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Saturday, 10 September 2016

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Recession is not a 100 metre race – CBN tells Nigerians


The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has stated that the economic recession currently facing the country is not a 100 metre race but a marathon, hence Nigerians should brace up to the challenge.
This was disclosed yesterday in Enugu by the acting Director of Corporate Communications of the apex bank, Mr. Isaac Okorafor, while speaking at the ongoing CBN Fair in Enugu.
He declared that Nigerians must do this by patronising made-in Nigeria goods, instead of spending hard currencies in importing items like toothpick from China or chickens from South Africa.
Okorafor, who blamed the elites for the problems, pointed out that “farmers eat what they produced”.
His words, “We should stop importing chicken when we have them here. Nigeria should brace up. This is not 100 metre marathon. Let us brace up and change our ways.
“The most hit now are people who have refused to realise that we ought to eat what we produce, like the elite. Farmers eat what they produce.”
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Super Eagles not favourites to qualify for 2018 World Cup – Rohr


Technical Adviser of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, has admitted that the team is not the favourite, to clinch the sole ticket to the 2018 World Cup, from Group B of Africa’s qualifying series.
Although the German said that Algeria and Cameroon are stronger teams, he promised to do everything possible, to ensure Nigeria make it to Russia.
According to the former coach of Gabon and Burkina Faso national teams: “It is a very big challenge and I accept it, I know that it will be difficult but I believe that we can succeed.
“Actually Nigeria is no longer ranked top in Africa. I don’t know why, they are not even in the top 10 but ranked 16 in Africa. So they are not the favourite.
“The favourites are Algeria and Cameroon. Nigeria was not at the last AFCON and will not still be going to the next one, but we will go to the World Cup.”
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There was no food, no bus for training – Mikel Obi opens up on 2016 Olympics debacle

Chelsea midfielder, Mikel John Obi, has lifted the lid on what really went on, as Nigeria’s U-23 team prepared for the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Brazil.
The 29-year-old captained the Dream Team VI to bronze in men’s football, despite the many challenges they were faced with before the competition.
“It wasn’t a great experience in the build-up in Atlanta (training camp). There was no food for the guys, no bus to go to training, no pitch to train on,” he told Chelsea’s official website.
“Coming into the team I tried to help as much as I can. The boys had suffered for two years, working very hard trying to play in Rio. I wanted to help as much as I could and they all say they owe me. It’s a great achievement that we managed to go there and win a medal (a bronze).”
Mikel Obi also compared his roles at Chelsea and his country, where he tends to score more.
“I always do (score) when I play for the national team! I tend to push a bit further forward and express myself a little bit more, so there is more responsibility to create chances, and if I can get one or two goals here and there it’s great.”
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Top 10 attractions that make Dubai, Dubai

