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DTZ profits drop by a third

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Bereaved Victor Osimhen Arrives Lagos by Private Jet

first_imgVictor Osimhen who lost his father on Saturday night has arrived in Nigeria. It was gathered that the Lille star arrived with three other national team players aboard a private plane provided by his Ligue 1 club.He landed at the private wing of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport on Monday evening. The President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick had earlier disclosed that the federation was working with the relevant federal agency to issue a landing permit for the private jet bringing the player.Osimhen has been prominent in the Super Eagles since coming in as a good replacement for goal-poacher, Odion Ighalo who retired after limping off the pitch in Nigeria’s match with Tunisia at the last Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. Victor Osimhen In subsequent matches, Osimhen has found the net. No date has been announced yet for the burial of his father.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Black Stars defender Rashid Sumaila hails Ghana’s character

first_imgGhana international based in South Africa, Rashid Sumaila has hailed the defensive set up of the  team for their resilience  after they soldiered on to the semi-finals of the CHAN with a 1-0 win over DR Congo on Sunday.Determination and aggression from the entire team ensured that the Stars edged out the maiden winners of the tournament to set up a last-four clash with rivals, Nigeria on Wednesday but I think our defenders were resolute.And the manner of their commitment to stick to instructions is one that has left the Ghana coach very impressed as we did in the All Africa Games in Maputo in 2011.”This was the way we started our project in the Mozambique in the All Africa Games in Maputo in 2011 under Coach Kwesi Appiah and Maxwell Konadu. I know many people had little confidence in this team by gradually they have made a final four and definitely will surely beat Nigeria to reach the grand finale, “he told JOY Sports.Kwabena Adusei scored a 67th minute penalty to secure Ghana a place in the semi-final as they make their third-straight appearance at the tournament.Rashid Sumaila who has recovered fully will be in action over the weekendlast_img read more

Walk often for health – McDan chief urges Ghanaians

first_imgMcDan Group chairman, Dr Daniel Mckorley has proposed regular walking as one of the surest ways of healthy living.The multiple award-winning company chairman on Saturday led the staff of his outfit, its clients and the general public in a 5km brisk walking from Ayi Mensah to the Peduase Junior High School, Aburi.The walk is the last in the series of the company’s quarterly walks for 2017 and was done in partnership with Lexis Bill dubbed McDan ‘Walk with Lexis’. At the Peduase Junior High School, the participants crowned the early morning exercise with aerobics and health screening supervised by a professional gym instructor and competent health screening team. To Dr Mckorley, regular walking is one of the surest ways to guarantee healthy living and keeps one from regular visits to the clinic. He told the media in a post-walk interview “Let’s walk often, it will save us a lot of medical bills. Midway on the mountain, some felt like giving up, but l must say finishing it has really paid off, I feel energized, l believe we have burnt some calories.” I will encourage all and sundry to take regular walking a priority, we at McDan think about the welfare of our team, clients, and the general public hence this exercise. “Twellium Industries, producers of Rush Energy and Run Energy drink were one of the supporters of the walk who supported with their energy drinks. The McDan Group chairman, Dr Daniel Mckorley took the opportunity to wish the General Public a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.last_img read more

