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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

“Never seen a cat take rubbish from a dog”- Sophia Momodu throws shade amid reports of Davido unfollowing her on IG





Nigerian singer, Davido’s first babymama, Sophia Momodu, has thrown heavy shades via Instagram.


This is coming shortly after ace singer, Davido, unfollowed her on his official Instagram account.



The singer was the first to unfollow her days after he was spotted hanging out with his 3rd Baby mama, Chioma.


The duo were spotted together at his concert, with Chioma rocking his new 30BG pendant having the inscription, 002.


After unfollowing Davido, Sophia took to her Instagram story to share a clip of a cat fighting with a dog.


Sharing the clip, she said: “Never seen a cat take rubbish from a dog”.



Gistreel 

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Another Former Chelsea Player Hangs His Football Boots




The Brazilian made the announcement on his official Instagram account on Wednesday, September 28th, 2022. Ramirez joined Chelsea during the summer transfer window of the 2010 season and went on to win the Premier League under Carlo Ancelotti.



He also won the UEFA Champions League with the Blues in 2012. However, he will be remembered for scoring the goal against Barcelona in the second leg of the semi-final.



The 35-year-old joined Jiangsu Suning during the 2016 transfer window before returning to his home country in Brazil to join Palmeiras in 2020.



Notjustok

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Bauchi task force arrests fake medical doctor after failed surgery, patients death




The joint task force in Bauchi State has arrested a fake medical doctor after a failed surgery.



The suspect, Andrew Godwin, who hails from Nasarawa State, was arrested on Sunday for carrying out an unsuccessful operation which led to the death of Joshua Haruna.



Haruna was aged 45 years and was a resident of Gambar Lere in Bogoro local government area of Bauchi State.



DAILY POST reports that the suspect has been living in Gambar Sabon Layi in Tafawa Balewa where he carries out his business.

The man is alleged to be a medicine store operator and has not acquired any medical certificate or approval.



The victim was cut in the stomach and the wound was left open until the following day, according to sources in the community.



The community told DAILY POST that Andrew Godwin had performed unsuccessful operations on many people who later died.



The JTF officer said they had arrested the fake health worker and handed him over to the police in the Bogoro division for more investigation.



The deceased victim was until his death, the former ward chairman of APC Boi C ward in Bogoro LGA and Campaign Coordinator of Senator Lawal Yahaya Gumau.

He has since been buried according to Christian rites.


Dailypost 

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

FAO: Peace is the sustainable solution to food insecurity




The Africa regional representative for the Food and Agriculture Organization has told delegates at a meeting in Nigeria that the 'sustainable solution' to food insecurity is 'peace'.



Abebe Haile-Gabriel was in the capital, Abuja, to discuss food security and the road to achieving the goal of zero hunger with local stakeholders.



Famine threat in Horn of Africa


The talks come just days after the United Nations warned that hundreds of thousands of people in Somalia are facing starvation.



‘The situation in Somalia is dire. There has been drought for more than four years in a row and this has devastating impact on the livelihood of the people there,’ he said.



A severe drought in the Horn of Africa has destroyed crops and killed livestock on which the survival of people in the region depend.



Food security requires peace



Haile-Gabriel highlighted the fact that achieving food security required more than just assistance to farmers.



‘The FAO has been in collaboration with some donor agencies, and procured fertilizer which is has made available to farmers in the affected region,’ he said, ‘But, this is not a sustainable solution. The sustainable solution is to find peace so that normal life can continue.’



Despite efforts to move past decades of drought and conflict, it is the third time in 10 years that Somalia has been threatened with a devastating famine.



Speaking recently at the United Nations General Assembly, Somalia’s President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud called on the country’s partners to do everything possible to help avert the famine, which also threatens the wider Horn of Africa region.


Africanews 

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Gay British-Nigerian priest celebrates second anniversary in Anglican church




Gay British-Nigerian LGBTQ rights activist and ordained cleric, Rev. Jide Macaulay, has celebrated his second anniversary as an Anglican priest.


The cleric who described himself as the only ordained homosexual that God loves, took to Instagram to share his gruelling journey to the priesthood.


He spoke of the trials, media attacks, emotional, and psychological abuse, racism and homophobia he faced for many years.



He said, ” Several years, going through the wilderness of anxieties and facing many attacks, I describe as spiritual darkness, religious abuse and wickedness in high places. I had developed chronic anxieties and depression, leading to high blood pressure.



