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My life in danger, US-based doctor cries out

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A US-based doctor who schooled in Nigeria, Dr. Stella Emmanuel, has alleged there is a conspiracy of a group of pharmaceutical practitioners on COVID-19.

The radiologist, who said she has singlehandedly treated over 350 COVID-19, with no record of death, most of them elderly with underlying ailments, said she has been getting death threats and ran to the white House to expose the conspiracy.

She claimed COVID-19 has a cure and there is no need to wear a mask or create social distance.

Fearing for her life, she made a recorded speech to tell the world that there is nothing to fear.

According to her: “I’m Dr Stella Emmanuel I’m a primary care physician in Houston Texas.

“I actually went to medical school in West Africa, Nigeria, where I took care of malaria patients treated with hydroxychloroquine and stuff like that so I’m actually used to these medications

“I’m here because I have personally treated over 350 patients with COVID, patients that have diabetes patients that have high blood pressure patients that have asthma or people at my oldest person is 92, 87-year-olds and the result has been the same.

” I put them on hydroxychloroquine, I put them on zinc, I put them on Zithromax and they are all well; for the past few months I’ve taken care of over 350 patients.

“I have not lost one patient and on top of that I’ve put myself my staff and many doctors that I know on same drug for prevention.

“We see 10 to 15 COVID-19 patients every day. We give them breathing treatments, we only wear surgical mask.

“None of us has gotten sick, it works, so right now and I came here to Washington DC to say America nobody needs to die with this study that made me start using hydroxychloroquine.”

She said even research has shown that hiccup is a sympton of COVID-19 and is treated also with hydroxychloroquine.

“They definitely know that hydroxycholoquine is working. I’m upset, why I’m upset is that I see people that cannot breathe walk-in.

” I see diabetics sitting in my office knowing that this is a death sentence and they can breathe and I hold them and I tell them it’s going to be okay you’re going to leave and we treat them and they leave.

“No one has died. So if some fake science, some persons sponsored by all these fake Pharma companies come out to say it doesn’t work, I can tell you categorically is fake science.

“I want to know who is behind it because there is no way I can treat 350 patients and counting and nobody is dead.

“So I came here to Washington DC to tell America nobody needs to get sick. This virus has a cure it is called hydroxychloroquine, zinc and zithromax.

” I don’t even want to talk about mask… hello you don’t need mask. I know they don’t want to open schools now, but you don’t need these people to be locked down.

“There is prevention and there is a cure and let me tell you something all you fake doctors out there, that tell me this is a double-blinded study.

“You want a double-blinded study when people are dying it’s unethical.”

She said she has been threatened because of her stand, alleging “they have called me, they have threatened. I mean, I’ve gotten all kinds of threats.

“I don’t care. You can report me to the Board. You can kill me you can do whatever but do not let Americans die anymore

“I’m here to say, America, there is a cure for COVID, all this foolishness is not supposed to happen.

“There is a cure for COVID. There is a cure for COVID. it’s called hydroxycholoqione, is called zinc, is called zitromax and it is time for the grassroots to wake up and say No, we’re not gonna take this any longer, we’re not gonna die.

“So guys we don’t need to die there is a cure for COVID-19,” Emmanuel said.

Mariano Diaz to miss Mancity Clash as he’s tested Positive for Covid-19

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Real Madrid forward Mariano has reportedly tested positive for Covid-19 and will miss their Champions League clash with Manchester City.

Mariano is self-isolating at home and did not train with the squad so it is expected the tie will still go ahead.

Monarch Threatens To Invoke Curse (Traditionally) On Political Thugs In His Community

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The Olowo of Owo, Oba Ajibade Ogunoye, has vowed to place traditional curse on those behind the incessant violent clashes within the community.

The monarch admonished those allegedly perpetrating crisis in Owo, headquarters of Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State to desist from the act or face the wrath of the law.

Oba Ogunoye made the pronouncements during a meeting with stakeholders to put an end to the violence which has continued to rock the community.

It was gathered that some miscreants identified as political thugs had in the past weeks been giving the people of the community sleepless nights over violent clashes by some groups.

According to the monarch who was furious over the development, if the ugly trend continues, he will not hesitate to invoke traditional curse on recalcitrant perpetrators hiding under political tent to settle personal scores of misunderstandings amongst them.

