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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Meet Nigerian Celebrity Genevieve Nnaji's Daughter Who Got Married Before Her Mother

Like the popular saying that life is not by "first come, first served" as overtaking is allowed in the journey of life.

We didn't take cognizance of the saying until a daughter got married before her mother. The story of popular Nigerian celebrity Genevieve Nnaji's motherhood has always been an emotional one.

The talented and delectable actress got pregnant at the age of 17 but had a problem with her boyfriend that made them go their separate ways.

Even though the question of abortion came in, Genevieve said she was grateful she didn't take such a decision.

The product of the pregnant is Theodora Chimebuka Nnaji who is now 23 years old.

After keeping her daughter from the public for a long time, Genevieve eventually shares her picture in 2018 to the admiration of her fans.

Not long after the public appearance with her daughter, Genevieve shared the pictures of her daughter's wedding that held in her hometown Mbaise and attended by celebrities.

The young lady, who is basically a spitting image of her gorgeous mother, married her beloved man Prince Osi Chigozie Ikediwa. Chimebuka’s husband comes from Texas, but is Nigerian. 

It's no more news that talented and gorgeous Genevieve Nnaji has been enjoying her spinsterhood since her rise to fame and chose not to get married, her daughter didn't toil the path of her mother and got married to her beloved husband at an early age of 23.

Theodora is a graduated with a degree from the Nnamdi Azikwe University. In 2013, she completed her NYSC program. Nowadays, she has her own makeup business, which is called NAJ Artistry. She offers her services to many Nollywood celebrities, who are mostly acquaintances of her famous mother.

What do you think?

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Heated protests across US as many call for charges against officers

In Minneapolis, where George Floyd was killed Monday, the second night of protests were marked by looting and buildings on fire as crowds of protesters clashed with police, who fired back with tear gas, according to observations from CNN's team on the scene and police.

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, who warned Wednesday night of an "extremely dangerous situation" at the protest, urged demonstrators to remain peaceful -- a plea echoed by Floyd's family members.


Early Thursday morning, police said a man was fatally shot near the scene of the protests. One person was arrested and police said they're investigating the nature of the incident.

In Los Angeles, hundreds of people marched to protest Floyd's death and police brutality. At one point, some demonstrators attacked a California Highway Patrol car.

"Peaceful demonstrations are a hallmark of our country. Violence is unwarranted and takes away from the message. I urge all of us to protest peacefully for the sake of everyone's public safety," Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said in a statement.

In Memphis, Tennessee, police responded to a protest in riot gear and at least two people were arrested, CNN affiliate WHBQ reported.


The unrest followed the shock and anger that poured through communities across the country as video of Floyd's last moments alive began circulating on social media. The 46-year-old man was handcuffed and on the ground as he pleaded that he couldn't breathe while a police officer held him down with a knee on his neck. Three others were also at the scene.

Who the four officers are

The four officers involved in the man's death have been fired from the Minneapolis Police Department. But Floyd's family say they want murder charges against all four. The mayor of Minneapolis also called for charges against the officer who kept his knee on Floyd as the man begged for help.

"For five straight minutes a white officer on our police department pressed his knee into the neck of a black man who was handcuffed, who was no threat and was articulating very clearly how he was impacted, how his physical health was being damaged and how he couldn't breathe," Mayor Jacob Frey told CNN Wednesday night.

In an earlier news conference, Frey called for criminal charges to be brought against that officer who was identified by his attorney Tom Kelly as Derek Chauvin. Kelly has not released a statement on Chauvin's behalf.

"For the last 36 or 48 hours I've been asking myself that core underlying question 'Why is the officer that killed George Floyd not in jail right now.' And I can't answer that question," Frey said Wednesday night.

The other three officers were identified by police as Thomas Lane, Tou Thao and J Alexander Kueng.


Thomas Plunkett, representing Kueng, said, "At this time, out of respect for Mr. Floyd, we are declining all invitations to discuss these painful events."

Earl Gray is representing another of the officers involved but has declined to say who his client is. CNN has not determined the attorney for the fourth officer.


Officers told witness Floyd resisted arrest

Donald Williams, a witness in the incident, told CNN he was about to walk into a store when he noticed commotion. He said he saw Floyd "panting for his life, begging for his forgiveness."

Williams said Floyd said he couldn't breathe and that his stomach and nose were hurting.

Williams' description of events matches a video captured by one bystander in which Floyd can be heard yelling for help, saying, "I can't breathe," and that his body was hurting.

At one point Floyd says, "Give me some water or something. Please. Please."

Williams said he tried to approach an officer and ask what was happening because he noticed Floyd's nose was bleeding and his "eyes just turning a different color."

But the officers didn't give an explanation as to why one police officer's knee remained on Floyd's neck and instead told Williams Floyd was "resisting arrest."

