Mkhitaryan: I’m Still Adapting To English Football

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Manchester United midfielder, Henrikh Mkhitaryan says he is still adapting to football in England.

The Armenia international joined United from Dortmund for £26.3 million, but injury has plagued his first year in England.

Mkhitaryan has scored four goals in the league and five goals in the Europa league, but believes he has to improve in some areas.

“What have I learned? I think the pace, the quickness and the strength because, being here, you have to adapt to the English Premier League and to the football,” Mkhitaryan told Inside United. “That is what I am doing now.

“I am really different on the football pitch. I try to be like a beast or a monster! I fight for every ball and try to do my best.

“Outside of the pitch, I am more quiet and more humble, and I don’t like to be very aggressive or anything like that.”

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Get Familiar: Chyn Ft. Funbi – Find You

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Chyn returns with a sexy new single titled “Find You”. He teams up with singer Funbi to bring this infectious tune. This is a follow-up to his previous single – Hollywood & his feature on Falz’ Chardonnay Music alongside Poe.

Chyn & Funbi displayed such great chemistry, Give it a listen…

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“Sounds from the Other Side” by Wizkid – 5 Things You Should Know About the Album

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After teasing fans with various cryptic messages, wizkid announced some months ago that his 3rd Studio Album “Sounds from the Other Side” which is currently the most anticipated album in the continent (Africa) would be dropping this summer.

As we all await the release of the internationally acclaimed album, Media Practitioner and Pop Culture Enthusiast – Vheektor Okpala shares Five (5) important things everyone should know about the forthcoming album “Sounds from the Other Side” on the debut episode of his online series titled “Vibes with Vheektor”.

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JAMB Monitors Ongoing UTME With CCTV Cameras

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it is monitoring the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), through its central Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in Abuja.

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Its Niger Coordinator, Mr Muhammed Ibrahim, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Minna that all the examination centres were linked to the CCTV.

“Our staff, candidates and supervisors in all examination centres are being watched and recorded; it is part of our efforts to reduce or eliminate malpractices in the conduct of the test,” he said.

The Coordinator said that 32, 000 candidates registered for the examination in Niger and were writing the test in 14 centres.

He said that the exercise was smooth in many centres except at Jumai Aliyu Babangida Development Centre, Minna where a system failure was recorded.

“The issue lingered a bit, so we immediately moved the candidates to the zonal office to write the examination,” he said.

He said that the examination, which started on Saturday, would end on Wednesday, and promised a hitch-free exercise.

A candidate, Fatima Mustapha, who spoke to NAN in Minna, said that the process was smooth, and particularly commended JAMB for the speed of the bio-metric verification of candidates before being admitted into the hall.

Mr Saidu Abubakar, a personnel of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, who also spoke with NAN, commended the candidates for being orderly.

“The candidates have been very orderly. There are no hitches,” he said.

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Nigerian Troops Arrest Boko Haram Commander, 4 Suspected Kidnappers

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Troops of Forward Operation Base, Fika, on routine patrol earlier today, arrested a suspected fleeing Boko Haram terrorist, Bala Ibrahim, aged 30 years at Fika.

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Upon investigation, it is understood that the suspect, who is believed to be a top member of the sect, is an indigene of Bulabulin village, Fika Local Government Area, Yobe State.

The Director of Army Public Relations, Brigadier-General Sani Usman, who made this known in a statement, also added that following a tip off, troops deployed at Forward Operation Base, Yuga similarly ambushed and arrested four suspected kidnappers at Mundu village.

“The suspects, Yahaya Auta, aged 25; Salisu Lawal, aged 20 years; Umar Mohammed, aged 18 years; and Samaila Abubakar, were found to be in possession of one locally made six-loader single barrel gun, one empty cartridge, two machetes, a knife, two mobile telephone handsets, two packets of Tramol tablets and the sum of 360 naira, while on their way to commit crime,” the statement added.

He added that they are also currently being further investigated.

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Boko Haram jihadists have killed more than 30,000 people and displaced more than two million during a seven-year insurgency aimed at creating an Islamic state in Northern Nigeria.

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Dangerous Politics Of Buhari’s Health

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Dangerous Politics of Buhari’s Health, By Azu Ishiekwene

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I don’t know if protocol will permit it. But it would not be a bad idea for the British prime minister, Theresa May, to visit President Muhammadu Buhari at the London hospital where the Nigerian president is being treated.

This article was written by Azu Ishiekwene. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of

She has a story to share.

Three years before May unexpectedly became prime minister, she got a surprise. Theresa May was not feeling well and after weeks of assuming it may well be part of the misery of politics, she decided to do a medical test.

She was misdiagnosed at first, with the result showing that she had Type 2 diabetes. It wasn’t Type 2 diabetes, but the result of the second test was even more difficult to believe: she had Type 1 diabetes. She received the news with shock, doubt and confusion.

Why was it difficult to believe? Type 1 diabetes, also described as “juvenile diabetes,” is common among much younger people (some say 40 and below), especially children. She was 57 and thought it improbable that she would have a medical condition associated with juveniles.

And by the way, how did it “progress” from Type 2, a condition where the pancreas is unable to produce insulin, which regulates glucose levels in the blood, to Type 1, a rare form?

It wasn’t just the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes that bothered May. Her problem was two-fold: the first was the debate about whether diabetes is a health problem or a non-threatening medical condition.

The second and main problem, which was to emerge three years after she unexpectedly became prime ministers, was the politics of her diabetes.

She had been home secretary for a while and had managed. But being prime minister was another thing altogether. Her critics insisted that diabetes was a health problem and that it would impair her performance.

How would she face the health-obsessed British public and tell them that after six years of Cameron who looked impressively fit, their new prime minister would be taking at least two shots of insulin everyday and still be well enough to get the job done?

Some said she was criticised because she is a woman, insisting that these same critics had been milder with Tony Blair who had a heart condition or Gordon Brown, who was a one-eyed prime minister.

But May had to face the situation for what it was. She had to come out. She takes her two shots of insulin everyday, does her exercises and watches her food like a mole. The British public is adjusting to the fact that diabetes is not a handicap.

Britain has learnt to live with May’s diabetes because she was honest with herself and with the public. From Andrew Jackson to Franklin Roosevelt and from Francois Mitterand to Felix Houpheuet-Boigny, history is full of sovereigns who went the extra mile to hide their ailments or handicap from the public.

At 74 and in his second life at the nation’s top job, it is sad that President Muhammadu Buhari allowed reasonable disclosure of his health status to slip away from his hands.

Whether it is Crohn’s, as reported by Sahara Reporters, prostrate cancer or whatever it is, any ailment that kept Buhari away in London for nearly six weeks before he was sworn-in after his election, and has kept him in hospital for 69 days out of his 712-day Presidency could hardly have been unknown to him before May 2015.

The danger of what now appears to be a malicious concealment of his health status is that politicians and a few around him who feel threatened will exploit it for personal advantage. And it’s happening already.

It’s ridiculous, for example, that the newspapers could not get the correct description of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s role in Buhari’s absence. A faction of the cabal, which obviously thought that expressly designating Osinbajo as “acting President” the first time was a mistake, has opted for a muddle: coordinating vice president.

We don’t need to split hairs over that. Not designating Osinbajo as “acting,” means that Buhari is still fully capable of carrying out the duties of his office. He will receive any foreign head of government that may be visiting at this time and receive the letters of credence of ambassadors from other countries, which he has not done since January.

Stephen Ocheni and Suleiman Hassan, the two new ministers recently confirmed by the Senate, have to wait for Buhari to swear them in. Osinbajo couldn’t do so on Wednesday because, under the circumstance, it would have been improper.

The report of the presidential committee that investigated allegations of corruption against Babachir Lawal, and the NIA Director-General Ayodele Oke, who gave safe haven to N13 billion orphaned cash will be left in the pending tray.

Ambassadors that have been cleared by the Senate will also join the line. And in a matter of days when the National Assembly transmits the 2017 budget, Buhari will assent it, flesh and blood.

Sure, these are small potatoes in the presidential menu. But when it is time to eat the frog, it would be ridiculous for those who appear to have taken matters out of Buhari’s hands to play the sort of hide-and-seek we saw under former President Umaru Yar’Adua.

The danger, at times like these, is that power floats, partly drifting but largely being usurped by a few self-appointed oracles, who would want the public to accept their every word as Buhari’s wish. That is unacceptable.

If the president is away on health grounds – which is just as well – and he is expected to perform his full official duties while away, then the government must disclose where he is and the public must see, in daylight, how he is performing his duties.

We are not going to wait for former President Olusegun Obasanjo and co to speak in selfish parables from their coven or allow politicians who are only motivated by their own insecurity and self-interest to corner us, as they have always done.

The government has to come out and tell us what the British already know about the president’s health, so that we can watch and pray with knowledge.

