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WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

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WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

The FIFA Women’s World Cup (WWC) is a stage where talent shines and teams compete to showcase their skills on a global platform.

As the Super Falcons prepare for their upcoming matches, they face formidable opponents, including England.

The Lionesses boast a roster of exceptional players, each possessing unique abilities that make them formidable competitors. In this blog post, we shine a spotlight on five England players whom the Super Falcons should be vigilant of during their encounter.

I. Lucy Bronze – The Defensive Dynamo

Lucy Bronze is a commanding presence in England’s defense. Her exceptional speed, precise tackles, and impressive defensive awareness make her a daunting obstacle for any forward line.

Her attacking prowess adds an extra dimension to her game, often pushing forward to provide offensive support. Bronze’s versatility and skill make her a key player to watch out for, as she can single-handedly turn defense into attack in a blink of an eye.

WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

II. Steph Houghton – The Resolute Leader

Steph Houghton’s leadership on the field is second to none. As the captain of the England squad, her influence goes beyond her skills as a defender.

Houghton’s ability to organize the defense and keep her teammates focused in high-pressure situations make her a formidable force. Her accurate set-piece deliveries and her knack for scoring crucial goals from free-kicks also make her a potent threat.

WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

III. Fran Kirby – The Midfield Magician

In the midfield, Fran Kirby stands out as a magician with the ball at her feet. Her quick dribbling and intelligent positioning make her difficult to mark. Kirby’s vision and ability to thread precise through balls to her teammates create numerous scoring opportunities.

As an attacking midfielder, she is the creative heart of England’s offense, making her a significant threat to the Super Falcons’ defense.

WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

IV. Nikita Parris – The Agile Attacker

Nikita Parris is a dynamic attacker known for her agility and lightning-fast pace. As a winger or forward, Parris can torment defenders with her skillful dribbling and ability to take on multiple opponents.

Her clinical finishing and penchant for scoring crucial goals make her a constant danger in the opposition’s penalty area.

WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

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V. Ellen White – The Goal-Scoring Machine

Ellen White’s goal-scoring prowess is a major asset for England. Her positioning and anticipation in the box are unparalleled, allowing her to capitalize on even the slightest defensive lapses

With her lethal finishing skills, White is a consistent threat and has a proven track record of scoring crucial goals in high-stakes matches.

WWC Spotlight: 5 England Players that the Super Falcons Should Watch Out for

What You Should Know

As the Super Falcons prepare to face England in the WWC, these five players should undoubtedly be on their radar. The talent and abilities of Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton, Fran Kirby, Nikita Parris, and Ellen White make them indispensable assets to the Lionesses.

The Super Falcons will need to maintain a vigilant defense and stay focused throughout the match to counter the threats posed by these formidable English players.

The WWC promises to be a thrilling contest, where the spotlight will be on these exceptional athletes as they compete for glory on the world stage.

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#CHIVIDO24: See Loved Up Photos From Davido and Chioma’s Pre-wedding Photoshoot

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Naijanewsngr reports that Davido and Chioma have released their pre-wedding snapshots and videos, asserting that their wedding, which is scheduled for the 25th of June, 2024, is OFFICIAL.  Fans have tagged the wedding to be the final bus stop for a love that stood the test of time. They have asserted that the four year wait after the release of Davido's song 1 Milli where he featured his now Fiance, has been worth it.  See pictures and Videos from the Pre-wedding photoshoot;

 

Naijanewsngr reports that Davido and Chioma have released their pre-wedding snapshots and videos, asserting that their wedding, which is scheduled for the 25th of June, 2024, is OFFICIAL.

 

Fans have tagged the wedding to be the final bus stop for a love that stood the test of time. They have asserted that the four year wait after the release of Davido’s song 1 Milli where he featured his now Fiance, has been worth it.

 

See pictures and Videos from the Pre-wedding photoshoot;

#CHIVIDO24: See Loved Up Photos From Davido and Chioma's Pre-wedding Photoshoot

#CHIVIDO24: See Loved Up Photos From Davido and Chioma's Pre-wedding Photoshoot

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Dangote Refinery to set up terminal in the Caribbean for export of petroleum products

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Dangote Refinery to set up terminal in the Caribbean for export of petroleum products

Dangote Refinery is planning to set up a terminal in the Caribbean to export petroleum products to countries in the North American region.

Aliko Dangote, the president and CEO of the refinery, made this disclosure on Wednesday at Afreximbank’s Trade and Investment Forum in The Bahamas.

The business mogul said the company can easily supply petroleum products to the region within 18 to 20 days.

According to Africa’s richest man, the company will sign a bilateral agreement with the region to construct the terminal for the exportation of its petroleum products.

“I know the price in the Caribbean in terms of petroleum products is very high. We produce it cheaply. We can always bring it here. We can set up a terminal and we’ll be able to fix their needs.

“We will have a bilateral agreement with them and also bringing in stuff from there is not more than 18 to 20 days maximum. And then we need to set up a terminal.

“Once we set up a terminal, they will have a very cheap oil. They will have cheap energy. And by having cheap energy, their own economy will grow faster,” Dangote said.

