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Reps query N114b withdrawal from stabilisation fund

Senate to probe aviation sector charges
Experts fault govt’s order to foreign airlines
 
THE House of Representatives yesterday ordered an investigation into allegations that the Stabilisation Fund was being subjected to abuses following alleged in…

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Tambuwal-Senate to probe aviation sector charges

Experts fault govt’s order to foreign airlines

 

THE House of Representatives yesterday ordered an investigation into allegations that the Stabilisation Fund was being subjected to abuses following alleged indiscriminate withdrawals from the account to the tune of N114 billion.

Adopting without debate a motion sponsored by Haruna Musa Fatah, the House directed its committees in charge of Appropriation and Finance “to investigate the issue and determine the amount of monies so far withdrawn and the legality or otherwise of the expenditure made and report back to the House within four weeks.”

But Speaker Aminu Waziri Tambuwal was quick in cautioning lawmakers from passing judgment in addressing the issue.

Accordingly, he refused to give room for a debate on the matter by simply putting it to question and the lawmakers unanimously agreed that an immediate investigation of the issue be launched.

Introducing the matter to the House, Fatah urged his colleagues to note the following:

• that the revenue sharing laws provide for the remittance of 0.5 per cent of funds accruing to the Federation Account being kept in the Stabilisation Fund;

• that the Stabilisation Account is meant to be used in funding deficits in the budget when the oil price is below the benchmark price;

• that this account being a buffer against oil price shock, spending from it should be guided by caution and great circumspection in order to maintain sound fiscal policy;

• that within a period of eight months, about N114 billion was withdrawn from this account by the Federal Government for some expenditure most of which should ordinarily be budgeted for; and

• that most of the indiscriminate withdrawals are gradually converting the account into a mere slush fund instead of its original mandate.

Meanwhile, disturbed by current developments in the aviation industry, the Senate yesterday accused some Nigerians of colluding with foreigners to rip off travellers going abroad.

Consequently, the Senate mandated its Committee on Aviation to launch an inquest into the matter, with a view to fishing out those behind the “unwholesome act.”

Moving a motion on the matter, Chairman, Senate Committee on Aviation, Hope Uzodinma, alleged that the conduct of British Airways (BA) and Virgin Atlantic (VA) both of the United Kingdom (UK) caused a huge loss of revenue to the Federal Government accruable from the Ticket Sales Charge (TSC).

Uzodinma put the loss at $235 million (about N3.7 billion), besides the heavy financial losses to travel agencies and Nigerian travellers.

He expressed concern over what he described as “arbitrary fees” charged by the foreign airlines, which he further alleged “are above the rates charged on routes of equal distance outside Nigeria.”

According to him, a London-New York return economy ticket is $624; London-Dallas  $787; London-Florida  $730; and London-Atlanta $772, while the cheapest Economy return ticket on the Abuja-London route is $1,200.

Uzodinma also stated that the First Class Lagos-London return fare is $10,816, while Abuja-London return flight is $10,144, stressing that the same booking for a passenger on the Accra-London route is $4,798.

He added that while Business Class Lagos-London return fare is $7,370, Accra-London route is $4,098.

The senator, therefore, called for an investigation into the operations of all foreign airlines, with a view to determining their level of compliance or otherwise with extant aviation laws in the country.

A visibly angry Senate President David Mark said the situation “has been on for a very long time and the Committee on Aviation should find out why.”

Mark continued: “The fares charged Nigerian travellers are completely out of reach. It is unreasonable; it is exploitative. Nobody should come here to exploit Nigerians; our regulatory agencies are colluding with them to exploit Nigerians.”

But some stakeholders in the aviation sector have faulted Aviation Minister, Stella Oduah-Ogiewonyi, over her recent directive to the foreign airlines to reduce their “discriminatory and restrictive fares” on the Lagos-London and Abuja-London routes.

However, Oduah-Ogiewonyi will today hold an interactive session with airline operators, with a view to proffering solutions to lingering problems in the nation’s aviation sector.

The minister has also constituted a committee to examine the adequacy or otherwise of existing requirements for registration of airlines and extant financial guidelines to ensure that airlines are financially healthy to continue in business.

