Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has said contracting malaria left him feeling the worst he has ever felt in his life.
The Gabon international fell sick after going away to represent his country.
Aubameyang actually played in games against Liverpool and Slavia Prague, before his condition got so bad that he called Arsenal’s club doctor and said that he needed to go to hospital.
Speaking ahead of Arsenal’s Europa League semi-final second leg against Villarreal on Thursday night, Aubameyang described the events leading up to his diagnosis.
“I was feeling a bit down,” he said. “I thought that it was the travel.
“As you know, going to Gabon is not so close to here. I felt just a bit tired, especially against Liverpool, but I thought it was just because of the travel.
“I don’t know what the percentage of my form was at that moment. But definitely, yeah, I felt a bit tired.”
‘Never judge a book by its cover’ – Nkechi Blessing shares her unbelievable experience with a stranger | Watch
Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing has shared her unbelievable experience with a stranger she met on Instagram.
According to the 32-year-old, she advertised a luxury car of N17M and a man who looks broke approached her to buy it. Nkechi said she did not believe the man until he came with his wife the next day to inspect the car, after which he paid for it and took it away.
The brand influencer urged her followers never to just a book by its cover because she never expected the man to buy the car because he looks broke.
"Oh shit I never knew the video wasn’t full Dear Client thank you for your patronage Moral of my story**Never judge a book by it’s cover… Car dealers on my list...
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has claimed the “statement by the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, that the Federal Government is not duty-bound to protect Nigerians from bandits, has confirmed apprehensions that the All Progressives Congress and the Muhammadu Buhari Presidency have surrendered our nation to terrorists.”
This was contained in a statement issued by the National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan.
PDP stressed that “the statement by the minister is another clear evidence that President Buhari is indeed absent, has completely abdicated the responsibilities of his office and capitulated to bandits.”
According to the PDP, “Lai Mohammed’s statement further reveals that the Buhari Presidency has not been committed to combating banditry but had, all along, been feeding Nigerians with lies, propaganda and falsehood, while bandits are pillaging...
Nollywood Yoruba actors, Olatayo Amokade popularly known as Ijebu and Murphy Afolabi are celebrating their birthdays today, the 5th of May.
Taking to Instagram to acknowledge their birthdays, Ijebu wrote;
"Wishing myself the happiest of. On this special day, I just want to thank you God for the priceless gift of life that He has given me and for the wonderful people He has put in my life. My being alive and healthy today is as a result of none other than the almighty God. I’ll forever be grateful to you, God. Happy birthday to myself."
Murphy Afolabi wrote;