Gunmen Waylay 18-Seater Bus In Rivers, Kidnap Passengers

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Gunmen Waylay 18-Seater Bus In Rivers, Kidnap Passengers

Some unknown gunmen during the week ambushed an 18-seater passengers bus and abducted all passengers along the Owerri- Port Harcourt highway, Rivers State.

It was gathered that the 18-seater bus was traveling from Owerri, in Imo State to Port Harcourt, Rivers State when the passengers were ambushed by armed suspected kidnappers around Omurelu-Elele new road in Ikwerre Council of the state.

The gunmen waylaid them and diverted the vehicle into a forest close to the boundary between Rivers and Imo states.

The Commander of the IGP Monitoring Unit in Rivers State, Ben Igwe who confirmed the development to newsmen, said the incident happened in the early hours of Thursday.

“The incident happened and we are aware of it. Myself and my team are on top of the situation,” Igwe said.

Meanwhile, the Rivers State Police Command said it had recovered two bodies and rescued eight persons from the 18-seater passengers bus that was hijacked on Wednesday along Elele-Omarelu in Ikwerre Council of the state.

The State Police Command spokesperson, Nnamdi Omoni, who confirmed the release of the eight persons abducted, stated that six others were still missing.

In the same vein, the Commander of Inspector General of Police (IGP) Monitoring Unit in the state said his team has intensified efforts to ensure the safe rescue of remaining victims

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Kogi Bye-Election: Reps’ Aspirant’s Son Beaten To Death For Alleged Ballot Box Snatching

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Kogi Bye-Election: Reps’ Aspirant’s Son Beaten To Death For Alleged Ballot Box Snatching

There is a report that a suspected ballot box snatcher has been beaten to death in a polling unit in the traditional area of Lokoja metropolis in Kogi state.

The Punch is reporting that the suspect was the son of a House of Representatives aspirant who declared interest just last month.

It further quoted an Eyewitness as saying that the suspect invaded the ‘Ward C’ Voting Center and attempted to snatch the ballot box when party supporters mobbed him to death.

The polling unit is right in front of the palace of Maigarin of Lokoja in the traditional area of the ancient town.

It was gathered that as of the time of filing this report, the corpse of the suspect was being prepared for burial, while the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, William Aya, could not be reached for comments.

It was also learnt that the bye-election to fill the vacant seat in the Lokoja-Kogi Federal Constituency which started on a peaceful note on Saturday was later marred by violence, vote buying and intimidation in Lokoja.

A correspondent of NAN monitoring reported that the election was marred by political thugs going from one polling unit to another to perpetrate fraud.

Although policemen and other security agents were seen at the police stations, they looked the other way, while thugs terrorised people.

At the polling unit at Paparanda Square, voting could not hold as thugs invaded the venue, snatching election materials and beating up people queuing to vote.

The same scenario played out at polling units at Mary Primary School, Karaworo, Adnakolo and Crowther Secondary School, where thugs also disrupted voting.

At Adankolo, some thugs threw stones on people queueing to cast their votes at one of the polling units, chasing them away.

Some of voters who came in their vehicles had their windscreens smashed.

At St. Peter’s Primary School, Felele, voters were seen receiving N2, 000 each after being certified to have voted for particular candidates.

Some officials of the Kogi Government could be seen moving from one polling unit to another in convoys, accompanied by heavily armed policemen and other security operatives.

The Federal Commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission in charge of Kogi, Niger and Nasarawa States, Alhaji Mohammed Haruna, has however, said that the election would be cancelled where discrepancies and violence were recorded.

“INEC will review every case of violence, ballot snatching, voter intimidation and vote buying and take appropriate action,’’ he said.

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#LAMBAugust: Chocolate City Announces Release Dates For 3 Albums That Will ‘Restore’ Hip Hop In Nigeria

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#LAMBAugust: Chocolate City Announces Release Dates For 3 Albums That Will ‘Restore’ Hip Hop In Nigeria

Chocolate City Music has announced that it will be releasing three albums in August in a bid to breathe life back into hip hop in Nigeria.

