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How I Impregnated My Mother-In-Law – Man Narrates

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A Nigerian man has narrated how he impregnated his mother-in-law who later gave birth to boy.

The Nigerian man who shared details of his affair with his mother-in-law in a call-in show on Nigeria Info, said he got introduced to his mother-in-law while still engaged to his wife.

According to him, they had s*x after they met at an “entertainment spot” with other friends. The man who disclosed that he was drunk at that time, said he was shocked after he learnt that his mother-in-law went ahead to have the baby which she (mother-in-law) pinned on her husband.

The distraught man also revealed that when he asked his mother-in-law why she had the baby, she said she took the decision because her husband had always resented her because she had only female children.

The man also expressed how sad he is knowing that his son is now his ”brother-in-law.”

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Nigerian Govt To Effect Electricity Tariff Hike July 1

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The Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), has announced that the hike in electricity tariff will take effect from July 1, 2021.

This latest move which is part of the half-yearly review of the Multi-Year Tariff Order, MYTO, has been backed by a recent report by the World Bank that every Nigerian pays less for electricity than what it costs to supply electricity to them.

The World Bank in its Power Sector Recovery Programme (PSRP), Fact Sheet noted that the government has over the years paid the difference because it wants to help poor families pay their bills.

The Bank held that “Richer families use more electricity, so a chunk of government support ends up going to those who do not really need help with paying bills”.

According to the Bank, DisCos get paid for only half of the electricity they receive, adding that for “every N10 worth of electricity received by DisCos about N2.60 is lost in poor distribution infrastructure and through power theft, and another N3.40 is not being paid for by customers”.

World Bank warned that if the sector’s performance and discipline are not improved, the government would have to provide over N3.4 trillion to support the sector by 2023.

Despite this, Engr. Sale Mamman, the Minister of Power, has admitted that the electricity tariff will be increased in July but not “significantly”.

Mamman said instead of a significant hike in electricity tariff, Nigerians should expect an increase in efficiency in the sector to reduce tariffs while managing headwinds from foreign exchange and inflation.

He explained that the order issued by NERC on the 26th of April 2021 titled, “Notice of Minor and Extraordinary Review of Tariffs for Electricity Transmission and Distribution Companies” was a routine procedure.

The Minister noted that the review planned by NERC is in accordance with Section 76 of the Electric Power Sector Reform Act of 2005.

According to him, “the tariff for customers on service bands D & E (customers being served less than an average of 12hrs of supply per day over a period of one month) remains subsidized in line with the policy direction of the Federal Government”.

The minister said Section 76 of the Electric Power Sector Reform Act of 2005 provides clear guidelines for the periodic review of tariff (based on market data and submissions from licensees).

The guidelines include the provision that the Commission shall give notice of activities related to tariff “in the Official Gazette, and in one or more newspapers”.

SOURCE: PM NEWS

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Health Benefits Of Garden Eggs

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Unknown to most people, garden egg is one of the greatest foods, in terms of health benefits, for weight loss, pregnant women and people suffering from high blood pressure.

Promotes weight loss

Eating of the eggplant, especially the greenish type, is beneficial in weight reduction because it contains low carbohydrates and calories essential for weight management.

Overweight individuals who want to lose weight or those who wish to retain their normal body weight can add eggplant to their diet as well.

Rich in antioxidants

Anthocyanins, nasunin and flavonoids are important and powerful phytonutrients and antioxidants in eggplants that help to protect the body system and add many health-promoting benefits to the human body.

Anthocyanins are responsible for the deep purple color of eggplants and also helps in preventing the development of cancer as well as other diseases that result in bacteria.

Anthocyanins found in eggplants possess antioxidant properties that are responsible for protecting the whole body system.

Rich in Vitamin B

Garden egg is a natural source of vitamin B’s such as thiamin, niacin, B6 and pantothenic acid that helps the body in the proper use of fat and protein; and also contributes to the nervous system positively.

It helps in brain development and also helps in making sure that the immune and nervous system works properly.

Promotes healthy bone

They contain a good amount of potent minerals such as folate, manganese, vitamin K, magnesium, vitamin C and copper that help in bone strengthening and general bone health.

Consuming eggplant regularly is highly beneficial in preventing the risk of bone degradation and osteoporosis. Garden egg also contains some amount of iron and calcium aids in reducing the chance of osteoporosis, thereby keeping your bones strong and healthy.

Helps in digestion

Garden eggs are fibrous fruits that help in proper food digestion and control of bowel movement. Due to this fiber content in the fruit, they reduce constipation and improve digestion.

Garden eggs are believed to be one of the greatest sources of dietary fiber which is an essential element in any balanced diet.

Good for pregnant women

These fruits are packed with minerals, vitamins and other nutritional properties that play a key role during pregnancy.

The properties in garden egg help both pregnant women and unborn children for healthy situational conditions.

Garden eggs are also rich in folic acid which is beneficial to pregnant women. Folic acid protects infants from neural tube defects that do occur.

Credit: DailyTimes

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5 Traits Of A Weak Man You Should Never Ignore

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Insecure, can’t express feelings constructively without putting you down or getting violent? Yep! That’s a weak one.

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