Five things we learned in the Premier League

Here are five things we learned from this weekend’s Premier League action: BLOODIED EDERSON IS GUARDIOLA’S KIND OF KEEPER Ederson ended Manchester City’s 5-0 thrashing of Liverpool unsteady on his feet and with a white dressing concealing a large gash on the left side of his face, but having enhanced his reputation in the eyes of manager Pep Guardiola. The 24-year-old Brazilian sustained the injury as he raced out to head clear Joel Matip’s through ball, his speed of thought and foot allowing him to beat Sadio Mane to the…

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Olumide Randle finally share other pictures at the “IRE” movie premiere

Olumide Randle, Nollywood actor has share these picture over the internet today and he tagged it with these words below; “These are the other pictures with colleagues from the “IRE” movie premiere event at the Time Square Event Centre Ikeja, Lagos”                    

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Independence Day parade to attract 150,000 Nigerians

The 2017 Nigerian Independence Day parade in the USA would attract no fewer than 150,000 participants, the largest African parade in the U.S. The annual event holds every October in New York since 1991 and is also the largest gathering of Nigerians outside of their homeland. The organising committee of the parade, on the platform of The Organisation for the Advancement of Nigeria (OAN) in the U.S, met on Saturday evening at the Nigeria House, New York to deliberate on the final preparations for the event. Mr Olayinka Dansalami, who…

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Nigeria awarded AFRIMA hosting right by African Union

The African Union (AU) has awarded the hosting right for the Pan African Music Initiative, All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), to Nigeria for another three years (2017-2019). This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Segun Adeyemi, Special Adviser to the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, in Lagos on Sunday. The minister said the hosting right was given to the country following its successful hosting of the 2014-2016 editions. He said that the award of the hosting right was conveyed in a letter written ton him…

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FG to provide 4m bags of fertiliser to farmers

The Presidential Fertiliser Initiative (PFI) is to deliver four million bags of 50kg Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium (NPK) fertilisers to farmers at an affordable price, by December. Malam Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), disclosed this in a statement issued in Abuja on Sunday. The statement which was signed by Mr Atta Esah, Deputy Director (Information), State House, said Shehu spoke at an audience participation programme on FRCN Kaduna, entitled: `Hannu Da Yawa’. According to Shehu, the projected delivery of the commodity by December…

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N145m salary scam uncovered at Kogi Poly

Kogi state government has blamed the discovery of N145 million fraud in the salary voucher of the Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja for the delay in the payment of July salary of its workers. The Director -General, Kogi State Bureau of Information and Grassroots Mobilisation, Alhaji Abdulmalik Abdulkareem, said this in a statement made available to newsmen in Lokoja on Sunday. The government’s statement was in response to the threat by the institution’s Academic staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) to embark on an indefinite strike over non-payment of July salary of…

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Shocking! 400 children bodies discovered in mass grave

The bodies of about four hundreds children are believed to be buried in a mass grave in Lanarkshire, southern Scotland, following a discovery made by BBC. The children were all residents of a care home run by Catholic nuns. At least 400 children are thought to be buried in a section of St Mary’s Cemetery in Lanark. The Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, which ran the home, refused to comment on the findings. The research by the File on 4 programme in conjunction with the Sunday Post…

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Channel recovered loots to education, NANS tells FG

The National Association of Nigerian Students(NANS) has called on the Federal Government to channel money recovered from looters to the education sector.  A statement by NANS’ President, Mr Chinonso Obasi on Sunday, said the call was part of the resolutions at the association’s emergency meeting on the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU). The statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) in Abuja, said that Students’ union presidents and students stakeholders across the country attended the meeting. He said the emergency Senate meeting was held at…

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New Music | Obiora Obiwon – A Billion Hallelujah

Obiora Obiwon is out with this holy spirit inspired song which he received earlier this year, this song is titled “A Billion Hallelujah”. According To Obiora Obiwon:: As at late 2016 the teens I teach and mentor in my local assembly asked that I write a song with the theme “Halleluyah”, to enable them enroll in a regional teens choir competition for 2017. Earlier this year around February/March, I simply prayed and asked the Lord to give me a song that would not just help them get ahead in the event but…

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New Music | Frank Edwards ft. Recky D – Heavy Rain

@frankrichboy | Arguably the most active Gospel minister in Africa, Frank Edwards premieres a brand new tune titled Heavy Rain (Springtime) featuring the energetic Recky D. The multiple award winning singer/songwriter, producer/sound engineer, draws inspiration from and samples a teaching from Pastor Chris Oyakhilome for the highly infectious tune. The song speaks of the forthcoming Springtime that succeeds the current Heavy Rain and the blessings which comes with it. The sound on this song (Springtime) has been described as Frank as his signature Afro-sound aptly dubbed Afrolectric; and is a…

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