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Abducted Mission School student regain freedom

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The student of Kings School otherwise known as Capro Secondary Mission School located at Gana Ropp in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State who was kidnapped by unknown gunmen on April 29, has regained freedom. 

 

LIB reported earlier that 4 students were kidnapped during the attack but while three of the students escaped,  one remained in captivity.

 

Spokesman of Operation Safe Haven, Major Ibrahim Shittu said on Sunday May 2 that troops rescued the remaining student in captivity on Saturday May 1. 

 

Shittu who said no ransom was paid to secure the student’s release, added that the rescued student is in good health condition and has since been reunited with other students in the college.

 

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Zidane hints at Real Madrid exit

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Zinedine Zidane hinted on Saturday he could leave as coach of Real Madrid at the end of the season, saying he believes “there comes a time when it’s the moment to change”. 

Zidane’s contract expires in 2022 but he has repeatedly refused to confirm he will still be at the club next season. 

The Frenchman has a history of surprises after resigning as coach unexpectedly in 2018 before making a shock return a year later. 

As a player, he initially announced his retirement from international football in 2004 before coming back for the 2006 World Cup, after which he retired for good.

“You talk about me leaving in 2006 and 2018 and it’s like you think I leave because I’m shirking responsibility or that I quit when things get tough,” said Zidane in a press conference. 

“It’s not, the only thing about me is that what I do, I do to the end, and then there comes a time when it’s the moment to change. For everyone, not just for me. For the club, for the good of the club, for the people. 

“I don’t leave because it’s easy. It’s not like I turn away and don’t look back. No, there are moments when you have to be there and there are moments when that’s it, it’s finished, it’s time to change. But for the good of everyone, not just for me.” 

Zidane spoke warmly about his players, describing his relationship with them as one of “total respect” while adding their time together is “something that will be there forever”. 

When it was put to him that it felt like he was saying goodbye, Zidane said: “I can only say the same thing. I don’t know what will happen. I’m here now, yes, and tomorrow we are going to play. Then we will have one match left. 

“The rest, I don’t know what will happen. This is Real Madrid. I don’t know if it’s a strength but I am always about the day to day. It’s always been like this.” 

Real Madrid play away at Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, knowing anything but a victory at San Mames will mean Atletico Madrid win the title if they beat Osasuna at the Wanda Metropolitano. 

They sit two points behind Atletico Madrid in La Liga, with two games left to play.

“We have to look at what we can control,” said Zidane. “The important thing is to keep winning ourselves.” 

Toni Kroos is the latest player to join Madrid’s lengthy list of absentees, with the German midfielder self-isolating after coming into contact with someone that tested positive for Covid-19. 

Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Ferland Mendy, Dani Carvajal and Lucas Vazquez are all injured. 

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LYRICS: Olivia Rodrigo – Good 4 U

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[Intro]
(Ah)

[Verse 1]
Well, good for you, I guess you moved on really easily
You found a new girl and it only took a couple weeks
Remember when you said that you wanted to give me the world?
(Ah-ah-ah-ah)
And good for you, I guess that you’ve been workin’ on yourself
I guess that therapist I found for you, she really helped
Now you can be a better man for your brand new girl

[Chorus]
Well, good for you
You look happy and healthy, not me
If you ever cared to ask
Good for you
You’re doin’ great out there without me, baby
God, I wish that I could do that
I’ve lost my mind, I’ve spent the night
Cryin’ on the floor of my bathroom
But you’re so unaffected, I really don’t get it
But I guess good for you

[Verse 2]
Well, good for you, I guess you’re gettin’ everything you want (Ah)
You bought a new car and your career’s really takin’ off (Ah)
It’s like we never even happened
Baby, what the fuck is up with that? (Ah)
And good for you, it’s like you never even met me
Remember when you swore to God I was the only
Person who ever got you? Well, screw that, and screw you
You will never have to hurt the way you know that I do

[Chorus]
Well, good for you
You look happy and healthy, not me
If you ever cared to ask
Good for you
You’re doin’ great out there without me, baby
God, I wish that I could do that
I’ve lost my mind, I’ve spent the night
Cryin’ on the floor of my bathroom
But you’re so unaffected, I really don’t get it
But I guess good for you

[Break]
(Ah-ah-ah-ah)
(Ah-ah-ah-ah)

[Bridge]
Maybe I’m too emotional
But your apathy’s like a wound in salt
Maybe I’m too emotional
Or maybe you never cared at all
Maybe I’m too emotional
Your apathy is like a wound in salt
Maybe I’m too emotional
Or maybe you never cared at all

[Chorus]
Well, good for you
You look happy and healthy, not me
If you ever cared to ask
Good for you
You’re doin’ great out there without me, baby
Like a damn sociopath
I’ve lost my mind, I’ve spent the night
Cryin’ on the floor of my bathroom
But you’re so unaffected, I really don’t get it
But I guess good for you

[Outro]
Well, good for you, I guess you moved on really easily



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Turkish President phones Buhari, seeks Nigeria’s support for Palestine

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Turkish President phones Buhari, seeks Nigeria’s support for Palestine

President Recep Erdogan of Turkey has told the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), that he expects Nigeria to show solidarity with Palestinians following the latest attacks by Israel on Jerusalem and Gaza.

