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Sylvinho Sacked By Lyon After One Only Win In Nine Matches

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The French football club, Lyon, has announced that head coach Sylvinho has been sacked after a run of only one win in nine matches in all competitions.

The former Arsenal and Barcelona full-back was appointed as Bruno Genesio‘s replacement in May, but the 45-year-old Brazilian has now paid the price for their dip in form which has seen the club fallen to 14th position.

The decision to sack Sylvinho came after Lyon conceded a 90th-minute goal to lose 1-0 to rivals Saint-Etienne on Sunday, despite club’s surprise 2-0 Champions League victory against  RB Leipzig on Wednesday.

Lyon confirmed assistant coach Gerald Baticle will take temporary charge of the first team.

“OL have decided to implement a procedure which can lead to the termination of the contract of Sylvio Mendes Campo Junior (Sylvinho),” read a Lyon statement.

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White Man Shares Story Of Being Arrested Together With George Floyd

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The death of George Floyd has made many around the World to fight against racism.

In a new tweet from a white man, he revealed how he and the late George Floyd were both arrested and what transpired.

See his tweet below.

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Waving Of Handkerchiefs In Churches Is Now Prohibited : Religious Minister

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Hon. Kofi Dzamesi who is the Minister of Religious Affairs has announced that waving on handkerchiefs in churches will be prohibited when churches resume on Sunday.

His comment comes after President Akufo-Addo review measures he had adopted to ease the ban on social gatherings which were imposed as part of measures to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 in Ghana.

The President in his recent address revealed: “Twenty-five per cent (25%) attendance, with a maximum number of one hundred (100) congregants, can worship at a time in church or at the mosque, with a mandatory one-metre rule of social distancing between congregants.”

But the Minister of Religious Affairs at the Ministry of Information press briefing on Monday [May 1] stated that Churches across the Country must not engage in crowd dancing and waving of handkerchiefs.

He went on and added that pre-packaged communion products and offering bowls (containers) must be made available at the entrance of Churches during service and the Churches must discourage group dancing, shouting, sharing of pens or items, and also disinfect microphones immediately after use by an individual.

Hon. Kofi Dzamezi warned that individuals, Churches and institutions that fail to comply with the directives will be appropriately dealt with and have their outfits being closed down.

He instructed that Churches should register with the Registrar General to aid easy tracing and also monitoring.

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Alleged Rapist Confesses How He Rapes Lady

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A Nigerian man identified as Ogimex Aka Obonblingz has confessed how he used to rape ladies narrating what happened and made him stop.

The young man revealed he was young at that time and one day, what he went through after trying to rape some two ladies made him rescind his decision about raping people.

He said this while reacting to the death of Uwa Vera Omozuwa, the first-year UNIBEN student.

The lady was murdered after she was raped by unknown assailants and this young man in his reaction indicated that he used to rape women who refuse to have sex with him when he was much younger.

Read what made him stop in the screenshot below.

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