Yes o!
😃 It’s the 1st Saturday of th
e year, Rejoice, slap on your finest make up, get into that dress&put on your crown! Yup you read that right(y) Tie your Gele/headtie and let’s rock it!*PARTY*

As usual,TBD’s got your back. With tutorials to show you Proper gele tying: and if you’re feeling a bit “Ankara-ish”:

Like(y) /Comment =-V Enjoy!

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After skipping four grades in elementary
and high school, graduating from college at 18, then landing a business-development position at news aggregator Digg, Brian Wong was on the fast track to success. But five months later, he found himself jobless–and trying to determine what to do next. Click to continue Reading.

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Blogging TIPS

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Some people says its helps generate more traffic to your blog, it doesn’t just do that. It also helps keep your blogs interface very simple and constructive.

See how to add a READ MORE TAG to your blog post here >>

[Author – Viklin]

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Tips on how to get started on blogging

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Having listed blogging niche ideas to help you get started with your blog, here are a couple of blog niche samples in Nigeria you might want to lay your hands on even if you have no idea where and how to get started with choosing a super cool niche for yourself.

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8 Things To Know About The Deadly Rat Which Transmits Lassa Fever

Which Transmits Lassa Fever


By Opeyemi Odu   /   Wednesday, 20 Jan 2016

With the outbreak of the deadly Lassa fever across Nigeria, here are things to know about the virus and the deadly rat that transmits it.

1) Lassa fever is an acute viral illness that occurs in west Africa and is caused by the Lassa virus.

2) The Lassa virus, a member of the Arenavirus family of viruses is a single-stranded RNA virus and is zoonotic, or animal-borne.

3) The illness was discovered in 1969 when two missionary nurses died in Nigeria and the virus is named after the town in Nigeria where the first cases occurred.

4) In 1972, the Natal multimammate rat (aka Mastomys natalensis or the African rat) was found to be the natural host of the Lassa fever virus.

5) It is a species of rodent in the family Muridae. are the largest family of rodents and indeed of mammals, containing over 700 species found naturally throughout Eurasia, Africa

6) Mastomys natalensis is commonly known as the “multimammate rat” due to the female’s multiple and prominent mammary glands. These rats associate closely with humans, and are commonly found in and around African villages.

7) The virus is transmitted to humans from contacts with food or household items contaminated with rodent excreta. Person-to-person infections and laboratory transmission can also occur, particularly in the hospital environment in the absence of adequate infection control measures.

8) Prevention of Lassa fever relies on promoting good “community hygiene” to discourage rodents from entering homes. Effective measures include storing grain and other foodstuffs in rodent-proof containers, disposing of garbage far from the home, maintaining clean households and keeping cats.

Family members should always be careful to avoid contact with blood and body fluids while caring for sick persons.

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