The only sad part about the Wilder loss against Fury yesterday is the fact that Wilder may never get a chance to fight Anthony Joshua.
I really want AJ to reset Wilder to factory settings. All that disrespect from Wilder to AJ needs to be sorted man to man.
@TheClaireAdaji You can write the married man in capital all you want. It doesn’t change the fact that vendor is shameless
What I see here quite clearly is TWO people who have acted wrongly and surely without self control.
If your focus is on self control,
You would have to blame BOTH parties.
Get a good perfume and body spray.
Use quality antiperspirants and deodorants. If you don’t know which one to use- walk in to a good pharmacy and speak with a pharmacist there- they can guide you.
Have your bath twice a day.
Wash your armpits, feet, groin, under breasts, etc
Some materials like nylon & leather make you sweat more- especially in a hot weather country like Nigeria.
Wear cool fabrics instead like cotton and wool. That’s a better option.
Wash your clothes regularly.
That black trousers, that black skirt,
Please kindly wash it.
Some of you only shave your armpit every four years- as if it’s an Olympic event- there’s a forest with trees and wild animals under your arm-
Get a shaving stick today.
Or use a hair removal cream today.
And make it a weekly habit.
When Garba got back to work.
Chidinma was the most beautiful thing he ever saw in his life.
She was pretty, she was smart and she was a thorough hard worker.
You could always depend on her and she always delivered. Did something happen between them?
Well I’m not telling you.
His boss also came there by his bedside. He had been very worried for him.
He announced they have gotten an assistant for Garba- a first class computer graduate from Unilag, Chidinma.
She would resume on Monday while Garba recovers from all this. Garba will be back in 2weeks.
“He was moved to the ward ma”
His mom sighed in relief.
Garba had improved overnight and transferred to the medical ward. He has now been told he has diabetes and he will need to have his blood sugar monitored regularly.
He will also need to have regular medical check ups done.
“Yes it is a complication of diabetes”
The doctor said.
His dad asked
“How does he get a complication of diabetes without having diabetes? That doesn’t seem logical”
The doctor said
“Yes it may not look logical.
But sometimes, the complication may be the first sign of diabetes”
The doctor found them a room close to the Intensive Care Unit ICU, and started talking to both parents:
“Garba has what we call “DKA”
This is Diabetic Ketoacidosis
Have you heard of this before?”
His parents said
“No we haven’t.
“Is this related to diabetes?”
And as she cried profusely, her husband came to hold her. Without her saying a word of her thoughts, he knew what was going through her mind.
“God will keep him for us. All our efforts won’t be in vain, my love” he said.
The doctor was now walking towards them as he looked up.
This dragged on for a few years actually. The parents somehow thought “oh they will get tired and find someone else”
But it never happened.
To cut a long story short, Ibrahim’s dad died after 3years from stomach cancer and not long afterwards, Ibrahim eventually married Jumoke.
The doctor immediately started to give Garba some drip/infusions to replace all the fluids he had lost from the repeated vomiting, started him on some insulin drip to reduce the extremely high blood sugar and gave him some oxygen to help support his breathing
He was sent to ICU.
That was the last text he could send.
His mom wakes up to pray at 5:30 everyday. And she set her alarm for it.
But for some weird reason, she felt like using the toilet and that woke her up around this time.
27 missed calls from Garba.
“Mom I think I’m dying”
Then he started vomiting.
And serious abdominal pain too.
The more he vomited,
The weaker he became.
His breathing became shallow,
He started struggling to breathe.
He got more tired, more weak, more breathless. And could not stand again.
“Mom I think I’m dying”
This was 5am.
“What’s happening to me”
He thought to himself.
This was 3am
He’s far away from home.
He lives on his own.
Tried calling his parents-
Both numbers switched off.
He got weaker and weaker.
“Mom I think I need to go to hospital”
But Garba was home alone in all this
On one of those days, he noticed he developed a running nose and slight headache. He brushed it off.
“No big deal”
By the next day,
Headaches started and then he was sneezing. He went to buy some “piriton” and he carried on with his day.
Got home as usual around 10pm.
Garba worked himself even harder.
He slept less. He ate less.
He resumed earlier. He closed later.
With a bigger role, came bigger responsibilities. All of this started wearing him out- but Garba is not the sort of man who will ever say “impossible”
And he kept pushing himself.
Garba’s dad was a retired lawyer who once worked with the state government. His mom was a school principal with one of the popular private schools.
They were well to do.
He was an only child- and he always brought them joy in everything he did and all he achieved-
Except in one
He will be out of bed by 5am to beat Lagos traffic and get in to work before 8am. Garba was never late to work.
He never gave excuses
He never told lies or stories
He could never “let down” his boss, he would say.
Sometimes he would skip his meal-
But that didn’t really matter.
RT @DrOlufunmilayo: VERY URGENT:
IF you ever see animal meat/lungs that looks like this, DO NOT BUY it.
Those nodules on the meat shows th…
The children of the night are currently crawling into the kitchen trying to warm something or cook something or quickly chew something.
That your stove thread will cut.
That your hot plate will blow.
And that your food will burn.
Go to bed oniranu.
Ijewuru wombiliki wobia.
@Eweha_A It’s written in the tweet what is happening to the law school student.#OurFavOnlineDoc 🛂 @DrOlufunmilayo • 20 Feb 12:53 GMT
Look at the names of those drugs up there familiar?
This is to announce that China has finally said that any of those drugs can be used to treat Coronavirus patients.
Chloroquine has shown good effects and is also to be used.
Never let children play in areas where there's a lot of dog or cat poo, never let children play on sand where someone may have poo.
Never walk barefoot in high-risk areas.
Never eat raw or undercooked pork, beef or freshwater fish especially from canteens/places you aren’t sure.
@Jessicalevi13 Always read a thread to the end#OurFavOnlineDoc 🛂 @DrOlufunmilayo • 20 Feb 06:59 GMT
Should you regularly take deworming tablets? It depends.
In places where 20% or more of the people have worm infections, yes you need regular deworming every 6months.
So if worm infections is quite common around you, take Mebendazole every 6months. You and your family members.
If you have worms,
Or think you have symptoms that may be worm infection, do not waste time.
Go to a pharmacy and ask for mebendazole. You and your family members should all get treated.
Except for pregnant/breastfeeding women and children under 6months
(Pls speak to a doctor).
RT @DrOlufunmilayo: On Feb3, Australia used a govt-paid flight to take all Australians out of Wuhan. 241 people.
They kept them on an isla…
If you use toilet at work,
Or you may use a public toilet where getting soap and water may not be available, may waste time or the water may be too dirty,
Use wet wipes.
Wet wipes are your best bet in that situation. Always carry wet wipes in your bag or car.
That’s the advice.