This disclosure was made in a statement it issued on Friday, August 10, 2018.

The albums are Crown, Yung Denzel and Bad Boy Blaq and are set to be released on August 17th, 24th and 31st respectively.

They were all executive produced by label executive and rapper M.I. Abaga, who has in the past challenged rappers and hip-hop acts about their loyalty to a continuity of the culture in Nigeria.

#LAMBAugust: Chocolate City Announces Release Dates For 3 Albums ‘To Restore’ Hip Hop In NigeriaThe label also tagged their campaign #LAMBAugust, with LAMB being an acronym for Loose Kanyon, AQ, M.I. Abaga & Blaqbonez.

The statement read: “For the entire month of August 2018, hip-hop is promised to experience a re-awakening in Nigeria because for the longest time, the question “is there a future for hip-hop in Nigeria?” has resurfaced multiple times across music discuss platforms.

“For the culture of hip-hop in Nigeria, 3 hip-hop albums shall be released on the 17th, 24th & 31st of August – Crown, Yung Denzel and Bad Boy Blaq respectively.

“All albums executive produced by M.I. Abaga who has in the past challenged rappers and hip-hop acts about their loyalty to a continuity of the culture in Nigeria.

“L.A.M.B is an acronym for Loose Kanyon, AQ, M.I. Abaga & Blaqbonez, but as a word it symbolizes the sacrifices that these hip-hop artists are making to restore and ensure the survival of the culture.

“These three are the first out of many in line of fulfilling this duty for the culture.”

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Kidnapper Who Took Tramadol During Operation Still Sleeping 6 Days After Arrest

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Kidnapper Who Took Tramadol During Operation Still Sleeping 6 Days After Arrest

Six days after his arrest by operatives of the Ondo State Police Command, a suspected kidnapper in Owo town, of the state is still sleeping after allegedly taking Tramadol tablets.

The suspect, it was learnt, who was arrested on Sunday, August 5, 2018, was still sleeping as at Friday, August 10, 2018.

The suspect was arrested by men of the command on Sunday as he and three other members of his gang attempted to kidnap a pharmaceutical shop owner in Owo town.

The State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Femi Joseph said the suspect had yet to wake up.

He said, “As of today (Friday), the suspect had yet to wake up. Maybe he took too much of the drug, that is why he is still sleeping. We have tried all we could to make him regain his consciousness to no avail.

“However, we are still watching him to find out if he is pretending. We are with him and he would face the music no matter how long he is unconscious.”

The suspected kidnapper, who has been in deep slumber since his arrest, has made it impossible for the police to unravel his identity.

The state police disclosed that the three-man gang stormed the shop with guns with the intention to kidnap the owner, a renowned pharmacist in the state, but the victim raised the alarm and escaped through the back door.

The police explained that the suspect tried to escape on a motorcycle but stumbled while he was trying to ride it. 

The other members of the gang were said to have taken to their heels.

The police stated that a 400mg tablet of Tramadol was recovered from the pocket of the sleeping suspect which raised the suspicion that he must have taken the drug before he went for the operation.

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APC And The ‘Burden’ Of Adams Oshiomhole

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APC And The ‘Burden’ Of Adams Oshiomhole, By Nkannebe Raymond

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When Comrade Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole of the “go and die infamy” took over the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) late June, following a fairly successful National Convention of the party, not a few persons within the rank and file of the party, had thought that he was coming to guide the party through the rocks it was visibly headed to at the time. Coming from an impeccable background as a labour leader and two-time governor of Edo State, Oshiomhole was expected to deploy his energy, charisma and the goodwill that greeted his ascension to the headship of the party, to position it for the 2019 general elections, but only a few weeks down the line in that capacity, disillusionment seems to be the order of the day. And many analysts are of the view that we are just getting started.

This piece was written by Nkannebe Raymond. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of 360Nobs.com.

