More articles in this category
Top Stories

Controversially “deposed” president of the National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW) Ismael Kasuto has exclusively told The Villager t...

Some members of the Ondonga community want the police officers who harassed them during a peaceful meeting at Okakodhi in Oshikoto prosecuted. ...

Swapo 2017: What Have They Done This is the second part in a series where The Villager will analyse what each of 11 Swapo Party top four candid...

Adv. Vekuii Rukoro has said that the German government is trying to avoid the charges lodged against it for the Ovaherero and Nama genocide during...

Swapo 2017 What Have They Done Series This is the first part in a series where The Villager will analyse what each of 11 Swapo Party top fou...

Other Articles from The Villager

NigeriaÔÇÖs Super Eagles on strike, stuck in Windhoek

Fri, 14 June 2013 00:31
by Confidence Musariri
News Flash

African Champions Nigeria have staged a sit-in strike at Country Club hotel in Windhoek over bonuses following a one-all draw with Namibia in a World Cup qualifier last night.
Nigeria, Africa’s representatives at the Confederations Cup was supposed to leave Namibia at 11h00 this morning but refused to board the Rio de Janeiro bound plane after disagreements over their Confederations Cup bonuses.
Nigeria led by veteran goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama and Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel, play Tahiti on June 17, before meeting Uruguay and Spain in their Group B fixtures in Brazil.
The Super Eagles were hosted at the residence of the Nigerian High Commissioner Dr. Biodun  Olorunfemi to Namibia last night after Godfrey Oboabona’s late equaliser, but Dr. Olorunfemi’s phone was not reachable the whole of today, while the Nigeria Football Association officials kept the squad locked out from the public eye.