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Amazing facts and health benefits of Africa star Apple

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African star Appleis one of the native fruits which are indigenous to tropical African countries like Nigeria and contains lots of nutrients which are numerous and beneficial to health.

African star Apple grows only in subtropical or tropical climate. It can be cultivated easily from seeds and would take 10years for the young seedling to mature and bear fruits.

African star Apple is a popular fruit, in Nigeria it is called Agbalumo by the Yoruba’s and Udala in the Igbo language. The colour rangs from Green when unripe and orange when ripe

5 Health benefits of Star Apple

1. It helps in weight loss
Proper consumption of African star Apple help in managing weight loss and maintaining complete body health and beauty. It contain a high amount of dietary fibre that improve satiety.

2. Aids the digestive system
The active fibre content which is mainly a carbohydrate in star Appl helps to keep the digestive system healthy as well helps to overcome constipation and other digestive problems.

3. Good for pregnant Women
African star Apple has an acidic taste and it’s mostly liked by women during pregnancy because it helps in preventing the urge to vomit. It also treat sore throat, constipation and indigestion in pregnancy.

4. It contain Natural Antioxidants
African Star Apple serves as a natural source of antioxidants which helps to remove damaging oxidizing agent in the body system and keep the immune system healthy.

5. It prevent Diabetes
Another essential benefit of African star Apple is that it aids in controlling sugar levels in the blood and this is the best fruit for people suffering from diabetes.

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We would train a new police unit next week – IGP says following disbandment of SARs.

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The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, has assured Nigerians that the training of a new police unit to take over from the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) will commence next week.

Adamu gave the assurance when pop artiste, David Adeleke aka Davido, visited him in his office on Monday, October 12 over the ongoing #EndSARS protests. For over 72 hours, Nigerians youths nationwide have taken to the streets calling for the disbandment of SARS. The IGP responded by banning the dreaded police unit, but protesters say they doubt the police authorities sincerity. IGP Adamu has assured that a new unit of the police will be ready soon. Speaking to Davido, IGP Adamu said with SARS being disbanded, there was a need to get a new structure to carry out the duties the defunct police unit was carrying out, which is fighting violent crimes.

He said the new outfit would be intelligence-driven, properly trained and only act on special occasions that require their attention. He said the unit would be made up of fresh personnel with a fresh orientation and not officers from the scrapped unit. He said opportunities would be created for members of the public to participate in and make inputs to the formation of the new unit. IGP Adamu further said this was the first time they have decisively taken to dissolve SARS and called for calm as they continue to resolve all the issues. Nigerian parents blow hot, protest against disbandment of SARS, video goes viral. “I’m talking to you so I will keep talking to many others and get civil societies involved and get their input towards the new unit.” He said officers of the disbanded unit would be retrained and given other responsibilities in the force, but will not be reabsorbed into the new unit. Legit.ng had earlier reported that the IGP in response to calls and agitation from Nigerians to disband SARS, banned personnel of the unit from carrying out routine protocols, before the eventual disbandment.

The new directive from the IGP also affected operatives of other tactical squads of the police such as the Special Tactical Squad (STS), Intelligence Response Team (IRT) and the Anti-Cultism Squad.

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