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Lifestyle: See 10 Habits That Makes You Broke Always

Lifestyle: See 10 Habits That Makes You Broke Always   Breaking the cycle of poverty is no easy task, but it is possible. One of the first steps is to identify and break the bad money habits that are keeping you broke.  Here are 10 habits that can make you broke always: 1. Not having (and living to) a budget A budget is a plan for your money. It helps you to track your income and expenses so that you can make sure that you are spending less than you earn. If you don't have a budget, it is easy to overspend and end up in debt. To create a budget, start by tracking your income and expenses for a month. Once you have a good understanding of where your money is going, you can start to create a budget that works for you. There are many different budgeting methods, so find one that you are comfortable with and stick to it. 2. Relying too heavily on credit Credit can be a useful tool, but it is important to use it responsibly. If you rely too heavily on credit, you can quickly end up

All you need to know about Halloween Festival

All you need to know about Halloween Festival Halloween Festival is a holiday celebrated on October 31, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Saints.  It is a time for people to come together and celebrate the macabre and the supernatural. Halloween Festival is often associated with costumes, candy, pumpkins, and bonfires. The origins of Halloween can be traced back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.  Samhain was a time to mark the end of the summer harvest and the beginning of the winter season.  It was also a time to remember the dead. The Celts believed that on Samhain, the veil between the living and the dead was thin, and that spirits could freely cross over into the world of the living. To ward off evil spirits on Samhain, the Celts would light bonfires, wear costumes, and leave food offerings for the dead.  They also carved faces into pumpkins and placed candles inside them. The pumpkins were believed to represent the spirits of the dead. Over time, the Celti

Top 10 Most Expensive phones in the world

  Top 10 Most Expensive Phones in the World Smartphones have become an essential part of our lives. We use them to stay connected with friends and family, stay entertained, and even get things done. But while most smartphones are relatively affordable, there are a few select models that are priced sky-high. In this article, we'll take a look at the top 10 most expensive phones in the world. These phones are all incredibly luxurious, and they come with some of the most cutting-edge features and technology on the market. But what really sets them apart is their price tag. If you're looking for the most expensive phone in the world, you're in for a treat. These phones are truly one-of-a-kind, and they're sure to turn heads wherever you go. But before you start saving up, be warned: these phones are definitely not for everyone. 1. Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond - $48.5 Million The Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond is the most expensive phone in the world. It&

Rising rate of criminality in our society is alarming ~ Who is to blame?

Rising rate of criminality in our society is alarming ~ Who is to blame? As unfortunate as it may seem, we have a parenting crisis in our hands right now.  Across all demographic groups and social classes, there is a crisis of parenting which is feeding a crisis of youth delinquency. In recent times, our country is grappling with a distressing upsurge in juvenile delinquency, drug abuse, and related social dysfunction within the ranks of the youth and young adults.   No one in this country today can deny that we are afraid of our own youth.  From Lagos to Port Harcourt, from Maiduguri to Benin, youths are simply on a rampage of violence and anti-social behaviour. Poor parenting is the major factor contributing to this alarming trend.  To curb these high rates of youth misbehaviour and delinquency we must first understand the role of parents and other adults in preparing the youth for a life of responsibility and discipline.  First, the parent must himself or herself understand t

Can the African continent break the chains of Neocolonialism?

Can the African continent break the chains of Neocolonialism? Neocolonialism is a form of indirect colonialism that refers to the continued economic and political domination of former colonies by their former colonizers. It is often characterized by the imposition of unfair trade agreements, the exploitation of natural resources, and the support of corrupt and authoritarian regimes. Africa has been particularly hard hit by neocolonialism. The continent is rich in natural resources, but its people remain among the poorest in the world.  This is due in large part to the neocolonial practices of European powers and other developed countries. Neocolonialism operates in Africa through a variety of mechanisms, including: Unfair trade agreements : African countries are often forced to sign trade agreements that favor the interests of developed countries. These agreements can lead to the exploitation of African workers and the destruction of local industries. Exploitation of natural reso

See 2023 Forbes List of top 10 Richest men in Rivers State and their Networth

SEE 2023 FORBES LIST OF TOP 10 RICHEST MEN IN RIVERS STATE & NET WORTH  Rivers state has wealthy business men in almost every local government area within the state. This is a fact as Rivers state is an oil wealthy area in the south-south geopolitical zone of the country. The state is the most prominent in the Niger Delta region of the country.  Rivers state also has many human resources which has cemented its status particularly in terms of internally generated revenue. The state has a significant population of people who have separated themselves in numerous different backgrounds. Rivers state is also one of the most populated states in Nigeria . Most of these richest individuals in Rivers state are proprietors of top firms, companies, hotels, establishments in the country. While some are involved in politics, others have established their wealth from credible sources that merited their names on this list.  In the course of this article, we will list the top 10 wealthiest men in

10 Things To Know About BBNaija All Stars Winner, Ilebaye

  10 Things To Know About BBNaija All Stars Winner, Ilebaye Big Brother Naija housemate, Ilebaye Precious Odiniya, has won the All Stars edition of the reality TV show and will be going home with N120,000,000 and other prizes. Here are 10 things to know about her: 1. Ilebaye was born on May 9, 2001 in Lokoja, Kogi State. 2. She hails from the Igala tribe of Olamaboro local government area of Kogi State. 3. She had her secondary school education at the Federal Government Girls’ College, Kabba. 4. She has a degree in Criminology and Security Studies from Salem University, Lokoja. 5. During her childhood, she starred in popular movie productions like "Papa Ajasco" by Wale Adenuga Productions. 6. Ilebaye is a professional fashion model and entrepreneur. 7. She contested in BBNaija Season 7 "Level Up"  but was evicted after  three weeks. 8. Ilebaye is the youngest housemate in the BBN All-Stars edition. 9. She is the daughter of Hon. Emmanuel Godson Odiniya and Mrs. Odin

Reasons why Sex education should be thought in schools

Sex education is the process of teaching and learning about sex, relationships, and sexuality. It is an important part of growing up and becoming a healthy adult. Sex education can help people to understand their bodies, develop healthy relationships, and make informed decisions about their sexual health.   There are many different ways to teach sex education. It can be taught in schools, at home, or through other community programs. READ ALSO: Rwandan President Paul Kagame announced he'll run for the 4th term despite being in power for 23 years Sex education should be comprehensive and include information about all aspects of sex and sexuality, including:   ·Human anatomy and physiology ·Sexual development ·Sexual reproduction ·Sexual orientation and gender identity  .Sexual relationships ·Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) ·Unplanned pregnancy ·Contraception ·Sexual violence   The importance of sex education Sex education is important for a number of reasons.  It can help you

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