Month: April 2018

Nestle in Morocco!

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The Swiss food giant Nestlé has cancelled an online publicity campaign in Morocco after it was branded sexist on social media.

The mini-series, titled I Want to Get Married, featured five young women competing to win a husband by impressing his mother.

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Ofuloju

Ofuloju is a Yoruba native food made from beans.

Some call it ekuru. and it looks so much like the popular bean cake called moin-moin; but slight differences distinguish ofuloju from moin-moin; unlike moin-moin where all ingredients like pepper, salt, fish, oil, etc are directly added to be blended with the washed beans and/or added while stirring the blended beans, ofuloju doesn’t require any ingredient asides the beans and water.

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Much ado about cancer!

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Drinking from plastic bottles and using microwave ovens are some of the fake causes of cancer people believe.

This is according to a  research, which suggested in a survey of 1,330 people in England.

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Codeine in Kano!

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In the last three years, Kano State has  reportedly top the list of the States with the highest rate of drug addiction in Nigeria.

Codeine, a prescription pain medication used to treat mild or moderate pain is a drug which is abused by some youths in the state.

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Eat Chillies!

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As anyone who has ever eaten a really hot chilli will testify, they can cause a lot of pain.

Chillies come in many shapes, colours, sizes and strengths, but one thing they have in common is the burning sensation they cause in your mouth, eyes and any other part of your body into which their juices come into contact.

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Chillies come in many shapes, colours, sizes and strengths, but one thing they have in common is the burning sensation they cause in your mouth, eyes and any other part of your body into which their juices come into contact.

Facts about chilli pepper!

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Man in hospital for eating pepper in world’s chilli contest!

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A man who recently ate the world’s hottest chilli pepper in a chilli-eating contest has  ended up in hospital after experiencing “thunderclap” headaches. The 34-year-old man had eaten one Carolina Reaper chilli in the contest in New York State, USA.

The “crushingly painful” headaches reportedly came on in the next few days.

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EBIRIPO … lovely weekend starter!

Ebiripo is a rich cocoyam delicacy that is prepared like moi –  moi. The cocoyams which are usually white inside are grated and wrapped in  moi moi leaves and steamed until set! The Ijebus are well known when it comes to this delicacy!

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Oyo State Governor relocates Ibadan butchers to multi-billion naira abattoir!

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The Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi has reportedly  directed butchers in the 11 Local Government Areas of Ibadanland to relocate to the multi-billion naira central abattoir by the end of April.

The governor gave the directive during a stakeholders’ meeting held at the House of Chiefs, at the Secretariat in Ibadan.

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EWEDU [JUTE LEAVES]

Jute or saluyot leaves are popularly known as Ewedu among the Yoruba, Ahihara amongst Ibos and Rama among the Hausa. Well, growing up in Lagos Nigeria, the name ‘ewedu’ was always ringing as  ‘crain-crain’. Anything you choose to call the leaves, it is pertinent to note that these leaves are used as good food sources in many parts of the world, and of course in Nigeria.

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