Super Eagles striker, Henry Onyekuru, will on Sunday make his debut for his new club, Monaco in the French Ligue 1 and has set his sights on leading the club to their first victory of the new season. Monaco will be hosting Nimes Olympique at home and will hope to get the three points at stake after losing their two games so far in the young season against Lyon and Metz, respectively.
Onyekuru, who was officially unveiled at the Stade Louis II on Wednesday, stated that the squad have already moved on from their opening two league losses and would now focus on securing their first three points of the season. “The whole team is ready for the clash this weekend; we have had a difficult start to the season but I believe this game against Nimes will give us the perfect atmosphere to claim our first win of the season,” he said. “Everybody in the team is working well and we just want to ensure we put smiles on the faces of our fans and kickstart our league campaign.”
Tokyo Olympics prospects need care, not crisis
The Olympic Games with a circle of four years remain the biggest sporting event in the world. It is also important to emphasise that the final of the athletics 100m is almost always the climax of every Olympic Games. Over the years, the competition has evolved in many ways. For example, football for men and women were added but it has not removed the shine for the ‘major’ attraction of the games, which is athletics.
That was why Micheal Johnson, Carl Lewis, Maurice Greene and just recently Usain Bolt made their names as Olympic legends and not much is heard about the consistent and amazing athletes in other sports like wrestling, weightlifting, taekwondo, tennis, table tennis, etc.
American swimming sensation, Micheal Phelps, cannot be forgotten easily because of his amazing run in the swimming event while Cuban boxer Felix Savon cannot be forgotten as well but no doubt, athletics steals the show at the games. Nigeria’s all-time record at the games is not encouraging.
Despite the talents in various sports, Nigeria on many occasions goes to the games and returns with nothing. Nigeria has her strong and weak areas in athletics but, sadly, the country is yet to maximize the advantage of the strong areas, especially the sprints. Overall, Nigeria has won three gold, 10 silver and 12 gold medals.
The total medal haul of 25 is not a true reflection of the talents in the country.
Athletics alone has won two gold, five silver and six bronze medals. In one Olympic Games, many countries perform better than Nigeria’s overall haul at the games. Sad enough, after every competition, the authorities will come out to say the preparation for the next games will start immediately but as usual, the country ends up with ad-hoc arrangements for the games.
At the last games in Rio, Brazil, Nigeria won only a bronze medal courtesy of the U-23 men’s football team led by Samson Siasia. Four years earlier, at the London 2012 Games in England, Nigeria failed to win a medal.
As we gradually enter another Olympic year, 2020, the signs of preparations are not evident and this is rather sad.
The Sports Minister, Sunday Dare, spoke about his intention to assist some elite athletes prepare well and be at their best for the games but so far the preparation which was supposed to have started over two years ago is not evident. Some top athletes are good enough to make the podium based on their current form. Long jumper, Ese Brume, won a bronze medal only recently at the IAAF World Championship.
With a personal best of 7.05m, the three time African championship gold medallist is good for medals in Tokyo if well motivated with her preparation. Hurdler, Tobi Amusan, narrowly missed the bronze medal at the Worlds but with her 12.49 seconds personal best recorded earlier this year, the 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallist is also good enough for the podium. She is also a member of the 4x100m relay team.
Divine Oduduru, one of the most consistent sprinters this year, could explode at the Tokyo Games if well monitored. His PB of 9.86 secs recorded this year can earn him 100m medal if he is able to maintain or better it at the games.
In wrestling, Odunayo Adekuoroye and Blessing Oborodudu are solid enough to be in the medals bracket of their respective categories while ping ponger, Aruna Quadri, can also make the podium with huge encouragement and motivation from the ministry of sports. Adekuoroye is currently number 3 in the world in her category and she was consistent all through this year with continental and global laurels.
Quadri emerged the first African table tennis star to play in the quarter-finals of an Olympics Games at Rio 2016 and he is expected to do better in Tokyo due to his current form. It is however disturbing than rather than look at these promising athletes and think about ways of preparing them well for the Tokyo Games, the Athletic Federation of Nigeria is engulfed in crisis.
This is so sad and ill-timed. There is a problem within the board as there are two factions currently while the angle of the ministry is also there after the Gusau faction declared that the body would go autonomous at a Congress in Awka. There was another Congress in Abuja two days earlier. History has shown that a crisis like this draws the country back in terms of results.
