Cashew Nut Reduces High Blood Pressure – Expert

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A new discovery in medical science may have emerged with the revelation that regular intake of cashew nut has the capacity to halt high blood pressure and thus save hypertensive patients untimely death.

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A medical expert, Professor Olusanya Arise, gave the revelation yesterday at the first-ever Education Awards and Lecture by the Southwest, Northwest and Southeast Awards (SNEAWARDS), a Nigerian regional socio-economic assessment body, in concert with -based Africa Skills Centre (ASC).

Arise, addressing a gathering of scholars and captains of industry at the virtual event in Abuja, hypertensive Nigerians and those having high blood pressure “not to joke with the cashew nut solution, by making its bits ferment in water solution, with regular intake.”

Arise, of the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, also advised Nigerians, especially the career workers, to create time to attend to health, noting that many avoidable were caused by careless attitude to “little, little things.”

At the virtual education award , which was held in deference to COVID-19 protocols, fewer than 20 professors cutting across various fields, 10 holders of the Philosophy Degree (Ph.D) and several captains of industry, participated.

A leading guest speaker on the occasion, the Senate Leader, Prof. Ajayi Boroffice, Nigerians to dignify hardwork, as it is the only way to enhance humanity.

He said, “while the of the education sector takes the front-burner in concerns, the fact remains that it is through a collective effort that we can advance knowledge and our national economy.”

Borrofice particularly for the private sector involvement in educational in Nigeria.

Also in remarks, another guest speaker, Mr. Jerry Vreeman, who is Director of Leadership in Obscurity Network in the United States of America (USA), enjoined Nigerians to be dedicated and selfless in developmental issues that affect society.

He noted, “For instance, this crusade aimed at improving on Nigeria’s educational system, organised by the ASC and SNEAAWARDS, is a selfless effort, as its organisers are not collecting salary.”

In the aftermath of the event, the ASC Director, who is also the Chairman, Screening Committee for the SNEAWARDS, Pastor Honey Olawale, explained that the forum was particularly aimed at ensuring that technical education is included in the syllabi of all educational institutions in Nigeria.

“Today’s was particularly designed to address teething in Nigeria’s educational system, with a view to presenting our submissions to the federal ,” he told journalists.

“For instance, in the ASC, our skill acquisition programmes are tuition free and are intended to fine-tune Africa’s educational system, to rise above theory and theory alone, and embrace practical knowledge.

“While we want schools in Nigeria to buoy syllabi with practical works like wood work, metal work, tailoring, auto engineering and the like, we are first leading by example to attain educational renaissance,” he further disclosed.

On the occasion, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, emerged as the outstanding public university of the year, while Gregory University, Abia State, took the oustanding private university’s catogory.

The year’s outstanding state-owned university was won by the Ladoke Akintola University (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Oyo State.

Also, fewer than 27 dons won the award of Outstanding Lecturer of the Year, while many other distinguished Nigerians emerged as Ambassadors of Education.