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    Your Body Needs GLUTATHIONE

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    Your Body Needs GLUTATHIONE

    Before we’re even born, our bodies create a molecule called Glutathion (GSH) to defend against violent attackers like free radicals, chemical toxins and heavy metals. As we age, our Glutathione levels are depleted by everyday trauma encountered by the cells including exertion, physical and emotional stress, poor diet and the lack of sleep.
    All over the world, scientist and medical researchers have been searching for a perfect solution for the enhancement of Glutathione in the human and have provided little results until the RiboCein technology was discovered. The name RiboCeine is a combination of “Ribose” and “Cysteine”

    RiboCeine is a breakthrough compound which is designed to effectively protect and deliver the fragile Cysteine molecule to the cell. Cysteine is often in limited supply in the body, but is an essential component needed for the production of Glutathione, the body’s master antioxidant.

    If Glutathione is so important, WHY HAVEN’T MOST PEOPLE HEARD OF IT?
    On his popular television show, Dr. Oz called glutathione , “The most powerful antioxidant you have never heard of.” He then asked Dr. David Katz, the Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Centre, why have most people never heard of Glutathione? In essence Dr. Katz replied that most people hadn’t heard of Glutathione because it’s the antioxidant that is produced by the body itself.

    Glutathione is produced by every cell in the human body. It is the primary protector and detoxifier of the cells. To understand its importance, consider these facts:
    Every cell in your body would die prematurely.
    The entire defense (immune) system of your body would surrender and cease to function.
    Your liver, which cleanses all of the toxins you ingest or inhale could no longer cleanse any poison or toxin, as Glutathione is responsible for detoxification.
    Oxygen based life (human) would be impossible.
    Glutathione is the critical key to the life, health, performance and longevity of every human cell… and that’s just the beginning. It’s almost impossible to overstate the importance of Glutathione. It is the cells first line of defense against the most violent attackers, namely free radicals, chemical toxins, radiation and heavy metals. In fact it is your body’s first line of defense against the toxins that enters your body through the food you eat and the liquid you consume.

    The cells in your lungs use Glutathione to try to eliminate the air pollutants and countless other toxins you breathe before they are transported throughout your body. The liver cells use Glutathione as their purifier to detoxify your blood. Your eye and skin cells use Glutathione to protect themselves against radiation. Every cell and organ in the body needs Glutathione to survive.


    The continuous attacks on your cells- the invasion of toxins and heavy metals, exposure to radiation and free radicals can lower our levels of Glutathione. Cells are easily damaged and thereby losing their ability to function optimally. The ageing process is also accelerated. As energy levels fall on the one hand, inflammation levels increases and all of the cells, tissues and organs pay a heavy price.

    Hypertention, Heart Disease & Stroke Skin Conditions
    Sickle Cell Disease High Cholesterol
    Cataract & Glaucoma Osteoarthritis
    Alzheimer’s & Memory Loss Cancer
    Male & Female Infertility Hepatitis B/ Hepatitis C
    Erectile Dysfunction Asthma
    Diabetes Mellitus Chronic Fatique
    Kidney Disease Gastritis (stomach Ulcer)
    1. It is the most abundant antioxidant manufactured by the human body. It is the Master of sequestering free radicals.

    2. It is the only antioxidant that recycles itself after it has neutralized a free radical.

    3. It recycles ingested antioxidant including Vitamin C, Vitamin E as well as Alpha Lipoic Acid after they have been utilized.
    4. It maintains healthy oxidant-reductant levels of the cells (cellular redox homeostasis).

    5. It reduces hemoglobin to a plus 2 state so that it can accept oxygen and carry it to the cells.

    6. It helps support a healthy immune system.

    7. It protects the DNA in the nucleus of the cell.

    8. It protects the Mitochondrial DNA of the cell.

    9. It reduces Lipid Peroxides formed by the oxidation of fats.

    10. It transports Amino Acids from outside of the cell into the cell, allowing protein biosynthesis to take place.

    11. It is the first line of protection against environmental and chemical toxins.

    12. It is a major sequestering agent of heavy metals.

    Cellgevity contains Max International patented RiboCeine technology, a special blend of D-Ribos and L-Cysteine, clinically proven to deliver cysteine effectively to the cell. D-Ribose is used by the cells to create energy, and L-Cysteine is an important building block used by the cells to create Glutathione.
    The most advanced Glutathione technology available, 300% more effective than the next best alternative, RiboCeine is the result of 25 years of research, 22 peer-reviewed articles and 38 patents and patents pending.
    Cellgevity combines Riboceine with 12 other powerful ingredients to more effectively enhance the production and function of Glutathione within your body. These ingredients are as follows:
    Aloe Extract Quercetin

    Resveratrol Milk Thistle

    Broccoli Seed Extract Vitamin C

    Alpha Lipoic Acid Selenomethionine

    Tumeric Root Extract Cordyceps

    Grape Seed Extract Black Pepper

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    _…where reproach and barrenness change to glory…_


    Infertility happens when a couple cannot conceive after having regular unprotected sex.
    It may be that one partner cannot contribute to conception, or that a woman is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. It is often defined as not conceiving after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without the use of birth control .
    Worldwide, 8 to 12 percent of couples experience fertility problems. Between 45 and 50 percent of cases are thought to stem from factors that affect the man.
    Treatment is often available.

