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The Races of Africa

The two main races inhabiting Africa in early times were the Berbers of the Mediterranean coastlands and the Negroes of equatorial Africa. The Berbers (and the ancient Egyptians) were of Hamitic stock – racially Caucasian, with “European” facial characteristics. The Negroes included the small-statured Pygmies. The pygmies, and a third race – the rather yellow-skinned…
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How to get rid of snails from your garden

Large numbers of snails in a garden or farmland can quickly become a serious problem. Snails are nocturnal. They look for sources of food during the night or during the early hours of the morning. They consume more food at the colder months. This is so they can store up fat reserves to live on…
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How possible is it to succeed despite the pandemic

If you look around you, you will discover that most of the things happening are negative things; discouraging circumstances, frustrating relationship, workers harassment, esoteric and unrealistic government promises.

If you are to rely on these things, it will be easy to stay back and allow the happenings around to determine what goes wrong in our life.

There are nearly 150 COVID-19 vaccines – WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed that 150 COVID-19 vaccines have been made available, but only 19 are currently undergoing clinical trial. The organization made this known through its Regional  Office for Africa in Brazaville on Thursday night. The information which was passed on the official twitter account of the regional office @WHOAFRO disclosed…
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Why did humans begin eating meat?

It should have felt unnatural at first, to consume animal flesh. We’re not so far eliminated from animals ourselves. Maybe it even felt cannibalistic. There might not have actually been that much intellectual difference in between humans and other animals. When human beings were pure vegetarians, they were living in consistency with the earth and…
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Not everyone should wear nose mask – Expert

Are you wondering if wearing a mask pose a health risk? Do you feel uncomfortable while on the nose or face mask? Who shouldn’t wear a nose mask? Are children to wear nose mask? Experts have requested that babies and toddlers should not wear masks as they could suffocate as a result of insufficient air.…
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COVID-19: Nigeria announce plans to impose total lockdown

Nigeria has hinted on plans to impose total lockdown on movements in the country. The chairman of the Presidential Task Force, Boss Mustapha made this known during a press briefing. Mustapha warned that there will be total lock down if the coronavirus cases in the country does not decrease in the next two weeks. In…
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Stop drastic dieting and start eating

The amount of energy you burn apart from any specific activities you undertake is variable and you can make a positive impact on it. You can also do the opposite. If you put your body on a starvation diet just to keep in shape, your body thinks it is starving and takes appropriate action. This…
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3 of 5 people who die of COVID-19 are 50 years and above

In Nigeria, it has been reported that 3 out of 5 deaths of COVID-19 cases are of people above the age of 50. The Director-General of the NCDC, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu made this known at the recent briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19. Ihekweazu: “As more people are infected across the world, you…
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COVID-19: 361 recent cases and 103 deaths in Ghana

Ghana is one of the countries in Africa that has reopened more sectors of it economy including education regardless of the coronavirus situation. It has been reported that Ghana’s COVID-19 cases as at June 26, has reached 15,834, with 361 new cases were recorded. This was disclosed officially by the Ghana Health Service. Ghana has…
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Why do birds migrate around the world?

Man has been fascinated by the migration of birds since the very beginning of history. The migration of birds is the movement of birds south in the autumn and north in the spring, or moving from lowlands to highlands, or from inland to the coast. Some birds migrate to warmer climates because they couldn’t survive…
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Roman Army: The Secret of 2000 years undefeated warfare

The Roman Army invented a method of warfare that persisted for 2000 years. It troops were rigorously trained and exercised and divided into small detachments under the control of officers. Roman soldiers wore effective armour, and develop tactics that allowed them to fight successfully against almost any enemy. They were particularly good at defence. They…
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Do you know that our blood colour is yellowish and not red?

If I told you that human blood is light yellow in colour and thicker than water would you believe? Here is why your blood looks red:

Incredible trends in the means of communication

Incredibly, there have been several changes in information communication. Only a few hundreds of years ago, the fastest way a piece of news could travel was to be carried by a person on horseback. Messages sent overseas could only travel as fast as the fastest sailing ship. Breakthrough came in communications with the invention of…
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WHAT WAS THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS

Scholars believe that the scrolls were concealed by members of a religious sect called the Essenes, who lived in the isolated community. They hid the scrolls to keep them safe during political unrest in the area, where they remained hidden for hundreds of years. The dead sea scrolls are religious writings that were first discovered…
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What is the hidden story of the holy grail?

Holy Grail, in medieval literature, the sacred cup used by Jesus Christ at the Last Supper. In Arthurian legend, the knights of King Arthur embark on a quest for the Grail. According to tradition, Joseph of Arimathea kept the Grail after the Last Supper and collected Jesus’ blood in it when Jesus was crucified. After…
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