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Family / How to Balance and Work by healthyhealthng: today at 3:1 pm
A lot of women find it quite challenging on how to balance family and work. In today’s modern society, many mothers are afraid of placing their family first, especially in certain circumstances, in fear of losing their jobs. There are a lot mothers who are fearful that their children will grow up disliking them due to the amount of time they spent focused on work, so they often feel remorseful about missing out on quality time with their young children or even their spouse. Though being a mother as well as a career-oriented woman all at once may seem like a difficult task, it is a task that you can manage very well. What you need to remember, although difficult as it may be, is the fact that you should be a mother to your kids. However, that doesn’t suggest that you should just toss your workload to the side and not care.Learn more:healthyhealthng.com/how-to-balance-family-and-work/

Family / Food Allergy,Symptoms and Safety tips by healthyhealthng: yesterday at 7:1 am
Allergy symptoms are indicators that one might be suffering from allergy . If you suspect that you may be suffering from food allergy, you may be looking for some allergy symptoms as a confirmation. After all, some individuals believe that they do not need to seek medical attention if they are able to diagnosis food allergic symptoms themselves. This is true in some cases, as long as your allergy symptoms are not severe.

Mild to Moderate Allergy Symptoms
Most food allergy sufferers only experience mild to moderate allergy symptoms when having an allergic reaction. The mild allergic symptoms include chest congestion, itchy eyes, watery eyes, and a rash. As for moderate allergic reactions, symptoms tend to include itchy eyes, watery eyes, a rash, chest congestion, an itchy feeling over most of the body, as well as difficultly breathing.

Although most mild to moderate allergy symptoms can be treated at home, without a visit to a doctor’s office or the hospital, you should seek medical attention if you ever find it difficult to breathe, as you don’t want to your symptoms to escalate. Learn more at healthyhealthng.com/allergy-symptoms

Health / Food Allergies,Symptoms and Safety Tips by healthyhealthng: yesterday at 7:1 am
Allergy Symptoms Allergy symptoms are indicators that one might be suffering from allergy . If you suspect that you may be suffering from food allergy, you may be looking for some allergy symptoms as a confirmation.

Mild to Moderate Allergy Symptoms
Most food allergy sufferers only experience mild to moderate allergy symptoms when having an allergic reaction. The mild allergic symptoms include chest congestion, itchy eyes, watery eyes, and a rash. As for moderate allergic reactions, symptoms tend to include itchy eyes, watery eyes, a rash, chest congestion, an itchy feeling over most of the body, as well as difficultly breathing.

Although most mild to moderate allergy symptoms can be treated at home, without a visit to a doctor’s office or the hospital, you should seek medical attention if you ever find it difficult to breathe, as you don’t want to your symptoms to escalate. Learn more at healthyhealthng.com/allergy-symptoms

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Health / Common Food Allergies by healthyhealthng: yesterday at 6:1 am
Do you suspect that you may be suffering from a food allergies? Or, do you know someone who does have a food allergies? If you do, you may be looking for more information. Below some of the common food allergies are listed, as well as information on those allergies. Milk Food Allergies Milk is a common food that many individuals have allergic reactions too. Unfortunately, milk is a product that is found in many foods, especially bakery items. The good news, however, is that milk is relatively easy to replace. There are a number of substitutes that can be used as an alternative when baking. As for the items that should be checked, it is important to speak with someone who works in the deli. Did you know that many delis use the same cutting machines for both cheese and meat? It is also important to speak with the cooks at a restaurant. Many restaurants use butter to grease up a grill or to add flavor to some meats, like steaks. Also, be on the lookout for casein on food labels. Casein is a derivative of milk and it can cause some allergy sufferers to have a reaction.Learn more at :healthyhealthng.com

Health / Safety Tips for managing Food Allergy in Kids by healthyhealthng: yesterday at 5:1 am
If you are parent or guardian who has a child that suffers from food allergy, this saftety tips will help you manage your child's conditionOne of the first things you need to do is to talk to your child about his food allergy. This is most important to do especially with pre-school chidldren.This is because it is common for this age group to switch snacks with their friends or classmates which is not really safe.The earlier you talk to your child the better. Always try to discuss the issue with him often. For older children,teach them how to read food labels themselves. Learn more : healthyhealthng.com

