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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 4:38 am 
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Three amigos: brigadoon, seloweizer and ohsee at the Radisson Hotel in Curitiba,16 June 2014, waiting for the Eagles to come down and board the team bus. I believe the guys around, including the woman, are NFF officials. Sorry, the guy in glasses standing behind ohsee and leaning forward is analyzer.

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good drop :thumb: Kanu SE Manager for Russia 2018 :thumb:

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 10:04 am 
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Thanks, Bros Ohsee. Really proud of Kanu supporting our teams.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:31 am 
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Thanks, Bros Ohsee. Really proud of Kanu supporting our teams.

No problem, Oga Doctor. More pics, video and gist to come later today.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:44 am 
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ohsee and Nwankwo Kanu in Curitba. Yeah, bad picture, person who took it has no expertise. Now that I have finally figured out how to photobucket with iPad, una go suffa. :taunt: :D


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Chai.... Ya fight with CIC go sweet ooooooo


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:58 am 
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good drop :thumb: Kanu SE Manager for Russia 2018 :thumb:

Is Kanu a coach?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 12:09 pm 
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Ohsee- thanks!!!
It was nice meeting you in Curitiba and again in Ciuaba. I thoroughly enjoyed both cities. São Paulo was also awesome. I still reminisce on the hangout in Taj (in Curitiba) and Choppao (Ciuaba)... :mrgreen:

Will do a story of my entire trip soon.

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Ohsee- thanks!!!
It was nice meeting you in Curitiba and again in Ciuaba. I thoroughly enjoyed both cities. São Paulo was also awesome. I still reminisce on the hangout in Taj (in Curitiba) and Choppao (Ciuaba)... :mrgreen:

Will do a story of my entire trip soon.

I saw more Nigerians in 30 minutes at Sao Paulo airport than I saw in 9 days in Salvador. But they love Nigeria in Salvador o! :thumbs:

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 1:56 pm 
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ohsee and Nwankwo Kanu in Curitba. Yeah, bad picture, person who took it has no expertise. Now that I have finally figured out how to photobucket with iPad, una go suffa. :taunt: :D

Chei! Has anybody figured out that what we are seeing to the left of this picture is NOT a pillar, or a wall or even a giant African ornamental work of art, but the back of somebody's head!
God help us!
Ohsee, thank God say you dey insai di pishor.
But who get this kain 'block' head? :blink:

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ohsee and Nwankwo Kanu in Curitba. Yeah, bad picture, person who took it has no expertise. Now that I have finally figured out how to photobucket with iPad, una go suffa. :taunt: :D

Chei! Has anybody figured out that what we are seeing to the left of this picture is NOT a pillar, or a wall or even a giant African ornamental work of art, but the back of somebody's head!
God help us!
Ohsee, thank God say you dey insai di pishor.
But who get this kain 'block' head? :blink:

That's probably the man in white, left of Pa Ohsee in the other pic.

Pa, what about your boy? I thought he was with you in Brazil.

Thanks for sharing. :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Chai.... Ya fight with CIC go sweet ooooooo

:???: don't get it? Why would I fight with cic old boy?

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Damunk wrote:
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ohsee and Nwankwo Kanu in Curitba. Yeah, bad picture, person who took it has no expertise. Now that I have finally figured out how to photobucket with iPad, una go suffa. :taunt: :D

Chei! Has anybody figured out that what we are seeing to the left of this picture is NOT a pillar, or a wall or even a giant African ornamental work of art, but the back of somebody's head!
God help us!
Ohsee, thank God say you dey insai di pishor.
But who get this kain 'block' head? :blink:

Chief doc, I suspect say di bobo na NFF official, but I no sure. So e be like Say you correct about di block head. :D

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Nice pics! :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: E be like say I dey dia sef. :thumbs: Keep 'em coming! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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ohsee and Nwankwo Kanu in Curitba. Yeah, bad picture, person who took it has no expertise. Now that I have finally figured out how to photobucket with iPad, una go suffa. :taunt: :D

Chei! Has anybody figured out that what we are seeing to the left of this picture is NOT a pillar, or a wall or even a giant African ornamental work of art, but the back of somebody's head!
God help us!
Ohsee, thank God say you dey insai di pishor.
But who get this kain 'block' head? :blink:

That's probably the man in white, left of Pa Ohsee in the other pic.

