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Lagos agog for Independence Corporate Run

Beginning from 8 a.m. today, the city of Lagos, especially from the Tafawa Balewa Square otherwise known as Race Course will witness a beehive of activities as thousands of enthusiastic Nigerians, including top executives take to the streets for the inaugural edition of the Nigeria Independence Corporate Run to usher in the country’s Golden Jubilee as a nation.

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Supporters’ club now on Glo free calls package

MOBILE Telecommunication giant, Globacom Nigeria limited has continued to fulfill its pledge by providing enablements to the members of the Nigeria Football Supporters Club as it presented a total of 3,000 GloMobile ‘Close Users Group (CUG) sim cards designed to enhance communication among members of the club
It also unveiled the first draw of Glo Manchester United ‘recharge and go to Old Trafford base of the Manchester United’ promo.

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Nigeria now to battle Japan or Iran

Nigeria’s Super Eagles will tackle either Japan or Iran in a friendly on November 17, officials have said
“We have opened discussions with Japan for a friendly in Tokyo on November 17 and just today (Thursday) we received another proposal from Iran through an agent to also play them on that day,” Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) head of competition, Mohammed Sanusi,said.

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Contempt of court: Judge insists on Adamu’s appearance

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, yesterday, insisted that Mr Amos Adamu, Federation of International Football Association, FIFA and Confederation of African Football, CAF, executive committee member, and Felix Anyasi Agwu, Sole Administrator of Enyimba Football Club of Aba, who participated in the annulled Nigerian Football Federation, NFF’s election, must appear before it on October 4, 2010, to answer to the contempt charge initiated against them by the National Association of Nigerian Footballers, NANF.

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