Business / Re: Naira appreciates against dollar Update by lordryse: 2:1 pm On 4 Apr
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Business / Re: Naira appreciates against dollar Update by lordryse: 2:1 pm On 4 Apr
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Nigeria News / Disputed Maritime Varsity land: We’ll sue FG if… —Itsekiri nation by JerryB: 12:0 am On 2 Feb
WARRI—ITSEKIRI nation says it will sue the Federal Government if the law establishing Nigerian Maritime University, NMU, Kurutie, Warri South-West Local Government Area, Delta State, is passed without compensation paid to the Omadino people, the perceived land owners.Chief Edward Ekpoko, Secretary, Itsekiri Leaders of Thought, ILoT, stated this in Warri, yesterday, while briefingVanguardon the wayforward over the ownership dispute of the NMU Okerenkoko temporary site, following the appearances bythe disputing Gbaramatu andItsekiri, claimants to the land,before a public hearing held at the National Assembly on the bill to back the school.Ekpoko, theTolurejuof Warri Kingdom, said: “We are not against the establishment of the university there. All we are saying is that the proper name of the place is Okereghigho, not Okerenkoko. That is how the courts have decided ownership of the land and compensation should be paid to the land owners, the Omadino people.“Litigations in respect of Okereghigho had been concluded to finality. No more appeal. The first was in 1951 in the case between E. E. Cillo from Omadina and Adurokumor on behalf of the people of Bakokodia, what Ijaws today call Kokodiagbene. In the judgement it is Bakokodia, not Kokodiagbene there.The Maritime University, in Okerenkoko, Delta State.“Adurokumor was in Bakokodia but was claiming rent in respect of tenants of Omadino in Okereghigho. Omadino people sued him. Inthe litigation plan, Omadino people said Okereghigho andBakokodia were their lands. And they got judgement against Adurokumor.“When they continued again, Omadino had to go to court again in 1962. They sued James Uloba and two others on behalf of Okereghigho people. The judge even recalled that judgement had already been given in 1951 inrespect of Okereghigho, that plaintiffs didn’t need to cometo court again, but in any case, the court still gave judgement to Cillo and Omadino people again.”On the claim by their Ijaw neighbours that they have a Supreme Court judgement setting aside the Omadino court victory, Ekpoko said that was a deliberate falsehood, adding that the case Ijaws refer to had nothing to do with Okerenghigho and Omadino’s ownership.He said, “The Ijaw people appealed to Supreme Court following the judgement of 1962. That appeal was dismissed on January 31, 1973. They went as far as theWest Africa Court and the Supreme Court then. There must be an end to a litigation. In respect of Okerenghigho, appeal will only come on the day of resurrection. On earth, it is dead, concluded to finality.“The judgement they are harping on in the appeal they got setting aside an earlier judgement in a case betweenUgborodo people and Gbaramatu in respect of another piece of land, Oporoaza area, not Okerenghigho. Okereghigho has been concluded to finality, no more appeal.“The Ugborodo case started in 1970. Ugborodo won at the High Court, then the Court of Appeal said they should send it back for retrial. The Ugborodo people went on appeal to the Supreme Court. Omadino was never mentioned in the matter where they got their said appeal.”



www.vanguardngr.com/2017/02/disputed-maritime-varsity-land-well-sue-fg-itsekiri-nation/