Sovereigns who were able to conceal, misrepresent or understate, their health status in the past did so before Twitter. Now, it’s all out there in 140 characters or less.

May, too, would have hidden her health status, if she could. But her courage, honesty and love of country compelled her to do otherwise. If she could visit Buhari, she might just tell him that this is a fantastically conducive moment to level with the country he desperately loves.

Ishiekwene is the MD/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview magazine and board member of the Paris-based Global Editor’s Network.

This article was written by Azu Ishiekwene. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of

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Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde, Waje Ojo And Jide Kosoko Star In “Alter Ego” | See Premiere Date (Watch Trailer)

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Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde, Waje Ojo And Jide Kosoko Star In “Alter Ego” | See Premiere Date, Watch Trailer

Sidomex Universal in conjunction with Sneeze Films has officially announced the release date of highly anticipated movie; Alter Ego, a movie directed by Moses Inwang. Alter Ego, which is set to be premiered in cinemas nationwide on July 21st first gained public attention in December 2016 when a racy sex scene between star actress and Nollywood icon, Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde and counterpart, Wale Ojo was leaked by an unknown source.

Alter Ego is the story of a strong, powerful and determined lawyer who will stop at nothing to bring sex offenders to painful justice- even if it means blurring the lines between right and wrong. Despite her mission however, will Ada Igwe (Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde) be brave enough to face her own demons? Will she be strong enough to conquer them?


Alter Ego was executive produced by Sidomex Universal (Esther Eyibio) and it features an array of Nollywood stars like Omotola Jalade, Wale Ojo, Bobby Obodo, Kunle Remi, Jide Kosoko, Tina Mba, Victor Olaotan, Mike Okon, Emem Inwang, Esther Eyibio, and Madam Kofo among others.

Alter Ego is a must watch!

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Manchester United Considering Making Another Bid For Renato Sanches

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Bayern Munich are contemplating selling Renato Sanches this summer – and Manchester United could offer him a way out of the Allianz Arena.

The 19-year-old burst onto the scene at Benfica last summer and Bayern ended up beating United to his signature when they snapped him up for €35m (£29.7m).

However, he has had a mixed first campaign in Germany and Kickerreport the Bundesliga champions are considering parting ways with him at the end of the season.

In addition, they add United, having failed to bring the Portugal international to Old Trafford last year, are one of the teams interested in the midfielder.

The player himself, meanwhile, would prefer to stay at Bayern

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John Terry Not Right Fit For Bournemouth -Paul Merson

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Departing Chelsea captain John Terry is not the right fit for Bournemouth, says Paul Merson.

Bournemouth enquired about taking Terry on loan from Chelsea in the January transfer window, according to Sky sources, and could come back in for the player when he leaves Stamford Bridge at the end of this season.

“I’m not sure about the John Terry one because John hasn’t played for a long time,” Merson told Soccer Saturday.

“He’s getting on a bit, I mean I’m one of his greatest fans, but you don’t half get isolated playing centre-half for Bournemouth.

“It’s not like you’re going to get a lot of protection. That one doesn’t tick the boxes.”

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Conte: I’ll Stay And Improve Chelsea

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Antonio Conte believes there is a possibility of Chelsea improving and he’ll stay to ensure that happens.

There have been reports linking Conte with a return to Italy, with Inter Milan interested in the former Juventus coach, but that doesn’t look like it will happen.

Chelsea have been crowned champions of England, with two games left to play and with 28 victories, the Italian feels they can better that.

Asked if he would be at Stamford Bridge next season, Conte said: “Yeah, and we have to improve next season.

“We started to do our work. We have to improve in the next season, to find the right solution to improve.

“We are working for only nine months together. I think if you can continue with these players, you can improve a lot.

“Now they know my idea, I know them, the characteristics of my players. And we can improve.”

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Unnamed English club Interested In Atletico Madrid Goalkeeper Jan Oblak – Agent

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An unnamed English club is interested in signing Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak this summer, according to his agent.

Oblak has established himself as one of the world’s finest goalkeepers over the past three years and his agent, Miha Mlakar, says there is serious interest in him.

“It’s too soon because there are still matches in play in the national championships, but it’s true that there is a lot of interest in the best goalkeeper in the world,” he told Goal. “Especially two clubs are really interested in Oblak for next season.

“One [of the interested clubs] is surely from the UK. In Italy, only Juventus are at a top level and they have [Gianluigi] Buffon, who is now in the Champions League final, and if you ask me, he could play for more years without a problem.”

