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POLITICS

Meet the "famous dimka" the man who planned coup against Gen. Muritala Mohammed

Lieutenant Colonel Bukar Suka Dimka (Died 15 May 1976) was a Nigeria Army officer who played a leading role in the 13 February 1976 abortive military coup against the government of General Murtala Dimka also participated in the Nigeria counter coup of 1996 which toppled the government of General Aguiyi Ironsi. Bukar Suka Dimka was commissioned as a Second-Lieutenant from the Australian Army officer cadet school, into the Nigerian Army on 13 December 1963. He and another officer (Lt. Boniface Ikejiofor

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SCIENCE

"See World most beautiful lizards" you can never imagine

Lizards belong to the class of reptiles. Their defining characteristics include a long tail, two pairs of legs that stick outwards from the body, and scales. Most lizards are cold blooded animals and regulate their body temperature using their metabolism. There are numerous species of lizards spread all over the world. Different species of lizards have different distinct characteristics making them interesting to study. Some of them even look prehistoric or like creatures out of a fantasy novel! (1) Gekko gecko

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FOOD

Do You Still Throw Coconut Water Away? You Won't Do It Again After Reading This

Coconut water is the fluid inside youthful coconuts (products of the coconut palm). In early turn of events, it fills in as a suspension for the endosperm of the coconut during their atomic period of advancement. As development proceeds, the endosperm develop into their cell stage and store into the skin of the coconut meat. Coconut water has for quite some time been a well known beverage in the tropics, particularly in India, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, Africa, and the Caribbean, where it is accessibl

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Do You Still Throw Coconut Water Away? You Won't Do It Again After Reading This

POLITICS

Meet girl who claims she is half Igbo, half Yoruba, half Ghanaian and half Tanzanian.

Half-caste is known as a term for a category/group of people of either a mixed race or ethnicity. This word is derived from the term caste, which comes from the Latin word castus, this means pure, and the derivative Portuguese and Spanish casta, meaning race as well. It is can be used and seen as an offensive term/word, particularly in in places like Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands and parts of Asia. This terms half-caste, caste, quarter-caste, "mix-breed" etc. were greatly used by ethnograph

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Meet girl who claims she is half Igbo, half Yoruba, half Ghanaian and half Tanzanian.

HEALTH

Soursop Cures 7 Deceases: Number 2 Is What People Spend Millions Of Naira To Manage

Soursop, a tropical fruit which can found in Samoa and other Pacific Islands, parts of South America and even in Florida is a delicious combination of strawberry and pineapple. It also grows perfectly well in Nigeria. It is mostly eaten by cutting the fruit in half and scooping out the flesh. The soft pulp and flesh of the fruit can be used in drinks, desserts, smoothies and even candy. Actually the entire tree including the leaves, the bark and even the root has been used to cure a number of ailments. Chec

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Soursop Cures 7 Deceases: Number 2 Is What People Spend Millions Of Naira To Manage

HOME-GARDEN

Wonders of Nature: Plants that Eats Meat (see photos)

They are called Carnivorous plants. As the name implies, Carnivorous plants are plants that gets majority of it's nutrients from consuming animals or protozoans , typically insects and other arthropods. However, they still derive energy from the sun through photosynthesis. This article shows ten carnivorous plants. These carnivorous plants grow in places where the soil is poor in nutrients, especially one lacking nitrogen. Carnivorous plants can be found on all continents except Antarctica as well as many Pacific

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Wonders of Nature: Plants that Eats Meat (see photos)

HEALTH

HOW to use Soursop to Cure 7 diseases

Soursop, a tropical fruit which can found in Samoa and other Pacific Islands, parts of South America and even in Florida is a delicious combination of strawberry and pineapple. It also grows perfectly well in Nigeria. It is mostly eaten by cutting the fruit in half and scooping out the flesh. The soft pulp and flesh of the fruit can be used in drinks, desserts, smoothies and even candy. Actually the entire tree including the leaves, the bark and even the root has been used to cure a number of chronic disea

  2 years ago ago
HOW to use Soursop to Cure 7 diseases

HEALTH

Hepatitis B - Diagnosis and treatment

Hepatitis B Diagnosis Your doctor will examine you and look for signs of liver damage, such as yellowing skin or belly pain. Tests that can help diagnose hepatitis B or its complications are: Blood tests. Blood tests can detect signs of the hepatitis B virus in your body and tell your doctor whether it's acute or chronic. A simple blood test can also determine if you're immune to the condition. Liver ultrasound. A special ultrasound called transient elastography can show the amount of liver damage. Liver

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Hepatitis B - Diagnosis and treatment

HEALTH

You just need to know the following health benefits of star fruit

Please like and share for others to benefit You just need to know the following health benefits of star fruit Star fruit is scientifically known as Averrhoa carambola, it's star-shaped tropical fruit with sweet and sour flavor. The entire fruit is edible, including the skin. The flesh is crunchy, firm, and very juicy. Carambola is native to the Malayan peninsula and cultivated in many parts of Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands and China for its fruits. Although carambola is yet to gain popularity, especially in

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You just need to know the following health benefits of star fruit

HEALTH

Meet Noni leaves that cure cancer, high blood pressure and skill.

