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I’m alive – Don Moen speaks out, debunks death rumour

I’m alive – Don Moen speaks out, debunks death rumour

Popular American singer, songwriter and global Evangelist, Don Moen has debunked the rumours that went viral of his death on Social media on Wednesday. The American worship leader who dispelled the death rumour in a tweet had posted a family photo self, his father, his own son and two of his grandchildren reportedly taken today. Though the

Food that may halt cancer, brain disease

The exotic names of olives—Moroccan, Kalamata, nicoise, picholine and Manzanilla—sound almost as good as these varieties of olives taste. But taste is only one of the reasons to enjoy them. Olives and olive oil have long been considered part of a heart-healthy or weight loss diet, but a new research shows that these foods may

Dignitaries Pay Last Respect As Prof. Borishade Laid To Rest In Usi Ekiti Amidst Tears & Tributes

Tears flowed freely as the remains of the former Minister of Education, Professor Babalola Borishade was finally laid to rest in his hometown in Usi-Ekiti, Ekiti State. Retrospectively, the accomplished septuagenarian, Borishade who steered the affairs of ministries of Aviation, Culture and Tourism as well as Steel and Power under Chief Olusegun Obasajo’s presidency, died

Ejaculating reduces prostate cancer risk

*Chemotherapy causes tumour to spread, grow back even more aggressive, new study finds *Treatments tailored to person’s individual mutations train immune system to attack disease Can ejaculating at least 21 times a month significantly reduces a man’s risk of prostate cancer? A new research by Harvard University, United States (U.S.), has found confirmed this compared

Gonorrhoea is becoming untreatable, WHO warns

Gonorrhoea infections are increasing, but doctors are running out of antibiotics that can fight the increasingly resistant bacteria causing the sexual disease, the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned on Friday. Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by bacteria called Neisseria gonorrhoeae or gonococcus. It is mainly found in discharge from the penis and

Common disinfectant found in soap and toothpaste could be causing antibiotic resistance, says reserach

Scientists have alerted that a common ingredient of soap and toothpaste could be causing antibiotic resistance and fuelling the spread of superbugs. According to the findings of a new research which was published in the ‘Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy’, triclosan, a chemical found in soap, toothpaste and cleaning products, could be making bacteria more immune

Elderstatesman Alhaji Maitama Sule dies in Egypt

A former Minister of National Guidance, Amb. Maitama Sule, is dead. Reports said Sule died on Monday morning in Egypt. The deceased, a hugely respected orator and diplomat, was a former Federal Commissioner of Public Complaints. He was also a presidential candidate of the defunct National Party of Nigeria (NPN) in 1979 but lost to

Aisha Buhari back in London to visit President

Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday left Nigeria for London, United Kingdom. The President, Muhammadu Buhari, had left for the United Kingdom since 7th of May to meet up follow up consultation with his doctors. Mrs. Buhari, few weeks back visited  her husband in London. A statement issued by Suleiman Haruna,