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Herve Penot, a reporter at L' Euipe, wrote via his handle @hpenot_lequipe: "Paul Le Guen rejects Nigeria. Frenchman insists the country's FA (NFF) yet to meet terms & conditions to be coach."
The statement quoted Chairman of NFF's Media and Publicity Committee, Suleiman Yahaya-Kwande, as saying Le Guen said he was not ready to live in Nigeria while working for Nigeria. He said Le Guen's terms were unacceptable.
It was the apex of collective euphoria in a unique football season for this club,'' Le Foche explained according to UK Sun.
From YBNL Mafia Family's self-titled first project, here is Le Le Yi featuring Lil Kesh & Fire Boy. Produced by Pheelz. Download and enjoy below.
Fresh tunes from the talented singer, Qdot as he releases a freestyle titled "Were Wan Le" to keep the street busy with trending slangs. Were Wan Le by Qdot was produced by Antras and mixed by Drumphase. Download and share.
In case you're still wondering, 'Le Kwa Ukwu' means 'See Waist' in Igbo language.
Falz started his French movement with "La Fete" he continues the trend with "Le Vrai Bahd Guy" where he sings 'je suis le vrai bahd guy' which is French for 'i am teh real bad guy'. Le Vrai Bahd Guy is contained in the rapper's surprise album titled 27.
The single titled "Lo Le" is off the soon to be released Universal Music compilation and is also featured on the Nigerian artist's debut album, Man of the Year.
After The Massive success of Sisi Maria, Omo Akin Drops New Official Single titled "Si Ni Le". This is from his upcoming EP dropping this summer. This is Definitely another Smash Hit. Listen & Download "Omo Akin - Si Ni Le" Below;
LO LE" is another single off Skales' MAN OF THE YEAR album. Features cameos by Nigerian dancehall artist, Ketchup and the GGB Dance Crew. Enjoy!!!
New music from Kukere master - Le Kwa Ukwu; this is off his upcoming project. Coming after a long absence. Produced by DJ Coublon.
Betteryet, check out his latest Sagzy-produced single "Ko Jabo Le" below. Big tune! Ko Jabo Le is a Yoruba sentence which means "It Did Not Fall". Download and share.