Super Eagles player and Leicester City striker Ahmed Musa has been
arrested and questioned by the police for allegedly beating his wife,
Jamila, according to The Sun UK.
The footballer was said to have been picked up by police from his home
in Leicestershire around 1am on Wednesday, shortly after wishing his
wife and “queen” happy birthday in an IG post.
The police said Musa was detained on suspicion of common assault.
According to The Sun, neighbours said the police spent up to two hours
at his home before taking him away for questioning. Two female officers
reportedly visited his home later to take the statement of his wife with
who he has two children.
The board’s Head of Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that the introduction of the remita mode of payment has improved the process of acquiring registration documents.
NAN reports that prospective candidates for the 2017 all Computer Based Testing (CBT) had urged the board to consider extending the registration period due to the multiple challenges accompanying the process.
They described the process as cumbersome, stressful and frustrating and as such, that there was need to extend the deadline in order to capture all.
However, Benjamin said that the introduction of the remita mode of payment had mitigated the challenges faced by the candidates in acquiring the e-pins.
He told NAN that the new remita mode allowed anyone to make payment and get the e-pins from the comfort of their homes. “This measure has doubled the rate of the registration as...