Dangote to also export Cement to the Region
In addition, the CEO of the $20 billion refinery mentioned that the conglomerate is not only seeking to invest in petroleum products in the region but also in cement.

Dangote stated that the company’s cement production capacity is nearly 52 million tons and will increase to about 62 million tons by the end of next year.

He added that the firm can meet the demand of the Caribbean market, creating a win-win situation for both parties.

“It’s not only about the oil. We now have a capacity of almost 52 million cement capacity. By the end of next year, we will be at 62 million of cement capacity. We are not only saying that we can bring in from Nigeria or from Africa.

“If they have limestones, we can also produce what can satisfy them. We’ve done that before in Africa and we should be able to free them up from the shackles of other people.

“If we the ingredients like the limestones etc, it’s a 28 months maximum. They can all be self-sufficient. It will be a win-win between us and them,” Dangote said.

What you should know
The Dangote refinery with a 650,000 barrel refining capacity has been described as the “game changer” of the oil and gas sector.
The refinery will be the largest in Africa and Europe once it begins full operation later next year.
According to reports, the $20 billion petroleum facility is expected to disrupt the $17 billion Africa-European market and reduce the continent’s dependence on imported petroleum products from Europe.
In addition, Dangote stated that the company is also eyeing the Brazilian market and other North American countries to supply refined products from the refinery.
“Our capacity is too big for Nigeria. It will be able to supply West Africa, Central Africa and also Southern Africa,” Dangote said in a panel discussion in Rwanda a few weeks ago.

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Dangote Refinery Mulls Lagos, London Stock Exchange Listings

The Dangote refinery is aiming for a dual listing on the London and Lagos bourses, a senior executive at the firm, Devakumar Edwin, has told Reuters.

Africa’s richest man and Chairman of the group, Aliko Dangote was earlier on Tuesday, quoted as saying he could try to list the company in Nigeria by the end of the year.

It is coming about six months after Dangote, also told the Financial Times of his intentions to publicly list the subsidiary of the Group, Dangote Petroleum Refinery on the Nigerian Exchange Limited.

At the time, Dangote stated that the company had resolved challenges about crude oil supply and was prepared for the listing.

The billionaire businessman already has some companies listed on the NGX, including Dangote Cement, Dangote Sugar Refinery and Nascon Allied Industries.

The refinery managers said there was need to approach the London Exchange because the Nigerian bourse may not have the capacity to handle it exclusively.

Asked to comment on Dangote’s statement to local media, Edwin told Reuters: “We have listed all our businesses. The NSE (Nigerian Stock Exchange) will not have adequate depth to handle exclusively the petroleum refinery. We would have to take it to LSE (London Stock Exchange) but also list in NSE.”

The refinery, Africa’s largest, built on a peninsula on the outskirts of the commercial capital Lagos at a cost of $20 billion, was completed after several years of delay.

It can refine up to 650,000 barrels per day (bpd) and will be the largest in Africa and Europe when it reaches full capacity this year or next.

Dangote has been trying to secure crude supplies for his refinery. He has interests in Dangote Cement, Dangote Flour Mills and Dangote Sugar, all listed on the Nigerian bourse.

In May, the company reached its first supply deal with TotalEnergies, after it put out a tender for 2 million barrels of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Midland crude every month for a year starting in July, according to tender documents.

The company since earlier in the year, has been refining diesel, jet fuel and other petroleum products and is expected to begin the production of petrol in June.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC) has said it recorded 310 cases of crude oil theft in the past week.

In its weekly update on the activities of the national oil company, the NNPC said that the cases were discovered between May 18 and May 24.

“Between May 18 and 24, 310 cases were recorded across the Niger Delta region by several incidence sources,” the NNPC stated.

In Grey Creek, Akwa Ibom state, it said a fuel station selling illegally refined fuels into cans and drums was uncovered in the past week, revealing that 122 illegal refineries were also uncovered in Bayelsa and Rivers states

According to the company, they were spotted in Tombia II, III, IV, and Umuajuloke, in Rivers state; Iduwini, Biogbolo, and Ajatiton, in Bayelsa state, while 65 illegal connections were discovered across several locations in Akuwa Odoka, Umuajuloke, and Watson Point, also in Rivers state as well as along Soku Sand Barth pipeline in the state.

It added that vandalised wellheads were discovered in Tombia IIII in Rivers state and Egbema in Imo state, where a pit filled with crude oil from a vandalised wellhead was discovered.

In Ndoni, Rivers state, NNPC said it uncovered a vandalised pipeline channelled to a nearby oil pit, while five illegal storage sites were spotted in sacks, pits, cans, and in a fuel station.

The NNPC stated that 20 vehicle arrests were made in Delta and Imo states while 48 infractions were reported at sea. Also, 39 wooden boats conveying stolen crude or illegally refined products were seized and confiscated across several creeks in Bayelsa and Delta states, it said.

NNPC said 48 of the incidents occurred in the deep blue water, 40 in the western region, 134 in the central region, and 88 in the eastern region.

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