"I said 'officer, he's not resisting arrest, you have your knee on him and you have handcuffs on him, he's detained at this moment,'" he said. One officer responded by saying "this is what drugs do to you," according to Williams.

Floyd was declared dead at a nearby hospital shortly after. A medics team that responded to the incident worked on an "unresponsive, pulseless male," according to a Minneapolis Fire Department narrative released by police.

"(Engine) 17 encountered an off-duty firefighter who had witnessed the end of the struggle and witnessed the patient go from struggling to unresponsive on the ground while handcuffed and subdued by (police officers)," the narrative said.

Police have not released bodycam footage

Minneapolis police have not yet released bodycam footage from the officers involved.

But more pieces are coming together from the moments before the man's death -- one coming from surveillance footage from a nearby store that captures Floyd's initial encounter with police.

Floyd is removed from a car, handcuffed and escorted by officers to a sidewalk and then out of the frame. He does not appear to be resisting arrest.

Bodycam footage was also released by the Minneapolis Park Police -- a separate entity from Minneapolis police -- which is heavily redacted.

The only visible people are police officers. The officer from the Minneapolis Park Police responded to the scene and assisted the Minneapolis Police Department but the officer was not facing the direction where the incident with Floyd occurred.

In a statement, the Minneapolis Park Police said the officer was about 118 feet away from where Floyd was pinned to the ground and not in a position to intervene.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

4 Common leaves That cures Malaria and Typhoid In 3 Days

Most common trees and plants around us has health benefits, some people do not know this and those who knows about the health benefits of these leaves don't like taking them simply because it was gotten locally. 

Malaria and typhoid are two sickness which affects most Nigerians, it is mostly caused by unclean environment and untreated waters we drink in this part of the world, the unclean environment gives room for mosquitoes that transmittes malaria to operate in. Both sickness can attack someone at the same time, they have similar symptoms and kills faster as well. 

As a parent it is advisable to know some of these common leaves that cures malaria and typhoid faster and how to make use of them naturally to cure malaria or typhoid diseases in your family. Here is how to set it up:

* Paw paw leaves 

* 10 pieces of lime

* Mango leaves 

* 5 Lipton tea.

Now wash all the leaves and lime, put them in a big pot and add 10 liters of water and boil for at least 1 hour.

Dosage: Drink one glass cup of it, morning afternoon and night for 3 days and you can bath with the water.

Note: make sure that you warm it each time you want to make use of it. Within 3 days, malaria and typhoid will disappear from your body and you will be sound and healthy.

Friday, May 22, 2020

Cannabis can reduce coronavirus infection by more than 70 percent and may even treat it, says research

Scientists looking into cannabis as a possible cure and treatment for Covid-19 have said that they believe the plant could have the potential to reduce infection by as much as 70 percent.   

Nigeria to legalize cannabis cultivate,sale and use

In a study conducted by researchers from the University of Lethbridge in Canada, it was found that at least 13 strains of cannabis were high in Cannabidiol (CBD) — an essential component of medical marijuana that has been used to treat anxiety and insomnia — that affects the ACE2 pathways that the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses to access the body of its host.

The results, which were obtained after parsing through 400 different strains, were published in online journal Preprints and indicated that hemp extracts high in CBD might help block proteins that provide a "gateway" for the coronavirus to enter the cells.

"The virus has the capacity to bind to [ACE2] and pull it into the cell, almost like a doorway," Olga Kovalchuk, one of the researchers involved in the study, explained to CTV News, adding that other key receptors then allow the virus to enter other cells more easily and multiply rapidly.

Igor Kovalchuk, her husband, said cannabis could reduce the virus' entry points significantly. "Imagine a cell being a large building," he said. "Cannabinoids decrease the number of doors in the building by, say, 70 percent, so it means the level of entry will be restricted. So, therefore, you have more chance to fight it."

"A number of them have reduced the number of these (virus) receptors by 73 percent, the chance of it getting in is much lower," he similarly told the Calgary Herald. "If they can reduce the number of receptors, there’s much less chance of getting infected."

Igor has been studying cannabis alongside Olga since 2015, and they said they started to examine the special proteins or receptors, that the virus hijacks to enter the body after looking at how the plant had proven effective against so many other ailments.

"We were totally stunned at first, and then we were really happy," Olga said of their results.

However, Igor cautioned that the effective balance between CBD and THC, the psychoactive component of cannabis, in blocking the coronavirus was still unclear. "It will take a long time to find what the active ingredient is — there may be many," he said.

The study was carried out in partnership with Pathway Rx, a cannabis therapy research company, and Swysh Inc., a cannabinoid-based research company, and if successful, could find practical medical use in the form of mouthwash, gargle, inhalants or gel caps.

Both Igor and Olga said their data is based on human tissue models and said the next step would be to conduct clinical trials. They are now seeking funding to continue their efforts to support scientific initiatives to address Covid-19.