    *Causes in men*
    The following are common causes of infertility in men:

    *Semen and sperm*
    Sometimes the sperm cannot travel effectively to meet the egg.
    Semen is the milky fluid that a man’s penis releases during orgasm. Semen consists of fluid and sperm. The fluid comes from the prostate gland, the seminal vesicle, and other sex glands.
    The sperm is produced in the testicles.
    When a man ejaculates and releases semen through the penis, the seminal fluid, or semen, helps transport the sperm toward the egg.

    *The following problems are possible:*
    *Low sperm count:* The man ejaculates a low number of sperm. A sperm count of under 15 million is considered low. Around one third of couples have difficulty conceiving due to a low sperm count.
    *Low sperm mobility (motility):* The sperm cannot “swim” as well as they should to reach the egg.
    *Abnormal sperm:* The sperm may have an unusual shape, making it harder to move and fertilize an egg.
    If the sperm do not have the right shape, or they cannot travel rapidly and accurately towards the egg, conception may be difficult. Up to 2 percent of men are thought to have suboptimal sperm.
    Abnormal semen may not be able to carry the sperm effectively.
    This can result from:
    *A medical condition: This could be a testicular infection, cancer , or surgery.
    *Overheated testicles: Causes include an
    undescended testicle , a varicocele, or varicose vein in the scrotum, the use of saunas or hot tubs, wearing tight clothes, and working in hot environments.
    *Ejaculation disorders: If the ejaculatory ducts are blocked, semen may be ejaculated into the bladder
    *Hormonal imbalance: Hypogonadism, for example, can lead to a testosterone deficiency.

    *Other causes may include:*
    *Genetic factors:* A man should have an X and Y chromosome. If he has two X chromosomes and one Y chromosome, as in Klinefelter’s syndrome, the testicles will develop abnormally and there will be low testosterone and a low sperm count or no sperm.
    *Mumps:* If this occurs after puberty ,
    inflammation of the testicles may affect sperm production.
    *Hypospadias:* The urethral opening is under the penis, instead of its tip. This abnormality is usually surgically corrected in infancy. If the correction is not done, it may be harder for the sperm to get to the female’s cervix. Hypospadias affects about 1 in every 500 newborn boys.
    *Cystic fibrosis:* This is a chronic disease that results in the creation of a sticky mucus. This mucus mainly affects the lungs, but males may also have a missing or obstructed vas deferens. The vas deferens carries sperm from the epididymis to the ejaculatory duct and the urethra.
    *Radiation therapy:* This can impair sperm production. The severity usually depends on how near to the testicles the radiation was aimed.
    *Some diseases:* Conditions that are sometimes linked to lower fertility in males are anemia , Cushing’s syndrome, diabetes, and thyroid disease.

    Some medications increase the risk of fertility problems in men.
    *Sulfasalazine:* This anti-inflammatory drug can significantly lower a man’s sperm count. It is often prescribed for Crohn’s disease or rheumatoid arthritis . Sperm count often returns to normal after stopping the medication.
    *Anabolic steroids:* Popular with bodybuilders and athletes, long-term use can seriously reduce sperm count and mobility.
    *Chemotherapy:* Some types may significantly reduce sperm count.
    *Illegal drugs:* Consumption of marijuana and cocaine can lower the sperm count.
    Age: Male fertility starts to fall after 40 years.
    *Exposure to chemicals:* Pesticides, for example, may increase the risk.
    *Excess alcohol consumption:* This may lower male fertility. Moderate alcohol consumption has not been shown to lower fertility in most men, but it may affect those who already have a low sperm count.
    *Overweight or obesity:* This may reduce the chance of conceiving.
    *Mental stress:* Stress can be a factor, especially if it leads to reduced sexual activity.
    Laboratory studies have suggested that long-term acetaminophen use during pregnancy may affect fertility in males by lowering testosterone production. Women are advised not to use the drug for more than one day.

