Super Eagles midfielder, Oghenekaro Etebo, is close to joining Watford, according to BBC Sport.
Etebo will arrive on an initial loan with the option to make the deal permanent at the end of the 2021/2022 season.
It is believed the player has undergone his medicals ahead of the imminent switch to Vicarage Road.
The 25-year-old spent last season on loan at Galatasaray.
If Etebo moves to Watford, it would be his third loan move away from Stoke.
Paul Okoye, better known as Rude boy of the defunct music group, PSquare, has taken to social media to celebrate his twin kids, Nadia and Nathan Okoye turn 4.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Paul Okoye and his wife, Anita Okoye welcomed their twins on July 8, 2017 precisely.
To celebrate them, their superstar dad took to social media to share their photos and spoke about how much he loves them.
“Happy sweetest #4th birthday to my double double. love you #Nadia and Nathan. may God continue to guard and protect you all. cc @anita_okoye”, the singer wrote.
This is sad! Plateau state has recorded 953 cases of Cholera, 14 deaths, 910 discharged cases, while 29 patients are receiving treatment in various health facilities across the state.
Commissioner for Health, Dr Nimkong Lar disclosed the figures at a press briefing at the end of the state executive meeting on Wednesday at Government House Jos.
He said the disease, which was previously recorded in Jos North Local Government, has spread to 13 local Government areas, requiring concerted efforts to address.
The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) are however in the state to support handling of the outbreaks.
The shocking situation of a set of twin sisters in the Likoko community in the English-speaking region of Cameroon has been revealed by a Facebook user, Ayisha Toginia.
Toginia, who encountered the pregnant teenagers when they visited the Solidarity Hospital in Buea revealed that the girls were subjected to sexual solicitations in order to feed.
She said, “A struggling father providing for his almost due pregnant daughters in the suburbs of Buea. Theirs is not a beautiful story but an example of the reality of life, especially in crisis-stricken English Cameroon.
“This family lived at Tole where both sisters (16 years old) were impregnated by the same boy of their age in their local community just before the armed crisis forced them to move to Muea where they...