Players and clubs threatened with ban if they breakaway to join European Super League Fifa and all six of football’s continental confederations have issued an emphatic joint rejection of any moves towards major clubs forming a breakaway European Super League, saying such a venture would not be ratified by any governing body. The statement, made… Continue reading “The Breakaway: Manchester U Threatens To Break European League”
The Headache has dragged on: French firms blame Brexit (UK) over red tape delays and costs “It’s a mess!” Three weeks after the restoration of customs formalities under Brexit, hauliers and SMEs in France are lamenting delays and extra costs. Fingers are being pointed at the other side of the English Channel, with complaints of… Continue reading “Brexit: French Firms Not Happy With UK Over Border Delays”
Election Aftermath: How The World Reacted To Uganda‘s Election Results On the 14th Jan 2021, Uganda held presidential and Member of Parliament elections same day, same time despite controversial campaign trails. One can relatively say the election day was peaceful though there were isolated violent incidents. Election results were announced and President Museveni declared winner,… Continue reading Uganda Furious at USA’s reaction to the Presidential Election results 2021
Uganda decides the next president in less than two days. it has been an eventful four months of campaigns where different camps would attack the other not only in words but physically. Of course every one has their own reasons in defense of their actions. They are nine contestants, but only two have had the… Continue reading Uganda Election: The world excited As Bobi Holds-on.
Unlike what we usually see; Uganda Presidential Candidates: They have something in common. They are from different camps. Stand for different values and beliefs from different backgrounds but never the less they share something in common; their love for sports. We may know them for so many other different things from before but sports was… Continue reading Uganda Presidential Candidates: They have something in common.
When they find themselves in the midst of crisis and uncertainty, leaders should ask powerful and inspiring questions. Asking questions well can put you on the path to solving intractable problems and will also help you connect with others and, counterintuitively, to earn their trust. Those questions should be big in scope: What new opportunities… Continue reading Good Leadership Is About Asking Good Questions
The state department made the decision to close consulates prior to the revelation of the hacks WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has notified Congress that it intends to shutter the last two remaining U.S. consulates in Russia. The State Department told lawmakers last week that it would permanently close the consulate in the far eastern… Continue reading US says it is shuttering last 2 consulates in Russia
Trump to sign coronavirus vaccine executive order prioritizing Americans over foreign nations EXCLUSIVE: President Trump is expected to sign an executive order Tuesday that will ensure all Americans have access to the corona-virus vaccine before the U.S. government begins aiding nations around the world, Senior administration officials told Fox News Monday that the president will reemphasize… Continue reading America First: America to Prioritize it’s Citizens before Donating Corona Vaccine
Sweden’s Covid-19 experiment is over. After a late autumn surge in infections led to rising hospitalizations and deaths, the government has abandoned its attempt—unique among Western nations—to combat the pandemic through voluntary measures. Like other Europeans, Swedes are now heading into the winter facing restrictions ranging from a ban on large gatherings to curbs on… Continue reading “News Brief; Sweden Ends Corona Virus Experiment”
Is Africa overtaking the Middle East as the new jihadist battleground? Is the question to make rounds in the next couple of years as world leaders will be trying to forge away to end terrorism on the continent. About 300 British troops have arrived in the troubled West African state of Mali at a time… Continue reading Is Africa overtaking the Middle East as the new jihadist battleground?