    (Written by:
    Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana O.
    GVM Chief Gynaecologist
    08037515187, 07059515354)

    GVM fertility centre is a natural herbal fertility centre with notable unusual expertise in natural herbs for infertility treatments without any surgical operation for age range of between 40 to 75 years. At GVM all sort of infertility ailments are treated. We are specialist in natural fertility and IVF treatment.

    We treat all type of infertility cases with natural herbs and modern diagnostic machines. We dissolve fibroids and tube blockage without any surgical operation no matter the size. Our IVF treatment has over 90% success guaranteed.

    At GVM fertility centre, there has been series of women of ages between 47, 55 and 64 whom got delivered and healed from infertility ailments, conceived and delivered safely after treatment without any surgical operation. Also with men of ages ranging between 40, 50 and 73 who by Gods grace got treated and healed from low/no sperm count at all, weak erection and the likes.

    Age has never been a barrier in both males and in females at GVM Fertility Centre, because God is our healer.

    For any issue regarding infertility in both male and female. Infertility Diseases like;
    – Fibroid treated without operation
    – Female fertility treatment
    – Male fertility treatment
    – No sperm at all treatment
    – Low sperm count treatment
    – Ovarian cyst treatment
    – Blocked tube treatment (female)
    – No menses correction and treatment
    – Endomentrous
    – Weak erection without operation
    – Hypertension and stroke
    – Infection treatment
    – Ann ovulation
    – Endocrine
    – Endometriosis
    – Detoxification
    – No egg treatment (female)
    – Base kit
    – Herbal soap
    – Irregular menses
    – Scan
    – Blood group check
    – Sperm count and culture
    – Genotype
    – Urine culture
    – Fasting blood sugar test
    – Random blood sugar test
    – Imbalance semen
    – Inaccurate semen
    – Liver
    – Ovulation tracking
    – IVF treatment
    – And many other diseases responsible for infertility.
    All these are treated without surgical operation…

    Enough is enough; it’s high time you too become a parent of your own children. Visit GVM fertility Centre today and your barrenness shall become history. At GVM Fertility Centre our testifiers have been speaking for us for decades. God is our healer. Come and you shall be fruitful.

    For more enquiries regarding any infertility issues, contact GVM Chief Gynaecologist (Dr Osiyemi Abosede Christiana) by dropping your enquiries on the (Dr) Whatsapp account through 08037515187 07059515354 or Call. For more details / information

    Headquarter Ibadan Address: Temitope Bus Stop, Behind Total Filling Station. Old Ife Road Adegbayi Ibadan Oyo State Nigeria.

    Locate and contact GVM fertility Center Lagos branch through (Dr Mercy Ogunmola Akintunde) GVM Lagos Gynaecologist on 08104977655, 07039174817(Both call and Whatsapp). For detailed enquiries on infertility issues and treatment
    Lagos Address: No 7 Oladiipo Dunmoye Street, Oke Ira Nla. Langbasa Etiosa Local Government Ajah Lagos State Nigeria.

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    ”Bad Boys” Planning To Attack Banks – Police

    Benue State Commissioner of Police, Ene Okon, has raised the alarm that some unscrupulous elements were planning to invade and attack some second generation banks in the state ahead of the Yuletide season.

    CP Ene, who disclosed this to newsmen, on Thursday, said intelligence report had it that the bad boys were moving from the eastern part of Nigeria to attack a bank in the state but assured that the command had gone ahead to fortify all banks in the state security wise to nip the planned attack in the bud.

    He also maintained that the command had put in place a robust security measure to ensure a smooth and rancour free Christmas celebration.

    “We got information that some bad boys are moving from the east to attack a second generation bank in the state and as such the command has fortified all banks in Benue State security-wise.

    “Immediately we got the information about the plan by those bad boys to attack the bank, we swung into action by visiting all the banks in the state with the information and also held meetings with them and directed that they should to mount Closed Circuit Television (CCT) in and around their banks premises.

    “Towards this end, we have put in place a joint patrol team that would cut across every nooks and crannies of the state, made up of the police as the leading agency, the DSS, Air force, Army, Navy and the Civil Defence.

    “And on September 2, I called all the Divisional Police Officers and all the Area Commanders together to prepare Christmas and New Year operational order tagged ‘Ember Months Operation Order’ covering the entire place.”

    The Police Commissioner explained further that the team would start to go round the state as from December 20, 2019 to the end of January, 2019 to ensure peace and order in the whole state.


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    Kleptomania: Actress Yetunde Akilapa Arrested Again In Lagos!

    Barely five months after being docked for serial stealing, Nollywood actress, Yetunde Akilapa, has been Arrested again

    Yetunde was nabbed, today, at Ajao estate, off Oluwalogbon, Ketu, Lagos State, while trying to gain access into a house, with her set of master keys.

