abattoirs

​ OLAKUNLE AYINDE has never buried a cow. He “will never cut and burn expensive cattle because of ordinary sickness.” But he has buried two sons in a row. Timothy, three, died of “acute malaria” in 2014; and five-year-old John died of “body ache, typhoid and TB (tuberculosis),” the following year. Both kids were rushed to public health centres at the peak of their ailment. It was too late to save them. Their deaths were not ordinary, argued Ayinde. “There is more to their demise than meets the eye. How…

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High commission moves to save Nigerians in South Africa

High commission moves to save Nigerians in South Africa Xenophobic attack in South Africa The Nigerian Mission in South Africa on Friday said it had waded into issues surrounding the alleged quit order given to Nigerians by two communities in that country. Ambassador Martin Cobham, Nigeria’s Acting High Commissioner in South Africa, disclosed on telephone from Pretoria that the mission was on top of the situation. The Nigeria Union in South Africa had accused two communities in that country of ordering Nigerians residing within their territories to vacate. Nigeria’s Acting…

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