Pa, what about your boy? I thought he was with you in Brazil.

Thanks for sharing. :clap: :clap: :clap:

I went alone. My younger son was originally going to come, but could not for personal reasons.

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Osaze signing autos for pickins before boarding the bus. analyzer on the left taking pics. Una see groupies dem? See noize wey dem dey make o! You will hear it when I post video.

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The YeyeMan wrote:
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Ohsee- thanks!!!
It was nice meeting you in Curitiba and again in Ciuaba. I thoroughly enjoyed both cities. São Paulo was also awesome. I still reminisce on the hangout in Taj (in Curitiba) and Choppao (Ciuaba)... :mrgreen:

Will do a story of my entire trip soon.

I saw more Nigerians in 30 minutes at Sao Paulo airport than I saw in 9 days in Salvador. But they love Nigeria in Salvador o! :thumbs:


Did you go to Perlourinho? There you will see the true heart of Black Bahia and the story of the people. Little place with lots of history and magic!
Welcome back!

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seloweizer wrote:
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Ohsee- thanks!!!
It was nice meeting you in Curitiba and again in Ciuaba. I thoroughly enjoyed both cities. São Paulo was also awesome. I still reminisce on the hangout in Taj (in Curitiba) and Choppao (Ciuaba)... :mrgreen:

Will do a story of my entire trip soon.

I saw more Nigerians in 30 minutes at Sao Paulo airport than I saw in 9 days in Salvador. But they love Nigeria in Salvador o! :thumbs:


Did you go to Perlourinho? There you will see the true heart of Black Bahia and the story of the people. Little place with lots of history and magic!
Welcome back!


I had a connecting flight in salvador.. Even in the airport you get that rich sense of African/Black history/vibe.. Slavador, BH definitely a place to check out when next one visits brazil..

@Ohsee.. great pics.. need to use this thread for all folks to post pics and videos from their trips..

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Kai why papa God no do me be stars like them Osaze?See how every where people dey hail this guys...
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seloweizer wrote:
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Ohsee- thanks!!!
It was nice meeting you in Curitiba and again in Ciuaba. I thoroughly enjoyed both cities. São Paulo was also awesome. I still reminisce on the hangout in Taj (in Curitiba) and Choppao (Ciuaba)... :mrgreen:

Will do a story of my entire trip soon.

I saw more Nigerians in 30 minutes at Sao Paulo airport than I saw in 9 days in Salvador. But they love Nigeria in Salvador o! :thumbs:


Did you go to Perlourinho? There you will see the true heart of Black Bahia and the story of the people. Little place with lots of history and magic!
Welcome back!

Yep, stayed right in the middle of one of the main squares in Pelourinho for three nights. There's also a Nigeria House which was closed whilst I was there. Pelourinho was great, made the most of it.

IMO, Salvador has been host to the best games at the WC.

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Ohsee- thanks!!!
It was nice meeting you in Curitiba and again in Ciuaba. I thoroughly enjoyed both cities. São Paulo was also awesome. I still reminisce on the hangout in Taj (in Curitiba) and Choppao (Ciuaba)... :mrgreen:

Will do a story of my entire trip soon.

I saw more Nigerians in 30 minutes at Sao Paulo airport than I saw in 9 days in Salvador. But they love Nigeria in Salvador o! :thumbs:


Did you go to Perlourinho? There you will see the true heart of Black Bahia and the story of the people. Little place with lots of history and magic!
Welcome back!

Yep, stayed right in the middle of one of the main squares in Pelourinho for three nights. There's also a Nigeria House which was closed whilst I was there. Pelourinho was great, made the most of it.

IMO, Salvador has been host to the best games at the WC.


Awesome! I stayed right there during my visit last year. Casa Du Amarelindo was were I stayed. I am still very much in touch with the owners.. The inn is actually 4-5 doors away from the Nigerian cultural center closer to the front square.. All the women selling Akara and all the little local pubs... The music still rings in my head.. What a place to be!!!!

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Yep, that's the place. I was at the Pousada Tropical. Will post pics when I get time.

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