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Friday, March 8, 2019

Chelsea enter weekend in bad mood after getting this BITTER update

Premier League side Chelsea has seen their appeal for a two-window transfer ban to be voided shut down by world football governing body FIFA who say the sanction will not be delayed while their appeal is heard. FIFA’s Disciplinary Committee sanctioned Chelsea in relation to 29 cases where the Premier League club were found to have breached regulations relating to the international transfer and registration of players under the age of 18.
The Blues immediately said they “categorically refute” FIFA’s claims and signalled they would appeal against the decision. Confirmation an appeal had been filed was made this week and FIFA signalled the ban preventing Chelsea from registering players for two windows will still stand while the appeal is heard. “We can confirm that the chairman of the FIFA Appeal Committee has rejected the application for provisional measures filed by Chelsea in relation to the decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee,” a spokesperson told Omnisport in a statement on Friday.
Barcelona were given a similar transfer ban in 2014 but the LaLiga club made an appeal that pushed the punishment into the following year. They signed Luis Suarez, Ivan Rakitic, Jeremy Mathieu, Claudio Bravo and Marc-Andre ter Stegen before the ban came into effect. But unless FIFA comes to a verdict on Chelsea’s appeal before the start of the 2019-20 season, the club will be unable to register any new signings in the next window.
Chelsea could also take their case to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The Blues had initially responded to the accusations levelled against them by saying: “Chelsea FC categorically refutes the findings of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee and will therefore be appealing the decision. “The club wishes to emphasise that it respects the important work undertaken by FIFA in relation to the protection of minors and has fully cooperated with FIFA throughout its investigation.

Initially, Chelsea FC was charged under Articles 19.1 and 19.3 in relation to 92 players. We welcome the fact that FIFA has accepted that there was no breach in relation to 63 of these players, but the club is extremely disappointed that FIFA has not accepted the club’s submissions in relation to the remaining 29 players. Chelsea FC acted in accordance with the relevant regulations and will shortly be submitting its appeal to FIFA.”

The Truth Is Out! Atiku Lets The Cat Out Of The Bag, Reveals The Real Reason Why He Asked For All Election Materials To Be Surrendered

 The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party,  PDP,  Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, on Wednesday, adduced reasons why he applied for an order to compel the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,  to surrender all the materials used for the February 23 presidential election, for inspection.
He said the request was to establish that the exercise was fraught with manifest irregularities, including multiple thumb-printing of ballot papers, saying he intends to engage forensic experts to analyse the election materials. Consequently, he prayed the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Abuja, for leave to be allowed to obtain some of the sensitive materials that INEC deployed for the presidential election. Meantime, the tribunal, stood-down its proceedings for one hour to enable it to consider the merit or otherwise of the request.
The three-man panel tribunal headed by Justice Abdul Aboki, reserved ruling on the motion marked CA/A/P/EPT/1/2019 after it heard from Atiku’s lawyer, Chief Chris Uche, SAN. Uche told the tribunal that the motion dated March 4, was brought pursuant to section 6(6) of the 1999 Constitution, as amended and section 151 of the Electoral Act, sought for six reliefs, among which included an order compelling the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to surrender all the sensitive materials that were used for the presidential poll, for forensic scrutiny.

Among items, he said his client wants to be inspected by forensic experts, include over 80million ballot papers that were used for the election, which he said would be subjected to thumbprint analysis. Other items the motion is asking the electoral body to release to the intending petitioners for scrutiny are the Voters Register, the Smart Card Reader Machines, as well as information stored in INEC’s back-up server. He said the first prayer in the motion paper was for leave of the tribunal permitting Atiku and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to file the action before the pre-hearing session of the tribunal, as prescribed by the Electoral Act.The Applicants (Atiku and PDP) urged the tribunal to direct INEC to allow their agents to scan and make photocopies of vital documents used in the conduct of the election, for the purpose of establishing manifest irregularities they said led to President Muhammadu Buhari’s emergence as the winner of the presidential election. They maintained that the six reliefs sought against INEC were for the purpose of filing and maintaining an election petition they intend to lodge against the outcome of the 2019 Presidential Election.

Chief Uche, SAN, said his clients decided to approach the tribunal with the motion, in view of the fact that the Electoral Act stipulated that filing of the petition must not exceed 21 days after the election result was announced. “Because of the limited time, the Applicants who intend to file a petition, want to go and inspect, to be able to secure some of the documents that will be relied upon to maintain the petition. “We are urging your Lordships to grant us this orders so that if we are inspecting, we can make copies by way of scanning or photocopying.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

The 3 key secrets to building money and wealth

Wealth is for everyone. Your time will come, so don't ever doubt that you will not succeed. By the same token, don't rush success, because it never happens overnight.
Only those who are patient and persistent earn long-term rewards.
I know that the complexities of managing work and home life can be enough to distract you from long-term financial planning. So, to make the process simpler, I am revealing 3 major secrets that I consider to be the main aspects of wealth-building

Don't quit your job
One wealth-building secret that is not widely known is that you will benefit greatly from remaining with your employer for as long as you can. Research shows that the wealthiest retirees stayed with one employer for 30-40 years.
As you settle into your job, invest in your future financial freedom by maximizing your 401(k) contribution, matched by your employer. You will grow your money to use and enjoy in the future.
Bonus tip: When first seeking your long-term job, make sure that it is something you are truly passionate about. Your work will keep you motivated, energized, and engaged.
Don't remain in debt
Remaining debt-free is 'easier said than done', but ultimately, it can still be done. It just requires the self-discipline to avoid unhealthy spending habits.
Remember that interest tends to pile up and snowball until it becomes too much to handle . It affects your overall financial health and can derail you from your long-term financial goals.
It also takes a big chunk out of your income, which is money that could have been put toward investments.
Be frugal by making small changes in your life. When you are out, give yourself a set spending budget in cash, instead of turning to cards. If you end up in credit card debt, always pay above the minimum amount due so that you gain independence that much sooner.
Diversify your investments
Build a diverse portfolio to reduce risk and increase tolerance for sudden market changes. Invest globally in varied asset classes and you will protect your financial health in times when a single asset is declining. Avoid the temptation to put all your eggs in one basket: Think long-term .
Consult a professional to learn how you to align diversification strategies with your personal goals and needs.
Wealth-building is a challenge that only the most persistent people can navigate. It takes real self-control and discipline to be able to reap beneficial returns and to know that your wealth grows over time. Your present work serves as a foundation for your future happiness.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Buhari scores highest votes in Nigeria's presidential election

President Muhammadu Buhari has scored the highest votes in the 2019 presidential election polling 15,191,847 votes. His closest challenger and former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), polled 11,262,978 votes.
The result of all 36 states and Abuja have been declared at the INEC collation centre in Abuja.
The PDP has already rejected the results saying they were manipulated.
Mr Buhari is, however, yet to be declared president-elect as the collation process is still on.
To be declared president-elect, aside winning majority votes, Mr Buhari also has to score two-third of votes in 24 states.
Before formally declaring Mr Buhari winner, the electoral commission, INEC, also has to ensure that the total number of disenfranchised Nigerian voters is not more than the difference in votes between the two leading candidates.
In Rivers State alone, elections were not held in six local government areas which have over 900,000 registered voters. Elections were also not held or cancelled in several polling units across Nigeria including Akwa Ibom and Nasarawa states.
The INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, said the commission will go on a “short interlude” to review the various reports from states before deciding whether or not to declare a winner in the election.