“I had faced years of racism, xenophobia, malicious acts, homophobia and stigmatisation by the Christian communities I trusted. But in all, I laid it at the feet of Jesus in my lamentation.



“The attacks were not just by strangers, who called for me to be executed, the death threats offline, online and in the media. But also some Christians, some Anglicans, and family members attacked me verbally, emotionally and psychologically, they did so much to torment me and do everything to destroy me.



“Am the ordained homosexual that God loves. This might be difficult for many but it’s been the joy of my life to serve God.



“In all of this God is faithful. I am thankful that I surrounded myself with people who reminded me of my worth and validated my existence and ministry.



“Today is not about regrets but a reminder that the stones the builders rejected proudly becomes the cornerstone.



“Congrats Jide for your journey to priesthood. Happy 2nd anniversary”, he wrote.

Recall that the reverend, who fled Nigeria to the U.K after his church was attacked several times for being pro-LGBT, has been at the forefront of championing the equal rights of LGBTIQ+ persons and helping them to reconcile their sexuality with their Christian faith through his faith-based organization, House of Rainbow, which he started in Nigeria.



Macaulay was featured in the documentary ‘Am I Too Gay for God? last year. The film revealed his struggles with the Church’s teachings about homosexuality. Besides, same-sex marriage has been legal in Great Britain since 2013, but it’s a right the Church of England doesn’t recognize.


Dailypost 

Monday, September 26, 2022

Monday, September 26, 2022

Alexander-Arnold out of England’s match against Germany






Trent Alexander-Arnold has once again been left out of England’s matchday squad for tonight’s Nations League clash with Germany at Wembley – but Brentford striker Ivan Toney is included and could make his international debut.



The Liverpool right-back didn’t play a single minute as England lost 1-0 against Italy at the San Siro on Friday and now has no more chances to impress manager Gareth Southgate before the World Cup.



The Daily Mail reports that AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori, West Ham winger Jarrod Bowen, Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse and the suspended Manchester City attacker Jack Grealish are the other players left out.



Alexander-Arnold is widely considered one of the best attacking full backs in the world, but there are question marks over his defensive ability.



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Jurgen Klopp’s side have been suspect at the back all season, with the 23-year-old criticised after a humbling 4-1 loss against Napoli in the Champions League and after a 2-1 defeat against rivals Manchester United in the Premier League.



His omission portrays that he will only have featured in five of England’s 31 games leading up to the World Cup, an astonishing statistic which shows his distance from Southgate’s thinking.



Daily Mail noted that Alexander-Arnold was an eye-catching omission from the last major tournament, the 2020 European Championships which ended in a spot-kick defeat against Italy in the final, with injury – although his knock saved Southgate the awkward decision of leaving him out even if he were fully fit, which may well have happened anyway.



Although right back is one of England’s strongest positions, he still appears to be behind Kyle Walker, Reece James and Kieran Trippier in the pecking order.



Southgate said, “Of course, he does have a fantastic range of passing, we’re blessed with different profiles of player in that position. If we play with wing-backs, Trippier and Reece James are also exceptional with the ball and we’re always having to look at the full package and assess the players on all of their attributes.



“It’s a really difficult position to make decisions on, but we have to go with the ones we believe, and ultimately I’ll be judged on the outcome, as we know. I don’t see risks.

“You can have a style of play and a way of playing, and a balance to the team, that… at Liverpool they find a way of playing that brings the best out of his attributes.



“And that’s what we’re all trying to do with every team, you’re trying to build a team that accentuates the positives, and within the group protects yourselves against how the opponents might come from you.”


Punchng

Monday, September 26, 2022

Chioma Jesus wins popularity contest against Beyonce






Nigerian gospel singer Chioma Jesus has won a popularity contest against American music star Beyonce.



A poll centered on popularity was organized for the two celebrities after a Twitter user, @Imoteda claimed it is weird for people to think that football players are “crazily popular”.




The tweet got the attention of many football fans. While many countered the claim, another Twitter user organized a poll between Chioma Jesus and Beyonce with the caption “who is more popular”.


Chioma Jesus garnered 85.7% of the 77,864 votes cast to win the poll against Beyonce.



