It is a joyful day in the Amokachi household as his twin Sons are celebrating their 25th birthday. Daniel Amokachi shared this happy moment with his fans via his official Instagram account where he wished them a happy birthday. He wrote: "IT'S 360 DEGREES AGAIN HBD TO Kalim Amokachi and nazamo11 IT'S JUST LIKE YESTERDAY, HOW TIME FLIES... MAY OUR GOOD LORD BLESS U GUY'S WITH YOUR HEART DESIRES ON THIS SPECIAL DAY MY CHILDREN AND MANY MORE YEARS AHEAD".
Nigeria as a country has been blessed with top players over the years.Nigerian football would not be at the height it is today if not for the hardwork of men like Daniel Amokachi.
Nigerian is blessed with so many legendary football player who have won so many great awards for themselves and they can't be easily forgotten because of their good legacy they have left behind. Daniel Owefin Amokachi is a professional football player that has represented this country in different parts of this world.This great man hails from Kaduna and was born on December 30th in 1972.
The reason people anticipate their birthdays is because they know they will be treated specially on that day. Birthdays are for fun, it is a time to be grateful to God, it is a time to reflect on life and to party. Even though friends, colleagues, and fans will come together to celebrate the celebrant, how fathers celebrate their children on their birthdays are important because fathers hold a special place in the hearts of their children.
Daniel Amokachi is a very skillful Nigerian football player, who is commonly known as Striker, this talented footballer has won so many great awards for himself. This great footballer is also blessed with a beautiful wife and children who are making him proud. Daniel Amokachi got married to his wife named Nadia who hails from Tunisian in 1995 and their union is blessed with two sons and a daughter called Raya.
The name Daniel Amokachi would definitely ring a bell in the ears of Many Nigerians.Daniel Amokachi is a man loved by Many across Nigeria and the world at large.Amokachi could be said to be one of the best footballers that Nigeria has produced over the years.
The most unexpected things often seem to be in the middle of nowhere, humans have left their mark in isolated places assuming no one will ever see them again until now,from large metal balls,giant hands,water falls where you might least expect it here are twelve strange things found in the
Super Eagles striker Anayo Iwuala joined Esperance of Tunisia after the conclusion of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL). The Enyimba winger has been the revelation this season in the NPFL. He has attracted attention with his pace, skills, and technical ability. His performance in the league also attracted Gernot Rohr who gave him his Super Eagles debut against the Republic of Benin.
Ideally, one would think that the biggest or richest countries in Africa would have the most valuable currencies, however, that is not the case in reality.In descending order, the countries with the highest currency value are listed below 1.Libyan Dinnar (1 USD = LD 1.41) The dinar is the currency of Libya.
Nigeria International, Anayo Emmanuel Iwuala is living his Esperance dreams, and assiduously working towards his much anticipated debut for the Tunisian giants. The 22-year-old joined the Tunisian champions earlier this summer from Enyimba FC on a three-year deal that will see him earn $45,000 per month, with Enyimba pocketting $500,000 as transfer fee.
The issue of how people should dress is one that always causes controversies.So many countries have in past placed a ban on women covering their faces in public or in institutions such as hospitals, schools and so on.
Power-playing Nigeria striker, Kingsley Eduwo celebrated with the Nigeria flag after lifting the Tunisian Cup with CS Sfaxien on Saturday. The 25 years old was not among the goals, but made his presence count for his team in 2-1 win over CA Bizertin in the final at Stade Taïeb Mhiri in Sfax.
A nursing mother who was part of a ISIS terrorist squad blew up herself and the child before she could be stopped by members of the police terror-unit just as they about to be cornered around a hilly terrain in the inner parts of Tunisia.
Tunisian tennis player, Ons Jabeur has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Wimbledon Championship, giving an upset to Iga Swiatek, 5-7,6-1,6-1. This great feat tagged her as the first Arab and North African to book a place at the Championships since Egypt's Ismail El Shafei in 1974.
Ahmed Hafnaoui touched the hearts of the people in the 400-meter hurdles at the Olympics when his country's flag was raised and the Tunisian flag was chanted at the Tokyo Aquatic Stadium in Japan. [Image source: BBC Hausa] The 18-year-old Olympic sprinter struggled to reach his goal, becoming the first African to win a gold medal at this year's Olympics.
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US demands democracy as Tunisian president suspends parliament. Tunisian President Kais Saied on Friday dismissed US concerns over threats to democracy in the North African country more than a month after he suspended parliament, raising charges of a coup. “There is no reason to worry about the subject of freedom, justice and democracy” in Tunisia, Saied said in a statement from his office during a visit by a high-level US delegation.
It may sound or look hard to fast and play a 90 minute game of football but teams and players have found ways to do and to stay fit, even some have surprisingly gotten better during the period of fasting.During Ramadan, people have to sleep a lot less because they have to do their eating during the nights.
Hannibal Mejbri is a Franco Tunisian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for the premier league club Manchester United in England.The academy player and central midfielder has signed a newlong-term contract with the premier league giant Manchester United.
There is nothing new under the sun when it comes to African football as the continent is known for the production of some outstanding talents over the years. With the arrays of stars that have toured the world with their contemporaries, African footballers are known for skills, physical strength, hardwork and fitness while some few are feared to be superstitious. A certain Senegalese Goalkeeper Baye Cisse was allegedly spotted putting an object (juju) behind his goal before his club Tuengeth's Caf Champions
Meet the first Arab woman to reach the Quarter Finals of Wimbledon, she accomplished this after beating the world number 9, Iga Swiatek, sadly she lost to Aryna Sabalenka in the Quarter Finals. She is super talented, she understands her game perfectly, plays her heart out, even centre court knows it too.