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Funmi Iyanda is a multi award-winning producer and broadcast journalist. She is the CEO of Ignite Media and Executive Director of Creation Television
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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Super Week

FI is away. She will be back with you very soon.
A lot of activities took place in Nigeria in the past few days. The biggest of all which I termed the “Nigeria Super Tuesday” in which the Court of Appeal confirmed President Umaru Yar’Adua and his deputy Goodluck Jonathan as the authentic winner of the April 2007 presidential elections. Meanwhile, the oppositions have faulted the verdict and they intend to take the battle to the Supreme Court (the highest court in the land). We are waiting for the Supreme Court’s “Super Final”.

Meanwhile, on the football scene, Nigerians are anxiously waiting for the Nigerian Football Association (NFA) to name “the man” that will fill the shoes of Mr. Vogts’ (the former Technical Adviser) left behind, after our abysmal performance at the Ghana 2008 Nations’ Cup.

Lastly, the updates on the “indecent dressing bill” will be available soon.

1 comments:

Asabe said...

I believe it is the right of the opposition(Buhari & Atiku) to go to Court to seek justice if they feel aggrieved or chected in any way but as a Nigeria I can comfortably tell you that they (the opposition) do not have anything good to offer Nigeria/Nigerians cos if they did they had the opportunity to do so but chose not to. Besides we as Nigerians have experienced their leadership style in whatever capacity and we said down with them and let smell the clean, fresh air in Nigeria cos we need to move forward.
God bless Nigeria, forward ever backward never.