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Clinton was projected by nearly every national public opinion poll as the heavy favorite going into Tuesday’s race. Instead, Republican Donald Trump won the election, shocking many throughout the nation and prompting widespread protests.
A large line snakes its way down the dimly-lit street, as a group of bleary-eyed men wait patiently outside a bank in Zimbabwe’s capital.
“Sleeping outside the bank is the only way some Zimbabweans can make sure they get cash.”
The mum is heard saying: “Since you voted for Donald Trump, get your s*** and get out… We don’t do Donald Trump here. Now get your suitcase. Bye”
NIGERIA 3-1 ALGERIA
90’+2 – Goal! Victor Moses scores another goal for Nigeria
87 – Ahmed Musa sneaks in but he fails to hit target, Nigeria now on the front foot
86 – Etebo is brought down, free kick for Nigeria in a good position
84 – Nigeria’s Ahmed Musa caught offside
82 – Nigeria change – Mikel out, Wilfred Ndidi in
81 – Akpeyi tips a fangerous free kick for a corner bit nothing comes out of that set piece
The North Africans have not surrendered, they have kept pushing for an equaliser
80 – Algeria SUBSTITUTION: Ziti out, Sofiane Feghouli in
79′ – Iheanacho makes a good run down the left flank and cuts the ball back into the middle for Moses, but the Chelsea star fails to make contact to the lofted cross in the box.
75 – Nigeria SUBSTITUTION: Ahmed Musa in, Iwobi out
73 – Algeria are shooting from distance as the North Africans pile on more pressure
71 – Algeria SUBSTITUTION: Abeid Mehdi in, Carl Medjani out
70 – Nigeria caught offside, free kick to Algeria
67′ – Algeria get the goal through Bentaleb from about 25 metres. Akpeyi was well beaten
63 – The game is held up to attend to a head injury suffered by Omeruo in the Algeria penalty box
61 – YELLOW CARD. Aissa Mandi is booked for a late foul on Victor Moses, who has remained so lively in this encounter
58 – Taider of Algeria shoots at Nigeria goal, but it is off the mark, but still a good effort
57 – Yacine Brahimi has been pepering the Nigeria defence from the left side with his pace and trickery as Algeria peg Nigeria in their own half
56 – Algeria win a second corner
55′ – Algeria now in control of the game, taking it to their host.
52 – Leon Balogun stops Mahrez from doing damage, the game is held up temporarily folowing injury to Ogenyi Onazi
50′ – Yellow card for Nabil Bentaleb for late tackle on Victor Moses outside Algeria box.
49′ – NIgeria’s Etebo makes a vital block at the near post to deny Algeria’s Brahimi.
46 – In high spirits, Nigeria restart the game
45+1 – Nigeria gift Algeria a chance to pull a goal back but somehow the Algerian player smashes his effort from deep inside away from the target.
42 – GOAL! Nigeria score again and the scorer is Mikel, who rolled the ball home after a moment of hesitation. Television replays later showed the Eagles captain was put on side by a last Algeria defender
42′ – GOAL!! Mikel Obi
40 – Skipper Mikel Obi has been in sparkling form for the Super Eagles
39 – Iheanacho dashes through the Algeria defence but his touch is too long for the goalkeeper to smother
38 – Almost immediately, Riyad Mahrez shoots for goal, but it is also off target to the relief of the home team
35′ – Big MISS! Bentaleb misses from close range after a nice piece of work from Brahimi in the left.
33′ – Nigeria have not settled after taking the lead. The visitors are pressing them hard at the moment.
32 – Etebo shoots for goal, but it misses by much as the Eagles continue to pour forward
30 – Iheanacho just fails to connect a fine cross by Victor Moses for what would have been a second goal for the flying Eagles. It was very, very close as the Algerian defence simply stood still
28 – Air shot by Mikel and then a hand ball on top of the Algeria box, free kick Algeria
27 – Ziti of Algeria is booked for a foul on the lively Victor Moses
Mikel combined with his Chelsea matewho dashed into the box to fire home. But Victor Moses is later booked for removing his shirt in celebration of his goal
26′ – Yellow card for Victor Moses.
