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Breaking: Wike extends lead in Rivers



Governor Nyesom Wike has widened his lead in the ongoing collation of governorship results in Rivers state.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has captured three more local governments, extending his lead to 11 councils declared so far.

His closest opponent Engr. Biokpomabo Awara of the African Action Congress (AAC) has managed to win just two councils in the resumed collation.

Find below the official results from INEC:

Tai LGA:

PDP=== 47, 652

AAC=== 540

Ahoada East LGA



Emohua LGA:

PDP=== 71, 522

AAC=== 2, 856

Etche LGA

AAC===7, 437

PDP 31,377

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Mane Triumphs Over Salah Penalties, As Senegal Win First-Ever 2021T Trophy



…Senegal celebrates, Egypt weeps

Battle of supremacy between Two Liverpool strikers on Sunday came to an end as Senegalese Sadio Mane’s triumphed over Pharaohs of Egypt  penalties 4-2 to win the first ever Africa Cup of Nation trophy at the Olembe stadium in Cameroon.

In a highly-anticipated AFCON final was headlined two Liverpool stars on either side of the pitch but Mane scraped past Salah in the encounter to emerged the winner.

An underwhelming AFCON came to a conclusion on Sunday Yaounde, Cameroon, with a excitements, fun and entertaining final for the most part.

Senegal who failed  to win the AFCON trophy in 2019 by bowing to Algeria 2-1 in Egypt leave no stone unturned to ensure it won their firs ever AFCON trophy after three final.

Epic final finished goalless after 120 minutes after Mane miss penalty in the first five minutes of encounter but it was Egypt who prevailed in the shootout.

Senegal and Egypt have clashed on 12 occasions across all competitions, the Pharaohs of Egypt have the upper hand when it comes to the head-to-head record – having won exactly half of the meetings.

Senegal’s celebrations at the end were epic final, with thousands of supporters making the trip across to Cameroon for the final.

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