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My apologies to Pinnick and Gernot Rohr...Odegbami

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My apologies to Amaju Pinnick and Gernot Rohr.

Segun Odegbami

Last week, 'The Big Interview' debuted on Eagle7 Sports Radio.
It is a program produced and presented by my friend and super journalist, Osasu Obayiuwana.

He is fully responsible for the sports personalities he interviews on the show and the questions he asks them.

It is in that spirit that he interviewed Mr. Gernot Rohr, a former coach who is inconsequential in Nigerian football today, after 5 barren years without a Silverware to show, and most irrelevant now that he has been fired and is earning 'free' money for work not done.

After the Interview, last week, Pinnick Amaju reached out to me and expressed disapproval at the conduct of the interview a large part of which, he said, was skewed to disparage his person.

I assured him that was not the case even though I had no hand in the questions Osasu asked him. Osasu was the producer and presenter of the program.
I told him, of course, that Osasu is responsible for content of the interview and not me.

In a fit of anger he sent me a mail that was not flattering, to say the least. I understood his pain and forwarded the message to Osasu to let him know just how Amaju felt. How he was not happy.

It was a totally private message between Amaju and I, and I would never in a million years have taken that as his public reaction to the Interview. If I ever thought so, I would have published it myself and made a cheap point of it.

I discussed it with Osasu and I assumed the matter would die a natural death, only for me to see a publication today on social media quoting from the private and confidential message exchange between Amaju and I, that I forwarded to Osasu.

Amaju is my friend despite our disagreements over Gernot Rohr and the man's place in the story of Nigerian football. But I would never have used my own opinion to denigrate him in any way.

This publication on social media disclosing my private exchange with Amaju and accusing Gernot Rohr of some misconduct during his stay in Nigeria is totally uncalled for, and a betrayal of Amaju's trust in my person. It is totally out of my character and I take full responsibility for abusing his confidence.

I use this opportunity to unreservedly publicly apologise to Amaju Pinnick for whatever 'harm' this must have done and may do to him. He does not deserve this treatment at all.

Eagle7 Sports Radio is not meant to fight vendettas, and this is smelling very much like one. I don't use my position to take cheap shots at anyone.

I am truly sorry for betraying Amaju's trust and hereby apologise for how our private exchange has now turned 'lethal'.

Meanwhile, the content of that story is not a news item, and I fully understand, as a Nigerian, the context in which some words were expressed.

I also publicly apologise to Mr. Gernot Rohr for the embarrassing report.

Segun Odegbami
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Okay, so are we ever going to know what the controversy is about? Or has it all been taken down?
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Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 7:55 am Okay, so are we ever going to know what the controversy is about? Or has it all been taken down?
I think it had to do with Rohr's criticism of Pinnick and holding him responsible for Nigeria's failure to qualify for the WC. Pinnick's response was to accuse Rohr of sleeping with young girls in Gabon and Niger and daring him to take him to court for slander. Pinnick in his usual brash attitude did not respond to Rohr's comments rather focused on his private life
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Dammy wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 9:04 am
Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 7:55 am Okay, so are we ever going to know what the controversy is about? Or has it all been taken down?
I think it had to do with Rohr's criticism of Pinnick and holding him responsible for Nigeria's failure to qualify for the WC. Pinnick's response was to accuse Rohr of sleeping with young girls in Gabon and Niger and daring him to take him to court for slander. Pinnick in his usual brash attitude did not respond to Rohr's comments rather focused on his private life
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megapro wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 7:37 am My apologies to Amaju Pinnick and Gernot Rohr.

Segun Odegbami

Last week, 'The Big Interview' debuted on Eagle7 Sports Radio.
It is a program produced and presented by my friend and super journalist, Osasu Obayiuwana.

He is fully responsible for the sports personalities he interviews on the show and the questions he asks them.

It is in that spirit that he interviewed Mr. Gernot Rohr, a former coach who is inconsequential in Nigerian football today, after 5 barren years without a Silverware to show, and most irrelevant now that he has been fired and is earning 'free' money for work not done.