    She was subsequently dragged to a police station in the area, to prevent jungle justice.

    Back in July, 2018, the 32-year-old actress was dragged before an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court and charged with burglary and stealing valuables worth N7 million. .

    Police Prosecutor Benson Emuerhi had told the court that the accused committed the offences on June 27 at Mutairu Street, Shangisha, Ketu, at 2.10 p.m. .

    According to him, the accused was apprehended while trying to enter the apartment of the complainant, Adeboye Lamidi.

    The prosecutor also alleged that the accused, on Nov. 16, 2015 at 3.00 p.m. broke into the residence of one Oyinlola Tuga by unlocking the door with a master key. .

    Tuga, who lives at Ayodele Okeowo St., Gbagada Soluyi in Lagos, reported that the accused stole jewellery, bags and other valuables worth N7 million.

    Yetunde Akilapa arrested for robbery by the police in Alade, Somolu, Lagos in February 2013. She was sent to the Kirikiri Prison and after a few months, she regained her freedom in November 2013. .

    In Jan. 12, 2014, she was again caught trying to steal with a bunch of master keys hidden in her brassiere at a house in Magodo Phase 2.

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    EFCC Arraigns Dangote Staff For Alleged N15m Fraud

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Lagos office, on Thursday, December 6, 2018, arraigned Adewale Dalmeida, Ibrahim Lawal and Lukman Adam, who are employees of Dangote Cement, Ibese, Ogun State, and one Afeez Olaniba before Justice O. J. Bamgbose of the High Court of Ogun State, Abeokuta on a two-count charge bordering on conspiracy and stealing to the tune of N15m (Fifteen Million Naira). This is according to a statement released by the anti-graft agency. Read part of the statement below.

    The complainant, Dangote Cement, alleged that Dalmeida, a Fleet Analyst; Lawal, Chief Driver; Adam, a Ghanaian driver and Olaniba, who is an agent of a contractor to the company, diverted nine trucks carrying 800 bags of cement each valued at over N15m.

    The defendants were said to have diverted the trucks carrying the bags of cement, which were meant for the company’s customers in Togo, using fake identification cards and number plates.

    Count one reads: ” That you, Adewale Dalmeida, Ibrahim Lawal, Afeez Olaniba and Lukman Adam, between May and August, 2018 at Ibese, within the jurisdiction of this honourable Court, conspired amongst yourselves to commit felony, to wit: stealing of the sum of N15, 940, 800.00 00 (Fifteen Million, Nine Hundred and Forty Thousand, Eight Hundred Naira) property of Dangote Cement Place”.

    The suspects pleaded not guilty to the charge when it was read to them.

    In view of their pleas, the prosecution counsel, Idris Mohammed, asked the court for a trial date and also prayed that the defendants be remanded in prison custody.

    The prosecution counsel also told the court that the defendants had not filed any application for bail before the court.

    Consequently, counsels to the defendants prayed the court to move oral application for bail on behalf of their clients, arguing that “they have been in the EFCC custody since September.”

    The defence counsels further urged the court to remand the defendants in the EFCC custody pending the hearing of their bail applications.

    However, the prosecution counsel opposed the prayers of the defence counsels to remand the defendants in the EFCC custody

    Justice Bamgbose remanded the defendants in Ibara Prison custody, Abeokuta, Ogun State and adjourned till December 17, 2018 for hearing of the bail applications and commencement of trial.


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    Unilorin Student’s Suicide Was Drug Induced – Management

    The management of the University of Ilorin has debunked media reports that one of its students, Mr. Adigun Emmanuel Adewale of the Faculty of Agriculture, who committed suicide last Thursday (November 29, 2018) resorted to the unsavory action to ventilate his frustration over his failure in his final year project.

    In a statement signed by its Director of Corporate Affairs, Mr. Kunle Akogun, and made available to newsmen on Thursday (December 6, 2018), the University said that painstaking investigations revealed that the late Mr. Adigun took his own life as an eventual culmination of his pathetic drug addiction, which he must have unwisely adopted to address the prolonged depression he suffered as a result of personal challenges he could not bear.

    Some close friends of the late Mr. Adigun revealed that the obviously depressed student had unsuccessfully attempted suicide thrice, having publicly expressed profound regret, on many occasions, that it was his “nagging younger sister” that was sponsoring his education.

    He was further reported to have lamented that it would be too difficult for him to approach the same younger female sibling for the needed finances to complete his extended stay on campus as a result of his failure in several core courses!

    The University added that, contrary to the speculations that the deceased, with a CGP of 2.72 and failed results in 7 different courses, which accounted for his non-graduation in the last academic session, could neither be said to be academically outstanding nor on the verge of completing any research project.

