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10 Concerts’ Facebook Meme May Reveal More Than Musical Tastes

It’s all fun and games until someone’s password security question gets hacked.

A meme making the rounds on Facebook asks users to list 10 concerts — nine they’ve attended and a fabricated one — and invites others to identify the fake one.

But the post — “10 Concerts I’ve Been To, One is a Lie” — might also be an invitation to a midlevel threat to your online privacy and security, experts said.

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The meme, which surged in popularity this week, is the kind of frivolous distraction that makes up social media interactions, similar to other viral memes, such as the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Privacy experts cautioned it could reveal too much about a person’s background and preferences and sounds like a security question — name the first concert you attended — that you might be asked on a banking, brokerage or similar website to verify your identity.

Michael Kaiser, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, said on Friday that the meme posed a moderate security risk, adding that not every website relied on a security question about a person’s first concert.

He said the greater danger is what such a list might broadly reveal through social engineering. It could telegraph information about a user’s age, musical tastes and even religious affiliation — all of which would be desirable to marketers hoping to target ads.

He said it is similar to users who take quizzes on Facebook. The answers can reveal specifics about a person’s upbringing, culture or other identifying details. “You are expressing things about you, maybe in more subtle ways than you might think,” he said.

Mark Testoni, a national security and privacy expert who is chief executive of SAP National Security Services, said in an email that he recommended exercising “vigilance bordering on a little paranoia” in online posts.

“We need to understand how we interact can disclose not only specific details but patterns of behavior and often our location, among other things,” he wrote.

Alec Muffett, a software engineer and security researcher, wrote in an email that he is sympathetic to polls like the concert question. “They are cute, a little bit fun, you learn new things about your friends, and sometimes you get a surprise or two,” he wrote.

“There are certainly also polls that are geared towards collecting information which could be used to fraudulently ‘recover’ an account,” he added.

He said companies, governments and other groups rely on so-called authenticators, such as “What is your mother’s maiden name?” Such answers are not truly authenticators, but are facts.

“The usual aphorism is: ‘Your password should be secret, but ‘secrets’ make really bad passwords’ — especially when they are just discoverable or guessable facts,” Mr. Muffett wrote.

Mr. Kaiser agreed. In cases where the answer to a security question is easily obtained — what high school did you attend? — it’s best to make up an answer, even if it’s not as easy to recall.

He said his advice about online quizzes and memes was not meant to be a killjoy, though he encouraged social media users to consider the consequences of what they share.

“People always have to have their eyes wide open when they’re on the internet,” he said. “It’s the way of the world.”

Story of Jamaica

  

Jamaica (Listeni/əˈmkə/) is an island country situated in the Caribbean Sea, consisting of the third-largest island of the Greater Antilles. The island, 10,990 square kilometres (4,240 sq mi) in area, lies about 145 kilometres (90 mi) south of Cuba, and 191 kilometres (119 mi) west of Hispaniola (the island containing the nation-states of Haiti and the Dominican Republic). Jamaica is the fourth-largest island country in the Caribbean, by area.[6]

Inhabited by the indigenous Arawak and Taíno peoples, the island came underSpanish rule following the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1494. Many of the indigenous people died of disease, and the Spanish imported African slaves as labourers. Named Santiago, the island remained a possession of Spain until 1655, when England (later Great Britain) conquered it and renamed it Jamaica. Under British colonial rule Jamaica became a leading sugar exporter, with its plantation economy highly dependent on slaves imported from Africa. The British fully emancipated all slaves in 1838, and many freedmen chose to havesubsistence farms rather than to work on plantations. Beginning in the 1840s, the British imported Chinese and Indian indentured labour to work on plantations. The island achieved independence from the United Kingdom on 6 August 1962.[7]

With 2.8 million people, Jamaica is the third-most populous Anglophone country in the Americas (after the United States and Canada), and the fourth-most populous country in the Caribbean. Kingston is the country’s capital and largest city, with a population of 937,700.[8][9] Jamaicans predominately have African ancestry, with significant EuropeanChineseHakkaIndian, and mixed-race minorities. Due to a high rate of emigration for work since the 1960s, Jamaica has a large diaspora around the world, particularly in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.[10]