Within the space of six weeks of leading the party, the APC has lost about 15 senators from its fold, including the Senate president, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, who is an indisputable power arsenal; 37 lawmakers of the federal House of Representatives; a great number of members of the Kwara and Benue Houses of Assembly; at least three state governors from strongholds of the party; a deputy governor in the North West region, and the list continues to grow. But it is not necessarily in the incidence of these defections that Oshiomhole has failed to show leadership. Of course it could be contested in his favour that the stage was already set for the defections before he came upon things. It is, however, in the manner that he has reacted to what is clearly an episode in a series of political tsunami that leaves much to be desired.

If Oshiomhole met a party that was standing on the edge of a precipice, he has unwittingly pushed it off the cliff through a style of dictatorial leadership that can only annex and polarise the party faithful. If he met a house that was divided, he has succeeded, in record time, in sowing more discord within what was meant to be an amalgam of progressives. If my memory doesn’t fail me, he has been involved in at least two heated rows with senior members of the APC over what ordinarily ought to be settled within the chambers of the party. The case of Chris Ngige, the honourable minister for labour and productivity, over the non-setting up of the board of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) stands out in this regard. And as I write, the status of that intra-party rift that many people agree was needless is not known, as it was ill thought out from the beginning.

Oshiomhole’s rhetoric has been anything but conciliatory, for a man saddled with the responsibility of uniting a party battling for its soul, even while many members continue to play down this notorious fact. Rather than this, what we have seen is an unprecedented thumping of chest, the giving of ultimatums, threats of sanctions and passionate use of innuendos to cajole alienated party members. A simplistic but now familiar way of explaining this away to Nigeria, according to Oshiomhole, is to tell them that those leaving the party are persons who are no longer comfortable with a system in which money is not shared. Through this warped logic, Oshiomole could be seen as making a case, albeit, a weak one, that his party is one of saints and people with aversion for the misappropriation of public funds. Never mind that this same party was seen the other day in Ekiti State compromising the integrity of an electoral process. You may also pretend that you do not know that this is a party that gave birth to the Babachir Lawals of this world.

Oshiomhole, in a classic case of playing the ostrich, claims not to know that the mass exodus from his party has been occasioned largely by the disaffection of members as a result of what many of them have termed as not being carried along in the affairs of the APC. He claims not to know of the political humiliation of the Senate president that led to his rethinking of his political address. The few conciliatory moves we have seen him embark upon have been confrontational and it is not surprising that they have yielded no result.

Oshiomhole says he’ll not beg anybody to stay within the party. He argues that all those who have left rode to power in 2015 on the popularity of President Muhammau Buhari. In his quintessential manner of resort to derogatory metaphors, he described these people as “big masquerades with no political value” and challenged them to popularity contests in their respective constituencies. He told those who are still contemplating a departure, to make hay while the sun shines, as the party under his leadership is not ready to tolerate unprogressive elements. He said that if the president was ready to tolerate rubbish, he would have none of that while he is chairman of the party. The other day at a state rally in Bauchi, speaking in smattering Hausa, he declaimed that in politics, one honest man was better than 500 dishonest men. By this strange political arithmetic, Oshiomhole was saying in essence that all those who left the fold of the APC were dishonest men who should not be taken seriously by the masses.

It is not known whether Oshiomhole’s problem is occasioned by the overzealousness that often characterises a person’s accession to a new office or position. But whatever it is, all sides agree that he is not going about the superintendence of the party in the way it ought to be, more especially at a time the party hangs on a balance. I shudder to note that he made no visible effort to contain the dispute that culminated in the defection of the deputy governor of Kano State, Professor Hafiz Abubakar a few days ago. Perhaps he must have written the man off, as another un-progressive element who does not belong in the party. His abrupt dissolution of the Kwara State structure of the APC the other day, and poor management of the running crisis in the Kaduna State chapter of the party, are all testaments to what has been a poor style of leadership.

