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Born Of Edo Christian Mother And Borno Moslem Father..Read The Grass To Grace Profile Of Ahmed Musa.Nigeria's Hero In Today's Match

Born Of Edo Christian Mother And Borno Moslem Father..Read The Grass To Grace Profile Of Ahmed Musa.Nigeria's Hero In Today's Match

AHMED MUSA

Ahmed Musa was born to Alhaji Musa and Sarah Moses on the 14th of October, 1992, in the city of Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. His father was a Muslim originally from the northern Nigerian state of Borno while his mother, who was his father’s second wife, is a Christian from Edo State.

Following the untimely death of Musa’s father when he was growing up, he along with his four older sisters were raised by just their mother. His mother supported his aspirations to become a professional footballer after Musa’s talent was discovered at a very early age.

He first joined GBS Football Academy where his performances prompted him to be featured in a local publication’s Undiscovered Talent column. the following year, a 16-year-old Musa was loaned out to the now-defunct Nigerian Football league side JUTH FC. he played a total of 18 games with the club, scoring four goals.

For the 2009-10 season, Musa was again loaned out to Kano Pillars where he took the league by storm, scoring 18 goals in 25 appearances and firing the team to a second-place finish. That performance earned him a spot in Nigeria’s 2010 WAFU Nations Cup squad where his goals helped win the tournament for Nigeria. He was subsequently called up to the senior team but was ruled out from the 2010 FIFA World Cup due to injury.

After that campaign, Musa took his talents abroad to join Dutch Eredivisie football club VVV-Venlo. He was however made to wait a few months to feature for the club because he had not turned 18. After his 18th birthday in October 2010, Musa officially joined his new team, making his debut in a match against FC Groningen on October 30 where he started and won his side a penalty kick.

Musa was lauded by both local and international pundits during that campaign, prompting speculation that he might make a big money move to either England or Germany. He in the meantime helped Nigeria win the 2011 African Youth Championship, where he was crowned most valuable player, and then the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup where he was shortlisted for the tournaments Golden Ball.

In January 2012, Ahmed Musa swapped the Netherlands for Russia, joining CSKA Moscow for an undisclosed fee, winning the Russian Premier League and Cup at his first attempt.
The following year, Musa was part of the Nigerian team that won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, before again being part of the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup team that was knocked out in the group stage. At the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Musa notably scored twice in a group match against Argentina, making him the first Nigerian to achieve such a feat.

Ahmed Musa went on to play for CSKA Moscow until the summer of 2016 when he moved to Leicester City for a club record fee of £16.6 million. His time at Leicester was, however, marred with poor form and personal issues that affected his game.
In January 2018, Musa was loaned back to CSKA Moscow for 4 months to get much-needed game time ahead of his country’s participation in the World Cup.
World Cup 2018:Nigeria Beats Iceland 2-0

World Cup 2018:Nigeria Beats Iceland 2-0

Nigeria this afternoon kept its world cup dream alive with a 2 nil win over Iceland.

Two second half goals from Russian based Ahmed Musa separated the team.

A penalty awarded Iceland in the 81st minute was missed by the team.

Nigeria's last match in the group stage is against Argentina on Tuesday

All Nigeria needs against Argentina is a draw or an outright to qualify for the next round
Just In: Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe Arrested By DSS

Just In: Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe Arrested By DSS


The Senator Representing Abia South in the Senate. Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe has been arrested by the DSS over undisclosed reasons.

This is coming barely 24 hours after the former Governor of Benue State Gabriel Suswan was also arrested by the Agency.

The National Publicity Secretary of the PDP Mr Kola Ologbondiyan who confirmed the arrest in a chat with CKN News says the Party will issue a Press Statement on the arrest of its members in the next few minutes
PDP Confirms Arrest Of Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe Arrested By DSS

PDP Confirms Arrest Of Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe Arrested By DSS




The Senator Representing Abia South in the Senate. Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe has been arrested by the DSS over undisclosed reasons.

This is coming barely 24 hours after the former Governor of Benue State Gabriel Suswan was also arrested by the Agency.

The National Publicity Secretary of the PDP Mr Kola Ologbondiyan who confirmed the arrest in a chat with CKN News says the Party will issue a Press Statement on the arrest of its members in the next few minutes

Police Set To Investigate Lagos Doctor For Assaulting Nurse

Police Set To Investigate Lagos Doctor For Assaulting Nurse


A doctor practicing in a hospital in Lekki, Lagos state, has been accused of assaulting a nurse working in the same hospital.

