Etisalat News Flash : GSM provider changes name

Etisalat Nigeria has changed it’s name to 9 Mobile, the embattled service provider whose parent company Emirates Telecommunications Corporation UAE exited the firm following huge debt running into over $13bn which they couldn’t pay back to service.

The management of the company at the end of a management meeting in Lagos adopted the name 9Mobile as the new brand name.
The Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (ETC) had earlier asked Etisalat to stop using its brand name within the next three weeks .

For Killing His Mother and Sister, Ghanaian arrested in Italy


Ghanaian footballer arrested in Italy for allegedly "offing" his mother and sister.


The footballer by name Solomon Nyantekyi  (21years old) allegedly killed his 45 year old mother and 11 year old sister, Madam Patience Nfum and Madeline, according to reports his elder brother Raymond Nyantekyi came home late from work and meet a bloody apartment , thus informing the police immediately.

He was later arrested while trying to escape near Milan,the incident happened near the outskirts of Parma;it is said he was a rising star in the Italian football system but things turned out for the worse and then he joined bad company.

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The Guys Handling the EFCC handle are quite hilarious


Honestly I never knew the twitter handle of the EFCC @officialefcc seems to be a busy place, the guys managing the handle are very funny, check out some of their response to hilarious post .





Shocking as EFCC discover’s $9.7 M in former NNPC GMD Home


Shocking but it’s true, the country was looted from all angles, Left , right center, as EFCC has released photos of recovered vault of former Group Managing Director of NNPC, Andrew Yakubu. From one of his properties in Kaduna.

The large cash was hidden in a fire proof safe. The surprise raid of the facility was based on an intelligence report which the commission received about suspected proceeds of crime believed to be hidden in the slums of Sabon Tasha area of Kaduna.

On arrival at the facility, the caretaker of the house, one Bitrus Yakubu, a younger brother to Andrew Yakubu, disclosed that both the house and the safe where the money was found belong to his brother, Andrew Yakubu.

When the safe was opened it was discovered that it contained the sum of $9,772,800 (Nine Million, Seven Hundred and Seventy Two Thousand, Eight Hundred United States Dollars) and another sum of £74,000 (Seventy Four Thousand Pound Sterling).

On February 8, 2017, Andrew Yakubu reported to the Commission’s Zonal office in Kano and made statements wherein he admitted ownership of the recovered money, claiming it was gift from unnamed persons. He is currently assisting the investigation.


Australian Opens Final Men : Roger Beat Nadal in showdown

Roger Federer kisses the trophy after winning his Men’s singles final match against Rafael Nadal. Photograph: Issei Kato/Reuters

Amazing finals as Roger Federer secured a record 18th Grand Slam title after defeating Rafael Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 in Sunday’s final of the Australian Open.

Nadal was hoping to make it his first Grand Slam victory in over two years.

Serena Williams had on Saturday won the women’s singles in Melbourne after defeating her sister, Venus.


Mikel Obi Set To Join Chinese Club


Former Chelsea midfielder John Mikel Obi has become the latest star to move to China

All is set for one of Chelsea’s old horses Mikel Obi to leave soon, as he is set to join Chinese club Tianjin TEDA for a whopping 140,000 pounds per week, Mikel has really played under Chelsea new Manager Antoinee Conte and it was believed he was to join Valencia but last minute he changed his plans to join the Chinese Super League.

So far the league has produced the highest earning stars with Carlos Tevez being the highest earning footballer taking home over 675,000 pounds weekly.

Mikel Obi will leave Chelsea who has two FA cups, three Premiership titles, One Europa Cup title , One Champions league title.


New Club for Sunday Oliseh as he makes history


Sunday Oliseh has joined Second division Dutch side Fortuna Sittard, he also made history as the first African to manage a club in The Netherlands.

Oliseh is was former Super Eagles of Nigeria coach was on Monday seen training with his new club; Oliseh was quoted as saying

“I am very happy to be here,” Oliseh told Fortuna Sittard’s official website.

“Because this is a good opportunity for me. Years ago, I got the highest coaching diploma in England, in a class with guys like Ryan Giggs and Roberto Di Matteo. Now I want to bring my football philosophy into practice. There were other clubs interested in me.

“But they are thousands of kilometers away from my home (in Belgium). And I want to be close to my family. My family means the world to me. Is more important than training. But training I love to do most. I contacted Fortuna myself.

“I have a manager, but I did it myself. Partly because I wanted to get a feel for the club. what kind of club is Fortuna, where does the club want to go? I spoke with Charly Chudik and liked the conversation we had.”

Fortuna Sittard have conceded 39 goals in 19 league games this season and are currently placed 18th with 15 points and Oliseh knows his main aim this season is to stop the club from being relegated.

“Every weekend I go to watch a match somewhere in the area,” he says.

The last game I played for Ajax was against Fortuna in a cup final at the De Kuip in Rotterdam. It was a good game for me, because we won. So it was not for Fortuna. Maybe I can now make it up to Fortuna by becoming the trainer here. I had actually hoped to start as a trainer somewhere by the start of next season. But this opportunity came along and now I’m here.”

“We concede too many goals. We must first stop that from happening. The next phase is to play more to the other goal. So not only keep the other team away from our goal, but also try to win games. Hopefully, we develop our own style of football. Sittard-style of football.

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