Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has revealed his opinion during the post match interview tonight.

The former England midfielder disclosed that the team is still lacking plenty of improvement.

Lampard complained of fatigue and lack of training as an issue “in recent days”.

He says,

We showed a lot of good stuff’ tonight at a tough place to come. He stresses there is plenty of improvement to come from his team, particularly with fatigue and lack of training an issue in recent days.

Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard

He added, that he was really pleased with Timo Werner’s performance, notably his speed and quality. He pinpoints his movement as being key to tonight’s victory.

Furthermore, Lampard added that Werner got a dead leg in the penalty incident, but should be fine for next week. He adds Christian Pulisic had a bit of discomfort in the last few days and his progress will be monitored in the coming days.

Chelsea has started the Premier League 2020/2021 season with a 3-1 win against Brighton and Hove Albion.

The goals from Jorginho, Reece James and Kurt Zouma sealed the 3-point for the Blues during the season opening match.

New signing, Timo Werner played an amazing game and won the penalty which was later converted to goal in the first half.

Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu along with the Honorable Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Amaechi currently at Oshodi-Arena section where the train accident occurred this morning.

The duo also paid an inspection visit to the Ebute Metta Train Station.

The Train Station when completed, will be a one-stop center for so many things.

Watch video below…

President Muhammadu Buhari today met with Lai Mohammed, alongside with the Minister of Information and Culture, and the Minister for Water Resources at the State House in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

The trio presented a framed image of the popular Argungu Fishing Festival to Buhari after the briefing.

This was made known in a tweet by the Nigeria Government

President @MBuhari met with the Minister of @FMICNigeria, Lai Mohammed and Minister @FMWRNigeria, Suleiman Adamu as he receives a framed image of the Popular Argungu Fishing Festival during the briefing from the Minister of @FMICNigeria at the State House, Abuja.

@NigeriaGov

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Saturday, September 12

FT Fulham 0 – 3 Arsenal
Postp. Burnley Manchester United
FT Crystal Palace 1 – 0 Southampton
Postp. Manchester City Aston Villa
FT Liverpool 4 – 3 Leeds United
FT West Ham United 0 – 2 Newcastle United

Sunday, September 13

FT West Bromwich Albion 0 – 3 Leicester City
FT Tottenham Hotspur 0 – 1 Everton

Monday, September 14

FT Sheffield United 0 – 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers
FT Brighton & Hove Albion 1 – 3 Chelsea

Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU; Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, SSANU and those of the Non-Academic Staff Union, NASU on Monday shut down the main campus of the Lagos State University, LASU, Ojo over the inability of the Lagos State government to pay them the N30,000 monthly minimum wage.

This shut down denied the Vice Chancellor, Prof Olanrewaju Fagbohun, SAN, workers and the students entry into the institution premises, who were hoping to resume normal academic activities after closure for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The workers failed to accept the plead of the Vice Chancellor.

According to report reaching TPN, the protest was as a result of the failure to fulfill the promise made by the Lagos State Government on increment in salaries.

It was also gathered that the promise has been made over a year ago.

Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced September 14 as the resumption date for tertiary institutions.

The Aviation unions has shut down Arik Air operations over alleged failure to pay seven months’ salary arrears of workers and other anti-labour practice.

The reason behind failure for the airline to pay the workers arrears salary is yet to be known.

More details to follow soon…

Arsenal FC forward Alexandre Lacazette has made it into the Premier League history (record) after scoring the first goal of the season twice.

Lacazette achieved this after scoring the first goal against Leicester City three years ago and also against Fulham this season.

He sees the back of the net on the ninth minutes into the kick-off against Fulham in the Saturday lunchtime at the Craven Cottage.

Lagos Waste Management Authority, LAWMA, has pledged to provide technical support to Kogi State, in its efforts to establish a robust waste management system in the state.

The agency Managing Director/CEO, Ibrahim Odumboni, gave the assurance while receiving the Kogi State Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Hon. Victor Adewale Omofaiye and his team, who came on a fact-finding visit to LAWMA and its waste management facilities.

Odumboni expressed LAWMA’s readiness to support efforts of Kogi State to set up a proper waste management structure in the state, for positive impact on the environment, the people and visitors.

The LAWMA boss noted that the visit offered an opportunity for them to witness the waste management processes and innovative ideas being adopted by the Authority, to tackle day-to-day challenges of waste management in the state.

He further informed the visiting team that the Authority would soon launch an educational initiative called “LAWMA Academy”, with the sole purpose of imparting waste management knowledge to the younger generation, advising the visitors to explore the idea of setting up recycling clubs in schools and similar programs, to lay a solid foundation for waste management in their state.

Also speaking, the Kogi State Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Hon. Victor Adewale Omofaiye, thanked the Authority for a warm reception, noting that the purpose of their visit was to tap into LAWMA’s vast experience, which had made it a global brand.

Hon. Omafaiye noted that the environment was a gift from God, which required collective preservation, adding that the level of achievement attained by Lagos State in environmental sustainability did not just happen overnight, hence their visit to discover the secrets.

While addressing the team, the Chief Technical Officer of LAWMA, Dr. Olohunwa Tijani, listed generation, collection and disposal as the key components of waste management process in any geographical location, stressing that proper management of those components were essential to having an effective waste management system.

He added that, to achieve their goal of a cleaner and healthier state, the waste management system should be purpose-driven and devoid of political interference.

LAWMA’s Assistant General Manager, Waste Management Development, Dr. Essien Nsuabia, spoke on waste minimization techniques, highlighting the importance of studying human activities in a particular geographical location, for the formation of effective waste management plans and policies. He shared his experience as part of the LAWMA team sent to Sierra Leone, to help establish a solid waste structure for the country.

The team, in the course of their visit, embarked on a tour of some of the Authority’s facilities such as the engineering section, where LAWMA engineers fabricate double dino bins for waste containerization, Olusosun dumpsite, and others, for first-hand assessment.