Nigerian cash app freebies of 2018

There is a wonderful bill payment app on Google play store, that pays you bonuses, cashback, freebies just for using it to buy your airtime, data plans, internet services, bills, cable bill payments, sport betting etc, this app, gives a lot of cashback, it’s free and fast, transactions takes less than one minute to complete, this app is none other than ZOTO.

Here’s how to use this great app effectively to get a lot of bonuses, up to even #20000 a week, to buy your necessary online things like data, airtime and lots more.

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7 Foods You Consume Daily that Are Actually Damaging Your Kidneys

maybe you don’t think about your kidneys very much. If you practice yoga, your instructor might say something like, “Breathe into your kidneys,” and yet you have no idea what they are talking about!

Well, your kidneys are workhorses that play a very vital role in your body. Located just below your rib cage on either side of the spine, your kidneys are about the size of your fists. According to the National Institutes of Health, the organs filter more than 201 quarts of blood each day, filtering around 2 quarts of waste products! From the kidney, waste products and water filter to the bladder, and you release it as urine.

Keeping your kidneys healthy and functioning, then, is essential for detoxifying your body and removing wastes. Unfortunately,there are many foods that can harm your kidneys and keep them from functioning at optimal levels. Here are the top 7.

1. Meat

Diets high in animal protein can cause kidney damage. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, a high-protein diet may cause or exacerbate existing kidney problems because protein metabolism places a heavy load on the kidneys, making it difficult to eliminate its waste products.

A 2003 study in the European Journal of Nutrition showed that a diet rich in animal-based proteins could also increase the risk of developing kidney stones from uric acid, while a vegetarian diet lowered the uric acid and prevented formation of stones. Uric acid is one of the common causes of kidney stone and is a byproduct of eating foods that are high in purines such as meat, seafood, and fish. These foods may also trigger the other common type of kidney stones, calcium oxalate stones, because they increase the amount of calcium excreted in urine, as well as affect your digestive probiotics. How? Animal protein metabolism leaves an acidic residue in the body. Because your body favors an alkaline state, it pulls calcium and other mineral salts from the bones in order to return you to that alkaline state. This calcium can form calcium oxalate kidney stones.

Instead, eat a variety of veggies, grains, seeds, and nuts (the best foods to eat while pregnant!) and you’ll get all of the protein your body needs.

2. Salt

Your body needs a little bit of sodium in order to maintain proper fluid balance, but you can get enough from eating fruits and vegetables. Many processed foods, however, add a great deal of salt in order to enhance flavors. The most commonly used form of salt is processed table salt. When you eat too much salt, your kidneys respond by retaining water in order to dilute this electrolyte in your bloodstream to maintain proper heart function. This places a load on the kidneys. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, long-term intake of too much salt can damage the kidneys along with the heart and aorta. Salt intake may also raise blood pressure, which can cause damage to the kidney’s nephrons, which filter wastes.

If you must add salt, use just a pinch of high quality Celtic or Himalayan sea salt.

3. Genetically modified foods

A large percentage of our processed foods contain genetically modified ingredients including corn, soy, rice, sugar cane, sugar beets, and canola. Seeds are genetically engineered for a number of reasons, including to increase pest resistance, make the plant immune to herbicides, or improve crop yields. Monsanto corporation is one of the largest makers of genetically modified seeds. A 2009 mammal study conducted on three types of genetically modified Monsanto corn showed negative health effects on the kidney and liver functions of rats. The researchers concluded that the three varieties tested created a state of hepatorenal (liver and kidney) toxicity.

Unfortunately, research on the long-term health effects of genetically modified crops on humans remains poorly studied at this time because genetically modified foods have only been a regular part of the Western diet since 1995 when Monsanto introduced the GM soybean seed that was immune to the herbicide Roundup.

Since we have not yet been able to measure the long-term effects of GM crops on humans, it is best to avoid them.

Instead, opt for organically grown produce and avoid common sources of GM ingredients such as processed and prepackaged foods.

4. Artificial sweeteners

Many people believe they are doing something healthy for their bodies when they consume artificial sweeteners because these ingredients are non-caloric. In a review of the Nurses Study, researchers looked at the role of artificial sweeteners on kidney function and found that there was an increase in kidney function decline with intake of just two diet sodas per day.