Speaking during the meeting which included the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Security Matters, Alhaji Jimoh Dojumo, Heads of Religious Organizations, Chiefs and other interest groups berated the roles of the police in the management of the crisis.

They described as unfortunate and uncalled for, reasons for the clashes when a winner had emerged from the APC primaries after about five persons from Owo including Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu had shown interest in the party’s ticket.

After the meeting, the police and other security agencies were urged to apprehend those behind the crisis as efforts should also be made towards mopping up of various ammunition with unauthorized persons or groups in the town.

Xavi: Messi is a beast, he’ll be In Qatar come 2022

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Xavi is a registered brand, as much as a coach as he was when he was playing and it’s clear that his future lies in Barcelona, whenever the time may come.

Currently with Al Sadd in Qatar, he has faced new challenges and new speculation amid a global pandemic which affected him personally just last week.

Speaking to MARCA, he addressed all of those topics and more.

How are you after announcing that you have COVID-19?

Good, I feel fine, although I’m isolated logically. I want to train soon [Xavi couldn’t be on the bench for the start of the season with a 2-1 win over Al Khor].

You arrived in Qatar in 2015, tell us about the progress of the country ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

Tremendous in every sense: Infrastructure, stadiums – five of eight are almost finished – hotels… The country has changed a lot, motorways, restaurants, Qatar is growing at a high speed, even the traffic has improved.

The concept of new stadiums is revolutionary, do you think it will be the best World Cup in history?

Almost all of them represent something from the Arabian culture and that will make the World Cup special. It will be historic, without a doubt. People will be surprised by the country. In general, there are many prejudices and unfounded criticism. Qatar has it all: a small country, hospitable and generous, it will be a historic World Cup.

Forgetting the break because of the pandemic, how do you assess your first year as a coach?

Very positive. I’ve been through it all. I’ve won two titles [the cup and Super Cup] and now we can win two more. In the league we weren’t so good, quite the opposite. In the Champions League, we got to the semi-finals, then in the Club World Cup we didn’t play a dignified role. I’ve been through success and the disappointment, but overall, I’m learning a lot.

Al Sadd’s aim is the Champions League. Why is it such a difficult tournament?

When you’re at a winning club, like this one, the aim is to win it all, although you have to be aware of our rivals. In Qatar, we have ahead us teams like Al Duhail, who have double our budget, and Al Rayyan, who have made big investments. With them it’s difficult to compete. On an Asian level, we want the Champions League. We have been in the semi-finals for two years in a row. In 2020 I have the hope of getting to the final, that’s why we’ve signed Santi Cazorla, to build a good team.

Is this region enough for your aspirations as a coach for now?

Qatar is the ideal place to get experience as a coach in a winning team like Al Sadd. Winning the Champions League would be the culmination of this era. That’s the main objective and more, keeping in mind that, because of the pandemic, the tournament will be organised here, in Doha, between September and October.

As a player, you represented a defined style. As a coach, it depends on your players, have you had to change your convictions?

Very little, to be honest. I have my ideas very clear, my system of play. I believe in having the ball as much as possible, with high pressing, playing in the opposite half, pushing with attack. It’s the football I lived with at Barcelona and La Roja, dominating the ball, creating chances. I understand football that way and I believe in winning that way. This way it’s easier to be closer to winning.

Do you think, then, that it’s possible to play quality football without top quality players?

I’m totally convinced that, independent of where you are or the players you have, it’s possible to transmit this way of playing to players. Convince them they will be better this way and they will win more easily. Evidently, Al Sadd isn’t Barcelona, but we try to play out from the back, with a good technical level. The players believe in winning this way.

Do you imagine yourself short-term in Qatar or could there be a surprise if they call you, again, from Barcelona?

I don’t hide, I’ve always said it, my main goal, when the time comes, is Barcelona. It’s my home and it would be a dream come true. But now I’m focused on Al Sadd, excited by the new season. When Barcelona have to come, short or long term, it’ll come. Above all, you have to respect Quique Setien and I wish the best to the team.

Setien promised to play good football when he arrived, do you think he’s achieved that?