The committee will also look into minimum regulatory threshold of serviceable aircraft that any licensed airline should meet before it is allowed to remain in active operations among several other issues.

The ministerial session comes up at the Accident Investigation Bureau office in Lagos.

Rising from a meeting that lasted several hours yesterday, the aviation stakeholders stated that airfares were not fixed by fiat but arrived at based on the dictates of market forces.

At the meeting were President, Aviation Round Table (ART), Capt. Dele Ore; Chairman, Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), Dr. Steve Mahonwu and his Scribe, Mohammed Joji; President/Chief Executive Officer, Sabre Network, West Africa, a United States-based airline Global Distribution System, Mr. Gbenga Olowo and travel expert, Olumide Ohunayo.

According to them, demand and mark up factors as well as anti-trust competition rules, among others, are reasons fares are different on certain routes.

The stakeholders stated: “Any profit-driven organisation like British Airways, Air France, KLM, will attempt to maximise its gains in any market for that matter where its market share remains significant and this is slightly evident in the dollar per mile figure for First and Business classes en route Lagos-London but not so in regular economy”.

Stressing that “government cannot control what it does not have,” they described the minister’s directive as “an exercise in futility,” stressing that rather than reading the riot act to the foreign airlines, disturbing the operators, she should channel her energy to strengthening Nigerian airlines to give foreign airlines tough competition.

The stakeholders also took a swipe at the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) for its alleged penchant for reneging on concession agreements.

The recent termination of a concession agreement with a firm, Maevis, and the way other concession agreement had been allegedly threatened by FAAN, they said, had sent “a dangerous signal to both foreign and local investors in the country.”

The aviation stakeholders urged the Federal Government to privatize FAAN, stressing that the agency as currently run “cannot provide the services needed by the nation’s aviation sector.”

Contributing to the debate at the Senate, Aittai Aidoko (Kogi East) said:  “Foreign travels constitute a large chunk of our national budget and if the situation is redressed, our spending on recurrent expenditure would be drastically reduced.”

 

 

Chief Barnabas Gemade and Olubunmi Adekunle accused the country’s regulatory authorities for the crises in the aviation industry and asked the Federal Government to bar Nigerians from patronising all affected foreign airlines.

During a recent disagreement between British Airways and Arik Air over the denial of landing slots to the Nigerian carrier in London, the Ministry of Aviation took some steps to address the disparity in the fares.

In a related development, the Federal Ministry of Aviation has asked the National Assembly to enact a new law on passengers’ bill of rights to address the problem.

The bill seeks compensation for passengers in the event of flight delay or cancellation.

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Sports betting is becoming more and more famous in Nigeria. A rising number of betting sites in
Nigeria are offering wagering services to a populace of nearly 200 million people. They have a variety
of bonuses as well as free bets to attract customers. Nigerian customers and visitors can place bets
at both domestic and global bookmakers who offer offline and online betting services. These
bookmakers are offering betters in the biggest African market, and they are enjoying pretty liberal
betting legislation.

There are many safe betting sites around the globe, with lots of them being governed by higher
betting rules. Nigerian betters can punt on the hottest gaming markets with easiness, and they can
enjoy complete coverage on cricket, football, basketball and many more from these sites. The
majority of the bookmakers are making efforts to be named the most excellent bookie in Nigeria.
Here are the best bookmakers for Nigeria residents.

Nairabet

Nairabet is among the most famous bookmakers in Nigeria. It was launched in 2009, and since then,
Nairabet has continued to be among the largest and most successful gaming firms based in Nigeria.
It has a wide collection of both global as well as domestic betting sites. It offers live streaming, in-
play betting, in addition to a wide variety of promotions for the existing and new customers.
However, the odds might not be as excellent as that of the European betting companies, but if you
would like to bet on Nigerian games, then Nairabet can well be the best bookie for you. Nairabet
offers a great experience to Nigerian residents because they accept deposits in Naira.

