“IPOB NOT A PROSCRIBED ORGANISATION IN UK”–BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION IN NIGERIA OPENS UP

British High Commission in Nigeria has faulted reports that UK Government has added the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to the UK’s list of terrorist groups. This is coming a day after it was reported that UK sought to exclude IPOB members who have committed human rights abuses from its asylum program. Clarifying its message, British High Commission in Nigeria in a statement made available to newsmen opined: “We are aware of inaccurate reporting circulating in the media and online that the UK Government has added the Indigenous People of…

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JUST IN! TODD BOEHLY, CLEARLAKE CAPITAL BUY CHELSEA FOOTBALL CLUB FOR £4.25 BILLION

English Premier League side, Chelsea Football Club on Friday night confirmed the long awaited news that terms have been agreed on a deal to sell the club to a consortium lead by Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital. Boehly has been the front-runner in the race since the very start, and from the moment he was chosen as the “preferred bidder” and entered into exclusive talks with the current ownership, this moment has seemed inevitable. The club statement outlines various details of the deal, including promises of major investment. The £2.5bn…

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NIGERIA SET TO HOST UNWTO GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON LINKING TOURISM TO CULTURE CREATIVES IN NOVEMBER–NTDC DG, FOLORUNSHO COKER

The Director General of the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC), Chief Folorunsho Coker has explained the recent statement made by the Minister for Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, onthe readiness of the country to host the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) in November, 2022. Addressing the UNWTO Secretary General,  Mr. Zurab Pololikashvili at the headquarters of the United Nations (UN) in New York, United States of  America on Friday, Chief Coker said the meeting will further showcase Nigeria as a leading tourism destination in Africa, adding that the…

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BISHOP UKWUOMA INTERACTS WITH ORLU DIOCESIANS IN LAGOS

By Ingram Osigwe The Catholic Bishop of Orlu Diocese, Imo State, His Lordship, the Most Rev. Dr. Augustine Tochukwu Ukwuoma, will today, Saturday May 7, 2022, have an interactive session with members of his Diocese resident in Lagos. A press statement from the Chairman of the interactive Committee, Kingsley Ekwem indicates that the event will be taking place at LilyGate Hotel, next to Divine Mercy Catholic Church Lekki Phase 1. About 130 guests are expected at the interactive session which will be chaired by His Royal Highness Eze Damian Emeka…

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