Kante exit proves Chelsea do not know how to handle Contract renewals
French Midfielder, N'golo Kante is set to leave Chelsea after the expiration of his contract with his move to Saudi Arabian club, Al ittihad getting closer than ever. It is seen as a good move for Kante who has spent the last 7 years at Stamford Bridge.
Subsidy Removal: NNPC Reveals Plans To Moderate Fuel Prices
Mele Kyari, the Group Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC), has stated that private firms can begin fuel import in Nigeria. The NNPC boss revealed this and said the company plans to end crude oil swap contracts and switch to cash payments for refined products, stated that immediate new players come into the market, the price of petrol will moderate.
The people of Kano ought to have been widely and publicly consulted and engaged first- Shehu Sani
According to a news that was published by the Premium Times Newspaper online some days ago, it was reported that the Federal Executive Council (FEC), approved the concession of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, and Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA), in Kano State, to the Corporacion American Airport Consortium.
House Of Representatives Declares Nigeria Air Launch As Fraud
The claimed debut of Nigeria Air, which happened when ex-President Muhammadu Buhari was in office, has been called out by the House of Representatives as being misleading. Vanguard report that, The airline's launch was judged a hoax by the House Committee on Aviation, which is chaired by Nnolim Nnaji, after important figures in the Federal Government's agreement with Ethiopian Airlines denied any knowledge of the occasion.
Chelsea prepares for a huge summer clear out with big name players tipped to depart Stamford Bridge
Chelsea football club will once again embark on another journey under Todd Boehly and his consortium, there first season as the owners of Chelsea ended poorly as the club missed out on qualifications for European competitions next season and ended the season with any trophy. It has a turbulent season that saw them use four different managers, two was permanent while the other two was on an interim basis, they will begin the new season with a new head coach after confirming Mauricio Pochettino as there new coach.
Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde Shares Pictures from A Business Meeting
Governor of Oyo State, Governor Seyi Makinde has generated several reactions and comments from the public, as he shares alluring and stunning pictures of himself with a team from Africorp Consortium led by the director general, Mr Jaafar Harti. Seyi Makinde said that Africorp is the parent company of Mouka Foam Ltd which is represented by the managing director, Mr Femi Fapohunda.
Pochettino's Ruthless Revolution at Chelsea
It seems like Mauricio Pochettino, the newly appointed manager of Chelsea Football Club, is all set to go on a ruthless clear-out. With the club aiming to reduce their whopping 33-man first-team squad, the incoming manager has a significant task on his hands. An overwhelming total of 15 players are on the verge of their Chelsea careers, facing an uncertain future as the summer transfer window approaches.
Osodeke re-elected National President of ASUU
In the early hours of Monday morning, members of the Association of Academic Officials of Universities unanimously elected Professor Emmanuel Osodeke to a second two-year term as their National President. The consortium members are also said to have re-elected Chris Piwuna, a Consultant Psychiatrist and Associate Professor, Medical College, University of Jos, as Vice-Chair along with Osodeke from Michael Okpara Agricultural College, Omodek, Abia State.
Newcastle Fc Qualify For champions League Next Season.
According to SkySportNews, Newcastle United have secured a place in the Champions League for next season after a 20-year hiatus following a 0-0 draw with Leicester City. However, the draw saw them finish in the top four of the Premier League, Although Newcastle dominated the game, they failed to score.