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IF YOU'VE BEEN TOLD THAT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO CURE YOUR BACK AND JOINTS AFTER 50, THEN YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT IT IS NOT TRUE!'
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Nigeria. Founder of Modern Kinesiotherapy (neurology and orthopedics), an alternative method of treating chronic diseases and injuries of musculoskeletal system. The main principle of this new method is not taking medicinal drugs or wearing corsets, it's more about a better understanding of your own body and its potential.
Medical practice: more than 30 years
Keep in mind a simple truth and listen to nobody: joint diseases are treatable even at an old age'
This doctor claims that he can cure osteochondrosis which developed during 18 years in a couple of months. That he can cure a very old woman suffering from the most severe case of arthritis in 78 days. As for the joint pains, if treated properly, they will go within 4 days! During 48 years of his practice, he keeps confirming each of his statements by showing how it works in action. Immediately after taking part in a live broadcast on TV (the episode on the topic of keeping your joints healthy at any age), a well-known doctor Manu Odinga agreed to give us an interview.
How do you do, Dr. Odinga. Tell me, is the following statement true, that joint diseases and osteochondrosis are inevitable for mature people?
Hello, Tabitha. Of course, it is not true. Excessive trust in doctors who strive to cure you for 10 years but never succeed in doing so, that is inevitable for mature people. As a matter of fact, joints, chondrosis and the entire skeletal system can be very well treated at any age. And this is not a miracle but just pure science.
If you know the secret and put a bit of efforts in terms of self-discipline, you can cure the disease at home very fast, thousands of my patients do that.
And what is the secret?
The secret is in understanding why you have pains. Overall there are up to 147 different possible reasons for the development of osteochondrosis and arthrosis listed in medical encyclopedias, but the consequence is one and the same - joints, vertebra and cartilage lose their elasticity, hence the pain. They are worn out because of poor blood circulation.
That's the whole secret, we cure the joint by restoring its blood supply.
But isn't it generally conceded that it is almost impossible to restore blood circulation after the age of 45?
This is complete nonsense. I got myself out of a wheelchair after an injury, and this was more serious that just turning 45.
Have you saved others from a wheelchair?
Yes, and more than once. But most of my patients are ordinary people over 40 who developed these diseases as they grew older. They come to me with similar problems: osteochondrosis, arthrosis, radiculitis, pinched nerve. These diseases exhaust you and don't let you live normally.
People complain of pain, it's hard even to walk. They are just regular citizens, not sporstmen and not disabled. They cry 'Why me? What have I done?' I reply plainly 'let's stop whining and start restoring blood circulation'.
How do you restore blood circulation at this age?
Until recently I treated my patients with the help of a complex movement program consisting of 96 exercises which involved trainers. This is an exteremely effective method, but very long and hard.
It hurts, it is difficult, people don't have time to hit the gym. I believed that there exists an easier and more modern method and I've found it.
How very interesting! Will you tell our readers about it?
Sure. Our centre was the first one in Nigeria to get a certified access to a brand-new remedy for osteochondrosis and joint pain. I have to admit, when I first learnt about it I just laughed because I didn't believe in its effectiveness. But I was amazed by the results of our tests - 4567 of patients completely got rid of their condition, and that is more than 94% of all subjects. 5.6 felt a significant improvement, and only 0.4$ didn't notice any changes.
What kind of remedy is it?
I'm talking about a unique remedy Motion Free This gel makes it possible to forget about back and joint pain virtually in no time, no more than 4 days, and cure even the most neglected cases in a couple of months.
More than 1.3 million dollars was spent on the development of its formula and almost 13 million dollars were paid for the right to distribute this product across the country.
So does that mean that Motion Free can be bought only in Nigeria?
At the moment, yes. But starting with January 1st it will be available for all citizens of Europe.
How does this miraculous gel work?
There's no miracle, only pure science. Motion Free consists of 32 powerful components which make weakened old cells function 7 times faster when they get into contact with them, thus the cells gradually rejuvenate.
Just by one application of the gel on the affected area you will activate more than 930000 cells which will be of good service to your blood flow. This is how this treatment goes. The main thing here is stability.
Sounds impressive. But we need another explanation, what would it mean for people with ordinary diseases?
This means that medieval Nigerian medicine is finally becoming a thing of the past and you can cure your diseases at home within 1-2 months. Motion Free has no freezing or anaesthetizing effects, it 'relaunches' the body on a cellular level. It removes the underlying cause of pains and puts joints and spine back in their initial, normal state. A patient not just gets rid of symptoms, but also eliminates the core of the disease - weakened blood flow caused by slow dying cells.
