Friday, 20 January 2017

President Obama and first lady Michelle welcome the Trumps

Donald Trump has arrived at the White House. The President-elect and his wife Melania were greeted on the steps of the White House by President Obama and first lady Michelle.                         

Obama and the Trump exchanged hugs and Melania Trump gave Mrs Obama a hug before handing over a gift box from Tiffany's.

As usual both the outgoing first lady and incoming first lady are both looking beautiful.

4-year-old girl sold for N350, 000 recused

A 4 year old girl who allegedly stolen by her mother’s immediate younger sister was named Chinedu Chukwu and her boyfriend has been rescued by police operatives in Abia State.

According to reports, the girl’s aunt went to the girl’s school and kidnapped the girl. She was reported missing to the police on December 15th, 2016.

In the course of investigation, Chinedu Chukwu and her boyfriend, Osunkwo Chinonso, were nabbed. They were said to have sold the girl to a lady for N350, 000. The lady was also arrested and she assisted the police to recover the girl on January 16, 2016, from where she was kept at Faulks Road in Aba, Abia State, awaiting another buyer with a fabulous amount of money.

The girl’s mother, Mrs Irechukwu, was, however, shocked by her immediate younger sister’s involvement, saying that she never believed that her sister could do such a thing to her.

Man United Tops Clubs Rich List

Manchester United has regained top spot in the Deloitte Money League for the first time in more than a decade.

The Red Devils, benefiting from a return to the Champions League, posted record revenue of £515.3million over the course of the 2015-16.

That was enough to knock Real Madrid off the top spot after 11 years at the summit. The Spaniards slipped to third, despite returning their own record of £463.8m – an increase of almost £45m. Barcelona move into second.

Figures were up at Old Trafford across the board, with improved revenues showing in the match day, broadcast and commercial sectors.

Over the course of the Money League’s 20-year existence, United are the only side other than Real to have held top spot, and the huge wealth of English clubs was evident again in 2015-16, as eight teams made the top 20.

Manchester City moved into the top five for the first time, their revenues up £40m to just under £400m, while Leicester made their debut appearance in the list.

Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool all had the money to be placed in the top 10, Tottenham finished 11th and West Ham also made the cut, having seen revenues rise by more than a third.
The report, put together by business advisers Deloitte, uses figures extracted from the annual financial statements of the company or group in respect of each club