Your best bet? Skip the artificial sweeteners and stick with stevia if you need a little sweet.

5. Carbonated beverages

Carbonated beverages such as soda (with or without artificial sweetener) and energy drinks are associated with the formation of kidney stones. A 2007 study demonstrated this, showing that drinking two or more colas per day was associated with an increased risk of chronic kidney disease.

Instead, have plain water with organic lemon.

6. Dairy products

The problem with dairy products is similar to that of other animal proteins. In fact, the China Study showed that consuming dairy products increased the excretion of calcium in the urine, which has been associated with a higher risk of developing kidney stones. According to, reducing dairy can help people with kidney failure and kidney disease, because it can make the filtering work of the kidneys easier, delaying the need for dialysis.

Instead, try some unsweetened almond milk.

7. Caffeine

Caffeine in coffee, tea, soda, and foods can also place a strain on your kidneys. Because caffeine is a stimulant, it can stimulate blood flow, increasing blood pressure and stress on the kidneys. A 2002 study in Kidney International showed that long-term caffeine consumption exacerbated chronic kidney failure in obese and diabetic rats. Caffeine consumption has also been linked to kidney stone formation by increasing calcium excretion in urine.

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One solid company you can invest your money in this new year with rest of mind

Please stay away from ponzi, ponzi is not a company and has no real business they are into, invest in these company and you will be glad you did. Very legit not ponzi! You earn even without referrals. Bitclubadvantage is into sport, stock exchange and crytocurrency exchange. They have been trading since 1999. The head office is in Brazil, with other offices in some African countries including Kenya from where it came to Nigeria in June 2017. They partner with FIFA, la liga and Brazil football association. Isn’t that incredible?

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Get Cyprus scholarship and schengen visa

Are you tired of writing Jamb? Or your dream is to school abroad, You need no more worries as I introduce you to a well recognize international universities that offers up to 50%, 70% and a 100% reduction of tuition fee. Girne American University was founded in 1985 and has grown from its small beginnings to being a very strong university with 18,000 students. Girne American University is a truly global university, continuously expanding its partnerships, programs and campuses abroad.

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Union Bank Recruitment 2018 – Union Bank Management Graduate Trainee Apply Now

On this publication, I am the most happiest person to bring to your notice and  most especially  those who are very much willing to participate in Union Bank Management Graduate Trainee Recruitment 2018/2019. However’ Union Bank 2018 recruitment is starting few weeks from today. On this note,we  promise to always give update to all the prospective candidates of Union Bank Recruitment 2018, who wish to know if Union Bank Recruitment 2018 is out.   As it were, this publication is also  meant for those who have been  been waiting for the commencement of Union Bank Recruitment 2018. I am very happy to let you all know that this articles contain all  the details you need to know about the selection process.

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How to download Snapchat on a computer

Unless you have been living in a cave for the past few years, you have heard of the mega popular photo messaging app Snapchat. This great app allows users to send photos and videos to set groups of contacts and users. A time limit can be set by the sender to limit how long their group has before the file is gone forever. An extremely fun app on your smart phone, but even more fun when you use Snapchat on PC and Mac.

Instead of dealing with the tiny screens of smart phones or mobile devices, you can enjoy the larger viewing area of your computer screen using the free Blues tacks Android Emulator. Instead of using your fingers to navigate and control picture viewing, you simply use your mouse, allowing for better views of images sent to you. By using your computer’s camera, you can capture better quality images and videos to send out to your best friends.

