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SENEGALESE PRESIDENT’ S TENURE ENDS IN APRIL.

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Senegal President Macky Sall says his mandate will end on 2nd of April as president of the West African nation. Sall, however, said it was unlikely the election of a new president would be completed before then. The President's announcement came after the country's Constitutional Council, the highest election authority, ruled that a 10-month postponement of the vote was unlawful. The election...

PRESIDENT TINUBU SAYS NO GOING BACK ON REFORMS.

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President Bola Tinubu has defended his administration’s reforms, saying there is no going back on them. President Tinubu made this known while receiving a delegation from the Corporate Council on Africa, led by its President and Chief Executive Officer, Florizelle Liser. The President had on his inauguration declared an end to the fuel subsidy regime and later floated the naira alongside...

Victor Osimhen equalises for Napoli against Barcelona

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Napoli have managed to carve out a surprising equaliser against Barcelona through star striker Victor Osimhen. The Italian side have been uninspiring to say the least in front of their home crowd, offering virtually no threat to the Barcelona goal. And when the visitors notched in front it appeared as though this leg was going to get away from Napoli. But...

Porto defeat leaves Arsenal with an awkward Champions League problem to Solve.

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A twist on the night, from one glorious curling long-range effort. It really was something out of nothing. Just when Arsenal’s trip to Porto seemed to be drifting towards the most dismal of 0-0s, Wenderson Galeno took hold and let fly to suddenly leave Mikel Arteta’s side having a lot to do in the second leg of this Champions League last-16 tie. They now must...

Liverpool avoid Luton Town scare to move four points clear at Premier League summit.

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Liverpool survived a major scare to boost their Premier League title hopes as they scored four second-half goals to come from behind and beat Luton Town 4-1 at Anfield on Wednesday night. The Reds were initially frustrated by the Hatters, who opened the scoring early in the first half against the run of play courtesy of a close-range header from Chiedozie Ogbene. However, two goals...

Charlie Woods to compete in pre-qualifier for PGA Tour event.

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Charlie Woods, the son of 15-times major winner Tiger Woods, will compete in a pre-qualifier event as he bids to secure a place in the PGA Tour's Cognizant Classic next week in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The 15-year-old Woods will play on Thursday in an 18-hole event at Lost Lake Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida, one of four pre-qualifying...

Xabi Alonso ‘would prefer to join Bayern Munich over Liverpool’ after Thomas Tuchel was sacked but allowed to stay until the end of the season – and the Bundesliga...

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Xabi Alonso would prefer to join Bayern Munich over Liverpool but remains firmly focused on seeing out the season with Bayer Leverkusen, according to reports. The highly-rated Alonso finds himself at the centre of a tug-of-war between the two heavyweight clubs after leading Leverkusen to the cusp of the Bundesliga title. His side hold an eight-point advantage over champions Bayern and recently beat them 3-0, a result...

BEYONCÉ BECOMES FIRST BLACK WOMAN TO TOP BILLBOARD HOT COUNTRY SONGS CHART

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Beyoncé has officially become the first Black woman to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart with her new single, “Texas Hold ’Em.” Billboard revealed Tuesday (February 20), that both the aforementioned track and Bey’s other new single “16 Carriages” made for her first two entries on the chart, with the latter debuting at No. 9. Both songs were released in...

Barry Keoghan discusses ‘true vulnerability’ of nudity scene in Saltburn

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Barry Keoghan has said he feels his nudity scene in Saltburn was “true vulnerability” as he paid homage to the viral moment in Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue photoshoot. In Emerald Fennell’s black comedy, the Irish actor plays a student at Oxford who becomes enthralled by a wealthier classmate and pays a visit to his sprawling estate. At the end of the...

CUSTOMS UNVEILS PLAN TO DISTRIBUTE CONFISCATED FOOD ITEMS NATIONWIDE.

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The Nigeria Customs Service, has announced its readiness to distribute confiscated food products to alleviate the current hardships faced by Nigerians. It clarified that the distribution would occur after each food item undergoes certification to ensure its suitability for human consumption. Its Comptroller General, Bashir Adeniyi, revealed plans for the agency to donate confiscated food items to Nigerians in response to...