*”Fulanization” of the North by the South*

Fears of “Fulani domination” have endured since Nigeria’s founding but, more than ever before, there is now an insanely unhealthy obsession with the Fulani in Nigeria’s South. The Fulani are not just routinely reviled with genocidal rhetorical venom, all manner of devious, supernormal political power is ascribed to them. In the service of the reigning monomania about the Fulani, Northern Muslims, irrespective of their ethnicity, are now labeled “Fulani.” It’s worse if they are also beneficiaries of “juicy” political appointments in the Buhari regime. Former Chief of Army Staff Tukur…

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Woman, 37, gives birth to 10 babies

South African woman, Gosiame Sithole, has broken the Guinness World Record as she gives birth to 10 babies, says reports. Sithole, 37, gave birth to seven boys and three girls on Monday, breaking the world record once held by a Malian woman, Halima Cisse, who gave birth to nine children in Morocco last month. She already has six-year-old twins, making her a mother to twelve children from two deliveries.   READ ALSO: Woman gives birth to twins with different fathers + DNA details 25-year old Poor Woman Gives Birth to Nine…

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Penises are shrinking because of pollution, Scientist warns

It has been found that pollution is causing human penises to shrink. A leading epidemiologist and environmental scientist has published a book which examines the link between industrial chemicals and penile length. Dr Shanna Swan’s book, Count Down, argues that our modern world is altering humans’ reproductive development and threatening the future of our species. The book outlines how pollution is leading to higher rates of erectile dysfunction, fertility decline, and growing numbers of babies born with small penises. Though the headline fact about shrinkage may sound like a laughing…

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‘He loved early morning sex, I will dearly miss him’

Tanzania’s First Lady, Janet Magufuli, has eulogized her late husband following his death, which occurred on Wednesday evening. In an emotional speech delivered to the state, the former First Lady could not relent to let out her feeling, which were cut short by the death of her husband. The former primary five teacher recalled the precious moments she shared together with the late Tanzanian President while he was alive. Beside being a jovial man full of humor and laughter, the First Lady recalled how her late husband was also romantic…

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Obasanjo: I took herbs after testing positive for COVID-19

A former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has revealed how a professor of medicine advised him to take herbs after he tested positive for COVID-19. The former president disclosed this during a colloquium to mark his 84th birthday at his presidential library in Abeokuta, Ogun State. Obasanjo, who said his household avoided him after he tested positive, however, said he was asymptomatic and recovered from the infection three days later. The colloquium, which took place simultaneously online and offline, was themed, ‘Reflection on Governance and Changes for Post-pandemic Leadership in Africa.’ The event…

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Memo from EFCC to CCB requesting to investigate Tinubu

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has sent a memo to the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) requesting documents to commence another round of investigation on APC national leader and a former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Tinubu, who is largely believed to be benefitting from Lagos State’s resources, has been fingered in several deals in the South West, especially Lagos, where he holds tenaciously to power despite quitting office years ago. This would, however, not be the first time he would be investigated by the…

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WARNING: Don’t remove your pubic hairs, gynaecologist urges women

A gynaecologist has warned against waxing or shaving pubic hairs because it can cause “microscopic trauma” that can lead to infections. Dr Jen Gunter, the author of The Vagina Bible, has urged women. While the purpose of pubic hair is somewhat of a mystery, going “au naturel” is necessary to protect the skin by acting as a barrier against the outside world. Getting a Brazilian may also reduce sexual pleasure, with pubic hair being connected to nerve endings that might help arousal, Dr Gunter added. Pubic hair “grooming” has almost…

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IMF: Naira overvalued at official market

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the naira was overvalued by 18.5 per cent at the official market. The Fund called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to establish a more transparent and market-based exchange rate policy to instil confidence in the market. The advice was contained on IMF Article IV Consultation with Nigeria, released yesterday. The naira exchanges at N379 to a dollar at the official market, data from the CBN website showed. The IMF Executive Board, which visited Nigeria, released its findings on Nigeria’s economy to…

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ILO: COVID-19 worsens child labour

…as 152 million children affected JUSTINA EMMANUEL OKPARA The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has disclosed that the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic has worsened the rate of child labour even though it had decreased by 38 per cent in the last decade with 152 million children still affected. In a statement signed by Guy Ryder, ILO Director-General, COVID-19 pandemic has considerably worsened the situation, adding that joint and decisive action can reverse this trend. Similarly, the ILO, in collaboration with the Alliance 8.7 global partnership, is launching the International Year for…

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Peter Ogbudu: I have had my own down times

  May we know you sir? My name is Peter Ogbudu, popularly known as Ghana Must Go. I am a comedian and also an OAP. I am a positive change and development advocate and also an entrepreneur. I am the seventh child in a family of eight children. I am from Warri, Delta State. I attended Pesu Primary School and then Esi and Ibru colleges, before proceeding to the Federal Polytechnic, Auchi, where I studied Mass Communication. Afterwards, I came to Abuja and the hustle began.   What was your…

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