Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Liverpool still pushing to sign Barca's Song

Liverpool still pushing to sign Barca's Song

Liverpool are still pushing to sign Barcelona midfielder Alex Song this summer as Brendan Rodgers looks to keep adding to his squad.
The Reds were first linked with Song two weeks ago with reports in Spain suggesting a deal was close, but all links with the Cameroon international have since died off.
However, El Mundo Deportivo says Liverpool are still firmly in the race for the player and are hopeful of signing Song on-loan.

Zigic's agent confirms Arsenal transfer is close

Zigic's agent confirms Arsenal transfer is close

Nikola Zigic’s agent Milan Calasan has revealed that Arsenal have opened talks with his client over a shock move to the Emirates Stadium.
The 6’7” striker is currently a free agent after his Birmingham City contract expired at the end of last season, and despite suggestions that he might retire, Arsenal have moved in.

Juliet Ibrahim Speaks About Her Short-Lived Romance With Nollywood’s Ik Ogbonna

A romantic relationship existing between sexy Nollywood actor, Ik Ogbonna and curvaceous Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim became known when he apologized to her via youtube,
But it seems the apology was not accepted because fast forward to a couple of months later, it appears the relationship never existed…..In a recent chat, Juliet says of the ‘romantic relationship’:

Tom Ikimi dumps APC


The APC crisis which began in June this year following the emergence of John Oyegun as the national chairman of the party has culminated into the defection of Chief Tom Ikimi, who was one of the national chairmanship aspirants, from APC.
Ikimi in a statement made available to newsmen said, “I have made the decision to withdraw my membership from the All Progressives Congress (APC) from today, 27th August 2014″. Ikimi however failed to state exactly which political party he is defecting to.

UBA announces former MD, Tony Elumelu as new Chairman

Tony Elumelu

The Board of United Bank for Africa Plc, UBA, on Tuesday named Mr. Tony O. Elumelu, CON, as Chairman to succeed Ambassador Joe Keshi.
Mr. Elumelu until this new appointment is Chairman/CEO of Heirs Holdings, the pan-African proprietary investment company, founded by him in 2010.
Elumelu retired as Group Managing Director/CEO of UBA in 2010, following the introduction by the Central Bank of Nigeria of 10-year tenure limits for bank CEOs.

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Couples who smoke marijuana together less likely to engage in domestic violence

Controversial new research suggests that couples who smoke marijuana together are less likely to be violent towards one another - perhaps because of their views as well as the drug

Marijuana has been blamed for causing car accidents and fuelling acts of violence.
But now controversial new research suggests that couples who smoke the drug together are actually less likely to be violent towards one another.
And experts claim it's not just the effects of cannabis on the brain, but the fact that couples who use it may share similar values and social circles, that may reduce the likelihood of conflict.

Researchers at the University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions and Research Institute on Addictions, in New York, studied 634 couples to find that the more they smoked marijuana, the less likely they were to engage in domestic violence.

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Los Angeles Police Department 'Regret' Arrest Of Black Film Producer

The Los Angeles Police Department has apologised for the mistaken arrest of a black film producer who it said looked like a bank robber.
Harvard graduate Charles Belk was detained on Friday as he left a restaurant to top up a parking meter before a pre-Emmy television awards party.