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Coach attributes Kano Pillars’ Handball Premier League victory to sponsors’ dedication, hard work | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⚠️

Coach attributes Kano Pillars’ Handball Premier League victory to sponsors’ dedication, hard work | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⚠️

Coach of the Kano Pillars, Solomon Yola, has attributed his team’s victory at the just concluded Prudent Energy Handball Premier League to hard work, dedication and the commitment of the club’s management to the welfare of the team.

Handball.Share on Telegram No fewer than 14 passengers have lost their lives in a deadly road accident in Kano, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) confirmed.The Twitter Headquarters in San Francisco, California on November 4, 2022.Implement Fund’s training concepts, Jigawa teachers urged United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has commended Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, for signing the child protection bill into law.

Photo/PIXABAY The season five of the Prudent Energy Handball Premier League ended at the Indoor Hall of the University of Lagos, Akoka, at the weekend.Pillars won the men’s version of the Premier League by garnering 65 points from 22 matches.The auto crash involving a Toyota Hummer bus with registration number GML 102 TA belonging to Kano line transport service and a private Hyundai Jeep occurred at Rege village by Antukuwani along Gaya-Wudil highway, about 45 kilometers from the metropolis.The team finished unbeaten at the end of the final phase to successfully defend the title it won last season.(Photo by Samantha Laurey / AFP) • Micro-blogging platform sacks Africa’s team, Musk may scrap it • Firm failed to open Nigerian office in Q1 • Twitter recalls some workers yesterday • Facebook tipped to axe thousands of staff The agreement reached by the Federal Government and management of micro-blogging platform, Twitter, about 10 months ago, may be heading for the rocks, following the recent acquisition by world’s richest man, Elon Musk, who has fired many employees, including top management staff of the firm in a major global shakeup.Speaking with The Guardian, yesterday, Yola said: “I want to thank the almighty God, who enabled us to successfully defend the title we won last season.Mato attributed the accident to overspeeding and dangerous overtaking and urged drivers to ensure the use of speed limit devices.Our accomplishment is something to talk about because of the tough teams we came across during the championship in the first and final phases of the championship, which we won by God’s grace.” According to the country representative, UNICEF hopes that the new law in Adamawa will be effectively implemented and that vulnerable children are supported to survive, thrive and become successful members of the society.

“The team really worked hard by giving their best to winning the final phase of the league in Lagos.5 billion, Federal Government lifted the ban on Twitter operations in Nigeria.Though early preparation was key, coupled with the determination of the players and commitment of the team’s management.Also, our participation at the African Cup Championship was also good for our preparation.“Pillars is a team owned and run by Kano State government, but you’ll always expect challenges and the state did well to motivate us and things eventually worked out the way we expected.Part of the agreements reached between the two parties, according to a statement issued by FG in January, included that “Twitter is committed to establishing a legal entity in Nigeria during the first quarter of 2022.” In this article.Speaking to participants from Chamo Ward in Dutse Local Council, the facilitator, Mrs.

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