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Anthony Joshua Beats Parker on Points

Anthony Joshua has defeated Joseph Parker on points in the world heavyweight fight held late Saturday. The official cards of 118-110, 118-110 and 119-109 to give Joshua 21-0 in his career. Nigeria-born Joshua speaking to Sky Sports moments after the fight said, “I’m not going to make any analysis of my performance, that’s for my coach to do. “My strategy was to stick behind the jab – it’s one of the most important weapons – a good jab will…

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The Need For a Historic Peace.

  Peace is the sine qua non to the interpersonal relationship and human co-existence. It is, indeed, a priceless, undeniable recipe for socio-political and cultural development and prosperity. Both on the personal and interpersonal levels, we hardly can achieve much without peace. On the other hand, conflicts can lead to unnecessary destruction – personally and internationally. However, some have equally argued that it takes conflicts, for example, war, to bring peace. Perhaps, that may be, in some cases, true,…

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Social Media and Your Privacy

The birth of Facebook has drastically changed social interaction and personal relationships globally. The world has never been brought closer before, since the introduction of Facebook. You have you dudes living thousands of kilometres away so close than ever. Through Facebook, social mobilization has become as easy and quick as ABC. Do you now understand why many corrupt and autocratic governments in Africa and beyond fear the influential and intimidating power of Facebook as a forceful and powerful agent…

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Mikel, Junior Ajayi to miss Poland match

Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi is out of the friendly match against Poland scheduled for Friday, Extrasportsnigeria.com reports. Nigeria’s team administrator Dayo Enebi Achor confirmed on Tuesday that Mikel may not be part of the team for the international match in Wroclaw, Poland. The former Chelsea midfielder is unlikely to make it to Wroclaw as he has been unable to renew his work permit in China, where he currently plays for Tianjin Teda. Enebi the NFF official website as…

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Africa And The Social – Political Hiccups

Africa is a continent blessed with enormous beauty, nature, and incredible opportunities. However, it is equally synonymous with ups and downs. It can be a place, where the word “surprise” means nothing because the everyday life of an average Africa is an epitome of surprises. More than that, Africa has become a continent of skepticism and distrust. The citizens hardly trust their elected leaders who constantly disappointed and lied to them for the personal aggrandizement of the leaders. That…

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Eagles Camp Opens in Wroclaw, Poland

The camp of the Super Eagles will open in the Polish city of Wroclaw on Monday, ahead of Nigeria’s friendly match against of Poland or the Bialo-Czerwoni (White and Red) or Eagles, as the Polish national team is known. The two Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup-bound teams will play at the 43,000-capacity Stadium Wroclaw on Friday, 23rd March. Nigeria’s 28-man playing squad also remains together for the second friendly against equally Russia 2018-bound Serbia, at The Hive, London (home…

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A Night of Football Madness

26th May 1999 is the day that changed my perspective on football forever. Growing up a soccer fanatic, I have watched anything that set my blood racing like the Champions League final between Manchester United & Bayern Munich. That was football at its finest and I haven’t seen a more dramatic ending to a big game like that to date. On paper, everyone had written off Manchester because they had average players compared to the Munich side boasting of…

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South Sudan: The Epitome of Irony

South Sudan, since July 201, the newest independent country in the world, is an epitome of irony; and the leaders of the country are increasingly doing all within their powers to maintain that infamous status quo. Once upon a time, the Southern part of Sudan, habited by a majority Christian population of about 12 million, complained discriminated, marginalized and mistreated by the predominately Muslims (North) Sudan. While centuries of exploitation and slave-raiding by the “Arab” north against the “African”…

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Usain Bolt Signs For Football Club as Mamelodi Sundown Claim Deal

The 100-meter world record holder, Usain Bolt, says he has signed for a football club, with South African team Mamelodi Sundowns hinting at an announcement to come on Tuesday. Bolt, 31, retired from athletics last summer after a glittering career in which he won eight Olympic gold medals. He has always spoken of his desire to play football once his sprinting career was over, and on Sunday he tweeted to say “I’ve signed for a football team! Find out…

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The Boko Haram Insurgency and the Urgent Need for a Lasting Solution

The latest kidnap of 110 innocent schoolgirls from a school in the town of Dapchi in the North East of Nigeria on Monday by the Boko Haram terrorist group, has increasingly put incredible pressure on the Nigerian government, to take a decisive action aimed at bringing an end the Boko Haram insurgency. The recent audacity of Boko Haram is indeed a big blow and challenge to President Muhammadu Buhari, a former army general and an ex-Military Head of State,…

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