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History Of Fuel (Pms) Pump Price In Nigeria

  1. Gowon -1973: 6k to 8.45k (40.83%)
  2. Murtala -1976: 8.45k to 9k (6.5%)
  3. Obasanjo -Oct 1,1978: 9k to 15.3k (70%)
  4. Shagari -Apr 20,1982: 15.3k to 20k (30.72%)
  5. Babangida -Mar 31, 1986: 20k to 39.5k (97.5%)
  6. Babangida -Apr 10, 1988: 39.5k to 42k (6.33%)
  7. Babangida -Jan 1, 1989: 42k to 60k (42.86%)
  8. Babangida -Mar 6, 1991: 60k to70k (16.67%)
  9. Shonekan (82 days in power)-Nov 8, 1993: 70k to N5 (614.29%)
  10. Abacha – Nov 22, 1993: N5 to N3.25k (price dropped 35%)
  11. Abacha -Oct 2, 1994: N3.25k to N15 (361.54%)
  12. Abacha -Oct 4, 1994: N15 to N11(price dropped 26.67%)
  13. Abdulsalam -Dec 20, 1998: N11 toN25 (127.27%)
  14. Abdulsalam -Jan 6,1999: N25 to N20(price dropped 25 %)
  15. Obasanjo -June 1, 2000: N20 to N30 (50%)
  16. Obasanjo -June 8, 2000: N30 to N22(price dropped 26.67%)
  17. Obasanjo -Jan 1, 2002: N22 to N26 (18.18%
  18. Obasanjo -June, 2003: N26 to N42 (61.54%)
  19. Obasanjo -May 29, 2004: N42 to N50 (19.05%)
  20. Obasanjo -Aug 25, 2004: N50 to N65 (30%)
  21. Obasanjo -May 27, 2007: N65 to N75 (15.39%)
  22. *Yar’ Adua -June, 2007: back to N65 (price dropped 15.39%)*
  23. Jonathan -Jan 1,2012: N65 to N141 (116.92%)
  24. Jonathan -Jan 17, 2012: N141 to N97 (Price dropped 31.21%)
  25. Jonathan – Feb, 2015 N97 to N87 (price dropped 10.31%)
  26. *Buhari – May 11, 2016: N87 to N145 (66.67%)*

Assist the DPR to stop the marketers from selling above 145naira by filling your tank and insist on paying 145naira per litre if the marketer  dont accept call DPR of your location to seal the station and get your free fuel. Lets kill corruption before it kill us. Support DPR to cleanse the system of bad marketers

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) contact numbers in Some states.

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – MINNA

A.ISAH 08056696578

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – ILORIN

S.N PHILLIP 08150618402

IBITAYO 09053992112

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – KATSINA

M.A. SANI 08070690635

ANGO 08056696561

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – KANO

BUBA ABUBAKAR 08070690624

YAU 08033208278

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – YENAGOA

E ANTAI 08070690617

I. N. OKON 08113952167

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – ABA

P.O. EZEMANDU 08085847527

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – MAKURDI

B.EWUGA 08023021803

MOHAMMED 08113952139

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – YOLA

MR ALAKU 08058298831, 08030776399

AHMED MOHAMMED 08023035884

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – SOKOTO

M.D.MAKERA 08056696560

ABDULLAHI 08096484890

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – AKURE

OSENI 08056497117

O OBASUYI 08113952160

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – LOKOJA

A.O JOKODOLA 08055202657

HARUNA 08113952121

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – JOS

CAESAR 08056696568

SHEHU 08039686814

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – GOMBE

Z.M AJI 08070690633

A.A CHIKA 08184946846

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – ENUGU

P.I IJEH 08070690611

M. GWARAM 08033117125

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – EKET

NKANGA 08056696566

NWAOGU 08037512821

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – MAIDUGURI

B.A. MUSA 08056497091

A.M BALA 08113952126

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – ABUJA

ABDU M. ABBA – 08058368253

Z MOHAMMED – 08113952176

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – KADUNA

ISA TAFIDA – 08070690624

Z TAMBUWAL – 08056696571

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – OWERRI

NWOKEDI – 08058298829

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) –


MRS. C.N NJOKU – 08070690641

EMORDI – 08033048596

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – IBADAN

O. OLAONIPEKUN – 08056497407; T. ALOKO -08038133727

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) – LAGOS

WOLE AKINYOSOYE – 08070690616


How to Create a Gmail Account

Not so long ago Gmail registration could only be done through invitations from users who already had a verified Google web account. This rule has since changed, allowing anybody to sign up to Gmail with limited restrictions.

