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17 Feb
Ayomide Sotubo and Hogan Niyi in this edition of The Nutmeg review the Super Eagle's performance at the last AFCON and also went to the street to ask Nigerians if the Super Eagles coach, José Peseiro should be allowed to go or continue his job.
10 Feb
On this edition of the Nutmeg on GuardianTV, Ayomide Sotunbo went on the street to ask Nigerians their expectations on the AFCON 2023 final between the host country Côte d'Ivoire and four-time winner Nigeria.
10 Feb
For the past seven years, Cameroonian authorities have been struggling to contain the separatist movement in the country's Anglophone regions. But lately, clashes have been spilling into the French-speaking neighbouring regions.
7 Feb
Ayomide Sotubo on this edition of The Nutmeg previews the Nigeria Vs South Africa match with Hogan Niyi and Olaniyi Adeoluwa.
1 Feb
Ayomide Shotubo and Hogan Niyi preview the Nigeria Vs Angola match at the ongoing AFCON 2023. The two countries will meet at the quarter-final of the on going tournament on Friday.
31 Jan
Ayomide Shotubo and Tochukwu Dike talk about fan violence and vandalism that followed after some teams exited the group stage shockingly at the ongoing AFCON 2023 tournament.
27 Jan
Ayomide Shotubo and Hogan Niyi preview the Nigeria Vs Cameroon match. The game will be the first at the knockout stage of the ongoing AFCON 2023 tournament.
26 Jan
AFCON 2023: 'We are confident against Cameroon' says Kenneth Omeruo
24 Jan
Cameroon has launched a large-scale malaria vaccination campaign that's expected to reach 250,000 children this year and next. Experts say it will save lives, even if the vaccine isn't perfect.
23 Jan
Cameroon's laws, including the 1990 press freedom law, are routinely circumvented in order to harass and persecute journalists. There is no sign of press offences being decriminalised and neither access to information nor the confidentiality of journalists' sources are guaranteed in practice.
20 Jan
Senegal claimed a comfortable 3-1 victory over Cameroon to qualify for the last 16. The reigning champions scored through Ismaila Sarr, Habib Dialo and Sadio Mané while Jean-Charles Castelletto responded for the Indomitable Lions. Elsewhere, Guinea claimed a 1-0 win over The Gambia while Cape Verde powered past Mozambique with three stunning goals.
16 Jan
Cameroon's indomitable lions are not quite tamed but certainly don't mark their opener in the Africa Cup of Nations as determinedly as expected. The 5 times Champions settled for a 1-1 draw against Guinea. Earlier defending champions Senegal beat Gambia 3-0 in a pretty procedural win. And Algeria are held 1-1 by Angola in the final game of the day.

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