If we are not to sing the nunc dimitis for the party by 2019, then APC members must rally round to save their party from the attrition of Adams Oshiomhole’s mode of leadership. When a captain who is hired to guide a ‘sinking’ ship to the shore, becomes the ship’s own nemesis, commonsense dictates that the passengers take their collective destiny into their hands. If under the more taciturn and gentlemanly Odigie Oyegun, the APC gained more grounds and managed her internal problems with greater ease, then something must be radically wrong with a leadership that has shed those grounds and risks losing more in the shortest space of time. Oshiomhole may be a hardnosed fire eating personality – a character-trait which no doubt helped in his illustrious labour days – but the earlier he shed the toga of activism in the discharge of the duties of his current office, the better for him and the APC, which stands at the threshold of what would be a keenly contested election in 2019.

Nkannebe Raymond, a public affairs analyst, wrote in from Lagos. Comments and reactions to raymondnkannebe@gmail.com.

This piece was written by Nkannebe Raymond. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of 360Nobs.com.

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APC And The ‘Burden’ Of Adams Oshiomhole

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APC And The ‘Burden’ Of Adams Oshiomhole, By Nkannebe Raymond

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When Comrade Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole of the “go and die infamy” took over the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) late June, following a fairly successful National Convention of the party, not a few persons within the rank and file of the party, had thought that he was coming to guide the party through the rocks it was visibly headed to at the time. Coming from an impeccable background as a labour leader and two-time governor of Edo State, Oshiomhole was expected to deploy his energy, charisma and the goodwill that greeted his ascension to the headship of the party, to position it for the 2019 general elections, but only a few weeks down the line in that capacity, disillusionment seems to be the order of the day. And many analysts are of the view that we are just getting started.

This piece was written by Nkannebe Raymond. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of 360Nobs.com.

Within the space of six weeks of leading the party, the APC has lost about 15 senators from its fold, including the Senate president, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, who is an indisputable power arsenal; 37 lawmakers of the federal House of Representatives; a great number of members of the Kwara and Benue Houses of Assembly; at least three state governors from strongholds of the party; a deputy governor in the North West region, and the list continues to grow. But it is not necessarily in the incidence of these defections that Oshiomhole has failed to show leadership. Of course it could be contested in his favour that the stage was already set for the defections before he came upon things. It is, however, in the manner that he has reacted to what is clearly an episode in a series of political tsunami that leaves much to be desired.

If Oshiomhole met a party that was standing on the edge of a precipice, he has unwittingly pushed it off the cliff through a style of dictatorial leadership that can only annex and polarise the party faithful. If he met a house that was divided, he has succeeded, in record time, in sowing more discord within what was meant to be an amalgam of progressives. If my memory doesn’t fail me, he has been involved in at least two heated rows with senior members of the APC over what ordinarily ought to be settled within the chambers of the party. The case of Chris Ngige, the honourable minister for labour and productivity, over the non-setting up of the board of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) stands out in this regard. And as I write, the status of that intra-party rift that many people agree was needless is not known, as it was ill thought out from the beginning.

Oshiomhole’s rhetoric has been anything but conciliatory, for a man saddled with the responsibility of uniting a party battling for its soul, even while many members continue to play down this notorious fact. Rather than this, what we have seen is an unprecedented thumping of chest, the giving of ultimatums, threats of sanctions and passionate use of innuendos to cajole alienated party members. A simplistic but now familiar way of explaining this away to Nigeria, according to Oshiomhole, is to tell them that those leaving the party are persons who are no longer comfortable with a system in which money is not shared. Through this warped logic, Oshiomole could be seen as making a case, albeit, a weak one, that his party is one of saints and people with aversion for the misappropriation of public funds. Never mind that this same party was seen the other day in Ekiti State compromising the integrity of an electoral process. You may also pretend that you do not know that this is a party that gave birth to the Babachir Lawals of this world.

Oshiomhole, in a classic case of playing the ostrich, claims not to know that the mass exodus from his party has been occasioned largely by the disaffection of members as a result of what many of them have termed as not being carried along in the affairs of the APC. He claims not to know of the political humiliation of the Senate president that led to his rethinking of his political address. The few conciliatory moves we have seen him embark upon have been confrontational and it is not surprising that they have yielded no result.

