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[NEWSFEED] Men Suspected in the Murder of Rapper Young Dolph Have Been Arrested

A man has been arrested for the murder of Young Dolph, [NEWSFEED] Men Suspected in the Murder of Rapper Young Dolph Have Been Arrested

A man has been arrested for the murder of Young Dolph.

Recall that the 36-year-old rapper was shot dead on November 17 in Memphis, and now Rolling Stone reports that police took the suspect—23-year-old Justin Johnson, a rapper who performed under the name Straight Drop—into custody Tuesday afternoon in Indiana.

The authorities announced on Wednesday, January 5, that they had issued a warrant against Johnson for first-degree murder. They added that Johnson had an outstanding warrant for violating his supervised release in an unrelated federal weapons case.

Rolling Stone returned later with an update, saying that another suspect – Cornelius Smith, 32, was also arrested and was indicted today on first-degree murder, weapons possession, and theft charges.

We can’t wait to see how this pans out.

[SPORTS] AFCON 21: Nigeria down Egypt 1-0


Kelechi Iheanacho struck a superb volley in the first half to give Nigeria a much deserved 1-0 win over Egypt in the opening Group D clash of the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.

Three-time champions Nigeria dominated the game in Garoua and shot ahead on the half hour mark after Iheanacho collected Joe Aribo’s knockdown and rifled into the top corner to set the stadium alight.

Egypt’s two-time African player of the year Mo Salah was largely contained as the Eagles played an expansive game to the delight of their colourful fans in the stadium and across the border in Nigeria.

With the victory, Nigeria move top of the group temporarily, ahead of the other tie between Guinea Bissau and Sudan.

[NEWSFEED] Sanwo-Olu commissions elderly care centre in Epe


The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has commissioned the Thani-Oladunjoye Old People Care Centre in Oke-Owode, Epe, built by the Thani-Oladunjoye family, just as he reiterated the need to cater for the vulnerable and the elderly in society.

Speaking at the ceremony, Governor Sanwo-Olu said the facility is a modern architectural edifice and the first of its kind in Lagos State, expressing his delight for being part of the epoch-making event for the people of the ancient town of Epe.

Sanwo-Olu, who was represented by the Special Adviser to the Governor on Civic Engagement, Princess Aderemi Adebowale, said the majority of Lagosians have refused to come to the reality that some of these elderly people had contributed immensely to the socio-economic development of the society during their prime.

He stressed that the onus is on the people to care for the elderly by focusing on issues affecting them, adding that every individual will age and require the support of the younger generation at some point in life.

In his words: “This is a bold step in re-writing our history as a people and changing the undesirable narrative of our lack of desire to adequately take care of our elderly population”.

“Those of you that are very familiar with me can attest to the fact that at every opportunity, especially at events like this, I’ve always canvassed that nowhere in the world can government alone meet the needs of the people or its citizens. Hence, the need to encourage partnership with high networth individuals, corporate organisations and non-governmental agencies to ensure the welfare of the citizens”.”

Governor Sanwo-Olu further appreciated the promoter of the Thani-Oladunjoye Old People Centre, stating that such a laudable gesture would go a long way in complementing the efforts of the Lagos State Government in the area of social welfare development in the State.

He reaffirmed that his government would not rest on its oars in making sure the pain of the less privileged, especially the elderly population in Lagos State, is ameliorated, urging the good people of Lagos State with financial capabilities to establish social infrastructure like the Thani-Oladunjoye family by instituting such projects in their communities across the State.

The Thani-Oladunjoye Old People Care Centre was established in memory of Late Pa Muhammed Nurudeen Alao Thani-Oladunjoye and Mama Sidikat Thani by the Thani-Oladunjoye family.

[NEWSFEED] European Parliament President, David Sassoli, is dead

The president of the European ,Parliament, David Sassoli, died early Tuesday in hospital in Italy, his ,spokesman ,said on, Twitter.

The president of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, died early Tuesday in hospital in Italy, his spokesman said on Twitter.

The 65-year-old Italian had been seriously ill in hospital for more than two weeks due to a dysfunction of his immune system.

“David Sassoli passed away at 1.15 am on 11 January at the CRO in Aviano, Italy, where he was hospitalized,” his spokesman Roberto Cuillo tweeted.

“The date and place of the funeral will be communicated in the next few hours.”