Dr Emmanuel Okolo, 35, who works at Awoyaya Hospital and Maternity Centre, Ibeju Lekki, is said to have slapped nurse Dorcas Adeyera, 23, following a misunderstanding which stemmed from the treatment of a patient rushed into the medical facility in the early hours of Monday.

Dr Okolo was opposed to the fact that the patient, an accident victim, was admitted without his consent and he blamed nurse Dorcas for it. He then ordered that the patient and his family be asked to leave the hospital and told nurse Dorcas to follow through on the order.

In a report to the medical director of the hospital, nurse Dorcas said she asked the patient to leave the premises then left the scene. The patient and his family didn't leave as instructed and when the doctor found out, he sought out nurse Dorcas and dragged her into his office.

Once in his office, he ordered the nurse to kneel down but she refused and this angered him, so he turned violent. She said the doctor slapped her several times then unbuckled his belt, took it off, and used it to flog her multiple times while informing colleagues who tried to intervene that he's not the nurse's mate. 

Dorcas  Adeyera added in her report: "He reached for the sphygmomanometer and was about using it to hit my head when the security men took it from his hand and another round of slaps on my cheeks followed. This time around, I fell on the floor and he started punching me."

The nurse said that she has reported the case to the police at the Elemoro division, adding that she was treated at the Epe General Hospital.

The spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, CSP Chike Oti, confirmed that the case was reported to the command and efforts are being made to arrest and interrogate the doctor.
2019: nPDP Planning To Ambush Buhari, Ignore Them - Adamu Tells APC

2019: nPDP Planning To Ambush Buhari, Ignore Them - Adamu Tells APC


Nigerian senator, Abdullahi Adamu, has advised the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to ignore the New Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP) faction of the party at this stage. Adamu, a member of the APC, said the nPDP and its antics must be ignored.

Reports say Senator Adamu, a former governor of Nasarawa state, issued a statement on Thursday, June 21, in Abuja where he commended President Buhari for refusing to interfere in the nPDP issue.

He believes that the nPDP is carrying out a deliberate attempt to distract President Buhari’s focus on governance.

“I belonged to the nPDP; and, as I had said before, there was nowhere we held a meeting to resurrect the group for the purpose of protesting alleged marginalisation of our former members by the APC-led federal government.

“Apart from that, the basis of the group’s allegation is tenuous,” Adamu, the north-central zone’s coordinator for Buhari’s presidential campaign, said.

He commended Buhari for deciding to allow the vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, and the party leadership to interface with the nPDP.

It had been earlier reported that contrary to rumours making the rounds, aggrieved members of the APC in nPDP fold, led by Alhaji Kawu Baraje, would attend and participate fully in the party’s convention slated for Saturday, June 23, in Abuja.

Baraje disclosed this on Wednesday, June 20, in a statement from his media office in Ilorin, Kwara state, distributed to journalists. He emphasised that his group has no cause not to attend the convention despite their recent disagreements with the APC leadership.

Source: Daily Trust
I'm In Need Of A Woman Who Will Treat Me Like A Slave - Nigerian Man Begs

I'm In Need Of A Woman Who Will Treat Me Like A Slave - Nigerian Man Begs


A Nigerian man has taken to the social media to search for dominant partner to slave for He wrote his request on a closed Facebook page, stating that he needs a woman who would treat him like a dog and verbally abuse him

The post has since gone viral on the social media platforms as many consider it bizarre

When it comes to the 'bedroom business', only a few fetishes are considered normal in a country like Nigeria. Although most of these other fetishes are frowned at, it doesn't necessarily mean they aren't widely practiced.

One of such fetish practices is the Bondage and Discipline (BD), Dominance and Submission (DS), Sadism and Masochism (SM) which is popularly known by the acronym, BDSM. However, a Nigerian man identified as Smart Ochuka, has proven to be unbothered by the killer stares or condemnation he would receive for being an advocate for this rather 'bizarre' sexual preference.

He recently took to social media to search for a dominant lady who would make him her slave. He wrote on the closed Facebook group, 

"Hello Pretty Suzzy, i pray u doing great, Suzzy please help me post this before I die in silence, I'm a submissive masochist in search of a dominant woman that'll use me as her slave, make me wash her clothes n pants, lick her ass, feet, armpit, just use me as her dog, verbally abuse me, all those humiliations turns me on as I'm a 100% submissive guy.

I just need a dominant woman that'll keep me in her house for 5 days or a week n use me as her dog, I know its rare in Nigeria, but this is d real me, I crave this, I long for it, its my wired fantasy and I can't deny myself what gives me pleasure, 

Interested persons should inbox me as I'm certain that this post will attract a thousand comments n I might not be able to see them all, Thanks."