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Transfer: Barcelona in Talks with Man United over Defender deal

Manchester United have been offered Barcelona forward Antoine Griezmann in exchange for Victor Lindelöf. Barca are looking to take advantage of Raphael Varane's move to Old Trafford, which has seen Lindelöf drop down the pecking order.

Nigeria Qualifies For 2019 AFCON

Nigeria qualified for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations following a 1-1 draw against South Africa at the FNB Stadium in Soweto on Saturday afternoon. The Super Eagles sit atop group E with 10 points and will finish in either first or second spot no matter the result between Bafana Bafana and Libya next March. An own goal from Mkhwanzi gave the away team the lead at the 9th minute until Mothiba equalized for the host at the 26th minute of the first half, which forced the game to a draw at the end of 90 minutes. Other qualified countries are Uganda, Mali and Morocco.

Why Saturdays Are Adorable by Adigun Olayemi

Saturdays is termed a free day and obviously a day you take pleasure in yourself. It can either be spent with your family, friends or your co-workers off office. While some decides to take a stroll to the beach, some prefer staying at home watching TV all day long but wouldn't it be boring , I think that should be a question for the other day, some take their time watching movies at the cinema which is often common amongst Nigerian families, while some decide to spend it in an 'owanbe party' yea, it may be wedding, burial, house warming and others which makes it even more hectic but its always fun anyways. But whichever way, try to make sure you always make your Saturday worthwhile and a memorable one not forgetting to look forward to another Saturday even at office during the week days.

Reasons Why Shouldn't Drink Water While Eating

Here are some few reasons why you shouldn't drink water while eating. I hope you will find it interesting. Your stomach contains digestive acids that help in the digestion and breakdown of food. Apart from this, the acids are also responsible for killing any infectious agents that might be ingested along with food. These digestive enzymes are essential for our overall well-being as they also allow the stomach to contract and pulverize the food we eat. Makes you add weight Drinking water with your meals is the fact that you do tend to put on weight. There is a surge in  insulin  levels and the  food  is broken down to make fat which is stored. Apart from that, it is believed that a weak digestive system is one of the leading reasons for obesity. Reduces amount of saliva Your saliva is the first step to digestion. Not only does it contain enzymes that help break down food, but it also helps stimulate the stomach to release digestive enzymes and ready itself for the pro

I'm left with just 75k - Efe Ejeba

Winner of the 2017 BB naija TV reality show Efe revealed he is just left with #75,000 out of 25million. While speaking as a guest on a radio show on Hot FM, the winner of the 2017 Big Brother Naija television show, Efe Ejeba, revealed that he has only N75,000 left out of the N25  million  that he won last year. When the radio host asked him how much he had left of his prize money,he said , “Yo  man , I basically have like 75k in my account. It used to be 100k, but yesterday night, we went to the least expensive bar to chill with the 25k.” His response elicited laughter from the radio hosts. The popular Efe won the 2017 edition of Big Brother Naija.

FG Declares Tuesday As Public Holiday

The Federal Government has declared Tuesday, November 20, a public holiday to mark the Eid-El Maulud celebration. The Minister of Interior, Lt Gen Abdulrahman Dambazau (rtd), who made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government, called on Muslim faithful to align themselves with the prophet’s teachings which border on piety, charity, tolerance and peaceful co-existence, among others. The statement signed by the permanent secretary, Dr. MB Umar, read: “While calling on all Nigerians to uphold these virtues, with a view to overcoming the current national challenges facing the country, Gen. Dambazau assured that the Federal Government remains committed to the unity of the country and as such, will put adequate structures on ground towards ensuring that the forthcoming general elections are credible, free and fair. “He wishes all Nigerians a joyous and peaceful Eid-El Maulud celebration.”

Prof 'Yemi Osinbajo Not Welcome in OAU by Gbenga VON PRO TEM Chairman

The attention of the student populace has been drawn to the invitation of Prof. Yemi Osibajo, the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to a public program by the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Obafemi Awolowo University at Oduduwa Hall of the university on Saturday, 17th November by 12PM. Firstly, it is condemnable that the department of Fine and Applied Arts of the university itself is a victim of the negligence of government on education by the virtue of the fact that the department, just like the faculty of Law, FNC, Nursing, Dentistry etc., lost accreditation to National University Commission (NUC) in the last conducted accreditation exercise in the university. To invite such a prime figure behind the underfunding of education to be honored among students is a mockery on students and education itself. Apart from the fact that Nigeria is at a period of economic and political bondage as a result of the anti-masses policies of the federal government on the peopl


Another year gone past, it's another award bagged by AOP Blog as the 'Random Blogger of the year' at law lecture theatre 2, Obafemi Awolowo University yesterday.  The blogger's program/ award was organised by NELOC MEDIA, tagged blogger's Hub was the first of its kind in OAU. This is to bring all bloggers in OAU together, to enlighten them more on media and blogging. Receiving the award on behalf of the blog's team was the CEO of AOP BLOG  Adigun Olayemi Paul, he appreciated the organizers of the event and award which he hope for more success in future, he also thanked everyone that voted. He was also perplexed because the event was like an homecoming to him. He therefore enjoined all bloggers in the institution to remain focused in their pursuit. AOP BLOG was curated by Adigun Olayemi Paul when he was a student of the university.