Rashidi Yekini speaks from beyond
I had an unusual conversation with Rashidi Yekini last Wednesday in my office in Yaba, Lagos.
My adventure into world of sports media
I have an uncommon relationship with the sports media.I must tell the story again for the benefit of thousands of young Nigerian boys and girls in school (or even out of school) that may be interested in having a go in the profession.
Super Eagles – The black man’s burden, responsibility and hope
I am not racist in any form or shape. There isn’t even an atom of it in my DNA.
The man who named me ‘Mathematical’, Ernest Okonkwo
For some reason his name is ringing again in the information superhighway. On a few platforms in social media, I have been reading tons of comments by Nigerians.
Super Eagles cannot be stopped now
It has become a four-yearly ritual. With five countries representing the continent, a far cry from the days when Africa had a sole representative, it has become increasingly unacceptable that Nigeria is not one of the five.
Looking at Nigerian politics through sports
I am not a politician. I have never been. But one cannot be alive in Nigeria today and not be politically involved, either as an activist or a victim, in the political theatrics ongoing in the country.
Neglecting sports – A time bomb
I can imagine what bringing all these people together, adding their offerings to those of their counterparts here in Nigeria to confront the present situation in Nigerian sports that has been invaded by ‘pirates’ and the birthrights of authentic sports persons taken away from them.
SOCA – The school of sports excellence
Two very significant things happened in my life in the year 2005.