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Below are the headlines found on The Punch Online Newspaper for today, Tuesday, 13 February, 2018.

Tue, 13 Feb 2018

At the closing of the two-day summit on national security organised by the Senate, state governors and the federal parliament have agreed to allow states to have their police.

They backed Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo who stated at the opening of the event on Thursday that state police was “the way to go.”

Participants, who included the leadership and members of the Senate, governors and service chiefs, as well as community, religious and traditional leaders, also raised the issue of restructuring and true federalism at the summit.

Strong indications emerged after the summit that some issues raised might come up as amendment bills to alter the constitution.

Speaking with journalists at the NAF Centre Abuja venue, Chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum and Governor of Zamfara State, Abdulaziz Yari, said governors called for the decentralisation of the country’s police.

He said, “The takeaway from this summit is that the Vice-President raised some of the key discussions on that day – 17th August, 2017 – about state police. Yes, the state police issue is something that we have agreed on in 2011 and 2015 during constitution amendments.

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
The Benue State Police command has said that  the body of one of the officers it declared missing after an attack by Fulani herdsmen on Saturday night at the Azege-Ayilamo community in the Logo Local Government Area of the state had been found.

In a statement by the command spokesman, ASP, Moses Yamu, made available to our correspondent in Makurdi on Monday, the command lamented the death of one of the missing policemen.

Yamu stated, “He was found brutally slaughtered, with both eyes  and ears as well as nose removed. We pray that God Almighty grants him eternal rest.”

The command said that it remained committed  to its statutory  and daunting obligation of ensuring security of lives and property in the state.

The command had stated on Saturday that suspected herdsmen had ambushed a patrol team at Azege Ayilamo in the Logo council area with four of its men missing.

Two of the missing policemen were said to have been rescued on Sunday.

In a related development, suspected Fulani herdsmen, on Monday, shot and killed two officers of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, who were on special operations at the Guma Local Government Area of Benue State.

The incident, according to a security source, occurred at Awamye near Kasseyo village in the local government area.

The victims were said to have been ambushed by suspected Fulani herdsmen at a stream in Awanye.

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
A former Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Alani Akinrinade, has said that restructuring is unavoidable and inevitable for Nigeria in the face of national consensus which has coalesced around the issue.

The former Chief of Army Staff from October 1979 to April 1980, therefore, called on the Federal Government to take immediate steps towards restructuring the country in the best interest of the citizenry.

Akinrinade expressed these positions on Monday in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, while delivering a lecture, titled, ‘Restructuring and the Dawn of a new Nigeria’ as part of the activities marking the sixth anniversary of Governor Seriake Dickson.

Proponents of restructuring, who formed a panel of discussants  include, a former governor of Anambra State, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife; President of the Arewa Youth Consultative Forum, Mr. Shettima Yerima; Spokesman for Afenifere, Yinka Odumakin; and the founding President, Nigeria Oral Literature Association, Prof. Godini Darah.

While stressing the need for state police, Akinrinade particularly urged President Muhammadu Buhari to initiate a bill to unbundle the overburdened centre by removing some of the items in the current Exclusive List.

“In the last few weeks, a national consensus seems to have coalesced around the issue. Restructuring is unavoidable and inevitable for Nigeria. It is not a done deal yet; neither are the procedures and modus operandi cast in marble.

“But with the All Progressives Congress committee on the subject turning in one of many of the cardinal imperatives of restructuring report with a bold approval and the Peoples Democratic Party buying substantially into the project through its legislative caucus, a new vista of bi-partisan cooperation has been opened.

“If we cast our mind to the recent battle for restructuring in Nigeria, we see all the rich ironies of history in slow motion. Four years ago as the battle for the restructuring of the nation raged unabated, then President Goodluck Jonathan convoked a National Political Conference with the express mandate to look at the grave political issues facing Nigeria and come up with an acceptable solution.

“Given the urgency of the situation, one would have thought that the convener would have acted with express resolve once the conference turned in its report. But for reasons best known to him, Jonathan delayed and prevaricated until he was defeated in a landmark presidential election, which for the first time in the history of the nation had the opposition winning by a landslide.

“In his own case, and as if the government is a radical discontinuum, President Muhammadu Buhari would have nothing to do with the conference report. In fact, it is on record that the former infantry officer went as far as to flatly assert that he would make sure that the report ended up in a permanent cooler – the archives. This was not just a case of benign indifference but active hostility.”

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
The Federal High Court sitting in Wawa Cantonment, Kainji, Niger State, on Monday sentenced 35-year-old Haruna Yahaya to 15 years imprisonment for terrorism offences.

Yahaya, whose left arm and left leg are crippled, was convicted for being a member of the proscribed Boko Haram terrorist group and participating in the abduction of over 200 schoolgirls in Chibok, Borno State, in 2014.
He was said to have participated in Boko Haram’s attacks in Chibok, Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State and Gabsuri town in the Damboa Local Government Area of the state.

Yahaya had on Monday pleaded guilty to the two counts preferred against him by the Federal Government, but pleaded for mercy, saying he was forcefully conscripted into the terrorist group.

Four judges of the Federal High Court are sitting in the special courts established in Kainji by the court management to fast-track the trial of over 1,000 suspects currently held in the Wawa Cantonment.

The National Human Rights Commission and the Nigerian Bar Association were on the ground to observe the proceedings.

The defendants are being prosecuted by lawyers from the Federal Ministry of Justice while they are being defended by lawyers from the Legal Aid Council.

The Monday’s proceedings which commenced at about noon were still going on as of when the report was filed at about 7.30pm.

As of the time of filing this report, over 30 cases had been heard by the four courts.

At least 20 persons, who pleaded guilty to the various crimes they were accused of had been convicted as of the time of filing this report.

They were convicted for offences mainly bordering on being members of the Boko Haram sect, giving information to the sect in support of its operations and refusing to disclose information to secure the apprehension of members of the sect to law enforcement agencies.

They were charged and convicted under various provisions of the Terrorism Prevention Act 2011 (as amended).

Others who pleaded not guilty had their cases transferred to Abuja for continuation of trial.

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Eniola Akinkuotu, Abuja Ahead of the Valentines Day which will hold on Wednesday, the National Agency for the Control of AIDS has called on Nigerians, especially the youths, not to engage in unprotected sex. The DG of NACA, Dr. Sani Aliyu, was quoted as saying this in a statement signed by the Public Relations Officer [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
The OurMumuDonDo group led by popular musician, Charles Oputa a.k.a. Charly Boy, and other civil rights groups have protested against the registration of underage voters in northern Nigeria, particularly in Kano State.

The groups, therefore, called on the Independent National Electoral Commission to ensure that children are not allowed to vote in 2019.

The call came amid pictures trending on the social media showing children between the ages of eight and 15 voting during the recently concluded local government election in Kano State.

The coalition also called on INEC to ensure that the process of registration and collection of Permanent Voter Cards were not cumbersome.

Mr. Deji Adeyanju, who read a statement at the headquarters of INEC in Abuja on Monday, said if the process of registration was too difficult, many Nigerians would be discouraged and ultimately might not vote in 2019.

The letter, which was received by the Assistant Director in charge of security, Mr. J. Musa, was signed by Charly Boy, Deji Adeyanju (Concerned Nigerians); Ariyo Atoye (Coalition in Defence Of Nigerian Democracy), Bako  Usman (Campaign For Democracy) and Moses Paul (MAD Connect).

The coalition also said it was interested in working with INEC to address voter apathy and disenfranchisement “as a result of the long time practice of rigidity in the electoral process.”

The group highlighted the issue of electronic voting and the challenges of documentation and population of eligible voters, which it said needed public engagement.

“We humbly request a strategic engagement with INEC to discuss the issues identified above and other likely developments obstructing the electoral process and how we can equally be of significant help as stakeholders,” the letter read in part.

The movement stated that if necessary actions were not taken to remedy the deficiencies plaguing the electoral process, “it will be difficult to eradicate voter apathy and disenfranchisement, and even more difficult to sustain our democracy.”

However, the Kano State Resident Electoral Commissioner, Prof. Riskuwa Shehu, said INEC did not organise local government elections and so could not be blamed for any cases of underage voting.

Shehu said the voter register used for the local government election was different from the one used by INEC and promised that children would not be allowed to vote in Kano State in 2019.

He referred one of our correspondents to the Chairman of the Kano State Independent Electoral Commission, Prof. Garba Sheka, for more comment.

Efforts to speak with Sheka, however, proved abortive as he did not respond to repeated telephone calls.

Meanwhile, the Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has enjoined students in tertiary institutions in the state that are 18 years and above to ensure that they have a PVC by making themselves available for voter registration at the INEC office nearest to them if they have not registered before.

