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How To Lose Weight Without Going To The Gym

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 5:23 am


The first place that anyone who wants to lose weight thinks about is the gym. This is because they have the necessary equipment to serve this purpose. However, it is not every time you want to lose weight you go to the gym.

It is possible to shed some calories by embracing some lifestyle changes.

Jumia Travel shed more light on this. You will not only lose weight, you will also save money on gym membership.

Make water your best friend
A popular Nigerian musician sang Water e no get enemy. Yes, water doesn't have enemy yet many persons don't drink it. They prefer taking sugary energy drinks rather than water Make water your best friend and you won't need to go to the gym.

Vary your exercise regime
You see your friends returning from Your Spa & Fitness located at Four Points by Sheraton and you think they are fitter than you. That may not be true. In fact, you do not need to worry about that. What you need to do is to vary your exercise activities. Varying your exercise regime helps the body to respond faster to losing weight.

Sleep, sleep, and more sleep
Sleep can also aid weight loss. At least, a brief nap during the day can assist you to shed some calories.

What goes into your belly?
The more you eat, the more you add weight. If this goes overboard, you become overweight. The questions are what do you eat? Do you eat junk food? If yes, you need to make a decision to stop and begin to eat balanced and nutritious meals.

Make your home your gym
You can set up your home as a gym. If you do not have the equipment, you can simply improvise.

Here's Why Some Nigerians Like Showing Off On Social Media

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 5:22 am


This is the age of social media. They don’t need to carry it around, they only need to upload pics of what they’ve got or what they stole from people's page on social media and you hail them.

As shared by hovabuzz, here are five reasons why some show off so much on social media.

To intimidate and oppress other people:
Many like to prove that they e are better than others. They show off on social media most times, using what we’ve got to intimidate other people, and be seen as successful.

For Acceptance: Some feel that in order to be accepted by the society or people, they need to prove their achievements, show that they are progressing. So when people see that they are making it, they would accept and focus their attention on them.

Pressure: Your mates are doing well updating on the new houses, cars and accessories they’ve got. If you don't know yourself, you will put yourself under pressure to get something to show off too.

To encourage other people: I love this reason so much. They genuinely tell their testimonies to encourage other people, motivate them to work hard. When we see other people who have done it, we are encouraged to do better.

Enemies/Haters: Some have created their own enemies in their heads by themselves. I read some posts where some show off their new acquisition, they keep on mentioning “haters”. My dear, if you are really concentrating on your business, you won’t have time for haters. Those you call haters are busy with their own lives, be real to yourself.

7 Facts You Should Know About Anthony Olufemi Joshua

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 5:21 am


1. Boxing Champion of Nigeria ancestry Anthony Olufemi Joshua wanted to represent Nigeria at the 2012 olympics. But a coach in nigeria told him there was no chance. Joshua reportedly asked to join Nigerian trials but was told that if he was good enough, he'd represent England instead of coming back to Nigeria. [A coach has denied this, saying he reported late to camp in Nigeria]

2. Joshua was born to a Nigerian mother and a father of Nigerian and Irish descent. His cousin is fellow unbeaten professional boxer, Ben Ileyemi. The pair made their professional debut together in 2013.

3. Joshua grew up much of his early years in Nigeria and returned to U.K Halfway through Year 7 to join Kings Langley Secondary School. He became a boxer in 2007 at the age of 18 after he was encouraged by his cousin.

4. As an upcoming boxer, Joshua won numerous bouts and competition which made him a kid to watch out for. In 2011, he made it to the world amateur boxing championship in azerbaijan where he won silver medal. He won a Olympic gold for Great Britain at the London Olympics in 2012. As an Amatuer, he won a gold medal in the super heavy-weight division at the 2012 Olympics.

5. As of march 2016, Joshua is ranked the world's 8 best heavy weight boxer by the ring magazine. And currently boasts of a 100 percent knock out ratio.

