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Canada has become the first G7 country to completely legalize recreational weed. Well here’s some good news for those of you living North of the border.

 It was just announced on Tuesday that Canada has legalized recreational marijuana use after the country’s two legislative chambers approved the Cannabis Act.

 According to reports, the bill will allow anyone over the age of 18 to possess no more than 30 grams of marijuana. It also allows adults to sell cannabis as well as grow up to four plants in their home, making Canada the second country in the world after Uruguay to legalize recreational marijuana use, and the first G7 nation to do so.

 “We’ve just witnessed a historic vote for Canada. The end of 90 years of prohibition. Transformative social policy, I think. A brave move on the part of the government,” the bill’s sponsor Sen.

 Tony Dean told the CBC. “Now we can start to tackle some of the harms of cannabis. We can start to be proactive in public education. We’ll see the end of criminalization and we can start addressing Canada’s $7 billion illegal market.

These are good things for Canada.” It’s reported that Canada will go legal within 8-12 weeks allowing provinces, municipalities, law enforcement, and other entities to prepare for the new law.

 Now the real question remains when will the United States follow in suit? Hopefully sooner than later now.
Former Golden Eaglet Taiwo Awoniyi, 20, Gets Married

Former Nigerian youth international Taiwo Awoniyi wedded his partner Taiwo Jesudun in a white wedding ceremony in Ilorin on Saturday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

The couple have been together for some time before their engagement and traditional wedding in Kabba on Friday.

Chidera Ezeh, Godwin Saviour and other former Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles teammates of Awoniyi were some of the notable football stars that attended the wedding at the God’s Grace Foundation Church in Ilorin.


The 20-year-old who is on the books of Liverpool played for Royal Excel Mouscron in the Belgian Juliper League last season and scored 10 goals with seven assists in 31 games.

Awoniyi will be 21 in August.
Cristiano Ronaldo has now hit 84 international goals, taking him level with Europe's all-time top scorer Ferenc Puskás.


After scoring a hat-trick in Portugal's 3-3 draw against Spain at the FIFA World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo has matched Ferenc Puskás's record as Europe's all-time leading international marksman.

The Real Madrid forward moved above Japan's Kunishige Kamamoto (80) in the global rankings in March and is now tied for second with Puskás (84). Iran's Ali Daei (109) is the only player to have outscored him. The 33-year-old will overhaul Puskás as Europe's most prolific international forward if he scores again at the World Cup in Russia.


Europe's all-time top international goalscorers
Ferenc Puskás (Hungary & Spain) – 84 goals in 89 appearances
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 84 in 151
Sándor Kocsis (Hungary) – 75 in 68
Miroslav Klose (Germany) – 71 in 137
Gerd Müller (West Germany) – 68 in 62
Robbie Keane (Republic of Ireland) – 68 in 146
Zlatan Ibrahimović (Sweden) – 62 in 116
Imre Schlosser (Hungary) – 59 in 68
David Villa (Spain) – 59 in 98
Jan Koller (Czech Republic) – 55 in 91
Joachim Streich (East Germany) – 55 in 102
Wayne Rooney (England) – 53 in 119
Poul Nielsen (Denmark) – 52 in 38
Edin Džeko (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – 52 in 89
Jon Dahl Tomasson (Denmark) – 52 in 112
Thierry Henry (France) – 51 in 123
Robert Lewandowski (Poland) – 51 in 91
Hakan Sükür (Turkey) – 51 in 112
Lajos Tichy (Hungary) – 51 in 72
Robin van Persie (Netherlands) – 50 in 102


How Ronaldo's international goals have come

Home or away?
Thirty-nine of Ronaldo's strikes have come at home, 30 away and 15 at final tournaments.

Win, lose or draw?
Ronaldo has scored in 57 games, with Portugal going on to win 47 of them. They have drawn five and lost five.

One, two; a one, two, three, four

Ronaldo has hit five hat-tricks, plus one four-goal salvo. There have been 14 doubles, with the remaining 37 goals coming in the single file.

Favourite opponents
Five of Ronaldo's haul have come against each of Andorra, Armenia, Latvia and Sweden, with four apiece versus Estonia, Faroe Islands and the Netherlands. Spain were the 35th different side he has netted against though he has never struck against France, Germany, Italy or England.

Data correct as of 15 June 2018 
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The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved the payment of N500 million to the lawyers that worked for the recovery of N330billion fine from MTN Nigeria Limited.

The Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, said this while briefing State House correspondents on the outcome of the meeting.

He also stated that $320 million Abacha loot had been repatriated following an agreement President Muhammmadu Buhari reached with the Swiss goverment last year.

Malami said the Federal Goverment was also in the process of getting another $500m repatriated.
It all started like an Ordinary show now a global phenomenon, that has become nations pride, President gives millions to motivate their team to come home with Gold Trophy.  It inaugural edition was won by Uruguay in 1932, followed by the likes of Brazil, Germany, Spain, Italy and the rest.

FIFA World Cup has been a source of harmony amongst nations, it's one competition that has dealt so much with Racism and improved bilateral relationships between nations, so also has contributed immensely to world's economy.

Winning the world is an optimum goal of every footballer that's why a Pele would still be challenging Messi and Ronaldo, because this, none of them have been able to achieve. And the fact that the Event happens ones in 4years, made it a more to attain dream of soccer player, team and country.

$400 million is to be shared amongst participants of this year's World Cup in Russia, both winners and losers have a share but cut is based on performances, however the minimum amount is $1.5m.

Ceremony commences tonight while the Opening