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22 Jul
Tiger Woods, 46, has been the face of golf for years, with millions of fans and a legacy within the sport that is unrivalled, reports Christian Abbot of dailystar.co.uk.
2 Jul
Sports Minister, Sunday Dare, is sure of good outings for Team Nigeria at the Oregon 2022 World Athletics Championships in U.S. and the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England next month.
28 Jun
Sportsmen and women, who participated in the just-concluded Commonwealth Games and World Athletics Championships Trials, hosted by Edo State, have applauded the Governor Godwin Obaseki-led administration
14 Jun
The first batch of Nigeria’s contingent to Mauritius 2022 African Senior Athletics Championship returned to the country yesterday with Sports Minister, Sunday Dare, praising the athletes
14 Jun
Newsroom are increasingly experimenting with AI-powered automation to produce sports reports, financial updates and other data-based articles.
31 May
At the conception stage of the Sports University of Nigeria, Idumuje-Ugboko, the proprietor, Prince Ned Nwoko, exuded confidence that the fruition of the project would provide
22 May
In advancing its commitment to strengthening youth engagement, deepening sports development and promoting talents, Leadway, the foremost financial services provider
3 May
Former national tennis star, Godwin Kienka, believes his new book, Sports In Nigeria, Going Round In Circles, will address problems hampering the country’s growth in the sector.
Nigeria v Ghana match
14 Apr
The shocking ouster of the Super Eagles at the 2022 World Cup playoffs is a major letdown that reeks of the old maladministration of Nigerian football. It is disappointing
8 Apr
The Principal, Children’s International School (CIS), Lekki, Mr. Stewart King, has said allowing children to participate in sports will ensure their total upbringing and development.
5 Apr
Former Green Eagles winger, Adegoke Adelabu, has said that the Federal Government is yet to understand the power of sports hence the levity with which it treats the sector.
5 Apr
The immediate past chairman, of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos State Council, Dr Qassim Akinreti, has advised students of journalism to take advantage of the disruption

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21 mins ago
Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Kylian Mbappe grabbed plenty of the headlines as their countries sailed through the group stage of the World Cup, but many others have also risen to the occasion in Qatar. AFP Sport looks at five breakout stars from the first round of the tournament. Tyler Adams (USA) The Leeds midfielder…
47 mins ago
What is a Christmas tree or the entire decoration ambience without lighting? Some would say bareness while others would call it lifeless. And since Christ who is the reason for the season is the light of the world, there is no life in any decoration or celebration of Christmas without lighting.
48 mins ago
Gov. Muhammad Badaru of Jigawa has warned women in the state against being involved in Permanent Voter Card (PVC) racketeering. Badaru gave the warning on Friday while inaugurating the APC 2023 gubernatorial campaign in Jahun, headquarters of Jahun Local Government Area of the state. He advised the women to reject those requesting them to submit…
48 mins ago
Aminu Mohammed, a critic of Nigeria's first lady Aisha Buhari has regained his freedom. Mohammed, a final year student of Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa State in Northern Nigeria, was freed on Saturday after the police discontinued his trial. Mohammed tweeted in June that Aisha, President Muhammadu Buhari's wife, was feeding ‘fat’ on poor people’s money.…
1 hour ago
In announcing the third edition of the SBI Media Workshop, Rotimi Bankole, CEO of SBI Media and founder of the workshop, has revealed the organisers’ ambitions to reach up to two million young Nigerians in 2022. He made this known while emphasising the growing rate of unemployment in the country, and how the workshop is designed to inform and empower young professionals in the media industry.