Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Tribunal rejects Adeleke’s blurry certificates The Osun State Election Petition Tribunal hearing the petition of former Governor Adegboyega Oyetola challenging the victory of Governor Ademola Adeleke has rejected blurry school certificates of Adeleke presented by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). ADVERTISEMENT At the last sitting, the chairman of the panel, Justice Tertse Kume compelled INEC headquarters to present the certificates of Adeleke after Osun branch of INEC refused to present the certificate. ADVERTISEMENT At the resumption of the sitting on Thursday, counsel to INEC, Prof Paul Ananaba, informed Tribunal that the commission’s chair sent deputy director, Mrs. Joan Arabs, with the Certified True Copies of the documents. ADVERTISEMENT The 8- page documents were presented to the sittin
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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Experts say sitting over a mixture of scented leaves and hot water is dangerous for women Multiple posts shared more than a thousand times on Facebook claim that women experiencing menstrual pain or fibroids should use a solution of hot water, salt and scented leaves, a method known as “vaginal steaming”. However, an expert told SGTeam Fact Check that this purported treatment can cause serious harm, and various academic papers over the years have dismissed any reported benefits. ADVERTISEMENT Images of leaves together with an illustration of a woman who appears to be sitting on a steaming bucket have been shared here on Facebook . ADVERTISEMENT The post includes a recipe for a herbal concoction that purports to help ease women's pain during their menstrual cycles. The text recommends that women “sit on it for like 5 minutes”.
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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Aregbesola reveals why passport applicants face challenges The Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has advised Nigerians to ensure their details in the National Identify Number, NIN, are same with the data on their application for National Passport. ADVERTISEMENT The minister gave the advice on Thursday in a post on his verified Twitter handle. Aregbesola also disclosed that many passport applicants are having serious challenges on how to arrange their names. ADVERTISEMENT He wrote, “It is important also that your details with NIN sync with the data on your application. Any discrepancy will stall your application until it is corrected. The order of the appearance of the applicant’s name especially has been an albatross for many.” He added that his ministry had introduced tracking mechanism to help applicants monitor the p