15 Unusual Houses From Around The World
Homes come in all shapes and sizes, reflecting the diverse tastes and preferences of their owners. However, some homeowners and architects choose to defy convention and create truly unique and unconventional dwellings. These extraordinary houses can be found in various corners of the globe, showcasing the limitless possibilities of architectural design.
Similar Animals That Are Often Mistaken For One Another
As humans, we often make mistakes in identifying animals that look similar to one another. Some of these animals have similar physical features, while others share similar behaviors. Here are similar animals that are often mistaken for one another. 1. Alligators and Crocodiles Both alligators and crocodiles are large reptiles with long snouts, but alligators have a wider, U-shaped snout while crocodiles have a V-shaped snout.
Three Nigerian States in Close Proximity to the Atlantic Ocean
Nigeria, located in the western part of the African continent, is blessed with a southern region that is in close proximity to the Gulf of Guinea, which is part of the vast Atlantic Ocean. Within the Federal Republic of Nigeria, there are three states that can be found near the Atlantic Ocean, offering unique coastal landscapes and opportunities.
Benefits Of Tempe For Health And How To Consume It
According to Healthline - Tempe is a traditional Indonesian food made from fermented soybeans. It has gained popularity worldwide due to its many health benefits. Here are some benefits of tempe for health: Nutritional Value: Tempe is rich in essential nutrients. It contains high-quality protein, dietary fiber, vitamins (such as vitamin B12), and minerals (such as iron, calcium, and potassium).
Two Women Who Are Currently The Prime Minister of Their Countries
Two women who are currently serving as the Prime Ministers of their respective countries are Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh and Sanna Marin of Finland. Sheikh Hasina is widely respected in the international community and has been serving as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh since 2009. She is the longest-serving prime minister in the history of Bangladesh.
Effects Regularly Eating Titus Fish (Mackerel) Can Have On Your Body
Titus fish, commonly known as Mackerel, is a popular and widely consumed fish worldwide due to its availability, affordability, and rich flavor. While it is considered a nutritious food source, it is crucial to understand the effects that regular consumption of Titus fish can have on our bodies.
Animals That Can Poison You With A Sting Or Bite You Should Know
Interactions with animals, both in the wild and domestic settings, can be fascinating and enriching. However, it is essential to be aware of potential dangers posed by certain animals that possess venomous stings or bites. This article provides comprehensive information on animals that can poison humans, ensuring you have the knowledge needed to protect yourself.
Tinubu will sustain tempo of my administration - Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari said yesterday (Monday), that he had no doubt that the next administration will maintain the pace of his administration under the direction of President- elect Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. At the Naval Dockyard Limited, Victoria Island, Lagos, for the Presidential Fleet Review in 2023, Buhari expressed his satisfaction with the military' s battle preparedness.
Buhari: FG's Borrowing is a "Deliberate Choice" to Combat Poverty
With less than a week left in his term, President Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) justified the significant borrowing during his administration on Tuesday, calling it a "deliberate choice" to battle poverty and spur economic progress for Nigerians. "It has been a deliberate choice for our government as a tool to fight poverty, to create economic growth and employment and to open the path of prosperity for our people," Buhari said during the virtual commissioning of three bridges, three secretariats, and one road project done by his administration.
We borrowed to develop infrastructure, create wealth for Nigerians — Buhari
On Tuesday, President Muhammadu Buhari said that in order to finance the nation's infrastructure development, his administration had to turn to borrowing. At the virtual commissioning of the Second Niger Bridge, which is now named after him, as well as two other bridges and four other projects in various parts of the nation, President Buhari made this announcement.
Dangote Refinery opens, eyes crude from three continents
Buhari, Tinubu, African leaders, and others will be present for the launch The refinery will generate 100,000 jobs and meet daily fuel needs. The 650,000 barrels per day oil processing facility, which will start operating on Monday (today), has been built to handle crude oil grades from the three continents of Africa, Asia, and America. Additionally, it was learned that the refinery will supply Nigeria with an excess of nearly 38 million liters of gasoline, diesel, kerosene, and aviation fuel each day, fully
American Professor To Set New World Record Having Spent Over 70 Days Out Of 100 Living Underwater
Dr. Joseph Dituri, a 55-year-old Professor at the University of South Florida (USF), is about to set new world record for the longest time spent living underwater without depressurization. According to google.com, Dituri was said to have stayed 74 days living in Jule's Undersea Lodge at the bottom of 30-foot-deep lagoon in Key Largo as of last Saturday and plans to spend at least 100 days there.
UK special forces operated secretly in Nigeria – Report
The British Special Air Service and the European country’s other special forces have operated clandestinely in Nigeria and 18 other nations over the past 12 years, research has revealed. Recall that in 2012, a team of SBS commandos tried to free a British national and an Italian hostage held by an Islamist organization in Nigeria but were unsuccessful.
‘Amosun, not Abiodun, responsible for loss of Dangote Refinery to Lagos’
The loss of the N19 billion Dangote Refinery by Ogun State to Lagos State has been attributed by Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State to his predecessor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun. Any genuine Ogun State native, according to him, would be saddened by the enormous investment loss, particularly since the state had been chosen as the most natural location for the mega project at Olokola Free Trade Zone, in Ogun Waterside Local Government.
US President, Biden sends 9-man delegation to attend Tinubu’s inauguration
On the 22nd of May, President Biden unveiled a nine-member presidential delegation to stand for him and the United States during the inauguration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu. According to Premium Times, the ceremony is scheduled to take place in a few days in Abuja, Nigeria. Leading the delegation will be Marcia Fudge, the 18th Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
US President Biden sends delegations to Tinubu's inauguration
According to Vanguard, David Greene, United States Chargé d'AffairesEmbassy in Nigeria, will also be part of the delegation, representing the U.S. Department of State's foreign mission. Greene's inclusion is fitting as he is the top diplomat of an embassy that has been established in Nigeria since 1960.
Cargo clearance from Lekki Port takes 5 to 10 days
According to Vanguard, In a recent stakeholders' meeting held at the Lekki Deep Sea Port premises, the container terminal operator, Lekki Freeport Terminal, a subsidiary of the CMA/CGM Group, assured shippers of a significantly shorter turnaround time for the clearance of goods from the port.
Why we need Ministry of Maritime Affairs – FG
The Federal Government has said there is a need for the creation of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs to enable the nation to realise the huge potential in the sector. Speaking at Aminu Umar's recent installation as the new President of the Nigerian Chamber of Shipping in Lagos, the Minister of Transportation, Mu'azu Sambo, claimed that the country's marine sector is sufficiently large to ensure the country's economic success.
Today's Headlines: I will never call Tinubu my president - Bakare, My music has evolved - Konga
I will never call Tinubu 'my president' - Tunde Bakare Image credit: Punch Newspaper The Serving Overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has said he will never call the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, his president. The cleric and politician, during a webinar on Saturday, alleged a series of malpractices during the 2023 elections, saying the Independent National Electoral Commission made a mess of the electioneering process.