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Pere talks about the rift almost ruined one of the best bromance on the Show

Last night Pere opened on his bromance with Saga and how the rift had taken a toll on him. During a discussion with the rest of the geng, he confessed that the video he saw of Saga telling Nini about him really hurt him. “After I watched that video, I said I wasn’t going to talk to him,” he said. Even though he was willing to be cordial, there were times when they walked by one another and neither of them spoke, not even a simple greeting.

When questioned further, he said everything Saga said could have been said by anyone, but he didn’t expect it from him. What even made it more upsetting was him telling Nini. The truth was that Pere respected Saga a great deal, and that might be a part of why it hurt so much. They eventually settled their rift, and Pere explained how it happened.

 

Settling the rift
Pere said he was cooking and Saga walked up to him telling him that he would like to talk to him when he was done. Pere agreed to it and the first thing he did when they met was to ask Saga to tell him everything he did in the video. It was only after this that they reconciled and kept their friendship alive.

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Pere talked about how much he admired Saga a lot and how he had a pure heart. It was evident that he was very fond of Saga. He recalled the altercation they had during a Task and how upset he was but despite this, Saga came to meet him to settle their differences. He also mentioned how Saga was the first person he connected with on the Show.

According to Whitemoney, it was situations like this that forged stronger friendships. In light of how passionately Pere spoke about Saga’s qualities, it seems that their bond outside the House will be one of the strongest we’ve ever seen.

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World Health Day: Let’s Ensure Good Nutrition For Children Because #OurChildrenOurResponsibility

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World Health Day (WHD) is celebrated every April 7. This is the day that commemorates the anniversary of the founding of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1948. WHD aims to focus on a specific theme relevant to public health each year. This year WHO is focusing global attention on urgent actions needed to keep humans and the planet healthy and foster a movement to create societies focused on wellbeing.

Nutrition plays a very crucial role in ensuring humans are healthy.  It is an important part of an individual’s overall health and development right from a very young age. Proper and balanced nutrition is directly linked to improved infant, toddler, child, and maternal health and wellbeing. It offers stronger immunity, lowers the risk of health problems such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and improves longevity. Also, healthy children are not just physically strong but also mentally sound. Having balanced and healthy nutrition also helps boost their productivity and helps create more opportunities to break the cycle of poverty eventually.

Malnutrition, in any form, poses a significant threat to human health. Not having proper and balanced nutrition can lead to malnutrition. Currently, the world faces two types of malnutrition – undernourishment, and obesity. The former tends to be more prevalent among the economically disadvantaged populations in low and middle-income countries.

Good nutrition in the early stages of life sets the stage for lifelong health. In the words of Anne Mulcahy, “Investing in early childhood nutrition is a surefire strategy. The returns are incredibly high.”

One of the keys to parenting healthy children is providing them with a healthy and nutritious diet..

Key nutrients in supporting optimal growth and development… When a child consumes a balanced diet, they can develop their physical and mental skills in the present and the future. The benefits impacted by nutrition while the child is young are:

  1. Ensures proper development of the brain, which helps the neurocognitive process
  2. Improves a child’s physical health and ensures an active social life as the child grows old.
  3. Supports the immune system to ably fight against various infectious diseases

Key nutrients for brain development… Phospholipids are known to be essential nutrients for brain development. These nutrients are structural components of neurological systems (neural networks), and deficits during early life can impact brain function long-term. Long-chain omega 3s like DHA and ARA and other brain-supportive nutrients may also benefit proper neural network development and enhance visual acuity and cognition.

Key nutrients for physical growth… Proteins are the building blocks of physical growth. Dietary protein requirements are higher in children than in adults because they have faster growth and development rates due to their increased cell turnover. Inadequacy of high-quality dietary proteins can cause stunted growth, poor body composition, and wasting. Calcium and vitamin D play an important role in physical development too. Calcium is the main component of the skeleton, while vitamin D ensures calcium reaches the growing bones.

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Key nutrients for supporting immunity… A variety of vitamins and minerals that include micronutrients such as Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, Iron, Zinc, Magnesium, and Selenium, among others, have vital functions in the human body. Several studies have found that children provided with foods high in these essential micronutrients improve their immune system’s response rate and help them steer clear of various immune system diseases.

Childhood is the most significant period of growth and development, both physically and mentally. Setting the foundation with good nutrition during childhood has a profound impact, even during later life, and helps develop society and the world as a whole.

 

Multi-nutrient fortified Growing Up Milk such as Peak 456 formulated for children ages four to six is an excellent way to ensure optimal intake of several vitamins and minerals in a child’s daily diet.

 

On this World Health Day, let’s take a pledge to support WHO’s initiative of #OurPlanetOurHealth by focusing on good nutrition for our children’s health which can help them grow strong and smart.

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Panic in Ogun as Governor Abiodun, deputy, House Speaker relocate abroad

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There are concerns in Ogun State after the three highest positions of civil authority were left vacant for several days.

Governor Dapo Abiodun, his Deputy, Noimot Salako-Oyedele, and the Speaker of House, Olakunle Oluomo, reportedly left the state to run without requisite constitutional authorities as they toured different countries in Europe and America.

Abiodun was said to have travelled out of the country shortly after his late father’s burial.

According to People Gazette, the governor was last seen two weeks ago when he departed for London and it was unclear when he planned to return to the state.

The governor had also paid a visit to the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

Multiple sources close to the governor said Abiodun, Salako-Oyedele and Oluomo were still away as of Monday night.

Salako-Oyedele was said to have undergone surgery and was hibernating in London; while Oluomo was said to have left the state to attend a conference in the United States of America.

The governor was said to have handed over to the Secretary to the State Government, Tokunbo Talabi, instead of the deputy governor.

The action reportedly angered Salako-Oyedele, who also took a trip to London.

An official said Abiodun appeared to be suffering from an ailment about which he had been reluctant to publicly admit.

The governor reportedly flew in doctors from abroad without disclosing how much was spent from state coffers to settle the bill.

Salako-Oyedele was also said to be in London for a surgical operation and scheduled medical check-up. The claims are yet to be confirmed.

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