Daily Archive: July 12, 2018

President Buhari

PHOTO: en.wikipedia.org 0

BUHARI Commissions First Light Rail System In Nigeria

  NIGERIA’S President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday officially opened the country’s first light rail system, which it is hoped will boost economic growth by relieving traffic-clogged roads. Buhari said the Abuja Rail Mass Transit System...


AMCON Gets Senate Nod To Publish List Of Debtors

THE Chairman, Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions, Senator Rafiu Adebayo Ibrahim, has said that Nigeria can be made great again, if the legislature as a matter of urgency empowers the...

betty 001 0

AKEREDOLU’S Wife In Ile-Oluji

  Wife of Ondo State Governor, Arabinrin Betty Anya nwu-Akeredolu (left), His Royal Majest, Alayeluwa Oba ( Dr.) Julius Oluwole Olufaderin Adet imehin, Jimoko II, Jegun of Il e-Oluji Kingdom (middle), Olori (Dr), Adetokunbo Adetime hin (right), during a courtesy visit to the palace of Jegun of Ile – Oluji  by the members of Forum for Wives of Ondo State Officials, (FOWOSO) for the Empowerment...


PHOTO: bbc.co.uk 0

HEROES In Defeat, England

  GARETH Southgate’s England team were hailed as heroes by British media, who acclaimed their achievement rather than dwelled on disappointment after their heart-breaking World Cup exit today. England’s hopes of reaching only their second...

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited  

A study has revealed the forward has spent nearly 14 minutes on the floor in four matches 0

MARCO VAN BASTEN Blasts Neymar On Playacting

  BRAZIL forward Neymar’s playacting makes people laugh, former Netherlands forward Marco van Basten said today. Speaking in his role as Fifa’s chief officer for development, Van Basten said the Brazilian player needed to take...


PHOTO: independent.co.uk 0

FIRED! At Last, Chelsea Sack Conte

  CHELSEA have sacked Italian Antonio Conte as manager, media in Britain and Italy reported today. Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis had said yesterday that the Premier League side were close to securing a deal...