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United State’s President, Donald Trump on Thursday said he wants the Senate to launch the impeachment trial immediately.
Trump made the call after he became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached
He wrote on his Twitter page, “So after the Democrats gave me no Due Process in the House, no lawyers, no witnesses, no nothing, they now want to tell the Senate how to run their trial.
“Actually, they have zero proof of anything, they will never even show up.
“They want out. I want an immediate trial.”
DAILY POST had reported that Donald Trump was formally impeached by the US House … >>> Read Full Story



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For some Diego Maradona is the greatest footballer of the 20th century, for others – mainly English – he is the cheating possessor of the hand of God. In Italy, however, he is and always will be the patron saint of Naples.

And just as saints have their altars so Maradona has his museum, an extraordinary treasure trove of artefacts that includes the left boot with which the Argentine scored twice against Belgium in the semi-finals of the 1986 World Cup.
You can also find his first contract with Napoli and even the sofa from his Naples apartment where singer Julio … >>> Read Full Story



Jefferson Van Drew, Rebel Democrat joins Trump’s party

President Donald Trump confirmed that Jefferson Van Drew a Democratic U.S. lawmaker who opposed his party’s move to impeach him is now a Republican, a day after the House of Representatives approved articles of impeachment.
Van Drew, who represents a district in southern New Jersey, was at Trump’s side when he made the announcement during a White House appearance.
“Very big announcement … Jeff will be joining the Republican Party,” Trump told reporters during an Oval Office event to highlight Van Drew’s switch.
Van Drew said he believed in what Trump was doing with the economy and … >>> Read Full Story



The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, thursday dismissed an appeal by a former Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Dr. Joseph Nwobike.
Nwobike had approached the appellate court in a suit challenging his conviction by the Lagos State High Court.
Nwobike was convicted in April 2018 of attempting to pervert the course of justice by inducing court registrars to ensure that his cases were assigned to his preferred judges so he could obtain favourable judgments.

Justice Raliat Adebiyi convicted the senior lawyer of 12 counts and sentenced him to one-month imprisonment.
Nwobike was later stripped of his SAN rank by the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee, following … >>> Read Full Story



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Leicester may never again scale the heights of shocking the world to win the Premier League four seasons ago, but the Foxes are upsetting the odds once more as the closest challengers to Liverpool at the top of the table.

Brendan Rodgers’s men travel to Manchester City on Saturday four points ahead of the champions as the side in need of the victory to keep the title race alive.
Liverpool’s absence from league duty this weekend to compete in the Club World Cup gives Leicester the chance to cut the gap at the top to seven points.
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Former Manchester United striker, Dimitar Berbatov has urged midfielder, Paul Pogba not to leave the club when the January transfer window opens.
Pogba is yet to feature for the Red Devils since September 30, because of a foot injury.
The France international was expected back in action this week, but a mystery illness has further delayed his comeback.
The 26-year-old is still determined to force his way out of Old Trafford and is keen to leave as early as January amid interest from Real Madrid.
But Berbatov is now saying that he can’t wait to see Pogba back on the pitch in action for Ole … >>> Read Full Story



Some of the Maradona artefacts at the Museum in Naples

Argentine football legend Diego Maradona remains the patron saint of Naples. And just as saints have their altars so Maradona has his museum.
It is an extraordinary treasure trove of artefacts that includes the left boot with which the Argentine scored twice against Belgium in the semi-finals of the 1986 World Cup.
You can also find his first contract with Napoli and even the sofa from his Naples apartment where singer Julio Iglesias once sat. It’s all here in the cellar museum.
Maradona arrived at Napoli as a world record $10.48 million signing from Barcelona … >>> Read Full Story