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Monday, December 24, 2018

Nigerian History..

Samuel Okwaraji, Stephen Keshi, Peter Rufai and Coach Yusuff Salami at a qualifying match, at the National Stadium Surulere, Lagos, for the Seoul '88 Olympics (1988)

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  1. See their shorts...choice
    So this is the infamous Sam Okwaraji that we used to sing with his name then we were in nursery and primary school? Heard he slumped and died in the field, may his soul continue to rest in peace.

    Oga Keshi...God bless your soul.

    1. oyibo,supu

      zainab makas

    2. How can you say Samuel Okwaraji is infamous!
      Do you know the meaning of infamous?

    3. @Mhiz, infamous means being known for a bad deed or act. That word cannot be used to describe Okwaraji.

  2. Strong dedicated group.#Godblessthedead

  3. May the departed all rest in peace . It was like a play when Barrister Sam Okwarji died . Keshi's own is still bewildering.
    Salawa Abeni immortalized Olalekan Salami in one of her album .

  4. E Okwaraji, E Okwaraji
    Iwo nikan lowo baba
    Iwo nikan lowo mama
    Tan ba ngba ball lorun, ko ge won lege ara........Kollington Tribute.

    If you are Yoruba and dont know this song, then you be smallie...keep kwayet!


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