On the very first day the gel triggers the functioning of the body regenerative systems. It also relieves pain syndrome, which you will feel at once. In 2-3 weeks the treatment will be finished, but keep in mind that you should repeat the course eventually in order to prevent relapse.
Does Motion Free help to cure arthrosis and osteochondrosis exclusively?
No, that's what I'm trying to make you understand: it acts on a cellular level, restoring your blood flow. It cures any kind of disease related to joints and spine: arthrosis and arthritis, sciatica, rheumatism, radiculitis, herniated vertebra. Injuries, traumas, bruises, fractures, even calloses - the gel is highly effective in all these cases.
This seems like a very potent remedy. Does it really eliminate all these diseases, not just relieve the pain?
Motion Free alleviates pain (at early stages of the treatment) and eventually completely eliminates the disease. Don't get me wrong, I like exercises and sport and I'm not going to quit it, but for most of my patients this gel is the easiest, most effective and available method of treatment.
I guess many would like to know where you can get it?
We wanted to begin selling it in the pharmacies, but we don't seem to come to terms with pharmacists, because the gel can spoil their business. People keep buying their medications for years, and there are more and more of those in need of treatment - that's the actual state of affairs that suits pharmacists.
So now we sell it exclusively on the official site.
There are some benefits though - we sell directly, without middlemen, which gives us the chance to lower the price making it 4,7 cheaper than retail price.
Shipping is conducted by mail, payment upon delivery, this is home treatment so you won't be needing a specialist's observation. However, you shouldn't take my word for it. Try remedies produced by other manufacturers if you want to compare. But I'm sure that you won't find anything even remotely similar to Motion Free in terms of its effectiveness.
Thank you, doctor, for the interview! Is there anything you would like to add for our readers before we finish?
Yes! Yes of course. I would like to call to our readers attention that back and joints diseases get 'younger', i.e. not only old people have it now. Even mild regular pains is the sign which you must not ignore. Your doctor is not going to persuade you to get treated.
And remember: the diseases triggered by joint and spine pains don't only bring discomfort. They also shorten your lifespan by 10-15 years.
P.S.: The doctor decided to give Motion Free to the first 50 buyers at a discount price! Go to the official site and maybe you will get lucky!interviewer Tabitha Kibati
Photos were taken from open sources
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Buhari regimeâ€™s second recession: Cut governance cost, aid production, diversify, experts tell Federal Govt
Govt policy emphasises revenue sharing, not production, Utomi, others tell government
Third recession imminent unless FG diversifies economy, says Abuja chamber of commerce
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Economic experts and interest groups in Nigeriaâ€™s economy on Sunday advised the Federal Government to reduce the cost of governance and encourage production.
Experts and groups including a professor of political economy and management expert, Pat Utomi; the Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Dr Obadiah Mailafia, gave the advice in separate interviews with The PUNCH while commenting on Nigeriaâ€™s recent economic recession.
They said government should cut tax for the poor and diversify the economy. According to them, in diversifying the economy, government must match its words with actions.
Amid a rising debt profile, inflation and unemployment, Nigeria on Saturday entered its second recession in five years as official figures showed that the economy shrank again in the third quarter of this year.
This yearâ€™s recession is the worst in 36 years as data obtained from the World Bank indicated that the countryâ€™s Gross Domestic Product dropped by 10.92 per cent in 1983 and 1.2 per cent in 1984.
The National Bureau of Statistics, in its report for third quarter of 2020, said the GDP, the broadest measure of economic prosperity, fell by 3.62 per cent in the three months up till September.
On Sunday, Utomi, in an interview with one of our correspondents, said government must rebuild trust of the people.
He said, â€œThe starting point of any policy initiative is rebuilding trust of the people. The cost of governance in Nigeria has been growing for years. It got worst recently.
â€œSecondly, it is important that Nigeria moves from consumption to production. Part of the problems in Nigeria is that we are oriented to consuming what we do not produce. Nigeriaâ€™s economy does not produce. Public policies are geared towards sharing revenue than production.
â€œThe fact that the environment for production is made hostile by government policies and weaker institutions has not made it any easier. We have to do everything to avoid going the way of Venezuela (which is currently experiencing total economic collapse and hyperinflation).
â€œWe need people who are champions of production to be inspired and encouraged.â€
He asked the government to stop funding old business leaders and invest in younger ones who are not looking to exploit the system.
Nigeriaâ€™ll slide into recession again â€“ ACCI, others
The President of the ACCI, Adetokunbo Kayode, and the immediate past Chairman, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, Sam Amadi, in separate interviews with our correspondents, said government must take shrewd decisions to save Nigeria from the current recession and further economic shocks.
