Saturday, 20 August 2016

Spring Show Podcast - How to stop hate in the world


In a world that almost believe that the word/habit 'hate' is a necessity to blend the existence of good. Preshnext shares her view on this important topic and some of the feedback from our lovely listeners and followers. Its an episode that has alot to offer and an inspiring 'Be a hero' story.
Preach and do love and say NO to hate in our world.

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Friday, 19 August 2016

How To Solve The Biggest Problems With Natural Weight Loss


Its arguably one of the most searched keywords on the internet but no matter the steps involved to achieve such feat is up to the individual to develop a mindset to loose that body weight.
When it comes to losing weight, you’ll likely face many decisions such as weight loss supplements, organic components, exercise, and healthier eating habits and moral support from friends and family as you can easily get confused or discouraged in the journey.
Losing weight can be deceitful to make you feel turning to nature's gift to man might be futile but when you combine nature with all of the above factors it seems to be the best way to get rid of those unwanted pounds.
Let’s explore these options;
Discover the Reason You’re Not Losing
Before you can lose weight, you should first try to discover the reason you are not losing.
Write the following heading on a piece of paper: Why I don’t lose weight.
Then, list possible reasons for not losing weight. Some of these include poor blood sugar regulation, under active thyroid, overeating, lack of sleep, viral infections, lack of exercise, and slow metabolism.
To lose weight the healthy way, you can use the process of elimination to discover which of these hinders your weight loss.
Blood sugar regulation means controlling the amount of sugar and refined carbohydrates you take into your body. When your blood sugar levels are too high, this causes you to be hungry and encourages your body to store fat instead of burning it.
Test this by reducing sugar intake for a month or two and see if this boosts your weight loss.
If you plan to take a supplement, probably the best weight loss supplement to look for is one that will help you regulate blood sugar levels. Some supplements also supply ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a phosphate molecule that is a source of high energy for the body.
Next, add exercise to your daily routine if you’re not already active. If you already exercise, try going a little longer each day.
Make a few small changes to your eating habits such as eating fresh fruit as a snack instead of the traditional pastries made out of flour like cakes, grilling, baking, or steaming foods instead of frying them, or dining out less for several weeks.
Also, reduce portion sizes for each meal little by little. And, be sure to get plenty of sleep every day so your body can function normally.
If none of these seem to help boost your weight loss, you might need to see a doctor to find out if there’s a viral infection, thyroid issue, or any other health problem that could hinder your weight loss.
How to Lose Weight Safely with a Weight Loss Supplement
Once you’ve answered the question “why can’t I lose weight?” you might want to try a weight loss supplement as well. But be very careful. Some weight loss pills are unhealthy and can even be dangerous. Be aware of the chemicals and ingredients they contain. Thankfully, there are natural weight loss supplements that provide healthy ingredients for your weight loss efforts such as caraluma fimbriata (cactus plant to suppress appetite), Chinese green tea, and other organic components.
You might also find a supplement that helps with other needs such as DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol), a chemical linked to memory that is found in fish.
As with any supplement, consult a doctor before trying something new, especially if you have any pre-existing health conditions or take prescription medication.
Losing weight naturally is the safest way. Use the guide above to determine why you’re not losing weight and how you can make lasting changes for better health.
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Monday, 15 August 2016

Kaduna State Governor warning about education to parents

Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai has said parents who are not ready to send their child/children to school are free to leave the State. He says the rate of illiteracy among the children is very high and his administration won;t tolerate that. He stated this at the Sir Kashim Ibrahim Government House, during the screening of the “He named me Malala,” documentary organised by his wife, Hadiza El-Rufai.
“You can leave Kaduna State if you don’t want to send your child to school next month. No street begging again. All our children must go to school. Any parent who refuses to send his or her child to school will be prosecuted and send to prison.”
His administration has also awarded scholarships to 40 girls to study Medicine in Uganda as a way of encouraging girl-child education. Also speaking at the occasion El-Rufai’s wife said;
“I wish to start by thanking all of you for coming to this screening of the ‘He named me Malala Documentary.’ While most of us know Malala as the 19-year-old Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, it is important to know where her journey started.
“Malala was just a regular Pakistani girl with a penchant for education until in 2012 when her pursuit for education resulted in her being shot and put in a coma. The attack received worldwide condemnation, she has since recovered from the tragedy and has  translated this tragedy to worldwide advancements in girl child education.
“In Kaduna State, we are working assiduously to create opportunities, the percentage of girls out of school is way too high and this is a problem we have decided to solve. In cognisance of this, we are working hard to increase female enrolment in good schools, improve school curriculum and make affordable health care available for everyone.”

