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Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Nigeria's First Olympic Rower, Ukogu Qualifies For Semi-Final

American-born Nigerian professional rower, Chierika Ukogu made history today Tuesday August 9,2016 for qualifying for the semifinals of rowing at the ongoing Rio 2016 Olympics.

Congrats to her!


44 comments:

  1. Hope she wins a medal. The guy from table tennis audu something made history too by being the first African to get into the quarter finals

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    1. Stella you forgot to add she paid her way to get there without any support from nigeria

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  2. this lagos men series, the storyline is very interesting. hubby and i just finished watching it! Nice one pls upload the next season... married couples this is for you oh!

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    1. Stop polluting this page with your story. Nobody cares. Even if u like go anon one million times

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  3. End time row, row, row your boat...

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    1. LMAO. I swear, I was about to type this exact thing. Omg! As soon as I saw it, that was the song that came to mind. lmao

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    2. Lol,,
      You never seem to amaze me..

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  4. Congrats to us!!! Go girl!!! Make us proud

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  5. Congrats Chierika, we are proud of u, supporting u all the way,
    To imagine that she is a self sponsored participant with no support from the Nigerian government but for the love of the country and the sport, go for gold girl!

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    1. Ohh please shut it
      Take your tribalistic ugly self off the blog..
      Anuofia

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    2. Idiot

      Must you got tribal on this?

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    3. It's not her fault. That's how far she can reason.
      What's the difference between you and those racist?

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    4. Anno u don't need to insult her
      If it's drug peddling now u'll nb quick to say *igbo kwenu*
      So leave her ok
      she didn't insult any tribe

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  7. Wow. Congrats to her and may she scale through to win the gold medal

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  8. this lagos men series, the storyline is very interesting. hubby and i just finished watching it! Nice one pls upload the next season... married couples this is for you oh! #NollyVidz.TV

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    1. Welcome Chioma Okoye, see advert

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  9. Mimi acting is fantastic, mimi please it up. you over try girl this the first in your life you acted very well. #NollyVidz.TV

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  10. the fair lady is very prety good i love her acting but she has igbo girl assent oh! #NollyVidz.TV

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  11. Solomon the man with many drama lifestyle i see you.

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  12. American born...maybe she has never been here even.

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  13. congratulations to her,despite all odds,shoddy preparation she stood out.

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  14. God is really showing us mercy and favour in this olympics. Despite the fact that most of them sponsored themselves, my heart and prayer goes to them. It is well.

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  15. Heard shes self sponsored. Sponsored herself through a go fund me account. Let's make her trend some one in authority can see her and give her the reward due her Wether She wins or not!

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  16. Thought she didnt mk it, cos all dem oda bloggers said she didnt... Am jux saying kinda confused.

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  17. Some Nigerians just makes you proud of tour country, Chierika is one. God bless you hun, go for Gold.

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  18. Making Nigeria proud!!!!!! Rooting for you all the way!!!!! Congrats Chierika!!!!!!

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  19. Wonder where Nigerians get their news...she came 5th out of 6 in her quater final race

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  20. Wonder where Nigerians get their news...she came 5th out of 6 in her quater final race,so how did she qualify or is there a rule i dont understand

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  21. Congrats Nigeria, go girl

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  22. Congrats girl..

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  23. This is what adequate preparing leads to, she sponsored her own program, unlike our home grown participant who have the talent but lack the funding..

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  24. I have not been watching this olympic, which station or channel are they showing it and what time. Been busy

    Congrats to her

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    1. Cartoon network

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    2. olympic ko,Jago milk ni...
      Olympics**
      Oh,and they show it on zee world...hihihi

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  25. olympic ko,Jago milk ni...
    Olympics**
    Oh,and they show it on zee world...hihihi

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