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So talented: Watch Billy Gilmour incredible goal for Chelsea U23s vs Man City



Chelsea starlet Billy Gilmour continued his return for injury on Sunday with a goal for the Under-23s.

The 19-year-old central midfielder has been sidelined since July after suffering a knee injury during pre-season match against Crystal Palace.

It was a setback for the Scot star after a breakthrough season under head coach Frank Lampard which saw him make 11 first-team appearances.

Gilmour had a brief cameo for Scotland Under-21s, which saw him sent off after coming on as a substitute, and got more minutes in the EFL Trophy defeat at Bristol Rovers in midweek.

The 19-year-old central midfielder started and scored on Sunday as Chelsea’s development squad came from 2-0 down to draw with Manchester City in Premier League 2.

Billy Gilmour found the net from 18 yards after latching onto George Nunn’s pass. Myles Peart-Harris then found the equaliser.

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I received vision that I would be Governor – Oyetola



Gboyega Oyetola

Adegboyega Oyetola has narrated he received a vision of becoming the Governor of Osun state long before he joined the race.

Oyetola who disclosed this while addressing a congregation at a service held to commemorate the second anniversary of his administration at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Osun Province 1 Headquarters, Osogbo, on Sunday November 29, stated that the revelation has continued to give him confidence of victory each time he is faced with legal and political battles since becoming governor.

He said;

“I am ordinarily not one who sees visions but on two occasions, I had a strange encounter. Imagine the son of an Imam, receiving a Christian song in a dream. That was my encounter.

“All I could remember on both occasions was the last line of the song which says ‘IleriOluwa ni lati se’. Outside of that dream, I had never heard the song before. When the impression was heavy on my heart, I called one of my friends to ask him about the song, and he told me the song was the Track 2 of Timi Oshikoya’s album.

“He went out and got me the album and immediately I started listening to the track, my consciousness was restored and then I had an understanding of what God was saying to me. That revelation has continued to give me confidence of victory each time I am faced with legal and political battles since becoming governor.”

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Police Arrest Seven Suspected Cultists In Lagos (Photo)



Seven suspected members of Eiye Confraternity have been arrested by the  Lagos State Police Command at Agura area, Ikorodu, Lagos state.

A statement released by the command’s spokesperson, SP Muyiwa Adejobi, says police operatives attached to Imota Division arrested the suspects on Saturday 28th November 2020 at 2pm.

Adejobi gave the names of the suspected cultists as Abolaji Arbayo, Josiah Offem, Oluwapelumi Oyeyinka, Limidi Taofeeq, Ahmed Shittu who drives their operational vehicle, Zainab Nurudeen who serves as the armourer who sources for the guns to operate, and Rabiu Ganiyu.

He mentioned that the suspected cultists attacked members of the vigilante in their area, inflicting degrees of injury on them just to avenge the arrest of one of their members by the “Agbekoya” group.

Items recovered from them included machetes and some charms, one green paragon bus with Reg No LAGOS APP 600 XA that was used by the suspects for their operations.

Adejobi said the Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumusu, has immediately directed that the case be transferred to the State CID Panti for proper investigation.

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End Killings, Lawan, Gbajabiamila Tell Security Agencies



Senate President Ahmad Lawan on Sunday urged the security agencies to redouble their efforts and end mindless violent crimes in the country.

Lawan, in a statement by his spokesman, Ola Aowinyi, condemned the killing of rice farmers by terrorists in Borno State.

He described the incident as another act of barbarism against innocent Nigerians minding their own business.

He condoled with the families of the victims, government and people of Borno State.

Similarly, the speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, said the killings of the farmers had once again brought to the fore the need for more military action against the terrorists.

Gbajabiamila, in a statement by his spokesman, Lanre Lasisi, said: “Their lives should not go in vain. This should call for more action from our military. As a house, we’re ever ready to give them all the necessary support, especially through budgetary allocation, to deal decisively with the insurgents,” he said.

Source:- Daily Trust

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