The example of football is still fresh and the sad effects of crisis must not repeat itself in athletics.
MANCHESTER DERBY: Jesus’ hurdle faces in-form Rashford
…as City confront United at Etihad
Marcos Rashford produced arguably his best performance in Manchester United shirt when they beat Tottenham 2-1 midweek at Old Trafford and coach Ole Gunnar Solksjaer will be keen to see his talisman re-enact such showing when they attack neighbours Manchester City in one of the biggest derbies in world football today (Saturday).
Rashford scored two goals as the Red Devils welcomed their former Manager Jose Mourinho to Old Trafford to take his tally in all competitions to 12, one short of his best statistics since he started his senior career at the club in 2015/2016 season under loius Van Gaal.
The high profile summer departures of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez resulted in Rashford carrying the goalscoring burden on his shoulders after no replacements were signed.
This was a man who hadn’t scored more than 10 English Premier League goals in a campaign before.
When Anthony Martial was out injured and Rashford was deployed in the number 9 position, it was hard to see where Rashford’s next shot was going to come from let alone a goal But since scoring for England against Bulgaria and ending his open play goal drought, Rashford’s performances and goalscoring output have risen to a whole new level.
The significant change in form has come since he has been moved back into his favoured left-wing role. Coming in off that left channel is where he is at his devastating best, he can commit defenders with his trickery and pace. He can make darting runs in behind and he can cut inside and unleash his trademark venmous and dipping strikes, which caught Paulo Gazzaniga out for United’s opener.
His former manager had always believed that he would be better from the left and unfortunately for Mourinho he was proved right much to his teams detriment. Rashford has scored more Premier League goals than Harry Kane, Roberto Firmino, Raheem Sterling and Mo Salah this season. He is currently tied with Sergio Aguero and Sadio Mane, only Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (10), Tammy Abraham (11) and Jamie Vardy (14) have scored more than United’s talisman.
However, the Englishman will have another youngster to fight for spotlight with and that is Gabriel Jesus. The Brazilain has struggled for form largely because he has seen his playing time reduced due to the imperial form of Aguero but he will lead the front line for the Citizens today because rthe Argentine striker is out injured.
Joshua to get $85 million in Saudi rematch
British-Nigerian born pugilist, Anthony Joshua, will get a whopping $85 million as purse from the rematch against Mexican-American born Andy Ruiz on Saturday, December 7 in Saudi Arabia. His opponent and current WBA, WBO and IBF belts holder, Ruiz will pocket $13 million in the second showdown.
Ruiz has asked Joshua to be “mad in the ring” when both meet in 15,000 capacity Riyadh Stadium. Ruiz, who stunned Joshua in June at Madison Park in New York with a seventh minute knock-out, said he wants his opponent to show more aggression so that he can take chances on him.
“I want him to have that attitude because I will be calm and know exactly what we need to do. “I don’t know if I am his bogeyman, I think his style was just perfect for me and I think it will be the same. The 30-year-old said he knew Joshua would try to change tactics but he is not worried because he will perfect his work in the ring and come out victorious again.
“I think he will box around nicely for four or five rounds until I take the pressure to him, start hitting his body and mixing it up.
“I did say he was not good enough to avoid me for the full 12 rounds, on the backfoot, we have been working on this for a round three months now and I know, whatever he brings, we will be ready for it,” the chubby fighter said. Meanwhile, Ruiz has revealed that he bought cars, jewellery and mansion with the money he got from his victory over Joshua in June.
The Mexican scoped away a staggering £5 million after he deposed Joshua of his heavyweight champion, carting away his WBA, WBO and IBF belts.
D’Tigress to camp in Belgrade
Nigeria women’s basketball team, D’Tigress will camp in Belgrade, Serbia ahead of Japan 2020 Olympic Games final qualifiers. A member of the NBBF and who is also the President of FIBA Africa Zone 3, Sam Ahmedu, told our correspondent that Belgrade has been settled for as the venue for the preparations.
“The players will be flying directly to Belgrade and camp for a few days before the tournament starts,” Ahmedu confirmed from New York City on Wednesday. The back-to-back African champions D’Tigress are grouped in the Belgrade centre with world Champions, USA, host country Serbia and Mozambique who were hosts for the African qualifiers in Maputo last month.
The President of the Nigeria Basketball Federation Musa Kida has spoken on the need for early preparation for the team.