Gistreel 

Monday, September 26, 2022

DOA Foundation honours Adebiyi with football tourney




The DOA Foundation and the family of Mike Adebiyi on Saturday, September 24, held a mini-football tournament to keep alive Daniel Oreoluwa Adebiyi’s dream of becoming a professional footballer.



The tournament featured three schools: Chrisland School, VGC; Chrisland School, Opebi and Chrisland School, Idimu at the Park, Victoria Garden City, Lagos.



In the first match, Chrisland College, Idimu defeated Chrisland School, Ikeja  2-1, while Chrisland High School, VGC lost 1-0 to Chrisland School, Ikeja in the second match.

Chrisland School, Idimu played a goalless draw with Chrisland School, VGC in the third match.



Chrisland School, Idimu emerged as champions with four points from two matches, while Chrisland School, Ikeja and Chrisland School, VGC, had three and one points respectively.



Speaking after the event, Head of Sports, Chrisland School, VGC and a member of the organising committee, Ashiru Olaseewo, said, “The tournament is in memory of one of our students Daniel Oreoluwa Adebiyi, a very talented footballer whose dream was to play in one of the football academies in England, but death cut his dream short because he had an injury and died.



“While on the sick bed, the parents asked him what he wanted to be remembered for, and he requested that they set up a foundation for him, where this competition would be played and the MVP sponsored outside the country to a club in the UK or USA.



“The essence of this tournament is also to discover fresh talents for the national teams and to combine academics with sports.”

He added that the organisers were making plans to register more schools to participate in the next edition.



“The MVP today (Saturday) won a one-year kit sponsorship and a cash prize of N200,000. We had challenges holding the event this year, which is why we had only three of our schools.

“We had two teams from Chrisland School, VGC play in the first edition in 2021, now it’s larger because we had three schools.



“We are hoping that by 2023, we will have more schools register for the competition and the cash prize for the MVP will be around N500,000 to N1m with a scholarship to an academy in the US or UK.”


Punchng

Monday, September 26, 2022

Why Egypt sent Salah back to Liverpool before Liberia clash




Egypt has explained why Mohamed Salah was sent back to Liverpool from international duty.



A statement from the national side said they decided to rest the 30-year-old for Egypt’s friendly against Liberia on Tuesday.



Salah netted in Egypt’s 3-0 win over Niger in Alexandria on Friday and the Egypt hierarchy said they have decided that there is no need for him to play against Liberia.



A statement from the Egypt FA read: ‘The technical staff of the Egyptian national team preferred to rest Mohamed Salah and Mostafa Mohamed for the Liberia friendly after both took part in the previous match against Niger.”

Liverpool’s start to the season has been inconsistent and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool need to find their rhythm after the international break.



Baring any injury scare, Salah would be available when the Reds tackle Brighton in the Premier League on Saturday.

They will then host Rangers in the Champions League on Tuesday.


Dailypost 

Monday, September 26, 2022

Firm partners Yemi Alade, drives cultural, brand initiatives





Leading stationery, lighters, and shavers producer, the BIC, has announced its partnership with Nigerian singer, songwriter, actress, and education advocate, Yemi Alade.



The partnership, facilitated by Trace Studios, began during the back-to-school season in West Africa with the debut of the third installment in the BIC’s original video series, ‘Get A Pen You Can Rely On’, which highlights the importance of having high-quality and reliable writing products both inside and outside the classroom.



The partnership includes additional education-based initiatives to be announced that will unfold throughout the season, furthering the BIC’s commitment to improving learning conditions for millions of students by 2025.



Speaking on the new achievement, Yemi Alade said, “As a Nigerian, education enthusiast, and a Victory Grammar School and University of Lagos graduate, I am ecstatic about the upcoming initiatives with the BIC that aim to develop and shed light on the importance of education in Nigeria and West Africa.



“Partnering with the BIC on this campaign was purposeful and fun, as I continue to aim to impact upcoming generations positively.”



Commenting on the campaign, the General Manager at the BIC Nigeria, Guillaume Groues, said, “We are extremely proud to be working with Yemi on our new Back-to-School campaign, an exciting and first-of-its-kind collaboration in West Africa for the BIC. Her passion for education and experience as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme makes Yemi an ideal partner. With her help, we look forward to fostering a love for education this Back-to-School season in Nigeria and beyond.”


