Zambia Finish 2nd In Adidas/Korea Tourney After Bashing Honduras 4-1

Zambia’s Under-20 has finished runners up at the four nations Adidas Invitational tournament in South Korea after beating Honduras 4-1. Honduras were on the receiving end as Zambia Under-20 ran amok to silence the Central Americans 4-1 at the Adidas … Continued

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Zambia’s Under-20 has finished runners up at the four nations Adidas Invitational tournament in South Korea after beating Honduras 4-1. Honduras were on the receiving end as Zambia Under-20 ran amok to silence the Central Americans 4-1 at the Adidas 4-nation Invitational tournament at the Jeju Stadium. After a losing 4-1 to hosts South Korea, coach Beston Chambeshi played his best cards guiding his African kings back to a comfortable victory. Leading scorer and Sweden bound Edward Chilufya opened the scoring. It was the Mpande Youth Academy star’s third goal in as many matches. Portugal based Emmanuel JR Banda netted a trademark cracker for number two. A beautiful left footed effort off the edge of the box that sailed into the roof of the net. Impressive midfielder Enock “Computer” Mwepu scored the third in a sizzling first half showing. There was still time in the half for Honduras to pull one back from the penalty spot. It was 3-1 at half-time. In the second half, the African champions controlled proceedings and commander-in-chief Mwepu completed the rout with his second of the day. Zambia was using the tournament to prepare for the May FIFA World Cup. Korea Republic win the tournament on head to head count and young Chipolopolo emerge second. Zambia: Mangani Banda, Shemmy Mayembe, Moses Nyondo (Sydney Phiri), Solomon Sakala, Benson Chali, Crispin Sakulanda, Emmanuel Banda, Enock Mwepu, Edward Chilufya (Musonda “Barbe” Siame), Kenneth Kalunga. Goals: Chilufya, Banda, Mwepu (2). The post Zambia Finish 2nd In Adidas/Korea Tourney After Bashing Honduras 4-1 appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Dogara – Nigeria Can’t Totally Eliminate Corruption

[This Day] Abuja -The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Yakubu Dogara, has said corruption is not something that can be “totally” eliminated in any nation, including Nigeria, just like other vices, adding that what the government can do is t…

[This Day] Abuja -The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hon Yakubu Dogara, has said corruption is not something that can be "totally" eliminated in any nation, including Nigeria, just like other vices, adding that what the government can do is to reduce it to the barest minimum-to a level that is almost seen as non-existent.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

CSOs Petition UN Over Amnesty International

[Daily Trust] About 100 civil society groups have signed a petition urging the United Nations to prevail on Amnesty International to desist from what they termed ‘plot to destabilize Nigeria’.

[Daily Trust] About 100 civil society groups have signed a petition urging the United Nations to prevail on Amnesty International to desist from what they termed 'plot to destabilize Nigeria'.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Grants Peace Corps’ Boss N10 Million Bail

[This Day] Abuja -The Abuja division of the Federal High Court has admitted the National Commandant of the Peace Corps of Nigeria, Mr. Dickson Akor, to bail in the sum of N10million.

[This Day] Abuja -The Abuja division of the Federal High Court has admitted the National Commandant of the Peace Corps of Nigeria, Mr. Dickson Akor, to bail in the sum of N10million.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kwara Assembly Intervenes As Pest Invades Farms

[Daily Trust] Ilorin -The Kwara State House of Assembly has enjoined the state government to draw the attention of the federal government to the invasion of farms by pests in the state, with a view to collaborating with the International Institute of T…

[Daily Trust] Ilorin -The Kwara State House of Assembly has enjoined the state government to draw the attention of the federal government to the invasion of farms by pests in the state, with a view to collaborating with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture in combating the problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria