Acting President Yemi Osinbajo says the Federal Government is moving swiftly to break all bottlenecks discouraging investment in Nigeria’s mining sector.

Against the backdrop of recent threats issued by Arewa youths to the South East, the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has warned that the Federal Government will take very seriously and prosecute any attempt by anyone to promote violence and disrupt the peace in the country.

Following the defeat of the Super Eagles to South Africa in the AFCON 2019 qualifying game played in Uyo, the Nigeria Football Supporters Club (NFSC) has attributed the loss to the negative aura pervading Nigerian football.
The Management of Shooting Stars Sports Club, has given an ultimatum to the technical crew of the team to immediately find a way out of the relegation zone in the ongoing Nigerian Professional League or be ready to face sack.


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Moyes fined £30,000 For 'Slap' Comment

Former Sunderland manager, David Moyes, has been fined £30,000 by the FA after telling BBC reporter Vicki Sparks she might "get a slap" in March.

Moyes' comments came following the Black Cats' home draw against Burnley in the Premier League.

FIFA U20: England, Venezuela in maiden finals

There will be new colours all round when FIFA Under-20 World Cup final day comes on Sunday June 11, as Venezuela and England are both set for their maiden trip to the tournament’s climax.

Ujah sprints to 100m victory in Rome

Britain's CJ Ujah won the 100m with a season's best time of 10.02 seconds at the Rome Diamond League on Thursday.

The 23-year-old edged out France's Jimmy Vicaut and American Ronnie Baker, who were both clocked at 10.05 seconds.

Es Setif are Algeria champions

ES Setif have won the 2016/2017 Algeria Premier League with two games to spare, for their eight title overall.

“Les Aigles Noirs” wrapped up the title after 3-0 away win over bottom-placed MO Bejaia on Wednesday, June 7 in Bejaia. 

Azumi, Atawodi to represent Nigeria at World Youth Chess tourney

The Nigeria Chess Federation (NCF) has selected two Kogi state U18 players, Aishat Suleman Azumi and Emmanuel Atawodi to represent Nigeria at the World Youth Chess championship, which will hold in Montevideo, Uruguay between September 16 to 26, 2017.

Breaking: Crisis in Southern Kaduna as soldier shoots boy dead


Three people have been reportedly killed following a rift between soldiers and civilians in Kaduna .

  The fracas emerged after a soldier reportedly killed a young boy in the Southern region of the state.

Igbo quit Notice: Northern Elders Forum backs Arewa youth group

The Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF), on Friday expressed support to the call by the Coalition of Northern Youth Groups for Igbos to leave the region within three months.

Sexless marriage crashes

Cody and Danielle have been dealing with a sexless marriage for 21 days now. So fingers were crossed in the hopes that after their romantic date out for sushi and drinks that they would finally do the deed and just hurry up and fall in love already. 

Xenophobia: Nigerian governors condemn call for Igbo to leave northern states

Nigerian politicians have criticized a call to expel members of one of the country’s main ethnic groups from the north of the country, as tensions rise ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Biafran civil war.

Sunshine Stars FC accepts Eguavoen’s disengagement

The Management of Sunshine Stars FC of Akure on Friday said that it had received and accepted the disengagement notice of Coach Austin Eguavoen.


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