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Cubana Chief Priest To Join Protesting Students Over Lingering Strike

Cubana Chief Priest To Join Protesting Students Over Lingering Strike

Popular Instagram celebrity, Pascal Okechukwu, also known as Cubana Chief Priest, is set to join  Nigerian students in protesting against the lingering strike of the Academic Staff Union Of Universities Strike. Naija News reports that the celebrity barman took to his Instagram page to share videos of himself in the …

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BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ season reunion to premiere this June

BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ season reunion to premiere this June

The ‘Shine Ya Eye’ reunion will see all 26 housemates in attendance including: Angel, Peace, Jackie B, Tega, Arin, Maria, Liquorose, Beatrice, Princess, Saskay, Cross, JMK, and season winner Whitemoney. The show will see BBNaija host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu return as host. The show will premiere on June 2, 2022 to …

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Covid restrictions still in place for UK travellers in Europe

Families from the UK who are heading abroad for the spring half-term break continue to face a complex array of Covid testing requirements as restrictions for popular destinations remain in place. While the UK has relaxed all Covid travel restrictions, many other countries have retained a variety of test requirements …

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5 signs you’re consuming too much salt

5 signs you're consuming too much salt

Salt contains 40% sodium and 60% chlorine. Too much sodium can cause high blood pressure, kidney stones, and cardiovascular disease. Too little sodium can cause dizziness and hyponatremia. According to the World Health Organization, your daily intake of salt should not exceed 1.5g, or over half a teaspoon of table …

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Makinde presents 7 brand new vehicles to High Court judges

Makinde presents 7 brand new vehicles to High Court judges

”The state government gave some vehicles to some judges in 2021 and is also planning to provide more for Magistrates. “The vehicles are brand new and not manufactured in Nigeria. “Work is in progress to tar the state high court premises and meet the other needs of the judiciary,” he …

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