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Tijani Babangida opens up on Oliseh Sack

Former personal assistant to Sunday Oliseh, Tijani Babangida revealed today that Sunday Oliseh decided to resign after he found out the NFF had already contacted former Ivory Coast coach Havre Renard to replace him. According to Babangida, Sunday Oliseh was incensed that NFF offered to pay Havre Renard $100,000 a month as salary while he was being owed four months salary of N5m.

“We saw this coming. Nothing is hidden. Oliseh was reliably informed that NFF went to talk to Herve Renard to take over the job as Super Eagles coach. This is one of the things that violated the contract he signed when he became coach,” Babangida said.

Reverend King sentenced to death by Hanging

The Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence handed down the Senior Pastor of the Christian Praying Assembly, Lagos, Rev. Chukwuemeka Ezeugo aka Reverend King by the Lagos state Court of Appeal. Reverend King had approached the apex court after the Lagos state Court of Appeal on January 11th 2007 upheld the ruling of the state High court sentencing him to death by hanging for the murder of one of his church members

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Troops rescue 1890 victims from Boko Haram

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Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish, NFF reacts to Oliseh's resignation

The Nigerian Football Federation has reacted to Sunday Oliseh's resignation as Super Eagles coach. The spokesman of the Federation, Ademola Olajire, in an interview with NTA today, said the federation heard of Oliseh’s resignation in the media and was yet to receive a letter from the coach as at when he was responding to the interview. “As far as we are concerned, it is good riddance to bad rubbish. He is not the kind of person we though he was. Oliseh is gone and we have to move forward,” Olajire said “He went on YouTube to abuse Nigerians. The Minister pleaded with the federation to allow him to remain in place for our next two matches. As you can see, he did not even wait for those matches.” he concluded

CCT trial is an act of persecution- Saraki alledges at Social Media week in Nigeria

Senate President Bukola Saraki attended this morning's session at the Social Media Week in Lagos where he addressed some issues. While fielding questions from Participants, Saraki said that the advent of Social Media in Nigeria has made the government of the day more accountable.

Answering questions on his trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Saraki said the fact that he was not tried from 2003 to 2011 when he was governor of Kwara state shows that the trial is an act of persecutionFacebooktwitter

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