The former television news reader had been in hospital since December 26 due to “a serious complication due to a dysfunction of the immune system,” Cuillo had said on Monday, announcing the cancellation of Sassoli’s official activities.

Sassoli was previously admitted with pneumonia for several weeks last September.

The European Parliament sits for a five-year term between elections, but the president of the body serves for half that time.

Sassoli had already indicated that he would not seek re-election.

He was born on May 30, 1956, in Florence, Italy.

After a three-decade career as an Italian journalist, starting out in newspapers then moving to television and becoming a nationally known anchor, Sassoli, became a member of the European Parliament in 2009, and speaker in 2019.

He was a member of the centre-left Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, the second-biggest grouping in the parliament after the centre-right European People’s Party.

Although his role was that of speaker, he had the title of president of the European legislature. His arrival in the chamber was traditionally announced in Italian as “Il Presidente”.

Unlike some EU officials, who speak in English and French in public appearances, Sassoli had made a point of using Italian.

On Tuesday next week, MEPs are expected to hold the first round of voting for his successor.

Zendaya’s Season 2 of ‘Euphoria’ Makes the Largest Viewer Record for Premiere on HBO Max

Zendaya is a star. After a two-year hiatus, the Season 2 premiere of her HBO’s Euphoria has broken major records. According to Deadline, the episode saw 2.4 million viewers in total, making it the biggest digital premiere since HBO Max launched in May 2020. This episode was also the best performing HBO Max show or movie […]

[SPORTS] N.F.L. Coach Firings Follow Regular Season’s End

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Senegal 1-0 Zimbabwe: Mane late strike spares Lions’ blushes

Sadio Mane scored a stoppage time penalty as Senegal beat hard-fighting Zimbabwe 1-0 in the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The Group B clash seemed to be petering out to a scoreless draw until the referee pointed to the spot deep into stoppage time after Kelvin Madzongwe was adjudged to have blocked a shot […]

[SPORTS] Playoff Fans in the Cold as College Football Plots Its Future

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Ikoyi, Lagos-inspired London restaurant, ranks among World top 50

Ikoyi, a Lagos-inspired London-based restaurant, has become the first in the United Kingdom to bag the ‘One To Watch Award’ by the World 50 Best Restaurants. The award sponsored by American Express recognises a restaurant considered to be a rising star on the global dining scene. Ikoyi restaurant, which has one Michelin star, is named […]

[SPORTS] Klay Thompson Returns, as if He Never Left

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2023: Uneasy calm in APC over growing support for Osinbajo

There is mounting appre­hension within the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as sup­port for Vice President Yemi Osinbajo gathers momentum ahead of the 2023 general elections. While the party is yet to make any declaration as to where President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor will emerge, several names have been flying around and promi­nent among those names […]

[SPORTS] Raiders Use 17th Game (and Then Some) to Slide Into Postseason

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[SPORTS] Novak Djokovic wins a legal battle to stay in Australia and compete for a 21st Grand Slam title.

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BBNaija’s Tochi Oke Proposes to US Based Girlfriend, Chioma

Tochukwu Ikechukwu aka Tochi Oke is off the market and has joined the league of men

[SPORTS] Making Your Running Resolution Stick

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Nollywood Actor, Ifeanyi Kalu Ties the Knot with Lover, Nicole Ndigwe

There's one less single man in Nollywood as Ifeanyi Kalu is off the market after getting hitched this weekend.

AFCON 21: NFF to pay Eagles $5,000 for group stage win

The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) has agreed to pay the Super Eagles the sum of $5,000 for every win during the group stages of the Africa Cup of Nations kicking off later today. The Eagles aiming for their fourth AFCON title in their 19th appearance in the tournament have been drawn in Group D alongside […]

[SPORTS] N.F.L. Sunday: The A.F.C.’s Last Two Berths Have Five Contenders

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Shocking Moment Giant Rock Detached in Brazil and Fell on Tourist Boats, Killing at Least 6 People: Watch

A shocking video has surfaced showing the moment a giant rock detached near a waterfall in Brazil and fell in three tourist boats, killing many people. According to Reuters, the tragedy happened Saturday on Furnas Lake in the state of Minas Gerais. And the video shows several boats floating near a waterfall just as a slab of […]

[SPORTS] Dak Prescott and the Cowboys’ Starters Launch Into Playoffs

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