Okowa gave the advice on Monday at the College of Education, Agbor during a one-day sensitisation/awareness on voter education in tertiary institutions which was organised by the Directorate of Orientation, Governor’s Office in collaboration with the COE, Agbor.

The governor, who was represented by the Information Commissioner, Mr. Patrick Ukah, disclosed that the advice had become necessary as it would enable them to make a well-informed decision on who represents them at the various levels of government.

“We will be failing in our duties if we fail to tell you of the power that you have as eligible voters; you have enormous electoral power to elect any candidate of your choice but you can only do this if you have your PVC,” Okowa stated.

While thanking the Directorate of Orientation and the COE, Agbor, for collaborating to organise the sensitisation/awareness programme on voter education, the governor implored students to put what they were taught into practice by actively exercising their franchise in a responsible manner.

Earlier in his welcome address, the Executive Assistant to the Governor on Orientation, Eugene Uzum, said the import of the sensitisation programme was to adequately enlighten students in tertiary institutions of learning about the need to have a PVC.

Uzum disclosed that the sensitisation/awareness on voter education would take place in all the tertiary institutions of learning in the state, adding that voter education was an essential ingredient needed to stimulate students’ interest in the electoral process.

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Oladimeji Ramon The wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, has accused the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission of making a mockery of the judiciary. This was contained in an application, which she filed through her lawyers, Mr. Ifedayo Adedipe (SAN) and Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN), seeking to reclaim the sums of $8,435,788.84 and N7.35bn [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
John Alechenu, Abuja The National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress has commenced deliberations on the report of the Governor Nasir el-Rufai-led panel on True Federalism. The PUNCH gathered that the party decided that it would advise President Muhammadu Buhari to implement aspects of the report that would not require constitution amendments. It was [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Olufemi Atoyebi, Ibadan Several members of the All Progressives Congress in Oyo State on Monday protested against what they described as imposition of candidates by Governor Abiola Ajimobi ahead of the May 12 local government election in the state. The aggrieved APC members, who came from all the council areas of the state, stormed the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Oladimeji Ramon A former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu (retd.), who is being prosecuted for an alleged fraud of N22.8bn, has returned to the negotiating table with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, seeking possible out-of-court settlement. Amosus new move is coming about 16 months after he abandoned his initial proposition to [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Friday Olokor, Jos The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yoruba land, Otunba Gani Adams, in Lagos on Monday, visited the German Consular General in Lagos, Ingo Herbert, with a promise to establish a Peace and Conflict Resolution strategy, to solve the problem of illegal migrants across Europe. He also pledged to promote the Yoruba globally. According [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Eniola Akinkuotu, Abuja The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has grilled a few managers and invited some contractors of the National Health Insurance Scheme. It was learnt on Monday that more officials had also been invited by the EFCC to explain their role in the N919m fraud allegedly perpetrated by the recently reinstated Executive Secretary [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
John Charles, Makurdi The Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has told his counterpart in Plateau State, Mr. Simon Lalong, to mind his own business and not to interfere with the issue of Benue. Ortom handed this warning to the representative of Lalong at the stakeholders meeting with the National Economic Council Technical Committee on Herdsmen/Farmers [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Oladimeji Ramon One of the opposition parties in the country, KOWA Party, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of nepotism and favouritism in the reinstatement of the suspended Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme, Prof. Usman Yusuf. The National Secretary of KOWA Party, Mark Adebayo, said it was curious that the President would order [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Samuel Awoyinfa, Oladimeji Ramon and Alexander Okere A former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has described as shocking, the death of a former military administrator and an ex-member of the National Assembly, Senator John Shagaya. Also, former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar, and the Governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, expressed sadness and disbelief at the death of [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