He made his view known after the world basketball governing body, FIBA, held the draw for the qualifying tournaments in Switzerland last month.
“We know that tournament of this magnitude costs money, time and proper planning. We are going to be working with the Ministry of Sports and the Honourable Minister, Sunday Dare, to ensure that we return to the Olympic Games.”
Olympic qualifiers are designed to be financed by the Ministry of Sports in Nigeria but in most cases the federations are usually forced to source funds for the qualifiers until the Federal Government’s budget is approved and released. “Nothing has changed much; the NBBF will have to sort itself out given what was experienced in Mozambique.
The NBBF president has provided funding for the Olympic drive so far and no refund has been made to him by the sports ministry.
“Yes, Olympic qualifiers are meant to be the responsibilities of the sports ministry but from experience you may not get to the destination when you depend largely on them,” Kida said From the draw made by FIBA on November 27, a total of 10 teams would join USA (World Champions) and host country Japan from the Olympic Qualifiers to be played between 6th and 9th of February, 2020 across four countries: Serbia, China, France and Belgium. Nigeria’s male team D’Tigers qualified for the Tokyo Olympics winning a direct ticket from the 2019 FIBA Men’s World Cup held in China.
Sunday service with Pastor Taribo West
Taribo West recorded a glorious footballing career at top clubs like Inter, AC Milan and a good run with the Super Eagles. His climax was the Atlanta Olympics gold won in 1996. After hanging his boots, he took to the pulpit and last week, our reporter CHARLES OGUNDIYA was part of his congregation.
aturday Telegraph on Sunday, December 1, was at the Shelter In The Storm Miracle Church of All Nations, headed by former Super Eagles defender turned pastor, Taribo West, to worship with the faithful.
Although our correspondent got to the church during the sermon which was delivered by the ex-international, it was time well worth it.
Preaching about foundational curses, Pastor West said there were so many things happening to people that had to do with where they came from.
The congregation was at least 30 people, mostly footballers. There were just five ladies among the people that came for the service on that day.
The church, situated inside Taribo’s compound around Opebi, in the Ikeja area of Lagos, was in between the main building and the boys’ quarters.
While quoting from the bible on several occasions, the former Inter Milan star said some of the problems facing people, especially the younger generation who formed bulk of the congregation, had to do with stubbornness.
“When you are asked to do something and you are proving stubborn, then how do you go forward?” he said.
“There are foundational curses of family and we must pray to end them.
“Some of you come to church late and you think God doesn’t see you? You are in church and you are not doing anything for God in terms of service, then you are deceiving yourself.”
West, who preached in both proper English and pidgin, said his life should be a lesson to all of the young aspiring footballers who throng to his church each Sunday.
He said: “When I moved to Lagos initially, there was nobody to help me with coaches rejecting me here and there.
“Despite that I kept on focusing on the goal and was using my God-given talent; the rest, as they say, is history.”
He continued to say words of prayers which the members responded to with resounding ‘amen’ on a regular basis.
It was obvious the pastor was familiar with most of the worshippers as he called each one of them by name during the long service that lasted till around 2.30pm.
Despite preaching for long, the pastor called for Prayer Line, which was alien to our correspondent, but very normal to the faithful.
All the chairs at the back of the church, which was an open space with tents used as shelter, were removed and put by the side as all the congregation lined up with about five or six in a row.
With the ushers arranging all the churchgoers, Pastor West continued to admonish the members on how to draw closer to God.
He revealed that all things needed for the new year must be prayed for so as to be at the top in 2020.
Immediately after the ‘Prayer Line’ was set, West came and rearranged some of the rows with some people taken from the back to the front as he began his ministration/deliverance.
While addressing a young boy, Pastor Taribo West said the separation of the boy’s parents contributed to where he was at the moment.
He added that the boy was isolated and there was need for him to come out as he tried to ‘deliver’ the boy from ‘bondage’.
What struck our correspondent again was West’s bizarre way of deliverance as he slapped the wrists, knees and chests of the members during the prayers before pushing them on the floor.
While he tried to minister to all the people present, West left out a boy who he claimed to be irresponsible.
He said: “Do you know what’s in my heart? If I lay my hand on you, then I can curse you. You don’t toy with a man of God if you really want to make it in life.
“My heart is everywhere from Europe to America to Asia and every part of the world where all my children are at the moment.
“I was a disciplined person during my active days as a player and if you want to become somebody, then you have to be disciplined.
