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Friday, March 24, 2017

New: Ten Most Handsome/Sexy Actors In Nollywood 2017

This is a ranking that has been requested by many T.I.N Magazine readers, and finally, we present to you Nigeria's Cutest and hottest actors in Nollywood. Well, the ranking is based on; how pretty they look facially,how sexy they look in the body sector, how dope their skin is and their dress code. This is strictly for 2017 and 2017 alone.

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Must See: How to Get a Spotless Face by Using Natural Home Remedies

Everyone wants a beautiful and smooth face, we all want to look our best at all times without having to expose our skin to the various chemicals and products that cost a lot of money. Some of the ingredients used to make these products can be harmful to the skin in the long run and cause illnesses or infections. It is possible to maintain a clear face using common foods and fruits in the home, you just need to know what to mix and how to use them for maximal benefits. The following are some simple recipes to take care of your face.
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Romance: Men Reveals Top 18 Biggest Turnoffs About Women (must read)

Men have revealed their biggest turnoffs when it comes to dating women. Have you been wondering why he never called again after the first, second or third date? Or why he ditched you? this might be the reason.
Hooking up with the man of your dream might be easy but keeping him by your side or getting him to take that huge step towards a marriage bound relationship might take a little bit more efforts.
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World Bank approves $57 billion for Nigeria, other Sub-Sahara African countries

The World Bank Group has announced the approval of $57 billion for Nigeria and other sub-Saharan African countries for the next three years.
A statement posted on the bank’s website on Monday said the World Bank Group President, Jim Yong Kim, made the announcement before leaving for a trip to Rwanda and Tanzania. Mr. Kim will be visiting the two countries to emphasise the bank’s support for the entire region.
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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Nigeria Ranks No 1 in Internet Usage in Africa, See Full List

With over 91 million internet users in Nigeria, the country has been ranked number one in Africa in terms of internet usage.
Access to the Internet is fast becoming a human right in the eyes of millions of people from around the world. This is because the Internet has evolved to a point where people see internet access as vital for them to exercise and enjoy their rights to the freedom of expression and other fundamental human rights such as education.
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Health Tips: 5 Things You Should Stop Doing before Bed

Most of us are guilty of certain habits we indulge in right before bed, some of these contribute to sleeplessness while others generally tell on your health with time. The funny part is that most people do not even know that these habits have noticeable effects on the health. How do you stop doing something when you do not even know that it is affecting your sleep? These are some of the commonest things that you should stop doing right before bed:
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20 Nigerian Celebrities Who Have Directly or Indirectly Ventured Into Politics

Today we bring to you an interesting list, this one shows us Nigerian entertainers that have ran for public offices or that has been appointed into one.
It is now a common trend for a lot of successful Nigerian celebrities to resort to carving a niche for themselves in politics and other fields.
Here is a list of top Nigerian celebrities who have joined politics.

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Full List Of All The Real Oil Block Owners in Nigeria. (Should See)


Below is the list of real oil block owners in nigeria as revealed by This Day

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Reasons Why You Should Eat The Cherry "Agbalumo" More Often

It is also called giant star apples  based on the configuration of the seeds inside the fleshy fruit or Agbalumo/Udara based on local dialect.
The fruit which is botanically called Chrysophyllum albidum is found throughout tropical Africa, blooming between December and April in Nigeria.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Actress Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya Full Biography. (Kannywood)

BIRTH NAME:            Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya

DATE OF BIRTH:       July 1st

OCCUPATION:          Actress

MARITAL STATUS:    Not Married

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Romance: Here Are Top 10 Easy Ways To Spot Ladies Who Have No Boyfriends(guys)

Are you desperately looking for a girlfriend or ‘wife material’? Some girls can be so cunning, if she is bent on hiding her Boyfriend status, trust me you won’t know…But in all you might want to know the attitudes displayed by Ladies without Boyfriends. So you just take a deep breath and read along with me. Ways to spot Ladies who have no Boyfriends..
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Firm to Build Nigeria’s First-ever Waste-to-Power Plant

Strancton Limited, a private power firm has opened discussions with the federal government to build the first-ever waste-to-power plant in Nigeria.

