Police Nabs 29 Junior Secondary School Cultists

By Akinwale Kasali 29 Junior secondary students of Baptist Boys High School and Saje Secondary School in Abeokuta, Ogun State, were paraded by the Adatan Divisional Police Headquarters today. The ages brackets of the students arrested were between 12-15 years. The male students were 24, while the female were five. The cultists were nabbed by the police after a tip-off that the students were going to be initiated into the cult group by their leaders. The police in a commando style stormed the bush in Saje Secondary School where the…

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Sex Slavery In Abeokuta

By Akinwale Kasali   The area is no doubt a cynosure of all eyes. A first timer in the area would be attracted by the lights that illuminates the area, either there is power from the Ibadan Electricity company or not. The power generating set is always on as from 7pm. Ladies of easy virtue from ages between 15-21 years dressed half nude line up at the front of the hotel named Five Star Hotel, on Sapon-Ake road, Abeokuta, for prospective clients to come and have a quickie or swell…

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Mourinho Blows Hot

By Akinwale Kasali Following the abysmal display of the Manchester United players over the weekend against Crystal Palace at the Old Trafford during the 0-0 draw against the London Club in the Barclays English Premier League match, coach of the team, Jose Mourinho has told the players to stay back at their respective homes if they are unable to withstand the pressure the Manchester club is facing at the moment. Mourinho said the words is directed at the underachieving players to “stay at home” if they cannot handle the pressure to…

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AFCON 2019: Bafana Bafana Gears For Super Eagles Clash

By Akinwale Kasali With less than two weeks to the 2019 African Cup of Nations Qualifiers match between Stuart Baxter led Bafana Bafana of South Africa and three time AFCON champions, The Super Eagles of Nigeria, the coach of the former apartheid country is not leaving any stone unturned as he has named a strong 23-man squad that will trade tackles with Gernot Rohr side in Pretoria on Saturday November, 17th, to know who tops Group E. The Southern Africa country had earlier defeated the Super Eagles 2-0 at the…

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WBC Boxer, Daghio, Dies In The Ring

By Akinwale Kasali He never saw it coming, neither was it predicted that he was going to meet his death on the turf where he eke his livelihood. Christian Daghio was  knocked unconscious during a fight in Thailand. The 49-year-old, who had won seven world titles during his career, was knocked out twice in the final round of his WBC Asia title fight against Don Parueang last month, reports. After his second knockdown, Daghio was immediately treated by medical staff inside the ring but didn’t get up. The Italian had…

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Srivaddhanaprabha: Leicester City’s Visioneer Tragic End

  Death is no doubt a necessary end. But it reminds the living of his/her own mortality. No one predicted that it would be end of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. Even the sky gazers never knew Vichai would be the world farewell so soon. The author of Leicester City’s Football Fairytale bidded the world farewell in one of the saddest and ugliest circumstances, goal keeper Kasper Schmeichel said, during his speech and tribute to the Thailand business tycoon. the Thai billionaire owner of Leicester City who died after his helicopter crashed outside…

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Mikel Obi In Limbo

By Akinwale Kasali John Obi Mikel is yet to dorn the green and white jersey since the Super Eagles were booted out at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia at the group stage of the mundial. Since then, Obi is yet to feature for the Gernot Rohr tutored team. Obi ruled himself out of the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Seychelles in Victoria and the double header against Libya early this month. Reason for Obi’s absence was that he needed to concetrate more on his club career…

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Citizenship Brouhaha: Trump Blows Hot

By Akinwale Kasali The hope of Nigerians, mostly Africans is presently dangling like a pendulum, and could be dashed following the statement of President Donald Trump of the United State of America, who said that been born in the US no longer qualifies one as a citizen. It has become a norm and culture for a rich and average Nigerian, who prefer to give birth in US, for their kids to automatcially become citizens of ‘God’s Own Country’, as the US is called. Trump plans to abolish the right to…

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Lagos First Lady Donates Incubator, Ambulance To Hospitals

By Uche Nwosisi The wife of Lagos State Governor, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode has taken a critical move to actualizing the state’s government objective of reducing infant mortality rate in the state, by donating transport Incubator Ambulance to Gbagada General Hospital and Lagos Island Maternity. Ambode made this donation last Wednesday at the Gbagada General Hospital alongside committee of Lagos state officials (COWLSO), as part of their health intervention project for the year. The Lagos First Lady promised that no effort would be spared to achieving zero infant mortality in the…

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AFCON 2019: Rohr Wary Of Libya Threat

Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr believes the sudden resignation of Libya coach Adel Amrouche could motivate their rivals even more ahead of a crucial 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Saturday. Amrouche quit as Libya coach just days before the clash in Uyo, southern Nigeria, over unpaid wages. But German handler Rohr has warned over complacency. “The coach can change, but the players and his assistants are still there, so it won’t be an easy game because they changed the coach,” Rohr said. “Sometimes it’s even more difficult when a…

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