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Senegal coach Aliou Cisse has named five uncapped players in his 23-man squad for the Teranga Lions' 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Madagascar next month.
Senegalese international and Stoke City forward Mame Diouf has signed a new three-year contract and is looking forward to helping the Premier League club push for a top-10 finish and a trophy.
Arsene Wenger believes his side does not receive its fair share of penalty decisions, a view he claimed was demonstrated in their 1-0 Premier League defeat at Stoke City.
US Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday President Donald Trump plans to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in 2019.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has detected 1,224 dead persons’ names in its Adamawa voters’ register for the 2019 general elections.
The Presidential Committee on North-East Initiative says it is partnering key institutions to promote peace and restore normalcy in the region.
Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has revealed that his team must stifle the Super Eagles from getting into their rhythm if they are to get a win in Saturday’s crunch 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the FNB Stadium Johannesburg.
Abdu Maikaba, Flying Eagles Assistant Coach and Coach of Plateau United, on Thursday lauded Gernot Rohr’s 23-man squad to face South Africa on Saturday, describing it as outstanding.
The Lions Club has urged government at all levels to create more awareness on Diabetes and mobilise citizens to undergo regular tests in order to reduce rising human fatalities as a result of the disease.
Foremost Nigerian entertainer Folarin Falana better known by his stage name Falz has filed a lawsuit against the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC).
The Ekiti State Government has ordered heads of public primary and secondary schools, who had collected unauthorized levies at the beginning of the 2018/2019 academic year, to return same to their pupils and students.
China has postponed the lifting of a ban on the trade of rhino horn and tiger parts for medicine and other uses.
The alleged cell had members in various parts of impoverished upper Egypt and was led by an “emir” Mostafa Ahmed Abdelaal.