After the Interview, last week, Pinnick Amaju reached out to me and expressed disapproval at the conduct of the interview a large part of which, he said, was skewed to disparage his person.

I assured him that was not the case even though I had no hand in the questions Osasu asked him. Osasu was the producer and presenter of the program.
I told him, of course, that Osasu is responsible for content of the interview and not me.

In a fit of anger he sent me a mail that was not flattering, to say the least. I understood his pain and forwarded the message to Osasu to let him know just how Amaju felt. How he was not happy.

It was a totally private message between Amaju and I, and I would never in a million years have taken that as his public reaction to the Interview. If I ever thought so, I would have published it myself and made a cheap point of it.

I discussed it with Osasu and I assumed the matter would die a natural death, only for me to see a publication today on social media quoting from the private and confidential message exchange between Amaju and I, that I forwarded to Osasu.

Amaju is my friend despite our disagreements over Gernot Rohr and the man's place in the story of Nigerian football. But I would never have used my own opinion to denigrate him in any way.

This publication on social media disclosing my private exchange with Amaju and accusing Gernot Rohr of some misconduct during his stay in Nigeria is totally uncalled for, and a betrayal of Amaju's trust in my person. It is totally out of my character and I take full responsibility for abusing his confidence.

I use this opportunity to unreservedly publicly apologise to Amaju Pinnick for whatever 'harm' this must have done and may do to him. He does not deserve this treatment at all.

Eagle7 Sports Radio is not meant to fight vendettas, and this is smelling very much like one. I don't use my position to take cheap shots at anyone.

I am truly sorry for betraying Amaju's trust and hereby apologise for how our private exchange has now turned 'lethal'.

Meanwhile, the content of that story is not a news item, and I fully understand, as a Nigerian, the context in which some words were expressed.

I also publicly apologise to Mr. Gernot Rohr for the embarrassing report.

