Picture above; The Greek player urges Kaita to hold on to his collegue long enough for the referee to notice. Kaita's response in Nigerian jingo approximates "Damn! Boy! This Jabulani is fast!"
Here, player No 16 says to Kaita after the ... | Read More
Judge to child: Do you want to live with your mother?
Child: She beats me.
Judge:Okay, so you want to live with dad?
Judge: Why not?
Child: He beats me too.
Judge: So who do you want to live with?
Child:... | Read More
The expression "He is a 419 guy", in Nigerian local parlance, means the person in question is a fraudster or confidence trickster. It draws from the section of our penal code that bears the punitive description for crimes of fraud and obtaining un... | Read More
Sani Kaita has developed a sudden notoriety that he never dreamed of. No doubt it will vanish as soon as he scores a few goals on the football pitch, such is the way of sports. What will linger though is the new category of kaitaisms he has added ... | Read More
In this game , Kamnik, the world champion failed to see a one-move mate... it goes to show, as one commentator noted, that in chess you can plan all you want but still fail to see that which is planned for you. It is a testimony to how unpredicta... | Read More
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