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  1. ISIS fanatics have targeted Lionel Messi in their latest propaganda poster promoting terror attacks at the Russia World Cup this summer. The photoshopped image shows the Barcelona and Argentina star on his knees wearing an orange Guantanamo Bay-style jumpsuit, often seen worn by victims in the terrorists’ execution videos. Messi is depicted on his knees inside Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium – venue for the World Cup final – with a masked jihadi to his left and the threat ‘so strike them upon the necks and strike from them every fingertips’ emblazoned above them. The official logo for the tournament has been altered to make it look like the world cup and the number eight in 2018 has been damaged. Sticks of dynamite can also be seen resting up against the halfway-line flag in the picture as the jihadi holds Messi’s hair with one hand and gestures with his other hand. It’s not the first time the five-time world footballer of the year has been targeted by ISIS. In October another poster emerged showing the Barcelona star behind bars in an attempt by terror fanatics to spread fear ahead of the the tournament in Russia. It came after another chilling poster showed a terrorist armed with a gun and explosives near a football stadium in Russia along with the words: ‘I swear that the Mujahideen’s fire will burn you… just you wait’. According to SITE, which monitors terror activity, pro-ISIS group the Wafa’ Media Foundation, published the World Cup warning in the wake of another recent threat.
  2. Barcelona star has hinted this may be his last chance at the World Cup tourney if Argentina win it or not. The Barcelona forward lost in three straight finals — two Copa Americas and the 2014 World Cup — in a three-year span and has not won a trophy with the senior team. Messi’s hat trick at Ecuador in the Albiceleste’s 3-1 win in their final qualifier in October earned his country a spot in this summer’s World Cup and again underlined the player’s importance to his national side. “It’s just the feeling that this group of players has. It seems that having reached three straight finals didn’t mean anything. Obviously, we depend on results and unfortunately, we reached three finals and we didn’t win them. “A lot was said about us. The criticisms hurt back then. But the demand is going to be there for this group to get it done. We think that if we don’t do it, we are going to get a lot more [criticism] and we are not going to have another possibility
  3. Former Chelsea and Brazilian International Oscar have declared his lack of interest in going to the World Cup, stating his preference for playing in China. He said “I don’t care if I go to the World Cup or no, I’m only criticized for coming to China, I personally think of my family, and my future. I don’t want to get poor when I am old and live on memories that I played in the World Cup.” He currently plays for Shanghai SIPG in China.
  4. Lady comes hard on Davido’s baby-mama, Sophia Momodu over her pool-side photos. According to the Lady, Sophie is a Mum and needs to be a good example to her baby. She further advised her to dress well as many other ladies looks up to her. See what the Lady posted on Sophie’s Instagram page below:-
  5. Men usually dominate when it comes to wealth, and although they still score the top 10 spots on Forbes’ richest people in the world list, women are slowly but surely gaining on them. An all-time high of 256 women made the 2018 Forbes World’s Billionaires rankings. Forbes reported the ladies’ collective net worth reached over $1 trillion, which is roughly N360 trillion, that’s more than enough money to finance the budget of a lot of countries. These women who have topped the list are business women, billionaire heiress’, entrepreneurs and all-round goal oriented. 1. Alice Walton Alice Walton, the richest woman in the world. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons Alice Walton scored the number one spot as the richest woman in 2018 and the overall 16th place on the list of Billionaires in the world. Walton has an estimated net worth of N16.5 trillion. Her wealth is largely accumulated through her shares in Walmart, which was founded by her father, Sam Walton. 2. Francoise Bettencourt Meyer Francoise Bettencourt Meyer inherited shares in L’oreal when her mother died at age 94. Photo credit: Getty images Meyer has a N15.1 trillion net worth all thanks to her 33% shares in the cosmetics giant L’oreal, making her the second richest woman in 2018. Klatten is the third richest woman in the world after she inherited shares in BMW. Photo credit: Getty Images Klatten comes in at number three with a net worth of N9 trillion due to her inherited stakes in BMW. 4. Jacqueline Mars Mars made her N8.2 trillion with her stakes in the American candy company named “Mars”. Her grandfather was one of the founders of the candy company. Jacqueline Mars is the granddaughter of Frank C. Mars, founder of the American candy company Mars, Incorporated. Photo credit: Getty Images 5. Yang Huiyan The Chinese property developer comes in at number five on the list of richest women in the world this year. Huiyan has an estimated net worth N7.8 trillion, making her the richest woman in Asia. The 36-year-old is the youngest billionaire in the top 5 list of richest women in the world. Photo credit: Investors king
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  7. The Draw For The 2018 FIFA World Cup slated for Russia is OUT! See The Groups Below: Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay Group B: Portugal, Spain, Morroco, Iran Group C: France, Australia , Peru, Denmark Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, Korea Republic Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England Group H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan

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