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PROMOTING NIGERIA MADE PRODUCTS – ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE — MIKE OYE ON SATURDAY

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TERRIFIC HEADLINES  commences this edition by felicitating with the President of the African Development Bank Group, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina on his reappointment as the head of the bank to another tenure of five years. As co-travellers in the boat of patriotism for the development of the Federal Republic, we wish Adesina divine assistance in pulling through at this critical juncture of global developments. TERRIFIC HEADLINES, in line with its vision of inviting attention for the purpose of development, we have for about 36 months featured an Independent Alternative Medicine professional expert, Revd (Dr) MIKE OYE to enlighten visitors to our social media channels on habits, diets, and health-related matters.  Dr. Mike Oye is still very agile at the age of 81 years, and is in very high demand in the United States, western nations, and even by some African countries.  Pa Mike Oye obtained a Bachelors’s degree from the University of Ibadan in 1965, and later attended the Obafemi Awolowo University from where he bagged a Ph.D. in Agricultural Extension & Rural Sociology; and another Doctor of Philosophy in Traditional Naturopathy from the Clayton College of Natural Health, United States. We have sought his fatherly assistance to contribute his quota to the development of Nigeria and we are happy to note that Pa Mike Oye, a great humanist will feature on our network. Join us weekly as we bring to you, our loyal readers and compatriots, very useful information from the rich blend of knowledge and maturity that Pa Mike Oye will be sharing. GOD HAS BEEN KIND TO AFRICA God has been kind to Africa in terms of natural resources. Africa is tremendously rich in several natural resources, including agriculture; but less than 10 percent of arable land in Africa is being utilized for farming, thus leaving huge cultivable arable lands on the vast continent uncultivated. Regrettably, the tremendously blessed continent, as at 2013, was the poorest region in the world. It is evidently for this reason that the President of the African Development Bank, Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina has asserted categorically that the billions being chased around are actually of the farmlands. As a continent with a collective GDP of about US$2 trillion, Africa holds about 14 percent of the world’s population and more than 60 percent of uncultivated arable land. Regrettably, less than 10 percent of arable land in Africa is being cultivated. What this means is that…

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