1. Yisa Sofoluwe Yisa Sofoluwe was a Nigerian professional soccer player who last played for the Nigeria national team as a defender. During his professional football career, he won 40 caps and scored one goal for Nigeria, and was part of the Super Eagles team for the 1984 and 1988 African Nations Cups in Côte d’Ivoire and Morocco respectively.
Yakubu Ayegbeni is someone that most football fans in Nigeria will remember because of his contributions to the national team and also because of his famous miss at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. The ex-Nigerian striker retired from football in 2017, check out some of his most recent photos.
The former spokesperson to former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Reno Omokri has taken to social media to tackle President Muhammadu Buhari on his recent claims on National TV. Reno Omokri chides President Muhammadu Buhari for taken glory for the second Niger Bridge which was awarded by Goodluck Ebele Jonathan in 2014 to Julius Berger at the tune of N21.2 billion.
The massive improvement that Nigeria made when the Akwa-Ibom Stadium was completed should not be underestimated. It was a monumental achievement considering the level of stadiums in Nigeria before the Akwa-Ibom Stadium was completed. The stadium was constructed by Julius Berger construction company within 2 years (2012-2014).
Yakubu Ayebeni is a retired Nigerian Professional Soccer player and former Blackburn Rovers Striker. Yakubu was born on the 22nd of November 1982 in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. He made his debut with Julius Berger in 1997, before moving to Gil Vicente in Portugal.
1. Taribo West: Taribo West is a retired Nigerian footballer who played as a defender for clubs like Sharks, Enugu Rangers, Julius Berger, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Derby County, as well as the Nigeria national team. He was popular for the strange hairstyles he usually made.
Governor Nyesom Wike has announced a new flyover in Port Harcourt. He said this on a radio broadcast around the early hours of today. He said that the location for the new flyover is Ada George in Port Harcourt. He added that this is the ninth flyover built in Port Harcourt.
The Rivers state governor, His excellency Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, popularly called Mr project by Rivers people. Governor Wike started the Rumuola Flyover construction work in September, 2021. The Contractors (Julius Berger) has been working tirelessly 24/7 to deliver quality project that the construction company is known for.
Akwaibom state is said to be one of the fastest developing states in Nigeria owing to the infrastructural developments in the state. Since the return of democracy in 1999, The past and incumbent governors of the state have been working hard to develop the state by upgrading the it's landscape and to attract investors to invest in the state.
The Second Niger bridge had been a major project talked about by Nigerians especially those from the eastern part of the country, it's a Nigerian Federal Government project that is 1.6 kilometres long and furnished with other ancillary infrastructure including a 10.3 kilometres highway, Owerri interchange and a toll station all at Obosi city in Anambra state, expected to be completed in the year 2022.
Nigeria as a nation has produced a great number of football stars, both those who never played for the national team and those who played. The name Garba Lawal is a known name, many football lovers in Nigeria and beyond. Those who love watching the Super Eagles in the late 90s can relate well with the name Garba Lawal.
Popular Cleric, Arome Osayi, reveals how a little comfort almost cost him his spiritual life. Check Out What Apostle Arome Osayi said: "There was a time I visited my sister in Abuja. I had just finished my Youth Service in Kano. There were air conditioners all around her house and everything was comfortable.
Governor Wike yesterday, had said that he won't become a Governor who after his tenure will go begging anyone to come to fix his village road come 2023. The Governor made this bold statement at the flag-off of the construction of the Rumuepirikom Flyover, in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the state.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike has said the dualization of Ogbunabali road will bring development to the area. Governor Wike stated this at the flag-off of the construction work on the Ogbunabali Eastern bypass road project. He said full compensation has been paid to property owners in the areas marked for demolition and urged members in the community to co-operate with the company handling the project.
1. Mutiu Adepoju: Mutiu Adepoju is a retired Nigerian footballer, who played mainly as an attacking midfielder for various clubs including Shooting Stars, Julius Berger, Racing Santander, Real Sociedad and of course, Real Madrid Team B. Real Madrid signed him after his excellent display at the Saudi '89 tournament, to play for the club's Team B.
Ex Nigeria international and Al Shabab of Saudi Arabia striker, Odion Jude Ighalo, has expressed delight at the lofty developmental plans Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has for the popular Maracana football pitch in Ajegunle. In a post on his Instagram page on Saturday, the 32 years old stated that he was excited about the Governor's plans and work ongoing to improve the standard of living and infrastructures in the community noted for producing football talents for Nigeria.
Former Nigeria goalkeeoer, Dosu Joseph has reminisced on Nigeria winning gold in the men's football event of 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta 25 years ago. In a post on his Instagram page, the 48 years old who kept goal for Nigeria throughout their triumphant campaign, recalled how Nigeria made history as the first African country to achieve the feat by overcoming Argentina 3-2 in the final on 3 August 1996.
Uyo Stadium is a stadium in Uyo, Nigeria (Godswill Akpabio International Stadium) The Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, often known as the Uyo Stadium, is located in Uyo, the capital city of Akwa Ibom State. The stadium is perhaps Nigeria's best, and it has hosted the Nigerian Super Eagles on multiple occasions.
5. Gabriel Melkam Born in Lagos, the former Flying Eagles left back plied his trade for several German clubs including the likes of SG Wattenscheid, Karlsruher SC, Hansa Rostock and Sportfreunde Siegen before finally heading to Xiamen Lanshi. He also played for Changchun Yatai, Guangzhou Evergrande and Qingdao Jonoon.
Photo credit: citynews Following the heavy rainfall that Rivers state residents experienced for hours from Wednesday 2nd of September to Thursday 3rd of September. The heavy downpour lasted for hours. Meanwhile, the Rivers State Ethnic Youth Leaders Coalition (RSEYLC) has come out to cast blames on the road construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria PLC, for the notorious flood incidences experienced in some parts of the state following long of hours of heavy downpour since Wednesday, 2nd September, 2021.