Mikel Obi Celebrates His Twin Daughters as They Turn 6

Popular Nigerian footballer, Mikel Obi has celebrated the birthday of his twin daughters in grand style. The twins turn six today September 14. The excited dad shared a video of his girls blowing their birthday candles and wrote: “Happy 6 birthday to my angels. So proud and so happy to see you two grow up to be the ladies you guys are and want to be. Strong, brave,full of confidence and most importantly full of joy and happiness. I love you guys so so much and so lucky and proud to be your daddy..my world” Watch video below:

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“What God Cannot Do Does Not Exist” – Nigerian Footballer, Mikel Agu, Says As He Becomes A Portuguese Citizen

Nigerian striker, Mikel Agu, is overjoyed as he becomes a Portuguese citizen. He showed off his Portuguese passport on his Instastories on Tuesday afternoon May 3. Expressing his gratitude to God, the footballer wrote; ”What God cannot do does not exist. Am now a Portuguese” Mikel currently plays as midfielder for Portuguese side, Vitória de Guimarães. Congrats to him!

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Liverpool, Aston Villa Light Up Adamu Yola Cup

By Joan Nnenna Iwuchukwu Abuja (Precise Post) – The much-awaited Adamu Yola Cup round of 16 will officially kick off on 17 December at the Billiri Township Stadium in Gombe State. The qualification rounds started on Monday 30th November 2020 in all four Local Government Areas of Gombe South, namely Balanga, Billiri, Kaltungo and Shongom. Defending champions All Stars are joined by Aston Villa, Liverpool, Pakolin, Awai United, Bare City, God Wonder, Dinge Flying Bees, Panwa United, Lashadar United, Balanga, Talase United, Tangland United, Pero Boys, Kilang United and Balanga in the round of 16. Chairman, Organising Committee, Promise Uwaeme disclosed to newsmen on Monday that matches will be played at Billiri Township Stadium and Obasanjo Stadium. “We want to improve on Adamu Yola Cup every year. Matches will be played at Billiri Township Stadium and Obasanjo Stadium,” Promise Uwaeme said. According to him, the football championship is to enable players, who are talented in football horn their skills at the grassroots level. He stated that the championship would also be a mentorship programme to put Nigerian footballers on the …

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Belgian Club Sacks Emenike

Abuja(Precisepost) -Emmanuel Emenike’s bid to relaunch his career in Belgium after a long-term knee injury has suffered a serious setback after second division side, KVC Westerlo, released him. The 32-year-old former Super Eagles star striker failed to score in five league appearances for Westerlo. He moved to Belgium in September as a free agent after more than a year out of football, no thanks to injury. His current market value is put at round €500,000, remarkably far from the €16 million he once was rated on the transfer market. He has previously played for Turkish champions, Fenerbache, West Ham in the Premier League as well as Spartak Moscow in Russia. Source

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Nigerian Footballer Sentenced To 3 Years In Jail For Punching A Lady In UK

New York – A court in the United Kingdom has sentenced a Nigerian footballer to 2 years imprisonment. Andrew Akingbaje brutally attacked the woman A Nigerian footballer who launched an attack on a woman outside a nightclub in Clapham in the United Kingdom on New Year’s Eve has been sentenced to 32 months in prison.  On Monday, Andrew Akingbaje, 24, was jailed at Inner London Crown Court for the violent assault. On New Year’s Eve, Krystal Misson and her two female friends were outside Lotus Bar in Clapham.  Akingbaje, who up until that point had not been known to the group, attacked Ms. Misson, punching her several times and dragging her along the ground by her hair. A second attack followed in which he hit Ms. Misson repeatedly in the face and body, causing her to fall to the ground. This second attack was filmed by a friend of hers and was posted on social media, leading to Akingbaje’s subsequent arrest. The footballer, who has previously served prison sentences for grievous bodily harm (GBH) against another woman and drugs offences, will now return to prison …

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