The ACCI president said government must take practical steps to diversify the economy and stop reliance on oil.
Third recession imminent unless FG diversifies economy, Abuja Chamber of Commerce
He said, â€œNigeria will come out of this recession but the unfortunate thing is that we will go back into it again. So, it is an in-and-out thing unless we learn lessons. We have to learn serious economic lessons and take some decisions.
â€œOne, we must diversify the economy. The government has been saying that it wants to do it, but it is just on paper. And it is simple to do this; you must produce what you need.
â€œThis is so that you can reduce your imports. Government should develop industrial parks in partnership with private sector players. Government seems not to have learnt its lesson from the recent #EndSARS protest.
â€œWe have too many people on the streets and the street is more powerful than the office. The guys in office started the #EndSARS but they were over-powered by street boys.â€
Tax luxury goods â€“ Amadi
On his part, the former NERC chairman tweeted on Sunday that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had got Nigeria into a second recession under his regime and should take the country out of it.
Amadi said, â€œSince @NGRPresident has got us into a second recession, it has a responsibility to get us out quickly. To start, it should refocus from feeding the rich and starving the poor.
â€œIt is now time to tax luxury items, reduce salaries and allowances of the upper level and reduce tax on poor.â€
On his part, Mailafia said Nigeria relapsed into another recession because the people had lost confidence in the system.
He noted that because of the high level of insecurity, people in the North-West, North-Central and North-East had abandoned their farms.
He added that the same problem was in the South, leading to the rise in inflation.
According to him, investments in the country have dropped, thus jobs are not being created.
The former CBN deputy governor, therefore, advised government to restore peopleâ€™s confidence by addressing insecurity so that people could go back to farms.
He warned that unless this is done, things will get worse next year.
The Chairman of Foundation for Economic Research and Training, Prof. Akpan Ekpo, described the current recession as a special type â€œas it affects both the demand and supply sides of the economy.â€
The former Director-General, West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management told one of our correspondents that the government would have to spend a lot of money by increasing workersâ€™ wages and capital expenditure to get the economy out of recession.
â€œThe government has to have investment policies and strategies that will encourage private investors to invest,â€ he said, adding that there was a need to intensify efforts to diversify the economy.
He said conventional monetary policies would not work, adding that the Central Bank of Nigeria should ensure the implementation of initiatives such as the agricultural intervention funds.
Akpan said states must also put a lot of money into health and other infrastructure.
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He said, â€œI donâ€™t see the recovery happening until the fourth quarter of next year because itâ€™s a global recession; our trading partners are also in recession. We have a weak domestic economy. Even before the recession, our economy was not doing well.
â€œNow that we are deep in recession, we need aggressive policies, and they must be implemented. Monies borrowed by the government must be spent on infrastructure.â€
Stop inhibiting productivity, expert advises FG
An economist and Senior Lecturer, Lagos Business School, Dr Bongo Adi, said the government should stop inhibiting productivity in the country and encourage private investors to invest in infrastructure.
He said, â€œThe economy has been on autopilot; the managers of the economy have not manifested that they are primed for the job.
â€œWe have not seen any proactive policies aimed at stimulating the economy; the government has always been reactive.â€
Improve domestic production â€“ Tella
A professor of Economics at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Sherrifdeen Tella, said the government should manage the situation by improving domestic production, especially by supporting the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises.
â€œGovernment policies have not been helpful at all,â€ he said, adding that the increase in electricity tariff and fuel price during the COVID-19 crisis had compounded the challenges facing industries.
He said, â€œIt is important for the government to see how they can give industries some relief. We still have problems with the importation of raw materials. Foreign exchange should be made available for companies to import raw materials.
â€œGovernment needs to reduce the cost of governance so as to free up some money for interventions, particularly for SMEs. Government policies must be proactive, not reactive.â€
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Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has said President Muhammadu Buhari must meet with the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, before the ongoing crisis gets out of hand.
Talking to Newsweek, Obasanjo, who as president met with Niger Delta militant leaders in 2006 to stop attacks on oil installations, said: “I don’t see anything wrong in that [Buhari meeting with Kanu]. I would not object to that; if anything, I would encourage it.
“I would want to meet Kanu myself and talk to people like him, people of his age, [and ask:] ‘What are your worries?’ Not only from the southeast but from all parts of Nigeria.”
He said the Army’s “heavy boot” response to pro-Biafra sentiment is “not the solution” and added that the secession craved by IPOB, is not the way forward either.
“We need to satisfy the youth in job creation, in wealth creation, in giving them a better, fulfilled life, in giving them hope for the future. There’s no easy way out,” Obasanjo added.