Jamaica is a Commonwealth realm, with Queen Elizabeth II as its monarch andhead of state. Her appointed representative in the country is the Governor-General of Jamaica, an office held by Sir Patrick Allen since 2009. Andrew Holness has served as the head of government and Prime Minister of Jamaicafrom March 2016. Jamaica is a parliamentary constitutional monarchy with legislative power vested in the bicameral Parliament of Jamaica, consisting of an appointed Senate and a directly elected House of Representatives.[11][12][13][14]

A map of Jamaica

Etymology

The indigenous people, the Taíno, called it Xaymaca in Arawakan,[15] meaning the “Land of Wood and Water” or the “Land of Springs”.[16]

Colloquially Jamaicans refer to their home island as the “Rock.” Slang names such as “Jamrock”, “Jamdown” (“Jamdung” in Jamaican Patois), or briefly “Ja”, have derived from this.[17]

History

Main article: History of Jamaica

Prehistory

The Arawak and Taíno indigenous people, originating in South America, settled on the island between 4000 and 1000 BC.[18] When Christopher Columbusarrived in 1494, there were more than 200 villages ruled by caciques (chiefs of villages). The south coast of Jamaica was the most populated, especially around the area now known as Old Harbour.[18] The Taino still inhabited Jamaica when the English took control of the island in 1655.[18] The Jamaican National Heritage Trust is attempting to locate and document any evidence of the Taino/Arawak.[19]

Spanish rule (1509–1655)

Further information: Colony of Santiago (Jamaica)

Christopher Columbus claimed Jamaica for Spain after landing there in 1494. His probable landing point was Dry Harbour, now called Discovery Bay,[20]although there is some debate that it might have been St. Ann’s Bay[citation needed]St. Ann’s Bay was named “Saint Gloria” by Columbus, as the first sighting of the land. One and a half kilometres west of St. Ann’s Bay is the site of the first Spanish settlement on the island, Sevilla, which was established in 1509 and abandoned around 1524 because it was deemed unhealthy.[21] The capital was moved to Spanish Town, then called St. Jago de la Vega, around 1534 (at present-day St. Catherine).[22]

British rule (1655–1962)

Spanish Town has the oldest cathedral of the British colonies in the Caribbean.[22] The Spanish were forcibly evicted by the English at Ocho Rios in St. Ann. In 1655, the English, led by Sir William Penn and General Robert Venables, took over the last Spanish fort in Jamaica.[23] The name of Montego Bay, the capital of the parish of St. James, was derived from the Spanish namemanteca bahía (or Bay of Lard), alluding to the lard-making industry based on processing the numerous boars in the area.[24]

 

Henry Morgan was a famousCaribbean pirate and privateer; he had first come to the West Indies as an indentured servant, like most of the early English colonists.[25]

The English continued to import African slaves as labourers.

In 1660, the population of Jamaica was about 4,500 white and 1,500 black.[26]By the early 1670s, as the English developed sugar cane plantations and imported more slaves, black people formed a majority of the population.[27]

The Irish in Jamaica also formed a large part of the island’s early population, making up 2 thirds of the white population on the island in the late 17th century, twice that of the English population. They were brought in as indentured labourers and soldiers after the conquest of Jamaica by Cromwells forces in 1655, The majority of Irish were transported by force as political prisoners of war from Ireland as a result of the ongoing Wars of the Three Kingdoms at the time.[28] Migration of large numbers Irish to the island continued into the 18th century.[29]

Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492 and then forcibly converted to Christianity in Portugal, during a period of persecution by the Inquisition. Some Spanish and Portuguese Jewish refugees went to the Netherlands and England, and from there to Jamaica. Others were part of the Iberian colonization of the New World, after overtly converting to Catholicism, as only Catholics were allowed in the Spanish colonies. By 1660, Jamaica had become a refuge for Jews in the New World, also attracting those who had been expelled from Spain and Portugal.