dubai-bannerBigger is always best – especially in Dubai. The city is always changing with new architectural masterpieces, marinas and canals appearing almost overnight. Apart from world famous landmarks, Dubai is also known for its shopping. The 2016 Global Retail Destination Index from Savills ranked Dubai higher than Fifth Avenue in New York, Regent Street in London and Champs-Elysees in Paris in terms of overall retail facility and amenities quality.
Dubai is not only a top global retail destination; it also offers an array of contrasting cultures, stunning beaches and rolling desert sand dunes. VIP Express Tourism Limited compiled this list of the Top 10 Dubai attractions to ensure the first time visitor and seasoned traveller can experience all the best Dubai has to offer.
1. Burj Khalifa
Standing at over 828 metres high, the world’s tallest tower, Burj Khalifa is hard to miss. It dominates the Dubai city skyline from 2010 but the true grandeur of the building is best appreciated up close. Make sure you experience the stunning unobstructed 360-degree view from the At the Top observation deck on level 124 or, even better, from the world’s highest outdoor observation deck on the 148th floor.
2. The Dubai Mall
Next stop shopping! Known as the largest mall in the world by total area, the Dubai Mall is right next to the Burj Khalifa. This sprawling mall features over 1200 shops and 150 restaurants. The venue is home to an indoor theme park, an ice rink, a huge indoor waterfall, as well as a giant aquarium and underwater zoo. Even an entire day spent here isn’t enough to see it all so make sure you dedicate a whole day for this visit!
3. Palm Jumeirah
Palm Jumeirah is one of the largest artificial islands in the world. With a monorail running down the two kilometre long ‘trunk’ that connects to the mainland’s tram system, getting there is easy. This stunning feat of human ingenuity features a crown made up of 17 fronds and a surrounding crescent. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the Palm’s vast array of high-end hotels, including the Waldorf Astoria, Fairmont, One & Only, and the iconic Atlantis, The Palm. Apart from the beautiful villas and hotels that will blow your mind, a visit to Palm Jumeirah also offer an excellent view of Dubai from some distance plus access to a range of water sports.
4. Burj Al Arab
With its distinctive sail-shaped silhouette, Burj Al Arab is one of the symbols of modern Dubai. Overlooking the Persian Gulf from its perch between Palm Islands and the Jumeirah Beach, this stunning building has been admired for its architectural design and construction accomplishment since it opened in 1999. Built on sand, not rock, the 280meter tall structure has an ultra-lavish interior and has been voted as the world’s most luxurious hotel on numerous occasions. There are various viewpoints but one of the best is from the public beach next to Burj Al Arab, for the ultimate Dubai photograph.
5. Al Fahidi Historical District
The Al Fahidi historical district in Bur Dubai is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city. Formerly known as the Bastakia Quarter, this area is best enjoyed on foot. Here you will find a nostalgic view of a bygone era that showcase sand coloured houses with traditional wind towers and a maze of winding alleyways. Built in the early 1900’s, this charming neighbourhood features museums, craft shops, cultural exhibits, courtyard cafes and art galleries. Include a visit to the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding (SMCCU) where guests can take part in Arabic classes, heritage tours and guided mosque visits to better appreciate the local culture.
6. Dubai fountains
Situated outside the Dubai Mall and surrounded by a lively hub of restaurants, the Dubai fountains is both spectacular and exciting. It is the world’s largest fountain and consists of a 275 meter long central arc of jets joined to a smaller arc and five circles of jets. This choreographed fountain is the most popular free tourist attraction in the city and has a musical repertoire that includes Thriller by the late Michael Jackson, Sama Dubai, Baba Yetu (an award-winning song in Swahili), the Arab world’s top-selling dance number Shik Shak Shok, and Time to Say Goodbye, by the world-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli. An incredible light show makes viewing the Dubai fountains at night definitely worth your while.
7. The desert
Less than 20 minutes from Downtown Dubai, you can experience the marvels of the Arabian Desert. The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve is the UAE’s first national park and a must for every visit to Dubai. Enjoy a desert safari with your choice of dune bashing, quad biking, camel rides or a hot-air balloon flight over the sand at sunrise. Make sure you wear comfortable clothes and have your camera ready to capture the breath-taking views.
8. Dubai Marina
Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city, built along a three kilometres stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline. Another big one for Dubai, this is the world’s largest man-made marina and features a dramatic skyline especially when illuminated at night. Marvel at some of the world’s tallest apartment buildings as you stroll along Dubai Marina Walk or see it from the water as you set sail from the Dubai Marina Yacht Club.
9. The Gold Souk
If you are ready to haggle for it, you will find your share of some of the world’s cheapest bling in the dazzling Gold Souk. The myriad of stores offer a massive selection of fine gold, platinum, diamond and occasionally silver jewellery. With tight government enforced quality control, you can be sure your purchases here will be genuine. Even if you do not intent to make any purchases, strolling through the labyrinth of covered walk ways is a unique experience not to be missed.
10. More shopping at Khan Murjan
The Khan Murjan souk brings the authentic splendour of a 14th century souk to the heart of 21st century modern Dubai. The underground shopping maze is based on an ancient subterranean market in Baghdad and features four sections inspired by Turkish, Egyptian, Moroccan and Syrian architecture. Throughout the four quarters of Khan Murjan you’ll find various shops and vendors from across the Arab world. Leave enough time for yourself to browse all the fascinating stores at the Khan Murjan souk
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Friday, 9 September 2016

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Neymar was very close to joining Manchester United or PSG – Agent

Neymar’s agent, Wagenr Ribeiro, has revealed that the player was close to signing for Manchester United or Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
The Brazil forward, has since penned a long term contract with Barcelona until 2021.
“He was close to joining PSG,” Ribeiro told Bate-Bola Debat.
“He would have earned €40 million a year net.
“Neymar was also close to a spell at Manchester United, but he extended his contract to earn less at Barcelona because he wanted to stay at Barcelona.”
However, an unnamed PSG source, has told L’Equipe that there was no interest in Neymar.
“It’s totally false,” they said.
“With employer contributions on top, that salary would have cost more than €60m a year. It’s obscene. Neymar used us to strengthen his hand with Barcelona.”
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Man gets 6-month jail term for stealing N214,000 Church tithe in Lagos


