Articles Posted in the " falcons " Category

  • Foreign coach for Falcons soon, Omagbemi in acting role

    Taiwo Adelu Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) insists it will appoint an expatriate coach for the country’s senior women team, the Super Falcons, as the Executive Committee of the body rose from a meeting Tuesday to approve a recommendation to get a foreigner for the team. A communique of the meeting made public Wednesday says the […] Post from PM News

  • Ali Modu Sheriff will reposition PDP – Governors Forum

    The Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) Governors Forum has expressed confidence in the ability of newly appointed National Chairman of PDP Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff, to reposition the party and make it more inclusive. This was contained in a statement signed by the Coordinator of the forum, Mr Osaro Onaiwu in Abuja on Wednesday. The governors, […] Post from PM News

  • Buhari’s foreign trips yielding fruitful results – Lai Mohammed

    The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said on Wednesday that President Muhammadu Buhari’s foreign trips were yielding fruitful results for the nation’s economy. The Minister made this known in Abuja while briefing State House correspondents on the outcome of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting, which was presided over by President Muhammadu […] Post from PM News

  • Inyama decries slow growth of Nigerian football

    Taiwo Adelu A chieftain of Nigerian football has raised an alarm over the slow pace of development of the game in the country, saying that if the trend is not urgently addressed it portends a bleak future. Chairman of the Nigerian National League, NNL, who is also a board member of Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, […] Post from PM News

  • PDP fully moves against FG’s anti-corruption battle – APC

    The All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused the PDP of openly launching a counter-offensive against the determined efforts of the Buhari administration to rid the country of impunity and corruption, but warned that the opposition party will fail in its attempt to take Nigerians back to Egypt. ”Saturday’s Press Statement by the PDP is nothing […] Post from PM News

  • HID Awolowo’s death a colossal loss to Nigeria, Africa — Lagos Speaker

    The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, has described the death of the Awolowo matriarch, Chief Mrs Hannah Idowu Dideolu Awolowo, as a colossal loss not only to the Yoruba nation but also to the Nigerian federation and Africa at large. Obasa, while reacting to Mrs. Awolowo’s death on […] Post from PM News

  • 14 suspected oil thieves face trial

    Fourteen suspected pipeline vandals arrested by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Abia Command, are currently facing prosecution, the State Commander, Mr Benito Eze, has said. Eze said on Saturday in Umuahia at a news briefing that four additional suspects arrested would also face prosecution with the 14 others as soon as investigations […] Post from PM News

  • Burkina Faso, S/Africa are beatable, Glo charges U-23 Eagles, Falcons

    National U-23 team, Dream Team VI and the female national team, Super Falcons have been advised by telecommunications giant, Globacom, to work assiduously towards qualifying for the final of the tournament. While the U-23 Eagles who topped Group B ahead of Senegal will face Burkina Faso, the Super Falcons who surprisingly lost to Cote d’Ivoire […] Post from PM News

  • As Lagos Descends Into Crime

    Lagosians are worried that criminals are gradually creeping back into the mega city after they were sent packing by law enforcement agencies a couple of years ago. If the criminals are not robbing motorists in traffic jams, they are robbing banks or kidnapping people and demanding for ransom. It is difficult to fathom who could […] Post from PM News

  • Activists remember Chima Ubani 10 years after

    Activists have lined up activities to mark the 10th anniversary of the death of Comrade Chima Ubani. He died along with Tunji Oyeleru, Deputy Photo Editor of the Vanguard newspaper in an auto crash in Potiskum, Yobe State, on 21 September, 2005 during protest against the removal of fuel subsidy by the administration of Olusegun […] Post from PM News