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President Goodluck Jonathan and his Gambian counterpart, Yahya Jammeh, on Saturday in Banjul re-stated Africa’s demand for the urgent reformation of the United Nations Organisation.

The Golden Eaglets, fuelled by a deafening atmosphere inside Zayed Stadium, brought El Tri down to their knees with an outstanding display to win the tournament for a fourth time

By Shina Oludare

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Nigeria made an easy meat of Mexico 3-0 to win the 15th edition of the Fifa U17 World Cup played on Friday evening in Abu Dhabi.

A first half own goal by Erick Aguirre and second half strikes from Kelechi Iheanacho and Musa Muhammed were all the highly-talented Nigerians needed to seal a fourth title on Asian soil.

The Golden Eaglets were in supreme form inside a rasping Stadium, ripping the defending world and Concacaf champions to continue their unbeaten run, and claim the trophy for a record fourth time, alongside their triumphs of 1985, 1993 and 2007.

El Tri dominated the early seconds of the tension-soaked encounter but were unable to near the rock solid Nigeria defence. Samuel Okon made the first attempt at goal in the fourth minute but his shot was not enough to threaten the Mexican goalie.

Few minutes later, Ivan Ochoa forced Dele Alampasu to a brilliant safe after his header was punched for a corner kick by the towering Nigerian goalie. Mexico’s dominance was short-lived after Erick Aguirre’s own put the Garba Manu boys ahead in an attempt to clear away Taiwo Awoniyi’s well laid pass meant for Musa Yahaya.

Mexico launched a comeback but their attacking forays were brought under constant check by the Musa Muhammed anchored defence. Alampasu made another brilliant save midway in the first half after saving Ulises Jaimes’s header off a free-kick taken as a result of Aliyu Abubaker’s foul on Alejandro Diaz.

The Eaglets could have scored more goals but were unlucky as Yahaya’s chance in the 40th minute rattled the cross bar before Awoniyi’s side-netted his chance off a pass from Kelechi Iheanacho.

With less than a minute to the end of the first half, Awoniyi’s bicycle kick was parried by goalkeeper Raul Gudino who was well positioned to clear away the Imperial Academy forward’s attempt after Iheanacho- who was voted the player of the tournament floated a brilliant cross.

Golden Eaglets’ onslaught continued 11 minutes after the restart when Iheanacho put goal past a shell-shocked Mexico, who showed their ineptitude at both ends when captain Musa Muhammed barrage of shots was parried into the way of Nigeria’s no 10 by Gudino.
Though, Raul Gutierrez made all his changes mid-way into the second half, that could not hand his team a glimmer of hope as Golden Eaglets stamped their authority in every departments of the game.

Mexico had a few chances to restore a little pride, but Ochoa’s header from close range went off target.

However, Muhammed sealed the win with less than nine minutes to play courtesy of a well taken free-kick outside the penalty area of the Mexican after Iheanacho was fouled by Teran.

In addition to this, Nigeria holds the record of the most goals in a single U17 World Cup tournament with 26 goals eclipsing the record set by Germany in Mexico 2011

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The House of Representatives Committee on Aviation, Wednesday, continued the suspended investigative hearing into an alleged purchase of two armoured BMW cars at N255million by the Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah, with startling revelations highlighting the day.

Despite all threats and pleas, the aviation minister was not present at the hearing. However, the Nigeria Customs Service, NSC, FirstBank PLc and Coscharis Motors made presentations on their level of involvement in the purchase of the cars.

A teenage girl dug herself out of shallow grave after she was raped by two men and buried alive, Daily Mailreports.

The 13-year-old was snatched while walking to Koran lessons from her local village in Punjab and raped by the men in an isolated area.

Her attackers then buried her alive when they thought that she had died during the assault.

But she regained consciousness and managed to dig her way out of the muddy grave and flag down a passerby.

She was taken to a medical centre and survived her horrific ordeal.

According to the New York Post, her father Siddique Mughal, told local police that his daughter had been taken.

But they initially refused to investigate the incident.

But they were ordered to arrest the girl’s alleged attackers by the Lahore High Court Chief Justice’s Complaint Cell.

