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Oshoala: It’s a Reward that comes with Hard work and dedication (Video)

Super Falcons and Barcelona forward Asisat Oshoala, has reacted on winning her fourth CAF Women’s Player of the Year award.

Despite being ignored by her countrymen, Oshoala said “it’s a reward that comes with hard work and dedication.”

The 25 year old who do not want to join Nigerians against those who ignored her especially Perputua Nkwocha whose record she equalled said “I don’t think that anyone should be obligated to vote for anyone.

“Having the 4th one now I’ll just say I’m happy about it.”

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LMC bans Heartland from Club Transfers, Fined ₦10.4m, ₦6.25m to two Former Players

Heartland FC has been banned from signing new players for the next two transfer periods, until they comply with a ruling by the Nigerian Professional Football League, NPFL.

This followed separate complaints of unlawful termination of contract and indebtedness filed by former players of the club, Maduabuchi Okereke and Fatuwanse Segun.

In its ruling communicated to Heartland FC on February 17, 2020, the League Management Company, LMC, noted that the club failed to respond to the claims of the players despite having been invited by the LMC to state its case through a letter dated January 28, 2020.

Heartland was ordered to pay Maduabuchi the sum of ₦7,200,000 representing the remaining two years of his three year contract and another ₦900,000 unpaid arrears of three months consolidated salary stipulated in the contract before it was wrongfully terminated by the club.

Maduabuchi and Fatuwase had in separate petitions to the LMC dated November 5, 2019, bordering on claims of overdue payables, wrongful termination of contract and compensation.

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While Maduabuchi laid claims for a total of ₦10, 400,000; Fatuwase asked for a total of ₦6,250,000.

The LMC said the players and the club did execute separate employment contracts (in the form of the NPFL Standard Player Contract), the duration of which was 10th November 2018 to 9th November 2021.

In rejecting the clearance letter, the LMC stated that a “contract or agreement must be signed or executed by each party to the said agreement. The fact that the clearance letter was signed only by the Club through indicates that it cannot be deemed to be an agreement.”

Fatuwanse was awarded ₦4,800,000 representing the remaining two years of his three year contract and another ₦600,000 unpaid arrears of three months consolidated salary as stipulated in the contract before it was wrongfully terminated by the club.

Credits: Adeboju Tobi Samuel (OgaNla)

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Nigerians Reacts as Anthony Joshua Enrols for NIN

With the recent photos of Nigerian born British boxer, Anthony Joshua, at the office of the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) Office where he enrolled for the national identity card and Nigerians have reacted.

The agency had shared the world heavyweight champion thumb printing and also issued his NIN slip almost immediately after completing the process.

Anthony Joshua at NIMC office applying for NIN

Victor Owo while reacting said “all animals are equal. Some animals are more equal than the others. Shame on you people for this.”

“A VIP gets his in a few minutes. People have registered since 2014 and are yet to get a slip 6 years after. Shame on you NIMC.”

Same was echoed by Latifah Adebayo Ohio who said she has been waiting for hers since 2014.

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Quite funny was one user, @Queenrudy, who has not picked up hers but was notified that the card has expired since December 2019.

Joshua is currently in Sagamu, Ogun State where he visited the palace of Akarigbo of Remo.

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