25 – GOAL! Victor Moses opens scoring for Nigeria
24 – The tempo of this game has eased off now
22 – The game has opened up and both sides are going at each other now, Akpeyi punches out of danger a dangerous cross by Brahimi
18 – The game is in need of a goal. It remains Nigeria 0 Algeria 0
14′ – Algeria have been pressing Nigeria from the front and getting the Eagles defence to comit some unnecessary mistakes
11 – Troost-Ekong of Nigeria is caught offside as Nigeria attack again
10 – Algeria’s Islam Slimani has already been dishing out some of the rough stuff
9 – Nigeria are now keeping possession better
7 – Victor Moses comes close to opening goal, but his final shot is off target after he dashed into the box
6 – After a shaky start, Nigeria are gradually settling into their groove with the massive crowd cheering
4 – Offside against Algeria, Nigeria have been struggling to get out of their own half of the pitch so far
2′ – Mikel is brought down just outside his own penalty box
1′ – We are underway. Algeria kick off.
Daniel Akpeyi – Kenneth Omeruo, Elderson Echiejile, Leon Balogun, William Troost-Ekong – Ogenyi Onazi, Mikel Obi – Oghenekaro Etebo, Victor Moses, Alex Iwobi – Kelechi Iheanacho
M’Bolhi – Ziti, Ghoulam, Belkaroui, Mandi – Medjani (captain), Taider, Bentaleb – Mahrez, Brahimi, Slimani
The military men told Saturday Punch that despite denials by the Federal Government, money was paid to the sect to secure the release of the abducted girls. It was learnt that the insurgents demanded for $50m for the release of the girls but about a quarter of the sum was eventually paid.
|A technician holds a drone used to scout a plot of a heat-tolerant hybrid maize growing at the Chiredzi Research Station in Zimbabwe. Photo by: Jekesai Njikizana (AFP/File)|
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“After months of prayers by the people of Umuemeri ogwu in Aboh Mbaise local government area of imo state lead by rev frd Kirian the people of the area denounced evil practices and embraced God by evacuating all evil materials in their homes mainly at night to avoid being noticed by the people the grand final of the war was fixed for Tuesday the 8/11/2016 as early as 4am in the morning the youths trooped out in their thousands and prayers was held in every part of the community know for their exploits in cow business all over the country until the priest arrived and warned that everybody should despise and return back the next day because the coast was not clear for the action before then their was serious disagreement between the father and son of one of the most powerful family in the area over tress to be brought down or not which made the first son of the man to pick tent with the people an action the powerful man saw as a challenge to this authority and immediately disowned him in the present of people who welcome him with gladness and assured him of this place in the community the youths were about living for their various homes when the second son of the man arrived with police men to sensing that the men came with the second son who the powerful man has picked as replacement of the first son the youths in their thousands who came from various parts of the world for the final war made it clear of their mission which is to be freed from the powers of evil which has kept them at a state of no do well in the society and the police men left the environment to the joy of the people and the d day came with mach discussion between the powerful family and the people brokered by the first son the man gave in to get one of the trees he objected to be brought down with this the people boost into jubilation and prayers and words like the evil that our generation see today we shall see no more to the glory of God.
A Saudi international student at the University of
Wisconsin-Stout, died a day after he was assaulted on the streets of Menomonie (population 16,200), Wisconsin.
administration. He enrolled at UW-Stout in 2015.
as a white male about 6 feet tall attacked Alnahdi near a pizza restaurant. Police
found Alnahdi unconscious and bleeding from his mouth and nose. He was
hospitalized and died from his injuries Monday.
Alnahdi was not alone that night. According to a friend, less than an hour before, he had been hanging out with friends at a bar across the street. Also, police said the assault occurred on a crowded sidewalk and there were nearby properties with security cameras.
Linda Bark taught English as a second language to Alnahdi at
Stout, she said he was “very popular, very well liked. He was eager to
learn, an avid student. He wanted to be an actuary. He had goals. He loved
people and making friends.”
Arabia. That’s about a third of the university’s international students.
“This was a terrible error that we have now fixed,” Facebook said in a statement. The company declined to say what caused the problem or how many users were affected. “We are very sorry that this happened and we worked as quickly as possible to fix it,” the statement added.
The Act, which is enshrined under the Foreigners Identification Management System (FIMS), in pursuance of Authority’s mandate under the NIA Act, 2006 (Act 707), the National Identity Register Act, 2008 (Act 750) and the National Identity Regulations, 2012, made it compulsory that the non-citizen Ghana card is the mandatory form of identification to be used in all transactions which includes applying for or renewing residence permits, opening or running a bank account etc.