Sometimes Barcelona play very well, other times well, and others, not so well. But I like Setien’s ideas, now and with his previous teams: dominating and playing attractive football. Sometimes it doesn’t come off, it’s true, but the rival makes it difficult for you. We have seen very beautiful and very good games from Barcelona with Setien, no doubt about it.

Did you see the logic in the complaints about referees that came from Barcelona last season?

I don’t like to give my opinion on referees too much, their job is very difficult. The problem with VAR is that you have to interpret the plays. These interpretable plays are and always will be the only controversies.

Can you see Messi competing in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar at 35 and a half years of age?

I see Leo playing as long as he wants. On a physical level, he’s quick, strong, a competitive beast, an animal physically. I don’t doubt he’ll play at Qatar 2022.

How do you think post-coronavirus will affect transfers?

The level will decrease, like everything after the pandemic. It will be damaged, there will have to be reorganisation of everything, clubs and players. It’s a shame, but it will be like that.

You won’t have Gabi in your ranks any more at Al Sadd, do you think he’ll be a good coach?

It will be a shame not to have him in the team. He didn’t come to an agreement with the club. We wanted him to stay, he can keep going. Gabi has been a role model as a person. A born leader on and off the pitch during his time in Qatar. The best captain we could have had these two years. As a coach, he has helped me a lot. I think he’ll be a great coach, if he goes for it. He feels and likes football and has an ability to lead which he gives off.

Osun announces guidelines for school reopening

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Osun State Government on Monday announced guidelines for the partial reopening of schools to students in exit classes.

The government said the decision was in line with the unanimous decision reached at a virtual consultative meeting between the Federal Ministry of Education, commissioners for education of the 36 states, the Nigerian Union of Teachers, the Proprietors of Private Schools and Chief Executives of examination bodies.

A statement by the State’s Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, Mrs Funke Egbemode, said at the virtual State Executive Council meeting on Monday, it was agreed that teachers should resume on Tuesday, August 4, while students would resume on Thursday, August 6.

Egbemode, while outlining the details of the partial reopening, said “a total of 188 schools consisting 13,177 students, will reopen under this arrangement.

“Parents are expected to provide face masks/nose covers for their children or wards, while principals and proprietors of schools are expected to ensure a tidy environment with desks arranged at least two meters apart. This social distancing shall be ensured by class wardens.”

Part of the decision was to afford students a two-week preparatory period for the West African Examination Council (WAEC), which commences August 17, 2020.

See who this Pastor predicted as the winner of 2020 BBN

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As Nigerians and the entire Africa Continent anticipate the intriguing outcome of the Season 5 Big Brother Niaja Reality Television Show, which is about the most watched TV Program in Africa.

A Nigeria Prophet has predicted that Olamilekan “Laycon” Agbeleshe, one of the contestants of BB naija Housemate will emerge Winner of the 2020 Season 5 edition of the program and would be rewarded with the 85million Naira star prize.

The Prophecy by Pastor Prince Dickson, the General Overseer of SRI Pastor Wealthy Nations Ministry Abuja, had on Wednesday 22nd July 2020 stated that Laycon will be winner of the Season 5 edition of Big Brother Naija. He made the prophecy via a post on his social media handle and since then, there has been several reactions across the social media space.

Though the prophecy may have come to so many as a challenge, it has also confirmed some already trending anticipation about Laycon’s prospective victory in the BB naija house. Fans of other competing housemates have challenged the authenticity of the prophecy, as they called on Nigerians to disregard the Pastor’s Prophecy, stressing that it was a mere gimmick, while others hailed the prophecy.

President Buhari Urges Malians To Accept Government Of National Unity

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The ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government Monday adopted a Declaration towards settling the political crisis in Republic of Mali.

During a virtual Extraordinary Session of the leaders of the sub-regional body, President Muhammadu Buhari appealed to government and people of Mali to consider recommendations of ECOWAS Special Envoy, former President Goodluck Jonathan and his team, in resolving the political crisis, saying a government of national unity will provide inclusivity and ensure peaceful co-existence.

Present at the virtual extraordinary meeting were the Presidents of Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Mali, Senegal, Liberia, Cote D’Ivoire, Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso, Guinea Conakry, Cape Verde, The Gambia, and Niger Republic, who is the ECOWAS Chairman.