Gmail accounts can be created through a user’s Google account if one already exists or by completing Gmail’s simple registration process.

It’s easy to create a new free Gmail email account, whether you want a new email address a different username or more storage for your messages. A Gmail account offers these and a robust spam filter. You can use it to access your existing email accounts and profit from Gmail eliminating the junk. You can also use it to archive old mail or as a backup.

To set up a new Gmail email account:

  1. Visit Create your Google Account for Gmail.
  2. Enter your first and last name in the Name
  3. Type your desired username under Choose your username.
    Your Gmail email address will be your username followed by “@com.” If your Gmail username is “example,” for instance, your Gmail address is “”
  4. If Gmail lets you know that your desired username is not available, enter a different desired name under Choose your username or click one of the proposals under
  5. Enter a password for your Gmail account under both Create a password and confirm your password. Pick an email password that is difficult to guess.
    For enhanced security, you should later enable two-factor authentication for your Gmail account.
  6. Enter your birth date and gender in the fields provided.
  7. Optionally, enter your mobile phone number and an alternate email addressfor account verification and authorization. Google uses this information to protect your privacy and to allow you to recover a lost password.
  8. Type the characters in the captcha picture to prove you’re not a robot.
  9. Select your country or location.
  10. Click Next Step.
  11. Examine Google’s terms of service and the Gmail privacy policy and click I Agree.
  12. Type the characters in the captcha picture to prove you’re not a robot.
  13. Click Continue to Gmail.

Access the Gmail Account and Your Other Existing Email

You can access Gmail on the web, and you can also set it up in desktop and mobile email programs.

Gmail vs. Google vs. Google Plus

In creating a Gmail account, you automatically create a Google account, which allows you to access other personalized services such as YouTube, Android, and Google Plus, Google’s social network.

How To Access Your Gmail Inbox

As soon as you have registered in Gmail, you will be directed to your inbox. There, you will see that you have already received your first email: a welcome email from the Gmail team.

At the top of your inbox, you’ll see that three tabs have been created for you to help you in your email management: Home, Social Networks and Promotions. These filters are not mandatory — Gmail offers its users many options for inbox customization, including creating customized filters and labels as well as a personal signature. These options may be found in your account settings.

How to send an email to multiple people

Sending a message to more than one person via email is a quick method of getting your information across. You only have to type the main text once, so that the minutes of your meeting or your prize-winning photo can go to everyone at the press of a button.

This guide explains how to send an email to more than one recipient using a Gmail account. However, this information is relevant to the majority of email accounts.

You’ll need:

  • a computer that is connected to the internet
  • an email account set up and ready to send and receive emails.

Follow these step-by-step instructions to send an email to multiple people

Step 1: Log in to your email account so that you are on the dashboard (main page) of your mail account.

Step 2: Click COMPOSE.

Step 3: A new email window will open. In the ‘To’ address box, type in the first recipient’s email address. Then type a comma and make a space, to separate this address from the next email address. Type in the second address and continue, inserting a comma and a space between each subsequent address.

You may find that other email applications, such as Microsoft Outlook, use a semi-colon (;) instead of a comma to separate each email address.

Step 4: You might want to include someone else in your email just to ‘keep them in the loop’. You can do this by clicking Cc or Bcc, which will open another field. ‘Cc’ means ‘carbon copy’ and ‘Bcc’ means ‘blind carbon copy’. Adding an email address to the ‘Cc’ field means that that person will receive a copy of the email and all other recipients will see their email address. If an email address is put into the ‘Bcc’ field, the person will get a copy of the email but no other recipient will see that address.

If you are sending the same email to lots of different people, it’s a good idea to put all the email addresses in the ‘Bcc’ field to keep your ‘mailing list’ confidential. That way, there’s no chance that it could fall into the hands of a spammer or hacker.

Step 5: Now type in the subject of your email and the text of your message.

Step 6: Click the blue Send button when you’re ready.

Step 7: If you want to reply to an email but add more recipients to the ‘To’ box, follow Steps 3 to 6 above once you have clicked on Reply and the email has been opened.


