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The head of Ayodele Herbals, DSc, Public Health, Dr Isaac Ayodele stated this in a release this Monday while sighting that Obesity can be reversed too.

Dr Ayodele stressed that those who have been obese for ages and remain so, are obese because they have resolved to listen to the experts who say, do this, don’t do that, based on what they were taught in school, not because of evidence based medicine that they should adhere to.

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Late Yekini, Okwaraji, Eboigbe others must be saying thank you to president Buhari for appointing Dare as sports minister

Samuel Sochukwuma Okwaraji, the dancing midfielder slumped and died on August 12, 1989 inside the mainbowl of the National stadium during a World Cup qualifier against Angola. His death, sent shock waves across the lenght and breadth of the nation as football fans retired to their beds, devastated, that one of Nigeria’s finest footballers have passed on, without a formal goodbye.

His death left a yawning gap in our shallow hearts anytime we remember his many legacies. His space, many have struggled to fill even till this day.

As if that was not enough, on May 4, 2012, another great Nigerian, the finest goal poacher this country ever produced, the man who scored Nigeria’s first World Cup goal, the black pearl and pride of the black race, Rashidi the gangling Yekini, died, leaving behind an aged mother, his sibblings and millions of heart broken supporters.

A Nation has lost two of it’s finest footballers in just a spate of 24years. During this period, sports ministers came and left without thinking of how to immotalise these heroes of our glorious past, yet we wake up daily to recite the country’s national anthem with that frustrating cliche ” *_the labour of our heroes past, shall never be in vain”_*

The appointment of Sunday Dare as Nigeria’s sports minister has rekindled fading hopes, it has brought light to a dark tunnel and has restored laughter to the dead even in their graves.

On August 12, 2020, it will be 31 years since Samuel Okwaraji departed this sinful world. Since that day, he has not had a chance to turn in his grave until few weeks ago, when Nigeria’s sports minister Sunday Dare, honoured is aged mother.

The Oyo state born administrator gave out 50,000 naira to the mother of Samuel Okwaraji and promised to assist with a monthly stipend of 10,000 naira.

He did not stop there. A few days later, Dare did same to the aged mother of Rashidi Yekini and instructed the Nigeria football federation to follow suit with an additional 30,000 naira stipend to be paid to both women monthly and in tears, they have not stopped showing gratitude.

From their graves, both players shook their heads in appreciation, they moved their legs as if to say thank you even as they watched their mothers shed tears of joy after years of neglect from a country that got so much from their children but offered so little.

Even in Kwara state where Rashidi Yekini hails from, nothing has been done in the form of a monument to immortalize this great football icon. Same for Samuel Okwaraji, Muda Lawal, Thunder Balogun and many other heroes of our glorious past who died after years of patriotic service to fatherland.

From the East, West, South and North, the name on every lips for now, is that of Nigeria minister of youth and sports development.

Sunday Dare the dazzler, has dazzled Nigerians with his wisdom, he has succeeded where others failed and in less than one year, he has written his name in gold.

Dare is here to comfort the weak, he is here to reverse abnormalities and give hope to the dejected. He has flourished where his predecessors faltered.

He is arguably the first Nigerian sports minister to invest in the welfare of Nigeria athletes past and present. The plight of sports men is his top priority and he seem ready to accomplish so much in just 4years.

Apart from the late Rashidi Yekini and Samuel Okwaraji who are now smiling in their graves, late Sunday Bada, an Olympic Silver medalist will also be telling the angels good things about Sunday Dare in heaven, same as late Peter Ogaba and Ali Jeje.

Dare is not only concerned about the dead, he is also interested in the plight of the living.

Former Super Falcons Chief coach Kadiri Ikhana is one of the latest beneficiaries, same as ex international Sunday Eboigbe who has battled with ill health for several years with no form of support coming from anywhere.

Barely one month after he was appointed Nigeria Sports minister, Sunday Dare sprung into action by forcing the NFF to pay late Uzama Douglas’s outstanding match bonuses to his wife and three year old son.

Just when it seem like all hopes were lost, president Muhammadu Buhari has given Nigeria a sports minister that understands exactly what the people want, a tireless and workaholic man who is never ready to stop putting smiles on the faces of Nigerian youths.

A minister who is always on his toes looking for what next to do has found a comfort zone to excel.

He is a listening minister, a goal getter, a passion driven and always motivated personality who will stop at nothing but success and excellence.

Dare is the only man in history that satisfies the living and the dead.

From beyond, the ghosts of the faithful departed must be saying, that they are indeed very grateful to Mr Sunday Dare, the man God has appointed for a purpose.

“I Rejected The SWAN Offer To Provide Palliatives For My NSM Members” – Says Adewale Ajayi SAJ

Nigeria’s renowned sports journalist, Adewale Ajayi who also doubles as the Super Admin of one of the country’s vibrant WhatsApp group, Nigeria Sport Mouthpiece, NSM Rebranded says he rejected the SWAN offer to help raise Palliatives for journalists on his own platform.

