Nigerians Optimistic Eagles Will Win Remaining Group Matches

[Guardian] Nigerians on Sunday expressed optimism that the Eagles will win the remaining matches in Group D.NAN reports that the Super Eagles lost 2-0 to Croatia in their maiden match in the group.Other countries in the group Argentina and Iceland.

[Guardian] Nigerians on Sunday expressed optimism that the Eagles will win the remaining matches in Group D.NAN reports that the Super Eagles lost 2-0 to Croatia in their maiden match in the group.Other countries in the group Argentina and Iceland.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Rohr Urged to Revert to 4-4-2 Formation, Play Players in Best Positions

[Guardian] Arthur Ebunam, ex-Rangers International has blamed the Super Eagles’ 0-2 loss to Croatia in their World Cup opener on wrong positioning of players and formation not amenable to scoring goals.

[Guardian] Arthur Ebunam, ex-Rangers International has blamed the Super Eagles' 0-2 loss to Croatia in their World Cup opener on wrong positioning of players and formation not amenable to scoring goals.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

“Roots” ‘R’ Us Say the Europeans (Part Two)

[Observer] President George Weah aims to remove the constitutional clause that reserves Liberian citizenship and land ownership for only people of negro descent, while Dr. Carl Patrick Burrowes aims to help Liberians understand their true identity thro…

[Observer] President George Weah aims to remove the constitutional clause that reserves Liberian citizenship and land ownership for only people of negro descent, while Dr. Carl Patrick Burrowes aims to help Liberians understand their true identity through restorative history

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lbdi Fetes Muslims

[Observer] “LBDI is grateful to celebrate the Ramadan with our fellow Muslims who are also our customers,” Mr. George told the Muslim community.

[Observer] "LBDI is grateful to celebrate the Ramadan with our fellow Muslims who are also our customers," Mr. George told the Muslim community.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Give President Weah a Chance!

[Observer] Much has been said about the controversial loan scheme undertaken by the Weah Administration to finance road development projects in the country. Many have argued that the loans were contracted out of the well-known channels of the Bretton W…

[Observer] Much has been said about the controversial loan scheme undertaken by the Weah Administration to finance road development projects in the country. Many have argued that the loans were contracted out of the well-known channels of the Bretton Woods Twins, the IMF and World Bank. But it is possible we could be running too fast to judgment so, we may need to give President Weah a chance.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia