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The Guardian Nigeria

Tuesday 28 April 2015
HEADLINES
The NFF has moved to ensure that players and officials of the national teams conformed to the conditions of its new kit deal with American sports wear company,

NFF’s NIKE deal worth $750,000 in first year

The country’s new kit deal with world leading brand, NIKE, is worth $750,000 in the first year, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has revealed.

Sub-Saharan Africa needs $835 billion to fix power

NIGERIA and the other countries in the Sub-Saharan Africa would require more than $835 billion of capital to fix its generation, transmission and distribution plants by 2040.

Ondo Assembly impeaches Deputy Governor Ali Olanusi

Olanusi was impeached by 22 out of the 25 lawmakers who constituted the Eighth Assembly over a seven-count allegation of gross misconduct levelled against him last week at the floor of the House. 

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How Buhari can tackle graft, governance by Oyebola, others

BARELY five weeks to his swearing-in, President-elect, Major-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd), may be studying a document, the implementation of which may spell harsh times for corrupt politicians...

Chelsea hold Arsenal, move closer to Premiership title

Chelsea crept ever closer to a seemingly inevitable Premier League title after holding challengers, Arsenal, to a goalless stalemate at the Emirates Stadium.

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The NFF has moved to ensure that players and officials of the national teams conformed to the conditions of its new kit deal with American sports wear company,
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