October 2018

Doctors Successfully Separated Conjoined Twins In Abuja Hospital| Photos

A team of Nigerian doctors has successfully separated a set of conjoined twins at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada. The successful operation which took place on Tuesday was led by Nuhu Kwajafa of the Global Peace Initiatives. Kwajafa

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Motherhood: 5 Habits That Foster Your Belly Fat

Ogbugoh Terundu Joy Excess belly fat is bad for your clothes and dangerous to your health. It poses risk of diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and even heart disease. Nobody likes belly fat. People spend their lives dreading

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Omoni Oboli And Husband, Nnamdi Celebrate 18-Years Wedding Anniversary With Sweet Words| Photos

Nigerian actress, Omoni Oboli, 40, and her medical practitioner husband, Nnamdi Oboli, are celebrating 18-years of marriage. The proud parents of 3 boys took to Instagram to share sweet words and beautiful pictures with their followers. See their posts below:

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The Moment White Groom, Chris Falls As He Carried His Nigerian Bride During Traditional Wedding Ceremony | Video

A traditional wedding reception video of a Nigerian woman identified as Temi and her White husband, Chris has gone viral for a rather humourous reason. According to the traditional wedding rites of Temi’s people- Yorubas: a groom is expected to

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Rahma Indimi Cries Out As Ex-Husband, Muhammed Babangida Allegedly Manipulates Court Judgment

The custody battle between the son of Nigeria’s former Nigerian Military President, Rtd General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, Muhammed Babangida, 46, and his ex-wife, Rahma Indimi, 41, has taken a new turn. Rahma took to her Instagram page to accuse Muhammed

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Japanese Princess Ayako Gives Up Royal Status To Marry Commoner, Kei Moriya

What can break laws like love! Princess Ayako married commoner, Kei Moriya on Monday at a traditional ceremony at Tokyo’s Meiji Shrine, to become the latest female royal to leave Japan’s imperial family. The 28-year-old princess, the 3rd daughter of

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The Maternity Photoshoot Of These 3 Biological Sisters Is Everything

Three Nigerian biological sisters with Instagram handles @gechigech, @onyees_lifestyle and @mrscheeko took to Instagram to share lovely photos from their maternity photoshoot, and it is everything. See their posts and lovely photos below: READ ALSO:Nigerian Friends Pregnant at Same Time

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What Ugandan Rehema Kabayana Did To Her Husband For Cheating On Her Is Not Okay

Ugandan woman, Rehema Kabayana, 24, was convinced that her husband, Anthony Sekawa, 28, was seeing other women in their neighbourhood and for this cause, Rehema allegedly did the unthinkable while he slept. Generally, women are perceived as the weaker sexes

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10 Signs Your Child May Have To See an Optician Immediately

Ineh Olisah Did you know that about 80 percent of what children learn in school is taught visually? That means if your child has an uncorrected vision problem, it could severely affect his or her development. Parents of children who

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Dear MIMsters: Are My Feelings Towards Hubby and His Son Justified or Am I Overreacting?

Are my feelings towards hubby and his son justified or am I overreacting? I have been married for 2 years. When we were still dating, hubby told me he had a son whom I innocently accepted because I saw no

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Dencia Recounts Her Breast Cancer Experience At 12 To Inspire Young Girls And It Is Spot-On

Controversial Cameroonian singer and fashion icon, Reprudencia Sonkey ‘Dencia’, 30, has taken to Instagram to recount finding a lump in her right breast at the age of 12, after she heard an older girl of about 18-years old in her

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Why Parents Should Not Be Too Quick To Give Children Ibuprofen Or Paracetamol – Expert Warns

A study in the US found parents are too quick to reach for paracetamol or ibuprofen, potentially prolonging their child’s illness and even putting their health at risk. The “fever phobia” could mean children receive accidental overdoses of medicines such as

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