The search for Person of the year #LazyNigerianYouth or #HardworkingNigerianYouth continues in #Abuja

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The Youth in Nigeria today are facing very unique challenges due to an overall failure in governance.

Despite the challenges, some have excelled on a global scale in almost all areas.

Look at Fashion, Entertainment , Literature, Information Technology & Entrepreneurship for examples. 

Considering the Continous decay since Independence in 1960, we should have #diligentNigerianYouth or #HardworkingNigerianYouth or #IndustriousNigerianYouth trending instead of the recent jibe from our leader.

(People's suggestibility can be powerfully influenced by the environment in which they find themselves, and you can use environmental triggers - and 'triggers' can, of course, include your own words)

In searching for person of the year  #LazyNigerianYouth I'm tempted to believe  he/ she / they  may reside mostly in Abuja, if i was to pin a location Aso rock would get mine.

But the truth is #LazyNigerianYouth do exist, the ones without PVC.  So stop being lazy, find out how to get yours here

transform the narrative to #diligentNigerianYouth or #HardworkingNigerianYouth or #IndustriousNigerianYouth

 

 


Armed Bandits in Military Camouflage attack Abuja Church

Suspected armed robbers attacked the New Ona Iwa Mimo Onimajemu Cherubim & Seraphim Church, Angwan Kwaso, Tunga-Maje community in Zuba, FCT.  They carted away members’ money and phones.

 

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Church leader, Oladejo John, said the suspects stole money and phones then created a distraction for the people of the community by firing  gun shots in the air  on Tuesday in Abuja.

When newsmen visited the community, they gathered that the bandits were four in number, adding that they wore the military camouflage.


Natural Nation launches an exciting range of fashionable crochet hair packs for protective styling #NaturalHair #Abuja

Crochet braids are a great protective style that works wonderfully for natural, relaxed & transitioning  hair.

 

It is  a styling technique that involves braiding your hair into a cornrow base.  

Just like with a sew-in, various braiding patterns are used for different looks – straight back, circular and more.  After your hair has been braided, loose (bulk) hair is attached to the cornrows using a latch hook, which is how this style got its name – “crochet braids.”

 

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Your choice of hair depends on the look you are trying to achieve but curly textures give the best results because their fullness usually hides the cornrows and attached hair.

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There's absolutely  no chemicals, thread, bonding glue or any other adhesives used to create the style.  

All of your hair is braided down, making it a full protective style.  You are able to wash, condition and moisturize your hair beneath the hair the same way you would with a sew-in weave.  Crochet braids generally last about 6-8 weeks with proper care.

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Natural Nation now stock a range of very fashionable crochet packs to help you achieve various looks e.g the Jamaican deadlock look, Mambo Satin twist and the sister lock look in an even wider variety of colours than ever seen before.

For further information, please walk in to any of the branches in Wuse II, Gwarimpa , Apo or Mabushi or alternatively call us on

08166126390