Former housemate and disqualified participant in the last Big Brother Nigeria, well known as BBNaija reality show edition, Natacha Akide, has initiated a program tagged ‘Pad for Every Girl’ (PEG).
9jatoday understands that the Port-Harcourt first daughter, as loves to be hyped, also known as Tacha has taken her new project to her home state, in a visit with her team to Government Girls secondary school, Rumuokwuta, Port Harcourt, where she donated to the female students’ some sanitary pads.
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It was reported also that Tacha lectured the students, females to be precise, on how to maintain menstrual hygiene.
Tacha was said to speak about menstruation and how they can keep themselves clean during their periods.
The controversial celebrity while posting on her Instagram page, captioned the post with some details.
She wrote; “Natacha Akide Initiative has launched a project, Pad for Every Girl (PEG) Myself and my team shared sanitary pads and I gave lectures on Menstrual Hygiene Management @kuwtacha”
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In another news, 9jatoday reported that Nigeria’s Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Isa Ali-Pantami, has introduced a new law that will ensure every mobile user have no more than three registered line.
According to the directives which were signed by the Minister’s Technical Assistant, Dr Femi Adeluyi, the National Communication Commission (NCC), has been directed to restrict every Nigerian from having no more than three SIM cards registered in his or her name.
The minister, in his statement, noted that the Policy is based on the feedback received from the security agencies, following the successful revalidation of improperly registered SIM cards in September 2019.
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An extract of the statement reads in parts below;
“Ensure that only fully accredited agents support the SIM card registration process without pre-registering SIM cards themselves, while the eventual registration should be done by the operators,” continue reading...