“Don’t let me curse you because if I lay my hand on your head, it might be another thing, so you better change.”
Immediately after the ministration to all church members, West ordered everyone to return to their lines as he started another round of deliverance.
He also called out some people with different ailments whom he asked to rub his sweat on the places paining them.
With the ministration over, the seats were returned to their original positions as the pastor called for testimonies from the congregation.
He then called two worshippers, who according to him must come out for testimony as he was a witness to what happened to them.
Our correspondent also noticed several banners and posters of previous crusades organised by the pastor with some of the testimonies related to his power.
Reacting to the testimonies, West said the posters and banners are very powerful as he usually prayed a lot on them before bringing them out for distribution and pasting on streets.
He related a story of a sister who the boyfriend was planning to use for money rituals. But after taking her picture that she posed for with the poster as background to the herbalist, the rituals backfired and the man got paralysed.
He also said another member entered a ‘one chance’ vehicle but was asked to come down after they saw the Taribo West sticker in her bag.
He admonished the members not to joke with the banners, posters or the stickers even handbills as they are very powerful.
“I always release a lot of anointing on the posters and they are no longer ordinary paper,” he added.
Immediately after the testimonies, it was time for tithes and offering with Pastor West himself leading the chorus as there was no choir member in place.
Apart from the sound system, there were no musical instruments like drums, keyboards or guitars as the worshippers used tambourine while dancing to the songs.
Pastor West encouraged the members to always pay their tithes so that things would not be tight for them.
There was an announcement about the end of the year fasting of the church and also the coming crusade scheduled for December 31, 2019.
West said the fasting would be in two forms as the first few days would be normal fasting before turning into dry and marathon fasting.
The worshippers were also admonished to make it a date on Fridays for their prayer hour.
He added that they might be moving the crusade to Abuja next year as they are already calling him to come to the capital city.
With the service coming to a close, the pastor asked all the first timers to signify as they welcomed them to the church.
Apart from the form given to the first timers to fill in their details, they were also given raw food items like garri and rice while they were entertained with chips.
The footballers amidst the worshippers, who were over 50 percent of the congregation, were asked to wait behind.
Pastor Taribo promised to be bringing some top footballers to come around and talk to them especially with the winter break just around the corner.
A journalist’s diary
he instruction from my editor was clear as I was to worship at the Shelter In The Storm Miracle Church of All Nations, pastored by former Super Eagles defender, turned pastor, Taribo West.
Setting out from my house with no clear address apart from the fact that the church is located off Salvation Bus Stop, I decided to take a bike to Salvation where I asked for directions.
With the church situated inside an estate and bikes not allowed on the estate, so I had to make do with tricycle.
Getting to the front of the building that house the church, there was no sign of any service going on until I entered the compound.
Surprisingly there was no security at any direction to lead people to the church.
I however followed the voices that led me into the church.
First thing that came to my notice was the lack of crowd or a proper structure of a church despite watching their programme on YouTube.
Apart from tambourine and ‘Sekere’ there was not a single musical instrument in the church.
Also it was the pastor himself that was leading songs as there was no choir in place.
Another aspect of the programme that interested me was the Prayer Line and the deliverance section.
With just about 30 members, five of which were women (two young ladies and three women), bulk of the remaining members are young aspiring footballers.
The message was more of breaking curses while the pastor, West, continued to encourage the members to be discipline and pray more.
Personally, it was the first church I would attend without a drum not to talk of other musical instruments like keyboard, guitar and others.
Clash on the Dunes: Joshua aims to reclaim heavyweight titles from Ruiz in Saudi
nthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr have unfinished business. Well at least the former British world champion Joshua feels he has as he prepares to face the reigning heavyweigh champion in Saudi Arabia on Saturday.
The Clash on the Dunes in Diriyah, Riyadh, is set to bring the two fighters together for a rematch six months after Mexican-American Ruiz shocked the boxing world with a technical knock-out victory over the then unbeaten Joshua at Madison Square Garden in New York.
To say Ruiz was an underdog would be an understatement. Ruiz had stepped in as an eleventh-hour replacement for Jarrell Miller. Looking overweight and out of shape, few gave him any chance of lasting the distance, never mind winning.
What followed was an upset to rank alongside Leon Spinks defeating Muhammad Ali in 1978 and, especially, James ‘Buster’ Douglas’s knock-out of then-invincible Mike Tyson in 1990.
