‘Arsenal Forced Me To Step Down’- Arsene Wenger

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has admitted that the lack of “unity” among supporters was “hurtful” to watch and says fatigue did not motivate his decision to leave. Wenger, 68, announced on Friday that he will end his 22-year reign as Gunners boss at the end of the season, following years of protests calling for him to resign his post. In recent months, lots of the Arsenal fans have opted to stay away from home games, to show their discontent with the club’s lack of success on the pitch. When asked…

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Harvard University Uses Nigeria As A Case Study Of A Failed African Country

Nigeria has yet again been ‘disgraced’ internationally, following an assignment Harvard University gave to its students in which Nigeria was used as a case study of a failed African country. The question Harvard University gave its students reads; Africa is growing. Seven of the the ten fastest growing economies in the world are in Africa, and the continent’s largest economies are becoming less dependent on extractive commodities. The continent’s rising middle class has demonstrated a taste for consumer goods and technological innovation, and Africa’s population-currently more than a billion people-…

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