Victor Moses Out of Eagles’ Algeria, Argentina Games

[This Day] Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses is not likely to be available for Nigeria’s last World Cup 2018 qualifier against the Desert Foxes of Algeria and the Grade-A friendly against the La Albeceleste of Argentina next month.

[This Day] Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses is not likely to be available for Nigeria's last World Cup 2018 qualifier against the Desert Foxes of Algeria and the Grade-A friendly against the La Albeceleste of Argentina next month.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

World Rugby Focuses On Nigeria As Britain, Kenya Arrive for Independence Sevens

[Guardian] The preparation over the past two weeks have been intense. Every progressive stakeholder in Nigerian rugby has been working round the clock to ensure the country is ready when the giants of the game come calling for West Africa’s internation…

[Guardian] The preparation over the past two weeks have been intense. Every progressive stakeholder in Nigerian rugby has been working round the clock to ensure the country is ready when the giants of the game come calling for West Africa's international rugby flagship tournament, which will hold this weekend at the Lagos Polo Club, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Malabu Scandal – UK Returns U.S.$85 Million to Nigeria

[Premium Times] On the day the anti-graft agency, EFCC, expressed its frustrations in locating two ex-Nigerian ministers on trial for their alleged roles in the Malabu scandal, the federal government announced that UK authorities returned $85 million (…

[Premium Times] On the day the anti-graft agency, EFCC, expressed its frustrations in locating two ex-Nigerian ministers on trial for their alleged roles in the Malabu scandal, the federal government announced that UK authorities returned $85 million (about N30 billion) to Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Police Drive Opposition Leader Besigye Home After Re-Arrest

[Monitor] Kampala -Police on Wednesday night drove former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye to his home in Kasangati, Wakiso district following a standoff at the Rukungiri Chief Magistrate Court.

[Monitor] Kampala -Police on Wednesday night drove former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye to his home in Kasangati, Wakiso district following a standoff at the Rukungiri Chief Magistrate Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tarrus Riley Concert Organisers Explain Ticket Pricing

[The Herald] Organisers of the much-awaited Tarrus Riley show slated for tomorrow have explained the supposedly “exorbitant” pricing for the show saying it fits the stature of the artistes lined up to perform on the day. There was an outcry on social m…

[The Herald] Organisers of the much-awaited Tarrus Riley show slated for tomorrow have explained the supposedly "exorbitant" pricing for the show saying it fits the stature of the artistes lined up to perform on the day. There was an outcry on social media with fans lamenting the prices of tickets for the show. The tickets are going for between $20 and $100. In a press statement, the organisers said it was expensive to bring artistes of Tarrus Riley calibre hence the pricing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Word Has It… No Baby Unveiling for Knowless

[New Times] Local songstress Jeanne d’Arc Ingabire, commonly known as Knowless Butera, has had an eventful year. She got married, had a baby and released new hits. But if you expect Knowless to act like all the other celebrities when it comes to ‘unvei…

[New Times] Local songstress Jeanne d'Arc Ingabire, commonly known as Knowless Butera, has had an eventful year. She got married, had a baby and released new hits. But if you expect Knowless to act like all the other celebrities when it comes to 'unveiling' her child on social media, then you are about to get disappointed.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Bail For South African Lawyer Arrested in Tanzania for ‘Promoting Homosexuality’

[News24Wire] South African human rights lawyer Sibongile Ndashe and her 12 colleagues, who were arrested by Tanzanian authorities on October 17 for “promoting homosexuality”, have been released on bail, a colleague has confirmed.

[News24Wire] South African human rights lawyer Sibongile Ndashe and her 12 colleagues, who were arrested by Tanzanian authorities on October 17 for "promoting homosexuality", have been released on bail, a colleague has confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa