Chelsea's Astonishing Demands for Mason Mount: A Desperate Cash Grab?
The football transfer market is a realm of complexities, negotiations, and sometimes, outrageous demands. However, the recent reports regarding Chelsea's valuation of Mason Mount have left many fans and pundits scratching their heads. With talks of the young midfielder's potential move to Manchester United, it has been revealed that Chelsea is asking for a staggering €80 million fee. This exorbitant demand begs the question: Is Chelsea attempting to recoup their massive spending spree of over €500 million
Fans React To Reports About Man Utd's Plan To Offer Maguire To Chelsea As Part Of Deal To Sign Mount
Manchester United and Chelsea are still miles part in their valuations over Mason Mount, with the Red Devils more willing to reduce the price tag than meet Chelsea's asking price of around €80 million. According to reports, agreeing personal terms with Mount isn't an issue for United, with the 24-year old believed to be keen on a move to Old Trafford this summer.
Rothen: “Asensio doesn’t care about PSG, he only cares about money”
Renowned footballer Marco Asensio's reported disinterest in a potential transfer to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) has sparked controversy, with former French international Jerôme Rothen suggesting that the player's primary concern lies in financial gain rather than joining the prestigious club. Asensio, a prominent figure in the football world, has allegedly shown minimal interest in a move to PSG, according to Rothen's recent remarks.
Fuel Subsidy: "The Price We Have Today May Still Go Up" - President Tinubu's Spokesman, Dele Alake
Shortly after leaders of the Labour Union and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) had a meeting with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu about the ongoing fuel subsidy, Tinubu's alleged Spokesman, Dele Alake, briefed the press. Dele Alake said, "one thing was certain during our meeting with the labour union leaders and that thing is our country's progress, peace and stability.
Maritime workers to begin nationwide strike on Monday
The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has directed workers to shut down all operations of shipping companies and begin an indefinite nationwide strike from Monday, June 5, 2023, THE NATION reports. The proposed industrial action is over a lingering dispute with shipping companies over the poor pay package and welfare of employees.
Labour Directs Workers to Shut Operations, Begin Nationwide Strike Monday
According to Vangaurd News report, In a shocking turn of events, the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has issued a directive to its members, instructing them to shut down all operations of shipping companies across the nation. The union has called for an indefinite nationwide strike set to commence on Monday.
Falana Takes Legal Action Against FG For Unfair Treatment Of ASUU Members
According to Vanguard, Human rights lawyer Femi Falana, SAN, has taken legal action against the Federal Government, accusing it of unfair and illegal treatment of members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). In a lawsuit filed on behalf of ASUU, Falana has named the Minister of Labour and Employment, the Attorney-General of the Federation, and the Accountant-General of the Federation as defendants.
Guardiola called Neymar about his plans
As reported by 'L'Equipe', Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City, called Neymar on Monday to ask about his plans for the upcoming season. Neymar Jr. has left the door open for a transfer this summer, even though his contract with PSG expires in 2025.
We Are Dissatisfied With The Huge Pensions Paid To Governors And Their Deputies - South-South
Governors and their deputies are given extravagant pensions after serving the country for a maximum of eight years, according to several South-South locals. In separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the populace voiced its displeasure with the practice, claiming that it went against the populace's interests. The payment of significant pensions to governors and their appointees was denounced by Comrade Henry Ekini, National Legal Advisor to the Committee for the Defense of Human Rights (CDHR).
We Condemn The Payment Of Huge Pensions To Governors And Their Deputies — South-South Residents
The payout of obscene pensions to governors and their deputies after serving the country for a maximum of eight years has drawn criticism from some South-South people. In separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the individuals voiced their displeasure with the practice, claiming that it went against their best interests.
China-Central Asian countries pragmatic cooperation yields fruit
Containers are handled at the China-Kazakhstan International Logistics Base in Lianyungang, east China's Jiangsu province. (Photo by Wang Chun/People's Daily Online) By Yu Yichun, Wang Jintao, People's Daily The key to the successful cooperation between China and Central Asian countries over the past more than three decades lies in their abiding commitment to mutual respect, good-neighborly friendship, solidarity in trying times, and mutual benefit.
2010-2020: 5 Footballers Who Broke Transfer Records At The Time
Over the past decade, the world of football has witnessed an unprecedented surge in transfer fees, as clubs vied to secure the services of the best talents. In this article, we delve into the record-breaking transfers that shaped the football landscape between 2010 and 2020. These transfers not only redefined the financial aspects of the sport but also highlighted the astronomical sums involved in acquiring top players.
Five worst players for Real Madrid as City dismantle them to cruise into Champions League final
Real Madrid were humiliated 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium late on Wednesday night, thus ending their championship defending aspirations. There was nothing to lose on the night, with neither team possessing an advantage before kickoff. Nonetheless, it was evident from the start that Manchester City were the more dominant team on the night, and the outcome is quite appropriate for Pep Guardiola's men.
Reactions As ASUU Re-Elects Emmanuel Osodeke As Their National President
According to PUNCH, members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) unopposedly re-elected Professor Emmanuel Osodeke as their national president for another two years in the early hours of Monday. Apart from Osodeke of the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture in Umudike, Abia State, the union members re-elected Chris Piwuna, a consultant psychiatrist and associate professor at the University of Jos, as Vice President.
Activist Timi Frank warns international community to avoid attending Tinubu's inauguration.
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will be inaugurated as president on May 29. Comrade Timi Frank, a political activist and former deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has called on the international community to "disassociate themselves" and "steer clear" of the event.
128770 Nigerian students move to UK in seven years
Between 2015 and the end of 2022, a total of 128,770 Nigerian students enrolled in British universities in quest of better education and quality of life, according to a study of data obtained from the UK's Higher Education Statistics Agency. As Nigerians attempt to flee the horrors of poor governance and the disruption of academic activities by tertiary institutions-based unions like the Academic Staff Union of Universities and the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, among others, the number of Nigerian students has increased over time.
Reactions As Emmanuel Osodeke re-elected ASUU president
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has chosen Emmanuel Osodeke to a second two-year term as national president. The election happened early on Monday, according to Christian Opata, head of the ASUU at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), according to TheCable.
The Most Expensive Ice Cream In The World According To The Guinness World Records Costs $6,696.
Many people have questioned what makes this dish so valued in light of its astronomical price. The solution is found in the exotic ingredients that were employed to create this gastronomic wonder. This world-record-breaking dessert was created by the renowned Japanese ice cream company Cellato by expertly fusing a number of extraordinary ingredients.
G7 Countries Unleash New Sanctions to Starve Russia's War Machine Amid Ukraine Conflict
The United States and its G7 allies have implemented new sanctions against Russia, specifically targeting its diamond trade and entities linked to the invasion of Ukraine. The G7 leaders, meeting in Hiroshima, Japan, are aiming to tighten existing sanctions, close loopholes, and impose punitive restrictions on more Russian firms and their international partners.
Senate committee chair cautions airlines on arbitrary fare increase
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Aviation, Biodun Olujimi, said the astronomical and skyrocketing air ticket prices, including the poor implementation of aviation policies, is hampering the growth of the country's aviation sector. Olujimi stated this at the 2nd National Conference of the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, with the theme: “Sustainability of the Aviation Industry in Nigeria, held on Monday in Abuja.