Bet9ja

Bet9ja has rapidly reputed itself as one of the leading betting sites in Nigeria. It is not only the much-
visited betting site in Nigeria but among the much-visited sites around the entire of the internet in
the country. This just shows how famous betting has turned out to be in the country and Bet9ja has
gained a lot from that by offering a wonderful product. This bookmaker offers a wide selection of
markets, and they focus on both international as well as local football. This gives Nigerians a chance
to have great odds of domestic football fixtures. The major advantage of this bookmaker is that it
accepts deposits in Naira.

Betfair

Betfair is among the largest online gambling exchange in the world. It has an overabundance of
football gaming markets for its clientele. With the incredible cash-out option that it offers, be
assured that you are operating with one of the top betting sites. This bookmaker offers Nigerian
residents with the best value odds together with a huge variety of casino, sportsbook, as well as
poker markets.

bet365

Bet365 started with a humble beginning in 2000, and since then, it has risen to be among the top
bookmakers and especially in the football wagers. Its website is easy to navigate; it has excellent live
betting and incredible live streaming. It has grown to be the titleholder of the football gaming sites,
and this makes it to rank among the top and reliable bookmaker. Bet365 offers a huge betting
selection for Nigeria players.

Betway

Betway has paved itself to become a leading firm in betting in a period of over ten years. It is a
leading betting firm in Europe, and it has the biggest percentage of its client’s base from Germany,
the United Kingdom, and Spain. Unquestionably, Betway is among the best bookmakers in the globe
these days. The majority of the Nigerians are now starting to recognize how much this online
bookmaker might bring to their fixture.

William Hill

William Hill has been operating since 1934, and it has built a huge name of offering wonderful odds
for football leagues. It also offers a vast selection of gambling markets as well as the best, user-
friendly mobile app. This bookmaker accepts clients from Nigeria, and the best thing regarding it
being a British betting company is that they are focused mostly on football. Therefore if you are
looking to place a bet on world football, and particularly the Premier League, it might well be the
ideal choice for you. This bookmaker has a great and wide collection of offers for both their existing
and new customers that you can take advantage of. They have sign up bonuses as well as special
events for a big football fixture.

22bet

This is an international bookmaker that supports a wide range of languages and it has a large
betting selection for Nigeria players. 22bet has a mobile app with a large selection for football
lovers, especially English Primer League. It is one of the most popular betting sites around. 22bet got
a range of bets that are available in the market as well as having an excellent bonus offer. It has
several bonuses and promotions that one gets right after making the first deposit and they continue
growing progressively in the course of your betting. You can’t afford to miss this excellent bonuses.

1xbet

It is one of the largest competitors when it comes to the betting industry in the world in the last
decade. Up and until it hasn't lost any momentum, it has been dominant on competitive odds, sports
variety, with its ever-increasing advertising campaign. 1xbetbookmaker has got more than 1,000
betting shops. They have also managed to have shops all over as well as having shops in Nigeria. The
players in Nigeria enjoy sportsbooks, online bookies, and poker pages.

Melbet

This on one of the most recent betting company and it started in 2012 to be exact. It is registered in
the United Kingdom as its legal address and license to practice betting business are from the UK. It is
a member of the first self-regulatory organization of Russian Bookmakers. They have a wide range of
sports that you can bet on such as hockey, formula 1, diving and many more.

Betwinner

It is one of the most ambitious betting company that was started way back in 2007 and became
famous in a very short period after it started its operations. It has a huge selection of sporting events
as it meets all the needs of all its clients in the betting industry. It is one of the most admired
companies when it comes to payout and individuals customer care. They are focused on making sure
that the punters get the best betting experience by giving them the ability to bet even when the
sporting events commence.

888sport

888sport was launched in 1997 as an online gambling company. It has become of great success in
Europe and worldwide. It is also the most popular betting organization when it comes to the
customer base as it accepts all customers from all walks of life, regions and more so in Nigeria. The
clients in Nigeria have a great advantage of sighing up bonuses and competitive odds from one of
the greatest and well-known companies in the world.

With very many bookmakers offering diverse betting, many players face challenges, especially while
choosing the best bookmaker. Thepunterspage.com has ranked the best bookmakers for football
using a wide range of diverse criteria which are very important for a top gambling experience.