    The University made it clear that the late Mr. Adigun, who hailed from Oyo State, never completed the series of enabling experiments that would have given him the data needed for his research and that he took his life while he was expected to complete registration formalities, a prerequisite for his retake of all the courses he had earlier failed!
    The statement added that when a senior academic staff of the deceased’s Department of Agronomy got wind of the late Mr. Adigun’s psychological problem through their interactions, she offered series of assistance to him to avert the regrettable consequence.

    It was added that his alleged drug addiction, courtesy of peer group influence, frustrated all the rehabilitative assistances that were rendered to him to the awareness, admiration and appreciation of his family members.

    The University said that some of the measures taken by the management and good-spirited members of staff to soothe the nerves of the deceased included a 4-week intensive rehabilitation at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, courtesy of the Professor, who also adopted him as her Mentee; the facilitation of hostel accommodation for him on campus through the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Prof. Gbadebo Olaoye; and a soft loan granted him by the same Mentor, even while she (the Mentor) was in far-away Nairobi, Kenya, some days to the incident to settle his school fees.

    . Mr. Akogun added that despite all these rehabilitative efforts to place the deceased in the right frame of mind, Adigun still resorted to the despicable act of suicide to the consternation of all those who assisted him one way or the other.

    The University insisted that there is no iota of truth in the media reports that the suicide had anything to do with the deceased’s academic challenges at the University of Ilorin, adding that it is a “manifested testimony” of the increasing danger of drug addiction and peer pressure as it was reliably gathered that a son of his landlady, who was also his friend, schooling in a sister tertiary institution in Ilorin, also terminated his own life in similar circumstance not quite long ago.

    While the University commiserated with the late Mr. Adigun’s family over the unfortunate incident, it appealed to parents, relations and guardians to be up and doing in their responsibilities to their children and wards so that they (the children) would grow up to live a decent life.

    The University, while assuring stakeholders of its commitment to the provision of qualitative education and other forms of services to its students, urged the media to always verify their stories before going on air or rushing to the press and never based their reportage on hearsay so as to prevent the misrepresentation of facts.


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    JAMB 2019-things To Consider When Choosing A Course


    I want to be a doctor because my daddy or my brother is a doctor, therefore i must study medicine, I want to be a Lawyer because my sister or mum is a lawyer, therefore i must study Law. 

    The above statement has become an anthem in almost every aspirants lip, no wonder Medicine and Law are the most sought courses in every university in Nigeria, where you see over 10,000 aspirants competing for 100 quota ( survival for the fittest).

    In this post, i want to discuss the things to be considered in choosing the right course in JAMB 2019. This post will open your eye to see if you are academically fit for the fierce competition for Medicine or Law.

    Choosing a career/course for yourself is one of the most difficult task that will decide your future. If you get it wrong now, you will get it wrong forever. That’s why i will always advise anyone to think before settling down for a career/course that will determine your success in the future.


    In this post, i will be stating out reasons on;
    Things you should not consider when choosing a career/course.

    Things to consider when choosing a career/course.

    But before going into those outlines above, i want you to know something which might be of importance to you. I want you to know what eventually happens when you choose the wrong career/course and when you choose the right career/course.

    When you choose the wrong course;

    -You won’t have a clear vision or plans for your future.
    -You will be full of regrets ( had i known)
    -You will look confused since you have no clear plans for your future.
    -You won’t love your career/course since it is not what you love to do.
    -You will feel unsuccessful.

    When you choose the right course;

    -You will surely have clear plans for your future.
    -Since you have clear plans for your future, you won’t be confuse.
    -You will feel successful even when you have not attain success.
    -You will love your career since it is what you love to do (passion).
    -Honestly, you will be filled with happiness all through your life.

    Looking at those things i listed above, i am very certain you will love to choose the right course/career. Who doesn’t want a fulfilled career? Of course, everyone want to be successful one way or the other, i assure you that reading this post will be the beginning of your success.

    Now let us go into the post outline for this topic, i hope you are reading attentively because this is where you will know how to choose a career/course.


    The Career/Course is Lucrative: Choosing a career/course because it is lucrative is a bad start for you. Please don’t get me wrong, i didn’t say it is wrong to choose a lucrative career/course but all I’m saying is that choosing a course “just” because it is very lucrative in which you don’t have passion for, is wrong. For instance, a student best subject is physics and in addition to that, the student is allergic to seeing blood, it shows that medicine and surgery is not his/her career. Be wise!!!

