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  • Kia records 200 % sales leap, aims higher for 2018

    •Stinger, new-look Rio, Cerato coming Stories Moses Akaigwe     08072100049 As 2017 tapers off to an end, Kia Motors Nigeria has announced that its brand recorded a sales increase of about 200 per cent over the performance in 2016. The rise in sales followed the   recovery of the economy from the recession that…

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  • Guinness ends Yuletide safety campaign with rally in Lagos

    Guinness Nigeria Plc, concluded its “ember months” Responsible Drinking Awareness Campaign recently with a rally attended by International football star, Thierry Henry, at the Ojota Motor Park in Lagos. The former Arsenal and France national team captain is a ‘Guinness Made of Black ambassador’. Thierry Henry, who is in Nigeria as part of the ‘Guinness’…

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  • Mercedes exceeds $2m vehicles sales mark

    Last month, Mercedes-Benz extended its remarkable sales success streak by delivering a total of 195,698 vehicles to customers, thus achieving the 57th record month in a row with a 7.2 per cent increase. This adds up to a sale of 2,095,810 units, and represents not only the best-ever figure for the period of January to…

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  • NBBF invites 20 for Commonwealth Games preparation

    By Joe Apu The Nigeria Basketball Federation has called up 20 players for the first phase of camping ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games holding in Gold Coast, Australia. According to the Secretary General of the NBBF, Chimezie Asiegbu who has communicated the respective clubs of the players, the camping exercise which will be supervised…

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  • Supreme Court

    Pinnick promises better 2018 for Nigerian football

    BY MONICA IHEAKAM Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick has promised that the year 2018 would be a better and fertile year for the round leather sport in the country. Pinnick, who spoke to the nff.com said that there is no regrets for the outgone year 2017, insisting that it was an excellent year….

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  • Croatia’s Lovren faces jail term, may miss World Cup

    Croatia and Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren faces up to five years in jail after being accused of perjury. According to The Sun, Lovren will appear in court on Tuesday having alleged to have given false testimony during a football corruption investigation. Public prosecutors in his home country of Croatia believe the 28-year-old lied under oath…

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  • JESUS

    Jesus out for two months

    Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus will be out for “a little more than a month” with the injury he sustained during Sunday’s 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace, says manager Pep Guardiola. The Brazilian, 20, went off in tears after appearing to injure a knee during the first half at Selhurst Park. City playmaker Kevin de…

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  • Joshua: I don’t respect Fury

    Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he does not respect Tyson Fury, but that the former world heavyweight champion is “welcome to enter a ring” with him. Fury accepted a backdated two-year ban for testing positive for a banned steroid in February 2015 and can fight again pending a return of his licence. “What we are…

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  • Bolt’s records ‘ll stand for 10 years – Johnson

    Michael Johnson believes that Usain Bolt’s world 100 and 200 metre records will not be beaten for at least another decade – and that Wayde Van Niekerk will struggle to match his own unique feat of winning global men’s world 200 and 400m titles at the same championships. Johnson, whose own world 200m mark of 19.32sec was…

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  • Crude oil thieves, others’ll see hell in 2018 –Navy

    By Philip Nwosu, Lagos, Judex Okoro, Calabar, and Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa The Flag Officer Commanding (FOC), Eastern Naval Command, Nigerian Navy, Rear Admiral Victor Adedipe, has warned criminals to keep off Nigerian waters in 2018. The FOC, who handed down the warning at the ‘ceremonial sunset’ held in Calabar, the capital of Cross River State,…

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