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

A Nigerian man has broken down in tears after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #endsars protesters in Abuja.

READ: #BBNaija 2018: Lolu suffers uncontrollable Erection while on bed with Anto (Video)

In a video going viral on social media, the heartbroken man was seen crying uncontrollably, while narrating the incident.

He mentioned that his wife is currently pregnant and he was on his way to see her when the hoodlums attacked, smashed and vandalized his car.

READ: Heartbreaking video of Jimoh Isaiq’s father weeping uncontrollably after his son was killed at an #EndSARS protest in Ogbomoso(Opens in a new browser tab)

“I’m so pained mehn! I didn’t deserve this. I didn’t do shit to these guys. Just to find a gridlock here, I’m just going to see my wife. My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to go and see her”, he lamented.

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We can’t Afford to lose the Essence Life’s due to SARS and Police Brutality in Nigerian NO MORE HIDING PLACE for the Nigeria Police & SARS

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Gabaghi Sunday Agbede also known as Donblaqwifi is an Afro-beat/pop upcoming artiste song writer and music producer based in the United start of America.
Donblaqwifi as he’s famously called didn’t just jump into music. Before music, Donblaqwifi graduated with an Accounting degree from Northeastern university in the United state of America.
“I just want to say big thanks to Folarin Falana famously known as “Falz” and Douglas jack Agu famously known as “Runtown” for leading the protest supporting #Endsars and #policeBrutality in Nigeria.
“Also big thanks to every single individual that came out for the protest. Enough is Enough is time for our voices to be heard in Nigeria.
Regardless of whatever that is happening in Nigeria including the Government and president the only people that can make Nigeria a better country is the Youth. The change we are looking is in our hands . It’s time for Nigerian Youths to come together as one and fight for the change.
The only way we can fight bad Government and bad president is peaceful protest. Nigerian is the richest Country in Africa still we are suffering, No electricity, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Police, SARS are Harassing innocent citizens.
Enough is Enough. We the Nigerian youth need to come together and fight for change.
United we stand”
#EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality
IG: iamdonblaqwifi
YouTube:Donblaqwifi

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Reps query N114b withdrawal from stabilisation fund

Senate to probe aviation sector charges
Experts fault govt’s order to foreign airlines
 
THE House of Representatives yesterday ordered an investigation into allegations that the Stabilisation Fund was being subjected to abuses following alleged in…

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Tambuwal-Senate to probe aviation sector charges

Experts fault govt’s order to foreign airlines

 

THE House of Representatives yesterday ordered an investigation into allegations that the Stabilisation Fund was being subjected to abuses following alleged indiscriminate withdrawals from the account to the tune of N114 billion.

Adopting without debate a motion sponsored by Haruna Musa Fatah, the House directed its committees in charge of Appropriation and Finance “to investigate the issue and determine the amount of monies so far withdrawn and the legality or otherwise of the expenditure made and report back to the House within four weeks.”

But Speaker Aminu Waziri Tambuwal was quick in cautioning lawmakers from passing judgment in addressing the issue.

Accordingly, he refused to give room for a debate on the matter by simply putting it to question and the lawmakers unanimously agreed that an immediate investigation of the issue be launched.

Introducing the matter to the House, Fatah urged his colleagues to note the following:

• that the revenue sharing laws provide for the remittance of 0.5 per cent of funds accruing to the Federation Account being kept in the Stabilisation Fund;

• that the Stabilisation Account is meant to be used in funding deficits in the budget when the oil price is below the benchmark price;

• that this account being a buffer against oil price shock, spending from it should be guided by caution and great circumspection in order to maintain sound fiscal policy;

• that within a period of eight months, about N114 billion was withdrawn from this account by the Federal Government for some expenditure most of which should ordinarily be budgeted for; and

• that most of the indiscriminate withdrawals are gradually converting the account into a mere slush fund instead of its original mandate.

Meanwhile, disturbed by current developments in the aviation industry, the Senate yesterday accused some Nigerians of colluding with foreigners to rip off travellers going abroad.

Consequently, the Senate mandated its Committee on Aviation to launch an inquest into the matter, with a view to fishing out those behind the “unwholesome act.”