The clarification comes after one Dr Tee criticised the sheer willingness of members of NSM platform who decided to honour him with the “Senior Advocate of Journalists” due to his ability to raise over 2.4m naira that was shared to members of his group.

“Let them know i rejected the SWAN OFFER to do this for journalists on my platform pls”, SAJ told MikeThePundit.

It would be recalled that Super Admin as he is fondly called rejected the offer of SWAN to raise Palliatives for it members but the committee was later dissolved after some factional issues of the Sport Writers Association of Nigeria.

All the Palliatives from day one ( NSM group)

1. Moses Simon 50k

2. Japan youth coach 100k

3. Emem Eduok 100k

4. Finidi George 100k

5. Katsina utd Chair 50k

6. Kunbi Kwara utd 100k

7. Chris Giwa 300k

8. Pillar of Sports 200k

9. Mk Nureni 100k

10. Vincent Okumagba 50k

11 Monimichelle 50k

12. Aminu Kurfi 200k

13. Sen. Ifeanyi Ubah 250k

14. Hajj Gafar Liameed 100k

15. Junior Ajayi . 150k

16. Annonymous 60k

17. Annonymous 30k

18. Annonymous 10k

19. Sunday Dare 250k

20. Moh’d lawal Agent 150k

Total ……..2, 400, 000

All the monies has been shared and the various names and amount received were duly detailed.

A journo with Kidney stones was also supported for surgery.

Peterside Idah Joins NSM Course, Donates Palliative For COVID-19

Former Nigerian International goalkeeper, Peterside Idah has promised to donate to Nigeria Sport Mouthpiece, NSM Rebranded, a WhatsApp platform dedicated to all things sports in Nigeria.

The 100,000 naira donations comes amidst the Coronavirus virus pandemic which has ravaged the world of sports and beyond.

Peterside Idah having heard of the brilliant works in which the group’s foremost Admin, Adewale Ajayi SAJ, has done in raising over 2.4m naira for journalists during this period said he knows what men of the profession are passing through this his kind hand of gesture.

“From NFSP, Pastor Peterside Idah heard of all that transpired, he decided to speak with me inbox and has promised to drop 100k later today to support our cause. He lives in South Africa but he knows what men are passing through. We are grateful”, Super Admin said.

Peterside Idah is a Nigerian international football goalkeeper and media officer, television pundit and pastor. He retired from active football in 2002. He is currently a football analyst for SuperSports and Pastor at Christ Ambassadors Church based in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.

COVID-19: NVBF Donates Palliatives To State Associations

The Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF) has donated palliatives to the 37 states associations’ in order to cushion the effects of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

The Chairperson NVBF welfare committee, Professor Florence Adeyanju disclosed this to newsmen in Kaduna on Wednesday.

Professor Adeyanju said palliatives became necessary due to the difficulties players are passing through in the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Professor of Human Kinetics said the palliative donated is courtesy the President of Nigeria Volleyball Federation, Engineer Musa Nimrod.

She said, “The reason behind the palliatives is due to the difficulties the players are passing through in their respective states. We are all aware that many of the players are neither working nor under the payroll of any organization, while few of the players that are working are not earning a substantial amount of money.

“The palliative sent to the 37 states associations’ is courtesy the President of the Nigeria Volleyball Federation. The President of the NVBF who is also the Zonal Representative of the North West on the board decided to extend the palliative to other zones because of the hardship experienced by players who are the main actors of the game”.

Reacting to the palliatives, the chairman of Kwara State Volleyball Association, Chief Bashorun Bankole commended the federation for donation to the 37 associations.

He said the palliative will help in strengthen the ties between the Federation and the grassroots players.

Bankole said, “Immediately I received the palliatives from the Federation, I swing into action by calling my Vice Chairman who I informed about the kind gesture. The intention of the association is to add some amount of money and buy some food stuffs in order to distribute to players who have no means of income during this COVID-19 pandemic.

“We must commend the federation for remembering the 37 states associations’ members when all chips”.

The Sokoto state volleyball association, Umar Samba lauded the decision of the NVBF members and the Zonal Representative of the North West, Eng Musa Nimord for the unexpected gesture during the COVID-19 lockdown.

He said, “on behalf of Sokoto state volleyball association, I want to say a big thank you to the NVBF members especially our zonal representative on the board, Engineer Musa Nimrod for their initiative during this lockdown.

“Most of the players have been finding it difficult to fend by one another during this lockdown; but this palliative from the federation will go a long way in alleviating hunger”.

A board member, Aminu Kolore and the General Secretary NVBF, Alhaji Adamu Maikano said the leadership of the Nigeria Volleyball Federation will continue to support the growth, development and most importantly the players of the game.

Tijani Umar: The Go Through Guy

A job in sports administration is a great opportunity to combine a passion for sports with the practical business activities of a range of organisations.

