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Arsenal have signed a new kit sponsorship deal with adidas which is expected to be worth close to £60 million-per-year.
Rwanda has defended its decision to sponsor English football club side, Arsenal, following criticism from its Western allies.
The governments of the Republic of Rwanda and Abia State have agreed to work together for the mutual development of both governments and their peoples. The agreement was reached on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at the Ministry of External Affairs, Kigali in the Republic of Rwanda.
President Muhammadu Buhari returned to the country on Tuesday after a five-day visit to Makkah, Saudi Arabia, where he performed Umrah (Lesser Hajj).
Chelsea stars want manager Maurizio Sarri to leave the club at the end of the season as they threatened to quit if the Italian remain as the head coach next season.
The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) says it has trained more than 200 youths toward building their capacity to embark on business successfully and to promote exportation.
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala of Juventus and Sergio Aguero of Manchester City headed the 23-man Copa America squad announced by Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni on Tuesday.
Oladele said the advice had become necessary as the number of unclaimed driver’s licences had hit 11,423, and increasing due to the non-challant attitude of applicants in Ogun.
Gareth Southgate has revealed that it wasn't a hard decision to leave Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw out of his England squad for the Nations League finals, insisting Ben Chilwell and Danny Rose are ahead of him.
His jersey may still be wet with sweat after calling time on his illustrious playing career but Xavi is already excited about a potential Barcelona return as coach some day.
Middlesbrough of England midfielder, John Mikel Obi, is set to make a decisive announcement before heading out to the Africa Cup of Nations, as the Super Eagles’ captain wants to reveal the next club he will play for ahead of his national team assignment at the continental soccer showpiece.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has explained the recent staff movements in the Corporation, saying it was normal replacement and backfill exercise to bridge the gap occasioned by impending retirement of some management staff of the Corporation, among others.
After telling Crystal Palace he wants to leave this summer, winger Wilfried Zaha would reportedly consider moving back to Manchester United.