Thursday, May 30, 2024

Victor Olorunfemi

Victor Olorunfemi is a sports reporter with Peoples Gazette. Prior to working with The Gazette, he was with Sports247 Nigeria, a grassroots football news platform. He is on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram @herovicofficial
May 29, 2024

Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham wins ‘La Liga Player of the Season’

The 20-year-old scored 19 goals and assisted six times as Real Madrid beat second-placed Barcelona to the title.

Jude Bellingham in Madrid shirt
May 29, 2024

UK PM Rishi Sunak says university education not necessary to ‘succeed’

Mr Sunak has achieved academic qualifications in some of the top universities in the world.

United Kingdom Prime minister, Rishi Sunak
May 29, 2024

Bayern Munich appoint Vincent Kompany as new manager

“I’m looking forward to the challenge of FC Bayern,” Kompany told Bayern Munich’s official website.

Kompany signing contract
May 29, 2024

Trump’s ex-fixer Cohen is GLOAT, ‘greatest liar of all time’, lawyer tells court

On Tuesday, Mr Blanche spent time attacking Mr Cohen’s credibility, calling him the ‘greatest liar of all time.’

Michael Cohen and Donald Trump
May 29, 2024

Reforms: I was well-prepared to run Nigeria but Tinubu wasn’t, says former vice-president 

The former vice-president noted that “time is running out for the government, and Tinubu must act fast to save the economy.”

Sleeping President Bola Tinubu (Credit: Bola Tinubu)
May 28, 2024

Pope Francis apologises for using offensive slang against gay men

Head of the Catholic Church Pope Francis has issued an apology after referring to gay men as “frociaggine.”

Pope Francis
May 28, 2024

Nigeria’s Oshoala wins UEFA Women’s Champions League ‘Goal of the Season’

Oshoala clinched the plaque with her stunning bicycle kick goal in the Women’s Champions League Matchday One fixture.

Oshoala with award or ball
May 27, 2024

ESL: Spanish court faults UEFA, FIFA’s decision to oppose breakaway European league

Top clubs in Europe announced in 2021 they had joined a breakaway ESL.

European Super League
May 27, 2024

American basketball legend Bill Walton dies at 71

He won two state championships with Helix High in La Mesa, California and two NCAA titles at UCLA as a collegiate player.

Bill Walton (credit: KTLA)