Wolves make €12m bid for Osayi-Samuel in the hope of bringing him to England this summer

ENGLISH Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers have made a €12m bid for Super Eagles fullback Bright Osayi-Samuel in the hope of prizing him away from Turkish giants Fenerbahçe ahead of the start of the forthcoming 2024/05 season.

 

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EFCC accused of double standards saying Bobrisky did not get any breaks like Yahaya Bello

FORMER vice president Atiku Abubakar's one-time spokesman Daniel Bwala has raised concerns about the fact that ex-Kogi State governor Yahaya Bello is enjoying legal privileges denied to recently-jailed cross-dresser Idris Okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky.

 

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With the busy summer period approaching when all nations on earth make a fortune from tourism fast-approaching, I wonder what President Tinubu’s plans are

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[1] We are to soon enter May and by now, most people have already booked their holidays for the forthcoming busy summer period when tourism is at its peak. Hundreds of countries make billions during this period but alas, does Nigeria make a dime?

[2] Do we even keep records of how many tourists visit Nigeria annually?

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University of East Anglia offers foreign students scholarship of over £33,000 to come and study

BRITAIN'S University of East Anglia (UEA) has announced scholarships worth £33,150 and offered to provide transportation expenses of up to £4,000 per year to Nigerians seeking to do masters programmes there as part of a plan to keep student numbers high.

 

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No nation on planet earth has ever industrialised or made a quantum leap forward without a serious dose of national discipline

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[1] Nigerians like to hide behind the excuse of bad leaders but they are just being dishonest. They know deep down that even if our leaders want to be honest men, we will not let them be honest men. Nigeria’s leaders are a mirror image of the rest of society

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EFCC boss vows to resign if Yahaya Bello gets away revealing how he used state funds to pay school fees

ECONOMIC and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) chairman Ola Olukoyede has vowed to resign if he fails to bring former Kogi State governor Yahaya Bello to justice after revealing the impunity of his corruption that involved using state funds to pay his kids' schoolfees.

 

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Earlier this week, Germany handed over 80 top-of-the range Leopard tanks to Ukraine. It is time President Tinubu started demanding similar support for Nigeria’s fight against terrorism

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[1] Nigeria does not need loans or grants but proper foreign direct investment (FDI) to build up her industrial capacity. Central to being a proud sovereign nation is the ability to manufacture the armaments required by our security forces

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Inspector-general of police warns against creating state forces saying the process will be abused

INSPECTOR-general of police Olukayode Egbetokun has dampened expectations of Nigeria moving towards the creation of state police forces soon pointing out that the country is not yet politically mature enough for such a development.

 

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Given the incessant demand for their use and the size of the Nigerian motorcycle market, it is unbelievable that President Tinubu has not launched an aggressive manufacturing plan

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[1] If we were a right thinking people, the humble motorcycle would radically transform the Nigerian economy. By my calculations, Nigeria is the world's fifth largest user of motorcycles behind India, Vietnam, Indonesia and China

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