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Senator Saraki disburses N10.4 million to Kwara APC women leaders

The Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki on Sunday disbursed N10.4 million to 52 women leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Kwara.

Official: Kaduna to host volleyball coaches training

The North West Zonal Office of Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports is organising a four-day coaching course in Kaduna to be sponsored by the President of Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF), Mr Musa Nimrod.

Senator Saraki pays N49 million salary arrears of Kwara traditional rulers

Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, yesterday offset the 20 months’ salary arrears owed 220 traditional chiefs in his constituency, Kwara Central senatorial district.

Abubakar Bala: Kwara United mentally boosted by ABS friendly win

Coach Abubakar Bala says Kwara United got a mental boost from Sunday's 2-0 win over ABS FC in a friendly played at the Kwara Sports Complex in Ilorin.

Garba Lawal takes charge of new NNL club Real Bees

Two-time Nigeria World Cup star Garba Lawal has been appointed the head coach and team manager of newly founded Nigeria National League (NNL) side Real Bees of Kaduna.

Akwa United unveils new players set for new season

The new players according to information dished out by the club include Dennis Nya acquired from Lobi Stars, Etim Mathew from Rangers international, Adeshina Gata from ABS and Ajiboye Otegbeye from Sunshine Stars of Akure.

CHAN: Super Eagles invitee Suraj Ayeleso vows to impress

CHAN Eagles latest invitee Suraj Ayeleso vows to continue working hard so as to make the cut for the African Nations Championship in Morocco next month.

Senator Saraki most vilified, yet the best – Chuks Okocha

An Aide to the President of the Senate Dr Bukola Saraki has said that he (Saraki) had continued to break many new grounds as the Senate’s President in spite of being “vilified”.

Heart disease most prominent cause of death in Australia

Heart disease was the leading cause of death among Australians in 2016, data released on Wednesday revealed.

Anambra guber: Boycott poll at your peril – Group tells electorate

A pro-democracy group, Democracy Network, has urged voters in Anambra state to disregard calls by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to boycott the polls, saying doing so would be detrimental to their wellbeing.

Shooting Stars fire 20 players, coach Fatai Amoo’s fate undecided

Shooting Stars have begun the process of trimming down their squad ahead of life in the second tier of Nigerian football.

NPFL: Wikki beat Gombe to avoid relegation

Wikki Tourists have retained their Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) status following their 2-0 win against relegated Gombe United in a rescheduled matchday 38 clash in Maiduguri on Saturday.

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