Oblak has a €100m (£84.8m) buyout clause in his contract at Atletico Madrid.

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Martin Odegaard Not Expecting Early Real Madrid Return

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Real Madrid are unlikely to recall Martin Odegaard from his loan spell at Heerenveen this summer, the playmaker has revealed.

The 18-year-old Norway international joined Heerenveen on an 18-month loan deal during the January transfer window.

Odegaard does not believe he will return to his parent club in the summer, hinting that he will spend another year in Holland.

“Madrid have the option to bring me back in June, but it seems like that is not going to happen,” he told Omrop Friesland. “The plan is for me to continue here next year, at Heerenveen.”

The midfield starlet has started seven games for Heerenveen and appeared six more times from the bench. Although he has failed to find the back of the net, he has three assists to his name.

That, of course, is still an impressive return for someone still at the dawn of his career, but it seems likely that he will struggle to break into the Real Madrid first-team unless he can up his influence.

Real Madrid paid almost £3m to sign him from Stromsgodset in January 2015 and handed him a huge deal worth £80,000 per week

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Zabaleta To Leave City At The End Of The Season

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Manchester City have confirmed that veteran defender, Pablo Zabaleta will be leaving at the end of the season.

The Argentine defender’s contract will expire at the end of the season, and he’ll be leaving the club he joined in 2008.

Zabaleta has won two League titles, two League cups and the FA cup during his time at the Etihad.

A City statement following a 2-1 win at home to Leicester read: “Pablo has informed the club he will move to pastures new, but leave behind many happy memories.

“Fans will have the opportunity to show their appreciation for one of the Club’s most loyal and loved servants of recent times against West Brom on Tuesday evening, which will be Pablo’s last home appearance.”

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Report: Liverpool To Announce Signing Of Hull City Defender Andrew Robertson

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Liverpool will announce the signing of Hull defender Andrew Robertson when the transfer window opens, according to the Sunday People.

Jurgen Klopp has won the race for the 23-year-old Scotland international (left), who has just 12 months remaining on his contract at the KCOM Stadium.

The capture of Robertson addresses Liverpool’s on-going left-back issue, which has been manfully covered the versatile James Milner.

The Mirror claim the Reds have their sights set on Robertson’s team-mate Harry Maguire (right), although the centre-back has shelved transfer talk for the time being to focus on secure the Tigers’ top-flight status.

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Lord Alan Sugar Believes Tottenham Can Keep It’s Star Players

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Former Tottenham chairman Lord Alan Sugar believes the club are now in a position to hold on to their top players.

Spurs finished second to Leicester in the Premier League last season and are five points clear of Manchester City in second place again this year, albeit 10 points adrift of recently crowned champions Chelsea.

“We are a club which are potentially Premier League champions,” Sugar told the BBC.

“We ended up second this year and therefore we have Champions League football and that’s what most of the players want to be in. They want to be in the Champions League.

“I don’t see any excuse for any of our players leaving. To go where? Where would they go? Manchester United?

“They’re a good club of course but this year and the year before they didn’t really demonstrate that they were what they were when Sir Alex was in charge.

“Chelsea, they’re very up and down. They’ve got a new manager now but they’ve had periods when they haven’t performed either

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Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Rumors Today

