Friday, January 8, 2016

The Most Beautiful Natural Waterfall: Erin Ijesha (Olumirin)

Erin Ijesha (Olumirin) is a seven step waterfall in Osun State, Nigeria, the waterfalls is a new energizing and amazing experience with nature. Every progression of the waterfall has a flowing fountain that denote the magical way of the spot. The waterfall is a wonderful array of seven extraordinary levels, with every level giving a radical new standpoint when compared with the previous level. The water fall oozes a remedial feeling which only something natural can produce.

2 of Top 10 Nigerian Snacks & Their Health Benefits (Akara)

2. Akara
At number two is akara. Akara is very popular among Nigerians. It's so tasty and wonderful. Am sure God gave the recipe to oduduwa to give us Nigerians. Akara is made with beans and deeply fried in oil. It is the best snack that can be eaten with bread or pap.
What are the health benefits of Akara? Well to benefit from eating akara somehow depends on the oil used in frying it. It should be cholesterol free. However it is rich in dietary fiber, protein and is perfect for weight loss.
Now it's time to find out the number one snack in Nigeria.

3,032 Pardoned Soldiers Reject Redeployment To N-east To Fight Boko Haram

….say they have never been really re-instated

By Luka Binniyat

KADUNA—The 3032 soldiers, who were pardoned last August for various offences during campaigns against the Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram, in the North East of Nigeria, have rejected posting to the fronts.

The soldiers explained that they were never really pardoned and re-integrated into the Army, but rather, re-sentenced to the war front.

*Some suspected culprits at the inauguration of a general court martial to try erring army personnel, in Jos, yesterday. PHOTO: NAN.
*Some of the soldiers

Vanguard learned this created anxiety at the Command and Staff College, Nigerian Army School of Infantry, NASI, Jaji, Kaduna state, when over 3,000 soldiers – who claimed to have been subjected to unimaginable ill treatment after their pardon – were gathered by the Commandant of NASI, Major General Kassim Aldulkareem, to inform them that they have been assigned new riffles and should be ready for deployment to the fronts on the 11 January, 2016.