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Saturday, 30 November 2013

TBN Founder Paul Crouch Dies at 79


Paul Crouch, co-founder of the popular Trinity Broadcasting Network, has passed away at age 79. Crouch's grandson, Brandon, tweeted earlier Saturday, "Today, my grandfather, #PaulCrouchSr went home to be with Jesus in heaven. Thank you for your prayers..."

TBN's Facebook page announced, "Dr Paul F. Crouch passed into the presence of the Lord on November 30, 2013. We are grateful for the life of this amazing servant of God." Another note on the page said Crouch passed away at 2:32 a.m. Crouch had suffered for more than a decade with chronic heart problems.



Friday, 29 November 2013

Niger Delta Money-Pryse (Dj Ebis Remix)


Here is an unofficial Chocolate City's Pryse's Niger Delta Money, as remixed by Mr. Ebis, a UK based Music Producer/DJ.
With Live Bass guitar play, catchy and groovy Rhythm, the song now has an entirely different feel which would allow you to throw in all the different dance moves.

REMIX Hulkshare Link
http://www.hulkshare.com/do3jducnnke8

Below is the original-
http://www.hulkshare.com/naijabambam/naija-delta-money-final


Sunday, 24 November 2013

Causes And Treatment Of Body Odour


What is body odour?

Body odour, also known as bromhidrosis, osmidrosis or ozochrotia is an unpleasant smell given off when bacteria on the human skin break down protein in sweat into acid.


Causes of body odour

Body odour can be caused by;

*High rate of perspiration (sweating) as people who sweat more are bound to have it.

*Obesity with obese people more likely to have it.

*Hairy armpits and privates.

*Wearing of (wet) socks and/or shoes which causes moist air to become trapped in the feet.

*Excessive consumption spices of spicy foods.

*Consumption of foods with strong odour e.g; garlic and onions.

*Medical conditions like diabetes, liver disease and kidney disease.


Treatment of body odour.

(1) Always keep the armpits and privates clean and well-shaved: Shave all those hair off your armpits and privates and wash with anti-bacterial soap and warm water.

(2) Bathe regularly: The action of warm water on the skin kills bacteria, so ensure you bathe at least twice daily and up to thrice on hot days.

You should also ensure you use very clean dry towels after bathing as bacteria doesn't thrive well on dry skin.

(3) Always wear clean clothes: Change your clothes daily (no matter how clean they are). Wash them thoroughly; allow them to dry properly; iron them (as the heat kills any bacteria left) and finally, store them in a dry environment.

Also clothes made of natural fibres like cotton, wool and silk are good for people with body odour as they help the skin breathe.

(4) Avoid fatty, oily, fried and (fast) foods which contain alot of additives and preservatives as these chemicals leave the body through the sweat pores.

(5) Use deodorants and antiperspirants: Deodorants make the skin more acidic thus making bacteria have difficulty surviving on it while antiperspirants stop the sweat pores from producing sweat.

(6) Surgery: Surgery is usually recommended for cases of severe body odour. It involves removing a small area of skin from the armpit and the tissue just below it so as to get rid of the sweat glands there.

(7) Botulinum toxin: For those of us who don't know, botulinum toxin is the most poisonous biological substance known to man.
Nevertheless, it is very effective in treating excessive sweating temporarily for about 4-9 months. Should you choose this procedure, you should consult a skilled dermatologist who would inject small measures of the toxin into multiple sites in the skin at the apex of the armpit. And before you start getting any ideas about buying the toxin somewhere and applying it yourself so as to avoid paying the doctor's fees, I would
advice you to read the first line over again.

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

See the new Van Damme's Volvo Trucks advert - The Epic Split



Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two reversing trucks. Never done before, JCVD says it's the most epic of splits -- what do you think? Please share

Monday, 18 November 2013

Nelson Mandela, remains "quite ill" and can't


JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South Africa's former president, Nelson Mandela, remains "quite ill" and unable to speak because of tubes that are keeping his lungs clear of fluid, though he is relaxed, his former wife told a South African newspaper.
"He remains very sensitive to any germs, so he has to be kept literally sterile. The bedroom there (in his suburban Johannesburg home) is like an ICU ward," Winnie Madikizela-Mandela told the Sunday Independent. "He is 95 years old and it is difficult for him, because of all the tubes that are in his mouth to clear the (fluid from his) lungs, and prevent an infection recurring." Because of those tubes, she said, he communicates through his face.


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Monday, 11 November 2013

Latest Nigerian Gospel Party Mix by DJ Ebis


There are lots of very good Gospel Artistes in Nigeria who are doing really well, but have little publicity. With this mix, we hope more people will hear some of these works and get to encourage these artiste. So we present to you...

 'Latest Nigerian Gospel Party Mix by DJ Ebis'

 Its a 60 minutes Non-stop mix of Nigerian Gospel songs that can keep a party going. It features works from over 25 artistes. This mix was put together by Ebiseri 'DJ Ebis' Aginighan (UK Based Nigerian Producer).

Hope this blesses you....Cheers

Download


Friday, 8 November 2013

Omawumi Ft. Remy Kayz - Somori [Official Video]



Omawumi is a genius and a top act in her own class. Over time, she has proved that she can’t be boxed into a corner. From R & B to highlife, pop to soft rock, Omawumi has displayed a matchless level of creativity with her talent.
Few weeks after the release of her last video, ‘Warn Yourself’, the sultry singer is yet again out with the video of another monster hit from her repertoire, Somori featuring Remy Kayz and produced by Philkeyz.
The video was directed by Aje who played with lots of effects to create a very entertaining and intriguing video.
Somori’, a Yoruba slang is someone that is highly respected in the society and can’t be ignored. The song is a fast paced jam that is already one of the favourites of all fun lovers