Moving a motion on the matter, Chairman, Senate Committee on Aviation, Hope Uzodinma, alleged that the conduct of British Airways (BA) and Virgin Atlantic (VA) both of the United Kingdom (UK) caused a huge loss of revenue to the Federal Government accruable from the Ticket Sales Charge (TSC).

Uzodinma put the loss at $235 million (about N3.7 billion), besides the heavy financial losses to travel agencies and Nigerian travellers.

He expressed concern over what he described as “arbitrary fees” charged by the foreign airlines, which he further alleged “are above the rates charged on routes of equal distance outside Nigeria.”

According to him, a London-New York return economy ticket is $624; London-Dallas  $787; London-Florida  $730; and London-Atlanta $772, while the cheapest Economy return ticket on the Abuja-London route is $1,200.

Uzodinma also stated that the First Class Lagos-London return fare is $10,816, while Abuja-London return flight is $10,144, stressing that the same booking for a passenger on the Accra-London route is $4,798.

He added that while Business Class Lagos-London return fare is $7,370, Accra-London route is $4,098.

The senator, therefore, called for an investigation into the operations of all foreign airlines, with a view to determining their level of compliance or otherwise with extant aviation laws in the country.

A visibly angry Senate President David Mark said the situation “has been on for a very long time and the Committee on Aviation should find out why.”

Mark continued: “The fares charged Nigerian travellers are completely out of reach. It is unreasonable; it is exploitative. Nobody should come here to exploit Nigerians; our regulatory agencies are colluding with them to exploit Nigerians.”

But some stakeholders in the aviation sector have faulted Aviation Minister, Stella Oduah-Ogiewonyi, over her recent directive to the foreign airlines to reduce their “discriminatory and restrictive fares” on the Lagos-London and Abuja-London routes.

However, Oduah-Ogiewonyi will today hold an interactive session with airline operators, with a view to proffering solutions to lingering problems in the nation’s aviation sector.

The minister has also constituted a committee to examine the adequacy or otherwise of existing requirements for registration of airlines and extant financial guidelines to ensure that airlines are financially healthy to continue in business.

The committee will also look into minimum regulatory threshold of serviceable aircraft that any licensed airline should meet before it is allowed to remain in active operations among several other issues.

The ministerial session comes up at the Accident Investigation Bureau office in Lagos.

Rising from a meeting that lasted several hours yesterday, the aviation stakeholders stated that airfares were not fixed by fiat but arrived at based on the dictates of market forces.

At the meeting were President, Aviation Round Table (ART), Capt. Dele Ore; Chairman, Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), Dr. Steve Mahonwu and his Scribe, Mohammed Joji; President/Chief Executive Officer, Sabre Network, West Africa, a United States-based airline Global Distribution System, Mr. Gbenga Olowo and travel expert, Olumide Ohunayo.

According to them, demand and mark up factors as well as anti-trust competition rules, among others, are reasons fares are different on certain routes.

The stakeholders stated: “Any profit-driven organisation like British Airways, Air France, KLM, will attempt to maximise its gains in any market for that matter where its market share remains significant and this is slightly evident in the dollar per mile figure for First and Business classes en route Lagos-London but not so in regular economy”.

Stressing that “government cannot control what it does not have,” they described the minister’s directive as “an exercise in futility,” stressing that rather than reading the riot act to the foreign airlines, disturbing the operators, she should channel her energy to strengthening Nigerian airlines to give foreign airlines tough competition.

The stakeholders also took a swipe at the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) for its alleged penchant for reneging on concession agreements.

The recent termination of a concession agreement with a firm, Maevis, and the way other concession agreement had been allegedly threatened by FAAN, they said, had sent “a dangerous signal to both foreign and local investors in the country.”

The aviation stakeholders urged the Federal Government to privatize FAAN, stressing that the agency as currently run “cannot provide the services needed by the nation’s aviation sector.”

Contributing to the debate at the Senate, Aittai Aidoko (Kogi East) said:  “Foreign travels constitute a large chunk of our national budget and if the situation is redressed, our spending on recurrent expenditure would be drastically reduced.”

