Congo Confirms 2,000 Deaths Over 3,000 Ebola Cases:
Congo’s National Ebola Committee confirmed Ebola deaths in the African nation are amounting to 2,000 and
the virus have exceeded 3,000.
Issues of health workers and widespread security threaten their fight against Ebola in the region.
This is according to the statement released by the committee on Friday.
The committee revealed that 3,002 confirmed Ebola cases
with 1,974 deaths.
Students of Ogun State celebrates Gov. Abiodun’s victory at the tribunal:
National Association of Ogun State Students (NAOSS) described the victory of Dapo Abiodun at the tribunal as a victory for all.
Mr Oluwagbemileke Ogunrombi, National President of NAOSS on Saturday, said that Abiodun’s mandate was “the will of the people of the State.
“It is the will of the students
studying home and abroad for Governor Dapo Abiodun to be victorious in the tribunal.”
The victory had eliminated any form of distraction and given the governor more time to concentrate on the development of the state.
We Must Not win all the time says Guardiola:
Pep Guardiola shrugged off his team’s shock 3-2 defeat by Norwich City on Saturday with a straight message.
My team must not be winning every week, Guardiola says.
Manchester city beat Liverpool to the title last season after winning their last 14 games.
Guardiola team won 32 out of 38 games last season seeing defeat only twice.
I don’t Regret Arsenal Exit- Alex Iwobi:
I feel at home at Everton and don’t regret leaving Arsenal for Merseyside.
Iwobi made a deadline day move to Goodison Park last month, bringing an end to his playing career at Arsenal.
The forward started playing for Arsenal since the age of eight and joined Everton for a £35m.
He told Sky sports that he feels like he’s got a new home and his really comfortable and enjoying himself at Everton.
Source: Punch and Vanguard Newspapers.