Equally present was Mr Jean-Claude Kassi Brou, President of ECOWAS Commission.

The meeting adopted positions to resolve crisis sparked off by disputed parliamentary elections held in Mali, which had led to widespread riots, arson and killings in the West African country.

Among conclusions by the Heads of State and Government are: formation of a Government of National Unity to comprise 50% nominees by government of the day, headed by President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, 30% by the opposition, and 20% by civil society groups.

It was also agreed that given the numerous challenges facing the country, some members of Government will be nominated before the National Unity Government is formed. These are the Ministers in charge of Defense, Justice, Foreign Affairs, National Security and Finance.

The Malian President was equally mandated to ensure the stepping down of the 31 parliamentarians who emerged from the disputed polls, while a by-election will be held as speedily as possible.

Also agreed was that steps should be taken to reconstitute the Constitutional Court in the country as soon as possible, while a commission of enquiry would determine and identify those responsible for the violence that led to deaths and casualties as well as public properties destroyed on July 10-12, 2020.

Equally resolved was that the government would step up efforts to secure the release of opposition figure, Soumaila Cisse, kidnapped since March, among others.

The ECOWAS Commission is to put in place a Monitoring Committee for the implementation of all the above measures.

The Declaration, to be communicated to relevant organs of African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN), also agreed to support President Keita in restoring peace and order to Mali, stressing that no anti-constitutional change of government would be accepted anywhere in West Africa.

In his remarks, President Buhari urged Malian political leaders to consider the fragile peace in the country and the likely spiralling effect on the sub-region.

“I wish to place on record, my commendations for the various layers of efforts, and especially, of former President Goodluck Jonathan, whose painstaking engagements as Special Envoy and Mediator, provided clear road-map to contain the crisis in Mali.

“I appeal therefore, to all the Malian stakeholders to consider the proposals for the reform of the Constitutional Court and the established modalities for resolving the continuous 31 seats issue at the National Assembly.

“Equally significant, is the need to address governance challenges, whose manifestations are at the core of restiveness across the country. In order to address these matters holistically, it is important that all Malians embrace the call for a Government of National Unity where inclusivity of participation in the affairs of governing their country will be a responsibility of each and every Malian actor.

“I wish to reiterate the imperative of compromise and concessions for a peaceful resolution of the current crisis which would be acceptable to all parties.’’

JUST IN!! President Buhari Approves Two New Appointments

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday approved the appointment of Sabiu Abubakar and Oba Oluniyi, as Deputy Commissioners for Insurance in the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM).

While Abubakar is the Deputy Commissioner, Technical, Oba takes charge of Finance and Administration (F&A) in the Commission.

A statement issued on Monday by Rasaaq Salami, the NAICOM’s Head, Commissioner for Insurance Directorate said both appointments are effective July 17th, 2020 for an initial tenure of five years.

Until his appointment, Abubakar had worked as Executive Director Operations and Training at Jaiz Takaful Insurance Plc.

Breaking: Mbappe confirmed to be out for 3 weeks & will miss UCL Clash against Atalanta

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PSG have confirmed that Mbappe will be out for 3 weeks and misses UCL against Atalanta

The forward suffered a nasty tackle in the first half of PSG’s Coupe de France final victory over Saint-Etienne on Friday night, and took part in the trophy celebrations after the 1-0 win while on crutches.

A PSG statement on the club website said: “As announced after the final of the Coupe de France against Saint-Etienne, Kylian Mbappe was examined on Monday in order to know the severity of his right ankle injury.

“The examination performed today confirms a sprained ankle with external ligament injury. Following this, the recovery time is estimated at around three weeks.”

This means Mbappe is expected not to be fit in time to face Atalanta on August 12, although he could return for the semi-finals and final of the Champions League tournament held in Lisbon, should PSG make it that far.

BREAKING: Buhari Names Train Stations After Tinubu, Osinbajo, Soyinka

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President Muhammadu Buhari has named train stations along the Lagos-Ibadan and the Itakpe-Ajaokuta-Warri corridors after “deserving Nigerians”, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has said.

Presidency aide, Tolu Ogunlesi, revealed this on Monday in a tweet.

