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World Cup: Just a counter team – Louis van Gaal dismisses Brazil

The Netherlands, manager Louis van Gaal, has dismissed Brazil as ‘just a counter team’. This is despite the South Americans blowing away South Korea 4-1 in a Round of sixteen game on Monday The Selecao goals came through the boots of Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior, PSG’s Neymar, Tottenham forward Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta. And Van …
World Cup: Just a counter team – Louis van Gaal dismisses Brazil

Transfer: Signing Ronaldo is good idea for Chelsea – Romano

Popular Italian transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano has noted that signing Cristiano Ronaldo would be a very good option for Cristiano Ronaldo. Chelsea is reported to be interested in signing the 37-year-old who is currently without a club after his contract with Manchester United was terminated last month Romano told Caught Offside that the Portugal captain …
Transfer: Signing Ronaldo is good idea for Chelsea – Romano

Blackout in Abuja as truck rams into TCN transmission tower

There has been power outage in some parts of Abuja as a truck ran into the transmission tower of the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN. DAILY POST learnt that for over 24 hours some parts in Abuja such as Dutse, Dawaki and Gwarinpa experienced power outage. DAILY POST confirmed the situation in a statement released …
Blackout in Abuja as truck rams into TCN transmission tower

Reverse your decision to stop Lagos-Calabar rail – Reps tell FG

The House of Representatives has asked the federal government to continue the construction of the Lagos-Calabar coastal railway line. The lawmakers made the call on Tuesday after adopting a motion moved by Dozzie Ferdinand during plenary. Mr Ferdinand, in his motion, informed his colleagues that the ministry of Transportation stopped the project this year after …
Reverse your decision to stop Lagos-Calabar rail – Reps tell FG

Anambra govt urges indigenes to shun IPOB’s sit-at-home

Anambra State government has urged its indigenes to shun the sit-at-home protest announced by a faction of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. A release by the state’s Commissioner for Information, Mr Paul Nwosu said the attention of the state government has been drawn to the announcement which he described as wicked, mindless, retrogressive and …
Anambra govt urges indigenes to shun IPOB’s sit-at-home

2023: Relief for Adamawa APC as Ribadu withdraws guber suit

Former Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Malam Nuhu Ribadu who has been challenging the governorship ticket of the party, says he has rested his case. Nuhu Ribadu, who lost the governorship primary of the party to Senator Aishatu Ahmed Binani had challenged the primary, following which the Federal High Court annulled it …
2023: Relief for Adamawa APC as Ribadu withdraws guber suit

Qatar 2022 World Cup: Portugal coach benches Ronaldo for Switzerland clash

Portugal coach, Fernando Santos, has benched Cristiano Ronaldo for their 2022 World Cup Round of 16 clash against Switzerland. Santos had hinted the 37-year-old would not be part of his starting XI for the game during his pre-match press conference. He slammed Ronaldo for his reaction after being subbed in their final group fixture against …
Qatar 2022 World Cup: Portugal coach benches Ronaldo for Switzerland clash

Qatar 2022: Morocco to fly Africa’s flag in World Cup quarter-final

Morocco qualified for the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup beating Spain, one of the tournament’s favourites. It is the first time the North African country reached this stage of the World Cup. The Atlas Lions are the only African team left in the tournament, after Ghana, Tunisia, Cameroon and Senegal were all eliminated. They …
Qatar 2022: Morocco to fly Africa’s flag in World Cup quarter-final

Ogun Customs impounds 73 trucks of smuggled rice in 11 months

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Ogun 1 Area Command said it impounded no fewer than 44,933 bags of smuggled foreign parboiled rice which is equivalent to 73 trailer loads. The Area Controller, Bamidele Makinde, stated this while addressing newsmen at his office in Idiroko border, Ipokia Local Government Area of Ogun State. Bamidele said the …
Ogun Customs impounds 73 trucks of smuggled rice in 11 months

Troops neutralize bandits in Giwa LGA – Kaduna Government

The Kaduna State Government, on Tuesday, confirmed that troops of the Nigerian Army have neutralized several bandits during clearance operations in bandit enclaves around Idasu, Fatika and Makera forests in Giwa LGA. Samuel Aruwan Commissioner, Ministry of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Kaduna State, confirmed this in a statement on Tuesday. According to him, the …
Troops neutralize bandits in Giwa LGA – Kaduna Government

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