A 28-year-old man, Elochukwu Nnoruga, is to spend six months in jail for stealing N214, 000 tithe belonging to St Patrick Catholic Church, Idumaigbo, Lagos.
Magistrate Ade Adefulire of the Tinubu Magistrate’s Court in Lagos, who gave the sentence on Thursday, ruled that the convict would spend the six months in Ikoyi Prison and gave him no option of fine.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that Nnoruga was arraigned on Aug. 17, on suspicion that he stole the amount from the Church’s tithe box.
Nnoruga promptly pleaded guilty to the one-count charge of theft.
In his judgment, the magistrate expressed disgust that people could steal from the house of God.
“It is a pity that people do not see the house of God as sacred anymore.
“This judgment should serve as a lesson to the public, if you choose crime instead of hard work, the hand of the law will always catch up with you.
“Nnoruga, you are hereby sentenced to six months imprisonment without an option of fine,” he declared.
The prosecutor, Mr Ben Ekundayo, had told the court that the convict committed the offence on Aug. 14, at about 2 p.m., at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Idumaigbo, Lagos.
Ekundayo said that the convict stole N214, 000 from the tithe box after Church service.
He said that the offence contravened Section 285 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.
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Messi has Barcelona contract for life – Bartomeu


Barcelona president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, has said Lionel Messi has a contract with the club “forever”.
The Argentine’s current deal expires in June 2018 and the club are ready for negotiations over a new contract with the 29-year-old.
“[Messi] has all the years he wants [with Barcelona]. Lionel Messi is the best ever to play football in the history of the world and he plays with us,” Bartomeu told ESPN in an interview.
“And Lionel Messi in the next coming months of course we are going to talk with him because he knows, he already knows that he has a contract forever. There is not a limit with him.
“The limit will be decided by him and right now he is 29 years old, he is talented, he is ambitious, and he’s in perfect shape to continue for many more years.”
Bartomeu went on to say that he expected negotiations to be complete shortly, adding: “For now, we think we will do it in the next coming months, but Leo Messi will continue in Barcelona, of course.”
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Thursday, 8 September 2016

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Man hangs self after losing bet in Akwa Ibom

A man identified as Uchenna has reportedly killed himself by hanging in his room along Abak road in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state capital, after his hope of winning N22,000 from sports betting crashed.
According to Daily Trust, Uchenna was a perpetual sports gambler and this time around collected his boss’ money in the hope of replacing it when he wins.
Roommate of the deceased, Ifiok, said Uchenna had been lamenting since after losing the money and got himself into a terrible state of mind.
Ifiok said, “I went out to buy something from Plaza (the city center) and on getting back, I found that everywhere was locked.
“I knew Uchenna hadn’t gone out and I wondered what must have made him to lock up himself. I tried to open the door for several minutes without success until I had to force it open.
“I then found him hanging from the ceiling fan in our room and his eyes had popped out.”
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Ronaldo, Messi not better than me – Alexis Sanchez

Alexis Sanchez

Alexis Sanchez
Chile international, Alexis Sanchez, says he does not feel inferior to either Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi and believes his abilities match those of the two most recent Ballon d’Or winners.
The Arsenal forward says he is good enough to be considered in the same bracket as the superstars.
Sanchez played alongside Messi at Barcelona, but departed Camp Nou for the Premier League ahead of the 2014-15 season in search of regular starts.
Messi and Real Madrid rival, Ronaldo are widely considered as the best two players on the planet and have held a monopoly over the Ballon d’Or award for the past eight years.
But Alexis is confident that he can be placed on their level.
He said, “I have reached a level where I can compete with great players.
“I liken [my qualities] to Messi and Ronaldo. I have the same abilities as them.”
Alexis won Liga and Copa del Rey medals with Barca and also has an FA Cup to his name with Arsenal.
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Iheanacho set to make history in Manchester Derby


On Saturday, Kelechi Iheanacho will be hoping to become the first Nigerian to score in the Manchester Derby.
The Manchester City forward, is in contention to possibly start the match at Old Trafford, following Sergio Aguero’s three-match ban for elbowing West Ham defender, Winston Reid.
Iheanacho will also be making history as the first Nigerian player ever to feature in the Derby.
21 different nationalities have scored in the Manchester Derby.
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