Want to Work in Dubai? Then Watch This Video

Want to Work in Dubai? Then Watch This Video  – For those of you looking to work in Dubai, see a video shared on Facebook by a guy who claims to be in Dubai. Please watch and share.

10 Common Habits That Damage Your Kidneys; Many Nigerians Do Number 6 – A MUST READ

This is very important..read!
Kidneys are an essential part of the body’s purification system. For many reasons, it is imperative to take good care of the kidneys but several people are guilty of letting down this important organ.

Here  are some of the common ways humans put their kidneys at risk.
1.Holding in urine
This might sound odd, but almost everyone does it. The urge most times comes during a car ride, in the middle of a phone call, or when there isn’t a bathroom nearby.
Holding in urine on a regular basis increases pressure, which can lead to kidney failure and kidney stones. When nature calls, it’s best to listen.
2. Insufficient intake of water
One of the important functions of the kidneys is to filter blood and get rid of toxins and waste materials that can harm the body.
When you don’t drink enough water, those toxins and waste materials start to accumulate, eventually causing severe damage.

3.Too much salt consumption
Frequently intake of too much salt can also cause huge damage to your kidneys as well as other health problems. The kidneys metabolise 95 percent of the sodium consumed through food.

When the consumption of salt is high, the kidneys need to work harder to excrete the excess salt. This, in turn, can lead to decreased kidney functioning, causing water retention in the body.
Water retention can also cause a spike in blood pressure & increase the risk of developing kidney disease.
4.High protein diet
Consuming an excess of animal protein (especially red meat) increases the metabolic load on the kidneys.
The more animal protein a man or a woman consumes, the harder the kidneys have to work, which can cause stress and lead to kidney damage.

5.Sugar overdose
Studies have shown that people who consume two or more sugary drinks a day are more likely to have protein in their urine.
The presence of Protein in urine is an early sign that the kidneys are not doing their job properly.
6.High caffeine consumption
Caffeine can raise blood pressure and put extra stress on the kidneys, just as salt can. Over time, excess coffee consumption (or caffeine consumption) may lead to kidney damage.
7.Drinking alcohol in excess
Drinking in moderation is fine, but excessive drinking can cause significant damage to your kidneys. Alcohol is a toxin that puts so much stress on your kidneys and liver.
8.Smoking cigarettes
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, smoking is bad for almost every organ of the body, including the kidneys. There are also Several studies that have shown the connection between smoking and kidney disease.
Smoking increases blood pressure, reduces blood flow and narrows the blood vessels in the kidneys. It can even accelerate the loss of kidney functions & worsen existing kidney diseases.
9.Regular use of analgesics
Many of us have the habit of taking analgesics (over-the-counter painkillers) to control pain and reduce fever and inflammation. But this can therefore damage several body organs, Which include the kidneys.
10.Sleep deprivation
Chronic sleep deprivation is linked to many health problems, including kidney disease.
The body works while sleeping to repair all kidney tissues that may be damaged,Therefore if you are depriving the body of sleep it makes it harder to heal.


Hear What Davido Said >>> Many Nigerians Will Run Mad If They Had What I Have

Hear What Davido Said >>> Many Nigerians Will Run Mad If They Had What I Have

Singer Davido have reacted to many Nigerians calling him arrogant because he comes from a wealthy home.davido

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Federal Government Begins Online Registration Of Unemployed Nigerians 2017

Federal Government Begins Online Registration Of Unemployed Nigerians 2017 – According to reports, The Federal Government will begin to registration of unemployed Nigerians online as from Wednesday April 5m 2017. The Deputy Director, Information and Public Relations of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Edmund Onwuliri, announced this in a statement, in Abuja on Monday.

Onwuliri said the registration was aimed at collecting up to date data of the unemployed Nigerians. He said the registration was in compliance with NDE’s mandate “to obtain and maintain a data bank on unemployment and vacancies in the country.”job [Read more…]

Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) recruitment 2017 – NSE Recruitment 2017

Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) recruitment 2017

 The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) services the largest economy in Africa, and is championing the development of Africa’s financial markets. The Exchange offers listing and trading services, licensing services, market data solutions, ancillary technology services, and more.
It is an open, professional and vibrant exchange, connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world.

Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is recruiting to fill the vacant positions below:

Job Title: Customer Service Executive
Location: Lagos
Division: Corporate Services Division
Department: Administration Department
Report to: Head, Administration Department
Estimated Date of Resumption: Monday, April 3, 2017.
Key Responsibilities

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NYSC Releases Time Table for 2016 Batch B stream II

Based on the recent report we received from The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, it was said that the management of Nysc released the time-table for the NYSC Releases Time Table for 2016 Batch B stream II orientation course as it where.

According to the statement that was released by the management, it reads, “The NYSC Management wishes to inform prospective Corps members and other stakeholders that the 2016 Batch ‘B’ (Stream II) Orientation course will commence on Tuesday, 24th January, 2017. [Read more…]

How To Check 2016 WAEC GCE Result Online – WAEC GCE RESULT 2016 – Nov/Dec GCE Result


Before we go into details, i would like to share this to all. There is a for checking 2016 WAEC GCE Result Online. So i would advise that everyone who wrote the last concluded GCE Examination can either check online or via their Application.

The 2016 WAEC GCE written during November, have been released officially online as we have understood. If you are part of those who participated in the just concluded November/ December WAEC GCE 2016,  can now check on the GCE website for their results.

Please read through this publication so that you can know how you can check the 2016 WAEC GCE Result Online


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