Dangers of wearing waist trainers

Some common questions comes to mind when you are considering using waist trainers. Ladies: Here are 5 dangers of wearing waist trainers Ladies: Here are 5 dangers of wearing waist trainers Waist training is the process of using a steel boned corset to modify your waist into an hourglass shape with semi-permanent results. They are latex body fitting materials that …

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Osun State warn against lawlessness funmigation

The Osun State Government has warned individuals and institutions against indiscriminate decontamination and fumigation of public places in the state. Mr Sola Oladepo, Commissioner for Environment and Sanitation, who gave the warning in a statement in Osogbo, said some are doing it in a bid to sanitise the environment against COVID-19 pandemic. He directed owners and managements of private schools, …

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Lagos State: Sweepers protest non payment of salaries

The Lagos House of Assembly has urged Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu to investigate the recent protest by street sweepers engaged by Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) over non-payment of their salaries. The resolution followed a motion, entitled; “Need to Enhance Waste Management In Lagos State,” moved by Mr Desmond Elliot (Surulere Constituency I) during plenary on Monday. Newsmen report that …

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Reps shut down amidst fears of Coronavirus in Nigeria

The House of Representatives has resolved to suspend plenary for two weeks to screen and detect symptoms of the deadly coronavirus, currently spreading fear across the country. According to the house, the period will allow the Management of the National Assembly and principal officers, provide screening and detection facilities at the complex. The decision to close the Green Chamber, came …

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Flood: Senate implores Federal Govt. to dredge the Niger and Benue Rivers

The Federal Government has been urged by the Senate to dredge the Niger and Benue Rivers in order to end re-occurrence of the flood disaster in the country. In the resolution over the incessant flooding that has ravaged several communities in many states, the Senate urged the federal and state governments to institute a land use and environmental planning, including …

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Emergency declared in Yemen’s Sanaa over cholera crisis

A state of emergency has been declared in Yemen’s rebel-held capital, Sanaa, according to the local Saba news agency, after a cholera outbreak killed scores of people over the past two weeks. The health ministry of the Houthi government announced the measure late on Sunday, saying that “the number of casualties surpassed the normal rates, exceeding the capacity of the …

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Lagos urges Queens College to delay resumption

  The Lagos State Government has recommended that Queen College delays its resumption till appropriate measures are taken to ensure the safety of the students. According to the state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris, the recommendation is necessary to ensure that all the sources of contaminants in the school which had been causing the death of students are properly …

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Oslo Humanitarian Conference: Donor Countries Visit Borno

Thirteen donor countries are conducting assessment tours in Borno state, ahead of the February 24 Oslo humanitarian conference in Nigeria and the Lake Chad region. The United Nations (UN) and other sister agencies have launched major emergency appeals for increased funding, to effectively bridge the gap in the crisis affected areas, as millions of people in the Lake Chad region …

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