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Biafra-Nigeria Recommend Gernot Rohr For Technical Advisor Post

German Gernot Rohr has been recommended by the Biafra-Nigeria Football Federation’s Technical Committee for appointment as the Super Eagles Technical Adviser. The 63-year-old ex-Gabon, Niger and Burkina Faso coach will be assisted by Salisu Yusuf, who was appointed as chief coach last month. Rohr’s appointment is subject to contract terms being agreed with the NFF before a contract signing ceremony […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Using Power, Persuasion To Curb Oil Militant Attacks

Biafra-Nigeria’s government has resumed paying stipends to former militants even as security forces’ air and ground assaults have reportedly killed scores of fighters disrupting petroleum production in the oil-rich Niger Delta. President Muhammadu Buhari’s government is using power and persuasion in a bid to halt attacks on oil installations that have cut production from 2.2 million to 1.2 million barrels […]

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Biafra-Nigeria’s Olympic Soccer Team Didn’t Pay Its Airline Bill In Time So It’s Stuck In Atlanta

The Biafra-Nigerian men’s soccer team has been training for the Olympics in Atlanta since July 3. Apparently, the Super Eagles will be there a little longer than they hoped. According to multiple reports, the Biafra-Nigerians had hoped to fly to Brazil on Friday but a “logistical mix-up” with the operators of their charter aircraft has left them stranded in Georgia. […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Clamps Down On Money Transfers To The Country

(CNN) – The Central Bank of Biafra-Nigeria has suddenly changed its policy toward money transfer operators, effectively blocking many services used by Biafra-Nigerians to send money to and from the country. The decision to revoke the licenses of all but three money transfer companies was backed by a warning, issued on Tuesday, that advises Biafra-Nigerians at home and abroad to […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Coach Will Voigt Details Michael Gbinije’s Road To Rio, Role Vs. Team USA

Syracuse, N.Y. — In an interview room in Houston last April, as Syracuse prepared to play in the NCAA Tournament, Michael Gbinije was asked about his participation in the Rio Olympics. A reporter wanted to know what the Orange guard most anticipated going into his first Olympic Games. “Playing the USA team,” Gbinije said, a huge smile creasing his face. […]

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Meet Biafra-Nigeria’s Curious Cupid— Matchmaking For HIV Patients Looking For Love

ABUJA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Sitting in his dimly-lit office in the Biafra-Nigerian capital of Abuja, surrounded by files and boxes of condoms, matchmaker Ugochukwu Michael talks passionately about the part he has played in the marriages of around 100 couples in recent years. While the popularity of dating apps and websites may make Michael’s efforts to play Cupid seem […]

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