    The Career is Popular: Alot of students nowadays prefer to choose popular courses like medicine and surgery or law simply because it is a popular course. The truth is that there are alot of doctors regretting why they opted in for medicine and surgery, and this only happen when you choose a career/course for the wrong reasons other than having passion for the career/course. Courses like biochemistry, microbiology etc are very good courses to choose, why waste your time pursuing medicine and surgery that is always highly competitive. Choose a career/course because you have passion and knowledge about it and not because it is popular.

    Family influence : I have seen families dictates for their children the kind of course they want them to study. Most times, they will want their children to study the course they studied in school or popular courses like medicine and surgery or law or banking and finance. This kind of situation can be so frustrating because i have once experience it , but how did i solve the problem? I had to sit my parents down and tell them that the course they want me to study is my weakness, that i will fail woefully in that course. Pour your mind out to them, make them see reasons why you can’t study the course. Take a decision today that will make you happy tomorrow because your family won’t be there for you forever.


    Know your strength and weakness: [/b]Most students have their strengths and weaknesses one way or the other. It is rare for a student to be good in all areas. For instance, you might be good in mathematics (strength) and be finding biology very difficult (weakness). All this are important factors when deciding your course/career.

    [b]Your best subject: This also play a vital role when choosing your course/career. For instance, if your best subjects are physics and mathematics, then you should focus on courses based on those two subjects like engineering course. Knowing your best subject will restrict you from choosing courses that are not relevant, for instance, a student that love mathematics and physics but detest biology and chemistry should know that he/she should remove courses like medicine and surgery from the option when choosing a course/career.

    Your goals: I expect every average student to have a goal, i mean a life plan. You should find time to ask yourself what you really want to be in future, you can also seek advice from your parents or professional in different field , by doing this, you will garner more knowledge about the course/career you really want to study.

    Your passion:
     The whole list will be incomplete with this, passion. Choosing a course/career must be based on your passion. Ask yourself this questions; do i really want this course? Do i have any skills related to this course? Give an answer to these questions and you will be good to go. Everything is all about passion because you will easily get frustrated if you choose a course/career you don’t have passion for. Check yourself!!!

    Let me engage you in a quick exercise by asking you some questions and i will be glad you give your answers in the comment box below.

    -What is your best subject?
    -What course do you wish to study?
    -Why did you prefer that course?
    -Does the course correlate with your best subject?
    -Apart from that course, what other course do you prefer?


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    Aftermath Of Oluwo’s Defection: We’ve No Secret Deal With Ambode – Lagos PDP

    By Emmanuel Aziken,

    The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Lagos State has denied a secret pact with Governor Akinwunmi Ambode to self-destruct the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC in the state.

    The assertion by the PDP came as the APC in Lagos State yesterday decried the immediate past commissioner for energy, Mr. Olawale Oluwo as an opportunist who repeatedly sought to use the APC platform to promote his family interests.

    The Oluwo caused a stir on Wednesday when he announced his resignation from the Akinwunmi Ambode administration and also defected from the APC to the PDP. His resignation had given vent to speculations of a secret pact between Ambode and the PDP that would see the governor remain in the APC and at the last minute throw support and logistics behind the PDP as revenge against his party for making him the first sitting governor of Lagos State to be denied a return ticket.

    Mr. Felix Oboagwina, the director of media of the Jimi Agbaje governorship campaign rebuffing the assertion in an interview with Vanguard said: “Those are conjectures, those are theories, it doesn’t necessarily have to be true, but what can be said is that this was a marriage of convenience and it was bound to collapse and we are seeing the beginning of the end of that edifice that was put together just for a tyrannical purpose.”

    Asserting that the APC was built on fraud, he said: “We have always known that his former party is one that does not stand for internal democracy neither does it stand for external democracy as manifested in the primaries that recently held which left a bitter taste in the mouth of members of the party and the public. “So, it didn’t come as a surprise, it was just a matter of time.

    It indicates the beginning of the collapse of that marriage of convenience that was put in place just to remove the former government. It is just the beginning and we are expecting more. See what happened in Imo State also “We are expecting more of that to happen. When people come together in tyranny after destroying their common enemy, the next thing is that they begin to destroy one another.

    So, anyone who has common sense would now begin to run away from this drowning Titanic.” The APC, however, rebuffed the claim as it accused Oluwo of serial opportunism despite the faithfulness of the party to him. The APC in a statement issued by its publicity secretary, Mr. Joe Igbokwe said: “It is on record that Oluwo first made an attempt to reap from the challenges of internal party democracy in our progressive movement when he teamed up with one of the losers in the 2007 primaries of the Action Congress to stop Babatunde Fashola’s sure victory at the polls. The unfortunate political adventurism failed woefully.

