TVC E. Jose Mourinho will be named as Manchester United Manager on Thursday May the 25th after negotiating a £10m-a-year, three-year contract with the former Chelsea manager Jorge mendes.
Following two days of talks between United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and Jose Mourinho’s advisor, Jorge Mendes, the 53-year-old will be officially announced as Old Trafford’s third manager in three years on Thursday following the dismissal of Louis van Gaal in the wake of the club’s FA Cup success at the weekend.
Louis van Gaal’s time at Manchester United is over after the Dutchman was sacked after two underwhelming years at Old Trafford.
Jose Mourinho will also earn double the £5m-a-year salary paid to Van Gaal after being handed the challenge of restoring United to the summit of English and European football.
The Dutchman arrived at Old Trafford on Monday May the 23rd morning, where he discussed the situation with Ed Woodward and his departure...
TVC E - P-square's contract as ambassadors of Nigeria's biggest indigenous telecommunication company, Globacom, has not been renewed.
Mike Adenuga who recently renewed the contract of its ambassadors has decided to put a hold on Peter and Paul Okoye’s endorsement.
This means the duo may not remain as the company's ambassadors, immediately their current contract expires.
According to reports, the decision was made due to the show of shame that occurred between the company’s representatives and Peter, one half of the P-Square twins during the grand finale of the Dance with Peter talent hunt show.
GLO had defaulted on some of its promises made as the sole sponsor of the show and expressed dissatisfaction on how Peter overreacted by insulting them in the process.
It was gathered that when Mike Adenuga heard of the development, he gave the order that P-square can no longer be his company's ambassador.
TVC NEWS : Rotimi Amaechi, minister of transportation,expressed dissatisfaction with the operation of the agency and told the senate committee on marine transport on Tuesday that the university may be scrapped and that the Nigerian Maritime University project started by former President Goodluck Jonathan “is a waste of resources” and may be scrapped.
It has also threatened to scrap the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA).
The university was started by Jonathan to quicken the development of human capacity to take over the Cabotage trade “in the very near future”.
He also expressed dissatisfaction with the operation of the agency, saying NIMASA had nothing to show for the N63billion revenue it generated in the previous year.
He alleged that NIMASA outsourced its responsibility to Government Ekpemupolo, ex-militant leader better known as Tompolo.
“I don’t think we are proceeding with the university being proposed by NIMASA because it is a waste of resources, and unfortunately a...