Nigerian cricket rides on new wave of optimism
There is a new wave of optimism blowing around the members of the Nigerian cricket family. The country is not among the top nations in the world game. Those are the ones currently preparing for the 2019 World Cup...
NCF plans cricket outreach for North East
ICC World Cup trophy berths in Nigeria next week In continuation of its efforts to ensure that cricket enjoys better patronage among the country’s youths, the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) has concluded plans to take the sport to the Internally-Displaced Peoples’ (IDP) camps in the nation’s North East. The idea, according to the NCF, is…
NCF, Ogun government train Park Rangers
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) and the Ogun State Ministry of Forestry will organise a field training and orientation programme for newly recruited Park Rangers in the state. The seven-day training begins at Omo Forest Reserve, Area J4, Ogun State on Sunday. NCF has engaged Mr. Blessingtone Chando Maghanga from the Kenya Forest Service to…
Nigeria records four-wicket victory over visiting Rwanda in Abuja
The first leg of the bilateral international series between Nigeria and Rwanda got off to a glorious start for the country at the weekend at the newly constructed turf pitch in Abuja. Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) President, Professor Yahaya Adam Ukwenya had said in his opening remark that the friendly tie would do a…
NCF picks 14 for ICC U-19 World Cup Africa division two qualifier
The Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) yesterday released names of the 14 players that will represent the country at the ICC U-19 World Cup Africa Division Two qualifier billed to hold in Namibia from March 13 to 24, 2019. The competition will feature Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and Namibia, all vying for a place…
NCF seeks stakeholders’ support for green recovery
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has tasked stakeholders in the sector to work together to recover the nation’s forest potential.
Lake Chad: Buhari urges developed countries to do needful
President Muhammadu Buhari says his administration will continue to keep the issue of reviving the Lake Chad on the front burner and exert more commitment from the developed countries to do the needful.
Asiodu, others canvass sanctions for environmental pollution
The President, Board of Trustees, Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Chief Philip Asiodu, yesterday, asked government to prioritise sanctions as a means for controlling environmental pollution.
NCF appoints new council members
The Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has appointed Ayoola Onajide and Mrs. Onari Duke as members of the National Executive Council.