    “However, in the conventional demonstration of mercy and forgiveness, Oluwo’s principal, Sen. Tokunbo Afikuyomi was accommodated in the second term cabinet of Governor Babatunde Fashola as the Commissioner for Tourism. “A similar milk of mercy and kindness led to the consideration Of Oluwo as a member of the Lagos State Executive Council under Governor Akinwunmi Ambode in the hope that he has purged himself of opportunism, disloyalty and vaulting desperation for power. “Oluwo had hardly resumed as the Commissioner when he began his plot to use that office to advance his quest for political fiefdom.

    The object of his ambition was the positioning of his wife as the chairman of a local government. “However, alert party men and women raised alarm about his anti-party antecedents wondering why someone who recently joined the party would want to use his position as commissioner to impose his wife on the constituency.

    “The party rank and file aborted this abuse of power and reckless peddling of influence and everybody thought the lesson had been learnt. He, apparently, had not. As soon as the procedures for the general elections began, Oluwo once again became the only commissioner to seek his wife as the member of House of Assembly for Eti- Osa. “By now the pattern of his ambition had become clear.

    The intrigue that enabled him to make his wife the first- term commissioner’s wife to become the chairperson of the committee which organised the annual National Women Conference became clear. It was meant to achieve undeserved visibility. “This obnoxious attempt to deceive party members was again foiled and it is the aggravated frustration that has led to this defection.

    It has been necessary to put this in true context so as to dismiss the false and capricious insinuation that his resignation was in principled objection to the party’s last primaries. Far from it. He was only playing true to type, seeking as he had done in 2007 to reap from the primaries.”


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    Nobody Can Kill Me, Because I’m Already Dead – Adeboye

    By Sam Eyoboka & Olayinka Latona

    THE General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has advised Christians to stay connected to God to overcome life’s challenges and have dominion over all forces of darkness and sickness.

    Adeboye gave the admonition while delivering his sermon tagged: ‘A branch of the Life’, on the second day of the ongoing annual Holy Ghost congress of the church holding at the Redemption Camp, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

    Quoting copiously from the scriptures during the healing service, the man of God, explained that Jesus Christ is the Vine while every true believer is the branch and has God’s nature in him. Adeboye, however, urged participants to remain steadfast in the vine, stressing that God has assured them of doing greater works than He did while on earth.

    In his words: “Jesus Christ is the vine while we are the branches. He is the combination of divinity and humanity. As the vine is, so also the branches. “If you are a true Christian, you are a combination of humanity and divinity. You are human but you are made to partake in God’s divine nature and He will supply the needed strength, power that you need to do His works.

    Every branch of the vine can do what the vine can do”. Pastor Adeboye recalled how he went to toilet 23 times in a day after taking a meal during one of his missionary trips to an unnamed African country years ago, noting that it took God through the prayer of faith for him to be healed. According to him: “I did not know what I ate but I just saw myself going to toilet.

    After the 23rd time, I realized that I needed to tackle the matter prayerfully. But who will pray for me? I then laid my hands on myself and prayed. That was how I was healed.” He made reference to the healing while encouraging the congregation to pray for themselves, stressing that every child of God is a branch of the vine with both the human and divine nature.

    Adeboye narrated the story of how Jesus slept in a boat while there was a storm indicating the human nature in him while He was on earth. “But the same Jesus who slept, rose up to rebuke the wind, indicating his divine nature. Jesus was fully human and fully divine when he was on earth.” He said further that since believers are extensions of Jesus as his branches “we share divine nature and are capable of doing what God said we could do.

    As long as we are linked to him and connected to him we have the capacity to do all that he said we could do. “I once told my children that nobody can kill me because I am already dead. I have been crucified with Christ nevertheless I live. Because Jesus is living in the believer, his blood flows in the believer. On the outside it may not appear to be so, but in actual fact the blood that is flowing in you is the blood of Jesus.

    Revelation 12:10-11, indicates that the blood has enough power to overcome the devil. If only you can believe, the blood that is flowing in you now can overcome any germ, virus or deadly thing,” he said. Adeboye noted that there are several things that science cannot explain because those things are not happening in the realm of humanity, they are happening in the divinity. Recalling how a doctor who was at the verge of death was healed by taking a Holy Communion, he said, “Whatever is called sickness or disease will be consumed by the Blood of Jesus.

    Because Christ is in you and the Blood is flowing in your vein, sickness is not permitted in you.” The RCCG General Overseer, who said he just returned from a missionary trip to some West African countries, told the participants that they have the capacity to do what He could do because the same spirit that resides in Him also resides in them as long as they belong to Jesus. According to him, “you can from here go home and be healing the sick. The same capacity that I have you have as long as you yield yourselves to God,” stressing “the Bible did not say the signs will only follow the General Overseer but those who believe.

