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His Royal Majesty Dr. Abdul Rahman Ado Ibrahim is the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland (King of Ebiral land), he was born on on 7th February, 1929.

Dr Ado Ibrahim schooled at a nursery and Quranic School and thereafter finished his primary education at NA School in Okene, Kogi State, in 1940.

 

He further attended Ondo Boys high School and Oduduwa College, where he completed his secondary education in 1949.
Dr Ado Ibrahim obtained a B.Sc in Economics from London School of Economics in 1950s before he also attained his MBA from Harvard business School in 1959.

He has been the ruler of Ebiraland since 2nd of June, 1979 and he rules Ebiraland from his marvelous, magnificent and world class palace, “AZAD Palace” named after his son. The “Azad palace” is considered as one of the most beautiful palaces in Nigeria in fact, West Africa as a whole.

HRM, Dr Ado Ibrahim was born into a family of more than 150 members, his father the then “Attah of Ebiraland” was a great man. He married many wives during his lifetime, according to research later Attah spoke about 14 languages fluently; he spoke his native language Ebira, English, French Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Nupe, Igala and others, he was noted to have written a book when he was alive.

Azad palace is considered as one of the most interesting and beautiful palaces in West Africa located around Inioziomi area of Okene, Kogi State, Nigeria.
HRM Ado’s Parlours are conducive environment due to water fountains not electrical Air condition. And the beautiful Palace is still under construction not yet completed according to it Master plan.
You just have to look long, hard enough and be convinced at the dark clouds, to see the silver-lining in Africa. There are many more of sites to catch your liking and attention,when you visit Nigeria. A great country with wonderful people. Don’t find it hard this is Nigeria!

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5 reasons why your breath smells bad

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Bad breath, is an embarrassing health condition that affects approximately 30% of people around the world.
It is normal to wake up with bad breath.

But what about when you’ve brushed, flossed, mouth-washed, and not eaten any spicy food like garlic, and are still finding that your breath is less minty, more malodorous?
Good oral hygiene must be taken seriously if you want to avoid halitosis, but it’s not the only factor that can play a part in the smell that comes out when you open your mouth. Here are 5 other things that can cause bad breath.

Cutting down on carbs

Cutting down on carbs and upping your protein intake can be a major factor in whether or not you have bad breath. This is because they cause your body to break down fat for energy and create ketones. The excess ketones put a lot of stress on your kidney.

Skipping meals

Whether it is a deliberate attempt or you’re doing it for religious reasons, skipping meals can have a serious negative impact on the freshness of your breath. Avoiding meals or fluid slows than the production of saliva leading to breeding of bacteria which causes bad breath.

Chewing too much gum

Chewing gums in the short term after eating spicy food is not harmful. It causes serious health issues in the long term because they contain hidden sugars that leads to the accumulation of sticky plaque on the teeth. This also encourages the growth of bacteria and its effects may be worse than those of dry mouth in the long run

Dehydration

Drinking the recommended dose of H2O on a daily basis has many beauty and health benefits such as keeping your breath fresh all day. Dehydration can cause halitosis because bacteria that live in the mouth tend to multiply as the mouth dries out.

Strep throat

Strep is a bacterial infection, not a viral one, and those invading bugs can cause your bad breath to smell bad, says Dr. Grbic. Not only that, but other kinds of sinus infections can turn into bacterial ones that produce a smelly, pus-like type of mucus

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