Spurs leave it late to beat Arsenal, Villa boost survival bid
Toby Alderweireld gave Tottenham a late 2-1 win over Arsenal as Jose Mourinho’s men climbed above their north London rivals, while Aston Villa boosted their Premier League survival hopes with a 2-0 victory against Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Aston Villa to investigate racist abuse aimed at Zaha
Aston Villa pledged to investigate and issue a lifetime ban against a supporter after Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha revealed a shocking series of racially-aggravated messages before Sunday’s Premier League clash between the two sides.
Kano anti-graft commission detains rice farmers over alleged N10bn fraud
Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission has detained leaders of Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN), Kano chapter, for alleged misappropriation of N10bn Federal government financial Intervention meant for rice farmers in Kano.
LeBron James opts out of wearing social justice message on jersey
NBA superstar LeBron James said Saturday he would opt out of wearing a social justice message on the back of his jersey because it doesn’t “resonate with his mission.”
I am still in the governorship race -Akeredolu
Gov. Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State says he is still in the State’s Governorship race in the Oct. 10 election.
We’ll participate In WASSCE, others, when it’s safe – Northern commissioners
Rising from a virtual meeting on school reopening and other matters related to education, Commissioners of Education from the 19 Northern States have agreed to participate in the West Africa School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and other examinations, only when it is safe to reopen schools and when coordinated by the Federal Ministry of Education.
18 local airlines jostle for N27b aviation bailout fund
There are indications that a total of 18 local operators have submitted formal application for the N27b aviation bailout fund proposed by the Federal Government.
Declare killer herdsmen terrorists, Ortom tells FG
Benue State Governor, Dr. Samuel Ortom, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to declare armed herdsmen, who are killing innocent people in communities, as terrorists.
EFCC heads: Why they didn’t finish well
With the Tuesday, July 7, 2020 suspension from office of the embattled acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, the agency has furthered the tradition of having its bosses kicked out of office in questionable circumstances.
Manchester City to learn fate of Champions League ban appeal
Manchester City’s Abu-Dhabi project and the future of UEFA’s financial fair play (FFP) rules face a pivotal day on Monday when the Court of Arbitration for Sport delivers its verdict on City’s appeal against a two-season ban from European competitions.
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