Sports writer & broadcaster for @BBC. @GuardianNigeria columnist. Contributor: @WorldSoccerMag, @AJE_Sport & @PlanetSportFA. Tweets 99% #Africa
@markgleesonfoot knows 😉 🙇🏿♂️ Belgian giants Anderlecht have completed the loan signing of #SouthAfrica international Percy Tau from Premier League club @OfficialBHAFC . Unable to get a work permit to play in England hence third spell on loan outside 🏴.
#Cameroon 's famous side that reached the quarter-finals of the 1990 World Cup in Italy will finally get the houses promised to them by President Paul Biya 30 years ago.
#Nigeria clinched #Africa ’s maiden football gold at the Olympics#OTD in 96, #Cameroon also picked🥇in 2000. Remember#Ghana won the continent’s first medal at the games (Bronze🥉) in 92. Nigeria: the most successful country with complete medal haul🥇🥈🥉
#SouthAfrica’s Percy Tau has Vincent for Kompany at @rscanderlecht 😉
“How can we say Mungo Park discovered River Niger, when it was there already and known to Africans? Africans showed him the way to get there. He didn’t discover it. He wrote about it for his people (Europeans). He didn’t write it for us. He discovered nothing”~Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
RESPECT✌??? #Senegal coach Aliou Cisse: "Indeed I am the only black coach in this tournament. It's a painful reality that annoys me. I believe that football is universal. I believe that skin color has little importance in the game." #POLSEN #SEN via ✍️
M.anifest is a blessing to the continent! My love ? for @manifestive ✊ is huge kraa. ??
1991: So long 🎙: Majek FashekMajekodunmi Fasheke, popularly known as Majek Fashek (Ma-je-ko-dun-mi Ifa-kii-she-eke), best known in Nigeria for the 1988 album Prisoner of Conscience, which included the multiple award-winning single "Send Down the Rain".