Oshiomhole says he’ll not beg anybody to stay within the party. He argues that all those who have left rode to power in 2015 on the popularity of President Muhammau Buhari. In his quintessential manner of resort to derogatory metaphors, he described these people as “big masquerades with no political value” and challenged them to popularity contests in their respective constituencies. He told those who are still contemplating a departure, to make hay while the sun shines, as the party under his leadership is not ready to tolerate unprogressive elements. He said that if the president was ready to tolerate rubbish, he would have none of that while he is chairman of the party. The other day at a state rally in Bauchi, speaking in smattering Hausa, he declaimed that in politics, one honest man was better than 500 dishonest men. By this strange political arithmetic, Oshiomhole was saying in essence that all those who left the fold of the APC were dishonest men who should not be taken seriously by the masses.

It is not known whether Oshiomhole’s problem is occasioned by the overzealousness that often characterises a person’s accession to a new office or position. But whatever it is, all sides agree that he is not going about the superintendence of the party in the way it ought to be, more especially at a time the party hangs on a balance. I shudder to note that he made no visible effort to contain the dispute that culminated in the defection of the deputy governor of Kano State, Professor Hafiz Abubakar a few days ago. Perhaps he must have written the man off, as another un-progressive element who does not belong in the party. His abrupt dissolution of the Kwara State structure of the APC the other day, and poor management of the running crisis in the Kaduna State chapter of the party, are all testaments to what has been a poor style of leadership.

If we are not to sing the nunc dimitis for the party by 2019, then APC members must rally round to save their party from the attrition of Adams Oshiomhole’s mode of leadership. When a captain who is hired to guide a ‘sinking’ ship to the shore, becomes the ship’s own nemesis, commonsense dictates that the passengers take their collective destiny into their hands. If under the more taciturn and gentlemanly Odigie Oyegun, the APC gained more grounds and managed her internal problems with greater ease, then something must be radically wrong with a leadership that has shed those grounds and risks losing more in the shortest space of time. Oshiomhole may be a hardnosed fire eating personality – a character-trait which no doubt helped in his illustrious labour days – but the earlier he shed the toga of activism in the discharge of the duties of his current office, the better for him and the APC, which stands at the threshold of what would be a keenly contested election in 2019.

Nkannebe Raymond, a public affairs analyst, wrote in from Lagos. Comments and reactions to raymondnkannebe@gmail.com.

This piece was written by Nkannebe Raymond. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of 360Nobs.com.

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Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning

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  • Manchester United have been branded ‘beyond arrogant’ over their failure to pay all workers the ‘real’ living wage.
  • Marco Silva has told Ademola Lookman he will not be leaving Everton and he should fight for his place.
  • Marcos Rojo has relinquished his No 5 shirt at Manchester United, suggesting at a move away from the club.
  • Joe Hart says he has been set free by a move from Manchester City to Burnley.
  • Fabri is set to win the race to be Fulham’s first-choice goalkeeper after they signed Sergio Rico on Deadline Day.
  • Alisson has vowed to ‘do a Mo Salah’ at Liverpool and justify his huge transfer fee.
  • Tiemoue Bakayoko is disappointed he has been axed from Maurizio Sarri’s plans at Chelsea.
  • Wolves have kept the No 1 shirt vacant as a nod of respect to Carl Ikeme.
  • Aston Villa hope to sign Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham on loan before the end of August.
  • Aston Villa star Jack Grealish will get a new contract with a £30m buyout clause after his failed move to Tottenham.
  • Five foreign clubs want to loan Manchester City youngster Patrick Roberts.
  • Sevilla have joined the race to sign £10m-rated Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata.
  • Celtic striker Moussa Dembele could be back in time for the Champions League second-leg clash with AEK Athens on Tuesday.

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Emery Names Koscielny As New Captain

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Arsenal manager, Unai Emery has named Laurent Koscielny as the new captain of the Gunners.

Per Mertesacker led the squad up until his retirement at the end of the season, and his defence partner, Koscielny will take up the band.

Emery has also chosen Petr Cech, Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and Granit Xhaka as members of the leadership group.

“The captain of this group is Laurent Koscielny, who is injured at the moment,” the head coach told his club’s official website.

