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Cocktail is an appetizing juice mixed with flavouring ingredient and sweetener. It has various varieties including alcoholic speciality and could be served best when cold, during meal and after meal. Health benefits Experts say it helps in digestion, ease bowel movement, and also works as an anti-depressant and regulates blood pressure. Common ingredients and combinations for the non-alcoholic type include: Zobo, kunnun aya (tigernut milk) kunnun zaki (millet drink) and kunnun tsamiya. There are other specialities like the fruit juice…
The hardest phenomenon to predict is the future, especially if you’re still struggling to figure out what’s happening in today’s economy. But predicting the future is exactly what you need to do if you’re enrolling in school, starting a fresh career, or investing in new skills. The attribute of most successful entrepreneurs is that they don’t follow the herd but anticipate the needs of the market earlier than the competition. Of course, such anticipation is not without risk, but the…
The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has said 70,000 Nigerians were trained on various entrepreneurial skills in the last one year to reduce existing skills gap in the nation’s industrial sector. The Director-General of the Fund, Sir Joseph Ari, who stated this when he received some stakeholders of the Fund, explained that about 90 per cent of the beneficiaries were either currently successful entrepreneurs, or earning livelihoods as paid employees according to the monitoring and evaluation of graduates conducted by the…
Senate President Bukola Saraki has said that the $22 billion annual expenditure on imported foods into the country is unacceptable. Speaking at a public hearing on the National Fertilizer Quality Control Bill, National Livestock Bill and legal framework for the inclusion of cassava policy bill, Saraki said Nigeria’s livestock production is also grossly inadequate.Saraki, who was represented by the deputy minority leader, Emmanuel Bwacha, said the Senate will through legislation address the challenges for the country to attain food security.…

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