Avoiding And Reversing High Blood Pressure

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Improving your blood flow and circulation is a vital key to living a healthier, longer and more youthful life. This is because your blood contains oxygen, proteins, enzymes, youthful hormones and other nutrients that will help heal and repair your body. It will also help in avoiding and reversing High Blood Pressure

Poor circulation is a common problem caused by a number of conditions. Poor circulation because of plaque buildup or thicker blood, will increase your blood pressure, increase cholesterol levels and of course, lead to a heart attack or stroke.

If you want to know the natural ways of avoiding and reversing high blood pressure download this free short report.

Slum2School Africa 2019 Global Volunteer Recruitment Is Here Again!!!

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We are super excited to inform you that the 2019/20 Global Volunteer Recruitment campaign has been launched and we can’t wait to have more exciting volunteers like you on board. This year we will also be recruiting volunteers globally as our expansion program into other African countries in ongoing. 

We would encourage you to maximize your volunteer experience with over 30 opportunities to work in the field, across our office, within your teams and also sharing this opportunity with your family, friends, and colleagues who share the same interests and have always wanted to become a volunteer.  

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How To Make Money As A Young Person

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When struck by misfortune and poverty, many people tend to seek succour in religion or fetish ideologies. To some people who never have the opportunity to become wealthy, money suddenly becomes evil. They usually console themselves with sayings, such as: “money can’t buy happiness”, and “money is not everything”. Quite often, people’s response to financial failure is unnecessary resentment.

Money matters. It always will. We must admit this. So what?

Before you give up and claim this as your destiny, remember even as religious people, we know there are ends and there are means to get to them. So, what happens to money making? Does any kind of religion in the world deny a man from seeking the bounty of the Lord? No! Whether religious or non-religious, good things of the world are there for man to enjoy. Why not probe into why money seems elusive?

It is understandable that getting rich in Nigeria seems to be an uphill task. The system seems rigged against us. We have a government that consumes up to half of that national resources, and corrupt politicians, who care little about the wellbeing of the citizens.

Many Nigerians face the daunting task of making a headway. Setting up a goal on money sure does require some courage. But like any other enterprise, getting rich has its dos and don’ts. As students and young people, we can arm ourselves with tips I have found workable.

First, let us admit we need money. This sounds simple but it’s a great deal. As many prefer to shy away from talking about it, it is never a good idea hiding what you are born with. Every human is destined to crave for convenience. Money buys some comfort. And to deny such is to be ashamed of how we are created. Nothing drives a man to success than a desire to succeed in anything. We must know this; it is a golden rule.

Secondly, we must save money. Remember, as a student, we started accumulating knowledge in ones and twos. The same thing goes for money. Unless some of us have wealthy parents from whom we can inherit property that can fetch us fortunes, there is a need to save the little we have if we want to have a foothold in the financial world. If not, we can be impoverished forever.

Let us kill that monstrous fear now and begin to save, possibly five to 10 per cent of money we have. That is how to get ourselves off the ground, even if we have no one to finance our ideas.

Thirdly, we must suspend desires and buy only what’s necessary. Benjamin Franklin said: “Beware of little expenses; a small leak will sink a great ship.” Most Nigerians live beyond their means of livelihood, believing, erroneously though, that money comes their way by accident and more will come. Well it does come by accident but goes by choice. Until we learn how to live below our source of income, most young people will always have a lean purse.

Investment is another key value we must imbibe. What obviously can we do with our savings? If we ever want cash to always flow in our direction, we must create for ourselves the kind of opportunity we create for others. That is, unless we have something we sell for others, the money we spend will never come back to us.

Make no mistake, investment does not necessarily have to be on buying and selling of goods. A worthy self-improvement pays even more dividends than material goods. Let us take a cue from writers, graphic designers, carpenters, public speakers, etc.

Let us continue to seek for knowledge. This is a must, if we want to improve our condition. Most start-ups lost their money to lack of knowledge. In an intellectual world, everyone who wishes to thrive must seek knowledge constantly to keep up with the pace of a fast-developing world, lest they would be consumed by leaping blindly or get duped by downright liars or fake advertisers. Knowledge gives us power.

Neither in today’s world nor in the past has long-term success ever favoured mediocrity. If it seems to thrive at first, it’s only a matter of time before it gets swallowed by the presence of the originals. Let’s make sure we always give our best to see the best result.

Lastly, we need to place a premium on human relationship. Nothing can be compared to good relationship among humans. No human loves to deal with robotic or emotionless human. Create a cordial atmosphere where people are free to engage you.

Flee From Copying The Wrong Things, Nentawe Yilwatda Goshwe Declares…..

