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The Depressive State of Nigerian Youths

In 2019, the rate of suicide will be rapidly high in Nigeria. This is because a lot of Nigerians with zeal and ambitions are frustrated by the people whom they look up to. The suicide will not rank among the illiterates but the literates, as graduates will be more prone to suicide. Nigeria, might maintain a steady first position in suicide ranking in Africa. A lot of people have pass through serious depression this year to the point they felt hopeless and worthless. To some of them, they are still struggling to battle the depression and it keeps coming "on and off" in frequency. Depression is so serious that one doesn't fear death anymore but feels imaginary relief if he or she dies. Parents should do more by reducing the pressure on their children. Marriage pressure and job pressure should be reduced as these people are already aware of their need for job or marriage. Constant reminding them and nagging might make them lose sense of belonging. Where

Depression, The Mother Of Suicide; A Silent Killer

According to Granville Freeman, who is a Psychologist, gave his views on depression. Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression , it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems. Surviving depression this year isn't a guarantee that the depression wouldn't come back again. There is huge possibility that it might come back again. Majority of our youths are depressed because of lack of job/business which leads to lack of money and disrespect and the other is relationship which could be as a result of abuse and bad relationship. If your cause of depression was from relationship and you are now stronger and free, I would advice that you stay away from relationship and learn to love yourself more. The worst thing that can happen to any guy is being jobless (lack of money) and get disappointed by the

Russia, New missile flies at 27 times the speed of sound and renders all defences useless

Deputy prime minister Yuri Borisov claims the Avangard is impossible to intercept, despite accusations the project is propaganda. By Aubrey Allegretti, news reporter A new Russian missile system has been created that will render any defence systems useless, a top official from the country has claimed. Yuri Borisov, Russia's deputy prime minister, told state television that the device is impossible to intercept. The Avangard was test-fired on Wednesday. It is described as a hypersonic glide vehicle that flies 27 times faster than the speed of sound. Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw the weapon's launch , comparing it to a "meteorite". It was launched from southwest Russia and successfully hit and destroyed a target 3,700 miles (5,954km) away in the country's far east, he said. Image: Mr Putin compared the missile to a 'meteorite' Mr Borisov said on Thursday it "essent

The famous celebrities and leaders' faces we have said goodbye to in 2018. Photos

The Queen of Soul, the man who first broke the four-minute mile, a Hollywood legend, children's TV favourites and one of the greatest scientists of all time - here's remembering the stars and notable faces we have said goodbye to in 2018. January 'Fast' Eddie Clarke Former Motorhead guitarist Fast Eddie (pictured left) was the last surviving original member of the band, after the deaths of frontman Lemmy and drummer Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor in 2015. He passed away peacefully in hospital after being treated for pneumonia. "Keep roaring, rocking and rollin' up there as goddamit man, your Motorfamily would expect nothing less!" his remaining band members said in their tribute. Dolores O'Riordan The Cranberries singer, who joined the Irish rock band in 1990, helped them become a household name, with hits including Dreams, Linger and Zombie. She was found