Ruiz knocked Joshua down four times before the fight was stopped in the seventh round.
Though Joshua took the loss magnanimously at the time, he has since said he felt Ruiz was “lucky” and clearly believes that a rematch will see him retake what he feels is rightfully his.
Both fighter’s have only ever lost once.
Joshua has won 22 of 23 fights, with 21 of those knockouts. Meanwhile Ruiz record stands at 33 wins (22 KOs) from 34 fights.
Joshua, who goes into the fight as odds on favourite to retain his title, has already revealed that he sees himself fighting Ruiz for a third time, even as he is already being reportedly lined up to face fellow Briton Tyson Fury or American Deontay Wilder next year.
But first he must overcome Ruiz at the Clash on the Dunes. And if their last fight is anything to go by, this is far easier said than done, even if the champion has been accused of letting success get to his head. One thing is for sure, no one, least of All Joshua, will be taking the Mexican-American lightly this time around.
Ruiz said ahead of the clash: “To all my fans please come and support me, it’s going to be a huge fight, it’s the Clash On The Dunes. We are two big guys fighting each other looking to be the Heavyweight Champion of the World.
“He’s trying to take my belts away so I’m going to do everything that’s possible to win and I’m going to do it for all my people.
“They can expect to see someone who is not giving up and doing everything possible to win, God willing we are going to take this victory.”
Joshua insisted that :“It’s been about being confident, about knowing my capabilities. I’ve had a great training camp, I am well prepared, and ready to showcase my skills.”
On what change we will see Saturday night: “I’m forever changing, that’s what training camp is about, evolution, like night and day. I shed the skin from last time, re-built myself, and all I’m doing is going to win, that’s what I’m focused on.”
On looking to have more speed in this fight: “I’m quick anyway. I’m not looking for anything except the win, that’s the objective. It’s about speed, it’s not about nothing else, the objective is just to win, win, win.”
Everton seek revival against Chelsea
At the time of writing unpopular Portuguese manager Marco Silva was on the brink of losing his job at Everton following the Toffees’ harrowing 5-2 battering at the hands of local rivals Liverpool at Anfield in mid-week.
Everton slipped into the Premier League’s dropzone after their Merseyside mauling, and after a dreadful run of eight defeats in 11 games in the competitions, Silva can have few complaints when his imminent removal from office is eventually confirmed.
The Toffees fragile state should open the door wide enough for Chelsea to come in and snatch three points at Goodison Park in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off, and the Blues picked up a much needed, confidence-building three points in their own mid-week outing.
Having been turned over at home by West Ham in the shock result of last weekend’s topflight programme, Chelsea bounced straight back at the Bridge on Wednesday with a 2-1 win over a dogged Aston Villa outfit. The victory was Chelsea’s seventh in nine Premier League matches since mid-September, and the Blues’ performances away from home during that stretch were particularly impressive.
Frank Lampard’s young charges were edged out by defending champions Manchester City in their last away day assignment, but before that the Blues recorded five straight Premier League wins on the road, scoring a whopping 19 times in the process.
In contrast, Everton managed to win just one of their last five league games at Goodison Park, and their embarrassing 0-2 defat to Norwich in their last match on home turf plunged more than a couple of nails in to Marco Silva’s Toffees’ coffin.
Enyimba target home win against San Pedro
Enyimba Football Club of Aba are targeting a home win against San Pedro of Cote d’Ivoire on Sunday in order to get their CAF Confederation Cup campaign back on track after a 2-0 loss at Hassainia Agadir of Morocco last weekend.
The loss in Agadir has left Enyimba bottom of Group D after San Pedro and AC Paradou from Algeria shared the points in Abidjan in the other game of the section.
Enyimba coach Usman Abdalla said his team would be gunning for maximum points on Sunday as they hope to reach the knockout rounds of the Confederation Cup.
“The main goal for Sunday is to get the three points first,” he said. “If it comes with some bonus of goals it will go a long way, but I think the three points are very important to get so that we can get ourselves in the race.”
He further said: “The players have understood the task ahead of us. “We’ve spoken to them about the loss (against Hassania) and we all understand the situation we are in and you can see the attitude in the training ground is positive.
“We’ve been training very hard and the response is quite interesting from the players. I’m happy with their response and their attitude in training.” Captain Andrew Abalogu has assured fans Enyimba will step up their game against San Pedro so as to claim the full points at stake.