According to Ogunlesi, the Apapa station was named after Bola Ahmed Tinubu, while the Agege station was conferred on the Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola.

Other personalities conferred with train station names include Lateef Jakande (Agbado station), Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (Kajola station), and Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti (Papalanto station).

The late Mobolaji Johnson (Ebute Metta Station), Wole Soyinka (Abeokuta station) Segun Osoba (Olodo station), Ladoka Akintola (Omio-Adio station), Obafemi Awolowo (Ibadan station), Alex Ekwueme (Operations Control Centre).

Lampard not rushing Kepa decision after dropping Goalkeeper

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Chelsea manager Frank Lampard dropped Kepa Arrizabalaga for the final game of the season against Wolves, but will wait to assess his options.

Frank Lampard will wait until the end of the season to assess his Chelsea squad after dropping goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. The 25-year-old has come under fire for his performances this season and was replaced by Willy Caballero in the starting XI as Chelsea beat Wolves 2-0 in the Premier League on Sunday, securing a top-four finish.

Key games against Arsenal and Bayern coming up

Chelsea face Arsenal in the FA Cup final on Saturday and then meet Bayern Munich in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie, having lost the opening match 3-0. Lampard said he was not making a decision on his goalkeepers just yet, with the club linked with a move for Atlético Madrid’s Jan Oblak.

“The idea that we haven’t kept enough clean sheets is definitely not just a reflection of the goalkeeper, that’s something that we have to work on as a team, look at how we train and maybe how we recruit going forward,” the Chelsea boss told a news conference. “I don’t want to pinpoint it on Kepa. Kepa decision was a choice, probably on recent form and recent situation, a tough time for him. I felt like Willy coming in with confidence, off the back of a strong performance against Man United last week was what we needed for the game. I don’t want to jump forward beyond the Arsenal game next week. It would be wrong. The squad is really strong at the moment as a unit, how they are on and off the pitch”I want that to stay for one more week domestically, then Bayern Munich. Looking to next season after that.”

Kepa became the world’s most expensive goalkeeper when he arrived at Chelsea from Athletic Club for €80m in 2018.

Osun reliefs residents, employees on tax payment

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The Osun State government has granted tax reliefs to business owners and individuals, as a result of the impact brought about by COVID-19 on the economic.

Among those that enjoyed the reliefs are the micro, small and medium enterprises, artisans, market women and men, employees, small-medium enterprises and others.

Executive Director of Osun Internal Revenue Service Mr. Adegbite Ademikanra stated these to reporters over the weekend in Osogbo, the Osun capital.

Ademikanra said: “To ameliorate the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and individuals, the Osun Internal Revenue Service is pleased to announce to the public that Governor Adegboyega Oyetola has graciously approved tax reliefs for our valued taxpayers.”

He said COVID-19 has made the IGR of the state go down by 40 per cent.

Why I Forgive My Ex-Husband – Tonto Dikeh Reveals

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Actress Tonto Dikeh has pointed out that she isn’t asking for forgiveness in return. Hours after she revealed that she has forgiven her ex-husband, Olakunle Churchill.
In a post she shared on her Instagram page this morning, the mum of one wrote’

YES, I SAID WHAT I SAID..I forgive every single person who tried to hurt me(Knowingly and Unknowingly).I deserve all the good things of life so yes I do accept the gift of forgiveness..Yes you may not DESERVE/Or asked for my forgiveness but I’m giving it anyways not for your sake but FOR MY GROWTH..

Because I love myself so much, I am giving myself a chance to also be forgiven by my Heavenly Father!!Ooo No I AINT asking for forgiveness in return, NEVER EVER WILL..I am doing the right thing just for ME PERIOD!!ALTHOUGH MY FORGIVENESS DONT MEAN I AM STUPID, NOT ALL FORGIVENESS NEEDS RECONNECTIONS”

Naira weakens further despite CBN’s intervention

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#Naira depreciated to new lows across many markets as continuing Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)’s intervention failed to stem the fall of the Nigerian currency at the official and parallel markets.

The naira depreciated against the dollar by 0.3 per cent or N1 to N389.50/$ at the official Investors & Exporters (I & E) window.

