Mikel restrained from punching Fernebahce's Emre who used the N world on him during league match

FORMER Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi had to be restrained by team mates over the weekend as he nearly punched Turkish player Emre Belozoglu who used racist language on him calling him a Nigger during a heated league match.

 

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Lagos State and Chinese embassy agree on quarantine regime for returning migrants

LAGOS State government officials and the Chinese embassy have reached an agreement on how travellers returning from China will be quarantined to prevent the spread of the corona virus across Nigeria.

 

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Amotekun will be protected by a anti-corruption unit or an ombudsman to prevent graft

GOVERNORS of the six states in southwestern Nigeria have resolved to set up anti-corruption units to monitor the funding of the regional security organisation Amotekun to ensure that its funds are not misappropriated.

 

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10 effects the recent US visa ban will have on Nigeria's elite

By Ayo Akinfe

[1] They will no longer be able to send their children to the US to go to school as before

[2] They will no longer be able to go to the US for medical treatment

[3] Our government will no longer get priority at US summits

[4] There will be little addition to the $5.6bn US foreign direct investment in Nigeria

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Kwara's APC chapter and the Afonja Union say they both want to see Amotekun in their state

KWARA State's house of assembly may join the six states of the southwest geo-political zone and pass legislation authorising the creation of the Amotekun security outfit after getting the support of the local All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Afonja Union.

 

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Women who receive transport money but refuse to show up can be jailed for up to five years

LADIES who fail to honour meeting arrangements after collecting transport fares from men face the prospect of spending five years in jail for fraud if they are dragged to court according to the Nigerian Police Force (NPF).

 

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Nigeria needs to look at generating about $10bn from the sale of Amotekun memorabilia annually on both the domestic and international markets

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) Why are football clubs cash cows? Because they sell millions of pieces of memorabilia worldwide to a lot of people over the globe. Barcelona, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Man United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Juventus, Inter Milan, Bayern Munich, etc all rake in memorabilia millions annually. Why have we not learnt from this?

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Ganiyu Adams says those opposed to Amotekun will be struck down by ancestral gods

AARE Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland Otunba Gani Adams has warned that anyone opposed to the creation of the regional security outfit Amotekun would die mysteriously by the ancestral gods of our forefathers.

 

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Nigeria looks to recover $62bn from oil companies after court rules they are short-changing Niger Delta states

NIGERIA is looking to retrieve $62bn from international oil companies that have explored crude in the country since 1958 claiming that the government deserves an increased share of the revenue that is generated from their operations.

 

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World Bank's IFC removes Nigeria from top five emerging market investment destinations

WORLD bank subsidiary the International Finance Corporate (IFC) has removed Nigeria from the list of top five emerging markets investment destinations as a result of the failure to upgrade infrastructure that has scared investors away.

 

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