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Upgrading Education around Nigeria – Here’s How Prince Ebeano Supermarket revamped a School in Delta State



With a population of over 200 million and reportedly over 10 million out-of-school children – one of the highest in the world, it is evident that Nigeria’s educational system needs urgent intervention.

However, this isn’t a job that the government can do alone. Private sector participation is necessary if the system will receive the attention it needs. Thankfully, several businesses and private organisations are rising to the occasion with innovative corporate social responsibility initiatives that directly impact the educational sector. One of them is Prince Ebeano Supermarket, a retail store with six outlets located across Lagos and Abuja with others in the pipeline.

This one-stop retail outlet Prince Ebeano Supermarket took on the incredible feat of renovating and revamping a secondary school named St. Columba’s Grammar School in the city of Agbor, Delta State. The state-of-the-art learning facility comprises eight blocks of classrooms, fully-equipped physics, chemistry and biology labs, a solar-powered ICT centre, staff rooms and a skill acquisition centre.

This CSR project by the brand was commissioned in a ceremony held on the 7th of June 2021.

Amongst the prominent dignitaries present at the event were Representative from Prince Ebeano Supermarket, Chidi Kossi; Executive Chairman, Ika South L.GA/Representative of the Delta state Governor, Hon. Evangelist Sunday Tataobuzogwu; Chairman Education Commission Catholic Diocese of Issele-Uku, Very Reverend Father Dr. Anthony Banye; President, Old Boys Association, Barrister Gbenoba S.O.A; First senior prefect, St. Columba’s Grammar School, Barth Ibegbulem and newly-elected Principal, St. Columba’s Grammar School, Reverend Father Joseph Ugboh.

This isn’t the first time Prince Ebeano Supermarket will be supporting various communities with social impact solutions. They have consistently demonstrated their dedication to impacting lives and communities by going as far as designing, building and donating 21st century educational structures with relevant laboratories to schools such as the Uweifo Primary School in 2019 and the Agwa Ewuru Secondary School in 2012, both in Delta state. They have also spearheaded road projects across Lagos and Abuja, as well as a hospital in Lagos, with a cancer centre project in the pipeline.

Living up to its mantra of “Customer is always king“, Prince Ebeano Supermarket continues to support its customers and other Nigerians with unbeatable prices and proactive humanitarian responses to social issues.

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May God forgive those spreading rumours that I’m dead- Abiara



The founder of the Christ Apostolic Church of Christ, Agbala Itura worldwide, Prophet Samuel Abiara, has debunked news of his purported death.

Abiara, who spoke with The PUNCH on the telephone on Tuesday, however, prayed that God forgive those behind the rumour.

“Nothing happened to me. At least you know I am alive since you’re speaking to me. People are just talking nonsense. I pray God forgives them.”

In a separate statement, the cleric said it was unfortunate that the fake news emanated from a journalist.

“This is a false story and it is shocking that a journalist can publish a lie without proper vetting of the information.  A journalist whose job is to write true stories should not engage in this kind of false information.

“This caused a lot of consternation all over the world.  Fake news is not the way to gain readership or follower-ship.  We hereby demand a retraction or apology from the publication posted on the same blog within 24 hours to avoid any other legal action,” Abiara said.

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Don Jazzy Reveals Why He’s Scared For Established Artists Who Decide To Be Lazy



Mavin Record boss Don Jazzy has disclosed why he’s so scared for already established artists who decide to be lazy in this era.

Don Jazzy talking about the change that has occurred in the industry this era said he’s scared for already established artists who decide to be lazy and run on the fame they already have as that won’t last them any longer.

According to Don Jazzy, the quality music that these young new artists are making is 100% and he listens to them making him scared for any established artists who decide to be lazy moving forward and ride on their past glory.

Per the post of Don Jazzy, he’s scared that these new artists will take over the airwaves very soon and the established ones who decide to be lazy would have to struggle to compete with them before their songs can be heard.

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Coming from a very good artist now music producer, it’s clear the new artists are prepared to take over the airwaves but then Don Jazzy is scared for the established ones who will decide to be lazy as they would be left behind.

In the era in which we are in now, no one can ride on their past glories, and moving forward the established artists would have to compete strongly with the new artists judging from what Don Jazzy said.

