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We are counting down to Christmas already, and one of the things we all love about Christmas are the gifts we hope to receive from loved ones, family, colleagues, employers, partners ,etc. It is also a season for us to give gifts to all these people, and more often than not we ask ourselves the question; “What is the perfect gift this Christmas”. Now, take a look at your gift list, look at all the names, look at all the things you need to buy for all those people. How are you going to handle it? Introducing the Konga.com Gift Card. The Konga Gift Card offers you the easiest, fastest and cheapest way to satisfy everyone this Christmas! The key to giving gifts is having the right gift/incentive for each person. Don’t worry about who wants a phone, a TV or groceries, a Konga gift
It is not a new thing for women to look for the type of men that won’t find it a herculean task to stay committed, however it seems to be getting harder these days to bag men like that. And what’s more is that it seems we won’t stop meeting these men. Here are a few ways to spot men like this, so you can keep them very far away and never get involved with them. If you are looking for a committed relationship that is. -the one who is in love with himself: if he talks about himself and his lifetime goals alone, dedicates time to work on his image and build himself superficially then he’s not going to have time to commit to you. Reason being that he can’t be committed to two people, he’s already committed to himself. -Financially unstable: nobody is saying just look out for the rich
She is fondly called the First Lady of Sport Journalism. Aisha Falode, who now anchors a popular talk show that focuses on the home, sure knows how to do her things in the male-dominated industry. In a recent chat, she confessed that she now know better what men really want and that if she ever get married again, no lady will be able to snatch her man. Below is what she said: There has been the argument over what really helps to keep the home. Is it food or sex? See no pretences. If you talk to 10 men, 90.9 per cent of them, that is almost a 100 per cent, will tell you that what goes on in the bedroom is much more important than what is in the plate on the table. Talk to them. That is what they go after when they go after girlfriends. The girlfriends don’t cook for them. It is what they
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Have you ever been just too busy to do your wash routine? too busy to deep condition? too busy to style your hair? So what can you do prevent your hair from suffering during your tight schedule? Here are a few tricks and tips that I use: 1. Protective style to save time This tip is my number one time saver when life just gets too busy. Styles such as twists, braids, or wigs over cornrows allow for me to go weeks without fiddling with my hair, a task for which I don’t have time. I can direct my focus to work or school while my strands stay protected and knot-free. 2. Do a dry shampoo or co-wash instead of a full-on wash It is good hygiene to wash regularly, but postponing the task a few days isn’t going to destroy my hair. If I don’t have time for the entire wash day routine (i.e., pre-poo,
Candidates who cheat during examinations conducted by the West African Examinations Council, WAEC, now risk a five-year jail term under an amendment to the 2004 WAEC Act being proposed by Federal Government. Under the proposed amendment, examination malpractice will fetch five-year jail term for offenders or the option of N200,000 fine or both. The Minister of Education, Prof Ruqayyat Rufai, announced this in Abuja on Wednesday while briefing State House Correspondents on the outcome of the weekly FEC meeting. Rufai said the decision of the meeting, which was presided over by President Goodluck Jonathan, was to “give effect to the revised convention of WAEC, 2003 in Nigeria.” No related posts.
