Today's Headlines: Apostle Suleman Apologizes, Ighalo Breaks Silence Plus Other Stories.
Here are the news for today.
1) Ighalo breaks silence.
Nigerian star Odion Ighalo has disclosed that he felt frustrated to be rooted to the bench at Premier League club Manchester United.
He however stated that he is satisfied with the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer despite that the tactician didn’t hand him enough playing time at the Old Trafford.
Ighalo who has officially joined Saudi Arabian outfit Al Shabab - and in an interview with Brila FM, Ighalo stated that he would have loved to remain with the Red Devils, but was not handed contract renewal.
2) Apostle Suleman Apologizes.
Apostle Johnson Suleman, General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries, has tendered an apology following a viral audio clip that had him threatening to make someone disappear.
The cleric had been involved in a controversy with a former pastor of his church identified as Mike Davids who had accused him of having a relationship with his wife.
3) "Nigeria is expecting Covid-19 vaccine by February ending"- FG reveals.
The Federal Government has said Nigeria is making efforts to get the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines from China by the end of February.
"Naija news" reports that the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, made the disclosure to NAN in Abuja.
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