How to Make $1000+ Free, Without Spending Money Out Of Your Pocket

What if I tell you there is a program that will allow you to earn up to US$1,000 for free without you paying any money upfront? Yes! You don’t have to use your money as a fundee, all you require is to create a campaign and you will have funder putting money into your Idea.


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How to register Facebook and use it to the fullest

This guide will teach you how to sign up to Facebook. By the end of the the guide you will know how to join Facebook, add friends or ‘people you may know’ and also how to add a cover photo or profile picture to your account.

Like most social networking sites, Facebook asks its users to create a user profile to join the worldwide network. This is entirely free and can contain as little or as much information as you want. Once you have created your profile you can also adjust the privacy settings to specify what details you want to be made public.

How to join Facebook

1. Go to the Facebook website. Under Sign Up type your information into the boxes.

The birthday boxes have the information in drop down boxes and, when you click on the arrows, they will display a list for you to select the correct dates. You should also click on the round button next to either male or female. When you have completed these boxes click on the green button to Sign Up.

2. Facebook will send an email to the email address you provided. This is to ensure that you have given a real email address and one that you genuinely have access to. Click on the button Confirm Your Account. A numeric confirmation code is also provided and you may be asked to type this in.

3. Facebook will now open your profile and ask you a series of questions to help you get started. Step 1 is to help you find friends who are already using Facebook.

Facebook will suggest people it thinks you may know and give you a list with profile photos so you can recognise them. If you would like to connect with someone on this list click on the Add Friend button. This will send a Friend Request to them – it is their choice whether or not to accept your request.

Click on the Next button if you do not recognise or wish to connect with anyone in this list.

4. On the Welcome page Facebook gives you the opportunity to connect with people in your email address book/contacts. It does this by taking the email address that you used to create your profile. If you want to see who it suggests click on Find Friends and it will access your email contacts to match them up with Facebook users.

5. Next the Welcome page suggests that you get to know your privacy settings. See our guide Privacy settings: How to stay safe on Facebook

6. Add a Profile Picture. You can use either a photograph that is on your computer or can be accessed from your computer (for instance on a USB) or, if you have a webcam that takes still photos, then you could take a new photo of you.

Many people choose to put a picture of something other than themselves for their profile, for instance a cartoon or favourite pet. If you choose not to put a photo at this time your profile will appear with the head and shoulders outline that you see below. For further information on uploading photos see our guide How to upload photos to Facebook.

  1. Facebook is all about connecting with people so step 4 allows you to search for people you might know by typing in their names.

Don’t worry if you can’t think of many people at this stage you can always look for people at a later date, indeed you can continue to add to your friends list for as long as you have a Facebook account!

Your new Facebook Profile

Once you have done all of this your new Facebook page will open.

The first thing you will see is an option to change what is known as your cover photo. This is a large image that appears at the top of your personal page and is different to your profile photo. It can be of a scene that you like, a party, a cartoon, a flag or anything else that you feel is important to you…or even just looks nice.

To add your own photo click on OK

Registering a Business Page on Facebook

In order to create a business Facebook page for your business you will need a Facebook profile. You can easily create a page if you already have a personal account and become the Manager/Owner of the page or simply register on Facebook if you do not possess a personal account.

Next, type Facebook fan page on Google and access the first link. Choose the category of your business, name it and press the “Get started” button.

The Steps

  1. About section. Simply add your website, a description and a unique Facebook web address (URL) and check “yes” or “no” if this page is a real business, product or brand. Click “Save info” and go to step 2.
  2. Profile picture. You can upload the picture from your computer or import it from a website. Then click “Next” and go to the next step. Make sure the picture is of high quality and displays nice visuals. You can also add a cover image to your Facebook Page – it’s highly recommended to be of good quality and have an attractive design.
  3. Add to favorites. Hit the green bottom and “Next”.
  4. Reach more people. Here you can create an ad or you can skip this step and create the ad later (after your business page will be properly customized).

Extra: You can use the Bing maps to define your Facebook Business Page address (physical) and display it on a map. You can also add contact info such as phone, email, schedule, hours open for business.

Press the “Skip” button and you are good to go. Remember, only authentic information, pictures, content, posts etc. will make your business successful. Return for more Local social tips.