6. He has won all the 15 bouts of his professional career.

7. He worked as a bricklayer before taking up boxing full time.

Today he's a World Champion.

6 Life-saving Tips For Running A Generator At Home

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 5:19 am


In almost every home in Nigeria, you will find a generator because power is unstable. Some run their generator for 24 hours while others run it in the night. However, in recent times, we have heard of people dying because of generator fumes. It is unfortunate but true.

Obviously, this carbon monoxide is very harmful to the body.

In line with this, Jumia Travel shares lifesaving tips for running a generator at home.

Your generator should be far away from your window
As long as generators use dirty energy such fuel or diesel, it will always release fumes. So, it should be reasonably far away from your window. Do not say that because you tightly shut your window and doors, you want to place it beside it. It is dangerous.

Use your generator outdoor 

You will be shocked that some people in this country use their generator right in their parlour or sitting room. They don’t want to leave it outside for fear of it being stolen or because they are too lazy to go outside to switch it off. You are joking with your life if you continue with this practice.

Do not run it in an enclosed area
A generator needs ventilation to function properly because of the heat it produces while it is working. Always use your generator in an open space so that it will be able to breathe. A generator may stop working or explode if there is no ventilation.

Turn off all your appliances
Before you start your generator, turn off all your appliances to prevent any damage. This is because a power surge can destroy your devices. Also, do not overload your generator.

Never refuel a hot generator
It is no gainsaying that you should not refuel a generator while it is running let alone when it is hot. Your generator may explode if you do this. Hence, switch off before refuelling.

Periodic maintenance
Always maintain your generator by taking it for regular checkup especially when it produces fumes. Sooner or rather than later, it will collapse.

Meet The Sexy Female Chef Who Cooks Naked On Her TV Show (Photos)

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 5:07 am


A new steamy cooking show features the world’s most daring TV host and cheeky female chef who strip off their clothes while making tasty dishes.

The Naked Kitchen show on Miami TV is the latest show by raunchy reporter Jenny Scordamaglia. In the latest episode she is ably assisted by glamorous guest Eila Adams.

Both women chat about the cooking as if they are totally oblivious about being in the buff in front of a camera. Her bold dress sense has won her thousands of adoring fans who tune in to see what she is and in many case, isn’t wearing. More below.




Funke Akindele Tours North America With Jenifa’s Diary Crew

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 5:03 am


Nollywood star, Funke Akindele is set to go on a tour of North America with the cast of her popular Tv show, Jenifa’s Diary which will be featured as a stage play in theatres in United State and Canada. The tour will kick off by July and will run through August.

An excited Funke made the announcement on her social media to the delight of her fans in the US who have already started making plans ahead of the actress visit to their country.


This will be the first ever Nigerian Tv series that will go on a stage play tour in North America. Another milestone for Funke AkindelešŸ‘

Top 8 Most Stylish Kings In Nigeria – 2 Of Them Use The Most Expensive Rolls Royce Cars (With Photos)

Posted By: Oladiti Atm - 4:57 am


Most stylish Kings in Nigeria: Nigeria’s popular monarchs are known for their unique style and carriage. They set themselves apart from other monarchs in the world and are definitely in a league of their own in terms of poise and character. We bring you 8 of Nigeria’s most stylish kings:

8. Oba Saheed Elegushi

Oba Saheed Elegushi is the youngest monarch in Lagos State. The 39-year-old Lagos socialite was born to the family of late (Oba) Yekini Adeniyi Elegushi, Elegushi Royal Family of Ikateland in 1976.

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Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi is married to Olori Sekinat Aramide Elegushi and they have three children.

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The admirable Oba who has a preference for dark shades likes hanging out at the most elite parts of Lagos with top celebrities and movers and shakers in the Lagos metropolis. Most times, he is spotted in public with neat Yoruba traditional wears and shoes and cap to match.

