Acquiring ownership of a club in the Premier League is not one of the easiest task, as it has to go through several processes before such deal could go through. Over the years, Premier League clubs such as Chelsea and Manchester City has benefited from the takeovers of wealthy owners, and has in turn become one of the best clubs in Europe.
Saudi-led Consortium has finally completed the £305m take over of Newcastle United, ending the 14 years reign of Mike Ashley's on Tyneside. After the news of the complete sales emerged in late September 2021, Many big profile players have been touted as potential arrivals at St. James Park considering the enormous cash spree of the new owners who will be keen to make Newcastle United another PSG or Manchester City of recent times.
Newcastle United fans are about to see the beginning of a new era at the club, after the successful takeover of the club by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund, which is led by the super rich crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman. This takeover will mean a lot to the Newcastle United fans, as they endured a terrible time under Mike Ashley for 14 years, which the club relegated twice from the English top flight league, and lacked proper funding in the transfer market.
Festus Fajemilo Foundation in partnership with the Lagos State Chapter of the Joint National Association of Persons with Disabilities, JONAPWD and the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul (DC) have called for the establishment of Special Education Department in different higher institutions across Lagos state. The Consortium made this call during advocacy visits to tertiary institutions across the state under the project, ‘Strengthening Inclusive Education through Cooperative Teaching in Lagos Stat
The governors of 7 Northeast & mid-Atlantic states will form regional consortium to buy medical supplies and other equipment to deal with the #COVID-19 pandemic. Linda Silva, a nurse's assistant, poses for a portrait in Queens, N.Y.. Silva, who tested positive for COVID-19, returned to work after recovering. The governors of seven Northeast and mid-Atlantic states say they’ll form a regional consortium to buy medical supplies and other equipment to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. New York Governor Andrew