Stamford Bridge fans couldn't have wished for a better start to the season as Chelsea have done. The blues are unbeaten in four matches so far with only one draw coming against Liverpool at Anfield. Photo Credit: Getty Tuchel started the season with the Super Cup title and has built the team around winning the Premier League title this season.
It is interesting to note that all the 36 state governors once resolved to declare a state of emergency in the country. However, it was not about the insecurity that is widely associated with such declaration but on gender-based violence against women and children. Photo: A woman carries a placard as she shouts a slogan during a "Walk Against Rape" march in Lagos, Nigeria, on October 5, 2011.
5. Peter Schmeichel Peter Bolesław Schmeichel is a 57-year-old Danish retired soccer player who professionally played as a goalkeeper. He is best popular for his most successful year at captaining Manchester United to victory in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final. He also won the UEFA Euro 1992 with his native country, Denmark.
During a recent comment by Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State as reported some hours ago by People Gazette, the Governor confessed that in hindsight he wouldn't have negotiated or offered amnesty to Bandits as he had in the past. He is one of the governors of the North-Western part of the North who agreed to negotiate with bandits despite some of them objecting that is not a good idea.
Photo Credit: Reuters Born on 25 June 1972, Saif studied hard hoping to change Libya into a better country. The young man formed part of his late father's inner circle. He was often referred to as the Prime Minister of Libya because of the roles he played in conducting the affairs of the country.
Why Reno Said Repentant B'Haram Fighters Should Show Proof By Revealing The Location Of Chibok Girls
Following up on the latest post on his official Twitter page, the former aide to ex-president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, a pastor and lawyer, Reno Okokri, has reacted to the recent claims by the Nigerian Army over repentant Boko Haram terrorists, who have surrendered to the federal government and the Nigerian troops in the Northern part of Nigeria.
Photo Credit: 90min.com Lionel Messi has achieved another great feat in the world of soccer by surpassing Pele's record with his hattrick at the world cup qualifying match against Bolivia. Photo Credit: REUTERS The Paris Saint Germain forward is now the all-time leading scorer in South American history.
Photo Credit: Reuters During Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday, Cesar Azpilicueta stated that the VAR referee recommended referee Anthony Taylor to dismiss Reece James. Azpilicueta, speaking to BBC Sport, said: “Harsh. Reece's plight is one that I sympathize with.
The world continues to react to the humiliation and subsequent removal of the Guinea president, Mr Alpha Condé. The abrupt removal of the recently elected president has attracted the attention of the global leaders including the president of Nigeria Mr Muhammadu Buhari. This suggests that significant measures may soon be rolled out by the body of nations and global economic agencies to prevent further reoccurrence of such incidents in the African continent.
Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and cofounder of Tesla, Inc. has just unveiled a new technology that is set to ease mankind of the daily challenges of carrying out strenuous physical activities. Called "Tesla bot", this new AI powered humanoid is set to advanced machine systems to carryout heavy duty industrial jobs.
The Information Minister, Lai Mohammed unveiled in Washington DC that Twitter has acceded to 7 out of the 10 demands of Nigeria Government to lift the suspension on her, during his on-going commitment with different worldwide news sources, worldwide research organizations and powerhouses. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports the commitment is to empower the priest put across the right stories about what's going on in Nigeria, exhibit government accomplishments and present difficulties confronting the country.
Alpha Conde, President of Guinea Conakry, was captured by army putschists during a coup d'etat in Conakry. Soldiers who staged an uprising in Guinea's capital on Sunday announced on state television that they had dissolved the West African country's government and constitution, as well as closed all land and air borders.
The Taliban has finally agreed to let 200 American citizens and third country nationals, left behind in Afghanistan after the August 31 deadline, depart on chartered flights, as confirmed by a US official on Thursday. US Special Representative, Zalmay Khalilzad played a crucial role in pressing the Taliban to allow the departures, Reuters reported.
Photo: Reuters Chelsea midfielder Jorginho was crowned UEFA’s Player of the Year after enjoying a superb season with the Blues and the Italian national team. He won the Champions League with Chelsea and also the European Championship with Italy. Jorginho has revealed he was motivated to embarrass critics who called him ‘Sarri’s son’ when he struggled after joining Chelsea.
In order to marry her university classmate, a princess is expected to pay £730,000 to give up her royal rank. Princess Mako of Japan, the granddaughter of former Emperor Akihito, announced her engagement to college classmate Kei Komuro in 2017, however the wedding has been postponed for years due to the controversy surrounding her fiancé.
Photo Credit: Facebook &Joe Igbokwe Joe Igbokwe the spokesperson for the All Progressive Congress(APC) Lagos chapter took to his verified Facebook page to share the photos of his look-alike, the Malian President who was removed from office. When you look at the photos of the two men, you will notice that they look alike.
The former President of United States, Donald Trump will launch his own social media platform, 'TRUTH Socia,' that he said would " stand up to Big Tech Companies" such as Twitter and Facebook that barred him from their platforms. According to Reuters, TRUTH Social will be created through a new company formed by a merger of the Trump Media Technology Group and a Special Acquisition Company (SPAC).
Biden to make COVID-19 jab compulsory for American workers: Report U.S. President Joe Biden plans to require all federal employees and government contractors to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), a source briefed on the matter told Reuters. Photos Credit: People Gazette In July, Mr Biden said federal workers had to get vaccinated or face regular COVID-19 testing and such other safety rules as mandatory face masks at workplaces and restrictions on official travel.
Photo Credit: Reuters Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has provided a fitness update on Reece James following a collision during Sunday’s 2-0 victory over Arsenal. Tuchel told Sky Sports, "He wasn't at all unconscious." Photo Credit: Reuters “All he was concerned about was losing or breaking a tooth.
Guinea special forces declared President Alpha Condé's arrest in a statement released on state television on Sunday, as the West African nation was shaken by reports of heavy gunfire near the Presidential palace in Conakry. Soldiers who staged an uprising declared they had abolished the constitution and the government in the west African State in a short broadcast on State television.