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Rui Patricio

Sporting Lisbon seek £175m for trio who quit club

Sporting Lisbon want compensation of up to 197m euros (£175m) for three players who terminated their contracts and have since joined other clubs.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is set to be sacked by Sporting just eight days after being appointed

Sporting Lisbon fire Sinisa Mihajlovic after nine days

Sporting Lisbon fired coach Sinisa Mihajlovic on Wednesday, just nine days after he was appointed by former club president Bruno de Carvalho.

Sporting releases Jorge Jesus to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal

Sporting have agreed to release coach Jorge Jesus, one of the staff attacked by fans in May, so he can take a position in Saudi Arabia.

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1.8 million vulnerable women get N15 billion through federal government’s conditional cash transfer

National Coordinator, Conditional Cash Transfer Unit, Mrs. Temitope Sinkaiye, says the Federal Government has spent up to N15bn on 1.8 million vulnerable women across 20 states.
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United Nations meeting adopts migration pact despite withdrawals

A United Nations conference adopted a migration pact in front of leaders and representatives from around 150 countries in Morocco on Monday, despite a string of withdrawals driven by anti-immigrant populism.
Oliver Stolpe

UN: World loses $2.3 trillion to corruption annually

Oliver Stolpe, Country Representative, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), has said that the world loses $2.3 trillion to corruption annually.
President Buhari participates at the African Youth Congress against Corruption Summit in Abuja on 9th Dec 2018-6

2019: Group backs Muhammadu Buhari for rejecting electoral bill

Political group Progressive Yoruba Youth Congress (PYYC) has backed President Muhammadu Buhari for refusing to assent to a piece of legislation from the National Assembly.
Lindiwe Sisulu

South Africa protests to Rwanda over social media ‘insult’

South Africa has summoned the Rwandan envoy in Pretoria over apparently offensive remarks directed at South African International Relations minister, Lindiwe Sisulu.