An early group of Jews arrived in 1510, soon after the son of Christopher Columbus settled on the island. Primarily working as merchants and traders, the Jewish community was forced to live a clandestine life, calling themselves “Portugals”. After the British took over rule of Jamaica, the Jews decided the best defense against Spain’s regaining control was to encourage making the colony a base for Caribbean pirates. With the pirates installed in Port Royal, the Spanish would be deterred from attacking. The British leaders agreed with the viability of this strategy to forestall outside aggression.[30]

When the English captured Jamaica in 1655, the Spanish colonists fled after freeing their slaves.[23] The slaves dispersed into the mountains, joining themaroons, those who had previously escaped to live with the Taíno native people.[31] During the centuries of slavery, Maroons established free communities in the mountainous interior of Jamaica, where they maintained their freedom and independence for generations. The Jamaican Maroonsfought the British during the 18th century. Under treaties of 1738 and 1739, the British agreed to stop trying to round them up in exchange for their leaving the colonial settlements alone, but serving if needed for military actions.[31] Some of the communities were broken up and the British deported Maroons to Nova Scotia and, later, Sierra Leone. The name is still used today by modern Maroon descendants, who have certain rights and autonomy at the community ofAccompong.

During its first 200 years of British rule, Jamaica became one of the world’s leading sugar-exporting, slave-dependent colonies, producing more than 77,000 tons of sugar annually between 1820 and 1824. After the abolition of the international slave trade in 1807,[32] the British began to import Indian and Chinese workers as indentured servants to supplement the labour pool. Most were recruited beginning in the 1840s after slavery was abolished, as many freedmen resisted working on the plantations. Many ethnic Southeast Asian and Chinese descendents continue to reside in Jamaica today.

Montpelier Plantation, the property of C. R. Ellis, Esq. M.P., c. 1820

By the beginning of the 19th century, Jamaica’s dependence on slave labour and a plantation economy had resulted in black people outnumbering white people by a ratio of almost 20 to 1. Although the UK had outlawed the importation of slaves, some were still smuggled in from Spanish colonies and directly. While planning the abolition of slavery, the British Parliament passed laws to improve conditions for slaves. They banned the use of whips in the field and flogging of women; informed planters that slaves were to be allowed religious instruction, and required a free day during each week when slaves could sell their produce, prohibiting Sunday markets to enable slaves to attend church.[citation needed]

The House of Assembly in Jamaica resented and resisted the new laws. Members (then restricted to European-Jamaicans) claimed that the slaves were content and objected to Parliament’s interference in island affairs. Slave owners feared possible revolts if conditions were lightened. Following a series of rebellions on the island and changing attitudes in Great Britain, the British government formally abolished slavery by an 1833 act, beginning in 1834, with full emancipation from chattel slavery declared in 1838. The population in 1834 was 371,070, of whom 15,000 were white, 5,000 free black; 40,000 ‘coloured’ orfree people of color (mixed race); and 311,070 were slaves.[26]

In the 19th century, the British established a number of botanical gardens. These included the Castleton Botanical Gardens, developed in 1862 to replace the Bath Botanical Gardens (created in 1779) which was subject to flooding.Bath Botanical Gardens was the site for planting breadfruit, brought to Jamaica from the Pacific by Captain William Bligh. It became a staple in island diets. Other gardens were the Cinchona Plantation, founded in 1868, and the Hope Botanical Gardens founded in 1874. In 1872, Kingston was designated as the island’s capital.

In 1945, Sir Horace Hector Hearne became Chief Justice and Keeper of the Records in Jamaica. He headed the Supreme Court, Kingston between 1945 and 1950/1951. After Kenya achieved independence, its government appointed him as Chief Justice and he moved there.

