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Alanya 2018 Women’s Cup
The Super Falcons of Nigeria have been drawn alongside Kazakhstan, Kosovo and France in the Alanya 2018 Women’s Cup.
Facebook has said it would no longer allow pre-installation of its WhatsApp, Instagram and other apps on new Huawei phones.
Federal government restates commitment to implementing low sulphur, ozone-friendly refrigeration policy
The Federal Government on Friday reiterated its commitment to implement the Low Sulphur Policy and Ozone-Friendly Refrigeration Policy to mitigate the effects of land and air pollution in the country.
Jan Oblak wants to leave Atletico Madrid due to broken promises and join Manchester United, according to a report.
A former presidential aspirant on the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC, who later defected to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Charles Udeogaranya, has called on Femi Gbajabiamila, to withdraw from the House of Representatives Speakership race, as according to him, APC lacks national consciousness.
No fewer than seven suspected cult members are feared killed in the supremacy battle between members of the Eiye and Aiye confraternities in the Shomolu and Bariga areas of Lagos State.
Members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the five southeastern states on the platform of the South-east Equity Alliance have asked the party to cede the seat of the Speaker of the House of Representatives to the zone in the spirit of equity and fairness.
Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Tokunbo Idowu, popularly known as TBoss has added her voice to the list of people who believed social media should be banned in Nigeria, due to some of its negative effect.
Barbara Bonansea fired Italy to a remarkable comeback win over Australia after her brace, including a stoppage-time winner, claimed a 2-1 Group C victory on Sunday.
Diego Simeone has been urged to become “the Alex Ferguson of Atletico Madrid” by club president Enrique Cerezo.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said over one million new cases of curable sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are being reported daily among people aged 15 to 49 years.