Month: June 2009

Why the Price of Gas May Increase (Even More)

By Adeola Aderounmu The activities of the Nigerian Militants have ensured that crude oil has almost stopped flowing in Nigeria. This means that tough days are ahead of Nigerians and the rest of us elsewhere in the world. The pump price of gas may… Continue Reading “Why the Price of Gas May Increase (Even More)”

A case for the French Embassy in Nigeria

Written by David Udo Anwana My name is David Udo Anwana, I am writing to request for a legal assistance for a case between me and the French Embassy that has been lingering in the karu magistrate court in Nasarawa state Nigeria, since 22nd… Continue Reading “A case for the French Embassy in Nigeria”

Why June 12 Is Our ONLY Hope

by Adeola Aderounmu June 12 1993 is a day that has refused to depart from our memories and to millions of witnesses it appears like it was just yesterday. Making it right once and for all is an enormous task and the fact that… Continue Reading “Why June 12 Is Our ONLY Hope”

The Most Corrupt People I know

By Adeola Aderounmu. Mrs. Waziri said she is prepared to sacrifice her life in the pursuit of her job as the boss of the EFCC. I have heard or listened to many useless comments before and this is one of the most useless remarks… Continue Reading “The Most Corrupt People I know”

THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF OBESITY

A review by Adeola Aderounmu (Written in May 2005) Introduction Obesity is a worldwide chronic disease affecting over 300 million adults. Excess body fat is the largest nutritionally related problem in the United States and many other affluent countries (Willet and Leibel, 2002). The… Continue Reading “THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF OBESITY”

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