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SUPER EAGLES COACH JOSE PESEIRO ARRIVES UYO TODAY FOR AKWA UTD/PLATEAU UTD CLASH

-TO INSPECT NEST OF CHAMPIONS SUNDAY


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Super Eagles head Coach Jose Peseiro will arrive Uyo today to watch Nigeria Professional Football League match between reigning Champions Akwa United and visiting Plateau United slated for Four O'clock in the afternoon at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium.


Coach Peseiro who took charge of Super Eagles in May will be accompanied by his assistant Acacio Dos Santos and Super Eagles Head of Administration Enebi Achor.


The Portuguese tactician who led the senior national team to a 0-10 victory over Sao Tome and Principe will be the special guest of honour on match-day 35 when 8th placed Akwa United will square up against 2nd placed Plateau United.


Coach Peseiro has been scheduled to have a technical session with Coach Ayodeji Ayeni of Akwa United and the head Coach of Plateau United Fidelis Ilechukwu after the crucial game.


With Godswill Akpabio International Stadium selected by Confederation of African Football CAF as one of the two venues suitable to host international games in Nigeria, coach Peseiro will on Sunday morning be conducted round facilities at the stadium by a member of the NFF technical committee Elder Paul Bassey ahead of the 2023 AFCON qualifier against Guinea-Bissau in September.

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https://avalanches.com/ng/kaduna_the_aftermath_of_covid_19_in_kaduna429975_17_06_2020

THE AFTERMATH OF COVID 19 IN KADUNA.

For over two months businesses, schools and worship centres were all grounded but the business life of Kaduna is pumping again. Everyone feels so excited to carry out his/her daily activities with so much vigour and pride. The lockdown has taught alot of people to appreciate the small business they have. I spoke to Usman who is car washer he said " I have really suffered because I couldn't make any money during the lockdown, nobody came to wash his car as everyone is scared of contracting the virus. So I'm very excited to be back to my business." The life of Kaduna is back again but with strict directives from the government concerning the use of face mask, the agreed number of commuters in buses and the need to improve personal hygiene.


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