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“Na video I say I wan shoot” — Singer, Teni cries out as video director suspends her in a car (videos)



Nigerian singer, Teniola Apata popularly known as Teni, has shared a video of the scary moment she was suspended in a car for a music video shoot.

The “Case” singer was seen trying to get in the car which had already been suspended with a rope. Teni was visibly scared because she was literally hanging in the air by at least 6 feet.

However, she quickly got used to being mid-air as seen in another clip she shared. In the video, she was seen singing, joking and talking to people on the ground.

She captioned one of the videos, “Help me beg @boy_director abeg! Na video I say I one shoot 🙁”

Watch the videos below,

Different reactions has trailed the video as some fans stated they wouldn’t want to test their village people with that kind of stunt.

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BBNaija Reunion: Tolanibaj Calls Neo Out For Leading Kaisha On In The House, Claims He Also Said He Liked Her



The third episode of the big brother Naija lockdown reunion came off last night and Tolanibaj was with the drama.

After getting into it with Prince and Vee, she also had a moment with Neo where the two exchanged a few words.

Neo and Tolanibaj

Tolani claimed that Neo had told Erica something about feeling her (Tolanibaj) but Neo denied it.

Tbaj then called Neo a liar and asked him to learn to be a man and own his sh!t.

I’m very disappointed that you are a liar“, she said.

She then went on to say that, that was the same way he was deceiving Kaisha in the house that nobody knew about.

Kaisha and Neo

She accused him of leading Kaisha on but he denied doing such a thing. Tolani then went on to call him a liar and stated that, she has lost respect for him.

This boy is a liar. Shut up! I’ve lost respect for you at this point and I’m so disappointed“, she ranted.

Watch the moment below…


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See the 9 Natural Hair Mistakes to Avoid on Your Journey



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What if we told you, you’re probably are making natural hair mistakes that are preventing you from achieving your hair goals, but you are not aware of it?

Even if you’ve had natural hair all your life or are going back to your natural curls or coils, there are still new things to learn about caring for your natural hair.

We’ve put together a list of some mistakes you could be making (and not even be aware of how they’re harming your strands) so you can avoid doing them in the future.

High tension hairstyles

While you may love a box braid or a sleek bun, high-tension styles can do a lot of harm to your hair-especially your edges. You might want to experiment with low-tension hairstyles like twist-outs and other protective styles that won’t pull on your roots. If you do decide to wear a high ponytail or braids, don’t make them too tight.

Wearing a protective style too long

Protective hairstyles aid hair growth and give your hair a break from over-manipulation. However, many people make the mistake of wearing protective styles for too long. Wearing a protective style for a long period of time will put too much tension on your hair, and it may lead to breakage. Keep your protective style in for no longer than 4 weeks.

Over manipulation

It’s hard not to experiment with different hairstyles when you have defined curls. Some of those styles require manipulating your hair, but too much touching of your hair can lead to dry strands, breakage, frizz, and product build-up. As a result, this can negatively affect hair growth. Keep your hair healthy by choosing styles that don’t require a lot of pulling or combing.

Using the wrong hair products

Before picking that hair product off the shelves, think of what your hair needs, as well as your hair type and porosity.

Using too many products

A common natural hair mistake is using too much product. Too much product can offset your moisture levels and cause harm to your hair.

Forgetting to wrap your hair up at night

Just as you would without a protective hairstyle, you should always wrap your hair up at night to prevent flyaways and breakage. This alone will make it easier for you to keep up your protective style.

Avoiding regular trims

With natural hair, health should always come before length. No matter how scary it may be to lose length, visit your stylist regularly for trims. Hair trimming eliminates split ends, prevents breakage, and minimizes damage so that your tresses grow strong and healthy. Make sure you follow the directions on your products when you apply them to prevent any problems.

Using excess heat on your hair 

Even though heat as a styling technique is widely used, overusing heat on natural hair causes more harm than good. Heat damaged hair will often be overly dry, have a rough texture, tangle, and knot, it’s also harder to style. If you are looking to grow your hair, minimize the use of heat styling tools.

Skipping deep conditioning

A common mistake people make with their natural hair is thinking that regular conditioning is all they have to do. Deep conditioning should be an essential part of your natural hair care routine. Depending on your hair texture, deep conditioners can be used twice every two weeks or once a week. It’s all about finding what works for your hair.

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