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Rohr urged to revert to 4-4-2 formation, play players in best positions

Arthur Ebunam, ex-Rangers International has blamed the Super Eagles’ 0-2 loss to Croatia in their World Cup opener on wrong positioning of players and formation not amenable to scoring goals. Nigeria’s defender Brian Idowu (C) plays the ball during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group D football match between Croatia and Nigeria at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO Ebunam said this while speaking in Awka on Sunday. He said the 4-2-3-1 formation adopted by Gernot Rohr was inimical to attacking football, adding that the players were also unable to interpret it to yield the required results. According to him, the head coach must adopt the natural 4-4-2 formation to mount maximum pressure on Iceland on June 22. “The coach must change his attac...

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NAFDAC urges FG to establish institute for herbal medicine

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on Sunday called on the Federal Government to establish a national institute for the promotion of herbal medicine in Nigeria. The Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof Moji Adeyeye made the call in an interview with a correspondent of the Newsmen in Abuja. He explained that traditional medicine was too important to be ignored in the healing process and promotion of healthy living. She said that several meetings had been held with stakeholders on how to promote herbal medicine in the country. “Government should support the idea to establish a National Institute of Science that will conduct researches for the benefit of humanity. “The approved herbal products do undergo limited testing due to inadequate...

Our Triumph through Supernatural Connection

By Pastor William F. Kumuyi As you turn away from all forms of sinful desires, pleasures and acts that displease God, you are to turn to Jesus for cleansing and pardon. The instant you take that decision, the light of God will shine upon you while the darkness that emanates from Satan will be shattered. Kumuyi The life of a sinner is like that thick dark soot smoke coming out from the chimney on a house top, which cannot be missed by passersby. Nobody can cover a life sooted in sin. Though you may use a smile, a dress and or a perfume to disguise certain things, but sin cannot be covered. It may be hidden from human beings, who have eyes but cannot see; yet God who gave us the eyes sees and knows all things. He knows that you are a sinner because when you commit the ve...

New infections occurring among young girls because we fail to discuss sex – Dr Esiet

By Ephraim Oseji Dr Uwem Esiet is the Executive Director of Action Health Incorporated, a non- governmental organisation (NGO). In this interview, Esiet speaks on breaking the vows of silence on the issue of sexuality among others.  Essiet Discussing sex in this part of the world seems to be a taboo especially among teenagers. Why? I don’t think teenagers themselves do not talk about sex. The problem therefore is with the parents who find it difficult discussing issues of sexuality with younger people. If we take a step back, we will realise that our society has not been forthcoming on the issues of sexuality. There has been a whole lot of silence on sexuality, and if they are even going to talk about it, they will use acronyms, euphemisms, suggestive words and phrases...

Moses, Iheanacho, Mikel key to Eagles success, says Taribo West

Former Super Eagles defender, Taribo West says Victor Moses, Kelechi Iheanacho and John Obi Mikel must have to raise their game if the Super Eagles are to make any impact in Russia 2018. Nigeria’s players take part in a training session at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 15, 2018 during the Russia 2018 World Cup football tournament. / AFP “Players like Victor, Iheanacho, Obi Mikel have demonstrated their qualities,” West told Goal. “And the advantage of this selection is to have a very experienced coach in Gernot Rohr. He knows the highest level. We rely a lot on him, on his experience. “It’s a team that does not have a lot of experienced players. We do not have big, big players. But I think Rohr has worked hard. Collectively, I find them very strong. It...

Suicide candidates everywhere, they want to die anyhow!

life stressors to blame – Experts By Chioma Obinna & Arinola Kolade In recent times, cases of suicide have filled the media space. Also commonplace are stories of homicide – husband killing wife and wife killing husband. There are also stories of people jumping into the lagoon. Only last weekend, the story of a yet to be identified woman, said to have jumped into the lagoon from the Third Mainland Bridge, Lagos, made headlines. Concerned Nigerians are of the view that Nigeria is gradually becoming a fertile ground for suicide and homicide. There are also stories of domestic violence in varying proportions. In a particular instance, a 33-year-old mother of two, Mrs. Sokari West, from Buguma, Asari-Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State, was said to have been kil...

Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Ogunlade shares happiness with Maltina at Laffmattazz

By Ayo Onikoyi Ondo, the Sunshine State was indeed lit up this week as rave-making comedy show, Laffmattazz, delivered premium entertainment to residents of the state capital on Tuesday, June 12th. The Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Ogunlade The comedy show  which held at D Dome, Akure witnessed the presence of important personalities like the Deji of Akure, Oba Aladetoyinbo Ogunlade, as well as A-list actors, music artistes and comedians. Guests were treated to performances by some of the country’s biggest comedians and artistes including Omobaba, Koffi, Woli Agba, Kenny Blaq, Peteru, Woli Arole the prophet, CDQ, Small Doctor, Slimcase, Reminise, and a host of others. There were also exciting side attractions like fun games, lucky dips, spinning the wheel, where luck...

Nigeria vs Croatia : Sometimes we were a little bit naive – Rohr

Nigeria vs Croatia : Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr admitted his young team had been “naive” in a 2-0 loss to Croatia in their opening Group D game Saturday, continuing a dismal recent record at World Cups. Nigeria’s midfielder Onyinye Ndidi (L) and Croatia’s midfielder Luka Modric vie during the Russia 2018 World Cup Group D football match between Croatia and Nigeria at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 16, 2018. / AFP PHOTO A Luka Modric penalty 20 minutes from time and a first-half own goal sealed victory for a Croatia side brimming with technical ability, and the Super Eagles — who brought the youngest squad to Russia — have now won just one of their last 13 games on football’s biggest stage. “We are disappointed but we must recognise Croatia were better to...

Osun 2018: Defining the stake

Viewpoint In Brief: The crux of the matter By Olumuyiwa Kumuyi Voters in  Osun State will head to the polls in September 2018. The stakes in this election year will determine for good or ill where Osun will also be in the next four years. If between 2010 and now the extra-ordinary battle had been to demonize Governor Rauf Aregbesola and the ruling party for supposedly going out of their way to venture an ambitious plan of development for the state, the next four years will oscillate between continuing Aregbesola’s projects or destroying them. This is what the 2018 election is all about. First the battle between 2010 and now to oust Aregbesola, failed badly in 2014. But the disinformation exercise to negatively characterize the governor’s efforts was a success. Negative...

How we’re repositioning Nigeria for greatness, by Lai Mohammed

This event brings us together today to celebrate the successes and opportunities in Africa. Alhaji Lai Mohammed As we all know, popular depictions of Africa can be (grim): Poverty, violence, disease – this is an image that all of us here today are familiar with. Yet so too do we know how this obscures, rather than reveals. It masks the success stories, the positive trends, the democratic gains that are evident, if only you look closer. But – perhaps – more importantly, it obscures the human potential and future possibilities that lie within these 54 nations. This is not to say there are no challenges. Rather, it is to realise that they should not limit us – nor our scope of ambition. For it is only a part of the picture. The continent has often been presented as a prob...

Python swallows woman in her farm

Angry villagers have cut open a python’s belly after it swallowed a 54-year-old woman Wa Tiba, in her farm in Indonesia. Wa Tiba inside the python’s belly Tiba went missing while tending to her vegetable garden near her village on Muna Island in Southeast Sulawesi province on Thursday, according to the village chief, Faris. When her family went to look for her, they found only her belongings in the garden, including her sandals, a machete and a flashlight. The villagers subsequently launched a search for her but were horrified to find a 23-foot-long python with a severely bloated belly just 50 yards from the garden. Faris said the villagers killed the snake and when they cut open its belly, they found the woman’s body still intact wearing all her clothes. Local police ...