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Papa Omisore & Girlfriend Sandra are Engaged | WATCH

Fashion designer and PR agent Papa Omisore has just proposed to his girlfriend of Sandra, a writer based in Chicago. The pair have been dating for some time now and if they aren’t slaying their outfits for the ‘gram they are most likely travelling the world, being adventurous. Congrats to the couple! Watch: A post

Govt urged to subsidised diabetes treatment – Vanguard – Healt Education Nigeria

By Olayinka LatonaLAGOS—ISN Products Nigeria Limited and Stop Diabetics Awareness Foundation have appealed to federal and state governments to subsidise the cost of drugs and treatment for diabetic patients. The appeal was made during World Diabetes Day Walk and free diabetes screening organised by ISN Products Nigeria Ltd in conjunction with Nigeria Red Cross Society

Wall Street Journal's Africa Bureau Chief to give keynote speech at AUN's Founder's Day – The Eagle Online

The American University of Nigeria will host its 12th Founder’s Day on November 25. Joe Parkinson of The Wall Street Journal will give the traditional keynote speech, among other activities lined up to honor the Founder and celebrate the values and vision of Africa’s first university to focus on entrepreneurship and development. The Wall Street

Man loses his sight due to extreme orgasm! – Weekly Observer – Healt Education Nigeria

          An incredible incident occurred in Britain. A a 29-year-old man, who went at a clinic, claiming he lost sight at his left eye because of the intense orgasm he had the previous night. As the British Medical Journal revealed, the diagnosis of the first examinations did not give a clear

After the outbreak: Med schools boost Ebola-wrecked Liberia – ABC News – Healt Education Nigeria

The Ebola epidemic that ravaged Liberia took a heavy toll on the country’s medical ranks, leaving the West African nation with one of the lowest doctor-to-patient ratios in the world. To build the country’s health care system back up, teams from American universities and hospitals, with backing from the World Bank and the U.S. government,

#ThrowbackThursday: Do you Remember these Music Videos?

It’s Thursday and social media dictates that people reminisce and share past memories online – whether it is through old photos or old trends. Today for #ThrowbackThursday we are asking you if you recall any of these music videos? Let us know in the comment section! The post #ThrowbackThursday: Do you Remember these Music Videos? appeared first

Facebook to unveil NG_Hub to boost innovation in Nigeria – The Eagle Online

Facebook is set to open its first community hub in Nigeria to encourage innovation. The hub is to be known as “NG_Hub from Facebook’’. Facebook’s Head of Platform Partnerships, Middle East and Africa, Emeka Afigbo, made this known during a news conference on Wednesday in Lagos. Afigbo said that Facebook would open the hub early

After the outbreak: Med schools boost Ebola-wrecked Liberia – Washington Post – Healt Education Nigeria

By Michael Melia | AP By Michael Melia | AP November 23 at 9:44 AM The Ebola epidemic that ravaged Liberia took a heavy toll on the country’s medical ranks, leaving the West African nation with one of the lowest doctor-to-patient ratios in the world. To build the country’s health care system back up, teams from American universities and

Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor calls for religious tolerance – Vanguard News – Vanguard

…as Dame Jane Ejueyitchie-Oroye launches historic book By Chris Onuoha Former  Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) President, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor OFR has called on Nigerians to be religious tolerant and seek proper ways of relating with one another , saying that the church in the country today is weakened by lack of unity among members.

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