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Kemi Olunloyo Says What Killed Yinka Odumakin Was More Than #Covid19

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Kemi Olunloyo Says What Killed Yinka Odumakin Was More Than #Covid19

Kemi Olunloyo Says What Killed Yinka Odumakin Was More Than #Covid19Social Media Personalty and United trained investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has revealed the real cause of Yinka Odumakin’s Death as against widely circulated covid19 death.

The Genius Media Nigeria reports that she made this known via a tweet on her twitter page saying:

Kemi Olunloyo Reveals Real Cause Of Yinka Odumakin's Death

MY FINAL STATEMENT ON LATE YINKA ODUMAKIN. Also he DID NOT die of #Covid19

. NIGERIANS must start emulating the truth. #Kemitalksmedia

Recall that the activist had been on ventilator at a treatment centre before he eventually died of covid-19 disease on April 3rd

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BREAKING: Prophet Joshua Iginla Loses Mother

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BREAKING: Prophet Joshua Iginla Loses Mother

BREAKING: Prophet Joshua Iginla Loses Mother—–One of Nigeria’s Popular Man of God, Joshua Iginla has lost his mother, Deaconess Moraimo Lasisi Iginla.

The Genius Media Nigeria reports that she was aged 83 before she died.

Announcing this news, The man of God explained that his mother taught him how to be a giver, and taught him how to forgive.

He also eulogized the many qualities of His mother whom He will surely miss

BREAKING: Prophet Joshua Iginla Loses Mother

Read his full statement below

The Queen of peace and love , the vehicle that brought me to the world. You are my hero of childhood mum. You held my hands when I was small, you caught me when I fell and you taught me love, forgiveness and how to be a giver.

I remember your last word mum, today you have gone to be with the Lord. Death takes the body. God takes the soul and the spirit. Our mind holds your memories. Our heart keeps your love. Our faith let us know, we will meet you again.

Your 83years on earth was a blessing. Your memory a treasure. I love you mum forever.

GOODNIGHT DEACONESS MORIAMO LASISI IGINLA MAMI , MAMA RERE.

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BREAKING: Arsenal Captain, Pierre Aubameyang Is Sick [PHOTO]

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BREAKING: Arsenal Captain, Pierre Aubameyang Is Sick [PHOTO]

BREAKING: Arsenal Captain, Pierre Aubameyang Is Sick [PHOTO]—-Gabonese professional footballer who plays as a striker and is the captain of both Premier League club Arsenal and the Gabon national team, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has revealed he has been suffering from Malaria since going on international duty with Gabon last month.

The Genius Media Nigeria reports that he also shared images from the hospital bed on his Instagram page.

The Arsenal striker, missed the clash at the weekend between Arsenal and Sheffield with an illness, with many thinking it was COVID-19 but the striker has now revealed that it was in fact Malaria which has been affecting him.

“I’m already feeling much better every day, thanks to the great doctors that detected and treated the virus so quickly,” Aubameyang said in a post on Instagram, alongside a photo of himself on a hospital bed.

“I wasn’t really feeling myself the last couple weeks but will be back stronger than ever soon!”

Since returning from international duty, he has played two games for Arsenal — against Liverpool in the Premier League on April 3 and against Slavia Prague in the Europa League last week.

He missed the win over Sheffield United in the league on Sunday and wasn’t part of the squad taking on Slavia in the second leg of the quarterfinals on Thursday.

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#JummahMubarak: The Ramadan Tradition Of Breaking A Fast With Dates

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#JummahMubarak: The Ramadan Tradition Of Breaking A Fast With Dates

#JummahMubarak: The Ramadan Tradition Of Breaking A Fast With Dates—-Fasting during Ramadan is from sunrise to sunset.

This tradition is rooted in religious teachings of the Prophet Muhammad, who is quoted as saying: “When one of you is fasting, he should break his fast with dates; but if he cannot get any, then (he should break his fast) with water, for water is purifying.“

Moroccan Muslims, like countless other Muslims around the world, follow a religious tradition of serving dates (tmar) at their Ramadan iftar table, with many making it a point to actually to break their fast with them. Dates are not only associated with Ramadan, however.

#JummahMubarak: The Ramadan Tradition Of Breaking A Fast With Dates


The fruit is mentioned more than 20 times in the Quran, and they’re favored by many Muslims for tahneek, the tradition of rubbing something sweet into the mouth of a newborn.

Healthy Aspects of Dates

What is about dates that make them an ideal and healthy choice for fueling an empty body? For starters, dates are high in sugar, fiber, minerals, phytonutrients, and (when fresh) vitamin C. They also contain potassium, magnesium, iron, and small amounts of protein and fat. Dates are easily digested, making them a quick source of energy and nutrients. Eating dates after a long day of fasting can help the body’s blood glucose levels quickly return to normal. When not fasting, consumption of dates before a meal will satisfy the sensation of hunger, which in turn helps to avoid overeating.

Dates in Morocco

Aside from their religious significance, dates were an important food among the Arabs and early Muslims, and this influence extended to Morocco, where dates have been cultivated for centuries. Dozens of varieties are grown for both domestic and international markets, with Medjool, Halawi, and Deglet Noor being among the most popular.

A Few Interesting Facts About This Naturally Sweet and Popular Food:

Dates are the fruit of the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) tree, which is most widely cultivated in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Africa, Southern Asia, and Southeast Asia.

More than 40 varieties of dates are grown in Arabia alone; the same can be said of Morocco’s date production. Depending on the variety, dates may be harvested soft, dry, or semi-dry.

Dates have been consumed for at least 7,000 years and appear to have been cultivated for more than 2000 years.

Date seeds can lie dormant for years or even decades when germinating conditions are unfavorable.

In addition to tasting good, dates can be beneficial in treating constipation, diarrhea, and intestinal disorders, and they can help promote a healthy heart.

Dates aren’t just for people; Arabs in the Sahara are known to use dates as a feed for camels, horses, and dogs.

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