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Why Your Treated Water Worsens Your Health

Natural Spring bottle water products   ‘Water no get enemy’, the Yorubas say in Pidgin English. But, in recent decades, water has been a ruthless enemy to humanity. You have treate d typhoid over and over; and you have now resorted to buying bottle water for drinking. But, as you would have noticed, your health condition has either worsened or not improved. Some have gone from treating typhoid to treating ulcer, anxiety, hypertension, and even heart conditions. The reason is that you have moved from drinking unclean water to reliance on unnatural water.  Consi der the following statistics -           70% of your body is water. -           You can live for weeks without food, but not up to 1 week without drinking water. -  has it that in 2014, 783 million people did not have access to clean and safe water, and 37% of those people lived in Sub-Saharan Africa.  -           In developing countries, as much as 80% of illnesses are linked to po


  The Budget Breakdown in one page The 2016 budget presented by President Muhammadu Buhari was received with keen interest; even more this time than with other times. Of course, too, this was the biggest a president has asked for in Nigeria's history - over 1trillion higher than the last administration requested for. A Nigerian civic tech organisation Budgit have released a breakdown of the Budget in graphics. And we have them here. Uduak Umo Read  also: WHAT PRESIDENT BUHARI SAID ABOUT THE 2016 BUDGET   The Actual Road Safety Offences & Fines Is Dangote Selling His Home? Why? Video of Amaechi's Financial Crimes   Oscar Debuts With The End - Of The World


FULL TEXT OF PRESIDENT BUHARI'S 2016 BUDGET ADDRESS FULL TEXT OF PRESIDENT BUHARI'S 2016 BUDGET ADDRESS PROTOCOLS I am honoured and privileged to present the 2016 Budget proposal. This is my first address before this joint session of the National Assembly. I have come here today, not only to address members of the National Assembly, but also to speak directly to the men and women who placed us here. 2. I know the state of our economy is a source of concern for many. This has been further worsened by the unbridled corruption and security challenges we have faced in the last few years. From those who have lost their jobs, to those young people who have never had a job, to the people in the North East whose families and businesses were destroyed by insurgents, this has been a difficult period in our nation’s history, lessons that we must not forget or ignore, as we plan for the future. 3. By June 2014, oil prices averaged $112 per barrel. But as


Africa’s leading asset financing company, Amaecom Global Limited has commissioned her Cross River State Regional Office at No. 35 Okoro Agbor Street off IBB Way, Calabar as part of the company’s strategy of brand, operational and administrative development with copious commendations from the government, Labour Unions, Customers, Stakeholders and host community. In his address, the Managing Director and Ch ief Executive officer of the firm Dr. Marcel Ofomata who welcome d the dignitaries on behalf of the company to the event stated that the company has grown to an age where the head office needs to allot administrative and operational powers to some regions in order to breed a new generation of managers at the regions as well as to enable growth of practical experience for the emerging competitive business future. “Today’s event is an act of our strategic business development, consolidation on the vision and mission of the company as well as the realization of

Police, LASTMA and Gbagada Hospital Ambulance Abandon dying Man On 3rd Mainland Bridge-Witness (Photos)

Officers of the Nigerian police, soldiers, one LASTMA(Lagos State Traffic Management Agency) officer, and an ambulance belonging to the Gbagada General hospital on Tuesday evening refused to help a dying man found on the 3 rd mainland bridge in Lagos.  Although Nigerians are familiar with such unspeakable acts of nonchalance and disregard for life by members of the public service and security agencies, this particular incidence has given more publicity to the fate of helpless Nigerians in the care of heartless public officers - and drawn the ire of an increasing number of people on Social Media.  The testifier – who also supplied the photos – Ilsa Aida, a Lagos resident, on her way to church on Tuesday evening, stumbled on the motionless body of the unidentified man in the middle of the road – a highway. According to her, 4 Military men rode past on ‘Okada’ (motorcycle) and “Eeyaah”, they seemed to mutter in commiseration. Policemen drove past with blaring sirens, shaking

Sammie Okposo, Akpororo & A-List Artistes Storm Uyo For Street Gospel 2015

“The Street Gospel Project is basically a concert campaign that drives with content to reach out to people on the streets” says Pastor Runcie Mike, senior pastor of the innovation driven The Evening Church; and convener of the annual Street Gospel concert. The first edition, in 2014, held outdoors at the Ibom Tropicana Resorts. Street Gospel 2015, the sophomore edition is in collaboration with Zamar Entertainment, organizers of Sammie Okposo’s Praise Party - and fields A-list Nigerian international Gospel acts. The concept of reaching out to people on the streets is born out of renewed understanding by the Christian church, especially since the second half of the 20 th century, to keep evangelism in pace with a swift generation, so that the world is perpetually in touch with the gospel of Christ. It has kept an increasing number of Christian denominations reviewing their outreach approaches away from the conformist in search of more efficiency. The Street Gospel Project