Porbeni wants Edo 2020 Sports Festival postponed over insecurity
Former Nigerian jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Seigha Porbeni, says the current insecurity situation in Benin City, Edo State capital is unhealthy for athletes to compete in the fast-approaching 20th National Sports Festival.
Porbeni urges Nigerian male athletes to wake up, praises women stars
Former Nigerian jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Coach Seigha Porbeni says women athletes, who represented the country at the recently concluded African Games in Morocco, deserve praise for their effort, which resulted to the second position placed by Team Nigeria on the overall medals table.
Sports can solve Nigeria’s security problems, Porbeni tells Buhari
As President Muhammadu Buhari begins his second tenure as the commander-in-chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria today, former Nigerian jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Seigha Porbeni, says focus should be channeled on how to engage the youths, especially in the area of sports so as to reduce the level of insecurity in the nation. In…
Our trip to Abidjan was big sacrifice for Nigerian athletics, says Porbeni
A member of Team Nigeria’s contingent to the just concluded African U-18/ U-20 Athletics Championships in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, former jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Seigha Porbeni says the trip was a ‘big sacrifice’ to Nigerian athletics.
Abuja 2018 Sports Festival, worst ever, says Porbeni
Former Nigerian jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Seigha Porbeni says the just concluded 19th National Sports Festival in Abuja was the worst ever organized in the nation’s sports history.
Porbeni predicts worse returns for Nigerian athletics
Former Nigerian jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Coach Seigha Porbeni has predicted that the nation’s athletics will get messier in the coming days if the Presidency folds its hands and watches the Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung, ‘toy’ with the sports.
Don’t throw Nigerian sports into darkness, Porbeni tells Dalung
Former Nigerian jumper, hurdler and sprinter, Coach Seigha Porbeni has advised the Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung, to find a ‘softer’ way to actualise his dream of sanitizing the various sports federations so as not to throw the nation’s sports into darkness.