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Buhari administration takes private enterprise seriously, says VP Osinbajo
Remarks by His Excellency, the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN at the...
Nigerian Billionaire Tony Elumelu donates 500,000 dollars in emergency aid to Sierra Leone Mudslide victims
Known for promoting youth Entrepreneurship, UBA Bank chairman, and founder Tony Elumelu has stepped up and delivered emergency aid...
Uber’s Uganda operation facing a driver revolt over low fees
On the 5th of July, Oxfam Executive Director Winnie Byanyima Opened Pandora’s’ Box on the reality of Uber In...
Man United’s Mourinho hints at Paul Pogba’s arrival next week
Jose Mourinho has dropped a heavy hint that Paul Pogba’s protracted transfer from Juventus to Manchester United is close to completion. Speaking ahead of Sunday’s Community Shield with Leicester City, Manchester United’s manager confirmed he expected one more player to arrive at Old Trafford before Aug. 14.   Although... Read more
Brazil casts aside crisis in rousing Rio 2016 Olympic Games opening
Brazil unfurled a vast canvas celebrating its rainforest and the creative energy of its wildly diverse population in welcoming the world on Friday to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, all to the pounding beat of samba, bossa nova and funk. Brazil’s interim President Michel Temer declared open... Read more
World football governing body FIFA has lifted the threat of banning Uganda from global football for government interference. FIFA issued the warning to the East African nation in June when the Federation of Ugandan Football Associations (FUFA) was being asked to sign as a trustee with the government. FIFA... Read more
Britain’s anti-doping agency has opened an investigation into newspaper allegations that doctors in Kenya supplied prohibited performance enhancing drugs to British athletes.   Undercover footage taken by the Sunday Times showed two Kenyan doctors and an associate claiming that they had given British athletes EPO, a banned blood-boosting drug.... Read more
Lionel Messi has been sentenced to 21 months in prison after a court in Barcelona found him guilty of three counts of tax fraud. Under Spanish law any sentence under two years can be suspended meaning the Barcelona and Argentina footballer is expected to avoid serving time in prison. The... Read more
South African Paralympic gold medallist Oscar Pistorius was taken to jail immediately on Wednesday after being sentenced to serve six years for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. The state had called for him to receive no less than the prescribed minimum 15-year sentence for murder. “Public... Read more
Former Olympic 800 metres champion Paul Ereng believes ignorance, greed and neglect by officials are to blame for the increase in doping incidents among his Kenyan compatriots. “Doping is on the rise because athletes are gullible and would want to earn so much without working so hard, while foreign... Read more
Kenya will cooperate fully with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and International Olympic Committee (IOC) on its latest requirement to re-test Kenyan athletes ahead of the Rio Olympics, officials said on Tuesday. “We are one of the most tested nations. We are ready for the new requirement (of testing... Read more
Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to sign Kenya’s Defensive Midfielder Victor Wanyama for 11 million pounds ($16.11 million) from Southampton, British media reported on Monday. Wanyama heavily featured in the Premier League under Ronald Koeman, who was named Everton manager last week, making 29 starts as the club clinched sixth place... Read more
Stephen Keshi, who has died of a heart attack aged 54, was only the second person to have won the Africa Cup of Nations as both a player and a coach. He was part of the Super Eagles team when it won the cup in Tunisia in 1994 after beating... Read more