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Nollywood Actress, Genevieve Nnaji Hits Jackpot
For those waiting to see Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji on the screen, we are sad to announce to you that the queen many not be coming back any time soon as she has found herself a new love.
Her new business interest according to a top Nollywood source is real estate. The actress has partnered with a top real estate firm in Abuja to develop a new estate which is now her number one source of income.
Rumours have it that the 39 year old woman who had a brief romance with eccentric singer, Dbanj is making millions of naira from her new business venture.
The source NG met at a function on Wednesday revealed that Genevieve Nnaji is not only living her life to the fullest, she is also fulfilled in her new business line as it is less competitive and very profitable.
On when we should expect her back on the big screen, the source said Genny who has been rejecting scripts since last year may return anytime she likes the script presented to her.
How to apply for university of Abuja post Utme screening. EligibilityTo be eligible to participate for the screening candidate mush have:1.participated in the 2018 jamb exam or applied through direct entry (De) mode:
2. Score not less than 180 marks in the 2018 Utme
3. Must possess at least five '0' level credits passes at not more than two sittings in relevant subjects.
4. The Student must have chose university of Abuja as first choice in the 2018 jamb.
Eligible candidates are required to pay a processing fee of 2000 naira only, through Remita platform via the University of Abuja 2018 post Utme portal.
How to apply for the screening
Before commencement of registration a candidate is required to have his/her jamb registration number and o level Examination Qualifying details handy with the respective scratch cards details before proceeding to commence the Application.
1. visit the University of Abuja 2018 post Utme screening portalwww.uniabujautme.com and 2.create your profile,…
A homeless American man has sued a couple who raised more $400,000 to help him.
The homeless good Samaritan who gained national fame after the stranded motorist he gave his last $20 to raised more than $400,000 in his name is now suing her and her boyfriend, claiming the couple is committing fraud by taking more than half of the money for themselves.
On Tuesday, attorneys for Johnny Bobbitt Jr. filed the lawsuit in the Superior Court of New Jersey in Burlington County against Kate McClure, 28 and Mark D’Amico, 39.
Last year, Bobbitt, a 35-year-old Marine Corps veteran who was living on the streets of Philadelphia, gave McClure the last of the cash he had panhandled that day after she ran out of gas on Interstate 95, McClure wrote on a GoFundMe fundraiser she created on Nov. 10.
Bobbitt even instructed McClure to get back in her car and lock the doors before returning minutes later with a red gas can, McClure wrote.
At first, McClure showed her gratitude to Bobbitt by providing him wi…
One of the main health benefits behind edible insects are the large amounts of protein found in these small creatures.
In Nigeria, termites are usually roasted and eaten as food, mostly during the rainy season.
But can termites be the next therapeutic resource for the treatment of asthma, hoarseness and sinusitis, wounds, malnutrition and nutrient deficiency?
Recent studies suggest that, in addition to their ecological importance, termites are a source of medicinal and food resources to various human populations in various locations of the world, showing their potential for being used as an alternative protein source in human or livestock diets, as well as a source for new medicines.
Nigerian researchers have determined the nutrient composition and the toxicant level of the commonly eaten termites (Macrotermes bellicosus) castes in Niger-Delta region of Nigeria.
Macrotermes bellicosus are known to the Ibos as Aku; to the Hausa as Khiyea; Esusun in Yoruba; and Ebu in Annang.