Arsenal’s early progress is a result of patience and planning

Mikel Arteta has been given the time required to shape a squad over two and a half years. Everyone wants a quick fix in football but sometimes changing a club’s strategy takes time and Arsenal could be about to reap the rewards. Arsenal are only two games into the new Premier League season so no … Continue reading Arsenal’s early progress is a result of patience and planning

Tonto Dikeh gives reason for leaving Nollywood, thanks Funke Akindele and Banky W

Tonto Dikeh has disclosed that she would not be returning to Nollywood after the governorship election in Rivers State. Recall that the actress was announced as the deputy governorship candidate of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Rivers State. Speaking with BBC News Pidgin, Tonto said she will not return to acting even if her … Continue reading Tonto Dikeh gives reason for leaving Nollywood, thanks Funke Akindele and Banky W

Police: Serial killer rapist on the loose in Ogun State

Photo by NEOSiAM 2021 on Pexels.com The Ogun State Police Command has raised an alarm that a yet-to-be-identified serial killer is currently on the prowl in the Remo axis of the State. Remo is located in the Ogun East Senatorial District, consisting of Sagamu, Ikenne and Remo North Local Government Areas of Ogun. Recently, a … Continue reading Police: Serial killer rapist on the loose in Ogun State

Ronaldinho names best player in the Premier League

Brazilian legend, Ronaldinho, has identified Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus as one of the best players in the Premier League. Ronaldinho said he expects big things from Jesus this season. Jesus has been impressive for Mikel Arteta’s side since joining the Gunners from Manchester City this summer. In an interview with the Mirror, Ronaldinho said: “When Gabriel … Continue reading Ronaldinho names best player in the Premier League

AI devices helping humans to achieve more

Photo by Tara Winstead on Pexels.com Still remember the AlphaGo that had the capacity to beat the world's champion? Now try an AI Chinese chess master, at home! SenseTime's new Chinese chess robot designed for family users Artificial intelligence devices are now being widely adopted by families. Think Chinese chess robot on the desk, handwriting … Continue reading AI devices helping humans to achieve more

Zelenskyy holding talks with Turkish president, UN chief

(From left to right) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres shake hands at the end of their press conference following the talks in western Ukrainian city of Lviv on August 18, 2022. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday discussed prospects for ending the Russia-Ukraine conflict with visiting … Continue reading Zelenskyy holding talks with Turkish president, UN chief

PINK FLOYD: David Gilmour and Roger Waters disagree on Russia-Ukraine war

The members of Pink Floyd didn’t need another reason to hate one another — but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine gave them one anyway. David Gilmour and Roger Waters have been at loggerheads for four decades, far longer than they spent in the same band, and things aren’t getting any better. Earlier this month, Waters gave an … Continue reading PINK FLOYD: David Gilmour and Roger Waters disagree on Russia-Ukraine war

Why Emirates will suspend Nigeria flights in September

Photo by Harrison Macourt on Pexels.com Dubai's Emirates will suspend flights to Nigeria from next month over an inability to repatriate funds from Africa's most populous nation, the airline said on Thursday. The decision highlights the difficulties faced by international carriers that fly to Nigeria, which is one of the biggest markets in Africa for … Continue reading Why Emirates will suspend Nigeria flights in September

WHO: Unprecedented drought might cause mass starvation

The World Health Organization warned on Wednesday that millions of people in East Africa face the threat of starvation. Speaking at a media briefing in Geneva, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that drought, climate change, rising prices and an ongoing civil war in northern Ethiopia are all contributing to worsening food insecurity. Over 50 million … Continue reading WHO: Unprecedented drought might cause mass starvation

Scientists shocked and angry as UK prepares to abandon EU projects

Photo by Yaroslav Shuraev on Pexels.com British-based scientists face agonizing decisions over the future of their world-leading research projects as the U.K. moves closer to quitting the EU’s massive R&D funding scheme this fall. The British government’s decision to trigger formal dispute talks over Brussels’ refusal to sign off on its participation in EU science schemes, … Continue reading Scientists shocked and angry as UK prepares to abandon EU projects

WORK HARD, PARTY HARD: Finland’s PM breaks the internet with leaked video

Of all the EU leaders to party with, you’d probably have the most fun with Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin. Finnish newspaper Iltalehti reported Wednesday that, in new videos posted on social media, the prime minister was spotted partying with several Finnish personalities, including MP Ilmari Nurminen and media anchor Tinni Wikström. In the leaked footage, spread … Continue reading WORK HARD, PARTY HARD: Finland’s PM breaks the internet with leaked video

G20 Summit: Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping to grace the event

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are both planning to attend the G20 summit in Bali in November this year, Indonesian President Joko Widodo said. In an interview with Bloomberg published Friday, the Indonesian president, commonly known as Jokowi, said: “Xi Jinping will come. President Putin has also told me he will come.” In … Continue reading G20 Summit: Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping to grace the event