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Appalling State of Nigerian Airports

From the 8th of March the Nnamdi Azikwe International airport, in Abuja, Nigeria’s second busiest airport will close for approximately six weeks for repairs. It is to enable the authorities carry out essential maintenance work on the facilities and pot-holed runway. Julius Berger, contracted to do the job, are ready and have promised to have it ready in time.
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Beauty Of The Day: The Hottest Female Fire Service Officer In Nigeria(pics)

Dooshima is a very pretty and excellently charming officer of the Federal Fire Service who is naturally endowed , she sent a message to Nigerians, but her beauty has captured everyone more than her message.
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See Female Nigerian Celebrities Who Has Claimed To Be Virgins

It may sound incredulous to say that a female celebrity in Nigeria is still retaining her virginity, considering the level of promiscuity that is usually associated with their lifestyle. It may not have crossed your widest imaginations that we still have a hand full of them who have decided to remain holy and loyal to their future husbands. Meet these daring ladies who value their pride and would not let it go for a million dollars!

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Nigerians 6th Happiest People In Africa, Algeria Africa’s Best - World Happiness Report

Despite the economic recession and other challenges plaguing Africa’s most populous country, a new report reveals Nigerians are Africa’s sixth happiest people. According to the new report released on Monday, Algeria leads the rest of Africa in happiness, followed by Mauritius.
Strife-torn Libya is surprisingly ranked third, ahead of Morocco. And even a bigger surprise, another crisis-torn nation, Somalia is Africa’s fifth happiest country ahead of Nigeria and South Africa, ranked 7th. Tunisia is eighth and Egypt ninth, while Sierra Leone comes tenth on the list.

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Century Power Begins 2000mw Power Plant Construction In Anambra

Century Power Limited, a subsidiary of the Obijackson Group, owners of Nestoil Limited, plans to start the construction of a-2000megawatts (Mw) thermal power plant in Anambra State, it was learnt.
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Monday, March 20, 2017

Stereotypes and Prejudice to Deal with While Studying Abroad

Many of us consider studying abroad a great opportunity. True, some time spent as a student in a foreign country affects your life greatly. You become more independent, more capable of dealing with various stresses, gain more knowledge, learn a foreign language (as well as find out more about another culture), becoming a more interesting person and a more valuable employee at the same time.

However, if you think that your experience in the foreign country will be nothing but pleasant, think twice. While studying abroad is indeed a great opportunity you wouldn’t want to miss, it also involves a lot of stress. Everything around you might seem strange, foreign, and hostile at some point. Moreover, there’s a big chance of you having to deal with various stereotypes and prejudice on top of that.

While most people are perfectly capable of overcoming these struggles successfully, in order to do so, you need to know what exactly you have to overcome. So, let’s talk about the most common stereotypes and prejudice you might face while studying abroad.

                    The Most Common Stereotypes and Prejudice

Every culture has a certain image based on their most distinctive features (they are usually portrayed in various movies, books, etc. but they rarely have something to do with reality). You shouldn’t subdue to those stereotypes yourself, of course. At the same time, you should still keep the stereotypes about your country and nation in mind in order to be prepared for what might come. These stereotypes might be quite good: for example, Americans are often considered friendly, open-minded, hard-working, and generous. However, they might be bad too: for example, some often see Americans as immature, too loud, rude, and wasteful.

You should remember that while some of these stereotypes are good and some are bad, every one of them can affect you in not a good way. You might be shy and introverted, but at the same time, people might expect you to be friendly and easy-going simply because of your culture. In this case this could lead to various misunderstandings: for example, people thinking you don’t like them instead of simply accepting the fact that you’re shy.

