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Nigerian billionaire, “I can say categorically at this time that I have no intention of investing in the club”

Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote rubbished rumours that he is interested in buying a 15.9% stake of Arsenal Football Club.

Last week, reports suggested that he was interested in Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith’s shares, 15.9% of the club’s shares, but in a statement released on Monday, Dangote explained that despite being a “longstanding supporter” of the club, he has no intention of investing in the near future.

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American International School of Abuja's annual International Food Fair and Festival.

The American International School of Abuja holds the annual International Food Fair and Festival. There will be variety of entertainment, Raffle prizes including airline tickets and much more. There will be delicious dishes from around the world. Yummy! Hurry and buy your tickets now.

This event will take place on Sunday, May 16th @ Conference Hall Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja. Time  5pm.

Please contact the AISA PTA if you are interested in becoming a sponsor.

EFCC Interviews El Rufai in Abuja

Former Minister of the  Federal Capital Territory, Abuja , Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, who recently returned  to Nigeria in order to face allegations of corruption levied against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, was, yesterday, granted  administrative bail.


El Rufai, was questioned for about 8 hours and then released, the huge interest surrounding this story created an atmosphere of hysteria outside where journalists and paparazzi jostled to get a word from the Ex minister.

His car sped off , accidentally bumping one of the reporters for which they apologised.

In true fashion, the man who did a brilliant job on the Abuja master plan , is returning to face charges when others have decided to hide .     

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