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CAF Mourns Slain South Africa National Team Goalkeeper

CAF Mourns Slain South Africa National Team Goalkeeper

Issa Hayatou, President of African soccer’s governing body, Confederation of African Football, CAF, on Monday expressed shock and dismay at the shooting of Senzo Robert Meyiwa, South Africa national team goalkeeper and Orlando Pirates player. The South African Football Association, SAFA, has reported that Meyiwa was shot and killed in what was reported to be

Amosun Bags Gender-Friendly Governor Award

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ has awarded governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, the Most Gender-Friendly Governor in the country. The group of female journalists bestowed the honour on Amosun during the grand finale of the 25th anniversary of the association which came up at OK Centre, Ibara Housing Estate, Abeokuta on Saturday,

PDP Attacks Amaechi Over 7th Year Anniversary

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Rivers State chapter has described as “insensitive,”governor ChibuikeRotimiAmeachi’sorder that all markets and shops in Port Harcourt, the state’s capital be shut down on Saturday, October 25,as part of activities marking his seven years in office. The party said such an action was“insensitive and smacks of unconcern for the welfare of

AfDB to Invest $150million in Lekki Port

Sandeep Parasramaka, chief financial officer, Tolaram Group, has disclosed that the African Development Bank, AfDB, one of the financiers of the Lekki Seaport project, has obtained approval of its board to commit $150 million to the project. Parasramaka added that the port project got a boost with the recent conclusion of the due diligence required

FG Says Power Plants Perform below 30 per cent capacity

The federal government has announced that some power generating plants in the country are performing below 30 per cent of their installed capacities after about one year the sector was privatised. Chinedu Nebo, minister of power, explained that many power plants built to generate electricity were only able to utilise a fraction of their installed

NFF: Court Nullifies Pinnick’s Election

A Federal High Court in Jos, Plateau State, has nullified the Warri General Assembly and the Elective Congress that elected Amaju Pinnick as the president, Nigeria Football Federation, NFF. In giving the order, Justice Ambrose Alagoa, said the Warri Extra Ordinary meeting of September 20 and the Elective Congress of September 30, were direct contravention

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