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Nwankwo Kanu Robbed in Russia

Nwankwo Kanu Robbed in Russia

Russian police have confirmed that former Nigeria striker Nwankwo Kanu was robbed in Russia on Sunday. The former Super Eagles captain had $11,000 stolen from his luggage when he flew into the country for the World Cup and the pre-World Cup events. State news agency TASS reports that Kanu flew in from London through Moscow and on to Kaliningrad, where Nigeria plays Croatia in its opening World Cup Group D match on June 16. When he arrived, he found the cash missing from his luggage. The Moscow Times also confirmed...
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Vote for  Mr Africa!

Vote for  Mr Africa!

Often we hear that African leaders are corrupt, incompetent, selfish, visionless…. (continue counting till the day breaks…). While we question why those clueless Africans are elected or accepted by the masses, more questions come to mind. Could it be that the African masses share some blames for the incompetence and bad leadership of their leaders? Or can one argue that some Africans perhaps exhibit some characteristics of their leaders? The same leaders they criticise? Same genes? Hum! Isn’t time to vote for MR. AFRICA? Let’s laugh a bit despite the...
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Super Eagles jersey sold out on day one

Super Eagles jersey sold out on day one

Nigeria’s much-awaited new World Cup kits were sold out literally in minutes on day one as desperate buyers filed out for the jersey. The queues seen in The UK on Friday may end debates in Lagos if the Super Eagles kits were actually as much in demand as projected by the Nigeria Football Federation. The Sun and other dailies in The UK reported that hundreds of supporters queued outside London’s Nike Town store upon its release Friday morning as they vied to be one of the lucky few to nab the jersey....
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The Torch: African Leaders And The Ramaphosa Way

The Torch: African Leaders And The Ramaphosa Way

What is your reaction to the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s promise to donate half of his salary to the poor?  Read more: http://www.katakata.org/going-the-ramaphosa-way/   Related Post Africa and the Misplaced Priorities Statement to the UN Security Council on the Situat... Super Eagles to get winning bonus for Croatia loss Dictatorship: The Issue Of Financial Returns Making a Breakthrough from Failures ICC judges in Ongwen case visit northern Uganda Never Let Corruption Kill The Beautiful Game World Cup: Eagles to Land Russia Monday in Naija O... Ghana FA President Nyantakyi...
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Agama Reincarnates

Agama Reincarnates

Recently, Agama and wife are not seeing eye to eye. Both have been fighting because Agama has become a nuisance to the family of recent. He is not laying the right foundation for his children. From vomiting in his bed to occasional urinating in his dream. All these, caused by his excessive beer drinking – a habit he has vowed not to give up, even if it means ending the marriage. After soiling the bed again, the children have sat him down and gave him an ultimatum to stop drinking...
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Super Eagles Wives Approved, Coach Bans Call Girls

Super Eagles Wives Approved, Coach Bans Call Girls

Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has stated that Super Eagles players would be allowed to have their wives and girlfriends visit them at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. He, however, added categorically that the players will not be allowed to cosy up with call girls in Russia, Extrasportsnigeria.com reports. Rohr who spoke on Friday at a town hall meeting in Uyo insists there is no harm in allowing the players’ family members to visit them after games at the World Cup. He told the gathering, “Yes, the players can have their...
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Going The Ramaphosa Way

Going The Ramaphosa Way

In a move rare amongst African leaders, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that he would donate half of his salary to charity. Speaking in the parliament on Wednesday, Mr Ramaphosa said he would make the donation from his $290,000 yearly salary in honour of Nelson Mandela, the South African former President and anti-apartheid icon. The President called on other leaders to make such a sacrifice to help the poor, even if it is not with money. According to Mr Ramaphosa, the donations would be managed by the Nelson...
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The Brevity of Life and Opportunities

The Brevity of Life and Opportunities

When we fully understand the brevity of life, its fleeting joys and unavoidable pains; when we accept the facts that all men and women are approaching an inevitable doom: the consciousness of it should make us more kindly and considerate of each other. This feeling should make men and women use their best efforts to help their fellow travellers on the road, to make the path brighter and easier as we journey on. It should bring a closer kinship, a better understanding, and a deeper sympathy for the wayfarers who...
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Mikel Arteta to Replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

Mikel Arteta to Replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

Mikel Arteta the former Gunners midfielder’s has agreed in principle to succeed Arsene Wenger as Arsenal Manager. The club is believed to make the announcement soon, immediately the 36-year-old Spaniard signs the contract in the coming days. It may sound surprising to many, who might have been expecting a high profile coach to replace Arsene Wenger, but the club settled for Arteta, Pep Guardiola’s current assistant coach at Manchester City because Arsenal wants a young and dynamic coach, who understands the modern European football structure, to take care of the...
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Breastfeeding: A Source of Life or Embarrassment?

Breastfeeding: A Source of Life or Embarrassment?

Breastfeeding is not only the best way to provide infants with the nutrients they need, it leads to sustainable growth in the society. World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends that every woman starts breastfeeding within one hour after birth until her baby is 6 months old. In fact, if possible, breastfeeding should continue for up to 2 years or beyond together with nutritious complementary foods, according to the WHO advice. In view of the importance of breastfeeding, some women are leaving no stone unturned in their attempt to give their babies...
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