Activity level at the I & E window also dropped by 33.2 per cent to $130.3 million as Nigeria’s foreign reserves declined by $86.7 million to $36.0 billion at the weekend.

Weekly reviews at the weekend also indicated that naira dropped by N2 to N472.00/$ at the parallel market. At the forwards market, naira weakened against the dollar across most tenors, dropping by 0.3 per cent to N391.38/$ for the one-month, by 0.4 per cent to N395.16/$ for the three-month, by 0.6 per cent to N400/$ and by 1.1 per cent to N418.10/$ for the one-year contracts.

The CBN continued its weekly intervention with its Secondary Market Intervention Sales (SMIS) Wholesale Window, offering a total of $100 million for the week.

FSDH Group attributed the depreciation to “tight liquidity conditions”, referencing the inability of the apex bank to meet forex demand despite its guided exchange rate policy.

After long-running regulated exchange rate policy that created wide gap between official and parallel market rates and fuelled illiquidity in the forex market, the CBN recently backed down and started moves to unify exchange rates by allowing greater market-determined pricing.

Cordros Capital at the weekend noted that the naira may decline further citing widening current account position, currency mispricing, which could induce speculative attacks on the naira, and the resumption of forex sales to the Bureau De Change (BDC) segment of the market which should place an additional layer of pressure on the reserves as the apex bank.

Afrinvest criticised the silence of the apex bank on its exchange rate policy and capital controls that have restricted the exit of foreign investors, after the apex bank ended its policy meeting last week with a decision to retain all monetary policy rates.

“Our opinion is unchanged from our previous updates on the MPC meeting as monetary policy remains inconsistent and there is a lack of proper guidance,” Afrinvest stated.

Senior Research Analyst, FXTM, Lukman Otunuga said forex performance as well as related crude oil prices, China’s economy and global relation between United States and China will influence Nigeria’s growth outlook.

In its outlook for the second half of 2020, Afrinvest noted that with the onset of COVID-19 pandemic and high forex volatility, inflationary pressures have intensified. Analysts expected these to continue to fuel inflation.

“The impact of exchange rate devaluation from N307.00/$1.00 to N360.00/$1.00 in the spot market and N360.00/$1.00 to N380.00/$1.00 at the I & E FX window, FX scarcity and the value added tax (VAT) increase should drive consumer prices higher. Consequently, we project an average monthly inflation of 12.8 per cent in 2020,” Afrinvest stated.

Source: https://thenationonlineng.net/naira-weakens-further-despite-cbns-intervention/

Congrats! Vardy becomes the oldest Premier League Golden Boot winner

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Despite drawing a blank against Manchester United on the final day of the Premier League season, Leicester’s Jamie Vardy still finished as 2019/20 top scorer.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has become the Premier League’s oldest Golden Boot winner at the age of 33 after finishing the 2019-20 season with 23 goals.

Vardy finishes one goal ahead of Aubameyang, Ings

Vardy fired a blank in Leicester’s 2-0 loss against Manchester United on Sunday – a result that saw the Foxes miss out on a top-four finish – to make it three games without a goal to see out the season.

However, the ex-England international still finished a goal clear of Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Danny Ings of Southampton at the top of the scoring charts.

Drogba previously the Premier League’s oldest top scorer

He overtakes Didier Drogba, who netted 29 goals for Chelsea in 2009-10 at the age of 32, as the oldest recipient of the award.

Aubameyang shared the accolade with Sadio Mané and Mohamed Salah last season, though the Liverpool pair finished this campaign with 18 and 19 goals respectively.

7 Benefits Of Dating/Marrying A Virgin [A Must Read For All Guys]

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Good day to you all

Before I start

NOTE:- I don’t have anything against Girls that are already disvirgined without marriage, that’s your palava. However, if you’re still a virgin, good! and don’t try and lose it to the wrong Man. You’re unique that way as your virginity is your pride, meant for your husband. Well, I just want to let you all know the goodies in marrying a brand new girl (sorry dating/marrying Virgin). Smiles.

Below are the 7 benefits of Dating/Marrying a Virgin.

Let’s go 👇

1. No STDs

When you date a virgin, you are rest assured you are the first person entering the place, nobody was there before to have infected her with any type of Sexually transmitted disease whatsoever.

