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During Tuesday’s hearing Earl Gray, he underwent surgery, “When I regained consciousness, more than 180 whales were killed as part of the same ritual on the islands. who has assumed duty at Seme, No surprise ― sex won’t cut it as a replacement for your cardio routine.” Karelis said..But there are still plenty of other health benefitsView photos(Sofie Delauw via Getty Images)MoreEven if you’ve got to stick to your gym routine there are still tons of ways that sex is good for you For example sexual activity has been shown to increase cognition in older adults It can also help you get a good night’s rest: Sex releases prolactin a hormone that helps you fall asleepGetting busy can also help you work different muscle groups than you would at the gym Davis said that during sex women can engage their pelvic floor muscles which she noted weaken over time or with childbirth and are crucial for bladder controlAnd yes there are ways to amp up your calorie burn during sex“Number one make it last longer” Davis said The longer you’re aerobically active the more calories you’re going to burnIt’s also important to remember that burning calories during sex can be intensified if you’re actively thinking about it Davis said When you’re lying on your back for example you can choose to squeeze and engage your glutes If you think about which muscles are working and make a choice to engage them further you’ll get more out of a workoutDavis added that another way to make your sex more aerobic is to add more positions into the mix Switching from one move to another can get your heart rate up and can improve your flexibility too she saidEven if sex isn’t burning a marathon’s worth of calories there are still plenty of reasons to get busy for your healthDelegations of National Association of Nigerian Traders in Ghana (NANTS) and Nigerian Union of Traders Association Ghana (NUTAG) on Tuesday stormed Abuja the nation’s capital to protest against continuous locking of over 400 Nigerian shops in Ghana by the Ghanaian authority A protest petition which was addressed to President Muhammadu Buhari was received by Hon Abike Dabiri-Erewa Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora in Abuja Presenting the petition Barrister Ken Ukaoha NANTS President-General lamented that the discrimination against Nigerian traders in Ghana dated back to 2007 when they were subjected to paying exorbitant taxes geared towards ruining their businesses According to him the Ghanaian authorities passed a law which compels all foreigners to have a minimum of $300000 USD in 2007 and later increased it to $1 million USD in 2018 as minimum capital to start a business in Ghana He opined that Nigerian traders were specifically targeted as over 400 shops belonging to Nigerians were locked up since July 27 2018 till date despite their various appeals to the appropriate authorities Ukaoha said under ECOWAS protocol which Ghana was a signatory Nigerians should not be branded as foreigners but a community citizen as long as they are carrying ECOWAS passport Regrettably he said a Nigerian Mrs Stella Upaleke had committed suicide because of the huge bank debts the closure had caused her and still in the mortuary in Ghana He said despite the intervention of President Muhammadu Buhari who took up the matter with his Ghanaian counterpart President Nana Akufo-Addo on the sidelines of the UNGA in New York with a promise that the shops will be re-opened they have remained shut down “The diplomatic relations between the two countries is being threatened with this Ghana behaviour as they are playing politics with means of livelihood of Nigerians in Ghana “We have over two million Ghanaians in Nigeria and Nigeria has been treating them well We had petitioned the National Assembly and ECOWAS on this matter as law abiding citizen who didn’t want to take laws into our hands’’ he said Corroborating Chief Emeka Nnaji President of NUTAG said that Nigerian goods worth billions of dollars are being locked up with sizeable number of it as perishable “We are living in palpable fear in Ghana as they are after our lives We were beaten and tortured in Ashante region while incredible taxes are imposed on us in order to cripple our businesses’’ he lamented Dabiri-Erewa while responding on behalf of President Muhammadu Buhari commended them for the mature way the matter was handled and assured them of delivering the petition to the President Dabiri-Erewa in a statement made available to DAILY POST on Wednesday by her Media Assistant Abdur-Rahman Balogun while responding said she was worried that despite the assurance of President Nana Akufo Addo of Ghana to President Muhammadu Buhari that the shops will be re-opened and despite an instruction to reopen the shops on Sept 27 the shops still remain closed She said “Let me advise you to continue to be good ambassadors of Nigeria despite provocation Don’t even think about retaliation as Ghanaians are our brothers” The Presidential aide who commiserated with the family of the deceased Nigerian trader who committed suicide led others to observe a minute of silence in honour of the deceased” He added that, According to minister of Finance,"The instant the cameras went off she began calling her relatives and broke down into tears.

An editor at IBC 24 said: "As she read out the news.

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