Punchng 

Monday, September 26, 2022

Libya: Fifth session of trial of 46 alleged IS members




Libya's Court of Appeal held Sunday (September 25) the fifth session of the trial of 46 men accused of belonging to terrorist organization: the Islamic State.



Clad in blue prison overalls the suspects appeared in the dock. Among the accused, Libyan, Tunisian, Egyptian, Algerian, 


Moroccan, Jordanian and Sudanese nationals.

They are accused of being members of a terrorist group and of carrying out killings.

During the session, which was attended by families of IS victims, the judge listened to eyewitness statements.



Islamic State organization took advantage of the turmoil following the murder of Muammar Gaddafi to set up a base in Libya in 2014. 

The following year the terrorist group captured the coastal city of Sirte. It is eventually in 2016 that it was ousted of the city after losing heavy fighting with national forces.



Fighters from the "Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous" Operation who fought battles with Islamic State militants were present at the session.

The families of the victims have appealed for the harshest punishment possible including death penalty.


According to judicial sources cited by the AFP news agency, a total of 320 suspects are facing trial.


Although the group was defeated in Libya, some experts have expressed concern that it could reappear in the country's south where its members have staged deadly ambushes against security forces.


Africanews

Monday, September 26, 2022

The Recording Academy Confirm Grammy Award Plans For Afrobeats





The Recording Academy has confirmed that plans are currently being considered to create a category for Afrobeats at the Grammy awards. This was confirmed by the CEO of the recording academy Harvey Manson Jr., to the press in Ghana.



Harvey Manson confirmed that the recording academy had a listening session with major players in the Afrobeats scene indicating that steps are involved in creating a category for Afrobeats as it has to be a proposal submitted to academy for them to make the decision which is what is currently being worked on to ensure accurate representation of the different colours and styles the Afrobeats sound possesses.


Notjustok

Saturday, September 24, 2022

Saturday, September 24, 2022

EXPOSED! How Footballer, Paul Pogba Paid A Witch Doctor £3.5m To Neutralize Mbappe




Mathias Pogba, the brother to world-famous Juventus star, Paul Pogba, has made some startling accusations against his brother.


Mathias accused the midfielder of paying at least €4 million (£3.5m) to a witch doctor who ‘neutralised’ Kylian Mbappe during Manchester United’s Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain in 2019.


Mathias was arrested a couple of weeks ago and is currently in custody in Paris over his alleged role in the blackmail plot involving Pogba.


The 37-year-old Mathias Pogba has denied his part in the attempted blackmail but has been accused of ‘extortion in an organised gang’ and ‘participation in a criminal association with a view to preparing a crime’.


Just yesterday, Friday, September 23, several pre-recorded video messages from Mathias surfaced online.


In one of the video messages, Mathias accused Pogba of paying for a witch doctor to put a spell on Paris Saint-Germain’s star-man, Mbappe for United’s Champions League tie against PSG in 2019.


Manchester United were defeated 2-0 in the first leg at Old Trafford and Pogba was red-carded during the game but staged a remarkable comeback in second leg in Paris, beating PSG 3-1, progressing to the quarter-finals.


“The turning point came with the World Cup in 2018, where Paul had more faith in the witch doctor than in God, entrusting the witch with a big task in order to help the French team win,” Mathias Pogba said in his video.


“The witch doctor would go on to tell Mam’s [an intermediary] that the job had already been done, and that was when Mam’s would start to be scared.


“After that, Paul continued with his witch doctor, notably in the Champions League to ensure that Manchester United would go through against PSG.


“At the request of Paul, the witch was told to neutralise Kylian Mbappe, who back then was on a rapid rise, far outstripping Paul’s fame.


“It was strange to see that during that match Kylian was a shadow of himself against a reserve side.


“The issue is that at the same time, Paul was doing everything he could to get closer to Kylian, as we could see in the media, supposedly liking him and calling him his friend, he would often call him, we would see them arm-in-arm


“It went so far that Kylian almost made it a condition for his PSG contract extension that the club would have to sign Paul, without knowing that behind his back Paul was engaging in witchcraft to sabotage his matches.


“That same witch doctor would go on to [say] that he had to stop the ongoing curse, at risk of destroying [Mbappe’s] career, keeping in mind that he was paid by the task, knowing that my brother, always close to his money, had not paid enough for a long-term job, and that the witch wanted to make him pay as much as possible,” he said according to Metro.



Gistmania 

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