September 19, 2015
In a chat with HipTV’s StreetHop on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 he revealed he doesn’t like Sean Tizzle and also talked about what really transpired between himself and the ‘Sho le’ hitmaker.
“I called on Sean Tizzle and he was charging me a certain amount of money, I didn’t know if it was him or his management that charged me, but I don’t care, I had to tell my team to blacklist his name on any of my shows”.
He also thanked Olamide for performing in one of his shows without putting money first.
“I called on Olamide who’s even a more buzzing act, and he said I can pay him anything I feel like, and he didn’t even ask of his money until way after the show before I paid him”.
He also used that juncture to announce his forthcoming event titled “Lord of the Ribs” which will feature several local and international comedians and musicians.
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He also said that this was in furtherance to the combined efforts of the Nigerian Armed Forces and other security organisations to counter terrorism and insurgency in the North-East.
Gusau said that the two operators of the centre, Mr Makinta Umar, and John Zakariya, were arrested after a suspected Boko Haram member confessed that the suspects were producing the ID cards for members of the terrorists group.
“The operators of the center were apprehended after a Boko Haram suspect earlier arrested, confessed to the Joint Investigation Center that the suspects were in the business of producing the ID cards for the terrorists group.
“Among the items recovered from the suspects were; computer laptops, memory sticks, still camera etc,” he said.
“It was discovered that the accomplices produce fake National ID cards and other documents for the terrorists in the business centre.
“These documents enable the terrorists to move freely to various destinations and carry out their terrorists activities killing and inflicting hardships on the law abiding citizens of the country,” Gusau added.
Moderate coffee consumption has been linked to longer life, although this is almost certainly not the case for energy drinks. And while caffeine makes us feel more alert and awake, it doesn’t make us smarter. In fact, some research shows that caffeine actually impairs our ability to think creatively. Coffee and tea are a far better way to go. Although everything in moderation, of course!”
“It is a stimulant drug that works by clogging up the ‘tiredness signals’ in the brain. A chemical in the brain, called adenosine, plays an important role in how tired we feel – it tends to build up throughout the day, causing us to get sleepy in the evening.
Caffeine is a crafty drug that temporarily blocks adenosine pathways, giving you a boost while allowing ‘feel good’ molecules in the brain (such as dopamine) to be released more readily. You feel more alert and you feel better about yourself!’
“The liver breaks down caffeine and caffeine itself does indeed raise blood sugar levels. It’s not as straightforward as the infographic suggests, however. Caffeine can make low blood sugars worse in diabetics, for example. Interestingly, caffeine seems to be good for the liver and coffee consumption has been linked to lower rates of liver disease and liver cancer. The same hasn’t been shown for energy drinks, however.”
12 to 24 hours: For regular drinkers you’ll find that between 12and 24 hours is the time for when you’ll start to feel withdrawal symptoms i.e. the urge for some caffeine, other affects of this include headaches, irritability and constipation.