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NAPTIP Issues Red Card To Human Traffickers In Abuja Football Novelty Match,  August 4

NAPTIP Issues Red Card To Human Traffickers In Abuja Football Novelty Match,  August 4

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), will on Saturday August 4, 2018 engage celebrities and other agencies in a novelty football match at the Abuja National stadium by 8am. NAPTIP an agency set up in 2003 to tackle human trafficking and other related matters in Nigeria is organizing the football

France become World Cup 2018 champions after defeating Croatia 4-2

“It is over!” The referee announces as France coasts home to victory, lifting the 2018 FIFA World Cup trophy with a 4-2 win over the hitherto unassailable Croatia. Goals from Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe, as well as a controversial VAR-awarded penalty, helped France beat Croatia 4-2 in an incredible World Cup final in Moscow

France Vs. Croatia: A Historic World Cup Final

The attention of the world turns to Moscow and the spectacular Luzhniki Stadium on Lenin Hills, an architectural jewel dedicated to the leader of the Bolshevik revolution and symbol of Soviet sport. It is there that France and Croatia will contest an unprecedented final in the history of the World Cup. The attacking talents and nerve

Bad officiating denied Eagles’ victory – Drogba

Recall that the South Americans maintained the lone goal lead to the end of first half. On resumption of the second half, the Eagles however came out smoking to earn a penalty in the 51st minute that was effectively converted by Victor Moses. Eagles had every opportunity to maintain the draw to the end but

Iceland in trouble, Super Eagles on fire: Odegbami

The Vikings of Iceland that held Argentina to a draw in the first game of Group D in the FIFA World Cup in Russia, will have it tougher with Nigeria’s Super Eagles in the crunch match starting at 4pm today. Chief Segun Odegbami, former Nigeria international, who held a pep talk with the Nigerian team

World Cup: Bonfrere Jo Warns Nigeria Against Continued Change Of Formation

A former Super Eagles Coach, Mr Johannes Bonfrere, has warned Nigeria against the continued change of formation as she prepares for the World Cup tournament in Russia. Bofrere who lead Nigeria to win Gold in the 1996 Olympics in the United States of America, stated this during his appearance on Sport Tonight, which aired on