SPORT-STD infection stops Barcelona star from playing in upcoming El-classico

Barcelona takes on Real Madrid in the El Clasico soon and keeping in mind that the Catalan team will require no motivation for this game but one player will feel terrible to pass up a great opportunity for a somewhat unusual explanation.

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Arthur Melo, currently playing in Barcelona, will miss the opportunity to play against Real Madrid as a result of what is being named a “sexually transmitted disease” or a STD disease.

The Sports Rush are among the sources revealing that Melo had to miss an ongoing game against Mallorca because of what the club called crotch damage, while as a general rule it was the treatment of an STD known as gonorrhea.

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Arthur Mello (Image: Bleacher Report)

Because of the treatment for the STD, Melo will be taking certain medicines that may pop up on the radar of anti-doping agencies monitoring player performance during El Clasico, so Barcelona won’t let the Brazilian contend in a match till the treatment is finished.

On the off chance that Melo ends up playing while at the same time experiencing treatment, odds are his samples would show positive outcomes in doping tests, which would imply that he would be suspended for quite a long time as a result of it.

In any case, Barcelona goes into the game with a solid squad and a conviction that they can do the business over their unpleasant opponents.

 

 

South African police convicted for murder of Nigerian

South African police constable convicted for murder of Nigerian

A court in South Africa has found a police constable, Austin Reynolds, guilty for the murder of a Nigerian, Ebuka Okoli.

This was disclosed by the President of the Nigerian Union South Africa (NUSA) Mr Adetola Olubajo, in a statement on Friday.

According to him, the accused was found guilty on a one count charge of murder and three charges of robbery.

Olubajo stated: “NUSA welcomes the judgment of Judge Shyam Gyanda on the brutal murder of Ebuka Emmanuel Okoli, who was shot dead by a police constable in Durban on January 19, 2018.

“Austin Luciano Reynolds, the 24-year-old South African police constable, was found guilty today Friday, November 29, 2019, for January 19, 2018 murder of Ebuka Okoli a native of Anambra State in Durban, Kwa Zulu Natal.

“The accused was found guilty on all four charges, one charge of murder and three charges of robbery. The accomplice of the accused during the illegal raid turned state witness.”

According to reports, Ebuka was shot at close range during an alleged illegal raid by Reynolds and his colleague on the community where the deceased resided in Durban.

Why is sowore still in jail-see interesting Details

Reno Omokri wrote:

“Despite the stringent bail conditions set for Nnamdi Kanu, Igbos wasted no time fulfilling it. Sowore’s bail terms are nowhere near as tough as Nnamdi Kanu’s, yet no one has stood for him.

“Yet, while he was in detention and court, many people were talking tough in his defence. It just tells you a lot about Igbo communal spirit as compared to other ethnic nationalities.

“If Sowore was Igbo, he would have been out of jail by now. An Igbo Senator, Enyinnaya Abaribe, risked jail, put his Senatorial office on the line, to stand as surety for Kanu.

“Are you trying to tell me that none of Sowore’s kinsmen have ordinary ₦50 million?  I am yet to see a people who love themselves like the Igbo.

“In America, believe it or not, Igbo unions give new comers loans to set up their own businesses. I have seen news stories of destitute Nigerians abroad who need assistance. That can never happen to an Igbo. Other Igbos in that community will rally round and rehabilitate him or her. Let us all learn that self love from Ndi’Igbo and Nigeria will be better for it.”

South Africa Grant’s Air Peace permit to operate Daily

Air Peace

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said that the South African Government has granted request for the Nigerian Designated Airline, Air Peace to commence commercial flights to Johannesburg, South Africa.

According to a statement issued on Monday by the Spokesman of the Ministry, Ferdinand Nwonye, the confirmation was granted in the process of ascertaining the level of implementation of the Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) between Nigeria and South Africa at the Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) of the 9th Session of the Nigeria/South Africa Bi-National Commission Summit in Pretoria, South Africa on Friday 27th September, 2019.

The proprietor of Air Peace Airlines, Chief Allen Onyema has also confirmed that the airline would commence operation as soon as possible to promote air travel between Nigeria and South Africa, the statement added.

 

My children missing there father-sowore wife takes Anti-Buhari protests to UN

Opeyemi, wife of Omoyele Sowore, convener of RevolutionNow movement, led a protest against President Muhammadu Buhari outside the UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday, according to CNN.

Buhari is among the dignitaries attending the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Nigerian leader addressed the session earlier on Tuesday.

CNN said Opeyemi used the protest as an avenue to mount pressure on the Buhari administration to release her husband who has been in detention since August 3.

Operatives of the Department of State Services had arrested Sowore in Lagos and transferred him to Abuja two days after.

In a transcript of his first conversation with the secret police, Sowore said he had been denied access to his loved ones.

His wife told CNN that she had been allowed only two phone conversations with her husband since his arrest.

“It is very sad to see the cause of action this has taken in the past one and a half months, especially for someone that was calling for a change for the better in Nigeria,” she was quoted to have said.

“It’s been almost two months since he walked out the door. Children are resilient in times like this, but they miss their father and are really hoping for his safe return.”

The DSS had initially obtained a court order to detain Sowore for 45 days. On Friday, Sowore was charged to court for “conspiracy to commit treason” and “insulting” Buhari.

But a federal high court in Abuja granted him bail on Tuesday and ordered his release to Femi Falana, his counsel.

Taiwo Taiwo, the presiding judge, said there was no longer a subsisting order holding Sowore whose wife had earlier said the government had no grounds to hold her husband.

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