Prejudice can be quite unpleasant too. You might find yourself feeling like you are responsible for the image of your whole nation, having to address questions and remarks about views that you don’t actually share. For example, some people think poorly of Nigerian education: Nigerian school programs are considered too easy in some places and so there’s a common prejudice about the whole educational system. There are other common prejudices too, which are important for you to know:

- Nigerians are often considered ignorant of the rest of the world and their problems;

- Movies and TV shows affect the stereotypes and prejudice too: for example, you might have to answer why people in the Nigeria have so much sex or do so many drugs;

While researching these stereotypes and prejudice might be very unpleasant, it is still an important thing to do. This will make you more prepared to the challenges you might face. Moreover, when you learn the most common prejudice and stereotypes, you will be able to learn how to react to them.

How to Deal with All These Stereotypes and Prejudice?

Don’t be angry when people subdue to them. Sure, some people might be hostile to you, saying something offensive, but even in this case lashing off at them won’t be the best choice as it could lead to even more aggression towards you. If you find yourself in the situation like that, simply walk away.

Try to remain calm and patient even if people treat you in the way you don’t like. It might take time for them to change opinion, but if you are friendly towards them, they will change their mind eventually. Think of the way you can answer the prejudice addressed to you. While you might not have a clear opinion about all these questions listed above, you should consider developing one in order to be more prepared.

And don’t worry: even if it might seem tough at first, it will be fine later. Learning how to deal with that kind of things is similar to learning how to write a dissertation on your own without using the help of a custom writing service: you have to research a lot and probably worry at first, but then it all becomes much easier.

I wish you good luck with your studying and hope that you’ll be able to overcome all the challenge!

Author's Bio:
Kevin Nelson started his career as a research analyst and has changed his sphere of activity to writing services and content marketing. Apart from writing, he spends a lot of time reading psychology and management literature searching for the keystones of motivation ideas. Feel free to connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin
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Actress/OAP Zainab Balogun Full Biography

BIRTH NAME:          Zainab Balogun

DATE OF BIRTH:      October 10, 1989

OCCUPATION:         Actress, Model, OAP.



Zainab Balogun is a Nigerian actress, model and television presenter. She has been featured in several international campaigns for different brands. Balogun works as a television presenter for EbonyLife TV, an entertainment television station, for which she currently co-hosts and produces The Spot, the channel's leading talk show, with Lamide Akintobi and Ebuka Uchendu.

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Get To Know The Nok Culture, Nigeria’s Oldest Known Civilization (pics)

When British Archaeologist Bernard Fagg received a terracotta head that had served as a scarecrow for a local clerk in the Jos area, he knew he was up to something. The head resembled sculpture that he had earlier seen- one discovered fifteen years before by a worker at a mine near the village of Nok in the Jos Plateau area. But Fagg had no idea that the piece, like the one which it resembled, was the product of a hitherto unknown culture that dominated the area thousands of years ago.

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Superstory Premieres New Season "Godwin"; A Man With Down Syndrome

Superstory has premiered its new season, titled “Godwin”, which is trailblazing as it stars Solomon Omere: a multiple-talented 26 year old man actually living with Down Syndrome.

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HISTORY: The Killing Of Murtala Mohammed By Lt.Col. Bukar Dimka In The 1976 Coup

Here is excerpts from the 1976 coup, which is dubbed Dimka coup
February 13th, 1976 Coup
When Lt. Col. Bukar Dimka of the Nigeria Army Physical Training Corps stepped out of his official residence on Macpherson Road, Ikoyi, in the early hours of February 13, 1976, he had one agenda in mind; the killing of the then Head of State, Gen. Murtala Muhammed.
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Actor Adam Zango Full Biography (kannywood)

BIRTH NAME:               Adamu Abdullahi

DATE OF BIRTH:          October 1

OCCUPATION:            Actor, Singer


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Billionaire Dele Momodu Full Biography.

FULL NAME:              Dele Momodu

DATE OF BIRTH:       16 MAY 1960

OCCUPATION:            Journalist/Publisher,Businessman,



Dele Momodu is a Nigerian Journalist/Publisher, polemicist, businessman, philanthropist, actor and motivational speaker. He is the CEO and publisher of Ovation International, a magazine that has given publicity to people from all over the World, mainly in Africa.