Nigeria News / Wait for four years before judging us- Amaechi by JerryB: 12:0 am On 2 Feb
ILORIN—Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, yesterday, said All Progressives Congress, APC,government did not promise to fix Nigeria’s problem within a year and cautioned those lamenting the economic hardship to wait till2019 for the desired change.Also, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, cautioned Nigerians against making statements that could cause religious disharmony, warning that “nonation has ever survived religious war.”The ministers spoke in Ilorin, Kwara State, during a North Central town hall meeting for the people of Kogi, Niger and Kwara states by the Federal Government.Amaechi, who was the Director General of the Campaign Organisation of President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2015 elections, said though the Federal Government knows that things are difficult, Nigerians should wait till the end of the four-year mandategiven to the administration before they can judge whether the government had performed or not.Rotimi AmaechiAccording to him, “we did notpromise you that those challenges will be solved in one year or you would have given us a one-year mandate. But you gave us four years mandate, so wait till the end of four years before you can conclude thatwe have not done well.”While giving stewardship of his ministry, the minister lamented that the refusal of the National Assembly to approve the government’s borrowing plan from China was drawing the government back, urging the people from the three states to prevail on the National Assembly to approve the loan.According to him, if accessed, the loan would enable the government embark on the rivatalisation of rail projects, which would create more jobs.He said: “Go and talk to your people in the National Assembly. They are the ones holding the Federal Government back from improving on the infrastructure that would provide mass employment for the people by stopping the President’s borrowing plan from China. They are theones frustrating our efforts.”On his stewardship, the Minister of Health, Professor Issac Adewole, said the Federal Government had secured a loan of $500 million to fund the revival of basic health institutions across the country.He explained that N420 million was disbursed to each state in 2015 to fund the project in their respectivestates.Under the scheme, which would provide 1,000 basic health centres as already captured in the budget, the minister said a model health centre is being cited in each of the three senatorial districts of the three states.Other ministers who gave accounts of their stewardship were those of Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed; Water, Sulyman Adamu; Mining and Steel (State), Abubakar Bwauari, and Tradeand Investment, Ayishat Abubakar.


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Nigeria News / Avoid comments that can lead to religious war, FG warns religious leaders by JerryB: 12:0 am On 2 Feb
ILORIN— The Federal Government, yesterday, pleaded with religious leaders to avoid comments which can lead to religious war.It also clarified that there wasno plan to Islamize the nationor subject Christians to any form of persecution.Apostle Johnson Suleiman and Bishop David OyedepoThe government said it suspected that crises between Muslims and Christians used to be driven by political motivation, ethnicdifferences, extremism, intolerance and terrorism.The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who made the clarifications at a Town Hall meeting for North-Central in Ilorin, denied that the militarywas being used to arm Fulaniherdsmen to kill Christians.He asked the local and foreign media to shun the reportage of inviting statements by religious leaders.Mohammed said: “Without equivocating, let me say that a lot has been achieved by this administration, despite the challenges that we have faced since assuming office. But whatever has been achieved in all spheres will pale into insignificance if there is no peace in the country.“And there is no bigger threatto the peace and unity of our country today than religion-coated incendiary messages,which are being carelessly sent out there by some religious, political and opinion leaders.”No plans to Islamize NigeriaThe minister faulted allegations that the government was out to Islamize Nigeria or persecuteChristians.He added: “Such fallacies likethe Islamization of Nigeria, the killing of Christians by Muslims, the labelling of Nigeria as the most dangerous place for Christians in the world can only serve one purpose: trigger a religious war. Needless to say that no nation ever survives a religious war.“Those who are making these allegations know that they are not true, but they have found in religion another tool to demonize the government of the day, divertattention from the government’s anti-corruptionstance and create undue tension in the polity.“Make no mistake about it, there have been conflicts between adherents of the two major religions in certainparts of the country. To now extrapolate from that to say Nigeria is the most dangerous place for Christians in the world is a disservice to Nigeria and an overkill.“What those who are pushingthis negative narrative about Nigeria do not know is that if they succeed in giving Nigeria a bad name in the comity of nations, they too will not escape the consequences that will resulttherefrom.“The alleged Islamisation of Nigeria under the current administration is totally false and should be perceived in its entirety as a campaign of calumny.“The secular nature of Nigeria’s Constitution makes the issue of religious dominance and impunity improbable.”Military not arming Fulani herdsmen to kill ChristiansHe said the government considers it ludicrous to claim that the nation’s military was arming Fulani herdsmen to kill Christians.He said: “Before I end my speech, let me appeal to the media to desist from providing a platform for exponents of incendiary statements, those who will latch on to religion and ethnicity to divide us, and those who have no qualms about leveraging their privileged positions to give Nigeria a bad name in the international community.”“Their foreign collaborators, including a section of the international media, have even gone as far as accusingthe Nigerian military, a symbol of the country’s unity,of arming Fulani herdsmen tokill Christians, as if the army is made up of officers and men from only one religion.“The Federal Government rejects this ludicrous and nonsensical accusation against the military and warns those behind it to desist forthwith.”


www.vanguardngr.com/2017/02/avoid-comments-can-lead-religious-war-fg-warns-religious-leaders/

Nigeria News / Herdsmen in police uniform clash with police in Delta, Area Commander injured by JerryB: 12:0 am On 2 Feb
ORHORHO—herdsmen, dressed in police uniform, armed with AK-47 rifles and other dangerous weapons, engaged a team of policemenin a gun battle, yesterday, in Delta State, leaving a numberof police officers, including an Area Commander, injured, while some are missing.However, Delta State Police Commissioner, Mr. Zanna Ibrahim, who spoke toVanguardon phone yesterday evening, said: “There was no injury.“What happened was that thepolicemen were fatigued. They entered the terrain they were not used to and some of them collapsed out of fatigue.”He said none was injured, butadmitted that the Area Commander, who led the team and one other person were exhausted.Herdsmen attending to their cowsVanguardlearned that the police team, including men oftheDragon,Quick Response Squad, QRS and Ughelli AreaCommand patrol team, led bythe Area Commander, Ughelli, had stormed Orhorhocommunity and surroundingsin Ughelli North Local Government Area of the state.The move was due to incessant reports of rape andattacks on villagers by herdsmen, who were taking cover in the bush.But as soon as the policemen arrived, the herdsmen opened fire.The police officers, numbering over 60, it was gathered, had stormed the community to enforce an ultimatum issued the herdsmen to leave.Though details of the incident were still sketchy at press time, sources said the head of the police team was among the wounded in the gun battle.A source, who craved anonymity, said police officers were ambushed by the herdsmen, who he said opened fire on them, as they were approaching the community.



www.vanguardngr.com/2017/02/herdsmen-police-uniform-clash-police-delta-area-commander-injured/

Nigeria News / Women docked for forgery, theft by JerryB: 12:0 am On 2 Feb
By Innocent AnabaA Lagos housewife, Mrs. Remi-Louis Abolore, has been arraigned before a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, on a nine-count charge bordering on forgery, fraud and stealing.Abolore was arraigned beforeJustice Sule Hassan led-court by men of Zone 2 Nigeria Police Force, Onikan, Lagos.In the charge, the police alleged that the mother of three, in November 23, 2012, forged a document which she used to present herself as Managing Director of Vic-M-Vic Services Limited and also made a false document in writing with the signatures of her three under-aged children, with an intent to use the said document to induce public officers to act upon them.The police further alleged that the accused fraudulentlystole original Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum of Association and Article of Association of Vic-M-Vic Services Limited, and Certified True Copy of Form CAC7, Original Copies of Acceptance Form and Acknowledgment form Trade Mark, Original copy of Board resolution dated February 13,2008, of Skin Speakers Cosmetics, without the companies’ authority.The accused was further alleged to have fraudulently stolen Vic-M-Vic Services Limited’s cheque books, which she used in withdrawing N300,000.She was also alleged to have stolen original Deed of Contract dated June 4, 2009, for 12 plots of land at Alasia village, Eti-Osa Local Government Area, valued N6.5 million, which was between Vic-M-Vic Services Limited and Rawak Properties Limited.The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to all the counts.The trial judge, Justice Sule Hassan, ordered that the accused be remanded in prison custody and adjourned the matter till February 13, for trial.


www.vanguardngr.com/2017/02/women-docked-forgery-theft/

Nigeria News / Russia hikes 2018 World Cupbudget by $325 million by JerryB: 12:0 am On 2 Feb
Russia has increased government spending on the 2018 World Cup by 19.1 billion rubles ($325 million) without explanation.Total spending rises to 638.8billion rubles ($10.8 billion), with all of the increase coming from federal budget funds, which now make up almost 55 percent of total spending.The increase dwarfs previous attempts to cut costs by reducing the number of high-end hotels tobe built and trimming expenses on other infrastructure.There was no immediate comment by the World Cup organizing committee on the reason for the increase, which was announced when an updated budget documentwas published on the government legal database.The document said the extra money would largely go to construction or refits of World Cup-related facilities, without specifying which particular projects.


www.vanguardngr.com/2017/02/russia-hikes-2018-world-cup-budget-325-million/

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