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May 12, 2014 10:30 AM Liverpool transfers: Reds need two new centre-halves, says Fowler

Robbie Fowler believes that two new central defenders should be top of Liverpool's transfer wish-list this summer Liverpool had no problems in attack this season, with the Merseysiders having scored 101 goals in the top-flight this term. But Liverpool legend Fowler feels that the Reds’ defence is in serious need of reinforcements ahead of next season 52

May 10, 2014 3:38 AM Did Liverpool really ‘capitulate’ in Premier League race?

In the wake of results in the premiership for the past two weeks, one word has been thrown about a lot- capitulate. Many are those that are of the opinion that Liverpool have capitulated over the last couple of weeks. But is that really the case? In previewing the 2013/2014 season, there was somewhat a unanimous consensus among pundits and connoisseurs 58

May 10, 2014 3:38 AM Breaking Money Transfer Monopolis

Following today’s launch of the 2014 Africa Progress Panel report, Dr Ismail Ahmed, CEO of WorldRemit and former adviser to the United Nations, called for regulators around the world to take action against the anti-competitive business and lobbying practices of Western Union and MoneyGram. Dr Ahmed, an African himself, is a leading expert on remittances 39

May 9, 2014 4:01 AM Season finale time for the 2013/14 Premier League

The end is nigh. The final curtain approaches and the fat lady is preparing to sing. This Sunday will see the final set of fixtures take place for this season of the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League and there is all still to play for. Like the season finales of all the best drama series, Sunday will be unpredictable, tense and dramatic. What a season 44

May 8, 2014 6:40 PM How our girls are bringing Nigeria back

A mass kidnapping is in many ways a more terrifying statement than the mass murder of innocent civilians by bombs, because however horrible, an explosion is a finite event. There is a before and an after, during which those who remain are permitted to literally pick up the pieces and reconstruct a new understanding of the world. Kidnapping causes a long-term 62

April 29, 2014 11:01 PM EFCC nabs bankers, others for N5.5m fraud

Five persons have been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for allegedly transferring a total of N5, 550,000 from a bank account. The suspects, Ademola Okunlola, Tajudeen Oluwanisola, Kolawole Adams, Temitope Pedro, Bayo Olowoyo, and Biodun Adebanjo, were picked up in different locations in Lagos by EFCC operatives for allegedly 34

April 25, 2014 10:15 AM Owners of ferry to take ‘full responsibility’

Lawyers say Yoo Byung-un family had not been summoned by prosecutors The lawyer did not say that the family was assuming liability for what he termed a "tragic accident" and said that the family had not been summoned by prosecutors. "Yoo and his family will take all legal and social responsibility for this tragic accident if they have to as major stakeholders 62

April 23, 2014 12:02 AM Poor David quickly slips into past – now it’s all about the future

It is fitting, in this period surrounding Holy Week, that as I write these words at teatime on Tuesday, I feel in cosmic communion with United fans across the world. For I know they will all have spent the day doing exactly the same thing as me: frenziedly gossiping, madly speculating, and furiously arguing. There’s nothing like a managerial change to get the fan juices 52

April 22, 2014 12:40 AM Are the majority of people benefiting from investments and profits?

Despite claims that Africa is experiencing one of the highest growth rates in the world, growing class divisions and higher consumer prices are having disproportionate impacts on working people and the poor. Countries that are the focus of these reports of phenomenal growth such as Nigeria and Ghana are undergoing internal crises related to the rising 66

April 21, 2014 10:25 AM Anti-GM protesters are misdirecting energy

The leading anti-GM group, The Coalition for Farmers Rights and Advocacy Against GMOs(COFAM) continuously bombard the airwaves with their anger against genetically modified organisms (GMOs). They have attacked the Plant Breeder’s Bill which is currently before Parliament. I believe strongly that their argument is misdirected. The misdirection of their 41