Segun Odegbami



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Bigpokey24 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:31 pm Trust that ****bot damunkey to rush into this thread thinking the apology was based on the correct sacking of his massa
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Dammy wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 9:04 am
Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 7:55 am Okay, so are we ever going to know what the controversy is about? Or has it all been taken down?
I think it had to do with Rohr's criticism of Pinnick and holding him responsible for Nigeria's failure to qualify for the WC. Pinnick's response was to accuse Rohr of sleeping with young girls in Gabon and Niger and daring him to take him to court for slander. Pinnick in his usual brash attitude did not respond to Rohr's comments rather focused on his private life
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Dammy wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 9:04 am
Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 7:55 am Okay, so are we ever going to know what the controversy is about? Or has it all been taken down?
I think it had to do with Rohr's criticism of Pinnick and holding him responsible for Nigeria's failure to qualify for the WC. Pinnick's response was to accuse Rohr of sleeping with young girls in Gabon and Niger and daring him to take him to court for slander. Pinnick in his usual brash attitude did not respond to Rohr's comments rather focused on his private life
Pretty much what the SOB was doing in Nigeria. spent all his time running after naija girls, rather than focus on his work. I know his kind because I see them at Federal Palace, Lagos. Old rotten looking white dudes, who leave their countries to come to Nigeria to look for black p*ssy. They see our women as "personal cargo," that they can pay for easily and ask them to do any sick act for them. This SOB was focused on coaching in Africa and stayed in Africa for one reason only -- to misuse our women.
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Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
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danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:29 pm
Bigpokey24 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:31 pm Trust that ****bot damunkey to rush into this thread thinking the apology was based on the correct sacking of his massa
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Dumbfo & Company claiming to 'know'.
How is that even possible? Oxymoron of the day!
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Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:06 pm
danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:29 pm
Bigpokey24 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:31 pm Trust that ****bot damunkey to rush into this thread thinking the apology was based on the correct sacking of his massa
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: If you know, you know!
Dumbfo & Company claiming to 'know'.
How is that even possible? Oxymoron of the day!
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Enugu II wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:44 pm Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
Chief, you know it's not unusual to share information with journalist (OFF THE RECORD).
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Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:06 pm
danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:29 pm
Bigpokey24 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:31 pm Trust that ****bot damunkey to rush into this thread thinking the apology was based on the correct sacking of his massa
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: If you know, you know!
Dumbfo & Company claiming to 'know'.
How is that even possible? Oxymoron of the day!
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welcome , you were worked up thinking massa was mentioned as oga at the top... what a joke you are .the laughing stock of eagles nest :boo: :boo: :boo:
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Enugu II wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:44 pm Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
I agree that Big Sheg should not have shared a private message from Pinnick with a journalist. Also Osasu threw Odegbami under the bus by publishing the contents of the private message.
It's a shame what legends have become in Nigeria that Pinnick can be having a go at Odegbami and the legend being apologetic. This is what happens when you collect favours from the likes of Pinnick.
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danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:26 pm
Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:06 pm
danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:29 pm
Bigpokey24 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:31 pm Trust that ****bot damunkey to rush into this thread thinking the apology was based on the correct sacking of his massa
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: If you know, you know!
Dumbfo & Company claiming to 'know'.
How is that even possible? Oxymoron of the day!
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Dammy wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 3:41 pm
Enugu II wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:44 pm Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
I agree that Big Sheg should not have shared a private message from Pinnick with a journalist. Also Osasu threw Odegbami under the bus by publishing the contents of the private message.
It's a shame what legends have become in Nigeria that Pinnick can be having a go at Odegbami and the legend being apologetic. This is what happens when you collect favours from the likes of Pinnick.
Unfortunately, Odegbami had more faith in his friend and producer than deserved.
I think the error of judgement lies mainly with the producer.
In fact, its a massive breach of trust.
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fabio wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:32 pm
Enugu II wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:44 pm Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
Chief, you know it's not unusual to share information with journalist (OFF THE RECORD).
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Well did Sheg let him know the info was off the record? Or was he expecting Osasu to know that he wanted it off the record?
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Unfortunately, you can't pick and chose when to be a legend. If you behave like and Agbero legend and seek the limelight when your light has been turned off since 1982, you should expect whatever you get. Spectator Odegbami has no principle. He chases wherever the jingle sound is coming from. How come Christian Chukwu, Emmanuel Okala, Adokie Amiesimaka, etc are never caught up in such disgraceful , "notice me, notice me" behaviour? Because they are legends that behave like legends!
Dammy wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 3:41 pm
Enugu II wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:44 pm Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
I agree that Big Sheg should not have shared a private message from Pinnick with a journalist. Also Osasu threw Odegbami under the bus by publishing the contents of the private message.
It's a shame what legends have become in Nigeria that Pinnick can be having a go at Odegbami and the legend being apologetic. This is what happens when you collect favours from the likes of Pinnick.
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Yeah, it's the producer's fault.

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Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 4:14 pm
Dammy wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 3:41 pm
Enugu II wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:44 pm Na waao, in my view Segun should never have shared the content of a private information with Osasu. I assume here that he never received permission to share this information.

Beyond that, however, this really describes the character of Amaju .... to try to control what journalists do!!! Why is it even his business who Osasu decides to interview? If Osasu decides to talk with Rohr that is none of Amaju' business.
I agree that Big Sheg should not have shared a private message from Pinnick with a journalist. Also Osasu threw Odegbami under the bus by publishing the contents of the private message.
It's a shame what legends have become in Nigeria that Pinnick can be having a go at Odegbami and the legend being apologetic. This is what happens when you collect favours from the likes of Pinnick.
Unfortunately, Odegbami had more faith in his friend and producer than deserved.
I think the error of judgement lies mainly with the producer.
In fact, its a massive breach of trust.
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The house is on fire, and the self-seeking 'geniuses' are busy chasing rats.
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This is very embarrassing from all parties involved :oops:
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Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 4:07 pm
danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:26 pm
Damunk wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 2:06 pm
danfo driver wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:29 pm
Bigpokey24 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 12:31 pm Trust that ****bot damunkey to rush into this thread thinking the apology was based on the correct sacking of his massa
:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: If you know, you know!
Dumbfo & Company claiming to 'know'.
How is that even possible? Oxymoron of the day!
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