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“I Want To Have Dinner With Messi!” – Cristiano Ronaldo

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World most rated footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo said he wants to have dinner with Barcelona forward, Lionel Messi. He disclosed in video captured with Messi.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi sat next to each other at the #UCLDraw, and the Juventus great revealed he wants to spend private time with the Argentine.

Watch video here👇

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  1. Saxon Matney

    November 6, 2018 at 12:21 pm

    How do I pay for this/how wilI I be paying for this?

    • Saxon Matney

      November 6, 2018 at 12:22 pm

      Pretty good one, nicely done! I’m giving it a try.

  2. Saxon Matney

    November 6, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    Good question. Any ideas about that? Because we didn’t figure it out yet 🙂

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Trump Cancels Automatic Citizenship For People Born Abroad

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Trump Cancels Automatic Citizenship For People Born Abroad

President of the United States (US), Donald Trump has yesterday cancelled automatic citizenship status for children of U.S citizens who were given birth to abroad.

To this effect, US citizen parents who are residing outside the country would have to apply for citizenship of the United States for their children after birth.

The new policy, was announced in a statement on US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.

According to a statement by the USCIS, the new immigration policy will take effect from October 29, 2019.

The USCIS said such parents have the option of completing the naturalization process for their children abroad before they turn 8 years.

According to them, any child whose naturalization processes was not initiated before age 8, may not be considered.

The USCIS also disclosed the policy does not exempt children of US military and US government employees stationed outside the country.

The statement reads…
“Effective October 29, 2019, children residing abroad with their U.S. citizen parents who are U.S. government employees or members of the U.S. armed forces stationed abroad are not considered to be residing in the United States for acquisition of citizenship.

“Similarly, leave taken in the United States while stationed abroad is not considered residing in the United States even if the person is staying in property he or she owns.

“Therefore, U.S. citizen parents who are residing outside the United States with children who are not U.S. citizens should apply for U.S. citizenship on behalf of their children under INA 322 8, and must complete the process before the child’s 18th birthday.

“The child of a member of the U.S. armed forces accompanying his or her parent abroad on official orders may be eligible to complete all aspects of the naturalization proceedings abroad. This includes interviews, filings, oaths, ceremonies, or other proceedings relating to naturalization.

“Applications filed on or after October 29, 2019 are subject to this policy. The policy in place before October 29, 2019 applies to applications filed before that date. Children who have already been recognized through the issuance of a Certificate of Citizenship as having acquired U.S. citizenship under INA 320 are not affected by this policy change”.

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FG Buys Calibration Aircraft Worth ₦3.1 Billion

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Fg Buys Calibration Aircraft Worth ₦3.1 Billion

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Thursday took delivery of a $8.5m (N3.1 Billion) calibration aircraft that will serve in the calibration of navigational aids across Nigerian airports.

According to the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, who tweeted the development via his official Twitter handle, the aircraft would help make Nigeria’s airspace safer.

He said :
“Just received new calibration aircraft for the country. (The) make is King Air 350i. Cost is $8.5m.

“The agony of contracting it to South Africa at about $500,000 (₦181.5 million) every six months is over. Our airspace is safer. Thanks Mr. President, we started and finished during your regime.”

The minister also added that :
“The purpose of this aircraft is to calibrate our equipment and aids in the country for the purpose of flight operations. We used to have one in Nigeria but for the last two decades, we never had one.”

Sirika said what informed the government to procure the aircraft was that when it was reconstructing the Abuja airport runway, there was the need recalibrate all the landing aids at the time, which was actually the requirement.

“This is to ensure they are working in perfect order,”

He, however, noted that at that time Nigeria did not have the capability as a country.

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Airtel Overtakes Globacom To Become Nigeria’s Second Largest Network

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Airtel Overtakes Globacom To Become Nigeria’s Second Largest Network(2)

In life, overtaking is allowed and it applies to every spheres of life. This time the telecommunications companies of Nigeria are not left with recent development of Airtel Nigeria now the second-largest telecommunications service provider in the country.

According to the July subscriber data released by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Airtel gained a total of 906,400 customers in July to become second.

Airtel currently has 123,327 subscribers more than Globacom that has occupied the position for years.

In total, there are now 174,668,626 active GSM lines in the country.

In the month under review, MTN gained 1,379 new subscribers with another 118,442 subscribers from Visafone, a CDMA network it acquired.

Globacom gained 118,087 new subscribers to reach a total of 46,713,068 GSM users while 9mobile was the only operator that lost subscribers.

It lost 225,283 subscribers, dropping to 15,739,967 mobile users.

In terms of market share, MTN retains the largest share of the market at 37.43% with Airtel at 26.81%.

Globacom holds 26.74% share of the market while 9mobile holds 9.01%.

Airtel Overtakes Globacom To Become Nigeria’s Second Largest Network

Airtel Overtakes Globacom To Become Nigeria’s Second Largest Network

The total number of subscribers on the two Voice over Internet Protocol networks (VoIP) increased from 165,333 users in June to 172,111 active users in July.

Smile Communications network added 6,543 users to stand at 167,555 customers while Ntel added 235 users to stand at 4,556 subscribers.

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