John Ameh, Abuja A member of the House of Representatives, Mr. Douye Diri, said on Monday that the real reason the National Assembly changed the sequence of elections ahead of the 2019 polls was to stop other candidates from riding on the popularity of the President to win their own contests. The Senate and the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Success Nwogu, Ilorin Some youths in the Kwara State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party on Monday protested against the rumoured plan by the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki; his former special adviser on Special Duties and Parliamentary Affairs, Alhaji Moshood Mustapha (popularly known as MM); and other associates of the Senate President to defect [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Femi Makinde and Peter Dada The Nigerian Medical Association has said that the Osun and Ondo states ministries of health in conjunction with the association have placed about 40 persons that had contact with a patient recently killed by Lassa fever under close watch. The Chairman of the NMA in Osun State, Dr. Tokunbo Olajumoke, [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Chidiebube Okeoma, Owerri Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State said on Monday that despite stiff opposition across the state, he would support his son-in-law, Uche Nwosu, to succeed him as governor in 2019, if he declared interest in the governorship seat. Nwosu, who is currently the governors chief of staff, is married to Okorochas first [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Mudiaga Affe, Calabar A former Senate President, Dr. Joseph Wayas; a one-time military administrator of Rivers State, Brig. Gen. Anthony Ukpo (retd.), as well as an ex-Attorney General of the Federation, Kanu Agabi, are expected to grace the Cross River State Governor Ben Ayades civic reception in Ogoja on February 24. The Chairman of the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Afeez Hanafi The Director-General, National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, Juli Okah-Donli, says the agency has launched a manhunt for football academies involved in human trafficking. She said the academies lured young players out of the country on the pretext to place them in football clubs abroad, adding that the youths after [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Afeez Hanafi The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, has appealed to private sector and other stakeholders to partner the state government in sports development. Ambode spoke on Monday at the Lagos House in Alausa, Ikeja, at the inauguration of the new boards of the Lagos State Sports Commission and the Lagos State Sports Trust Fund. [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Sesan Olufowobi The Lagos State Government on Monday approved the extension of the reconstruction of Airport Road to the Ladipo market end of the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway. It said the state would construct a pedestrian bridge at Toyota bus stop, adding that such was in response to the yearnings of traders and residents of the area. [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
US President Donald Trumps daughter-in-law Vanessa was taken to a New York hospital Monday as a precaution after a suspicious package containing an unidentified powder arrived at her home, police said. The letter was sent to Donald Trump Jr, the presidents eldest son, and contained a mysterious substance, according to police. The powder was tested [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Punch Editorial Board Abia State has just escaped from a constitutional maelstrom. Trouble started late in January when the state House of Assembly, in conjunction with Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, unilaterally suspended the states Chief Judge, Theresa Uzokwe. Ikpeazu, acting on a resolution of the House, had appointed another judge, Obisike Orji, in an acting capacity. [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Gbenga Odogun, Lokoja The Speaker, House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has said the National Assembly will resist any move for the concession of Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited, saying doing so will amount to mortgaging Nigeria's future. The Speaker, who said it was a collective shame to all leaders that the project had yet to be [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja The Nigerian electricity supply industry is losing an estimated N24bn monthly as a result of the importation of fuel such as diesel for alternative sources of energy, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has said. According to Fashola, Nigerians consume about 300 million litres of diesel every month and [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Rasheed Bisiriyu At least 1,400 buildings marked for demolition in Abeokua, Ogun State, to pave the way for the construction of the $1.5bn standard gauge Lagos-Ibadan rail line may no longer be pulled down, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has said. The minister, who spoke to journalists on Monday in Ibadan, Oyo State, after [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Okechukwu Nnodim, Abuja Many states in the North are still suffering untold hardship caused by the severe scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit, popularly known as petrol. Kaduna, Nasarawa and Niger states as well as the Federal Capital Territory have been experiencing persistent petrol scarcity since last year, while it was gathered on Monday that the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, will on Thursday speak on the issue of taxation and revenue leakages at a tax conference organised by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development at the United Nations in New York, United States. The Platform for Collaboration on Tax Conference, which will hold between [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The Nigeria Incentive-based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Riela Projects GNA Limited to boost commercial agriculture in the country. NIRSAL was incorporated in 2013 by the Central Bank of Nigeria to improve lending to agriculture by addressing the underlying reasons why banks do not [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The structure of the country's budgeting system whereby huge amount of money is allocated to recurrent spending and debt servicing has been identified as a major reason why Nigerians are not feeling the impact of budgetary spending. The Chief Executive Officer, RTC Advisory Services Limited, Mr. Opeyemi Agbaje, said this during a [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Oyetunji Abioye The naira closed at 363 per United States dollar at the parallel market on Monday despite the sale of the sum of $536m on Friday and Monday by the Central Bank of Nigeria. The naira closed at 363/dollar on Friday. Specifically, the central bank intervened in the inter-bank foreign exchange market with the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has advised wealthy