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Goalie Nnadozie Chiamaka of Rivers Angels Signs Deal With Paris FC

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Goalie Nnadozie Chiamaka of Rivers Angels Signs Deal With Paris FC

French Feminine Division 1 club Paris FC sign Rivers Angels and Super Falcons goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie on an 18-month contract.

The 19-year-old earned huge plaudits for her impressive performance at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France as the African Champions during reaches the knockout stage of the tournament.

FC Naija reports that Nnadozie linked up with Paris FC on a free transfer following the expiration of her contract with Port Harcourt based outfit and Nigeria Women Football League side Rivers Angels but the French giant will pay a ‘compensation fee’ and she will be drafted into the first team in February.

Super Eagles goalie who is expected to be the first choice, will return to Nigeria to sort out her document before returning in February.

Nnadozie has also represented Nigeria at the U-17 and U-20 levels may miss Paris FC’s fixture against Dijon on February 8, the Nigerian goalkeeper is expected to lead the squad in their home game against Stade De Reims on 22nd February 2020.

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BBNaijaFinale: #Laycon emerges winner of BBNaija lockdown edition 2020

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The 2020 edition of the Big brother Naija reality TV show has finally come to a close with housemate and top finalist, Laycon emerging the winner .

Laycon was declared the winner of the 2020 lockdown edition of the show on Sunday after he beat other housemates with the highest number of votes from viewers.

Fellow housemate, Dorathy, emerged the 1st runner up while Nengi was declared the 2nd runner up.

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Police nab 8 suspected cultists for terrorizing neighborhood while mourning colleague

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Ogun State Police Command has arrested eight suspected members of Black Axe (aka Aiye) confraternity.

They were nabbed on September 24 while mourning a colleague.

Public Relations Officer of the command, Abimbola Oyeyemi, made this known in a statement on Sunday.

The names and ages of those in custody are Olatunji Opeyemi, 26; Ayuba Oduola, 25; Sobowale Abiodun, 28; Sobowale Sunday, 25; Adelowo Olalekan, 32; Kareem Lanre, 21; Emmanuel Adebisi, 21; and Tobiloba Wasiu, 20.

The spokesman disclosed that they were nabbed following a complaint to Ogijo police station.

A 16-year-old boy, Onome Iduru, was shot during the cultists’ procession and was rushed to the station.

Oyeyemi said the cultists after opening fire on the victim, took his phone and unleashed terror on the community.

“Upon the report, the DPO Ogijo division, Muhammed Suleiman Baba led his men to the scene where eight members of the violent group were arrested after serious encounter with the policemen.

A banner designed with the group insignia to announce the death of their member was recovered from them while the injured victim was taken to Oladayo hospital for medical attention,” he noted.

The Commissioner of Police, Edward Awolowo Ajogun, has ordered the transfer of the suspects to the Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department.

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