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Kemi Badenoch

Following the appointment of 39-year old Kemi Badenoch mother of two who spent most of her childhood in Lagos. A software and IT engineer, who studied systems engineering at Sussex University and also has a law degree; erudite lecturer at the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi and Nigeria’s INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) for Benue state Dr. Nentawe Goshwe Yilwatda has this say. In his remark on a Facebook post, he said:

1. Nigeria and Nigerians must learn from this. You can live, contest and be appointed where you are best known 
2. Inclusivity of minorities to contest and be appointed. I can imagine the voting population of Nigerians in UK to deserve this “quota”. Some minorities can never be voted or appointed to certain position because of their voting population.
3. Diversity is the way forward and a lesson for Nigeria

We like copying the wrong things

Dr. Nentawe Goshwe Yilwatda

Kemi Badenoch has been the MP for Saffron Walden since 2017 and replaces Nadhim Zawahi who has moved to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch was born in Wimbledon to parents of Nigerian origin. Her childhood was spent in Lagos, Nigeria and the US before she moved back to the UK at the age of 16.

She once told MPs in Parliament about her own experiences of poverty and how she used to do her homework by candlelight.

A software engineer, Ms Badenoch studied systems engineering at Sussex University and also has a law degree. As well as IT, she has worked in the banking sector for Coutts and RBS and is a mother of two.

Tweeting about her appointment, Kemi Badenoch @KemiBadenoch posted on 29 July: ‘Thank you for all good wishes and kind messages of support received. I also look forward to working not just with @Conservatives colleagues but cross-party and grateful for the warm welcome from @TracyBrabin and @Steve ReedMP who no doubt will be keeping me on my toes!’

The minister’s responsibilities include early years policy including inspection and regulation. Her portfolio includes delivery of 30 hours free childcare offer, special educational needs including high needs funding, safeguarding in schools and disadvantaged pupils – including pupil premium and pupil premium plus.

In her 2017 maiden speech as MP, the daughter of a GP and a physiology professor, described the vote for Brexit as “the greatest ever vote of confidence in the project of the United Kingdom”.

Last week, Boris Johnson sacked Damian Hinds and appointed Gavin Williamson to replace him as education secretary.

Mr Johnson’s brother Jo Johnson has been appointed into the Department for Education as universities minister and is also a minister of state in BEIS. Anne Milton, the apprenticeships and skills minister in the DfE quit last week, prior to Mr Johnson taking office as PM. Nick Gibb has been reappointed as schools minister in the DfE.

You Are Invited To The 9th GTBank Austism Conference

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For the ninth year in a row, Africa’s foremost financial institution, Guaranty Trust Bank plc, will bring together some of the world’s leading experts in Autism for two days of critical discourse on supporting children and adults living with Autism in Africa. Organized as part of the GTBank’s Orange Ribbon Initiative, the Annual Autism Conference, will hold on the 30th and 31st of July 2019 at the MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos.

Themed, “Autism: Transitions, Vocational skills and The Role of Technology,” the Annual Autism Conference will bring to the fore the challenges facing children living with Autism as they grow into adulthood. The conference will feature presentations and keynote addresses on how to empower children and adults living with Autism to reach their full potential. Some of the facilitators include Dr. Loretta Burns, a leading expert in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders and the founder of ABE International Clinic; Dr. Tisa Hooper-Johnson, the Medical Director of the HFHS Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD), USA;  Janette Washington, a speech-language pathologist with nearly a decade of experience working with children living with autism and other special needs; and Ivie Emokpae, a qualified special needs coordinator from the Institute of Education London.

Following the Autism conference will be free one-on-one consultations for children with Autism and other developmental challenges, as well as counselling for parents and guardians. There will also be sessions for Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, Behaviour Analysis, Audiology, Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychiatry, Physiotherapy, and Occupational Therapy. These sessions will hold from Thursday August 1st to Tuesday August 6th, 2019 at Digital Village, Alausa, Lagos.

Commenting on the 9th Annual Autism Awareness Conference, Segun Agbaje, the Chief Executive Officer of Guaranty Trust Bank plc, said; “Children and adults living with autism often lack the support and vocational training that they need to develop critical life skills for leading independent and productive lives. As an organization that is passionate about uplifting the most vulnerable in our society, we will continue to empower people living with autism with all the support and resources that they need to reach their full potential.”

Guaranty Trust Bank plc is a Nigerian financial institution that has maintained a defined Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy since its inception in 1990. The Bank actively supports numerous programmes across Africa that positively affect Infant and Maternal Healthcare, Education, the Arts, Community Development and the Environment.

Life Is About Impacting Not About Incomes-1808 Foundation

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Free medical outreach, gifts, joy, charity equals to impact!

1808 Foundation recently organised a free medical outreach for over 1000 participants including physically challenged people at Karamagiji village, Abuja and indeed it was said to show love to another person is to see the face of God.

The Founder, Leader Joseph Onus was joined by other partners from Mercy Michael Foundation, Purple Billion Initiative and other well meaning Nigerians.

Check it on!