Newbouldia Laevis: About, Traditional Medicinal Uses and Researches

Newbouldia Laevis: About, Traditional Medicinal Uses and Researches Photo: Useful Tropical Plants Newbouldia laevis is a small tree that grows in regions of wooden savannah and deciduous forest of West Africa (Ofokansi, 2013). The plant is widely used in African traditional medicine. It is commonly known as the “African Border Tree” or the “fence tree.”…

Immacula Pure and Natural Honey

Immacula Pure and Natural Honey Immacula Pure and Natural Honey is packaged in Nigeria by State Business Complex, Ekwulobia, Anambra State. For supply contact us on +2348147542773, +2347084108626, +2348063930206 and contactgps@yahoo.com  

Honey: Uses, Health Benefits and Risks

Honey: Uses, Health Benefits and Risks Honey is common to most homes, being used in a variety of ways – as food additive, as food sweetener, as hair-food, etc. Honey is a product of bees. It is made by bees from the nectar of flowers. There are different grades of honey based on how clear…

Quick Remedies for Chest Pain

On July 17, 2019.  By Sola Ogundipe A heart attack can be the first thing a person thinks of when they have chest pain. However, there are many potential causes of pain in the chest area. It may not be easy to tell the difference between this minor pain and more serious conditions. When in…

IPOB Reacts To Arewa’s 30-day Ultimatum Over RUGA

Posted by Thandiubani on Wed 17th Jul, 2019. Following threat issued by Arewa Consultative Forum against Igbos over RUGA, IPOB has reacted. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Wednesday said South eastern states would not succumb to the demand for land for implementation of Ruga settlement programme, TheNation has reported. Advertisement! The group said…

Breakthrough: UNIJOS Unveils World First Anti-Snake Vaccine

On July 17, 2019.  By Emmanuel Elebeke At last, solution has come the way of victims of snake bite as the African Centre of Excellence in Phytomedicine Research and Development, University of Jos in collaboration with the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion, NOTAP on Wednesday unveiled the first indigenous and world first Anti—Snake…

There Was Country and It Still Belongs to Lord Lugard

On July 17, 2019.  By Tabia Princewill FIFTY NINE years after Independence, majority of Nigerians still express themselves using the language of colonial rule. To be clear, I am not referring to the English language but to the many phrases with which Nigerians describe one another. Late Funke Olakunri In the course of my research…

Relevance of Separation of Powers and It’s  Application to Nigeria (2)

On July 17, 2019.  By Aare Afe Babalola IT is unfortunate that since Nigeria’s independence in 1960, the state has been wallowing in the abyss of misrule and has been struggling tenaciously to sustain genuine democracy and the judiciary has been saddled with the role of stabilising Nigeria’s democracy. When we look at our political…