Pochettino: FA Cup triumph ‘won’t change Tottenham’

Tottenham will not get to the next level by winning the FA Cup, boss Mauricio Pochettino has reiterated. Spurs head into this weekend’s semi-final against Manchester United at Wembley aiming to go one step closer to winning a first trophy since 2008. Pochettino has masterminded an improvement at the club, finishing second in last season’s […]

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Rodgers gushes over ‘Celtic’s version of Philipp Lahm’

Callum McGregor is Celtic’s version of former Germany skipper Philipp Lahm, according to boss Brendan Rodgers. The Hoops utility player is having the season of his life with 10 goals to date – his most recent in the 4-0 William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final win over Rangers at Hampden Park on Sunday – and has […]

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The way some pigs are reared is ‘upsetting and wrong’, say shoppers

Most people willing to swap to supermarkets trying to improve farming standards, survey finds Shoppers around the world overwhelmingly support high animal welfare standards for pigs, and most would also be prepared to change their supermarket habits in response, an international survey on pork consumption has found. Seven out of 10 people questioned said they […]

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Mr. President, Our youths are talented, Period! By Emmanuel Onwubiko

The state of youthfulness is a state of mind but generally the youthful age bracket is from age 18 to 35 years of age. Universally, those members of the human family who fall within the above age bracket of youthfulness are classified as the heart beats of global economic activities. A check around most highly […]

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Court remands 2 men over alleged cruelty to donkey

A Sokoto Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, ordered the remand of two men, Abdulkarim Muhammad and Ibrahim Ibrahim over alleged cruelty to a donkey. The accused persons are facing a two-count charge of criminal conspiracy, riding and neglecting an animal. The Chief Magistrate, Nuraddeen Bello, ordered the remand of the accused persons after they pleaded not […]

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HURIWA Condemns Invasion of Senate; Calls for Prosecution of Perpetrators:

A leading pro-democracy and Non-Governmental Organization – HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has strongly condemned the armed invasion by hoodlums of the senate chambers and the theft of the mace. Describing the attack as a dangerous precedent and a deadly attack on a key institution of constitutional democracy, the Rights group has accused […]

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PRRESS BRIEFING ON THE SPECIAL HUMAN RIGHTS INVESTIGATIVE WORK DONE BY SIX HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP UNDER THE AUSPICES OF HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA IN TARABA STATE.

Six NGOS working with Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria on 11th April arrived Taraba state on a special Human Rights investigative work which took us about five days. On our stay in Jalingo capital of Taraba state, we were able to visit the three senatorial districts. The North, South and Central. The following information was gathered […]

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