Ronaldo saves Portugal despite stiff competition

The Portugal Captain Cristiano Ronaldo has managed to prevent his nation from being defeated in a match by Morocco.

Morocco had so many chances which made it difficult for Portugal to score again after Ronaldo’s goal.

Meanwhile, Portugal has 4 goals at the tournament while Morocco has become the first country to exit the World Cup tournament.

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Football fans mock Nigeria following Croatia ‘s win

By Tafadzwa Hove

Football fans from all over Africa have mocked Super Eagles, the Nigerian football national team after its defeat from Croatia at the 2018 soccer world Cup in Russia.

They have taken to social media circles of Twitter and Facebook to mimic Nigeria after its 2-0 loss from Croatia.

Some have said that from the beginning they wanted Nigeria to lose in the world cup because they talk too much and they have a lot of pride.

Some have also said that there was nothing disappointing in the fact that Nigeria lost to Croatia because Nigeria is a bad team that only got a chance of qualifying for the world cup as a result of corrupt referees.

They further emphasised on the fact that some African countries such as Ghana and Zambia could have done better than Nigeria and even trolled Nigeria to the extent of referring to, ‘Super Eagles’ as ‘Super Chickens’.

More so, the fact that Nigeria lost to Croatia didn’t stop the african football fans to heap praises on Croatia.

Form 1 pupil calls for wheelchair aid

By Tafadzwa Hove

Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) online today published a touching story of a pupil who is appealing for a wheelchair.

A form 1 student, Kudakwashe Masunda who enrols at Rafamoyo Secondary school in Gutu which is located in Masvingo Province is disabled and is currently being pushed to school by his sister in a wheelbarrow.

Prophet TB Joshua shares a stimulating message as he celebrates his 55th birthday

Renowned Nigerian Prophet and televangelist, TB Joshua delivered an inspirational message today with the congregation at his church, the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, Nigeria as a way of celebrating his 55th birthday.

Talking about his early days he started by saying, “The more I prayed, the less people saw me and the more isolated I became… people complained that I was not social and civilized enough like them”.

The man of God advised the congregants that B Joshua Ministries Whatever situation one may be going through now – it may not be found tomorrow because it is a mere preparation for his or her future.

He further said that,”My late mother always advised me to look into my love walk. She never failed to call us for prayer before going to bed.”

TB Joshua also said “I was the smallest at school but I always led prayer. My classmates and teacher would always call me, ‘small pastor’.”

He also further emphasized that the record he was going to show congregants and viewers of Emmanuel TV all over the world was not meant to say he has arrived but to encourage the weak, those without fast legs, those without hope that there is hope; Jesus is the hope.