Noni is a small evergreen tree in the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, Australia, and India that often grows among lava flows. Historically, noni was used to make a red or yellow dye for clothing. It was also used as medicine, usually applied to the skin. Today, noni fruit, leaves, flowers, stems, bark, and roots are still used to make medicine for a long list of ailments. However, the effectiveness of noni for these uses has not been proven. The FDA has issued multiple warnings to noni manufacturers about

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Meet Noni leaves that cure cancer, high blood pressure and skill.

FASHION-BEAUTY

These Ladies Paint Their Teeth Black To Prevent Tooth Ache. Could This Be Fashion Or Culture?

Ohaguro (which might be interpreted as 'darkened teeth') is a training wherein individuals (typically ladies) color their teeth dark. While this custom is known to be rehearsed in various pieces of the world, including Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, and even South America, it is most ordinarily connected with Japan.  It is irrefutable that characteristics esteemed alluring and delightful are regularly directed by society, and dark teeth, until the finish of the nineteenth century, was viewed as an in

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These Ladies Paint Their Teeth Black To Prevent Tooth Ache. Could This Be Fashion Or Culture?

HEALTH

Coconut water a natural energy or sports drink

Coconut water is the clear liquid inside young coconuts (fruits of the coconut palm). In early development, it serves as a suspension for the endosperm of the coconut during their nuclear phase of development. As growth continues, the endosperm mature into their cellular phase and deposit into the rind of the coconut meat. Coconut water has long been a popular drink in the tropics, especially in India, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands, Africa, and the Caribbean, where it is available fresh, canned, or bottle

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Coconut water a natural energy or sports drink

BUSINESS

Take a look at the top 10 richest men in the world today and their net worth

Fiji's Prime Minister has urged billionaires around the world to return to the Pacific Islands in the hope of reviving the country's tourism industry.    "That's why we say a billionaire is looking for your plane, joining your island and investing millions of dollars in Fiji in the process," Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said in a heartfelt tweet.    "Take care of your health and take care of all the expenses, you can build a new home to avoid the paradise pandemic."    According to Sky News, Fiji’s

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Take a look at the top 10 richest men in the world today and their net worth

ENTERTAINMENT

Fascinating : Zombie Cockroaches and Deadly Wasps.

The emerald jewel wasp is a beautiful and fascinating creature. This wasp is always known for its metallic blue - green colour. The emerald jewel wasp is venomous and it is found in regions of South Asia, Africa, and the Pacific Islands. However, this beautiful insect has a powerful weapon which it uses to inflict pain on its victims. The females are 22mm long and they possess stingers while, the males are smaller, with no stingers. The emerald jewel wasp is known for its unusual reproductive behavior, whic

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Fascinating : Zombie Cockroaches and Deadly Wasps.

SPORTS

50 Interesting Facts About The Year 2020

As the year 2020 sets in, we have some interesting facts about the first year of the 2020s (2020) you need to know. 2020 (MMXX) is the current year in parts of the world where the time zone is UTC+03:00 or later, including most of Asia, New Zealand, Australia and most of the Pacific Islands west of the International Date Line. It is a leap year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar, the 2020th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 20th year of the 3rd millennium, the 2

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50 Interesting Facts About The Year 2020

HEALTH

Dengue Fever: Signs And Preventions

WHAT IS DENGUE FEVER? Dengue fever is an extremely debilitating and painful mosquito-borne disease which is caused by a four dengue viruses. Dengue fever usually occurs in the tropical regions of the world.  Dengue is more prevalent in: South and Central America (except Argentina, Paraguay and Chile). Africa Mexico The Caribbean region. The Pacific Islands. Taiwan Southern China Southeast Asia SYMPTOMS OF DENGUE  Dengue fever occurs due to the bite of the "Aedes mosquito" which is infected with a dengue v

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Dengue Fever: Signs And Preventions

FOOD

Amazing Yam facts and benefits that we all wished we had known earlier

Who could have thought yam could be also be beneficial to the health, skin and hair. The truth is nothing is a waste. Yams are starchy tuber vegetables of West African origin. The yam vegetable has a lot of ritualism and symbolism associated with itself, especially in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Yam belongs botanically to the Dioscoreaceae family, in Dioscorea genus. They have been cultivated since 50,000 BC in Africa and Asia. It is one of the most consumed foods in the world and is a staple food in S

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Amazing Yam facts and benefits that we all wished we had known earlier

HEALTH

How To Cure Skin Cancer, Breast Cancer And Osteoarthritis With Sea Vegetables.

According to archeological studies, sea vegetables have been consumed by the Japanese for more than 10,000 years. In the ancient Chinese cultures, they were considered a delicacy that was served on very special occasions and to honored guests. Sea vegetables are thought to have been included in the diet of prehistoric people who lived near water in regions such as Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Iceland, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, and coastal South American countries. Today, Japan is the largest producer

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How To Cure Skin Cancer, Breast Cancer And Osteoarthritis With Sea Vegetables.