Disrupted Derby Clash Awarded To Rangers, Fined ₦5m

The Nigeria Premier Football League has awarded Sunday’s inconclusive table-topping clash to Enugu Rangers, while Enyima was fined ₦10m in addition to losing the match. The Nigeria Premier Football League said the game was awarded to Enugu Rangers, after players of Enyimba staged a walk-out in protest of the penalty given in stoppage time. Enugu

Minimum Wage: Labour Will Wait For Tinubu’s Decision, Says Ajaero

The President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Joe Ajaero says the Organised Labour will await the decision of President Bola Tinubu on the proposals submitted to him by the Tripartite Committee on Minimum Wage. Ajaero ruled out any industrial action till the President makes his stance known on the two proposals presented to him

Malawi VP’s Plane Wreckage Found, No Survivors

Malawian President Lazarus Chakwera said there had been no survivors when a plane carrying Vice President Saulos Chilima and nine others crashed into a forest. “The plane has been found and I am deeply saddened and sorry to inform you all, it has turned out to be a terrible tragedy,” he said, in a televised address.

Yahoo Yahoo: Lady reportedly stabs lover to death over sharing formula

A 27-year-old lady identified as Oluchi Nzemechi, from Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State, is now cooling off in the police net for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend, Kelechi Nzemechi, to death due to a disagreement over the sharing formula of proceeds from their internet business, Yahoo Yahoo. According to a statement by the Police

Reps seek six-year tenure for president, rotation among zones

A group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives are seeking alterations to the 1999 Constitution to pave the way for the rotation of the Presidency among the six geo-political zones of the country. They also want an amendment to the Constitution to provide for “A single tenure of six years for the President and

Wolves agree deal with Braga for Rodrigo Gomes

Wolves have agreed a five-year deal with Braga for Portuguese under-21 winger Rodrigo Gomes. The 20-year-old is due to have a medical later this week before signing a long-term contract to 2029 worth 15m euros (£12.7m). Gomes spent last season on loan at Estoril, scoring seven goals in 30 league appearances. Atletico Madrid had been

Minimum Wage: Labour Organs To Meet, May Resume Strike Tuesday

The Organised Labour said the one-week grace period given to the Federal Government last Tuesday, June 4, 2024, would expire by the midnight of Tuesday, June 11, 2024. Labour said should the Federal Government and National Assembly fail to act on the demands of workers by tomorrow (Tuesday), the organs of the Nigeria Labour Congress

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