Nigerians to take advantage of the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme to regularise their tax status and escape unsavoury consequences. The minister said this in Enugu State when the state government hosted officials of VAIDS. She said the Federal Government had compiled data on [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Credit and debit cards are handy tools for payment. They can be used online or in person, and it's easy to use somebody else's card. In fact, cards often get passed around, stolen, or otherwise used in ways that weren't intended, according to But credit cards are printed with an authorised cardholder's name. If [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Author of Practical Steps to Financial Independence and business and finance coach, Mr. Usiere Uko, writes about how to change your financial position We all maintain a default financial position, a set point which we gravitate towards, subconsciously, anytime we are dealing with money. A week or two after you receive money; you are back [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Ozioma Ubabukoh Research and planning are vital when thinking about starting up your own Public Relations company. Putting in some solid groundwork will establish your target market, what key services you will need to provide and what sets you apart in the industry. There are also several practical matters to bear in mind; the most [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Stanley Opara Trading on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange extended losses into the sixth consecutive session as sustained profit taking by investors dragged the market further to a one-month low stance. The NSE All-Share Index sank 0.9 per cent lower to close at 42,737.89 from 43,127.92 basis points while the year-to-date return shrank [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Tayo Oke The first generation of voters born under a civilian administration, and who have not tasted a day of military rule ever in this country, will cast their ballot at the 2019 presidential election. They, and the generations after them, will (hopefully) find any idea of power through the barrel of the gun so [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Abayomi Ojo As the four-year mandate given to the Buhari administration in 2015 draws gradually towards an inglorious end, and the many incalculable prospects of 2019 are throwing up the strangest of political permutations in the polity, it is not imperceptible to conclude that a generous assessment is that the administration has frittered away the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Niyi Akinnaso Just when I thought that I had made my final contribution to the controversy over cattle colonies (see No, no to cattle colonies, The PUNCH, January 30, 2018), two recent developments have made it necessary to revisit the topic. Both developments involve the Federal Governments attempts at clarification. First, in two successive speeches, [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Azuka Onwuka The reason the letter former President Olusegun Obasanjo wrote to President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him not to contest the 2019 election, elicited huge interest was not because of its content, but because of Obasanjos stature and his efforts in making Buhari President. Before Obasanjo, many Nigerians had said things weightier than his. But [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Afeez Hanafi A married man, Segun Oluwole, is cooling his heels in police custody after the death of his lovers father on Olaoluwa Street, Oluwo, in the Ope Ilu area of Ogun State. The victim, Alhaji Mukaila Afolabi, who was hypertensive, gave up the ghost after a clash with Oluwole over a fetish concoction. PUNCH [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Samson Folarin The Lagos State Government has said the management of a Chinese firm, Hongxing Steel Company Limited, has a case to answer after an accident left a casual worker, Chris Abiodun, deformed. The Director-General of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Hakeem Dickson, lamented alleged recurring accidents on the premises, adding that the firms Health, [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Femi Makinde, Osogbo A 65-year-old man, Adegoke Atanda and one Obe Adegbola, 50, were on Monday arraigned before a Chief Magistrates Court in Osogbo, Osun State, for allegedly stealing six chickens worth N9,600. The prosecutor, Mr. Gafari Muslimi, told the Chief Magistrate, Mrs. Fatimoh Sodamade, that the accused stole the live chickens from Olu Alabi [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Samson Folarin Nigerians have demanded justice for a former headmistress of Top-Teez Nursery and Primary School, Ifo, Mrs. Ayodeji Orojo, who was allegedly beaten up by two policemen attached to the Ojodu Abiodun Police Division, Ogun State. They asked that the erring cops be identified and punished to serve as a deterrent to others. PUNCH [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Chidiebube Okeoma ,Owerri Scores of indigenes of Umuowa-Ibu, in the Okigwe Local Government Area of Imo State, on Monday barricaded the entrance to the state police command headquarters in Owerri, the state capital. While carrying placards which alleged compromise by the police, the protesters raised the alarm of continous incidents of child thefts in the [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Russian authorities have arrested two employees at a top-secret nuclear research base for allegedly using its supercomputer to mine crypto-currencies. According to news agencies in the country, the Russian Federal Nuclear Centre confirmed the arrests on Friday. But the reports did not indicate whether the employees had made any money from the alleged mining plot. [] 

Tue, 13 Feb 2018
Festus Abu Eight-time African champions the Super Falcons arrived in Abidjan on Monday ahead of the 2018 WAFU Cup of Nations which begins on Wednesday. According to spokesman for the Nigeria Football Federation Ademola Olajire, the teams new coach Thomas Dennerby led the Nigerian delegation consisting of 21 players, assistant coaches Wemimo Mathew and Maureen [] 

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