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Buhari’s Nigeria: One day, many troubles

Buhari’s Nigeria: One day, many troubles
Sports Flakes: SUPER EAGLES AND THEIR BAD LUCK JERSEY

SPORTS FLAKES: DAY LAGOS PLAYED AGAINST NIGERIA

Miracle makers Flying Eagles, got giggling just before their Saudi '89 semi finals game with the United States in Jeddah. Wearing jersey number 11 for the opposition was a player known as Gerard Lagos....

Imo: A Word For Okorocha’s Kids

I don’t know how many kids the former governor of Imo State, now the Senator representing Imo West senatorial zone at the NASS, Rochas Okorocha, and his wife, Nkechi, have. But I have met...

A ‘Bow and Go’ Senate

Senate President Ahmed Lawan repeatedly assured a fearful nation that he would not make a rubber stamp of our country's Senate if elected its president. Did he check the dictionary meaning of 'rubber stamp'...
SPORTS FLAKES: GREAT GOALKEEPERS FROM PITAKWA

SPORTS FLAKES: GREAT GOALKEEPERS FROM PITAKWA

The world is still celebrating the heroics of Super Falcons debutant, Chiamaka Cynthia Nnadozie, who made history Wednesday in the 2-0 victory over North Korea in the France 2019 FIFA Women's World...
SPORTS FLAKES: TALE OF TWO GODWIN S

SPORTS FLAKES: TALE OF TWO GODWINS

Two captains stood out in Nigerian football just one year after the end of the Civil War. Godwin Achebe and Godwin Ogbueze were from the East Central State, still it was difficult to believe...
SPORTS FLAKES: BIAFRAN BOYS PLAYING FOR NIGERIA

SPORTS FLAKES: BIAFRAN BOYS PLAYING FOR NIGERIA

Football made a lot of difference during the Nigerian Civil War. While Biafra had no active national team, some names that were qualified to be fighting wearing the Sun badge turned up doing battle...
SPORTS FLAKES: OF SPARTANS AND TROJANS

SPORTS FLAKES: OF SPARTANS AND TROJANS

This is not Greek History, we are discussing Nigerian football, which drew quite some historical names between 1973 and 1986. East Central State Spartans came in 1973, won the National Sports Festival gold twice...
SPORTS FLAKES: WHAT COWS DID TO DOSU

SPORTS FLAKES: WHAT COWS DID TO DOSU

Cows deserve more than passing comments in the Nigerian narrative. Professor John Peeper Clark realized this early enough and penned a poem 'Fulani Cattle' before we all began to see herdsmen wielding AK-47 rifles....
SPORTS FLAKES: GOWON: KNOCKED OUT IN KAMPALA

SPORTS FLAKES: GOWON: KNOCKED OUT IN KAMPALA

General Yakubu Gowon was a good boxer during his cadet days in Anzio Company, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, United Kingdom from May 1955 to December 1956. He took part in different competitions while undergoing...
SPORTS FLAKES: PLEASE, GHANA MUST NOT GO

SPORTS FLAKES: PLEASE, GHANA MUST NOT GO

Some Nigerians did not know that before a compatriot ever became Chairman of the Nigeria Football Association, Pius Quist, a Ghanaian, was there. It was during the colonial era. However, that trend still goes...
SPORTS FLAKES: WHEN SUPPORTERS CLUB BACKED MOROCCO

SPORTS FLAKES: WHEN SUPPORTERS CLUB BACKED MOROCCO

Red Atlas Lions of Morocco won the Africa Nations Cup for the very first time in 1976. The Green Eagles were there in Ethiopia after a dismal debut at Ghana '63 and smiled back...
SPORTS FLAKES: STELLA WAS INDEED A MAN

SPORTS FLAKES: STELLA WAS INDEED A MAN

She was born in Poland as Stanislawa Walasiewicz, After four months, her parents relocated to the United States and she changed name to Stella Walsh. The identity crisis continued even in death. In July 1911,...

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