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Thursday, 11 February 2016

Church People Beware!!! Noise Pollution Has Landed 6 Members In Court, Each to Pay 50,000 Naira Fine





For those religious people, who are perpetually in the habit of disturbing the serenity of the neighbourhood, by converting residential areas to worship centres, the case of these six church men might serve as a warning for them to quit such behaviours.

These men, namely- Ngozichukwu Onyebuchi (44), Clement Eromosele (26), Chukwudi Akwegbu (26), Chibuzor Chukwu (18), Godspower Enudi (21) and Okorie Livonus (36) – were arraigned in a Lagos Magistrate’s Court sitting in Ogba, yesterday, for allegedly converting a residential apartment to a church, without neighbours’ consent.Click after cut for details

Thursday, 4 February 2016

#WorldCancerDay: How My Mother Died of Jaw Cancer -Victim’s Son




The story of Mama Nwoke from Abia State is one of the several heartrending tales, of victims, who died in the cold-hands of cancer. For her, the excruciating pain which started with a lump around her jaw, some five years ago, metamorphosed into what was later diagnosed to be  Jaw Cancer.

According to her son, Mr. Emmanuel Nwoke, who narrated how they battled to safe their mother’s life from the terminal disease, but in spite of their various efforts and the whooping sum of over N3 million spent, she eventually died of the disease, because it was lately diagnosed.Click here for details.

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Deeper Life Pastor Kiddnapped in Kogi State


Barely two weeks to this time, the news of the kidnapping incident, of a Redeemed Church Pastor in Lokoja, Kogi State, went viral on the net, and his abductors requested a ransom of N50 Million.Just last night, the same scenario was repeated, but this time, its a Deeper Life Christian Ministry State Overseer (SO), that was abducted, in the same state.Its appears these evil geniuses have just shifted their attention to Men of God, but surely they will be disappointed.

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

How to Stop Snoring while Sleeping




To many people, snoring while sleeping has become a normal way of life, because they have been used to the condition right from childhood. But several findings have revealed that it is a medical condition common among all ages and gender. However, the men folk and overweight persons are mostly at risk of snoring. The most annoying thing about snoring is that, it can cause disruptions to your own sleep and your bed-partner's sleep. The American Sleep Foundation has also found the adverse health effects of snoring to include: daytime dysfunction and heart disease, among others.

So if your partner had ever told you that you snore, there is the likelihood of developing daytime dysfunction and heart disease. But how can this condition be treated?

Monday, 18 January 2016

What on Earth Could Make A Teenager Look Like A 90-year-old? PHOTOS



 The story of the little Colombian girl, Magali Gonzalez Sierra, whom the doctors have said will not live more than 13 years, but became 15 this month, is a very pathetic one.Magali, like her contemporaries loves dancing, music, glitter, pink and make-up, but her 90-year-old body wouldnt allow her do same.Although doctors have predicted that she would die by 13 years of age, but she surpassed their expectations, to become 15 this year, thus she requested her mother, Sofia, to throw a party for her. But what could make a 15-year-old, have a body of a 90-year-old? More pics after the cut.

RCCG Pastor Kidnapped from Pulpit Regained Freedom


At last, the Redeemed Christian Church of God  pastor who was kidnapped last Sunday during church service, was released by his captors over the weekend.
 Reports have it that the Resurrection Parish Pastor, Ayo Funsho Rapheal of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)  Lokoja, was taken to somewhere along Lokoja at midnight and asked to go home.

Health Minister says Lassa Fever Epidemic is not Failure





To as many health practitioners in the country, who are conceiving the dreaded Lassa fever outbreak as a sign of failure on their part, the health minister, Dr. Isaac Adewole has urged them to have a rethink, saying health workers are not to blame for the epidemic.

 Professor Adewole, who spoke on Monday during a telephone interview on Sunrise Daily, said that some states could not report the outbreak because they considered it to be a sign of failure, which ought not to be.
He commended the courage of the Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi, who vehemently resisted the false appearance his people were initially displaying as regards the status of the virus in the state, while requesting a proposal for active case fight and prevention across the state.