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Calling out Bimbọ Aiyelabola, Lagos “society woman” – AGAIN – to pay up 145,000 Pounds she owes British NHS! – Tola Adenle

October 30, 2016

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BIMBỌ AIYELABOLA, Lagos society lady who drives BMW as one of her vehicles while remaining a big-time debtor who scammed the NHS through  health delivery costs   I’ve gone to the trouble of calling up my Yoruba alphabet keyboard to maintain the dignity of one of Yoruba’s most beloved female names – Abimbọla, Bimbọ for […]

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Support [U.K.] Catriona Ogilvy’s drive: “Extend maternity leave for mothers of premature babies – Tola Adenle

October 12, 2016

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This drive for maternity leave to be extended for mothers of premature babies in the UK is a good opportunity to wonder aloud how, in good old USA, the idea of general maternity leave remains an idea still being dreamed of by women. When women give birth in the United States of America, a country […]

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Food, Inc.: A Cause, and a Movie – cows & fish that feed on CORN … and more! – Tola Adenle

September 2, 2016

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Source: Google Images On Wednesday, a blogger left the following under ‘Comments’ for the essay on “Monsanto’s vise grip on Nigeria’s environmental “regulatory” agencies continues”: kutukamus Says:  August 3, 2016 at 8:36 pm e Hi Tola! Have you seen the movie “Food, Inc.”? It’s a good watch. Cheers! Since I had heard of the movie but had […]

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USA: G.M.O. Labeling Law Could Stir a Revolution – Mark Bittman

September 2, 2016

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Nigerians should take a cue from the USA, home country of giant agro-chemical company, Monsanto and cry out on the company’s aggressive p.r. as well as other back-door means to have some of its most dangerous GMOs enter Nigeria’s food chain. While Monsanto is not being stopped from having these in the informed and tech-savvy […]

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Update: Nigeria changes tune on NK603 gmo – “we only approved field trials”!

June 22, 2016

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Most Nigerians do not trust government nor any of its agencies, and not for lack of good reasons.  Nigerian governments have generally never considered its citizens worthy of being informed of issues that directly or indirectly impact their lives, a situation that always leads to rumors and innuendos. When these start and get to alarming proportions […]

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Is China selling “corned beef” made of human flesh in Africa? Tola Adenle

May 20, 2016

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This is not the first time that China would send shock waves around the world about selling toxic food. Some years ago, the USA put a ban on a baby milk from China that had caused baby deaths and put thousands of babies in hospitals in China. Reason? The milk was found to have been […]

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Bimbo Aiyelabola, a Lagos make-up artist, drives an expensive car while owing Britain’s NHS N35 million-plus – mailonline

March 21, 2016

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BIMBO AIYELABOLA, LAGOS MAKE-UP ARTIST, WHERE ARE YOU??? Ms. Bimbo Aiyelabola’s quintuplets were born in 2011 in the United Kingdom but today, her name stars on an ignominious list: health tourists who bilked the UK health system millions of pounds annually and fled without paying the costs of their medical treatments The Mail reports Aiyelabola is […]

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Incredible news from the world of Medicine: New Cancer treatment wipes out breast tumor in just 11 days! Mailonline

March 11, 2016

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BY BEN SPENCER, Medical Correspondent, The Daily Mail Doctors combined two existing cancer drugs – Tyverb and Herceptin Cancer cells stopped producing in 87 per cent of the women during trial Tumours were found to ‘completely vanish’ in 11 per cent of patients Charities called it ‘game-changing’ for aggressive breast cancer treatment  Read more of this […]

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Pharmacists call on Nigerian government to stop the retailing of drugs in open air markets – Tola Adenle

September 26, 2015

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The call by practising pharmacists for government to put an end to open markets sale of drugs in the country is long overdue. Several years ago, an acquaintance who had travelled to Onitsha in Nigeria’s eastern part called to inform me that she brought me a present she knew I would like. Needless to say […]

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Spicy food linked to lower risk of death – The New York Times

August 8, 2015

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http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/well/2015/08/04/spicy-food-linked-to-lower-risk-of-death/?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share&_r=0&referrer=   SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 2015. 4:54 a.m. [GMT]  

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