As the Tokyo 2020 Olympics draw to a close, and athletes having walked away with shiny gold, silver and bronze medals, we take a look at what they get in return for their exceptional sporting abilities.
When athletes carry first, second and third in their area of sport, the International Olympic Committee(IOC) awards them with gold, silver and bronze medals – that’s where it Continue reading →
A group of MPs gathered in parliament on 23 November 2020 to address Diaspora Nigerians’ request to sanction certain known individuals within the Nigerian Government and security forces, following the #LekkiMassacre – that left an uncertified number of people dead.
Majority of the group, led by Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, the Conservative MP for Chipping Barnet, argued the case for Nigerian civilians to be heard since over Continue reading →
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