 

 

Chief Barnabas Gemade and Olubunmi Adekunle accused the country’s regulatory authorities for the crises in the aviation industry and asked the Federal Government to bar Nigerians from patronising all affected foreign airlines.

During a recent disagreement between British Airways and Arik Air over the denial of landing slots to the Nigerian carrier in London, the Ministry of Aviation took some steps to address the disparity in the fares.

In a related development, the Federal Ministry of Aviation has asked the National Assembly to enact a new law on passengers’ bill of rights to address the problem.

The bill seeks compensation for passengers in the event of flight delay or cancellation.

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What are the best bookmakers for Nigeria residents?

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Sports betting is becoming more and more famous in Nigeria. A rising number of betting sites in
Nigeria are offering wagering services to a populace of nearly 200 million people. They have a variety
of bonuses as well as free bets to attract customers. Nigerian customers and visitors can place bets
at both domestic and global bookmakers who offer offline and online betting services. These
bookmakers are offering betters in the biggest African market, and they are enjoying pretty liberal
betting legislation.

There are many safe betting sites around the globe, with lots of them being governed by higher
betting rules. Nigerian betters can punt on the hottest gaming markets with easiness, and they can
enjoy complete coverage on cricket, football, basketball and many more from these sites. The
majority of the bookmakers are making efforts to be named the most excellent bookie in Nigeria.
Here are the best bookmakers for Nigeria residents.

Nairabet

Nairabet is among the most famous bookmakers in Nigeria. It was launched in 2009, and since then,
Nairabet has continued to be among the largest and most successful gaming firms based in Nigeria.
It has a wide collection of both global as well as domestic betting sites. It offers live streaming, in-
play betting, in addition to a wide variety of promotions for the existing and new customers.
However, the odds might not be as excellent as that of the European betting companies, but if you
would like to bet on Nigerian games, then Nairabet can well be the best bookie for you. Nairabet
offers a great experience to Nigerian residents because they accept deposits in Naira.

Bet9ja

Bet9ja has rapidly reputed itself as one of the leading betting sites in Nigeria. It is not only the much-
visited betting site in Nigeria but among the much-visited sites around the entire of the internet in
the country. This just shows how famous betting has turned out to be in the country and Bet9ja has
gained a lot from that by offering a wonderful product. This bookmaker offers a wide selection of
markets, and they focus on both international as well as local football. This gives Nigerians a chance
to have great odds of domestic football fixtures. The major advantage of this bookmaker is that it
accepts deposits in Naira.

Betfair

Betfair is among the largest online gambling exchange in the world. It has an overabundance of
football gaming markets for its clientele. With the incredible cash-out option that it offers, be
assured that you are operating with one of the top betting sites. This bookmaker offers Nigerian
residents with the best value odds together with a huge variety of casino, sportsbook, as well as
poker markets.

bet365

Bet365 started with a humble beginning in 2000, and since then, it has risen to be among the top
bookmakers and especially in the football wagers. Its website is easy to navigate; it has excellent live
betting and incredible live streaming. It has grown to be the titleholder of the football gaming sites,
and this makes it to rank among the top and reliable bookmaker. Bet365 offers a huge betting
selection for Nigeria players.

Betway

Betway has paved itself to become a leading firm in betting in a period of over ten years. It is a
leading betting firm in Europe, and it has the biggest percentage of its client’s base from Germany,
the United Kingdom, and Spain. Unquestionably, Betway is among the best bookmakers in the globe
these days. The majority of the Nigerians are now starting to recognize how much this online
bookmaker might bring to their fixture.

William Hill

William Hill has been operating since 1934, and it has built a huge name of offering wonderful odds
for football leagues. It also offers a vast selection of gambling markets as well as the best, user-
friendly mobile app. This bookmaker accepts clients from Nigeria, and the best thing regarding it
being a British betting company is that they are focused mostly on football. Therefore if you are
looking to place a bet on world football, and particularly the Premier League, it might well be the
ideal choice for you. This bookmaker has a great and wide collection of offers for both their existing
and new customers that you can take advantage of. They have sign up bonuses as well as special
events for a big football fixture.