Attaining one of the biggest and non political position in government is not a fluke, Tijani Umar, the NBBF President is an administrator that is always ready to ensure the smooth running of a sports business.

The recently appointed permanent secretary of the ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development to North East zone of Nigeria often finds opportunities to take on higher levels of responsibility fairly quickly.

Tijani Umar believes sport has gained in political and social significance, with growing public awareness of its contributions to personal health, community development and the national economy.

Very mindful of the increasing demand for higher quality delivery in sports administration, Tijani Umar is now the chosen one and his new position in government is to take basketball.

Jude Anyadufu: The Quiet Achiever, Akin Bolarinwa Writes

We, in the football community, have over the years noticed and passionately follow the quiet achievers, the silent football managers, and the peaceful performers.

Even though not everyone sees them in the same light.

Jude Anyadufu, Mike Idoko and Patrick Pascal are examples of the natural introverts, who display the talent, and exhibit anxiety of a typical and adaptive but nevertheless accomplished introvert.

Jude Anyadufu is a typical example of a person who you can give a job to, and he will do it very well.

Anyadufu is still achieving results while others are still arguing over roles and responsibilities, and who gets the most credit.

He has an approach of getting things done easily without stress. 

Usually on his own ability, and often, in his own time.

His antecedents and pedigree speaks volume of his rich knowledge of the local league in Nigeria.

It will interest you to know that Jude Anyadufu was a former private club owner and a former scout and recruiting officer for former league champions, Plateau United under Chief Layi Olagbmiro.

His scouting exploits did stop at one particular point, he was the scouting manager at Kano Pillars under Serikin Shanu of Kazure, Alhaji Adamu as chairman, and Tukur Babangida as the FA secretary then.

He was the man behind the scenes for late Chief Taiwo Ogunjiobi at Gabros International and Shooting Stars of Ibadan.

The former team secretary of Gukas FC is not a novice in the Nigeria football fraternity, he has paid his dues and has to be celebrated for a job well done.

SESC Link Up: Haggai Sportswear And Zikel Cosmetics Joins Train For Maiden Edition

Nigeria’s foremost sports kitting company Haggai Sportswear and Nigeria’s leading luxury make-up brand, Zikel Cosmetics have confirmed to sponsor the maiden edition of the Super Eagles Supporters Club Instagram Live tagged “SESC LINK UP”

Haggai Sportswear, an official jersey sponsor of the Super Eagles Supporters Club will be giving out jerseys on every episode while Zikel Cosmetics will give out recharge cards and other stuffs.

Confirming the partnership, President of the Club Prince Vincent Okumagba said the Instagram Live will connect with existing, new and aspiring members and further foster Unity amongst members especially this period of Covid-19.

“This is an initiative we want to use to Foster love, unity amongst members.

The global pandemic has ensured the halt of football activities across the World hence the need to get members in Nigeria and diaspora closer.

Haggai Sports wear and Zikel Cosmetics seeing the vision have come on board to support us with giveaways”.

The Instagram Live will be 30 minutes daily as we will be starting with the club President who will be speaking from Canada on Friday 15th May 2020.

Dare The Darling; Minister Donates Cash, Foodstuff To Sunday Bada’s Mother

Minister of Youth and Sports Development Mr. Sunday Dare has extended his benevolence towards the matriarch of the Bada family Mrs. Fumilayo Bada, whose son, Sunday Bada was a member of the 4×400 relay team that won silver for Nigeria at the 2000 Sydney Olympic games.

Mr. Sunday Dare donated the sum of N50,000 with some food items and beverages to the matriarch as part of his commitment to providing some succour to the mothers of deceased sports stars who made various contributions to sports development in Nigeria.

Recieving the items from the representative of the Minister Hon. Olowo Toye at the family house in Odomogun quarters, Ilaere Ogidi in Ijumu Local Government Area of Kogi state, Mrs. Bada thanked the Minister for his support even as it was years after the demise of her son and prayed for God’s blessings upon the Minister.

It would be recalled that Dare had in the same vein made similar donations to the mothers of late football stars Rashidi Yekini and Samuel Okwaraji.

NFF First Vice President Seyi Akinwumi Says Kwara FA Chairman Is The Future Of Football In Nigeria

The 1st Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Barr. Seyi Akinwunmi has labeled the Kwara State FA Chairman, Mallam Idris Abdulahi Musa as part of the future of football in Nigeria.

The Lagos State FA Chairman who made this known when he was a guest on Kwara Sports Arena on Sunday harped on the need for the people of Kwara to keep on supporting their FA Chairman, “Thuraya”.

“I must ask that as a State of Harmony, there is the need to use sport to promote harmony”.

“Support your FA Chairman, my brother Mallam Turaya who I have told is part of the future of football in Nigeria (not just in Kwara State).

“You have my commitment to support Kwara Football in any and all legal ways so my wife doesnt evict me from our home”, he concluded jokingly.

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