You can dive in raw without any fear of contracting any disease – but be careful, she might get pregnant 😂😂

2. Higher Chances Of Faithfulness

There is an adage that says ➺ One that has defeated fornication, can defeat adultery.

I can tell you for free that if she can keep herself till the moment you met her, there’s a heavy probability she won’t ever cheat on you forever.

Your mind will be rest assured even if you are not with her.

3. You Are Sure Your Firstborn Is Yours

30% of firstborns in Nigeria belong to other men. Paternity fraud is common with non-virgins.

After flexing and gyrating about on the street and they eventually get pregnant, they just push the pregnancy to one of their numerous boyfriends and if Baba too no sabi anything, him don marry be that 😂😂 May God help us.

4. Unique Spiritual Bond

There is a unique bond when a husband has sex with his virgin bride, especially if the man is also a virgin. The honeymoon of two virgins (virgin bride + virgin groom) is awesome.

Even God is pleased with it not to talk of you… You will just love that experience.

5. A Great Role Model For Your Kids

Having lived a life of sexual purity, she is in the best position to guide your kids in the right way.

She will know how to school them on how to remain a virgin for their future husband… You will feel her presence in the lives of your children.

On the other hand – Just image this, a Slay Queen raising your child 😂

6. Brand New Has A Special Kind Of Feeling

Who no like better thing?

Have you ever driven a brand new car (tear rubber) not Tokunbo or Nigerian used car ooo? – You will understand better.

When you buy a new car, you don’t need to fix anything, just pay and drive it home.. The movement and everything is working 100% fine since you are the first owner and not a third hand or even 10th hand owner.

The same thing applies to dating/marrying a Lady too… Virgin comes with little or no issues but you see those other ones ehn, you go fix Tyre, fix Engine, service tire before they become a little balance.

7. You Don’t Want To Hear Another Man Say ‘I Hit Her First’

If only you know how guys go about boasting to people that they disvirgined so so so Girl and all ehn…

As a guy, you won’t even want to go near a girl that’s not a Virgin at all for the rest of your life.

Just imagine a guy walk up to you – Bro, na me disvirgin your Wife 😳😳 How would you feel?

So, some guys can’t take this and they have promised themselves not to go close any lady who’s not a virgin as far as Marriage is concerned.

8. She Won’t Compare You With Others

No guy can withstand being compared to another – it breaks us down and if you want to avoid this, just get yourself a Virgin and this will never happen as she does not have any prior experience.

When you marry already drilled babes – You will hear things like “Akin is richer than you“, “If it was Mathew, he can spend 30 minutes but you na 3 minutes“.

Who wants to spend his lifetime hearing things like this?

But if you marry a virgin, her only sexual experience is the only one she is having with you. Therefore she is contented. Those who are not virgins will compare you with 100 of their exes.

The most interesting thing is the lady will be satisfied with your sexual life. No issues of he’s not satisfying me on bed, not hitting it hard me like Kunle. No complains.

May we be blessed with Virgin wife o.

The End!!

You all have seen all the goodies attached, now we have a question for you all 👇

What Other Benefit Do You Think A Man Will Enjoy Marrying A Virgin?

Let’s hear from you all.

Drop your comments.

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Gattuso– We are heading to the hospital if we believe barcelona are in a poor form

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Barcelona may not be in their best form, but neither are Napoli and Gennaro Gattuso has warned his players against complacency.

The Blaugrana will host the Partenopei on August 8 at the Camp Nou in their bid to clinch qualification to the Champions League quarter-finals in Lisbon.

“I asked the team to raise the level because in two weeks we can enter into the Napoli history books, as we have never before reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League,” Gattuso said after his side’s 2-0 win over Sassuolo, which ended a poor run of form.

“Against Sassuolo we played correctly, but Barcelona have [Lionel] Messi, who gets the ball, leaves 10 players behind and passes it underneath seven.

“If we play thinking that they are in poor form then we’re heading to the hospital or the cemetery.”

Gattuso explained why the Sassuolo game was a decent test ahead of the return leg at the Camp Nou.

“It was a good test because [Sassuolo] have a philosophy similar to that of Barcelona,” he added.

“Barcelona are Barcelona, but we will go to the Camp Nou to play our game and try to pass.

