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  • CAF Confederation Cup: Rivers United falls in Kampala

    Uganda’s Kampala Capital City Authority have moved level at the top of Group A in the CAF Confederation Cup after defeating Rivers United 2-1 at the Phillip Omondi Stadium yesterday. KCCA have joined FUS Rabat (who defeated Club Africain 2-1 last night) on six points. The Moroccans are ranked ahead of the Ugandans on head-to-head…

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  • NPFL: Relegation fear grips 3SC coach

    Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) head coach Fatai Amoo has said any further poor result in the top-flight is simply a confirmation of relegation. The Oluyole Warriors are hosts of Southwest neighbours Sunshine Stars in today’s  top-flight matchday 22 clash at the Lekan Salami Stadium in Adamasingba, Ibadan. Amoo said intense tension is brewing in…

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  • Helping farmers with sustainable farm construction

    Over the years, many industries and occupations have come and gone. As jobs outlived their usefulness, the industry dies out. One industry that can never die out is agriculture. People must have food, shelter, and clothing. All of these needs, especially food, depend on agriculture. Agriculture can be an excellent investment if, like any other…

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  • Babalola wins CBN Senior Tennis tourney

    By Paul Erewuba Tennis star, Abdulmumuni Babalola yesterday at the tennis courts of the National Stadium, Lagos won his 6th Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Senior Tennis Championship. Babalola, who at the start of the week was elected as the players’ representative for the board of the Nigeria Tennis Federation defeated Joseph Imeh 6-4, 6-3…

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  • London terror: Deaths and multiple casualties in 2 attacks

    London authorities say there are reported “multiple” casualties following two terror incidents in the city on Saturday night. Metropolitan Police ✔@metpoliceuk At 0025hrs 4/6/17 the incidents at #LondonBridge & #BoroughMarket were declared as terrorist incidents. A van plowed into pedestrians on London Bridge and two people were stabbed at a nearby cafe. A witness on…

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  • Real Madrid wins second straight Champions League title behind Ronaldo

    Real Madrid’s reign as Champions League winner will continue for another year. Real Madrid has become the first team to repeat as European champion since AC Milan accomplished the feat in 1989-1990, winning a record 12th European crown after downing Juventus 4-1 in the Champions League final in Cardiff after a dominant second half. Cristiano Ronaldo…

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  • Kukah Centre’s worthy plan for the almajiri

    The plan by the Kukah Centre, Abuja, to build skills acquisition centres   where almajiri children in the northern parts of the country can acquire vocations of their choice is laudable.  The Most Reverend Matthew Hassan Kukah, who is the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese and the founder of the Centre, unveiled the plan at…

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  • Why I dropped my wig and gown for fashion –Ronke Ademiluyi

    ‘Love of quick money doesn’t pay’ ‘I’m cool with barbie dresses’ BY CHRISTY ANYANWU Athough Ronke Ademiluyi, the delectable founder of Africa Fashion Week Nigeria (AFWN) and Africa Fashion Week London trained as a lawyer, hardly did she don the wig and gown to practice the profession. Ronke’s ambition to become a fashionista dates back to…

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  • Why PDP leaders don’t trust Modu Sheriff –Leo Ogor

    The passage of a bill amending Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Act, primarily to ensure the company remits three per cent funding to the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), by the House of Representatives has been met with varying reactions, with some oil and gas sector stakeholders describing the proposed law as more harmful than…

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  • Alleged tribalism, nepotism: North knocks Osinbajo

    Balarabe Musa, Junaid Mohammed, Gen. Williams,  Tsav, Yerima accuse Ag. President of cornering  federal jobs for kinsmen, cronies He’s done no wrong- Prof Akintola By musa jibril, tunde thomas and VINCENT KALU For a government that has been dubbed lethargic in its first two years, Acting President Yemi Osibajo in the last few months was…

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