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Popular Nollywood Actress Tonto Dikeh spotted at Streams of Joy International Church (Pictures)

The popular Nollywood cum singer was spotted inside the church in Abuja. She attended their normal church service yesterday which was directed by Pastor Jerry Eze the head Pastor. Tonto Charity Dikeh is a Nigerian actress, singer, songwriter and humanitarian.[1] On 27 August 2000, Tonto Dikeh set up her foundation, the Tonto Dikeh Foundation.  The Foundation was established with clear vision and passion of making life better for all displaced and under privilege women, girls, youth, and children in Africa, in-respective of their Politically, Religious and Cultural differences.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic ruled out of Euro 2020

  Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not feature for Sweden at Euro 2020, head coach Janne Andersson has confirmed. Ibrahimovic made a return to the national team in March, playing in World Cup qualifiers against Georgia and Kosovo. But a knee injury has ended his hopes of representing his country at the rescheduled European Championship, with Ibrahimovic ruled out after Milan confirmed a treatment plan that will take six weeks. Andersson: "It is sad for Zlatan, but for us too" "I spoke to Zlatan Ibrahimovic today, who unfortunately told me his injury will prevent his participation in the European Championship this summer,” said Andersson. "Of course, it is sad, especially for Zlatan, but for us too. I hope that he is back on the pitch again as soon as possible." Though injury has curtailed his season, Ibrahimovic has enjoyed an excellent campaign for Milan. He has scored 15 league goals for Rossoneri at a minutes per goal ratio of 99.87 that trails only Luis

Leicester City defeats Chelsea to win FA Cup final

  A magnificent long-range strike from Youri Tielemans gave Leicester City their first FA Cup triumph with a 1-0 victory over Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday, in front of the biggest crowd in England since March 2020. Leicester had been beaten in all their four previous FA Cup final appearances, most recently in 1969, and they were on the back foot for most of the game. Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea dominated the first half but struggled to create major openings, even after Leicester lost their centre half Jonny Evans to injury in the 34th minute. Tielemans's goal will count among the finest to win this 149-year old competition. Collecting the ball centrally he pushed forward and as the Chelsea defence backed off he unleashed a perfectly struck drive which the diving Kepe Arrizabalaga could do nothing about. There was late drama when Chelsea thought they had levelled through a Wes Morgan own goal but VAR ruled that Ben Chilwell had been offside. The Foxes are FA Cup champion

Tuchel Reveals Costly mistake as Chelsea lose FA Cup final against Leicester City

  Thomas Tuchel made a mistake with his Chelsea team selection against Leicester City, according to Ian Wright. Youri Tielemans' wonder-strike was the difference between the two teams in Saturday's FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium as the Blues missed out on a piece of silverware. Tuchel made five changes to the Chelsea side that were beaten by Arsenal on Wednesday night with Marcos Alonso, Antonio Rudiger, N'Golo Kante, Hakim Ziyech, and Timo Werner all coming into the team. Reece James was one of six players to keep his place in the side, but his role was slightly different in Tuchel's favoured 3-4-2-1 formation. Youri Tielemans stunner and VAR's biggest call sinks Chelsea and leads Leicester to first FA Cupfootballlondon Instead of operating as a right-wing back, the England international was part of the back three alongside Antonio Rudiger and Thiago Silva. That meant captain Cesar Azpilicueta played as the right-wing back. And despite James coping e

PSG: Neymar banned for Coupe de France final against Monaco

  Neymar has been ruled out of the Coupe de France final against Monaco at the Stade de France next Wednesday after being handed a one-game suspension by the France Football Federation (FFF) after the Paris Saint-Germain forward picked up a booking against Montpellier in PSG’s penalty shoot-out victory in the semi-finals. The FFF disciplinary committee convened on Friday to review Neymar’s file and decided to hand out the one-game ban. The punishment is not for accumulation of yellow cards but for a repeated offence, the FFF said. A month ago, Neymar received a two-game ban after squaring up to Lille’s Tiago Djal√≥ during a Ligue 1 game. Although he was only cautioned against Montpellier and not sent off, the federation has stated it decided to issue the ban as it considered Neymar was playing under the threat of a sanction if he was caught up in a similar incident again. Neymar will not be the only absentee for Mauricio Pochettino’s side on 19 May. PSG vice-captain Presnel Kimpem

FA Cup Final: Chelsea Boss Provides Starting line-up update vs Leicester

  Thomas Tuchel was thrilled to report at his press conference ahead of the FA Cup final that Mateo Kovacic is fit again and available for selection. The Croatian has not featured since picking up a hamstring injury in Seville before the second leg of our Champions League quarter-final tie against Porto last month. ‘Kova is with us again,’ reported the boss. ‘It’s huge. Mateo has everything we need in midfield. He has experience, power, acceleration, deceleration, he can dribble with the ball and beat players, he is fast and has physical ability. ‘You could see when we missed Mateo and N’Golo in the same match we lacked quality and energy and experience. Billy [Gilmour] did a huge job in both games, but it’s still not fair to compare him to these players because they have more experience and they are a step ahead in their development. ‘It’s what we need in the key moments of the season at the end of the season. It’s big news for us Kova is back. He has a huge impact in the dr

Laporte switches international allegiance from France to Spain

Aymeric Laporte is set to represent Spain at Euro 2020 after switching his allegiance from France. Manchester City centre-back Laporte has represented Les Bleus 51 times in total across the under-17 and under-21 age groups. However, the 26-year-old was never handed his senior debut, despite being called up three times by Didier Deschamps. Laporte came through the youth ranks at Athletic Bilbao and made 222 appearances for the Basque club until joining City in January 2018. He was granted Spanish citizenship earlier this week and FIFA has confirmed he can play for Spain with "immediate effect". Luis Enrique reportedly lobbied the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) to look into the possibility of Laporte changing allegiance, so it feels safe to assume he will be a key part of the former Barcelona head coach's plans for Euro 2020.  

Real Madrid coach Zidane to leave club

Zidane will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season. The Frenchman has made this decision. More details soon...

Cristiano Ronaldo breaks another record in Italy

Cristiano Ronaldo has become the first player in history to score 100 goals for 3 different clubs, in 3 different countries and his national team.  The former Real Madrid star was on target for the outgoing Italian champions while Paulo Dybala was also on target after beating Sassuolo 3-1. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored now scored 100 goals for Juventus, 459 goals for Real Madrid ,118 goals for Manchester United and 103 international goals for Portugal.

Team mates fumes as Ronaldo skip training to go shopping for a Ferrari

Cristiano is more and more isolated at Juventus. For the past three months, it has been reporting that the player wants to leave the Italian club and the latest episode at the club suggests that even his own team mates wouldn't be sorry to see him go. On Monday, the day after the team's defeat to AC Milan, Cristiano didn't train with the rest of the squad. He had been granted permission to skip the session and instead, went to Maranello, with  Agnelli and Elkann, to buy a new Ferrari. The images of the ex-madridista smiling after one of Juve's most humiliating defeats of the past few years did not go down at all well with the fans, or his team mates. At Juve, Cristiano takes home 30 million euros a year, and in spite of the amount of goals he contributes (99 in 130 games), the team has been in a steady decline since he joined. That is obviously not his fault, (the club has changed coach three times in three years), but now things have deteriorated to a level where