Eddie Nketiah has equaled former Nigeria international Nwankwo Kanu’s Arsenal Premier League record, after netting a brace in the Gunners’ win against Leeds at the Emirates on Sunday. However, ARSENAL’S boss Mikel Arteta has boldly declared to anyone who care to listen to keep the poison away. CC : CompleteSports"Nketiah Equals Kanu’s Arsenal Premier League Record"
Power supply from the National Grid fell by 25.3 percent to 3,320.70 Megawatts yesterday from 4,446.02MW recorded last Sunday. According to data supplied by the National System Operator it showed that has at 5pm, 19 power generation companies were on the grid. The largest electricity supplier was Egbin Power with 544MW, followed by Azura-Edo IPP with 426MW and Delta Power with 367MW. The least suppliers were Omoku (Gas) with 46.20MW and Paras Energy with 46.80MW.…"Power generation falls 25% as DisCos reject 371MW"
The city of Kramatorsk became the capital of Ukraine’s Donetsk province after separatists took control of Donetsk itself during the 2014 war. Now close to the front lines, it has suffered regular strikes which have pushed many people to flee. However, a significant number of residents have stayed behind. However, Local authorities say they will take care of the 45 to 50 thousand people who have stayed behind but they are still urging people to…"Kramatorsk will survive : ukranian city vows to face down Russian assault."
According to a series of tweets on NNPC handle late Sunday. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) says low loadouts are one of the reasons behind the recent return of long queues in filling stations in Abuja. It explained that another reason for the development is the “increased fuel purchases which are also usual with returning residents of the FCT from the public holidays”. CC : Channels"Why Fuel Queues Have Returned To Abuja – NNPC"
The second round of the eight-week warning strike embarked upon by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, ends today while they extended the ongoing strike by three months after the initial warning strike expired. ASUU president Prof Emmanuel Osodeke disclosed the union’s decision today. According to reports, the National Executive Committee, NEC, of the union had earlier given the go ahead to the national leadership to call out members on indefinite strike,…"ASUU’s WARNING STRIKE ENDS TODAY, ASUU extends strike for another three months"
Manchester City play their biggest game of the season against Real Madrid on Wednesday night. Pep Guardiola has said his side can still win even if they play worse than they did last time. Pep Guardiola is yet to win the Champions League with Manchester City CC: SkySports"Manchester city can play worse and still win against Real Madrid – Pep Guardiola"
The net value of the nations’s pension fund assets has risen to N13.8trillion.According to the National Pension Commission, the assets rose to N13.88 trillion in March, this year from N13.76 trillion recorded the previous month. This is a growth of N113.75 billion in one month. Findings show that the growth has remained uninterrupted despite the recapitalisation ordered by the Commission on Pension Funds Administrators The exercise was completed on March 27 with PFAs capital increasing…"Pension fund hits 13.8 Trillion Naira"
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen says Russian oil will be phased out by the end of the year. The sanctions are yet to be formally approved by the 27 national governments, and could yet be vetoed by those who are reliant on supplies from Russia, such as Hungary and Slovakia. Ms von der Leyen acknowledged it wouldn’t be an easy move as some member states are strongly dependent on Russian oil. CC :…"European Commission moves to block Russian oil imports to the block"
According to the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, The federal government of Nigeria and the Lagos state government will earn total revenue of over $201 billion in 45 years when the Lekki Deep Sea Port becomes fully operational. The Minister stated this today when he undertook a tour of the $1.53bn mega projects in Lagos .Accompanied by heads of parastatals under the Ministry of Transportation, Alhaji Mohammed expressed joy at the quality of…"FG, Lagos to earn $201bn from Lekki Port – Lai Mohammed"
The Governor of Cross River State, Ben Ayade, has directed his appointees seeking elective offices to quit with effect from Thursday, May 5, as he is set to reshuffle his cabinet. He gave the order today in a statement by his Special Adviser Media and Publicity, Christian Ita.According to the statement, the Governor directed that “any political appointee presently serving in his government but desires to seek an elective position in the forthcoming 2023 elections…"Ayade asks appointees to resign, set to reshuffle cabinet"