Sunday, October 21, 2018

Radio Desk

Radio Desk

Super Eagles star Henry Onyekuru will be out of action for six weeks following a hamstring injury and this will therefore rule him out of next month’s 2019 AFCON qualifier in South Africa.

Onyekuru was a late sub in both the qualifiers against Libya in Uyo and Sfax.

He assisted for the Eagles fourth goal scored by Samuel Kalu in Uyo.

According to Turkish football, he now has a hamstring injury and this will mean he will miss Galatasaray’s three UEFA Champions League matches as well as the Istanbul derby against Fenerbache.

Onyekuru is on loan to Turkish champions Galatasaray from Premier League club Everton.

 


Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has reportedly agreed to sign a new five-year contract at Old Trafford.


Lewis Hamilton has vowed not to ease off in his quest for a fifth championship - a feat which would see him equal Juan Manuel Fangio as a five-time world champion.


World number one Simona Halep withdrew from the WTA Finals in Singapore with a back injury on Thursday, bringing her season to a premature end.


 

 

Several months after the crash of his marriage to Benin princess, ZAINAB OTITI OBANOR, the Ooni of Ife Oba ADEYEYE OGUNWUSI has picked another queen.

 


Unknown gunmen have continued to rake havoc in some communities in Emohua Local Government Area of Rivers State with one person reported kidnapped and other residents of the communities attacked.


President MUHAMMADU BUHARI has reassured that the activities of the Boko Haram sect would soon become history.


The Minister of Transportation, ROTIMI AMAECHI has called for the support of the United Nations and other stakeholders in establishing stringent punishment for road offenders in the country.


Former Ekiti State Governor, AYODELE FAYOSE has been explaining to detectives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission all he knows about the four point six eight five billion naira allegedly withdrawn from the Office of National Security Adviser.


Police in Turkey investigating the alleged killing of Saudi journalist JAMAL KHASHOGGI have expanded their search.


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