“We will not be defeated before playing.

“It will be a very important 90 minutes.”

Regis Philbin, iconic US TV host, dies

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Regis Philbin, an award-winning fixture of American talk show culture, has died at the age of 88, media reports said Saturday.

Philbin, a playful and self-deprecating New Yorker with a thick Bronx accent, died Friday of natural causes, People magazine reported, quoting a statement from the family.

Philbin was best known to many Americans as co-host of a daytime talk show that began in 1988 called “Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee.”

Working with Kathie Lee Gifford and later with another co-host, Philbin appeared on the show for 23 years.

Part of his popular shtick was to spend a few minutes at the beginning of each show talking about banalities like where he had dinner the night before.

Philbin also hosted the wildly popular “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” game show, which ran from 1999 to 2002. He won Emmys as a talk show and game show host.

And he held the Guinness record for number of hours spent on television in America — about 17,000, according to The New York Times.

In 2011, as Philbin was preparing to leave his talk show, the Times paid tribute to him as someone who stood out on TV.

“In a daytime landscape filled with bland, polished hosts and smarmy good cheer, Mr Philbin was crumpled, nasal and histrionic. He was a snaggletooth amid cosmetic dentistry and porcelain veneers,” the paper said.

Among those remembering Philbin on Saturday was a fellow New Yorker, Donald Trump.

“He was a fantastic person, and my friend. He kept telling me to run for President,” the US president tweeted. “Holds the record for ‘most live television,’ and he did it well. Regis, we love you.

Achebe’s comment on my Nobel Prize is disappointing – Wole Soyinka

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Nobel laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka, has said he was disappointed by a comment made by the late renowned novelist, Prof Chinua Achebe, shortly after he (Soyinka) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986.

In a conversation with an American-based Nigerian novelist, Okey Ndibe, which was aired on Channels Television’s Book Club, Soyinka said he considered the particular remark by Achebe uncalled for and disappointing.

Ndibe had, during the conversation with Soyinka, recalled how Achebe, at one time, said, “The Nobel Prize did not make one the Asiwaju of African Literature.”

He then asked Soyinka how he took that statement at the time.

Responding, Soyinka said, “The subject was not even literature when he (Achebe) made that statement and so I was disappointed that he created a nexus between my normal sociopolitical life and my normal way of articulating an opinion.

“It was almost like because I won the Nobel Prize, I have no right to offer, to do what I used to do before all my life. I responded to it, even though I wanted to make light of it. I was a little bit disappointed and I didn’t see the necessity; that particular subject, which was under contention, didn’t relate to literature. So, it was like, oh, am I now to carry this burden for the rest of my life? That people will think I am doing what I used to do before simply because I now have a Nobel Prize.”

Asked what he felt about how literary enthusiasts often segregate themselves into either Soyinka camp or Achebe camp, Soyinka said it boiled down to “ignorance”.

“Everybody feels they have a right to pronounce authoritatively, not only on the products but on the producers of the products and their positions in society,” he said.

The playwright said he would never speak about the works of other professionals, such as architects, musicians, doctors, lawyers. etc, the way people “pontificate on literature.”

Earlier, when asked what his experience had been after winning the Nobel prize, Soyinka said, “It has bred demands, expectations; it has bred even envy in some areas – one can cope with that – antagonism where totally unnecessary, uncalled for. But that’s part of human life; any kind of achievement does that.”

Junior Firpo: I played baseball as a kid with a broom, ball of socks

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A visit to the Olympic Park in Montjuic, Barcelona, has revoked some childhood memories for Junior Firpo.

The Barcelona left-back was taken to the baseball field at the park that was used for the 1992 Olympic Games by Barca TV.

“It’s not the first time I’ve stepped out on to a field like this,” he said.

“I played [baseball] in my neighbourhood as a kid with a broom and a ball of socks.

“I still remember picking up the bat.”

As part of the Barca TV programme, Junior was taken on a tour of the Catalan city, which included a ride on the cable car down from Montjuic.

“Can we stop halfway if I have a panic attack?” Junior joked to the tour guide.

To finish of his tour, Junior went to work with chef Josep Maria Maso in the kitchen of the Miramar restaurant as they made a paella.