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I will remarry soon… Emmanuel Uduaghan’s daughter, Orode, opens up on her marriage

Many a woman go into wedlock goaded by unrealistic fantasies of bliss. In marriage, they are constantly hatching an enormous number of false ideas, conceits, Utopias, mystical explanations, suspicions, and megalomaniacal fantasies, which disappear...

How To Make Coconut Pie In 20 Minutes

Who says you can’t prepare a delicious meal in less than 20 minutes? This meal is perfect for everyone who is in a hurry and might want to skip breakfast. The best part is,...

Suppressing A Sneeze Can Be Dangerous, Doctors Warn

Stifling a sneeze can rupture your throat, burst an ear drum, or pop a blood vessel in your brain, researchers warned on Tuesday. Many people – when they feel a sneeze coming on – block...

Court dissolves driver’s marriage over wife’s poor cooking habit

AN Nyanya Customary Court in Abuja on Tuesday dissolved the 22-year-old marriage between a driver, Mr. Garba Pakachi, and his wife, Martha, over the wife’s habit of cooking only once in a week. The court...

Alcohol causes seven cancers, crushes fertility

•The American Society for Clinical Oncology put out its first official warning on alcohol and cancer yesterday  •Drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol is not only linked to but is a cause for seven cancers including...

Nigerian buys G-Wagon for South African to apologise for impregnating his wife

A Nigerian man simply identified as John bought a Mercedes-Benz G-class for a South African man to apologise after impregnating his wife. Daily Live, a South-African news website, quoted John as saying that the husband of...

Moaning during sex is crime, says Lawyer

A Ghanaian lawyer,  Maurice Ampaw, has said that incessant loud moaning during sex is a crime and must carry a penalty. According to myjoyonline, Ampaw says moaning infringes on the rights of others and must be stopped. He said,...

Goodnews: A bag of rice to sell for N7, 000 by December

Going by the predictions and projection of some Nigerian farmers, a 50kg bag of produced in Nigeria rice may go for N7, 000 by the end of this year. The Rice Millers Association of Nigeria,...

Boroh, Others For World Habitat Award

The World Habitat Ambassadors Foundation (WHAF) says it will honour Brig- Gen Paul Boroh (Rtd), Special Adviser on Niger Delta to President Muhammad Buhari for his humanitarian and philanthropic endeavours. Amb. Hillary Emoh, Principal Consultant...

11 years After, Okomu Ijaws Gets New King

In a carnival-like event, the Ijaw speaking people of Okomu Kingdom in Ovia South-West Local Government Area of Edo State on Tuesday, 19th September 2017, crowned a new king. Pius Yanbor, a retired Deputy Superintendent of...

Abuja comes alive as Tompolo, Kanu Agabi, Izinyon, others receive awards

In recognition of their selfless service to the nation and development of mankind, Kanu Agabi, a one-time Minister of Justice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Oweizide Ekpemupolo aka Tompolo, a security and peace advocate,...

Ann-Kio Briggs – The fight of her life

“Blessed be she who is both furious and magnificent” – Taylor Rhodes The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. For Ann-Kio Briggs every step she takes is geared towards restoring the Niger...

N60,000 artificial hair tears Instagram users apart

An innocent posture with a tag stating that the artificial hair being worn by a lady costs N60,000 has set tongues wagging on Instagram. While some respondents praise the hair, others counsel that the wearer’s...

Being married ‘protects your health’ – Experts

Marriage can boost your survival chances if you have a major heart risk factor such as high cholesterol, researchers have said.Based on a study of close to a million A loving spouse might spur...

Stop giving juice to children below one year

Fruit juice is not fruit. Experts warn that juice for babies in their first year of life offers no nutritional benefit and should not be included in their diet. Parents, the next time your baby...

Mosquitoes Are Our Friends, Stop Killing Them – University Don

A DON at the University of Ilorin has advised Nigerians should stop killing mosquitoes as they are friends that deserved to be managed properly. Adeolu Ande, a professor of Entomology at the University of...

How to stop your bank from cheating you

As the levels of fraud and excessive bank charges are on the increase, it has become increasingly important to study your bank statements, according to www.proshareng.com and Business Hallmark. Ensure that you study your monthly bank statements...

QUICKIE MAKE-UP TIPS

FOR that smartly done and perfect make-up, there are some quickie steps to follow. And the truth is that you don’t have to spend ages getting these steps right. These cosmetic tips will help...

Lecturer impregnated me, rejects pregnancy, says nursing student •It wasn’t me, I used condom...

A lecturer at the Ogun State College of Health Technology, Ilese Ijebu, Dr Oluseyi Adu, and a Dental Nursing student, Mosunmola, are embroiled in a row over who is responsible for the pregnancy that...

CELEBRATING CHIEF UDUBOH, AN ICON OF HOPE

Chief Ekomieyefa Uduboh, is the Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director, KFT Uduboh Nigeria Limited. His blood line cuts across two states in the Niger Delta. In a more succinct manner, he is paternally from Gbaramatu...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO A GREAT NIGER DELTA ARCHITECT, AZAIYE PINIKI

Architect AZAIYE DOUGBEGHA PINIKI, aka PINAZA 1 is one very influential Niger Delta born icon that deserves to be celebrated as he clocks 49 today. To many, Piniki is considered the archetype of his profession;...

LADIES BEWARE! HEAVY MAKEUP CAUSES CANCER

Mrs Ayopo Adeyemi, a dermatologist has warned women against the use of heavy makeup, saying it aggravates skin problems. Adeyemi said on Monday in Lagos that the use of heavy makeup could lead to skin...

MENINGITIS: AKWA IBOM GOVT ON RED ALERT

The Akwa Ibom Government says it has placed medical and health works on red alert to forestall any possible outbreak of Cerebro Spinal Meningitis in the state. The State Epidemiologist, Dr Aniekeme Uwah, said this...

‘People living close to oil exploration sites prone to kidney disorders’

Dr Ralph Onyemekeiha, a nephrologist at the Central Hospital, Warri, in Delta, says people living close to oil explorations are prone to kidney disorders. Onyemekeiha made this known in an interview with the News Agency...

HURRAY AS A GREAT WOMAN CLOCKS PLUS ONE-GBARAMATU VOICE

The management of Gbaramatu Voice Newspaper wishes to congratulate and celebrate a woman of high repute, Hon. (Mrs.) Ato Alfreder Ebibofayei. It is actually a blessing to have such woman of honour, Hon. (Mrs.) Ato...

BENIKRUKRU END OF YEAR CARNIVAL IN GBARAMATU, A CARNIVAL LIKE NO OTHER (PHOTOS)

It was all a fun filled affair at Benikrukru Community in Gbaramatu Kingdom, Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State today as the beautiful sceneries and the many appealing structures and events...

GBARAMATU TO WITNESS THREE DAYS YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SEMINAR

A group known as the Gbaramatu Intellectual Youths Forum, GIYF have stated that it has concluded plans to organize a three day seminar at Kokodiagbene community to train, educate and empower youths in the...

Antibacterial soaps banned in US amid claims they do ‘more harm than good’

The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday banned several key chemicals in antibacterial hand soap, warning of health risks and saying they were not more effective than ordinary soap. The FDA move took...

Delta State Contributory Health Scheme’ll Improve Quality Healthcare -DG

THE Delta State Contributory Health Scheme will be implemented to improve quality and reduce cost of healthcare services for all Deltans, irrespective of their socio-economic status.   Director-General of the Delta State Contributory Health Commission, Dr....

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