Kida, Joe Apu get FIBA Zone Three appointments
Two Nigerians have been appointed by the FIBA Africa Zone 3 board to serve for the 2019 - 2023 term in office. Engr Musa Kida was nominated to serve in the capacity of the FIBA Africa Zone 3 Vice President
Beyond border closure and its discontents
The prolonged closure of Nigerian land borders has been generating more reactions from our neighbours and the citizenry. But beyond the age-old clampdown measures, it is high time the Federal Government shifted from undue rhetoric to action
Eagles beat Sparrow Hawks 2-0, out of Cameroon 2020
Despite their 2-0 defeat of the Sparrow Hawks of Togo, yesterday, at the Agege Stadium, Lagos State, the home-based Super Eagles, capped their woeful campaign with failure to qualify for the 2020 African Nations Championship (CHAN) slated for Cameroon.
Amid rhetoric, climate change bites harder
Climate change is moving faster than we are, and its speed has provoked a sonic boom SOS across our world, that was how the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres alerted world leaders to what awaits mankind if it fails to act fast at the recently ended United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
FG adopts indigenous technology in climate fight
The Federal Government plans to deploy indigenous technologies to tackle climate change in the country. The Director, Department of Climate Change, Federal Ministry of Environment, Dr. Peter Tarfa made this known at a two-day School of Ecology
Don’t blame CHAN Super Eagles for Togo defeat, Udeze tells Nigerians
Former Super Eagles defender, Ifeanyi Udeze believes that the home-based national team’s woeful performance against Sparrow Hawks of Togo in the Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier was as a result of the long break of the Nigerian league.
Togo stand between Nigeria and 2020 CHAN
The Home-based Eagles will have to beat Togo if they desired to play in another African Nations Championship (CHAN). The 2020 edition of the competition is scheduled to hold in Cameroun next year.
Pirates attack on Nigerian waters drop further
Nigerian waters are gradually becoming safer for vessels, as latest report by the International Maritime Bureau’s (IMB), reveals a downward trend in the spate of pirate attacks on the nation’s waters. This is coming few weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari signed into law the Suppression of Piracy and other Maritime Offences Bill. The law is…
The day I ‘met’ the Almighty in a bus at Aflao - Part I
Yes. This is not fake. It is not a fabrication. It is a tale of and from reality; a story of the day I ‘met’ with the Almighty in a bus at Aflao, Ghana; the story that mirrors subtle aspects of cultural differences among West Africans particularly Nigerians and Ghanaians. I am fascinated by this…