Prostitutes offer free services in Benin after Super Eagles won AFCON 2013

Commercial sex workers in Benin City on Sunday night offered free services to any man that came their way as part celebrations marking Super Eagles’ victory at the just concluded African Nations Cup in South Africa.

Many of the sex workers in Ugbague, Dawson road near Felona Hotel and Wire Road told our correspondent that the Eagles victory had given them “happiness.”

In the hotel shout of “up Super Eagles” rented the air.

“See Mr. Journalists, if you want sex, I will give you for free because our guys in Super Eagles today are my men. If Victor Moses, Sunday Mba and others are here today, I will have offered them free service.

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“Oga, reporter, am an Igbo woman, the guy that scored the goal for Nigeria is my brother, if see him, I will service him specially, or can you link me up.

“Since the Super Eagles players are not here for us to be offered free services, any of our customers that come will benefit from these services.”

Also on Sunday, two people were reportedly killed by vehicle while celebrating Nigeria’s triumph in the tournament.

The victims were killed opposite a brothel in the Edo State capital by an Opel Omega, said to be on high speed.

The men, according to one of their friend, who simply identified himself as Samson, said that they all left the hotel to cross to the other side of the road when the vehicle ran over the victims, killing them on the spot.

Meanwhile, Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has congratulated the Super Eagles on their victory at the tournament.

In a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Peter Okhiria, Oshiomhole said “the victory of the Eagles is a reflection of the can-do spirit which makes Nigerians stand out anywhere in the World

AFCON triumph: “It is a dream come true for me” – Sunday Mba

 Sunday Mba, who struck a sublime volley, to hand Nigeria a 1-0 win over Burkina Faso, in the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations, has said it was a dream to score the winning goal and hopes his impressive showing at the tournament, will push his football career to the next level.

“I’m so happy it is a dream come true. I don’t know what to say. We really worked hard and we were looking forward to this day and I’m so happy for this,” he told British Eurosport

“It will go a long way towards my career. This is my first time and I’m very happy. We gave all that we had.”

Mba, who also scored the winning goal against Cote d’Ivoire, currently plays for Warri Wolves in Nigeria.




D’banj will perform live at the closing ceremony of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations which will hold this Sunday February 10th. He will perform two songs; Oliver Twist and Top of the World. His brother K-Switch and DB records artist, J Sol will join him on stage. Of course other South African artists will also perform at the closing ceremony. Good stuff!

Afcon – 6 Governors to watch Eagles against Mali

Nigeria’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Sonni Samuel Yusuf walked taller Sunday when the Super Eagles sent Ivory Coast’s Elephants crashing out of the Nations Cup.

The High Commissioner who said that he was proud to be a Nigerian informed that about Six Governors in Nigeria called to congratulate him and to also inform him that they would be in South Africa to watch the semi final cracker against Mali on Wednesday in Durban.

“I’m particularly elated because nobody gave these boys any chance of survival against Cote d’Ivoire. God loves Nigeria and we should learn to believe in ourselves.

I am proud to be a Nigerian. Nigerians back home are happy and six Governors have called to inform that they will be watching their semi final match in Durban. It could be more but unfortunately my phone has gone off because the battery is down”.

The High Commissioner advised Nigerians not to be cynical against themselves. “We got potentials. Nothing is impossible if we believe in ourselves.

With Cote d’Ivoire out of our way, we must beat Mali. Let the bookmakers tip them to win on paper while we win on the field of play”, the youthful High Commissioner said.

one might begin to such question like “on who’s bill will this be, is it as as official duty or personal expenses.
God help us all