Erdogan made the call when he spoke with Buhari on the telephone on Thursday evening.

The Turkish Presidency disclosed this in a message posted on its Twitter handle, @trpresidency.

The Turkish President told Buhari that his country was trying to get the international community to teach Isreal, which he described as “unlawful, unjust and unscrupulous” a lesson.

He expressed the belief that Nigeria will support Palestinians in “this rightful cause.”

The message read, “President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke by phone with President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria.

“Exchanging Eid al-Fitr greetings, the two leaders discussed bilateral relations and regional developments.

“Drawing attention to Turkey’s efforts exerted in order for the international community to teach the necessary lesson to unlawful, unjust and unscrupulous Israel due to its attacks against Palestine, President Erdogan voiced his belief that Nigeria would show solidarity with the Palestinians in this rightful cause.”

Apart from Buhari, reports say Erdogan had also spoken with some other world leaders on the matter.

He was said to have spoken with Kyrgyz President, Sadyr Japarov; his Afghan counterpart, Ashraf Ghani; Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, a former Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad; and Libya’s Prime Minister, Abdul Dbeibeh.

According to media reports, Israel’s ongoing offensive on Gaza has left 103 dead, including 27 children and 11 women.

The reports quoted the Palestinian Health Ministry.

Another 580 people were said to have been injured.

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LYRICS: Nicki Minaj ft Drake X Lil Wayne

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[Intro: Lil Wayne & Heather Headley]
Yeah, yeah, yeah (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Yeah, yeah, yeah (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
I’m smokin’ tarantula (Yeah)
Bae gave it to me (Haha)
You dig? Yeah, hold up, hm

[Verse 1: Lil Wayne]
I’ma pull up so lit, I just might crash, dawg
Let me take this Balenciaga mask off to ask y’all, “Who asked y’all?”
Cita told me to stunt my ass off, and that’s all
Bop-bop-bop-bop-bop, he was a good cat, my bad, dawg
Don’t put no K after that B-Boy, “bad kall,” that’s flag talk
Fuck around and knock your flag off, I had to
I wore a Gat’ before a tattoo, I had to
As a matter of fact, I had two
No cap, I’m on the capsules, I done relapsed, boo
But I been on my feet since Cinderella lost her glass shoe
That cash blue, but I’m still seein’ green
I’m in the bathroom, and I’m peein’ lean
My bitch a vacuum
I told her, “Keep me clean,” the scene serene
I’m a badonkadonk and bikini fiend
I just need a queen that ain’t scared to fuck a Stephen King
I used to live next door to Drake and Momma Dee
And Lisa Dee on Eagle Street
How I go from bars on the screen door to the TV screen?
Don’t ask me, but never change the channel
Gucci flannel, Gucci socks, Gucci sandals
Gucci teddy bears, and pandas, not fake
Propaganda ’bout to blow out the candle
My lil’ ho out Atlanta, got a ho out Atlanta
With a ho out Atlanta, she a ho out Atlanta
We get it, it’s the same in each city
My bitch dance better than P. Diddy’s
And ever since the pandemic
They don’t wanna let Drake out of Canada
I been screamin’, “Free Drizzy”
I know bae trust my vision but don’t want me to see prison
Said, “I can’t make no promises, either leave or come visit
But leave the keys to your heart next to your soul and your spirit”
Some see graffiti as art, some could see hoes to be women
But I’m the greediest shark amongst the ocean of killers
I put you six feet deep, I’m bein’ socially distant
Nina Ross on the hip, the .44 is my mistress
Extra shots, extra clips, ain’t talkin’ videos nor vixens
Just come and see about it, bitch
Tunechi