7. Oba Of Benin

The Oba of Benin, or Omo N’Oba, is the Oba (king) of the Edo people and the Supreme Ruler Of The Benin Kingdom. The current Oba was formerly known as Prince Solomon Akenzua but is regarded as His Royal Majesty Omo n’Oba n’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo Erediauwa I. The Benin empire is one that spans decades and is occupied by the present day Edo people also known as Bini people. The Oba, usually decked in red and white attire commands untold influence and he never parades about without a cogent reason to be in public.

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It is said that once a new Oba is crowned, his first son will never set eyes on him again till the day he dies. And yes, the Benin Kingdom is one of the few monarchical systems standing where only the eldest son ascends the throne.

6. Muhammad Sanusi II

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Former Central Bank governor, Alhaji Lamido Sanusi was crowned Muhammadu Sanusi II, the 14th Emir of Kano in June 2014 after the death of his predecessor, Late Ado Bayero. Sanusi is a highly learned individual who pushed far reaching reforms in the CBN before he left unceremoniously.

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As Emir of Kano, Sanusi has matured gracefully into the role and now moves around with the air of a true king. He is loved by many and when he dons a pair of sunglasses on his amazing Northen regalia, one cannot but salute the man himself and the power he weilds.

5. Dein Of Agbor

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Benjamin Ikenchuku Keagborekuzi I is the current ‘Dein of Agbor’. He was only two years and four months old after being born in July 1977 when he was crowned king following the the unexpected death of his father. He is currently 38 years of age and has proven to be a wonderful leader driving far reaching reforms in Agbor.

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In 2006, President Obasanjo named him Chancellor of University of Ilorin, thus making him, at 29, the youngest Chancellor of any university-public or private-in all of Africa. He is known to be one of the most stylish kings around as his chains and rings are like none other. If we had to pick a king who ruled over the empire of ‘Swag’, it would be the great Dein.

4. Oba Rilwan Akiolu

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The Oba of Lagos may be the king of Lagos but he serves as a ceremonial ruler of Lagos which is arguably the true heart of the Nigerian nation. Oba Akiolu has no actual political power, but is sought as a counsel or sponsor by Nigerian politicians who seek support from the various residents of Lagos.

Oba Rilwan graces top notch social events in the city and his dressing, swagger and entourage is unmatched.

3. The Obi Of Onitsha

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The Obi of Onitsha, His Majesty lgwe Nnaemeka Alfred Achebe is the traditional leader of Onitsha, Anambra State, southeast Nigeria. The office of Obi is recognised by the state and federal governments of Nigeria, and the Obi himself is serves in the capacity of representative of the Onitsha people to the government at state and federal levels. Achebe is one traditional ruler who has earned a lot of respect and loyalty from his subjects. He is the twenty-first in a dynasty that has thrived for more than four hundred years. He occupies an important position among the people of Onitsha and he is personally associated with the conduct of essential aspects of Onitsha local affairs.

Achebe is one man that has a very stylish demeanour and his ability to attend cultural events dressed in colourful clothes is one to be admired.

2. Oba Fredrick Akinruntan

Oba Fredrick Akinruntan is the Olugbo of Ugbo land and he is one monarch in Nigeria that has redefined the term ‘style’. He is the wealthiest king in Nigeria according to Forbes with an estimated net worth of $300million. Oba Akinruntan made his money from the oil business. He is the founder of Obat Oil and is also into real estate as he has exquisite buildings in choice locations in London and across Nigeria.

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He possesses an array of luxury cars in his magnificent palace. He made history in 2012 when he emerged the first black person to buy the 2014 model of Bentley which was made solely for Queen Elizabeth of England in the belief that other people would wait till 2014 to ride it.

1. The Alaafin of Oyo Empire, his imperial Majesty Oba (Dr.) Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III

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The Alaafin is definitely a monarch with unrivalled class. Oba Adeyemi III, no doubt is one of Africa’s most powerful and most influential kings, and has lived two decades and over half a century into decades of heeding the natural call of the gods and his people.

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He is known to always move in the company of his wives all decked in the finest traditional wears that scream pure royalty.

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