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Edo deputy governor, Philip Shaibu makes history, wins Edo 2020 gold

By TVC News Nigeria
14 April 2021   |   12:23 pm
Edo State Deputy Governor Philip Shaibu on Monday entered the history books as the country’s first major political office holder to win a football gold medal at the National Sports Festival, after leading Team Edo to a 3-2 win over Team Lagos in the final of the men’s football event of the 20th edition in Benin City.

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