Staff, (Vanguard) - A report released yesterday by The Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Lagos as the third worst city to live, maintaining its position at the lowest rungs of the Global Liveability index.
Staff, (Punch) - Olympic and World Championships medallist, Blessing Okagbare, on Thursday led team Nigeria into the finals of the women's 4x100m relay at the Olympic Games after posting a 42.55sec finish.
Jimitota Onoyume, (Vanguard) - Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State has lamented that he was not at the national convention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) because he was placed under ‘house arrest’ at the Old Presidential Lodge, Rivers State Government House where he lodged.
Daud Olatunji, (Vanguard) - Former President Olusegun Obasanjo said, yesterday, that he was persuaded to take over as Head of State, shortly after General Murtala Ramat Muhammed was killed in the 1976 coup.
Victory Oyeleke, (Tribune) - A climate of uncertainty hangs over the fate of non-natives who are resident in the United Kingdom, including Nigerians and other Europeans. Since the historic referendum in which the Brextiers (those who wanted the UK to quit EU) outnumbered the Retainers, the question on the lips of many people-legal and illegal immigrants-has been: what next?