1. Poppy Pattinson. Poppy Olivia Pattinson is an English professional football player. She plays as a left-back for Everton in the FA Women's Soccer League. 2. Morgan Reid This American soccer angel plays as a defender. She was born on June 13, 1995.
Parents are undoubtedly the first role model and mentor for their children. Children would do exactly everything possible to be like their parents. This accounts for why the children of veteran Nigerian musicians have dabbled into the music profession of their fathers. Not all children engage in the career of their parents.
It is not often that goalkeepers score goals in a game, except when they are the team's set-piece taker. In the history of football, only one goalkeeper has scored up to 100 goals- Brazil's Rogerio Ceni, and he was the freekick and penalty kick taker for his team.
Transfer News: Man United Manager Signs New Deal With Club, Veteran Defender Returns To Old Trafford
Man United Manager Signs New Deal With Club OFFICIAL: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has signed a new contract at Manchester United that will see him at the club until at least 2024, with an option for a further year. Ed Woodward, Executive Vice-Chairman, said: “Ole and his staff have worked tirelessly putting the foundations in place for long-term success on the pitch.
A Nigerian man named Julius Eze, otherwise known as Emperor Jay has been making rounds on different social media platforms for the incredible move he took after he saw alerts of over 2 million naira in his bank account. Julius Eze went viral yesterday after he shared this experience on Facebook.
It is painful, devastating and unfortunate to have lost seven (7) vibrant Nollywood actresses just a few months into 2021. 1. Zainab Booth The freshest death in the Nigerian movie industry is the death of Zainab Booth, a renowned Kannywood actress who is known for performing motherly roles in movies. She died on Thursday, 2 July 2021 after battling a brief illness. 2. Ify Onwuemene Ify Onwuemene suffered from endometrial cancer before she passed away. She died on 25th May 2021 after a long battle with cancer.
"Soon It Will Be A Female President" - Says Pastor Adeboye As He Celebrates Nigerian Bank Executives
One of the sons of the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God, pastor Leke Adeboye has come out open to celebrate top Nigerian female bank executives who have been the rave of the moment. Photos of pastor Leke Adeboye Using his official and verified Instagram page, pastor Adeboye stated with euphoria how pleasant it is to find the female gender occupying noble and sensitive positions in the Nigerian financial sector, specifically the Banks.
Do you know that women are becoming managing directors (MDs) in different commercial banks in Nigeria? Women are taking the lead, and this shows what a man can do a woman can also do the same. These extraordinary women have been in the banking sector for years and they have created a portfolio for themselves in the banking industry.
The Lagos Ibadan expressway road construction project has been on for ages. We would notice that it was during the first term of this present regime that something very serious is done on the agelong project. But, the ongoing work on it seems not to be completed anytime soon.
1. Senator Julius Ucha Julius Ucha 62, was elected Senator for the Ebonyi Central Constituency of Ebonyi State, Nigeria, taking office on may 2003 and was re-elected in 2007. He is a member of the All Progressive Congress. He was elected a member of the Ebonyi state House of Assembly, where he was appointed Speaker.
Kanu seeks transfer to Kuje correctional center, says he may die in DSS custody Detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor has filed a case against the Federal Government over alleged maltreatment of his client in the custody of Department of State Service, DSS.
20 year-old Ugandan weightlifter goes missing in Japan after failing to qualify for Tokyo Olympics. Julius Ssekitoleko Photo credit: African Facts, Twitter. The young weightlifter, Julius Ssekitoleko who is just 20 years of age has been reported missing in Japan after he failed to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Miriam Olusanya, has been appointed as the first ever female Managing Director of Guaranty Trust Bank and its banking subsidiary. Olusanya who was appointed as the bank's Managing Director by the Guarantty Trust Holding Company Plc (GTCO) on Wednesday, 14 July, 2021 was until her appointment, an Executive Director of the Bank.
Some fans have dragged popular nollywood actor, Aremu Afolayan, for dressing like a female. Aremu, who has earlier posted a comic video on his page, said he wants his fans to laugh off their stress. The actor, who dressed in female attire, said he has decided to be producing comical videos for his fans.
A Facebook user identified as Julius Eze has taken to his page to narrate how he returned the sum of ₦2.5m that was mistakenly transferred to his account. According to Julius Eze, he said that he was at his home when he got an alert of ₦2.5m from another bank customer named Ekuni.
A Weightlifter, Julius Ssekitoleko, has gone missing in Tokyo ahead of the Olympic Games. The 20-year-old Ugandan athlete left a note saying life in his home country was too difficult and he wanted to work in Japan. Photo Credit: CNN Julius Ssekitoleko was due to return to Uganda from Japan on July 20 after failing to qualify for the Games.
It is 2021 and the future looks female! After years of service, dedication and corporate business, these notable Nigerian women have risen to be CEOs in the Nigerian corporate space. 1. Bukola Smith Mrs Bukola Smith succeeded Mrs Hamda Ambah who retired after 28 years of service.
Dakuku Peterside was the former NIMASA director General and Wike running mate in 2015 governorship election. Dakuku Peterside had contested with Governor Wike in 2015 under the umbrella of the All Progressive Congress APC. Dakuku Peterside has accused Governor Wike of awarding road construction projects to three different construction companies.
A 20-year-old Ugandan weightlifter, Julius Ssekitoleto, has gone missing in an Olympics training camp in Tokyo, Japan. Officials said that the athlete who could not be reached failed to show up for a Corona Virus test and was not in his hotel room. The report has it that a fellow athlete admitted seeing him in the hotel shortly after midnight on Thursday.
One thing that I find pleasure in is looking at how people have contributed to the development of places they belong to and not forgetting their origin especially as a person whose origin is connected to Africa.James Brown was an American singer who was loved by many fans for his good performance and characters.