A judge from the Toba Tek Sing area, where the attack took place, has also been asked to investigate the matter.

Child rape is becoming increasingly problematic in Pakistan.

According to Pakistani children’s charity Sahil, the number of children raped between 2002 and 2012 increased from 668 to 2,788.

One of the most notable cases was that of Kainat Soomro who was attacked by four men when she was aged just 13 in 2007.

She was shunned by her village after speaking out against her attackers and was labelled a ‘kari’ or ‘black virgin’.

Despite her own family being ordered to kill her to rid themselves of shame, they stood by her despite threats of violence against them.

The ringleader of a white supremacist plot to assassinate Nelson Mandela and drive black people out of South Africa has been sentenced to 35 years in jail, the British Broadcasting Corporation reports.

Former university lecturer Mike du Toit was convicted last year of treason for his leadership role in the plot, after a trial lasting nine years.

Twenty other members of his white supremacist militia Boeremag were also jailed for between five and 35 years.

In 2002 it attempted to overthrow the governing African National Congress.

In July 2012 Du Toit, a history lecturer with a master’s degree in philosophy, was convicted of being behind nine bombings in Johannesburg’s Soweto township in 2002, killing one person.

He was also found guilty of authoring a blueprint for revolution intended to evict black people from most of South Africa and establish a racially “pure” nation by killing anyone who got in the way.

Du Toit was the first person to be convicted of treason in South Africa since white minority rule ended in 1994.

Mandela spent 27 years in prison for his fight against apartheid before becoming the country’s first democratically elected president in 1994.

Handing down sentence, Judge Eben Jordaan said there would have been bloodshed and chaos in South Africa if the Boeremag plot had succeeded.

Mandela would have been killed by a landmine planted by the group’s bomb squad if he had travelled by road, rather than by helicopter, to open a school in the northern Limpopo province, the South African Press Association quotes the judge as saying.

The bombers had also planned to detonate five large car bombs in the centres of Pretoria and Johannesburg when they were caught, it reports.

Analysts say that while race relations in South Africa are still an issue, white supremacist groups like Boeremag – which means Afrikaner Power in Afrikaans – have very little support.

Minister of Aviation, Ms. Stella OduahMinister of Aviation, Ms. Stella Oduah

President Goodluck Jonathan may have placed the embattled Minister of Aviation, Ms. Stella Oduah, on  “tactical suspension,” findings by The PUNCH have revealed.

A reliable Presidency source   said Jonathan decided on the  “tactical suspension,” hours before the signing of the Bilateral Air Service  Agreement between Nigeria and Israel on Monday.

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Aviation, Mr. George Ossi,  had on October 24 told the House of Representatives Committee on Aviation that Oduah   led a Nigerian delegation to Israel to sign the BASA.

The House committee  is probing the  purchase of  two  bulletproof cars  at  a whopping N255m  price by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority for the minister.

Rapist

The police in Lagos State have commenced investigation into how a nine-year-old girl died, after sustaining injuries caused by alleged consistent rape.

According to police authorities, the deceased was raped over five times, by a 14-year-old student, Onyi Adimabua, in the Ikorodu area of the state.

The father of the deceased, Simeon Jigo, told PUNCH Metro that Onyi is the son of the proprietor of the school his daughter attended.

 

*Shirley

*Shirley

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State again has shown that he has a strong tie with Actresses. Months after sacking Actress, Nkiru Sylvanus as his Special Assistant on Lagos Affairs, he has appointed another Nollywood actress into his cabinet.

The lucky actress is 25 year-old ex-Delta Soap model, Shirley Igwe. She’s now  Okorocha’s Principal Protocol Officer. Her new appointment would entail her coordinating the governor’s daily itinerary, ensuring his comfort and that of his visitors.Shirley has since  resumed duties.

With this appointment, tongues are already wagging about His Excellency’s penchant for actresses especially fair-complexioned ones.

Recall that actress, Nkiru Sylvanus was the first to be appointed into Okorocha’s cabinet as the state’s  Liaison officer in Lagos before she was later redeployed to Owerri,  after which she was relieved of her job. One hopes that Shirley will make the difference.

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