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Sir Alex Ferguson applauds fans before Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Wolves at Old Trafford. Photograph- Matthew Lewis-Getty Images

Liverpool, Manchester City cruise as Manchester United held on Sir Alex Ferguson’s return

Liverpool and Manchester City’s shootout for the Premier League title intensified on Saturday with comfortable wins over Southampton and Cardiff, while Manchester United were held 1-1 by Wolves on the day Alex Ferguson returned to Old Trafford.

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Why many Nigerians won’t leave South Africa despite xenophobia

Two months after taking up the teaching job, what would seem like the first sign of xenophobia reared its head. The South African authorities came up with a law barring all foreigners from their education sector. “I had no option but to resort to buying and selling.”
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Governor Lalong denies linking President Buhari to N100 billion for NLTP

Plateau state governor, Simon Bako Lalong, has refuted media reports quoting him to have said that the federal government, through the National Economic Council, chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, had approved N100 billion for the National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP).
West African leaders meeting in Burkina Faso have announced a one-billion-dollar plan to combat rising insecurity in the Sahel region.

West African leaders pledge $1bn to fight armed groups

West African leaders meeting in Burkina Faso have announced a one-billion-dollar plan to combat rising insecurity in the Sahel region.