Independence (1962)

Prince Charles and theDuchess of Cornwall during a visit to Jamaica in 2008

Jamaica slowly gained increasing independence from the United Kingdom. In 1958, it became a province in the Federation of the West Indies, a federation among the British West Indies. Jamaica attained full independence by leaving the federation in 1962.

Strong economic growth, averaging approximately 6% per annum, marked the first ten years of independence under conservative Jamaica Labour Partygovernments; they were led successively by Prime Ministers Alexander BustamanteDonald Sangster and Hugh Shearer. The growth was fueled by strong private investments in bauxite/alumina, tourism, the manufacturing industry and, to a lesser extent, the agricultural sector.

The optimism of the first decade was accompanied by a growing sense of inequality among many Afro-Jamaicans, and a concern that the benefits of growth were not being shared by the urban poor.[citation needed] Combined with the effects of a slowdown in the global economy in 1970,[citation needed] the voters elected the PNP (People’s National Party) in 1972. They tried to implement more socially equitable policies in education and health, but the economy suffered under their leadership. By 1980, Jamaica’s gross national product had declined to some 25% below the 1972 level. Due to rising foreign and local debt, accompanied by large fiscal deficits, the government sought International Monetary Fund (IMF) financing from the United States and others.

Economic deterioration continued into the mid-1980s, exacerbated by a number of factors. The first and third largest alumina producers, Alpart and Alcoa, closed, and there was a significant reduction in production by the second-largest producer, Alcan. Reynolds Jamaica Mines, Ltd. left the Jamaican industry. There was also a decline in tourism, which was important to the economy.

Independence, however widely celebrated in Jamaica, has been questioned in the early 21st century. In 2011, a survey showed that approximately 60% of Jamaicans would prefer to become a British territory again, citing as problems years of social and fiscal mismanagement in the country

THE HISTORY OF THE LEADER OF BIAFRA (IPOB) NNAMDI KANU

nyi “Nnamdi” Kenny Okwu Kanu (born 1970s) is a political activistbased in the United Kingdom who was arrested in Lagos on 14 October, 2015 by President Muhammadu Buhari-led government and has been held in prison since then despite various court orders that ruled for his release. He is a leading member of one of several Biafran separatist organizations, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and the director of London-based radio station Radio Biafra.

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

Kanu was born in Isiama Afara, Abia State, Nigeria. His father is HRM Eze Israel Okwu Kanu (JP) and his mother is Ugoeze Nnenne Kanu.[1] He attended Library Avenue Primary School (now part of Government House, Umuahia) and went toGovernment College for his secondary education. He later gained admission to the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), where he could not finish due to incessant strikes before he left for London to complete his tertiary education.[1]

ArrestEdit

On October 18, 2015, it was reported that Mr Kanu had been arrested in Lagos State by Nigeria’s secret police the Department of State Services (DSS).[5][6] Mr Kanu had told his solicitors that he was, on 14th October, 2015, arrested by the agents of the Federal Government of Nigeria, the State Security Service (SSS) in his hotel room i.e. Golden Tulip Essential Hotel Ikeja, Lagos State.[7] The solicitors in a press briefing said, between 14th and 17th October, 2015 their clients whereabouts were unknown until 18th of October, 2015, when the Press Media broke the news of his arrest and detention by the SSS in Abuja.[7] The news of the arrest of Mr Kanu generated protests across parts of Delta State,Enugu StateRivers StateCross River StateAbia StateImo StateAkwa Ibom State and Anambra State.[8]

Continued detentionEdit

On October 19, 2015, it was reported that Mr Kanu had been granted bail[9] after a secret arraignment at Magistrate Court,Wuse 11.[10] However, the bail seemed “controversial” and there were claims the DSS announced the bail only “to calm the angry people of Biafra”.[11] Although the bail conditions were stringent some of which required the Certificate of Occupancy of a landed property within Abujamunicipality, a level 16 officer in the Ministry, Mr Kanu’s lawyer said they eventually met the requirements in full. However, “upon the issuance of the Form 36,the court ordeal went to execute the order but came back unsuccessful. He was unable to produce the prisoner.[10] The lawyer, Vincent Obetta, called the continued detention of the activist despite meeting his bail conditions “a clash between judiciary and executive” in a democratic Nigeria. According to Mr Obetta, “I have not seen or heard any place where a court grants bail and the person is not released. Under UN and Africa charter, it is enshrined that once bail is granted, you release the person upon meeting the bail conditions. We are sliding to days of Decree 2 and 4 of 1984. This is pureDictatorship.” [12]

