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ABONNEMA GO TO NIGER AND THE VIBRATIONS OF BIAFRA

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It was celebration galore in Abonnema, Rivers State on the 21st of June 2017. The town was set agog as residents remembered the sacrifices of their fallen heroes during the Nigerian civil war. This day is popularly referred to as GO TO NIGER. The day reminds Abonnema people of the liberation of their town by Federal forces on the 21st of June 1968 from the Biafran army that held their community under siege. Continue reading

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PENGASSAN ZONAL SECRETARY, PORT HARCOURT, COMRADE MRS. ELO VICTOR-OGBONDA LAMENTS ABOUT THE POOR REMUNERATION IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

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Comrade, Mrs. Elo Victor-Ogbonda, Zonal Secretary, PENGASSAN PORT HARCOURT

Trade unionism is witnessing a new change and rebirth of activism with the involvement of more women in the sector. In an interview with NaijaVoxpop, Comrade, Mrs. Elo Victor-Ogbonda, Zonal Secretary Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) Port Harcourt, highlighted her numerous achievements and challenges faced during her three year tenure. Comrade Elo lamented the poor salaries being paid to oil workers mostly in the Service sector of the industry.

Good Afternoon madam, we are from NaijaVoxpop, our audience would want to know you.

“My name is Comrade, Mrs. Elo Victor-Ogbonda, presently Port Harcourt Zonal Secretary PENGASSAN.” Continue reading

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High Chief Ateke Tom is 54

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High Chief Ateke Tom. Photo credit: informationng

Friends gathered to celebrate the Okrika High Chief, Ateke Tom on his 54th birthday.

It was a carnival like celebration .  High Chief Ateke Tom used the opportunity to reach out to the less privileged with the distribution of gifts items.

Several Nollywood stars were in attendance, including Mama G.

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HOW DO YOU STAY HEALTHY

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Vegetables. Photo credit: nuevadermis

Staying healthy needs one to keep his or her nutritional balance. See your dietician to advise you on your fat level because the fat content your body requires differs from person to person. This would determine the amount of fat required for your daily need. According to the American Dietetic Association and the US Department of Health and Human Services dietary guideline, adult men need between 2,200 and 2800 calories daily, while women need 1,500 to 2,400 respectively.

To keep being healthy, food with high fat, sodium and sugar should be discouraged because it increases the risk of heart attack, stroke and diabetes. Continue reading

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CHAIRMAN NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF NIGERIA RIVERS CHAPTER, SUKUBO SARAIGBE SUKUBO SLAMS RIVERS YOUTHS FOR BEING IMPATIENT

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SUKUBO SARAIGBE SUKUBO, CHAIRMAN NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF NIGERIA RIVERS CHAPTER.

Chairman National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) Sukubo Saraigbe Sukubo, has described the average youth in the state as impatient.

The youth chairman who stated this while chatting with Naija Vox-Pop in a reaction to the up-coming inauguration of the National Association of Social Media Practitioners of Nigeria (NASMPON) Rivers State Chapter, advised youths in the state to be patient and look inward for job creation rather than waiting on the government to provide them with white collar jobs or taking up arms.

“Oil companies and multi-nationals have been laying off their staff due to the recession, so we have been encouraging youths to go after careers in which they can be productive because white collar jobs are no longer readily available in the nation, and so, a paradigm shift is needed to help us think of what we can do with our hands so that we can be independent and become entrepreneurs.

Ideas rule the world now, so anything the youths can do with their ideas and knowledge, we will support them to grow’’. Continue reading

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HOW TO MAKE YOUR SKIN HEALTHY

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Healthy skin. Photo credit: naturesoft

Having a healthy skin has everything to do with nutrition. The several experiments conducted have shown that the intake of food high in fat impact negatively on ones skin. This is because the fat is stored in several wrong places in the body, which include stomach and the hips. Eating food with high fibre content like nut fruits, cereals, beans and vegetables and drinking a lot of water would improve the overall health of an individual and make his or her skin supple. These foods are essential for the necessary vitamins and minerals needed for the overall health of the body. Continue reading

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TEENAGERS AND THE IMPACT OF CYBERSPACE: By Prince Omasanjuwa Oshodi

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Teenagers. Photo: Afriheritage

More than ever before, young people are increasingly interconnected. The fact is that they live in a boundless society, exposed to diverse socio- cultural connections. The cyberspace has given teenagers the platform to freely express their thoughts and feelings through teenage websites, blogs, sharing of music, photos and messages in an unmediated scale.

Consequently, the internet has become to the teenager a medium for harmonizing and mobilizing social support, and increasing productive capacities having been exposed to a lot of information with the aid of the cell phone, tablets, through emails, and social media outlets, such as reditt, twitter, facebook, instangram and pin interest. This development is helping them to build and maintain old and new relationships through an array of discussion of topics bothering on family, intimate relationships, careers, music, politics, news and entertainment. These social interactions are bound to sharpen their thought processes, as it enables them to make informed decisions. Continue reading

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NO HOPE FOR EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

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A random interview conducted by Naijavoxpop among undergraduates in one of the Nigerian leading University reveal that the students have lost hope in government investment in education and economic opportunities for the youth. This is hurting their self esteem because the lack of employment even after graduation has further reinforced the thought that education is a waste. They no longer believe that educational attainment can promote and provoke empowerment for the people, as a result of the inability of government to link education to development. The thought of going to school to learn in order to work and see opportunities is now a mirage to many of them. Continue reading

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