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The Malawi Football Association president, Walter Nyamilandu, was elected to the Fifa Council at a special sitting of the Confederation of African Football (Caf) Executive Committee in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt on Sunday.
Madonna has plans to open a football academy in Malawi, a move inspired by her adopted son David Banda, who has ambitions to be a professional player and is at Portuguese club Benfica's youth academy.
A young Brazilian man who murdered two cousins aged one and three and dismembered their parents was handed a rare life sentence in Spain on Thursday.
UN peacekeepers and Congolese troops have been wounded in an offensive against a militia in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the United Nations' mission to the country said on Thursday.
Two former presidents of Madagascar look set to compete in a hotly-contested run-off election in December after partial results on Thursday showed they were frontrunners in the first-round vote.
The Oodua Peoples Congress says it has no preferred candidates among those jostling for political offices in the 2019 general elections.
The Commander, Sector 1, ‘Operation Delta Safe’, under the 6 Brigade Command of the Nigerian Army, Col. Alhassan Grema, has assured the indigenes within its area of responsibility of the cooperation of his men and officers in enhancing cordial relationship through its civil-military efforts.
The Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, has urged troops in the North-East not to relent in the fight against the Boko Haram insurgents as the terrorists have been highly degraded and are expiring.
Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange reversed to the negative territory on Wednesday due to profit taking with the market capitalisation shedding N18 billion.
University of Port Harcourt on Monday emerged the overall winner of the 14th West Africa University Games hosted by the institution in Port Harcourt.
The Federal Inland Revenue Service on Friday said it generated N4.3 trillion as tax revenue between January and October this year.
A medical practitioner, Dr. Sunday Adepoju, has berated the perpetrators of Female Genital Mutilation, describing the practice as evil and unscientific.