A Conservative minister said the British consular officials will visit Mr Kanu following enquiry from the activist’s constituency MP, Harriet HarmanJames Duddridge, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs confirmed that Kanu, had been visited earlier by members of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office but that he did not ask for British consular assistance.[13]:

Court jurisdictionEdit

The Magistrate Court 1 sitting in Abuja on November 18, 2015 ordered theDepartment of State Services (DSS) to produce Kanu, at the court on November 23, 2015.[14] However, it was reported the Department of State Services (DSS) obtained a “secret court order to detain Nnamdi Kanu.[15][16][17] Kanu’s lawyer, Mr Obetta in an interview said whilst “in court, the prosecutor gave him a document containing a court order permitting the Department of State Services (DSS) to detain Mr Kanu for the next three months to “conclude what they said was an investigation of terrorism and terrorism financing”.[18]

Charges and court trialEdit

Kanu was finally arraigned on November 23, 2015 in an Abuja Magistrate Court for the first time [19][20] for charges of “criminal conspiracy, intimidation and membership of an illegal organisation by Nigeria‘s Department of State Services(DSS). They charges violate “Section 97, 97B and 397” of Nigeria‘s penal code.[21][21][22] Chief Magistrate .S. Usman had at the last adjourned date, berated the Department of State Services (DSS) over its failure to produce Kanu in court on two consecutive times the matter came up before the court.[23]Meanwhile, Kanu’s supporters, stormed Nigeria‘s capital city of Abuja in luxury buses on a peaceful protest for their leader who was arraigned by the Federal Government before the Wuse Zone 2 Magistrate Court, Abuja on November 23, 2015.[24][25][26] Pro-Biafra protesters with placards sang and danced outside the court premises whilst hearing proceeded. Protesters wore T-shirts and caps with inscriptions like “Biafra Now or Never”, “Buhari Release Kanu For Us”, “OnBiafra We Stand”. More protests by IPOB members numbering over 15,000 grounded vehicular movements the southeastern key economic city of Onitshaconcurrently. It was the same by over 20,000 protesters in AbaAbia State on the same day.[23][26]

Kanu, through his counsel filed an application asking the federal authorities to transfer him from the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS) to prison. His lawyer, Obetta, insisted that transferring his client to prison would enable him have easy access to his legal team.[23]

Whilst in court, the Department of State Services (DSS) requested the Wuse Zone 2 Senior Magistrates’ Court, to discontinue the trial of Nnamdi Kanu under section 108(1) of administration of criminal justice act 2015.[27] Mr Idakwo further said the Department of State Services (DSS) had obtained an order from the Federal High Court, Abuja, dated November 10, to detain the accused in its custody for 90 days.[27] However, Kanu’s lawyer, Mr Obetta objected the continued detention of his client. Obetta, prayed the court not to discontinue the case because the prosecution did not present any information from the Attorney-General of Nigeria Federation who had the authority to approve such. Obetta also told the court that “the DSS violated the order of the court which granted bail that was perfected but not granted, adding that the accused had been in Department of State Services (DSS) custody since he was arrested.”[27]The court’s magistrate, Mr Usman Shuaibu, after listening to both counsels, adjourned the matter until December 1, 2015 for ruling.[27]

Bail Finally Granted

On 27 April 2017 Federal High Court in Abuja granted bail to the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, who is facing charges bordering on treasonable felony. Trial Justice Binta Nyako said her decision to release Kanu on bail was based on health grounds. The court held that Kanu must produce three sureties, including a “highly respected and recognised jewish leader”. According to the court, aside a jewish leader, Kanu must also produce a “highly placed person of Igbo extraction such as a Senator”, as well as “a highly respected person who is resident and owns landed property in Abuja”. Each of the sureties are to deposit N100million each. As part of his conditions for bail, Kanu, was expressly barred from attending any rally or granting any form of interview.

