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Daily Archives: January 31, 2018

Breaking News: Olivier Giroud Lands At Chelsea FC For £18m

Olivier Giroud completes £18m move to Chelsea from Arsenal on 18-month-deal. The French striker makes the move across London as part of the transfer merry-go-round which has seen Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang join the Gunners and Michy Batshuayi agree to sign for Borussia Dortmund. Giroud, 31, joined

Davido Consoles Olamide

Just few hours after celebrating his son’s birthday, YBNL Boss, Olamide was bereaved… He lost his mother on his son’s birthday. He took to his Instagram page to share a dark and empty image with the caption: “Orisa bi iya ko si” Davido reached out

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Lunar Eclipse 2018 : Guides

Update for Jan. 31: For full coverage and live views of the Super Blue Blood Moon eclipse of 2018, visit our main guide here: Super Blue Blood Moon 2018: Complete Lunar Eclipse Coverage! 2018 will feature two lunar eclipses : one in January, and one

Brazil will meet Russia at World Cup Venue

The Selecao will begin 2018 against the World Cup hosts at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow The first stop on this year’s Brasil Global Tour will see Brazil meet Russia at the stadium set to host the final of World Cup 2018. The Selecao’s March

Ozil set to extend Arsenal contract

The German international will put pen to paper in the coming days after agreeing a new contract with the Gunners Mesut Ozil is set to sign a new contract extension with Arsenal in the coming days, Goal can confirm. The Germany international’s current deal is

Olamide celebrates son, son adds another year

Nigerian rapper and YBNL boss, Olamide is celebrating his son, Batifèori Maximiliano Adedeji who turns 3 today. The proud father, via Instagram, shared a photo of himself with his adorable son. He wrote in the caption; Happy birthday 🎉🎈🎂🎊🎁 Batifèori Maximiliano Adedeji ❤️❤️❤️❤️ more life

Transport fare doubles in Port Harcourt

As long queues are yet to disappear at NNPC mega stations in Rivers State, motorists who cannot afford to spend all day to get fuel at N145 per litre, have been forced to buy at private filling stations at varying rates of between N220 and