22bet

This is an international bookmaker that supports a wide range of languages and it has a large
betting selection for Nigeria players. 22bet has a mobile app with a large selection for football
lovers, especially English Primer League. It is one of the most popular betting sites around. 22bet got
a range of bets that are available in the market as well as having an excellent bonus offer. It has
several bonuses and promotions that one gets right after making the first deposit and they continue
growing progressively in the course of your betting. You can’t afford to miss this excellent bonuses.

1xbet

It is one of the largest competitors when it comes to the betting industry in the world in the last
decade. Up and until it hasn't lost any momentum, it has been dominant on competitive odds, sports
variety, with its ever-increasing advertising campaign. 1xbetbookmaker has got more than 1,000
betting shops. They have also managed to have shops all over as well as having shops in Nigeria. The
players in Nigeria enjoy sportsbooks, online bookies, and poker pages.

Melbet

This on one of the most recent betting company and it started in 2012 to be exact. It is registered in
the United Kingdom as its legal address and license to practice betting business are from the UK. It is
a member of the first self-regulatory organization of Russian Bookmakers. They have a wide range of
sports that you can bet on such as hockey, formula 1, diving and many more.

Betwinner

It is one of the most ambitious betting company that was started way back in 2007 and became
famous in a very short period after it started its operations. It has a huge selection of sporting events
as it meets all the needs of all its clients in the betting industry. It is one of the most admired
companies when it comes to payout and individuals customer care. They are focused on making sure
that the punters get the best betting experience by giving them the ability to bet even when the
sporting events commence.

888sport

888sport was launched in 1997 as an online gambling company. It has become of great success in
Europe and worldwide. It is also the most popular betting organization when it comes to the
customer base as it accepts all customers from all walks of life, regions and more so in Nigeria. The
clients in Nigeria have a great advantage of sighing up bonuses and competitive odds from one of
the greatest and well-known companies in the world.

With very many bookmakers offering diverse betting, many players face challenges, especially while
choosing the best bookmaker. Thepunterspage.com has ranked the best bookmakers for football
using a wide range of diverse criteria which are very important for a top gambling experience.

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

A Nigerian man has broken down in tears after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #endsars protesters in Abuja.

READ: #BBNaija 2018: Lolu suffers uncontrollable Erection while on bed with Anto (Video)

In a video going viral on social media, the heartbroken man was seen crying uncontrollably, while narrating the incident.

He mentioned that his wife is currently pregnant and he was on his way to see her when the hoodlums attacked, smashed and vandalized his car.

READ: Heartbreaking video of Jimoh Isaiq’s father weeping uncontrollably after his son was killed at an #EndSARS protest in Ogbomoso(Opens in a new browser tab)

“I’m so pained mehn! I didn’t deserve this. I didn’t do shit to these guys. Just to find a gridlock here, I’m just going to see my wife. My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to go and see her”, he lamented.

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We can’t Afford to lose the Essence Life’s due to SARS and Police Brutality in Nigerian NO MORE HIDING PLACE for the Nigeria Police & SARS

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Gabaghi Sunday Agbede also known as Donblaqwifi is an Afro-beat/pop upcoming artiste song writer and music producer based in the United start of America.
Donblaqwifi as he’s famously called didn’t just jump into music. Before music, Donblaqwifi graduated with an Accounting degree from Northeastern university in the United state of America.
“I just want to say big thanks to Folarin Falana famously known as “Falz” and Douglas jack Agu famously known as “Runtown” for leading the protest supporting #Endsars and #policeBrutality in Nigeria.
“Also big thanks to every single individual that came out for the protest. Enough is Enough is time for our voices to be heard in Nigeria.
Regardless of whatever that is happening in Nigeria including the Government and president the only people that can make Nigeria a better country is the Youth. The change we are looking is in our hands . It’s time for Nigerian Youths to come together as one and fight for the change.
The only way we can fight bad Government and bad president is peaceful protest. Nigerian is the richest Country in Africa still we are suffering, No electricity, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Police, SARS are Harassing innocent citizens.
Enough is Enough. We the Nigerian youth need to come together and fight for change.
United we stand”
#EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality
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