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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2021 7:36 pm 
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Coming back to life is now reseeding the pitch?

What about adding modern technology and etc?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2021 8:56 pm 
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Another avenue concocted by the government to steal money. Are you telling me they couldn't maintain the grass in a stadium fairly new? I believe their first game was against Brazil ( 2003)


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 11:46 am 
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Another avenue concocted by the government to steal money. Are you telling me they couldn't maintain the grass in a stadium fairly new? I believe their first game was against Brazil ( 2003)


I know some of you don't trust government but at least lets get the facts right first. How can government steal from Dangote who is funding the renovation 100%?

https://thenationonlineng.net/minister- ... dy-in-may/

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The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, said the National Stadium pitch in Surulere, Lagos, will be ready for use as from May 2021.

Speaking in Lagos on Friday, he noted that the contractors handling renovation of the pitch and tracks had assured the ministry of early completion of the renovation works on the main bowl pitch and tracks as scheduled.

He said: “This arrangement is under the adoption initiative which is a public-private model that we developed. We were able to pitch that as a ministry and government to the private sector and we found a philanthropist and lover of sport Sir Adebutu Keshington, who was convinced about the proposal. He’s somebody that has the youth of this country at heart and he has done so much to support youth sport development.

So, as a form of CSR he is committed to providing fund a 100 percent and I think he’s doing that and we have no doubt that it will be completed in May.

“By extension we also want to thank Alhaji Aliko Dongote of Dangote Group by providing similar fund for the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, which should be ready hopefully by March and have our national team play there.”

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 27, 2021 8:15 pm 
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Lolly wrote:
highbury wrote:
Another avenue concocted by the government to steal money. Are you telling me they couldn't maintain the grass in a stadium fairly new? I believe their first game was against Brazil ( 2003)


I know some of you don't trust government but at least lets get the facts right first. How can government steal from Dangote who is funding the renovation 100%?

https://thenationonlineng.net/minister- ... dy-in-may/

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The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, said the National Stadium pitch in Surulere, Lagos, will be ready for use as from May 2021.

Speaking in Lagos on Friday, he noted that the contractors handling renovation of the pitch and tracks had assured the ministry of early completion of the renovation works on the main bowl pitch and tracks as scheduled.

He said: “This arrangement is under the adoption initiative which is a public-private model that we developed. We were able to pitch that as a ministry and government to the private sector and we found a philanthropist and lover of sport Sir Adebutu Keshington, who was convinced about the proposal. He’s somebody that has the youth of this country at heart and he has done so much to support youth sport development.

So, as a form of CSR he is committed to providing fund a 100 percent and I think he’s doing that and we have no doubt that it will be completed in May.

“By extension we also want to thank Alhaji Aliko Dongote of Dangote Group by providing similar fund for the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, which should be ready hopefully by March and have our national team play there.”


Are you serious? Who is awarding Dangote the contract? Government! Do you think the person responsible for awarding the contracts wouldn't get their cut? Do you not think the contract is hyperinflated to make the most money? Please don't be naive. Dangote is the recipient of most government contracts and these people in government hide their money with Dangote. Don't be naive


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 5:13 pm 
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highbury wrote:
Lolly wrote:
highbury wrote:
Another avenue concocted by the government to steal money. Are you telling me they couldn't maintain the grass in a stadium fairly new? I believe their first game was against Brazil ( 2003)


I know some of you don't trust government but at least lets get the facts right first. How can government steal from Dangote who is funding the renovation 100%?

https://thenationonlineng.net/minister- ... dy-in-may/

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The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, said the National Stadium pitch in Surulere, Lagos, will be ready for use as from May 2021.

Speaking in Lagos on Friday, he noted that the contractors handling renovation of the pitch and tracks had assured the ministry of early completion of the renovation works on the main bowl pitch and tracks as scheduled.

He said: “This arrangement is under the adoption initiative which is a public-private model that we developed. We were able to pitch that as a ministry and government to the private sector and we found a philanthropist and lover of sport Sir Adebutu Keshington, who was convinced about the proposal. He’s somebody that has the youth of this country at heart and he has done so much to support youth sport development.

So, as a form of CSR he is committed to providing fund a 100 percent and I think he’s doing that and we have no doubt that it will be completed in May.

“By extension we also want to thank Alhaji Aliko Dongote of Dangote Group by providing similar fund for the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, which should be ready hopefully by March and have our national team play there.”


Are you serious? Who is awarding Dangote the contract? Government! Do you think the person responsible for awarding the contracts wouldn't get their cut? Do you not think the contract is hyperinflated to make the most money? Please don't be naive. Dangote is the recipient of most government contracts and these people in government hide their money with Dangote. Don't be naive

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: Bro! You sabi read so?

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Port Harcourt Stadium is always ready. We don't need handouts from Senior allies to fix our stadium. What a shame!

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Port Harcourt Stadium is always ready. We don't need handouts from Senior allies to fix our stadium. What a shame!

Let's be serious here. We are not talking about remote locations here, we are talking about our national stadium which means the great cities of Lagos and Abuja.

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Port Harcourt Stadium is always ready. We don't need handouts from Senior allies to fix our stadium. What a shame!

Let's be serious here. We are not talking about remote locations here, we are talking about our national stadium which means the great cities of Lagos and Abuja.


When will Massa Dangote get the Lagos Stadium ready? We have games in March.

So some people cannot do anything on their own without running to Senior ally for handout? Tufiakwa!

