Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi says he hopes that his boys will bring to bear all they learnt in Brazil when they face the Elephants on Saturday. He said he hopes that the experience acquired by his players in the Fifa Confederations Cup would come handy in subsequent matches starting from Saturday’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier against Cote D’Ivoire in Kaduna.
Daily Archives: July 4, 2013
Looking at the apparent political indices and configuration in Oyo State, this question may be answered with a “yes”. What with the recent moves by the powerful duo of Accord Party (AP) national leader, Senator Rashidi Ladoja and former governor of the State Otunba Adebayo Alao Akala to team up towards 2015.
Mr. Uzochukwu Nduka, the Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director of Domino Information Company Limited (DICL), believes that the Nigerian market has the potential to lead the world in mobile money transfer but lamented that only 35 per cent of the citizens are aware of.
A prosecution witness in the ongoing probe into abuse of the Petroleum Support Fund of the Federal Government, Mr. Mohammed Adedapo, has told a Lagos High Court, sitting in Ikeja, how three oil marketers allegedly forged documents to perpetrate N1.1 billion.
Stakeholders in the maritime sector are now counting their losses as a result of the crippling effect of the three-day warning strike embarked upon by the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas workers (NUPENG), which ended yesterday.
Former Nigerian international, Samson Siasia, has hinged the elimination of the John Obuh-led Flying Eagles from the FIFA World Youth Championship (WYC) Tuesday night on several factors ranging from inadequate preparations, lack of defensive discipline and poor marksmanship.
For the umpteenth time, agents or representatives of the United States of America have continued to shun Nigeria. The act, this time, was carried out by the highest personality in America of today, President Barack Obama.
Recently at the National Arts Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos, Nigerian children from primary and secondary schools told the story of Nigeria’s 100 years of existence.
For pianist Babatunde Sosan, it was a unique day for piano recital “Romantic Classics” at the Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos. A recent attempt to relive the memories of his mentor and instructor, Raymond Banning, who passed on last year, paid off at the music home when he displayed an impeccable artistry with the white and black keys of the piano.