According Vanguard, the Super Eagles have been promised a massive N10 million handsome reward for any goal scored against Argentina in their last Group F qualifying match Wednesday.
The Eagles with four points look good to move into the second round if they hold the Argentines to a draw. But, if the Stephen Keshi-led team beat Argentina, they would top their group with Argentina finishing second.
And to encourage the team to dig into their arsenal and score more goals, there are Nigerians here who are flashing credit cards and have promised to open their vaults to reward the Eagles.
According to reports there was deafening bomb blast at the premises of Kano School of Health Technology located along Gida Murtala–B UK Road. The high calibre improvised explosive device went off aroud 2pm today while students were in session.
8 students have been confirmed dead while 12 others injured. Kano state commissioner of police, Alhaji Adenrele Tasheed Shinaba, told reporters that incident occurred at about 2.05pm. He also mentioned that the suicide bomber had rucksack on his back, pretending to be one of the students only to eventually blow himself up alongside his victims.
The two amaze me really….always fond of each other while running their individual businesses. Love + Money = FUN
Blessing Okagbare emerged champion in the women’s 100 metres finals finishing during the ongoing Cross River State All Nigerian Athletics Championship 2014. Gloria Asumnu from Delta state came second, while Sule Justina finished in 3rd place.
Congrats to them all…..
Nigerian politics is more complicated than you can ever imagine. Where was Tinubu when all the katakata dey happen for Ekiti state? #JustAsking
Wow it looks so real but we know it’s fake cos it;s acting and that spoils the grove…..lolz. They both look cute together and I hope Alex’s babe won’t get ‘JELAWS’
According to a report on Metro Sulley Muntari has provided one of the most heartwarming moments of the World Cup, after handing out money to one of the poorest communities in Brazil.
The AC Milan midfielder reportedly received special permission from his national team boss Kwesi Appiah to visit the people of Maceio.
While he was there he signed autographs and posed for photographs with the children, before handing out cash to the disadvantaged locals. WATCH VIDEO BELOW: