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The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by 247frolicboss(m): 11:52am On Dec 16, 2017
The maintenance culture of Nigeria is so bad that it affects even the most sensitive parts of the country's affairs.


As shared by an Ex-FIFA Anti-Racism Task Force member, Osasu Obayiuwana, he questioned the culture of the Ministry's inability to take proper care of basic amenities that concerns sports in the country.



In his wrods:



This is the current state of Nigeria’s National Stadium in Abuja. Can Sports Minister @SolomonDalung explain why it is in such a horrendous state? The stadium aptly reflects the appalling attitude of @AsoRock to matters pertaining to sport. It’s a huge shame.

http://www.newshelmng.com/2017/12/photo-appalling-state-of-nigerias.html

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by NwaChibuzor: 11:53am On Dec 16, 2017
Remember we are in dry season. There is insufficient vegetation to feed the cows of the fulanis . This will go a long way in feeding the official animals of the federal republic.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Sunofgod(m): 12:00pm On Dec 16, 2017
Grass cutting contract required...I can execute for 374.42 Million Naira (only).

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by jaymejate(m): 12:06pm On Dec 16, 2017
Na wa ó... Nigeria na wa ó. All they Sabi use is that Akwa Ibom stadium. That one go soon finish now just be looking.

This is a good structured stadium

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Fmartin(m): 12:18pm On Dec 16, 2017
Very soon i wil go and set rat trap there..

No dulling

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by eTECTIVe(m): 12:22pm On Dec 16, 2017
Something dat's now been converted to a grazing ground ... Nigeria dat hasn't maintained more pressing and basic things like roads na Stadium dey'll maintain.. And d fact dat a dumb boyscout is heading d sports ministry isn't helping

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Ladipodeal: 12:25pm On Dec 16, 2017
Similar or same picture of national stadium Abuja was shared on nairaland years back

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by adem30: 12:41pm On Dec 16, 2017
247frolicboss:
The maintenance culture of Nigeria is so bad that it affects even the most sensitive parts of the country's affairs.


As shared by an Ex-FIFA Anti-Racism Task Force member, Osasu Obayiuwana, he questioned the culture of the Ministry's inability to take proper care of basic amenities that concerns sports in the country.



In his wrods:


http://www.newshelmng.com/2017/12/photo-appalling-state-of-nigerias.html

Do you remember how many years the stadium have been abandoned before this present administration?

Though I wish the Sport minister push for the renovation of this stadium and that of Lagos, They are an embarrassment to this Nation. Better still, they should hand over National Stadium in Lagos to Lagos State.

cc lalasticlala mynd44

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by adem30: 12:42pm On Dec 16, 2017
247frolicboss:
The maintenance culture of Nigeria is so bad that it affects even the most sensitive parts of the country's affairs.


As shared by an Ex-FIFA Anti-Racism Task Force member, Osasu Obayiuwana, he questioned the culture of the Ministry's inability to take proper care of basic amenities that concerns sports in the country.



In his wrods:


http://www.newshelmng.com/2017/12/photo-appalling-state-of-nigerias.html



cc lalasticlala mynd44

Do you remember how many years the stadium have been abandoned before this present administration?

Though I wish the Sport minister push for the renovation of this stadium and that of Lagos, They are an embarrassment to this Nation. Better still, they should hand over National Stadium in Lagos to Lagos State.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by osazeeblue01: 12:47pm On Dec 16, 2017
What will I write now..... Where is the useless minister of sports.
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by kaycee125: 1:38pm On Dec 16, 2017
This is sad

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by bakynes(m): 1:51pm On Dec 16, 2017
The best way to maintain these stadiums is to lease them out to Football Clubs to use and maintain. Unfortunately, I don't think Abuja owns a football club.

That of Lagos can be given to MFM to use and maintain, host football matches there frequently.

The London Olympic stadium in Stratford, London was leased to West Ham F.C to use and maintain so it won't end up like Abuja Stadium.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by givan(m): 1:57pm On Dec 16, 2017
They should allocate that empty plot for farming. Its about time Nigeria go back to agriculture 'big time'

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by MasterKim: 2:27pm On Dec 16, 2017
Old pics for zombies

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by fergie001(m): 2:43pm On Dec 16, 2017
bakynes:
The best way to maintain these stadiums is to lease them out to Football Clubs to use and maintain. Unfortunately, I don't think Abuja owns a football club.

That of Lagos can be given to MFM to use and maintain, host football matches there frequently.

The London Olympic stadium in Stratford, London was leased to West Ham F.C to use and maintain so it won't end up like Abuja Stadium.
Very intelligent.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by BruncleZuma: 5:10pm On Dec 16, 2017
grin grin grin grin



They should just post the Npower Agric people to do some grass cutting...

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Davuv: 5:10pm On Dec 16, 2017
Hmm
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by BruncleZuma: 5:11pm On Dec 16, 2017
eTECTIVe:
Something dat's now been converted to a grazing ground ... Nigeria dat hasn't maintained more pressing and basic things like roads na Stadium dey'll maintain.. And d fact dat a dumb boyscout is heading d sports ministry isn't helping

I dey come
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by slawomir: 5:13pm On Dec 16, 2017
isoright
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by grayht(m): 5:13pm On Dec 16, 2017
cheesy
Fmartin:
Very soon i wil go and set rat trap there..

No dulling
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Rainmania(m): 5:13pm On Dec 16, 2017
Atleast they should even let people use it instead of just locking it up and allowing it wallow and disintegrate. As the saying goes" A house is a home only when people live in"

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by FriendNG: 5:14pm On Dec 16, 2017
Dalung come and see how to manage stadium. This is 19 years old Sani Abacha Stadium Kano.

Although it is still federal government stadium but have a maintenance culture.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by SalamRushdie: 5:15pm On Dec 16, 2017
Where is Babachir and his grass cutters when you need them ? You why why Buhari was delaying Babachirs sack? He knew he would need him for more grass cutting jobs in the future

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by OyinO: 5:16pm On Dec 16, 2017
A dead Nation. Nothing is working except corruption, wastage, rights abuse, mismanagement, abuse of power and decadence.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by deco22(m): 5:16pm On Dec 16, 2017
They should carry Buhari's cows to graze the place na undecided
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by yanshDoctor: 5:16pm On Dec 16, 2017
as long as we keep practising this type of federal system of government no good can come out from Nigeria.

this is just to expose the level of decay in the system in every other sector of the nation both visible and invisible.

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by dokJ: 5:17pm On Dec 16, 2017
It's bcoz they r now enjoying Akwa Ibom na.... Daz Naija 4 u...

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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Skillfull1: 5:17pm On Dec 16, 2017
Grazing thinnngs on fulanis mind.
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Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by muller101(m): 5:17pm On Dec 16, 2017
With this kind of attitude you think Nigeria will progress?
Re: The Appalling State Of National Stadium, Abuja (Pictured) by Kizyte(m): 5:17pm On Dec 16, 2017
God why you carry me put for this kind country na?

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