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Health Tips: How To Get Rid Of Throat Infection Naturally In A Short Time

Today we will teach you how to prepare a natural remedy to fight throat infection in as little as 4 hours.
The causes of a throat infection are many and varied viral and bacterial infections as well as non-infectious motifs. It is a condition that is extremely uncomfortable and annoying, as well as painful.
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Saturday, March 18, 2017

TIPS: Foods to Keep Away from Your Refrigerator

Pretty much everything goes into the fridge once you have one. Most people think that all perishables should be stored in the fridge including condiments. This is not true because you may be doing more harm than good if you refrigerate some foods and fruits. Before the advent of refrigerators, there were foolproof methods of storing foods for long periods of time. It might be better to tap into those methods rather than cramping everything into the fridge.
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Friday, March 17, 2017

Nigeria Could Begin Exporting Processed Cashew Nuts By 2019

Nigeria could be turning its sights on the export of processed cashew nuts in the next two years. Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, made known the plan of the federal government to make this a reality at the First Bank Agric Expo in Lagos on Tuesday.

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Actress Nafisa Abdullahi Full Biography (Kannywood)

BIRTH NAME:           Nafisa Abdullahi

DATE OF BIRTH:       23 January 1991

OCCUPATION:          Actress

MARITAL STATUS:    Not Married

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Health Tips: 7 Reasons To Eat Pineapple Everyday

Pineapple is among the most beneficial fruits and with daily consumption it will provide you with a number of benefits for your health. Below are some of the amazing reasons why you should eat pineapples every day:
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Checkout The Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs In Nigeria

According to Wikipedia, a job is anythinga person does regularly in exchange for money. We are going to use this definition of a job as the standard definition even as we research and create a list of the highest paying jobs in Nigeria. What may surprise you is that some of these jobs have little or no entry barrier while others are very delicate and require years upon years of training.
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Cbn Gov. Godwin Emefiele Full Biography

BIRTH NAME:             Godwin Emefiele

DATE OF BIRTH:         4 August 1961

OCCUPATION:           Banker, (Cbn Governor since 2014)


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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Six Very Important Beauty Tips For The Health Of Your Face

Most of the ‘lucky’ people that seem to have clear clean faces all the time actually are not born with it. They had to put in some work to ensure that their faces keep glowing. And it is not as hard as you might think, it will just require giving your face a little extra attention and care. The best part that is that it also does not have to be expensive, there is no extra spending involved to get a clear face. When it comes to keeping your face clean and healthy, natural products are your best bet because they will not irritate the skin like the stronger chemical products. The following are useful tips that can help you:

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Meet 10 Nollywood Actresses Who Are Known To Be Scandal Free

Nollywood actresses are usually embroiled with scandals  and drama as the entertainment industry is filled with controversies and scandals.
See below a list of Nollywood stars whose names are most of the time associated with noble acts.
See below:

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Lagbaja: 10 Facts You Might Not Know About The Classic Nigerian Afrobeat Musician

Below are some interesting facts you probably did’not know about Nigerian Afrobeat musician and singer-songwriter, Lagbaja:

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Actress Daniella Okeke Full Biography

BIRTH NAME:            Daniella Okeke

DATE OF BIRTH:       26th of March, 1987

OCCUPATION:          Actress, Entrepreneur


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BRIEF HISTORY: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Biafra War (Must Read)

So today we are going to be briefing you with 10 important facts of the Nigerian civil war, if you want to know how it all happened CLICK HERE TO READ FULL HISTORY WITH PICURES

Almost 50 years after the Biafran War (July 6, 1967 – January 15, 1970) which almost destroyed the unity of Nigeria, its agitators have refused to give up the struggle.
This struggle by some Igbo people to secede from Nigeria started when on May 30, 1967, late Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, a military officer and politician announced a breakaway of the Eastern Region under the new name Republic of Biafra.
This subsequently sparked the Nigerian civil war also known as the Biafran war. The war was between the then Eastern Region of Nigeria and the rest of the country. The war was fought to reunify the country.
Below are some thing you should know about Biafra and the Biafran war.

