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Dear friend, if you think your inexperience, lack of choice location and start-up capital are enough reasons to be jobless and dejected, then you need to sit up and seriously consider going into bead jewellery making. This is because bead making is one of the cheapest business options that require little capital, a lot of creative potential and financial benefit.
The prospect of the business of bead-making is awesome. This could be attributed to the booming population, and keen desire by people, especially women, to look beautiful and fashionable. Again, the growing sense of pride in cultural identity and the impact of Nollywood, Africa’s biggest movie industry, is helping to spark the interest in African fashion. Hence, it is now very common to see both young and not-so-young Nigerians adorned in traditional attire and laced with bead jewellery at weddings, social engagements and traditional festivals. Also, the influx of tourists to Nigeria has given huge acclaim to the beauty and quality of these delicate art pieces.
The Nigeria communication commission (NCC) has officially released an emergency phone lines ( 112) to the public. This line is toll free . You are free to call the line in times of emergency. we all know that this has long over due, please let us not apply Nigerian factor by flashing, calling when there is no emergency, or even giving misleading information.
This is a very good development to our country so please don’t misuse it..
Call NCC Emergency phone number 112 any where in Nigeria ..its toll free
Direct membership registration is still going on at the Chartered Institute of Finance and Control of Nigeria. Below is list of benefits for members of this noble professional body.
Queensland – Australian media say a snake prevailed in a dire battle against a crocodile, having wrestled, constricted and eaten the reptile.
An eyewitness, Tiffany Corlis, caught on camera how a 10 -feat snake, probably a python, coiled itself around the crocodile and the two fought in the water. See more photos below:
This is strange, and she decided to open up about her situation because she needs help. Her cry below…
I am a nursing mother and wife. I get wet and sometime cum when I’m breastfeeding my 7 months old son who happens to be my first baby. When he sucklés my bréast… gosh!
What is happening to me? Are there other mothers out there who have had similar feelings? What can I do to stop this? Am I developing unhealthy séxual feelings for my own son or what is this? Please I need help!
This study shows that generally, women appear to be more invested in their relationships than men and that their happiness
According to social comparison theory, we do this in an attempt to make accurate evaluations of ourselves. But at what cost? While comparison can be a valuable source of motivation and growth, it can also spin us into a tail-chasing frenzy of self-doubt.
ONE often wonders why so many people in this day and age tend to have excess abdominal fat. The first thing that most people think of is that their extra abdominal fat is simply ugly, is covering up their abs from being visible, and makes them self conscious about showing off their body.However, what most people don’t realize is that excess abdominal fat in particular, is not only ugly, but is also a dangerous health risk factor.
Research has clearly demonstrated that although it is unhealthy in general to have excess body fat throughout the body, it is also particularly dangerous to have excess abdominal fat.If you care to know, there are two types of fat a man or woman could have in the abdominal area.
A shocking number of people think that it’s acceptable to comment on women’s bodies – curvy, skinny, short and tall alike. However, women who fall outside of the thin “ideal” face a specific type of weight discrimination. The comments often directed at these women make it glaringly clear that fat stigma is (sadly) still alive and well.
The term “plus-size” itself is a point of contention for many women. Obviously no one should be singled out for their body size, or treated differently because of their weight. But the fact remains that strangers, friends, family members and colleagues often feel empowered to comment on a woman’s size, especially when that size is not petite.
Lagos, Nigeria; 28th October, 2013: In line with promoting awareness for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Nigeria, the Lagos Court of Arbitration (LCA) has embarked on a radio programme, ‘City Legal’, which runs on Tuesdays by 10:00am and Thursdays by 05:30pm, on Smooth FM 98.1. Lagos,Nigeria.
The 15-minutes programme targeted as Large Corporations, Small and Medium Scale Business Owners, International Organisations, Consumers, among others, is created to enlighten and empower the public on ADR and the LCA’s role in bringing mediation and arbitration to the fore-front in dispute resolution.