[Verse 2: Nicki Minaj]
Ayo, I am the star in any room that I stand in
I am the standout, you just my stand-in
These bitches copy my homework, that’s what they hand in
That’s why I’m private like the airports I land in
Life is a beach house, don’t let the sand in
I ball in any arena, go let the fans in
I should go cop a new jersey, that’s word to Camden
These bitches’ time tick-tockin’, better stick to dancin’
I D&G the wallet, my money tall and brolic
Big-ass backyards, just so Papa Bear could frolic
One Margarita pizza with Parmesan and garlic
These bitches thirsty, I can see why they alcoholics
Ain’t gotta ever talk about it when you are about it
Just bought a new car, not to drive it, but to walk around it
Just call me Nicki, cock the blicky, the Minaj is silent
Brand new vanilla Maserati, I been Häagen-Dazsin’
He call me solid even though I’m drippin’ water diet
Big booty stickin’ out, my Daisy Dukes’ll cause a riot
These bitches still my sons, who could ever deny it?
My packs hit different, who could ever supply it?
No one bitch could be my opp, that shit offends me
It’s corporate giants and machines that went against me
I wash bitches, man, they couldn’t even rinse me
She said she hot, I said, “Well, bitch, come and convince me”
Ain’t no C in green, but I’m seein’ green
Even with them floor seats, they couldn’t see the team
The K-I-N-G, the G.O.A.T., plus me, the Queen
I send shots, send ’em back or flee the scene

[Break: Drake]
You know, one of the perils of makin’ money is
You can afford to be dramatic
Y’all some drama queens, for real
It’s all good, though
You now tuned in to the biggest, ever
YMCMB, Tunechi Lee, Young Angel, Young Lion, man
Y’all boys get on a track with Onika Maraj, and y’all still dyin’
Man, wassup? We in this bitch

[Verse 3: Drake]
This ain’t gon’ be the first time that I do numbers on two crutches
Seen more plaques than toothbrushes
Until I’m at the pearly white gates, I gotta move somethin’, do somethin’
All meetings happen in person, so they can’t prove nothin’
Known her eight years and still fuck her like a new husband
Tryna run a country like Putin one day, but who’s rushin’, who’s bluffin’? For real
Who you huggin’, who you wanna be lovin’?
I play forty-eight minutes on a torn meniscus, who’s subbin’?
El Chico luxury, wanna see my niggas ball so bad, I started up a league
Fuck with me, you niggas can’t trouble me from the Doubletree
Step your suites up, I get Oliver to set the beats up
2021, I had to wet the streets up
Your girl was better in the mornin’ like a slice of pizza
That’s when I had to hit her with the, “Nice to meet ya”
You niggas think you doin’ damage, you just hypin’ me up
Face who? I could see a wall of y’all, all of y’all and run straight through
Trust, it’s all fun and games until I wanna play too
Ayy, dios mío, the ice is frío on the Jesus, it’s bringin’ me closer to God
I’m already close to the mob, I’m already known as the G.O.A.T
Could try and get close, but you won’t, I already packed the garage
None of these shits is a Dodge, none of this shit’s a facade
None of this shit’s a mirage
Thought I was seein’ things when I was seein’ green
6 G-O-D, CMB, yes sir



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Adopt new approach for N-Delta dev, Dikio urges new INC leadership

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Milliand Dikio

By Emem Idio – Yenagoa

THE newly inaugurated leadership of the Ijaw National Congress,INC, has been urged to adopt new approach in its agitation to attract development to the Niger Delta region.

Interim Administrator, Presidential Amnesty Programme ,PAP, Col. Milland Dixion Dikio ,retd, who made the appeal in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State capital during the inauguration of the new President of INC, Prof. Benjamin Okaba and his National Executive Committee, said it was time Ijaw elders embraced development-focused mindset to ensure transformation of the region.

Congratulating the INC for a successful election, the amnesty boss pledged to partner with the congress for positive advancement of the Niger Delta, describing the inauguration as the dawn of a new day in Ijawland.

Dikio said the agitations in the region should move from the streets to boardrooms to rewrite the ugly narrative in the Niger Delta, stressing that the INC should adopt a new thinking and a new approach of seeking to achieve its desires through strategic collaborations

His words: “My appeal, therefore, to the new INC leadership is to have a development focused mindset that will see to the transformation of the region. Its engagement with critical stakeholders, including the federal government and the IOCs should be targeted at attracting development and the need to consolidate on our quest for continued and sustained peace in the region.

“The Presidential Amnesty Programme under my leadership is committed to pursuing such strategic collaborations and partnerships with governments at all levels in the region, including working with bodies like the INC to advance the cause of development and peace in our region.

“To this end, we have refocused the PAP to turn our people, ex-agitators and the youths in our region into Entrepreneurs and employable citizens who will be net contributors to the economy of the region.

“We all have a duty to work for the continued peace and development of the region. Our agitation should move from the streets to the boardrooms.

“We owe it to ourselves and posterity to rewrite the ugly narrative of the region. The Niger Delta deserves better but we all must work together with the clear resolve to ensure that our dream for the region is realized.”

Dikio maintained that the PAP under his leadership was committed to such strategic collaborations with government at all levels in the region including organisations like the INC in the interest of development.

He noted that his leadership had refocused PAP to turn the people of the region, ex-agitators and youths into entrepreneurs and employable citizens with capacity to contribute to the economy of the region.



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