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For Ladies Who Wear Heels: Why You Should Wrap Your Third And Fourth Toes With A Rubber Band

High heels are an extreme helper for every woman. The body gets a completely new shape and look, and they are also very important helper when women want to look beautiful and attractive.
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The Best 100 Companies To Work For In Nigeria

Which organisations are the leading brands to work for?

Jobberman has reviewed the list of the best places to work in Nigeria to provide a comprehensive rating of employee satisfaction and commitment to different employers in Nigeria.

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Monday, March 13, 2017

We Are Working, Supporting Nigeria As The Only Country, Biafra Has No Future – France

Biafra’s former ally in the 1967 secession bid, has ruled out any support for the secession of any part of the country, particularly Biafra.
In an interview with The Guardian, France’s Ambassador to Nigeria, Denys Gauer, said his country would not in anyway work with any group agitating for the dismemberment of the nation, adding that France was working with Nigeria and supporting it as a country.
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The 5 Most Expensive Cars On Nigerian Roads This 2017 (pics)

Which of these top cars do you prefer to cruise for TGIF tonight?.. The quoted prices are current estimates for those who want to buy theirs today. One of these cars has its price close to N1billion.
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Brief History: How Major-General Aguiyi Ironsi Was Killed And The Lucky Escape of His ADC In 1966

Here is a true narration of the incident by Andrew Nwankwo, Maj. Gen. Aguiyi Ironsi’s ADC in an interview with Sun News.

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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Beautiful Pictures Of Porth Harcourt And What To Know

Port Harcourt is the capital and largest city of Rivers State, Nigeria. It lies along the Bonny River and is located in the Niger Delta. As of 2016, the Port Harcourt urban area has an estimated population of 2,865,000 inhabitants.

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Saturday, March 11, 2017

pics: What Your Breasts Shape Says About Your Personality Will Shock You! (Ladies Only)


When it comes to talking about one of the most precious parts of every woman, women’s breasts are usually what everybody (most especially, men) will concentrate on. Yes, the physical look of it is what all men do appreciate, but scientist found out that the brea’sts can reveal more than looks.
According to this image, there are varieties of types. Find your time and learn about your personality or the personality of the person with the particular type.
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Checkout These Chicky Ankara Styles For The Weekend (Photos)

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Friday, March 10, 2017

How Bukola Saraki’s Visit To Germany Will Boost Nigeria’s Power Supply

Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki led a delegation that was recently in Berlin, Germany to source for ways to boost Nigeria’s power supply.
While in Germany, the Senate President inspected German Village, Feldheim, where residents combined efforts and local resources to produce clean and renewable energy. The energy self-sufficient village is located 70 kilometres outside Berlin.
After the inspection, Saraki said that the National Assembly will amend the laws on power generation, transmission and distribution to solve Nigeria’s energy crisis.

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Actor Hakeem Kae-Kazim Full Biography

BIRTH NAME:            Hakeem Kae-Kazim

DATE OF BIRTH:       1 October 1962

OCCUPATION:          Actor


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Pics: Meet The Nigerian Woman Who Happily Drives A Dangote Truck

Pictured is a powerful woman who gladly drives a Dongote truck in the northern part of Nigeria. The woman simply identified as Ms. Halima -was pictured by a surprised Nigerian while discharging her duty. According to Aminiya who shared this, Ms Halima has an assistant driver (pictured below) who helps her whenever she feels tired or sleepy….
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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Wow: Checkout 5 Nigerian Celebrities Who Married Older Women

Gone are the days when marriage was solely for an older man and a younger woman. Love is taking front seat and age is relegated to the back seat. As they say, age is nothing but a number, isn’t it?
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