Tuesday, March 2

Tag: Viable

Ashley faces losing over £100M on Newcastle valuation
Sport

Ashley faces losing over £100M on Newcastle valuation

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is seeing his valuation of the club dramatically drop. That's according to football finance expert Kieran Maguire, whose advisory work on valuations for parties interested in buying clubs puts him in the unique position of speaking from experience. From £350m, it's now suggested Ashley will have to accept £240-250m to sell. Maguire told ChronicleLive: “Mike Ashley will have to accept that the value of the asset has gone down. The time for him to sell at a big profit has probably passed, either through his decision to drive a hard bargain or a lack of viable buyers. “It's obvious. We have a few listed clubs where we can actually see the difference: Juve and Manchester United. Now Manchester United's share price has fallen by a quarter. If they'...
Ibrahim Babangida Says Amotekun Not Viable, Advises South-west Governors
Politics

Ibrahim Babangida Says Amotekun Not Viable, Advises South-west Governors

Former military President, Ibrahim Babangida, has shared his view on Operation Amotekun recently launched by the South-West governors, stating that the move is not a viable one. Amotekun was set up by the governors to combat the security menace in the region. He highlighted some of the challenges facing the states and the need for the governors to adopt a more sustainable approach in addressing the security challenges. Speaking on Channels Television Newsnight, Mr. Babaginda the governors should have convinced the Federal Government to put up some part of the revenue for the purpose of curbing insecurity in the region. “It is not viable because they are quarreling with minimum pay, now they create another force that you must equip them, pay them salaries, and give them all ...
Lai Mohammed Says APC Will Win 2019 Elections Because There’s No Viable Opposition
Politics

Lai Mohammed Says APC Will Win 2019 Elections Because There’s No Viable Opposition

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, says the APC will win the 2019 election by a land slide because there is no visible opposition to challenge the party at the polls. Lai made his position known when he spoke with newsmen in Edo state yesterday September 8th. He said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), that would have provided a “kind of opposition” is in disarray. “We believe that the people will vote for performance and to that, we are very confident; the government has not stopped working. We will continue to work for Nigerians to see.  Basically, I don’t see any opposition from the PDP, it is a section of the media that has constituted itself the opposition party.” he said