There is some debate about whether newcomers to the IT field should take Cisco Certification Exams or try to get some experience under their belts first. Both approaches have some sound reasoning behind them, but one is clearly the better way when you take a closer look. It’s time to take that closer look. Experience Can Only Do So Much Experience will only get you so far in the IT field, and you could make things easier on yourself by getting the right Cisco certifications. You don’t need experience to get basic Cisco certifications, so there’s no reason to wait. This is doubly true when you realize that you could use certifications to get experience, and you might need those certifications anyway. More Advanced Cisco Certification Exams Will Require Experience It is true
Check out this list of eight facts about breasts — some amazing, others simply interesting, but all of which can give us a better understanding of these twin peaks. Anything fascinating about breasts we overlooked? Let us know in the comments section below. 1. We’re the only primates with “permanent” ones. No other primate has a permanent breast. In non-human primates (and other mammal species) a full breast is a clear indication the female is suckling young. Not so in humans. 2. The largest natural breasts are a 102ZZZ. The Guinness World Record holder for the largest natural breasts is Annie Hawkins-Turner. Her chest measures 70 inches over the chests and around her back. That amounts to 3.5 feet of cleavage (with each side weighing in at 56 pounds), and a bra size
The adult person needs between 7 and 8 hours of sleep per night, on average. However, many of us have trouble falling asleep, and insomnia affects millions of people worlwide. The health issues associated with insomnia and sleep deprivation are many, from a dysfunctional immune system to premature aging, weight gain and increased risk for heart disease. Fortunately, you can improve your night’s sleep without resorting to dangerous pills or supplements, as the secret lies in your diet. Here you will find 7 foods for better sleep at night: 1. Oatmeal Oatmeal is a great snack before bed, as it is very rich in carbohydrates. As a matter of fact, oatmeal can be considered a win-win situation: they not only stimulate the natural production of serotonin (a neurotransmitter that elevates mood
Here are 5 warning signs you should look out for: 1. Change in shape or size of a breast. Because a developing tumor may be hidden deep within the breast tissue, the next best way to detect a breast cancer warning sign is by looking for changes in the breast. Face a mirror and move your arms to see different angles. Is the breast more oval than it was before? Does your bra feel tighter now than previously? Does there appear to be more tissue in one part than what was there before? Does one breast look considerably different than the other? Any of these slight changes may be a sign of breast cancer. 2. Experiencing pain, swelling, or a lump in your armpit. Because lymphatic fluid naturally drains from the breast, when cancer develops the first place it moves to are the lympth nodes in the armpit.
1. While you sleep, the body perspires for a while and then cools down as it recuperates from the whole day stress and one principle of sleeping un-clad is to allow blood to circulate smoothly. Clothes restrict blood circulation, hence shedding that artificial skin is good for stimulating the same. 2. The tight elastic bands of your pyjamas or short should be loosened for a sound comfortable sleep. 3. Medical research have shown that sleeping un-clad is good for those suffering from insomnia as it has a comforting effect on them. 4. Going un-clad will streamline and accelerate the repair process of the skin. A healthy, uninterrupted air flow will help in the process. 5. Sleeping un-clad allows the sebaceous glands to do their work best, which is sebum discharge and regeneration. This in turn
In the past, most Facebook fraudsters limited their operations to cloning the accounts of popular Nigerians to defraud unsuspecting members of the public. For instance, a Facebook search of Goodluck Jonathan would produce tens of profiles bearing the President’s photograph and his bio-data. Just last Friday, the State Security Service paraded an ex- student of Ogwashi-Uku Polytechnic, Delta State, Mr. Philip Urieh, for allegedly cloning the Facebook account of Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan. According to the SSS, Urieh used the cloned account to defraud unsuspecting persons to the tune of over N5 million. However, such a fraud, often perpetrated in the name of top government functionaries, politicians, Nollywood actors and actresses and other celebrities, is now applying to ordinary
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has announced 180 points as cut-off marks for admission into Nigerian Universities for the 2013/2014 academic session. The Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayattu Rufai who announced this at the end of a policy meeting with administrators of tertiary institutions in Abuja also announced 150 marks as cut-off point for students seeking admission into polytechnics and colleges of education. Professor Rufai says the reduction in the cut-off marks for polytechnics and colleges of education is aimed at encouraging students to seek admission into those educational institutions. Vice Chancellors, Registrars and Administrators of Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education as well as the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board attended the
The Pacific Islanders believe that it is the cure for all illness, which is why the palm tree (from which coconuts are grown) is known as “The Tree of Life.” Coconut oil is thought to possess healing properties above and beyond that of any other dietary oils. Eating coconuts are excellent for one’s immunity. They are antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic, meaning they kill harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Because of that, if you consume coconut in any of its various forms (whether it be raw coconut, coconut oil, coconut milk, coconut butter, etc.), it can help treat some of mankind’s worst and most resilient of illnesses such as influenza, giardia, lice, throat infections, urinary tract infections, tapeworms, herpes, gonorrhea, bronchitis, and numerous
1. Your parents are basically demi-gods. It doesn’t matter if you learned that the sky is blue. If your parents say the sky is orange, the sky is in fact, orange. At least, in their presence. 2. Your parents will seldom ever admit they are wrong. And if and when they do, you will be too stunned to even believe it. 3. Your grandparents are the only people who can put your parents in their place. (And you will enjoy those moments.) 4. Your house is a free for all. At some point a relative, twice-removed, will be invited to stay for an extended-period of time. 5. You will likely be raised the old-fashioned way -“you spare the rod, you spoil the child” kind of old-fashioned way. In your adulthood, you’ll largely be grateful for it and you’ll always be able to tell the difference between