“After Laurent, our other captains are Petr Cech, Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil and Granit Xhaka.

 

“I want leaders in the team, every player at every time to have the capacity to show leadership, but these are the five players who have a possibility to be the captain.”

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Mourinho: Pogba Was A Beast

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Jose Mourinho has hailed Paul Pogba as a beast, after he held on for as long as he did, despite coming into the squad just four days after returning from rest.

The France midfielder was allowed extra rest and missed the preseason, but was given first team football in the League opened against Leicester.

Pogba opened the scoring with a third minute penalty, but it was playing for 80 minutes Mourinho hailed.

“Of course the boys with the proper pre-seasons, they were in much better condition,” Mourinho said.

“[Luke] Shaw, Andreas Pereira, [Eric] Bailly, [Matteo] Darmian, they were comfortable to play 90 mins. The others were fantastic.

“[Marcus] Rashford was in trouble, but he played. Pogba was a monster. We thought [he could play a] maximum 60 minutes, but he managed 80.

“Then Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini were available to try to help the team. I was fantastic spirit, and there were periods of very good football.

“In the periods Leicester were stronger we played as a team and coped well.”

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Paul Pogba Speaks On Penalty Controversy With Alexis Sanchez

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Manchester United beat Leicester 2-1 in the opening match of the new Premier League season with Pogba scoring the opening goal.

Paul Pogba scored in just the second minute after Sanchez’s cross was handled by Daniel Armartey in the box.

Pogba was seen talking through spot-kick duties with Alexis Sanchez, who seemed irked at his captain’s decision.

But the midfielder has now revealed that United do not actually have a penalty taker and he thought he was the right man to dispatch the ball into the net.

“I didn’t have any pre-season games, I came back on Monday so it was very hard for the legs. We played very well, the performance was OK. We want to go up.

“We don’t have a penalty taker, it’s how we feel and I decided to take it. Maybe on the next game I leave it to Alexis.

“Fred is a very good player, he will help us. I feel comfortable with him.

“Winning the World Cup is in the past. I like challenges, I want to progress and win more trophies.”

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Paul Pogba Promises To Give His Best To Manchester United Fans And Teammates No Matter The Situation

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba vowed to keep giving his all “no matter what’s going on” after his starring role in the Red Devils win over Leicester City.

Paul Pogba has been the subject of speculation in recent days concerning both a possible transfer to Barcelona and his relationship with the United manager Jose Mourinho.

The World Cup winner was handed the captain’s armband against the Foxes and set United on their way to a 2-1 victory with an early penalty – but appeared to allude to off-field issues in a post on his social media accounts after the game.

Pogba wrote: “I’ll always give my best to the fans and my teammates no matter what’s going on. #pogfeelings”

https://twitter.com/paulpogba/status/1028044118801440768?s=19

While the Premier League transfer window closed, other clubs in Europe can still buy players until the end of August and reports of a move to Barca have persisted.

Jose Mourinho hailed Pogba’s “monster” performance after the game but also once more referenced United’s lack of signings this summer, saying: “I find myself with the market closed in a situation I did not think I would be in.”

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Luke Shaw Speaks About His First Ever Manchester United Goal, Earns Praises From Jose Mourinho

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Like Shaw made the most of a rare start for Manchester United in finishing well from a Juan Mata through ball.

Paul Pogba opened the scoring with a third minute penalty for the Red Devils and Jamie Vardy headed home a consolation for Leicester.

And Shaw said scoring was the best moment of his career so far.

He said: “For me it’s the first one and that’s the most important. I’m up and running now

For my career so far, it’s probably the best feeling I’ve had.

“I want more feelings like that.

“That’s why you come to stadiums like this, to teams like this, to help the team and score goals like that.

“It was the best feeling today.”

Luke Shaw hopes this is the campaign he can finally make the left-back role his own.

On Shaw’s performance Mourinho said: “I am very pleased for Luke Shaw.

He made one mistake in 90 minutes, he was very good defensively.

He had a good pre-season.”

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