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Victor Anichebe accuses His Club of Match-Fixing

The former West Brom striker lodged the complaint after alleging he was asked ‘not to try’ by coaches on two occasions, including for a game against their local rivals. Anichebe questioned the instruction but claimed he was told by team-mates: ‘This is China, we do as we’re told.’ The 30-year-old has been …

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Meghan Markle’s Sister Apologizes on National TV

After months of public insults and shaming, Samatha Markle, half-sister of the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has publicly apologized. Samantha, who had blamed Meghan for the death of their father (who is still alive), apologized during an appearance on “Jeremy Vine On 5.” She wishes things could be different, she said, and things …

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BREAKING: Many wounded after early-morning tanker explosion at Barracks, Ojo, Lagos

A fuel tanker fell and exploded at Ojo barracks Lagos, this morning due to the bad roads and the casualty figure is yet to be ascertained. Many cars were razed in the inferno. This explosion comes few months after the one on Otedola bridge where over 10 persons were burnt …

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Cardi B Hit With 2 Criminal Charges In Strip Club Brawl Case After Turning Herself In

Cardi B is currently facing legal issues stemming from an alleged fight she partook in at a New York City strip club on August 29. The entertainer was slapped with a lawsuit and now faces criminal charges for the matter. The “Bodak Yellow” star was summoned by legal authorities this morning. The meeting …

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2019 election: Chris Okotie officially declares to contest for presidency

The General Overseer of the Household of God Church, Rev. Chris Okotie has officially declared to join the 2019 presidential race. Okotie declared his intention to run under the platform of the Fresh Democratic Party (FDP) on Monday, during a service to commemorate Nigeria’s 58th Independence Day at the Household …

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Pat Utomi wins Delta APC Faction’s Governorship Ticket

Pat Utomi has emerged the representative of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the forthcoming Delta state gubernatorial election. Punch reports that Utomi was declared the representative after winning the party primaries organized by the Cyril Ogodo-led factional State Working Committee of the party in Asaba. Utomi, who had declared his intention to rule the state …

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APC postpones Lagos State Primaries

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has again postponed the gubernatorial primaries in Lagos State. According to Vanguard, this was revealed by Yekini Nabena, the National Publicity Secretary of the APC. The governorship primaries of  Enugu and Adamawa states have also been changed from indirect to direct, and have been postponed. The Lagos primaries have …

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Prince William ends Wildlife Conservation Tour in Africa

The Duke of Cambridge was in Africa for a week-long tour to learn more about the continent’s wildlife conservation. He visited Namibia, Tanzania and completed his trip with a visit to Kenya. Prince William arrived Kenya’s Laikipia Training Area by helicopter on Sunday to visit the Irish Guards. The 36-year-old Duke, participated in training …

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Nigeria’s Independence celebrated as today’s Google Doodle

Today is Nigeria’s Independence Day and Google is celebrating by changing the doodle to honor Nigeria. The doodle features Nigeria’s colors as well as the iconic Zuma rock located in Abuja. Independence Day is an official national holiday in Nigeria, celebrated on the first of October. It marks Nigeria’s proclamation …

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Jessie J Releasing Christmas Album Featuring Boyz II Men and Babyface

Ah, yes. The time-honored Christmas album: the opportunity for the best vocalists of a generation to truly flex their chops with a sprinkle of yuletide cheer. This year, we’ll get to hear a version of that formula with singer Jessie J as she has announced the arrival of her upcoming This Christmas …

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