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UEFA To Punish Arsenal, Man United, Chelsea, Madrid Others Over Super League Involvement  
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UEFA To Punish Arsenal, Man United, Chelsea, Madrid Others Over Super League Involvement  

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has confirmed the 12 clubs involved in last week’s European Super League controversy will be punished. However, Ceferin suggested the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ could be shown greater leniency after they were the first to pull out of plans for the breakaway competition. Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham all pulled out following furious backlash from across the football world over attempts to create a ‘closed shop’ elite league. But Ceferin compared Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus to ‘flat Earthers’ after they tried to cling on to the idea of the Super League, even after Atletico Madrid, AC Milan and Inter Milan also pulled out. It is thought that Madrid, Barca and Juve could face the harshest ...
Seven Nigerians who participated in #EndSARS protest in Egypt face deportation- Abike Dabiri-Erewa
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Seven Nigerians who participated in #EndSARS protest in Egypt face deportation- Abike Dabiri-Erewa

Seven Nigerians who participated in an #EndSARS protest in Egypt are facing deportation. On October 18, some Nigerians were arrested for holding a protest in front of the Nigerian High Commission in Cairo without a permit. Abike Dabiri-Erewa who is the chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission gave an update of the arrested Nigerians. According to her, seven of the Nigerians who participated in the protest are to be deported for not having residence permits. ''Update on the 8 Nigerians detained in Cairo for protesting without a permit 7 of them are to be deported to Nigeria for for lack of resident permits.The only one that has Residency will get final clearance from the Minister of Interior After signing an undertaking not go against laws of Egypt. The Nigerian missio...
FG Condemns Execution of Nigerian Woman Accused of Drug Trafficking In Saudi Arabia
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FG Condemns Execution of Nigerian Woman Accused of Drug Trafficking In Saudi Arabia

The Nigerian federal government has criticised Saudi Arabia for executing a Nigerian woman for drug-related cases, describing the act as pathetic. According to the Saudi Interior Ministry, a Nigerian woman, two Pakistani men and a Yemeni man were charged for drug trafficking, and executed having been found guilty. The recent execution brought the number of people executed this year to 53. Speaking in Abuja on Tuesday, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Diaspora, said the woman is the eighth Nigerian to be executed in such manner in the country this year alone. Dabiri-Erewa said 20 more Nigerians are on death row in the country for similar offences, while 12 had been prosecuted and are to serve various jail terms. She said: "So we have...

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