Justice Nyako equally held that Kanu who has been in detention since October 14, 2015, when he was arrested by security operatives upon his arrival to Nigeria from the United Kingdom, must sign an undertaken to make himself available for trial at all times. Kanu was ordered to surrender his Nigerian and British international passports, even as the court compelled FG to return to him, his wedding ring and reading glasses. However, Kanu’s co-defendants, Chidiebere Onwudiwe, Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi were denied bail by the court which has fixed July 11 and 12 to commence their trial. Meanwhile, ‎Kanu has been returned to Kuje Prison pending perfection of his bail conditions. Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose was among dignitaries that were in court for the ruling.

ControversyEdit

On 5 September 2015, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was a guest speaker at the World Igbo Congress which was held in Los AngelesCalifornia where he demanded for guns and bullets as the video depicted.[28]

On 20 October 2015, Vanguard announced that Kanu had been released on bail. However, media sources supporting the objectives of IPOB called the bail “controversial” and claimed the DSS announced the bail only “to calm the angry people of Biafra”.[11]

36 DOMESTIC CURES AND REMEDIES-FOR 36 DISEASES AND VIRUS…Treat Your Self. Become Your Own Doctor.

36 CURES  AND REMEDIES. FOR 36 DISEASES AND VIRUS…

LEARN TO BE YOUR OWN PERSONAL DOCTOR. IF AILMENTS PERSIST AFTER TREATMENTS, PLEASE SEE YOUR DOCTOR

 

CASE REMEDIES:

👉1. TYPHOID FEVER: Get unripe pawpaw, unripe

pineapple,ginger,lime orange and Lipton tea. Cut into pieces,

boil with fermented corn water for one hour. Take one glass cup

3 times daily for one week. The ailment will disappear.
👉2. STOMACH ULCER: Get 7-8 unripe plantain, peel them, cut

 

them to pieces and pound. Put everything inside a plastic

container, fill it with one gallon of water. Allow it to ferment for

three days. Take one cup 2 times a day for one week. The

ailment will disappear.

👉3. ASTHMA: Get some seeds of mango, cut it into pieces and

keep under the sun to dry. Grind to powder. Put one spoon of

the powder into a glass cup of water, stir it and drink. Once in a

day for 3-4 weeks .
👉4. RHEUMATISM / ARTHRITIS: Get 5 seeds of English pear

 

(Avocado pear),cut into pieces and dry under the sun, grind to

powder. Mix with a glass of honey to form paste. Take one

spoon,3 times daily until the 6 days.
👉.5 CHOLERA : Take three teaspoons of salt and one teaspoon of

 

sugar, add half spoon of dry gin. Drink all as a single dose. The

cholera will stop immediately.
👉6. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE : Get 4 seeds of English pear

(Avocado pear),cut into pieces, dry under the sun and grind into

powder. Put a teaspoon of this powder into your prepared palp

and drink. Once daily for 2 weeks.
👉7. PNEUMONIA: Get a handful of garlic, grind to extract the

juice. Drink a spoon and use the juice to rub the chest and back.

That will close the chapter.
👉. 8 SEVERE COUGH : Get about 10 pieces of bitter cola, grind to

powder, add half cup of original honey. Take 2 spoons thrice

daily for 4 days.
👉. 9:TUBERCULOSIS : Get 20-23 pieces of bitter cola, ginger of

equal quantity and 3 bulbs of garlic. Grind everything and add a

bottle of original honey. Take one spoon thrice daily for one

month.
👉10. DIABETES : Grind 6 bulbs of big onions, add one original

bottle of honey. Take one spoon thrice daily for one month.

