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Showing posts from August, 2015

Bet9ja Fans night out event

It was  an evening to remember for football fans at the Bet9ja "Fans Night Out"as they enjoyed a  once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with Super Eagles legends and entertainment celebrities at the  sports and entertainment hotspot, SS7 Lounge, Victoria Island, Lagos on Saturday August 15,2015. Nigeria’s best and biggest bookmaker, Bet9ja gave fans a rare chance to meet one-on-one with super stars at a well packaged event tagged "Bet9ja Fans Night Out". Ex-Super Eagles stars that graced the event were Super Eagles goalkeeper at the USA 94 World Cup, Peter Rufai popularly known as 'Dodo Mayana', Headmaster, Mutiu Adepoju who was part of Nigeria's U20 team, Flying Eagles that wrote their names in gold in history book at the Saudi 89 FIFA U20 World Cup and Bet9ja brand ambassador, Victor Ikpeba a.ka. 'The Prince of Monaco' all shared moment with fans. The first Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Barr. Seyi Akinwunmi also came in h

Need a great mentor ? my DAD maybe

Growing up wasn't as easy as i expected it to be, i didn't grow up to have everything, even the basic things. in my family, your only school sandal needs to be at its worst state before you can think of getting another one from my dad My dad is only concerned that you have eaten, he wont ask if you had enough. we can have 3 meals a day..But you cant have anything else apart from the standard 3 day meals failing in school is not acceptable but you wont have enough so you wont  be too relaxed in school..but he will pay our school fees on time and buy us textbooks but you wont get enough pocket money...NEVER ! when i was in school i so much hate my dad for this...i really thought he hated me...i started to really understand what was going on when i got admission into higher institution that i realized this man was getting me ready for that harsh economy of Nigeria... The way we were brought up not only let me plan ahead before doing things but also makes me endure every

Man dies after losing money to lotto

A middle-aged commercial motorcyclist identified as Marcel Okorie, reportedly slumped and died at a lottery point popularly called 'Baba Ijebu', after he realised that he had lost a huge sum of money which was said have run into several thousands. The incident which happened somewhere around Akute, a suburb of Ogun State, according to eyewitnesses, saw the shocked stakers running helter-skelter after Okorie rode on his bike to the spot and on checking the board, realised he had lost his money and was heard moaning to himself, lamenting that he had lost the money meant to pay his house rent after he was given an ultimatum to pack out of his rented apartment by his landlord. A witness who did not want his name in print painted the picture: "It is very sad. I knew the man very well. We used to do 'okada' work together from Ogba to Akute and once in a while, we staked 'Baba Ijebu' at the same place. On the fateful incident, Marcel said he had a d