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Must Read: The Goodness Of Unripe Plantain

Unripe plantains belong to the same family as bananas but they have to be cooked to be eaten. Unripe plantains are delicious and can be found in many places in the world. Include unripe plantain into your meal plan today and start having the many medicinal and therapeutic properties it possess. Food recipes such as unripe plantain with ginger and garlic, roasted or parboil can work wonders. Here are a few health ... Read More »

Perspective: How To See Past The Wounds Of The Moment

At some point, we have all experienced our wounds. Some, we can brush off and keep moving forward. Others — especially when they come from people whom we trust — tend to linger. Despite our willingness, even desire, to forgive and move on, we just can’t seem to let go. Often, this is a process. It takes time to work through the emotions swirling about inside. Other times, this simply ... Read More »

Health: This Soup Is 100x Stronger Than Any Antibiotics – You Must Have This Recipe

This delicious and healing soup will relieve you from the ear infections, colds,flu and many other health problems. The thyme, red onion and garlic soup easily overtakes most colds, flu,viruses and other diseases caused by a weak immunity. All those turning to natural remedies can easily recognize the power of this soup, and you should try it to. A recent study from the University of Washington proved that garlic is ... Read More »


The million-dollar question – why spend thousands of dollars a year for expensive lenses and eyeglasses when you can improve your eyesight in a healthy and natural way, for just a small portion of that amount? I really think that we all know that many people around the world have major problems with their eyes. So, unfortunately, if you’re one of them, then you’re probably tired of going to your eye ... Read More »

Novelist, Chimamanda Adichie Condemns Buhari’s Govt In Blistering New York Times Op-Ed

Nigerian novelist pens down an article where she speaks on Nigeria’s failed promises. Read below: I was 7 years old the first time I recognized political fear. My parents and their friends were talking about the government, in our living room in our relatively big house, set on relatively wide grounds at a southeastern Nigerian university, with doors shut and no strangers present. Yet they spoke in whispers. So ingrained ... Read More »

Toke Makinwa Writes Open Letter to Future Husband

Media personality Toke Makinwa is asking her future husband to come correct in her latest Instaggram post. Toke whose marriage crashed 2 years ago, is looking forward to her next husband and is taking inspiration from Barack and Michelle Obama. Below is her post FLOTUS X POTUS #Yunmy #Goals . Dear future Husband, I am working hard on me. Building an empire, growing spiritually and emotionally, pushing thru the odds ... Read More »

Kendall Jenner, The Small Chested Woman That Inspired Me to Go Braless

Kendall Jenner There isn’t a ton that Kendall Jenner and I have in common: I’m not a top model, my family isn’t rich or famous, and I definitely don’t have people — fans, paparazzi, the media, etc. — dying to know my every move. But one thing KJ and I do share? The fact that genetics have blessed us with fairly small chests. Only I wasn’t as happy about it ... Read More »

Poetry Session: “God” by @iamheadrush_

GOD To the start of the day We say a prayer, so our words will never sway With our hearts full of fears, tears, wondering if this struggle will ever go way So we steadfast, head high with high hopes, wondering if the rays of the sun would stay Or will the rain pour heavy like the weather of May In the quest to find our daily bread We loose ... Read More »

The Unaired Part Of Mrs. Buhari’s Interview By Jaafar Jaafar

In the heat of the intense pressure mounted on the BBC to stop airing the remaining part of the controversial Aisha Buhari interview a few days ago, I had the privilege of listening to the interview before it was fully aired. My good friend, the head of the Abuja bureau of the BBC, Naziru Mika’il Abubakar, invited me to his office for comment on the interview, and directed that it be ... Read More »

How evil spirits control Aso Rock – Reuben Abati explodes

Former Special Adviser to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reuben Abati, has described Nigeria’s seat of power, Aso Rock, as an evil place. He, therefore, advised the Nigerian government to abandon the Villa and turn it into a spiritual museum. Abati in his latest article titled ‘Rituals, blood and death: The spiritual side of Aso Villa’, said recent happenings in the presidency should give the citizens headache, adding that the place needs ... Read More »

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