ALTERNATIVELY; get a handful of bitter leaf and scent leaves,

squeeze out the water in them, add lime(orange)juice, grinded

garlic and small potash. Take half glass of it twice daily for one

month.
👉11. STAPHILOCOCCUS : Get 2 pieces of aloe-vera,cut into

pieces and put it in a container. Add one bottle of original honey

and a glass of water. Take half cup of it,2 times daily for one

week.
👉12. WOMAN UNDER HARD LABOUR : Get some leaves of

Cochorus Olitorus(Vegetable Leaf),squeeze out the water and

give it to the woman under hard labour.She will deliver the

baby instantly.
👉13. INTERNAL PILE: Get the leaves of pawpaw, scent leaves and

bitter leaves, squeeze out the water. Take half cup twice daily

for 4 days.
👉15. MENSTRUATION PROBLEM: Get 4-5 cola, ginger and garlic

,cut them in pieces .Mix it with lime orange juice. Take 2

spoons daily for 3 days.
👉16. WEIGHT LOSS : Get some corn silk, boil with lime orange

juice. Drink half cup of it daily for one week and also embark on

physical exercise.
👉17. FUNGAL INFECTION : Mix a native soap with ground potash,

add lime orange. Apply the mixture after bath.
👉18. GONORRHEA : Get 3-4 pieces of cola, ginger and garlic, cut

into pieces. Mix everything with lime orange juice. Take 2

spoons daily until, it is over.
👉19. INTERNAL HEAT : Get some quantity of dry pawpaw leaves

and cashew leaves, boil with water and drink half cup daily for

one week.
👉20.  INSOMNIA : Add 3 spoons of honey into a glass cup of milk.

Take all at bedtime for one week.
👉21-. HEART FAILURE : Grind 12 bulbs of onions and 12 bulbs of

garlic together. Get 3 bottles of honey, mix together. Take 2

spoons thrice daily for 2 weeks.
👉23. TEETHING PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN : Get a mixture of lime

juice and honey; let it be of equal quantity. The child should

take one teaspoon twice daily until the problem is over.
👉24. LOW SPERM COUNT : Get large quantity of guava

leaves,pound,add water and filter. Drink one glass cup thrice

per day for 1 week. As you are taking that, eat carrot and

cucumber daily for 2 weeks.
👉25. QUICK EJACULATION : Get 3 bulbs of Okro,slice them; get

the dry seed of it, ferment everything with soda water for 2

days. Take half cup daily for one week.
👉26. WEAK ERECTION: Get 6 bulbs of white onions, grind and

extract the juice. Mix the juice with honey. Take 2 spoons thrice

daily for one week.
👉27. VIRGINAL DISCHARGE: Get 3 pieces of bitter cola, some

ginger and garlic, grind and add lime juice .Take 2 spoons twice

daily for one week.
👉28. CHILDREN CONVULSION : Get one onion, small garlic and

ginger, grind all. Mix with palm kernel oil. Give the child to drink

and use the mixture as cream for the child.
👉29. FIRE BURNS : Rub the affected the area with pure honey

daily.
👉30. HAIR BREAKAGE : Get one bottle of olive oil and one bottle of

honey. Mix together and warm it for few minutes. Use the

mixture to wash your hair.
👉31. BALD HEAD: Grind bird pepper, unripe pawpaw seed and

mix with lime orange juice. Use the mixture to rub the head, hair

will start growing in the affected area.
👉32. FIBROID : Eat about 20 pieces of unripe palm kernel seeds

everyday for about two months.
👉33. BLOOD BUILDING : Get some quantity of pumpkin leaves and

garden egg leaves, squeeze out the liquid, add milk. Drink it for

three days; your blood will be boosted.
👉34. CATARACTS : Apply the aloe-vera gel to the affected eyes

every night until the problem is over.
👉35. THROAT PROBLEM : Eat small quantity of ginger

continuously for one week.
👉36. LOSS OF VOICE : Get some okro bulbs, cut it into pieces and

pound. Add small water and honey and drink thrice in a day.

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