UPL KICK-OFF: We are on right track, says Magogo

first_imgThe likes of Onduparaka in Arua and Bright Stars have also shown intent to match the ‘big boys’.The build-up to the new season has pleased Magogo. “We need to see deliberate efforts to recruit fans in numbers,” said Magogo, indicating that those number can easily be translated into steady revenue for Ugandan football clubs.“This will eventually tap into the over sh700billion available Ugandan advertising basket through big volume club football sponsorships,” Magogo added, before warning “Whereas we are now getting to talk, let us actually walk the talk through the season. Pressers, pictures and graphics are one thing, but running a pro club is another.”“Pro clubs are only successful with numbers of fans to balance the finance equation. Money must be coming from numbers of fans as gate collections (season tickets), buying genuine club merchandise and corporate sponsors targeting fans not money from individuals or organisations.”MIKE Mutebi, coach of defending champions KCCA FC. PHOTO UPLBig guns target winning start as league kicks offBig guns SC Villa and KCCA start at home whilst Vipers will be away on Tuesday when the league kicks off with either targeting a bright start, reports UPL.CO.UG.At Masaka, record league winners SC Villa begin the hunt for the elusive 17th title with an affair against Shafik Bisaso coached Soana.The centre of attention will be on Bisaso who was sacked at Villa Park before being replaced by Bbosa and thus will have a big point to prove against his former employers.The hosts will look to new signings Simon Sserunkuma, Allan Kyambadde and Mahad Kakooza for inspiration but may miss midfielder Nicholas Kakooza due to delay in registration.The visitors have former SC Villa attacker Emmanuel Kalyowa to look up to.Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2 JOY: FUFA and KCCA FC officials celebrate a continental goal last season. Magogo (right) is optimistic the new season will be as exciting. PHOTO KCCA MEDIA#UPL Uganda ??  #Day1 Tuesday September 12, 2017SC Villa Vs Soana – Masaka Live on Azam One 4.00pmKCCA Vs Maroons – LugogoBul Vs Mbarara City – KakinduBright Stars Vs Vipers – MatuggaMasavu Vs Police – BugongaOnduparaka Vs Proline – AruaWednesday September 13, 2017Express Vs Kirinya Jinja SS – WankulukukuKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The number of  teams that have unveiled new players, new kit and plans to boost their fans base this year indicates the 2017/18 Azam Uganda Premier League that kicks-off on Tuesday could be one of the most competitive.“Club football is eventually picking the gospel we started in 2006, that is to professionalise. This will now trigger commercialization so that Ugandan football takes its deserved front seat as an advertising vehicle,” said Federation of Uganda Football Associations FUFA president Eng. Moses Magogo ahead of today’s opening matches.The big guns SC Villa, champions KCCA, Express and Vipers have given a professional touch to their build-up to the season, with pre-season friendlies followed by new-kit and new-players unveiling. Season tickets are the other attraction being offered as a way of ensuring the stadiums are packed all season.last_img read more

Be Amazed by Acclaimed Magician Jeff Evans, Watch an Awe-Inspiring Aerialist,…

first_imgFacebook11Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Hands On Children’s MuseumHands On Children’s Museum is hosting a play & learning event for adults only at the museum with Adult Swim: Magic & Awe, this Friday, November 16 from 7:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. The after-hours party for adults 21+ is a chance to eat, drink, and play like a kid again at the museum. Magic & Awe features exciting special guests and activities designed to explore magic, art, and science.Be amazed by the acclaimed magician Jeff Evans, watch aerialist performances by Airbound Arts, and enjoy magnetic experiments with our friends from OlyMEGA. You can also surround yourself in a rainbow of colors in the Ribbon Room – a multisensory installation, craft your own glowing magic wand with Shipwreck Beads, create a glow-in-the-dark painting under black lights, play with light and line in our light-painting photo booth, make music with a Theremin, and conduct experiments with Saint Martin’s University Chemistry and Physics Clubs.“Where else can you sip an Enchanted Elixir cocktail while exploring 150+ exciting exhibits dedicated to fun and learning?” asks Hands On Event Manager, Paulette Beadling. “Plan to have dinner at the museum; we’ll have legendary Ramblin’ Jack’s mac & cheese, gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and other tasty treats from the Play Day Café. Sophie’s Scoops will also be on site with handcrafted gelato for purchase.”This educational and fun night at the Museum is made possible through our event sponsors and partners MIXX 96 FM, Shipwreck Beads, OlyMEGA, Saint Martin’s Chemistry and Physics Clubs, Timberland Regional Library, Sofie’s Scoops, Batdorf & Bronson, Silver City Brewery, Olympia Beer, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Abby’s Cookies & Cupcakes, L&E Bottling Company, Total Wine & More, and Airbound Arts. The event is exclusively for adults, mixing good food and drink with playful science and learning at the Hands On Children’s Museum.Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 on the day of the event. While supplies last, buy 1 ticket at full price and get $10 off additional tickets using promo code: MAGIC2018. Your ticket includes museum admission, all activities, one drink coupon for an Enchanted Elixir cocktail, beer or wine, as well as complimentary popcorn, an Abby’s cupcake, water, and coffee. Additional food and adult beverages are available for purchase including the full menu from the Play Day Café, a pop-up mac & cheese stand, and handcrafted gelato from Sophie’s Scoops. Get your tickets today! Visit https://www.hocm.org/adultswim/.About the Hands On Children’s MuseumLocated on Olympia’s downtown East Bay waterfront, the Hands On Children’s Museum is the State’s premier early learning destination serving 315,000+ children and their families each year. The museum’s programs and exhibits are designed to encourage interaction and inquiry and inspire a lifelong love of learning. To learn more, visit www.hocm.org.last_img read more