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Iyke Leo Igbokwe
The Team Manager of Bimo Sporting Club, a Nigeria National League Football Club side registered in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Barrister Iyke Leo Igbokwe, has petitioned the procedure and guidelines for the conduct of the 2019 FCT F.A Board Elections and threatened that if not corrected before the scheduled June 13 election he may forced to take it higher.
The Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) has confirmed the match schedule for the 2022 FiFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Imo State Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria, Rev. Dr. Divine Eches Divine, has said that Igbo presidency in 2023 is incontestable, arguing that it will be Nigeria’s political solution.
MTN Nigeria Plc (MTN) has announced the trial of e-SIM services on its network based on approvals received from the Federal Government.
The State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said that approval was given for the Health Service Commission to employ over 760 health workers of which 400 would be doctors in line with the government’s commitment towards addressing the shortage of health workers across the state.
Former Bulgaria striker Dimitar Berbatov believes Gareth Bale’s time with Real Madrid is up after his disrespectful behaviour during his team’s 2-0 win over Alaves in La Liga on Saturday.
Global oil prices fell on Friday, adding to steep losses from the previous session, and were headed for weekly declines on worries that renewed lockdowns following a surge in coronavirus cases in the United States and elsewhere would suppress fuel demand.
The Commander of 303 Medium Airlift Group, Ilorin, Air Commodore I. V. Ajiboye, has called on the university community for technological solution that would give the armed forces an advantage in the fight against insurgency.
Amid final preparations for the take-off of the Western Nigeria Security Network, popularly known as Amotekun Corps in Ondo state, no fewer than 500 people recruited for the exercise have commenced a four weeks training.
According to the tweet, the evacuees would arrive at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, at 6:00 pm via @eayptair.
Seventeen states and Washington, DC have filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration’s policy that would prevent international students who are taking online courses from remaining in the US.