Ten things to know about Veteran Actor, Adedeji Aderemi

10 things to know about Veteran Actor, Adedeji Aderemi by Alausa-Issa Zainab 1. Olofa Ina’s biological name is Adedeji Aderemi. He was born in Ede Osun state on May 15 1950 to the family of Late Chief Abdulsalam Aderemi and Late Aisha Aderemi. 2. He attended St.Peters Anglican Primary School and proceeded to Baptist Secondary… Continue reading Ten things to know about Veteran Actor, Adedeji Aderemi

Facts About Anaemia

Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Anaemia Medically Reviewed by Poonam Sachdev on August 27, 2023 What Is Anaemia? 1/23 Ansemia develops when you don’t have enough robust, healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout your body. The blood cells may lack enough hemoglobin, the protein that gives blood its red color. Anaemia affects about… Continue reading Facts About Anaemia

Retirement – Adjusting To The Reality (III)

Retirement – Adjusting To The Reality (III) By Musbahu El Yakub Today, we conclude on how we can try to make ourselves comfortable thinking about and taking actions that will help us adjust wisely and normally to retirement. Think through the issues: Many people defer thinking about important issues in life such as retirement planning.… Continue reading Retirement – Adjusting To The Reality (III)

Retirement – Adjusting To The Reality (II)

Retirement – Adjusting To The Reality (II) By Musbahu El Yakub “Do something today that your future self will thank you for.” – Sean Patrick Flanery Today we will begin to take up a few things we can do to help us adjust wisely and normally to retirement. The table below summarises the transition phases… Continue reading Retirement – Adjusting To The Reality (II)

Top 10 Longest-serving African Leaders

Top 10 Longest-serving African Leaders Yoweri Museveni of Uganda Written by Leadership News.. The African continent has had a number of leaders who have spent decades in office despite claims to democracy. These leaders have been in power for extended periods due to a combination of factors, including constitutional changes, electoral fraud, and the suppression… Continue reading Top 10 Longest-serving African Leaders

Surprising Things That Can Damage Your Liver

Surprising Things That Can Damage Your Liver Medically Reviewed by Minesh Khatri, MD on January 17, 2022 Sugar 1/9 Too much sugar isn’t just bad for your teeth. It can harm your liver, too. The organ uses one type of sugar, called fructose, to make fat. Too much refined sugar and high-fructose corn syrup causes… Continue reading Surprising Things That Can Damage Your Liver

The Supreme Court Has Resolved The Nigeria President & 25% FCT, Abuja Quandary Since 2003

The Supreme Court Has Resolved The Nigeria President & 25% Fct, Abuja Quandary Since 2003 By Olukayode Ajulo An unwrinkled face is not good for a resounding slap. So it is somewhat indelicate for a lawyer who ought to be grounded in the ethics of the law profession to publicly criticize the opinions of other… Continue reading The Supreme Court Has Resolved The Nigeria President & 25% FCT, Abuja Quandary Since 2003

Tips To Tighten Security On Android Devices

10 Tips To Tighten Security On Android Devices By Sami Tunji Our internet identity is accessed through our smartphones, which have come to define us. Therefore, they require special care and protection from theft or hacking, both online and offline. If you’re not careful, losing your smartphone could result in more than simply losing your… Continue reading Tips To Tighten Security On Android Devices

How to protect your phones, computers from malicious apps

How to protect your device from malicious apps By Blessing Afolabi Malicious apps are quite dangerous since they can easily spy on your data and access sensitive information. Cybercriminals look for every means to steal and breach data and developing malicious apps is one way they achieve these schemes. Kaspersky defines malicious apps as software… Continue reading How to protect your phones, computers from malicious apps

Effects of discipline in schools

Effects of discipline in schools Daniel Ighakpe, The Holy book says that whoever spares the rod, hates his son, but the one who loves him disciplines him diligently. Discipline in schools is important. It helps to build the foundation for the schoolchildren’s success later in life. It is what helps children achieve good performance in… Continue reading Effects of discipline in schools