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1naija wrote:
YemiBrazil wrote:
1naija wrote:
Port Harcourt Stadium is always ready. We don't need handouts from Senior allies to fix our stadium. What a shame!

Let's be serious here. We are not talking about remote locations here, we are talking about our national stadium which means the great cities of Lagos and Abuja.


When will Massa Dangote get the Lagos Stadium ready? We have games in March.

So some people cannot do anything on their own without running to Senior ally for handout? Tufiakwa!

:clap: :clap: abi oo, told them

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highbury wrote:
Lolly wrote:
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Another avenue concocted by the government to steal money. Are you telling me they couldn't maintain the grass in a stadium fairly new? I believe their first game was against Brazil ( 2003)


I know some of you don't trust government but at least lets get the facts right first. How can government steal from Dangote who is funding the renovation 100%?

https://thenationonlineng.net/minister- ... dy-in-may/

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The Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, said the National Stadium pitch in Surulere, Lagos, will be ready for use as from May 2021.

Speaking in Lagos on Friday, he noted that the contractors handling renovation of the pitch and tracks had assured the ministry of early completion of the renovation works on the main bowl pitch and tracks as scheduled.

He said: “This arrangement is under the adoption initiative which is a public-private model that we developed. We were able to pitch that as a ministry and government to the private sector and we found a philanthropist and lover of sport Sir Adebutu Keshington, who was convinced about the proposal. He’s somebody that has the youth of this country at heart and he has done so much to support youth sport development.

So, as a form of CSR he is committed to providing fund a 100 percent and I think he’s doing that and we have no doubt that it will be completed in May.

“By extension we also want to thank Alhaji Aliko Dongote of Dangote Group by providing similar fund for the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, which should be ready hopefully by March and have our national team play there.”


Are you serious? Who is awarding Dangote the contract? Government! Do you think the person responsible for awarding the contracts wouldn't get their cut? Do you not think the contract is hyperinflated to make the most money? Please don't be naive. Dangote is the recipient of most government contracts and these people in government hide their money with Dangote. Don't be naive


Oga, you don’t understand the model. This is not a government contract and Dangote is not benefiting anything from the stadium renovation.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 10:52 pm 
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1naija wrote:
YemiBrazil wrote:
1naija wrote:
Port Harcourt Stadium is always ready. We don't need handouts from Senior allies to fix our stadium. What a shame!

Let's be serious here. We are not talking about remote locations here, we are talking about our national stadium which means the great cities of Lagos and Abuja.


When will Massa Dangote get the Lagos Stadium ready? We have games in March.

So some people cannot do anything on their own without running to Senior ally for handout? Tufiakwa!

We are the Senior Allies! :taunt:

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YemiBrazil wrote:
1naija wrote:
YemiBrazil wrote:
1naija wrote:
Port Harcourt Stadium is always ready. We don't need handouts from Senior allies to fix our stadium. What a shame!

Let's be serious here. We are not talking about remote locations here, we are talking about our national stadium which means the great cities of Lagos and Abuja.


When will Massa Dangote get the Lagos Stadium ready? We have games in March.

So some people cannot do anything on their own without running to Senior ally for handout? Tufiakwa!

We are the Senior Allies! :taunt:


When is massa uncle Dangote coming to give the handout?

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New Scoreboards At MKO Abiola Stadium Abuja To Be VAR Compliant
Renovation work in progress at the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja. Photo Olusola ‘Jide
Renovation work in progress at the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja. Photo Olusola ‘Jide

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A top official of Aron Nigeria Limited, the Lagos based Construction Company contracted to renovate the MKO Abiola National stadium in Abuja has said the new scoreboards to be installed at the stadium will be Video Assistant Referee (VAR) compliant.

The official, who spoke to Daily Trust on condition of anonymity, also disclosed that some of the equipment at the sporting edifice were either stolen or vandalised so the company would have to replace them in order to install the new scoreboards.

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He also said the company is on course to meet up with the February 2021 deadline as agreed with the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development.

Our correspondent, who visited the stadium on Tuesday, observed that the former grass on the football pitch was completely hauled off while digging of water passage was being carried out.

“This renovation is in two phases and as we all know, it involves the regressing of the pitch, repairs of the water sprinklers as well as the scoreboard and its accessories.

“The scoreboard will be technologically driven and it will be VAR compliant where replays of actions can be shown.

“We are aware that the cables and other installations have either been stolen or destroyed, but we will go to the control room to begin the fixing.

“The fixing of the scoreboard will begin next week, all things being equal.

“The grass which we will import from Europe will be 6 inches and the soft sand will be used to prevent it from being waterlogged.”

Speaking further, he revealed that the grass, Platinum TE Paspalum to be used will be the same type FIFA has approved for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

According to him, Julius Berger, who constructed the stadium in 2003 used Pure Dynasty Paspalum grass which is out of use for modern stadium.

He also explained that the grass didn’t create enough space for water passage but was quick to say Julius Berger used the technology available at that time.

It will be recalled that Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, had earmarked $1 million for the renovation of some parts of the 60,000 capacity stadium, which had gone from a monument of national pride to a site of national embarrassment.

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Scoreboard VAR compliant?

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Scoreboard VAR compliant?

Imagine that, I mean who writes this stuff?

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Scoreboard VAR compliant?

Imagine that, I mean who writes this stuff?


You obviously haven't been around long enough to know Ohenhen:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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Is $1 million enough to do the renovation? Sounds like a meager amount for the scale of work required.

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