Posted in Advice, Health & Fitness, Tips
on Jul 3rd, 2014
Ramadan is here again, it the time when Muslims all around the world set aside to fast, pray and maintain a holy life. During these periods, observers abstain from food within specific hours of the day (between sunrise and sunset) between 5am in the morning till around 7pm in the evening. It would be good practice while fasting, to keep both the mind and the body in top condition.
During fasting the body usually undergoes several metabolic and biological changes which requires some precautions taken before breaking a fast. Here are some of the precautions. First of all avoid taking heavy foods or...
Posted in Sports
on Jun 12th, 2014
The most anticipated event of the year is here , and there’s lots of excitement in the air. Why? Because the most popular sporting event in the world kicks off on 12 June 2014 – the 2014 Soccer World Cup Tournament . It features the worlds greatest teams, like the hosting Samba Boys of Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Spain, our very own Super Eagles and more.
Our Super Eagles are in Group F and will take on the likes of Argentina, Iran and Bosnia in the group stage.
The Super Eagles team is led by Stephen Keshi, the man who led them to victory at the African Nations Cup in South...
Posted in Celebrity, Fashion, Lifestyle
on Apr 24th, 2014
Ranking as one of the most stylish celebrities in Nigeria can be a very difficult feat. We have over a thousand Nigerian celebrities with good sense of star quality fashion sense. The Nigerian entertainment industry seems to be taking over the fashion world with wide range of exotic and exquisite apparels that will blow your mind.
This list is based on consistency in the fashion outfits of these celebrities. Here are the five most fashionable male celebrities:
The Koko master, as he is fondly called, is one of Nigerian top music legends known not only for his highly entertaining music, but also...
Posted in Food, Lifestyle
on Jan 16th, 2014
Nigeria is blessed with more than just natural resources like oil. It’s also home to some wonderful food reserves and local cuisine. It has a population of one hundred and sixty million (160,000,000) people and over five hundred languages from over two hundred ethnic groups scattered around the country.
Nigerian dishes are loved by all who have the courage to try them. For travellers and non-nationals it is an experience that you never forget, because once you take the first bite you simply can’t stop savouring the delectable dishes.
The variety in cuisine is highly influenced by location and...