If you’re so much in love with your natural hair or your religious belief kicks against wigs and hair extensions that you prefer to wear, you may want to go extra miles to protect it from breaking due to the harsh weather with the following steps: • Absolute daily moisturising, using coconut or olive oil…
It’s a new academic term in a new year, 2023, and your child should be ready to face it in a few days. While we count the days, what preparations are you making to ensure a smooth transition back to school after a memorable Christmas celebration?
Caught the Christmas fever yet? Ok, I know a game that might help. Here it goes, “there is no Christmas without Christmas carols, there is no Christmas without harmattan, there’s no Christmas without family and friends.” You can go on and come up with your list. What is Christmas to you? What will make this…
As harmattan season sets in, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Minna Operations Office, Niger State, has sensitised traders and residents on fire prevention.
Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) has sensitised the public to possible commencement of dry season (popularly known as harmattan) in most parts of the North.
31 Jan 2022
The Sagamu Unit Command of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ogun, has warned motorists against excessive speeding and dangerous driving, especially during this harmattan period to avoid road crashes.
25 Jan 2022
There are two kinds of people during harmattan; the kind that breaks out and the kind that glow. Only one thing sets these two groups apart; hydration. It’s that time of the year when you don’t have to worry about sweat! That takes a huge problem off the hands of millions of Nigerians, except that…
17 Jan 2022
The harmattan season which occurs between late November until February or early March is characterised by dry and dusty wind. It generally affects our skin in various ways such as dryness of the skin, chapped lips, an increase in the trigger of asthma, problems with the respiratory system among others. It is important to be…
9 Jan 2022
As the weather becomes hot and dry due to the heat and harmattan that has resurfaced across the country, health experts have advised Nigerians to drink plenty of water or fluids to stay cool and hydrated.
18 Dec 2021
Harmattan is a cool dry wind that blows from the northeast or east in the western Sahara and is strongest from late November to mid-March. Harmattan may be taking it’s time this year, which gives us ample opportunity...
11 Dec 2021
The seasonal harmattan is here. And while all the Christmas décors are beautifully in place, it is imperative to protect your interior and decorations from dust haze.