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Francesco Acerbi Exits Italian National Squad Amid Racism Allegations

Inter Milan's Francesco Acerbi has exited the Italian national squad amidst allegations of racially charged language directed at Napoli's Juan Jesus during Sunday's clash. The incident unfolded during Inter Milan's 1-1 draw against Napoli in Serie A action, with video evidence capturing Jesus confronting the referee and pointing towards an individual, later identified as Acerbi. In an Instagram post on Monday, Jesus accused Acerbi of derogatory racial remarks, stating Acerbi had called him "Black." Acerbi refuted the claims, asserting his innocence and expressing regret for leaving the national team. However, Jesus countered Acerbi's denial, asserting that the defender had apologized on the field after using racially charged language. Acerbi's change of stance prompted Jesus to speak out again, affirming the validity of his initial accusation. Despite his denial, Acerbi was replaced by Gianluca Mancini in Italy’s squad. Serie A, Italy’s premi

IPOA Unveils 43 New Job Opportunities Across Diverse Fields

The Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) has introduced 43 new job vacancies aimed at reinforcing its commitment to ensuring transparency and accountability within Kenya's law enforcement entities. Established under Act No. 35 of 2011, IPOA functions as a state authority with a core mandate of promoting integrity within Kenya's policing institutions. By impartially investigating complaints against police officers, recommending disciplinary measures where appropriate, and advocating for systemic reforms, IPOA plays a pivotal role in upholding the standards of law enforcement accountability. The newly announced vacancies include a wide range of roles, from managerial and administrative positions to investigative and support functions. Among the prominent openings are the deputy director of human resource management and administration, senior assistant directors in finance, human resource management, and inspections, along with various assistant director roles across di

Al-Nassr: Cristiano Ronaldo Faces Suspension and Fine for Obscene Gesture

Al-Nassr forward Cristiano Ronaldo has landed in hot water with the Saudi Football Association after an incident during a recent match. The superstar reacted to chants for his rival Lionel Messi by making an inappropriate gesture towards the opposing fans. During Sunday night's Saudi Pro League clash against Al-Shabab, Ronaldo found himself the target of chants in support of Messi. Despite scoring a goal in his team's 3-2 victory, Ronaldo responded to the taunts by gesturing towards his crotch, sparking immediate criticism. Reports from Saudi media suggest that Ronaldo has been handed a two-match suspension and an undisclosed fine as punishment for his actions. While the financial penalty may not dent his hefty salary, the ban means he'll miss upcoming important fixtures, including Thursday's game against Al-Hazm and possibly the AFC Champions League quarter-final. This isn't the first time Ronaldo has been embroiled in controversy over such gestures, having a

Maturity! Zari and Tanasha Donna Party Together in Uganda

Ugandan reality star Zari Hassan and Kenyan singer Tanasha Donna, both moms to Diamond's kids, brought the fun to Zari’s All White Party in Kampala, Uganda. The recent meetup between contradicts earlier rumors of bad blood following a 2019 incident where Zari subtly shaded Diamond and Tanasha’s relationship. However, it seems like all that is in the past now. Zari and Tanasha’s friendly interaction throughout the event suggested that any previous issues might have been resolved. The paparazzi caught them laughing and enjoying each other's company, dismissing the rumors of animosity or tension between them. This spoke volumes about their maturity. Both ladies demonstrated that they could put aside differences for their children and show respect. Interestingly, this reunion comes a couple of weeks after their children Tiffah, Nillan and Naseeb Junior met for the first time in Tanzania. Soon after, the toddlers, along with their dad, hopped on a private jet to Rwanda, where

Photos of Zari, Zuchu, Diamond and Shakib Hanging out Together

Reality star Zari Hassan, renowned for her glamour and high-profile connections, dropped a bombshell on her Snapchat last evening. In a series of videos, she showcased an unexpected hangout session with none other than Tanzanian songstress Zuchu, who happens to be the current flame of her baby daddy, Diamond. The clips captured a cheerful ambiance, with Zari and Zuchu sharing laughter and  warm embraces. They seemed to be having a great time, creating an unexpected buzz among their followers. What caught the attention of many was their friendly behavior towards each other, debunking any speculation of rivalry or tension. Adding more spice to the surprise, Zari and Zuchu playfully called out their respective partners, Diamond and Shakib, who were engrossed in a conversation on the couch. This playful interaction between the ladies and their significant others showcases a different dynamic in Zari and Diamond’s co-parenting relationship.   This unexpected hangout has also sparke

How To Check The 2023 KCPE Results On Your Phone

The 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results have been announced by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu. Over 1.4 million candidates sat for the exams, including approximately 1.2 million for the KPSEA (Grade 6) between October 30 and November 1, marking the transition from the 8-4-4 education system in primary schools. To access their results, candidates can use their phones to send their index number followed by the word 'KCPE' to the code 40054. Each SMS will incur a charge of Ksh. 25. For example, if a candidate's index number is 123456789, they would send '123456789KCPE' to 40054. Among the candidates, 8,523 scored above 400 marks, while 352,782 achieved marks between 300 and 399. The largest bracket, with 658,278 candidates, falls within the 200-299 mark range, while 38,3025 candidates scored between 100 and 199 marks. Those with less than 99 marks amounted to 2,060. School headteachers can obtain the KCPE results from sub-county educ