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13 Feb 2015
IT is another valentine season and so many people (especially men!) have agonized over what to give as gifts to their partners today.      You might have been recycling gift ideas in the past but this is going to help you with fresh, new ideas that you might not even have thought about! From…
Valentine
13 Feb 2015
DESPITE the eventual postponement of the presidential election by the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega, from February 14 to March 28, consumers, shopaholics and particularly the male demography of the Nigerian population, who are the major actors in the lovers’ shopping spree, have partly adduced the highly charged political…
13 Feb 2015
THE Newspaper Vendors Association Abuja (NVAA) has blamed online publications for the declining sale of newspapers in Nigeria in the past two years.    According to them, many people do not bother about buying the hard copies because the stories are already online where they are freely accessible, before papers hit the news. Online news…
13 Feb 2015
AGAINST the backdrop of the flurry of unhealthy and mudslinging political communication that has become prevalent in the Nigerian public space, the President of the Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria (AAAN), Mr Kelechi Nwosu, has implored politicians and their media advisers to show restraint and consideration for national unity.   In a statement released…
13 Feb 2015
AFTER 60 days of dishing out scintillating and unbelievable cash prizes of N60 million and a 2015 Range Rover Vogue to its teeming subscribers across the country, Airtel Nigeria, a leading telecoms service operator, has announced another promotional offering tagged Airtel Touching Lives.    Speaking on the promo, the Chief Executive and Managing Director of Airtel…
13 Feb 2015
THE leading source of news for marketing, media and advertising professionals, AdWeek magazine, has announced OMD as the Global Media Agency for the year 2014. The global media agency is represented in Nigeria by its local affiliate, mediaReachOMD, an IMS company led by Tolu Ogunkoya.   Adweek is a global news platform for marketing, media…
UGWU-14 2 15
13 Feb 2015
Former President of the Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) chapter, Dr Emeka Ugwu, is of the opinion   that parents’ sociological behaviour can make their children vulnerable to acute respiratory tract infections like pneumonia. The paediatrician stated that aside malnourished children, children who go to crèches are more likely to…
Widowhood-14-2-15
13 Feb 2015
A MAN loses his wife and is advised by friends and relatives to marry another almost immediately. Some wait for one year while others do it after 3 months. Some even start from funeral night, sleeping with their wife’s best friend who is already set to move in as madam; the society does not frown…
13 Feb 2015
WE are all not perfect neither are we all alike; as long as we are still on earth, life would keep throwing us odd curveballs and many different ways to botch a first impression. So, are there any second, first impressions? Are there second chances? Yes... some of the time. Whether the failed first impression…
13 Feb 2015
LAST week we discussed common Time Management mistakes an Event Planner could make and how to overcome them. Today in our series on Event Management best practices, we want to see another dimension to Time Management, which is accurate estimation of time and how it can affect event planning processes. Accurate time estimation is a…
13 Feb 2015
(Continued from last week) Baldness (topical) (Ancient Greece, Belize, India) Pediatric COLIC (Europe); infantile malnutrition (China); extracts of leaves used to stop children from biting fingernails (Caribbean); used by nursing mothers to purge a child (Europe); put on the breasts during weaning (Caribbean); infantile convulsions (adult and infantile) (China, India); irritability or dizziness (China); pertussis…
13 Feb 2015
THE evils of obesity are, indeed, very scary, and they are as bad as they come.    All over the world and in clinical practice particularly, obese individuals are no delights to medical or veterinary practitioners, because encounters with them always pose a lot of risks, especially when it concerns management of diseases.    It…

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