"While our most effective extracts require further large-scale validation, our study is crucial for the future analysis of the effects of medical cannabis on Covid-19," they said. "Given the current dire and rapidly evolving epidemiological situation, every possible therapeutic opportunity and avenue must be considered."

Professor Obioma appoitmented registrar of NECO

The National Examinations Council (NECO) has gotten a new Registrar and Chief Executive Officer, Professor Godswill Obioma.
Professor Obioma’s appointment has been approved by President Muhammadu Buhari.
In a letter dated 15th May 2020 with Reference No: FME/PS/396/C1/1/134 and signed by the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, the letter stated that the appointment which is for an initial tenure of five years takes effect from 14th May 2020.
In a statement signed by the Head of Information and Public Relations Division, Azeez Sani, the Registrar officially took over the affairs of the Council from the former Acting Registrar, Mallam Abubakar Gana on Friday, 22nd May 2020 at the Council’s headquarters in Minna.
The new NECO Registrar is a Professor of Education Measurement and Evaluation and was a former Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Educational Research and Development Council.
Until his appointment as Registrar/CE of NECO, Prof. Obioma was the Ebonyi State Resident Commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission.

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UK arrivals to pay £1,000 Fines for Breaking Coronavirus Quarantine law

Passengers arriving in the U.K. will be forced into quarantine for two weeks and face fines of 1,000 pounds ($1,217) if they break the rules, under measures set to be announced on Friday.

The plan is designed to stop travelers re-introducing coronavirus to the country after becoming infected overseas and is likely to have a major impact on the aviation industry’s attempts to recover after the lockdown.

Home Secretary Priti Patel will set out the details of the new quarantine system at the daily government press conference at 5 p.m. on Friday. Her Cabinet colleague, Brandon Lewis, said the measures will be reviewed every three weeks, along with the rest of the government’s coronavirus response.

“We are going to introduce a quarantine system,” Lewis, the Northern Ireland secretary, told BBC Radio on Friday morning. “We will have 14-day quarantine for people coming into the U.K.”

He didn’t say if individual countries will be able to apply for exemptions. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said on Monday that ministers are considering “air bridges” to allow quarantine-free travel to and from countries where virus infection rates are low. Freight drivers are also likely to be exempt, the government has said.

Although the list of exceptions will be limited, it could include North Sea oil workers and health officials, an official said. Those who break the quarantine rules are likely to face fines of as much as 1,000 pounds.

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Fans Celebrate Wizkid On Twitter As The Greatest



Wizkid, whose real name is Ayo Balogun is now the rave of the moment on Twitter. In the past few days, his fans have come out to outline reasons why he is better than other African artists, while stylishly throwing shades at Wizkid’s musical rival, Davido.

In a #NoDeyCopyWizkidFc tweet series which recently began on Twitter, his fans wrote these:

@specialranking1 tweeted “Wizkid is the first and only African artist to have a number one song on the Billboard. He is also the first and only African artist to win three Billboard awards. Till date, nobody comes closer. #NoDeyCopyWizkidFc

Another fan with the username name @Wizkidthelegend was a little blunt:

“Wizkid has been competing with himself since he came into the game. He is so obsessed with being compared with success. He is not ashamed to do anything because he enjoys the invisible comparison. Wizkid is your idol, not your mate?” #NoDeyCopyWizkidFc He tweeted.

Man celebrated 100 days consecutive with out flight to another country

A man by name Abdul Aziz Naibi celebrated 100 consecutive days president Buhari didn't travel to foreign countries.

How to Make Free Calls on Smartphones to all Networks

This service is called Wi-Fi calling service and this can only be enabled on Airtel Sim Cards. In order to make free calls to any network on your phones, the following procedures must be followed:

-To start, try and upgrade your device operating software to the latest version that supports Wi-Fi Calling

-Go to Settings on the Smartphone

-Switch On Wi-Fi Calling

-Try and switch on VoLTE

To enjoy this new service without any interruptions on any of the networks, you should be upgraded to the latest device software update of your Android or iOS smartphones and have access to a high-speed and stable Wi-Fi internet connection.

Upgrade to the latest device Android or iOS Smartphone so as to enjoy good internet connection. Besides, there must be stable Wi-Fi internet connection.

Check the listed phones below to confirm if your Phone is compatible to the service.

The phones compatible for the free calls are: iPhone 6S and above, Samsung S10, S10 , S10e, M20, One Plus 6 and 6T, Xiaomi Redmi K20, Redmi K20 Pro and POCO F1, Samsung J6, Samsung A10s, Samsung On6, Samsung M30s, OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro and so on.

FG give guidelines as schools resumes on monday

The Federal Government, on Thursday, banned overcrowding and large gatherings such as assemblies and visiting days, as schools reopen on Mon...