Delta Communities Decry Deplorable State Of Major Roads

  Residents of some communities in Asaba, the Delta State capital have asked the state government to adopt proactive measures in fixing dilapidated roads around the city. Of particular concern is a major road just by the entrance to the capital city, leading to many other communities, which according to residents has been in a … Continue reading Delta Communities Decry Deplorable State Of Major Roads

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Flying Eagles To Finalise World Cup Training In Germany

  Nigeria’s U20 football team, the Flying Eagles, will be in Germany today for a final training camp ahead of this year’s FIFA U20 World Cup finals in Poland. The team led by coach Paul Aigbogun will spend three weeks in Germany perfecting tactical and technical strategies before flying into Poland for the championship billed … Continue reading Flying Eagles To Finalise World Cup Training In Germany

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African Players Need To Raise Their Game – Oshodi

  Chairman of International Table Tennis Federation Nomination Committee, Wahid Oshodi believes for African players to put up a good challenge against their Asian and European counterparts, there is a need for them to improve their game by competing in several international competitions. Reacting to the continent’s players’ performance at the 2019 ITTF World Championships … Continue reading African Players Need To Raise Their Game – Oshodi

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Pope Francis Calls For Evacuation Of Refugees In Libya Camps

  Pope Francis on Sunday called for the evacuation of refugees held in detention camps in Libya, particularly women and children, as fighting there escalates. “I make an appeal that especially the women, children and sick can be evacuated as soon as possible through humanitarian corridors,” Francis said at the Sunday prayer at the Vatican. … Continue reading Pope Francis Calls For Evacuation Of Refugees In Libya Camps

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Vardy Scores Brace As Leicester Deal Fresh Blow To Arsenal’s Champions League Hopes

  Jamie Vardy scored twice as Arsenal’s hopes of Champions League football suffered another serious setback as familiar failings saw the 10-man Gunners lose 3-0 at Leicester on Sunday. It was the third time in seven days that the north London side, once renowned for an impregnable defence, had conceded three goals following 3-2 and … Continue reading Vardy Scores Brace As Leicester Deal Fresh Blow To Arsenal’s Champions League Hopes

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Falcons Coach Dennerby Invites 26 Players For WAFU Women’s Cup

Super Falcon’s coach, Thomas Dennerby, has invited 26 players for the West African Football Union (WAFU) Women’s Cup Tournament in Abidjan, capital of Cote d’Ivoire. The offer made to the players comes less than 2 weeks to the commencement of the regional competition. Goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi, defender Glory Ogbonna, midfielder Amarachi Okoronkwo and forward Alice … Continue reading Falcons Coach Dennerby Invites 26 Players For WAFU Women’s Cup

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Foreign Affairs Minister, Onyeama Represents Buhari In Guinea Bissau, Benin Republic

  The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama will be representing President Muhammadu Buhari in Guinea Bissau on Sunday. Mr Onyeama will undertake an urgent mission as President Buhari’s Special Envoy in the company of ECOWAS President, Jean-Claude Brou. In a series of tweets by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and … Continue reading Foreign Affairs Minister, Onyeama Represents Buhari In Guinea Bissau, Benin Republic

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Channels Kids Cup: 32 Schools Unveiled For Lagos Preliminaries

  Thirty-two primary schools that will compete in the Lagos Preliminaries for season 11 of the Channels International Kids Cup have been unveiled. Over a hundred schools in Lagos registered for the tournament and after a thorough screening process, the technical committee settled for the teams that adhered strictly to the competition’s rules and regulations. … Continue reading Channels Kids Cup: 32 Schools Unveiled For Lagos Preliminaries

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Mozambique Families Count Cyclone Cost

  Soaking mattresses, bent corrugated iron sheets, some wooden chairs and two slender chickens are about all that Assan Madal and his wife Maria Mendosa were able to salvage from the wreckage of their wood and mud home. They laid out all their possessions neatly around a murky puddle, as their five children looked on … Continue reading Mozambique Families Count Cyclone Cost

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Voters In Spain Head To Polls For Third Time In Four Years

  Spaniards began voting in an uncertain snap general election Sunday marked by a resurgence of the far-right after more than four decades on the outer margins of politics. Opinion polls give outgoing socialist premier Pedro Sanchez a win but without the necessary majority to govern alone, meaning he will have to seek alliances in … Continue reading Voters In Spain Head To Polls For Third Time In Four Years

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