LaLiga Santander co-leaders Barcelona, Madrid back in action
aLiga co-leaders Barcelona and Real Madrid headline another round of intriguing fixtures including Saturday’s Valencia city derby and Sunday’s relegation six pointer at Butarque.
Third-placed Sevilla remain right in a historically tight title race with Basque side Athletic Club and Real Sociedad also showing championship form through recent weeks, while this weekend’s games should also help clarify the situation towards the bottom as we move towards the winter break.
The action began Friday evening with Villarreal hosting Atletico de Madrid and both teams looking for a lift after disappointing defeats last weekend. This has traditionally been a tricky fixture for Diego Simeone’s men, with two draws and two Villarreal wins over the last four seasons.
Saturday’s action begins as Real Madrid host RCD Espanyol with the two teams currently in very contrasting form. Los Blancos’ current LaLiga topscorer Karim Benzema has six goals in his last six games against Los Periquitos, including a superbly taken double last January.
Granada’s form has faded recently after their fine start and they now sit 10th, with equal number of wins as defeats [six] and goals scored and conceded . Saturday’s visitors to Los Carmenes are D. Alaves, whose strike pair Lucas Perez and Joselu are both in excellent form.
Saturday’s city derby between Levante and Valencia should be a cracker, with the teams currently separated by just three points and three places in the LaLiga table. Los Granotas are strong at home with four wins and just one loss in seven outings, while Los Che are formidable on the road, so a match in the spirit of last season’s entertaining 2-2 draw looks a distinct possibility.
Newly crowned Ballon d’Or 2019 winner Lionel Messi will lead Barcelona out at the Camp Nou against RCD Mallorca on Saturday evening, having either scored or assisted 10 of his team’s last 13 LaLiga goals. The Balearic Islanders have yet to pick up a point away in 2019/20 but did pick up a creditable 1-1 in this fixture in 2010 when Messi also scored.
Sunday starts at Ipurua with an Eibar team looking over their shoulders at the relegation zone after three straight defeats hosting a Getafe side dreaming of Champions League qualification after 11 points from their last five games.
In even better form are Athletic Club who have taken 13 from the last 15 points available to climb to fourth in LaLiga, ahead of their trip on Sunday to Real Betis where Los Verdiblancos have been specialising in grabbing late winners in recent weeks.
Chelsea freed to spend again in January as transfer ban is halved by CAS
Chelsea have been freed to spend again in January, with an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport seeing their two-window ban cut in half.
The Blues saw sanctions imposed on them by FIFA in March when world football’s governing body took action against the Premier League outfit and their registration of foreign players under the age of 18. It was determined that Chelsea should be prevented from adding any fresh faces to their squad until the summer of 2020.
That embargo threatened to put a serious spanner in the works of an ambitious outfit, with owner Roman Abramovich having invested heavily during his time at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues were, however, quick to lodge appeals to the relevant authorities. FIFA refused to buckle when seeing their ruling contested, but CAS has stated that restrictions can now be lifted.
Its statement read: “The FIFA Appeal Committee decision dated 11 April 2019, in which CFC was declared liable for violations of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (RSTP) and banned from registering new players, nationally and internationally, for two (2) entire and consecutive registration periods, fined CHF 600,000, reprimanded and warned on its future conduct, has been modified.
“The following sanctions have now been imposed by the CAS: CFC is banned from registering any new players, ei- ther nationally or internationally, for one (1) entire regis- tration period, which the club already served during the 2019 summer registration period. “CFC is ordered to pay a fine to FIFA of the amount of CHF 300,000 (three hundred thousand Swiss Francs).”
Sports5 hours ago
Sunday service with Pastor Taribo West
Politics5 hours ago
I won’t divert Edo State money to Lagos –Idehen
Show Biz5 hours ago
Inject glitz into your style with short Ankara wrap dress
BREAKING NEWS20 hours ago
UP DATE: DSS finally re-arrests Sowore
News4 hours ago
Makinde jokingly jabs Ajimobi in LAUTECH address in video
Sports22 hours ago
Gulf Cup semis: S’Arabia triumphs over Qatar, Bahrain downs Iraq
BREAKING NEWS20 hours ago
JUST IN: DSS allegedly attempts to rearrest Sowore, Bakare in court
Metro and Crime14 hours ago
Nnamdi Kanu’s father dies at 86