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  1. Avatar GrammarNazi March 21st, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    Kenyan’s went ham? as in hard as a m**********r? from the Jay-Z and Kanye West song? Journalism is crashing and burning. Or is this just a personal blog?

    1. Avatar Damilola Daramola March 21st, 2013 at 7:10 pm

      Hahahaha. I paused after I saw that phrase in the article 😀

  2. Avatar Eve Eve Eve March 21st, 2013 at 11:10 pm

    #someonetellnigeria we are disappointed by the way they’re
    treating Harambee. Next time they come here, come with your own airport
    to land”….he killed it lmao

  3. Avatar Fecku March 22nd, 2013 at 12:59 am

    How about the blogger balance it by posting how we blew KenYAMS to smithereens? Stewpid journalist/blogger

    1. Avatar ukweliusemwe March 22nd, 2013 at 6:19 am

      Who are those?

  4. Avatar Lord Sagwe March 22nd, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Say, Kenyans stamping their authority in the continent….

  5. Avatar Axeman777 March 22nd, 2013 at 8:59 am

    Kenyans are toddlers when it comes to twitter fights against Nigerians. Just ask the Ghanaians…

    U just cannot win against 170 million Nigerians. So don’t even start, cause we will finish it.

    My advice to Kenyans- Have a cold bottle of beer, take 2 tokes of Hashish and CHILL-THE-FUKK-OUT!!!

    1. Avatar pauline kariuki March 22nd, 2013 at 12:59 pm

      I beg to differ that was maltreatment and if you people treat visitors so well, we would like to know what that was…It is unacceptable and inhuman to treat people you do not know badly, all the blessings they ought to have brought will go back with them its even written in the bible…that was really SHAMEFUL

      1. Avatar Axeman777 March 22nd, 2013 at 1:24 pm

        I repeat, ask your Kenyan football federation what exactly happened-
        NFF response-
        But reacting to the allegations of made
        by the Kenyans, the NFF dismissed the complaints that they were not
        received on arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos
        on Wednesday, as pure fiction.

        NFF’s spokesperson Ademola Olajire said,
        “Nigerians are known to be good hosts at any time and we have not done
        less for the Kenyan delegation.

        “Our protocol officials were at the
        Lagos airport to receive them, and took them to the Silver Grandeur
        Hotel, which is not a substandard hotel as being claimed.”

        Olajire said the Kenyans were very
        uncooperative concerning their trip to Nigeria, “For more than one week,
        we sent several mails to the Football Kenya Federation but they refused
        to respond to any. The NFF was forced to be relating with them through
        the Kenyan High Commission in Nigeria.

        “Strangely, they arrived with attitude
        and they have carried on that way. On Thursday, we flew them to Calabar
        and they were received like royalty, with a performance by a cultural
        troupe thrown in. Yet, they still complained about almost everything,
        including questioning why the NFF took the match to Calabar.”
        Kenya captain, Denis Oleich refused to talk to reporters.
        _Source-Punch Newspapers

  6. Avatar pauline kariuki March 22nd, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    I thought so highly of Nigerians till this happened…am so disappointed.

  7. Avatar Axeman777 March 22nd, 2013 at 1:42 pm

    NFF response to This Day Newspapers-

    We played Namibia in Calabar in an
    earlier match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification series, and also
    played against Rwanda and Liberia there. None of these teams had
    anything to complain about.”

    In a separate report by Kickoff, a top official of NFF, Bola Oyeyode,
    disclosed that the Kenyan delegation never had the intention to disclose
    its travel plans to the federation, if going by the correspondents
    between the two up till the arrival of to the arrival on Wednesday.

    “To start with, they were playing hide and seek about their travel
    arrangements,” Oyeyode began. “They refused to communicate their arrival
    date to us despite numerous letters from us to them.

    “In all those communications, we copied their embassy here and FIFA and we still have the letters here.

    “It was only on Monday afternoon that they wrote to us informing us they would arrive on Wednesday afternoon.

    “Even their embassy was finding it hard getting information out of
    them. An embassy official called Mr Tony was doing his best to help us,
    but even he could not get anything out of them.”

    When information eventually came, it was too limited, according to Oyeyode.

    “They told us they were coming with a 25-man delegation, but didn’t
    give us any names, so we could not book the connecting flight to Calabar

    “When it was getting late, we used our relationship with the airline to
    book 25 seats with no names, only for them to arrive with a 35-man

    “In their letter, they never said they wanted to train in Lagos. The
    arrangement was for them to come in and fly straight to Calabar. But
    their flight arrived at noon, and the flight to Calabar is usually at

    “At no time did we discuss anything about a chartered aircraft. Even
    our own team, who are African champions, flew to Calabar on a regular
    commercial flight.”

    Regarding the training ground, Oyeyode said the Kenyans picked the
    substandard ground on the advise of one of their ‘consultants’.

    “We went out of our way to book the training pitch of the National Stadium in Surulere for them at very, very short notice.

    “But they refused to go there, after they were advised by one their men
    on the ground here, and they chose that primary school to train.”

  8. Avatar The Early Air Way May 16th, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    That’s very bad, The Nigeria Football Federation shouldn’t have done this when they were instructed by FIFA security officer.


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