Lorient striker, Terem Moffi, has admitted his impressive performances for the Ligue 1 club in the 2020-21 season earned him his first call-up to the Nigeria national team.
Moffi is part of Gernot Rohr’s squad that will play Cameroon in international friendlies on Friday and June 8 respectively in Austria.
He netted 16 goals across all competitions, including 14 in Ligue 1 and provided three assists in 36 appearances to catch the attention of the Super Eagles scouting team.
“I didn’t really paint the Ligue 1 red, but I think I tried my best; 14 goals, that’s fair,” Moffi told Brila.
“We had a difficult season and towards the end, I had some really good show and I think that’s what really earned me the call up to the Super Eagles and I’m really grateful for this.”
Moffi could make his debut appearance for the three-time African champions against the Indomitable Lions especially after a number of the invited players, including Napoli forward Victor Osimhen pulled out of the game due to injury.
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said a total of 160,617 candidates have written the 2021 Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
It took place on Thursday, in 777 centres across the country.
The examination is aimed at preparing candidates for the actual UTME, due to take place between June 19 and July 3, 2021.
JAMB’s Head of Media and Protocol, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, told reporters at the end of the exercise in Abuja, that the essence of the mock exam was to test the capacity and suitability of the centres.
“We have over 160,617 candidates sitting for this mock examinations in all our CBT centres. We received report of complaint of capacity and stability from one or two centres.
Nantes winger, Moses Simon, has assured that they will be at their best when they take on Cameroon in international friendlies.
The Super Eagles will face the Indomitable Lions in a double-header, with the first outing scheduled for this Friday.
Simon believes the encounters will be tough, but remains confident the three-time African champions will be battle-ready.
“We know Cameroon is not an easy team, we’ve beaten them three or four times in a row,” Simon told Super Eagles Media after the team’s training on Wednesday.
“We know they will be prepared but I believe we will be ready for them. It was fantastic and the session we did today was good,” Simon told Super Eagles media team.
The Uche Okwukwu-led leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has told President Muhammadu Buhari to apologize to the Igbo nation over his recent threats.
This was contained in a statement signed by Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the Secretary-General Ohanaeze Ndigbo on behalf of Okwukwu on Thursday.
The group said that it was furious that President Buhari could make such a provocative statement, when the people are yet to get over the wounds of the civil war.
Ohanaeze Ndigbo also stated that they are solidly behind the efforts of the governors of the southeast in restoring peace and stability within the region at this trying times, and demanded that the President should regularly meet with the governors, leaders and youths of the Southeast in order to fashion out ways of nipping in...