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A self-confessed lover of sport and money, millionaire Saudi Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad is about to become the owner of humble French second division club Chateauroux.

Millionaire Saudi prince to buy French club

A self-confessed lover of "sport and money", millionaire Saudi Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad is about to become the owner of humble French second division club Chateauroux.

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States assembly speakers storm Asaba for quarterly conference

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Nigerian artists and entrepreneurs bank on crypto-art

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The Lagos Free Zone stated that the European Business Chambers are exploring opportunities for investment in the country, through the zone.

European companies mull investment in Lagos Free Zone

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Court jails Ponzi scheme operator over fraudulent Bitcoin deal

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Bothered by the growing food insecurity in the country, the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) yesterday hinted that it was collaborating with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to strategise on best weather and climate services model to mitigate negative impact of weather to agriculture.
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Senator Melaye, car dealer biker over N14.5 million unpaid balance for Mercedes Benz

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