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How To Stay Mentally Stable With A Toxic Co-Worker
No matter where you work, you’re bound to come across a difficult coworker. And if you’re not careful, one individual could ruin your entire work experience—and perhaps even damage your career. Toxic coworkers can drain you of the mental strength you need to do your best—if you let them. But even with all of these,…
Super cop Cordelia Nwawe turns a year older
Top policewoman, Cordelia Nwawe is a year older today. DSP Nwawe popularly known as 'The Tigress' is a graduate of Law from the University of Benin. She hails from Ubulu-Unor, Aniocha South LGA, Delta State. The hardworking Police Officer was the First Female PRO of the Sokoto and Akwa-Ibom State Police Commands respectively. She is…
Verve hosts biggest fitness, fun and lifestyle event
Verve International continues to blaze the trail and inspire Nigerians to a lifestyle of fitness and wellness. On Saturday October 12, 2019, the pan-African innovative payment Card brand hosted fitness enthusiasts at Landmark Events Centre, Water Corporation Drive, Victoria Island with fun and wellness enhancing sessions at the event tagged: ‘Verve Life 3.0’. This year’s…
La Liga wants El Clasico moved from Barca’s Nou Camp over fears of unrest
La Liga has asked for El Clasico on October 26 to be moved from Barcelona’s Nou Camp stadium to Real Madrid’s Bernabeu over fears of civil unrest. There have been days of protest in Barcelona after nine Catalan separatist leaders were jailed on Monday
Emir praises sponsors as international fiesta braces for glamorous climax
The huge involvement of First Bank of Nigeria in the development of polo in the country and beyond has received official commendation from the Traditional Council of Katsina State.
How environmental toxins impair immune system over multiple generations
New research shows that maternal exposure to a common and ubiquitous form of industrial pollution can harm the immune system of offspring and that this injury is passed along to subsequent generations, weakening the body’s defenses against infections such as the influenza virus.
Police arrest six Bulgarian fans for racist abuse against England
Bulgarian police have identified 15 fans they suspect are responsible for subjecting black England players to racist abuse and arrested six of them. The nine not arrested are under police investigation, with three wanted.
UEFA punish Lazio with partial stadium closure over racism
Lazio’s stadium will be partly closed for their Europa League game against Celtic next month as punishment for racist behaviour by their fans. It is the first sanction announced by Uefa since European football’s governing body said the “football family” must “wage war on the racists”.
How host Japan became a Rugby force
So read many Japanese newspapers as the Brave Blossoms booked a place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals for the first time with a victory against Scotland. The Japanese public and media are waking up to the fact their national rugby team have become a force to be reckoned with on the biggest stage of all.
Global index finds climate change driving ‘alarming’ hunger levels
Central African Republic topped an annual world hunger index on Tuesday as aid agencies warned that climate change was making it increasingly hard to feed the world. Aid agency Concern Worldwide, which co-compiles the Global Hunger Index, said progress towards a 2030 zero hunger target agreed by world leaders was “under threat or is being reversed”.
IYA flays clamour for zoning of 2023 presidency
The Igbo Youth Assembly (IYA) Worldwide, has described calls for zoning of the 2023 presidency by some elder statesmen in the country as coming too early. In a statement issued by its President General, Ifeanyi Nwaudunna, the group urged Nigerians and concerned citizens to stop politicking with the 2023 presidency.
Business and accountable governance obligations of leadership
This is not an auspicious time to be asked to give a talk on any aspect of our national life. On a regular day, we may find seven to eight separate stories on any page of any of the national newspapers and all stories would all be negative – filled with bizarre stories of piracy, insurrection, militancy, armed robbery, kidnapping...