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  • Arsene Wenger will stay at Arsenal and is ready to spend £55m on Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez and Middlesbrough central defender Ben Gibson.
  • Atletico Madrid will ask Manchester United to pay Jan Oblak’s £85m buy-out clause if they want to sign the goalkeeper.
  • Chelsea will try to get Ross Barkley from Everton ahead of Tottenham.
  • Chelsea will offer Antonio Conte a new four-year deal, which will double his wages and see him become the club’s highest-paid manager.
  • Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce will not be granted transfer funds and will have to sell players to raise cash to bolster his squad.
  • Everton have made the first move in their pursuit of Sunderland keeper Jordan Pickford by lodging a £10m offer.
  • Jermain Defoe, who can leave Sunderland on a free this summer, tops former club West Ham’s hit-list of targets.
  • Manchester United are ready to move for Malmo’s Sweden U21 star Pawel Cibicki.
  • Rafa Benitez has one more day to exercise a £6.5m option to sign Chelsea’s Christian Atsu on a permanent basis for Newcastle.
  • Liverpool will announce the signing of Hull defender Andrew Robertson when the transfer window opens.
  • West Ham have slapped a £30m price-tag on Manuel Lanzini to warn off Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal.
  • Liverpool have joined Newcastle and Tottenham in showing interest in Hull central defender Harry Maguire.
  • Liverpool will compete with Italian giants AC Milan for Wolfsburg defender Ricardo Rodriguez.
  • Steve Bruce has been asked to plot Aston Villa’s Premier League promotion push on just a £1m budget.
  • Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez wants to secure the services of Leicester defender Wes Morgan.
  • Bournemouth are getting ready to offer £10m for Liverpool’s teenage defender Joe Gomez.
  • Cheikhou Kouyate has shown his charitable side by handing out cash to car washers. The West Ham midfielder was not even having his vehicle cleaned but decided to give them an unexpected bonus.
  • Everton have agreed personal terms to sign Malaga striker Sandro, who had been a target for Atletico Madrid and Sevilla.
  • Borussia Dortmund want Manchester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho, who could be one of 12 players to leave the club.
  • Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has distanced himself from reports linking him with Barcelona.
  • Spurs are hoping to rake in £3m per event at their new stadium by hosting eSports.
  • Manchester United fear revelations about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s wages could see transfer targets such as Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann make huge wage demands.
  • Manchester City are ready to outbid Everton for Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
  • Antonio Conte will have more input on Chelsea’s recruitment strategy with owner Roman Abramovich handing the Italian a £200m transfer fund in the summer.

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Alli On His Future: Anything Can Happen

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Tottenham player and England international, Dele Alli is not giving much thought to his long-term future at Tottenham.

The 21-year-old has impressed at Tottenham since he joined from MK Dons in 2015, winning the PFA Young Player of the Year back-to-back.

Alli has been linked with big money moves away from England, with Real Madrid showing major interest, but he is not focusing on that just yet.

“It’s important you enjoy the journey, whether I end up at Tottenham for the next 15 years and retire here,” he told Sky Sports. “I think it’s important for me not to get too carried away by what will happen in the future.

“The way football is, anything can happen at any time. I will enjoy my time here now; who knows what will happen in the future.”

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Ebola Outbreak: Nigeria Orders Compulsory Test For Fever Patients

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The Federal Government has directed all health officials in the country to test all fever patients – showing symptoms of bleeding – for the Ebola Virus Disease.

Similarly, the government of Nigeria also directed all port health officials to step up inspection of all persons coming into the country.

The disclosure was made by the Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, in a statement issued by the Director, Media and Public Relations, Mrs. Boade Akinola, on Saturday.

The statement is coming barely a day after the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak of Ebola in Congo, describing the outbreak as “a public health crisis of international importance.”

The ministry of health said, “The health minister directs all Nigerian health workers to maintain a high index of suspicion by screening all haemorrhagic fever patients for Ebola

“Similarly, the minister encourages members of the public to observe a high level of personal hygiene which includes regular hand washing and to also report all cases of fever to the nearest health facility.”

The minister said he had directed health workers to increase efforts at ports of entry.

He added, “The Federal Government in response to the announcement by the WHO on confirmed cases of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has directed port health officials to step up inspection activities and to report any sick person or suspects to ensure that Epidemiologists in the states conduct relevant tests.

“The symptoms to look out for include: fever, fatigue, weakness dizziness and muscle aches. Patients with more severe cases show bleeding under the skin, internal organs or even from bodily orifices like mouth, nose and ears.”

Nigerians were also urged not to panic as the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control is on the ground and equipped to secure the health of citizens.

The minister said the CDC had for a while been strengthening states’ capacities to detect, manage and respond to hemorrhagic fevers including Lassa fever.

Adewole called on states to begin social mobilisation and media awareness efforts via television, radio, print and social media.

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Hazard: Puel Is A Top Manager

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Eden Hazard has rated Puel highly, saying he us as much a good manager as Conte and other managers he has worked with.

Puel is close to losing his job as West Brom’s manager, has reports suggest he is to be replaced by Marco Silva.

However, Hazard puts the West Brom manager in the same bracket as Conte and Mourinho, saying he has a hand in his development.

“Conte is on the top but [Belgium boss] Roberto is also on the top, but I worked with him just for one year,” Hazard told Sky Sports News HQ.

“Mourinho is also on the top. He’s a great manager. I try to learn from all managers. I don’t like to say one is good or one is bad. All can teach me a lot.

“I even spent two months with Claude Puel in Lille. He is one of the top also, because he maybe made me this player I am now. I like to work with different managers.”

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