Nigerian International, Victor Osimhen is currently proving that he's one of the best centre forwards in the world. The 22 year-old has had a bright start to the season in the Italian Serie A, as we got to see him in action tonight bagging a brace to inspire Napoli to an emphatic 4-0 win against Sampodria at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
Femi Adesina is a Nigerian Journalist who is currently serving as the Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari.He posted on his verified Facebook page " LESSONS FOR NIGERIA FROM EPL" Shehu Sani, who was a former senator, an author, human right activist took to his verified Twitter handle to reply Femi Adesina with the inscription " Dear Bro @FemAdesina ,watch Nigerian Premier League,make your examples with NPL and leave EPL".
Nigerians former Senator Shehu Sani's message to the special adviser of the federal republic of Nigeria has caused a lot of uproar from his Twitter followers some few minutes ago.The former senator in a post called out one of the special advisers of the President on media publicity to start devoting his time to watching the Nigerian Premier League instead of watching the English Premier League to be able to make reference to the Nigerian Premier League instead of using the English Premier League as examples.
The former senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Senator Shehu Sani has told the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, Femi Adesina, to watch the Nigerian Premier League, NPL and used it as an example instead of using the English Premier League, EPL.
The Nigeria's Assets Management Agency (AMCON) has taken over houses belonging to Senator Abdulfatai Buhari of Oyo North Senatorial District for failing to pay back his loan sum of N600 million. According the the agency, the lawmaker is unwilling to repay his loan and this has led to the seizure of his properties.
The Worst Jinx In Football That Remains Unbroken, Check Out The Club Side That Lost 10 Final Matches
One of the best clubs going by their never say die attitude, they have ten FA Cup final without a win.Of the ten, six was back to back.The club is Mighty Jets of Jos.
A viral video which showed a man dressed in a police uniform smoking shish in public has finally drawn the attention of Nigeria Police Force as they have commenced investigation into the matter. Recall that two days ago, a video made rounds on social media showing a middle aged man in the Nigerian police uniform smoking Shisha in an undisclosed location. Eyewitnesses who captured the embarrassing moment could be heard mocking the man in in pidgin English, saying “E no sabi smoke sef, E go kill himself o" The
Life they say is full with drama. Even in the footballing world we have loads of stuffs some people consider it to be weird but to others it isn't. This marriage storyline is about Luke Borean who plays as a goalkeeper for NPL side Queensland competition. He was supposed to marry his spouse Ellen but the arrangement was rescheduled due to the emergence of COVID-19 which changed a whole loads of footballing calendar across the globe. The summary is that the goalkeeper cameback from his wedding to play against
Nasarawa United started this season in the Nigeria Premier League well ans presently occupy the first position. They have played a total of seven fixtures out of the 38 fixtures they have. Rivers United are following closely with just a point difference and a game at hand. Rivers United would have climbed the table but lost the opportunity to Kano Pillars. When Kano Pillars lost, Nasarawa United had the chance of sitting comfortably with a 4 point difference but we're disappointed after losing their first match
The #EndSARS protest in Lagos State has become a dramatic scene as protesters roam around the streets of Lagos while seeking for a total end to the SARS unit of the Nigerian Police Force, NPL. Major roads in Lagos State were blocked by the massive protesters leading to hold ups and upset of human activities. In a video of the protest in Lagos, the Governor of Lagos State, Sanwo-Olu while trying to address the #EndSARS protesters was slammed by protesters. The Governor who tried to make the protesters calm down
The #EndSARS protests is still raging stronger by the day as Nigerians seems not to be satisfied with the Special Weapons And Tactics, SWAT formed by the federal government to replace the FSARS unit of the Nigerian Police Force. After the formation of the SWAT unit of the NPL, Nigerians are still seen in various states protesting for a full end to both the SWAT and FSARS unit while recollecting individual experience by the police and called on Government to put an end to police brutality. Not minding the occasional
What a black Sunday in Nigeria as another death has occurred in the Nigerian Premier League. Enugu Rangers striker Ifeanyi George lost his life this Sunday morning March 22, 2020 in an accident that took his life on the spot. It was gathered that Ifeanyi was returning back to Lagos where he is based with two other players yet to be known when the unforseen circumstance took their lives. Due to the widespread of Coronavirus in the world, the Nigeria Professional Football league postponed the league indefinit
This article presents proposals that have the potential to transform the nation's domestic football scene Over the years, since the first season of the Nigerian Premier League, we have seen growth over growth and development upon development. We have seen great times, times of tears of joy in the eyes of spectators; we have seen tense times of broken bottles, sporadic stone throws, and acclaimed poor officiating. We have seen it all! Amidst the high hopes of development, we still suffer challenges ranging f
Nigerian banks recuperated N39.4bn non-performing advances from its indebted individuals in the Data and Correspondences Innovation segment in one year. As of September 2019, the NPL in the ICT segment remained at N76.54bn as against N115.94bn in the relating time of 2018, an examination of insights from the National Department of Measurements has appeared. This figure speaks to 33.9 percent of the complete terrible obligations the ICT organizations owe Nigerian banks. In circumstances where the enthu