Showing posts from May 15, 2022

A Diet to Help You Beat Arthritis

BY CHIOMA UMEHA According to the findings, you can do something about your arthritis. The first step is to learn everything you can about the illness. Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most common types of arthritis, affecting the interior joints of the hands and feet, causing swelling and pain. Apart from joint discomfort and swelling, you may also have weariness and, in some cases, a fever. If any changes, especially during the cold season, may aggravate your problem. Osteoarthritis is another type of arthritis that mostly affects the elderly and those who have had trauma to their joints. Experts have discovered some natural arthritis treatments that can aid those suffering from this painful disease. Hippocrates wrote centuries ago, "Let food be thy medicine," which is especially wise if you suffer from arthritis. Several studies have found that certain foods can help relieve tender joints, reduce joint stiffness, and even help arthritis patients decrease the amount of

A Group Trains Young People Around the Country for Employment

Tosin Babasanya-Craig, Country Manager, Performance Fact Inc .  facilitating one of the Alliance for Youth Nigeria sessions to equips youth across the country for employment. BY CHIOMA UMEHA The Alliance for Youth Nigeria has provided employment skills training to over 200 recent graduates across Nigeria. Building Winning Resumes, Career Positioning, Personal Brand Marketing, Personal Effectiveness, Time Management, and Starting the Career Journey were among the topics covered throughout the program. In addition, the top achievers will be offered internship and mentoring opportunities at the Alliance's six member companies. At the conclusion of the course, certain participants had the rare opportunity to participate in employment interviews and placements, advancing their careers. The program, which began in August 2021, is a business-driven movement of organizations committed to collaborating to help young people across the country gain the skills they need to succeed in the workp

Adamawa and Jigawa Schools Emerge as Winners In The Basketball Championships Organized By Nestle

Funmilola Oyewole, Category Development Manager, Nestlé Nigeria Plc addressing participants of the Savanna Conference of the 22nd Milo Basketball Championship at the Sanni Abacha stadium, Kano, recently. BY CHIOMA UMEHA The 22nd Nestle-Milo Secondary School Basketball Championships, held in the Indoor Sports Hall at Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano, were won by the girls and boys of Jigawa and Adamawa states. In the girls category, the girls from Government Secondary School, Numan, Adamawa State, defeated their counterparts from Government Girls Secondary School, Bukavu, Kano State, 20 to 8, while the boys from Dutse Model International Secondary School, Jigawa State, defeated the boys from Nigeria Tulip International College, Yobe, Yobe State, 51 to 23. The girls basketball team from Government Secondary School Numan, Adamawa, won the competition after defeating their opponents from Government Girls Secondary School, Shekarau School, Kano, 20-8. Dutse Model International Secondary School,