    “Some also think they don’t have enough faith to do certain things. I used to believe that everything in the Bible is true but I believe I could not do those things because I did not have enough faith. Then I would fast and ask God to increase my faith. But the Lord sat me down one day and asked me some questions.

    ”He asked me, ’son, do you believe there is God?’ I said yes. ’Have you seen him before?‘ I kept mute. ’How then do you know there is God? Do you believe that Jesus is the son of God?‘ I said I believe and he asked were you there when he was born? I kept quiet and he kept on asking some other questions and said why are you then saying you don’t have faith?

    “It takes strong faith to believe that there is God, that Jesus is the son of God and that He is coming again. If you believe those things, you have the faith you need to make the impossible happen,” Adeboye stated.

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     Sex Enhancing Drugs: Man Sent Away From Home For Demanding Too Much Sex 


    The police at Ikotun Division, Lagos, have ordered a man, one Solomon Uduchukwu, who took sex enhancing drugs to sleep witb his wife, Ijeoma, to leave his matrimonial home in order to save her life and for the protection of their two children.

    P.M.EXPRESS gathered it was the temporary measure taken by the police to maintain peace between the couple.

    Last week, Solomon Uduchukwu chased his wife, Ijeoma and his two children away because the wife refused him sex after she discovered that Solomon usually took sex enhancing drugs before sleeping with her.

    Ijeoma alleged that after Solomon took those enhancing drugs, he would make love to her for over two hours and at a time she said she almost died in the process because of long period of sex.

    She then investigated what made him to stay much longer unlike in the past and discovered that he was taking enhancing drugs before the romps.

    As usual, Solomon took the drugs and attempted to touch Ijeoma but she refused and told him that she will never allow him to sleep with her because he was taking drugs.

    In the morning, Solomon chased her and their two children away from the house, locked up the place claiming that he no longer wanted them.
    The action attracted the attention of the neighbours and an NGO who reported the matter to the police.

    When our correspondent visited their house at Prophet Amowo Street, Onitire bus stop in Abaranje, Ikotun area of Lagos, both the wife and children were stranded outside before the police came, forced the door open and took them back to the house.

    It was later that Solomon went to the police station and was told by the police to find a place to stay because his action had affected the children and wife who were afraid to see him in the house.

    When our reporter contacted Ijeoma, she confirmed that Solomon had stayed clear from the house as directed by the police but that the matter has not been concluded yet at the police station.

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    Singer Simi So Embarrassed As American TV Host Mocks Buhari, Nigeria Over Clone Rumor 

    “We Don’t Deserve This” – Popular Nigerian Singer Cries Out After American TV Mocked Buhari For Being a Clone(Video)

    By Wisdom Nwedene

    Popular Nigerian Singer, Simi has reacted after American TV Host, Jimmy Kimmel mocked President Muhammad Buhari for being a clone.

    Recall that for a while now, there had been allegations that after President Muhammadu Buhari arrived from a medical vacation, he was cloned by a “Jibril from Sudan”.

    Rumours have been circulating that the President was cloned and that the man who is presiding over the affairs of the country is one Jibril from either Sudan or Chad.

    Apparently, the allegations gained international media attention and popular talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel made a joke out of it in his recent show where he insinuates that the president is actually cloned.

    A video of a segment of him pouncing on the President was shared on Twitter with the caption,

    Is Nigerian President @MBuhari a clone

    Nigerian singing sensation, Simi, upon seeing the video was appalled by it and quoted it saying Nigerians don’t deserve the embarrassment.

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     Senate Minority Leader, Olujimi Reveals Why Atiku Will Defeat Buhari 

    The Senate Minority Leader, Senator Biodun Olujimi, has said that Nigerians have no credible alternative to the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, in next year’s presidential poll.

    Olujimi, who is the PDP senatorial candidate for Ekiti South, stated this on Wednesday.

    Represented by her campaign director, Sanya Adesua, the lawmaker insisted the citizens have no reason to re-elect President Muhammadu Buhari, who is All Progressives Congress’ (APC) presidential candidate, on the basis of poor performance.

    Olujimi, who said Nigerians should vote in 2019 based on antecedent and what candidates were capable of delivering, said: “President Buhari does not have anything to campaign with as his achievements in the last four years. Maybe that is why he has been finding it difficult to address the citizens.

    “The situation in the country at present requires a leader with vision to put things right. That is where the PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, comes in.

    “For now, we have a president who cannot address Nigerians. We have a president with identity crisis. Evaluate the Buhari-led government for the past four years – look at the condition of roads across the country, look at electricity supply, consider water situation and the growing insecurity – you discover there is no reason to vote for Buhari.”

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