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Daily Archives: July 8, 2018

WHO says adults require less than 5g of salt daily

Salt

The World Health Organisation (WHO), has recommended that every adult should consume less than five grammes of salt; less than one teaspoon daily to maintain a healthy life. WHO, on its Twitter Handle @WHOAFRO, on Saturday, said most people still consumed too much salt, an average of nine to 12 grammes daily or about twice the recommended maximum level of ...

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Lagos State Govt. cleans up illegal dumpsite in Apapa

Lagos State Govt. cleans up illegal dumpsite in Apapa

The Lagos State Ministry of Environment on Saturday mopped up an illegal dumpsite at Coconut Area of the Apapa axis, to ensure a cleaner and healthier environment. Durosinmi-Etti said that the mope up of refuse on the Apapa axis of Oshodi Expressway was necessary because of the hazard it posed for the residents of the environment. He said that the ...

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Dangote Refinery to start selling petrol, diesel, aviation fuel by early 2020

Dangote Refinery to start selling petrol, diesel, aviation fuel by early 2020

The Dangote refinery plans to start selling petrol, diesel and aviation fuel by early 2020, but the fertiliser plant, will start producing urea this year, Edwin Devakumar, the group executive director told Bloomberg. The $10 billion refinery, set to be one of the world’s largest and which can process 650,000 barrels of crude a day, should be near full capacity ...

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IBB must tell Nigerians why MKO was sacrificed – Abiola’s Aide

IBB must tell Nigerians why MKO was sacrificed – Abiola’s Aide

Arewa Youths Consultative Forum, AYCF and son of late human rights activist, Gani Fawehinmi, Muhammed, have demanded from President Muhammadu Buhari to pay late Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola’s family 25 years entitlements as President, just as the family marked the 20th anniversary of his death. They stressed that the title of Grand Commander of the Order of the Federal ...

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