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Man declared wanted over Boko Haram speak out

Ahmad Salkida, the Nigerian journalist declared wanted by the Nigerian Army over Boko Haram’s latest video, on Monday said he had commenced preparations to return to country to honour the invitation.
In a statement he released on Monday, Mr. Salkida said the Army knew he was not in the country prior to being declared wanted, adding that his journey home would be quickened if the government could fund his trip.
“The Army is aware that I am not in Nigeria presently. In the coming days I will seek to get a flight to Abuja and avail myself to the Army authorities. Indeed, my return will be hastened if the military sends me a ticket,” Mr. Salkida said.
Mr. Salkida was declared wanted alongside two others on Sunday for their alleged ties to Boko Haram sect.
Mr. Salkida, Ahmed Bolori and Aisha Wakil allegedly committed offences that contravened the Terrorism (Prevention) Act of 2011, by not providing information about the group, the Army said in a statement by its spokesman, Sani Usman.
Mr. Usman said the three individuals were also wanted for their alleged roles in the release of Boko Haram’s recent videos.
The latest video released on Saturday showed Chibok schoolgirls abducted by the sect since 2014.
The group said they would only release the girls if the government released its fighters.
In his reaction on Monday, Mr. Salkida said the Army was declaring him wanted for simply carrying out his professional duties as a journalist, adding that he did most of his work with “total allegiance and sacrifice to the Federal Republic of Nigeria”.
“Clearly, my status as a Nigerian journalist who has reported extensively, painstakingly and consistently on the Boko Haram menace in the country since 2006 is an open book known to Nigerians and the international community,” Mr. Salkida said.
Mr. Salkida, who has written extensively about the Boko Haram sect, said he had visited Nigerian three times within the past year on the invitation of the Nigerian government, in an effort to rescue the abducted girls.
“As a testimony to the credible and professional values of my access, since May 2015, l have been to Nigeria three times on the invitation of Federal Government agencies. I made personal sacrifices for the release of our Chibok daughters,” Mr. Salkida said.
One of the three persons declared wanted by the army, Mr. Bolori, said he made himself available to the military authorities but was told to wait until later before they take him in for interrogations.

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Borno Governor blame Boko Haram for polio resurgence

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima yesterday said the inability of health officials to access remote areas held by Boko Haram insurgents is the reason for the resurgence of polio in the State.
Shettima said the two areas in the State where the recent outbreak occurred could not be accessed from December 2013 to early 2016.
The recent detection of polio in Borno means Nigeria’s hopes of having no polio cases in three consecutive years has been dashed.

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Senator Jibrin name Speaker Dogara Godfather

Former Chairman, Appropriations Committee of the House of Representatives, Abdumumin Jibrin, in a letter addressed to the Chairman of the APC, John Oyegun, has disclosed who Speaker Dogara’s godfather is and also exposed more ‘secrets’. Jibrin apologised to their party chairman and members of APC for being instrumental to Doraga’s victory at the House.
In the letter, he however noted that his relationship with Dogara began to suffer when he started getting reports of the Speaker’s alleged “corrupt practises.”
“We practically disagreed on almost everything.
“His godfather is Sen Iyola Omisore. Speaker Dogara is of the habit of taking standing committee chairmen to swear oath of allegiance before Omisore. Continue for more shocker...
“During the build up to the appointment of committee chairmen, I had a terrible disagreement with him. I stayed far away from him.
“Who will I tell or run to having played such a leading role in bringing him on board? He operates alone, keep weird relationships with top politicians.
“I was in London when he insisted that he wanted to see me. He came to my hotel room and we talked for hours. I gave him a lot of advice, but I never knew it was getting in from one ears and out from the other,” Jibrin said.
“The role I played, to the best of my conscience at then, sir, was patriotic. I analysed the two candidates (Dogara and Femi Gbajabiamila, who is not the Majority Leader of the House) and felt Speaker Dogara had a better temperament to make a good Speaker.
“It was a narrow line of thinking, an error of judgement. It took only few weeks after the election for me to realise the … inside the skin of Speaker Dogara. That was when I started getting reports of his … practices for many years in the House undetected. I fell apart will Speaker Dogara instantly. Contrary to public belief, we have never been close since few weeks after he emerged Speaker.1
“We practically disagreed on almost everything. From the appointment of committee chairmen, to splitting of committees, to nondisclosure of the finances of the House, to his greed of unifying everything under his control, commercialisation of bills, divisive approach across ethnic and religious line, arrogance and power drunk, during the budget period among many others. But who will I tell or run to having played such a leading role in bringing him on board.”
“I wish to state that I deeply regret the role I played in the emergence of Yakubu Dogara as Speaker. I seek the understanding and forgiveness from you, our leaders and every member of the APC family that was hurt by my action. Thank God Almighty, I am young and energetic. I will be 40 on September 9th. I promise that moving forward, I will dedicate and completely commit myself to achieving the goals set out by the party. This case should serve as a lesson for everyone in the future,” Jibrin said.

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Chinese Diver gets engaged on stage in Rio 2016

A Chinese diver missed out on Olympic gold but bagged a diamond ring after her teammate boyfriend surprised her by popping the question .
He Zi got the shock of her life when partner Qin Kai interrupted the medal ceremony of the women's 3 metre springboard event to get down on one knee.
Qin, who won a bronze medal in his own synchronized diving event last week, took to the stage in front of a crowd of thousands after He Zi received her silver medal.
She later said: "I didn't know he would propose today and I didn't expect myself to marry myself out so early. I saw him during the afternoon and he seemed to be memorising something, so I asked him 'what are you doing?' and he said he was singing. I've forgotten most of what he's said (during the proposal), but it's largely what you can expect like promises, but what touched me the most is that he said he was willing to be bullied by me for life."

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