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Nigerian street-hop rapper Naira Marley swings back into action with the official music video for his successful track titled ‘First Time In America.’

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The notorious president of Marlians employs the services of JM Films for the production of the visuals and creative director Walu for top-notch interpretation.

Naira Marley is unarguably one of the most criticised musicians with an enormous fan base in the Nigerian music industry. He has been widely condemned for his constant use of vulgar lyrics, dishing out contents that showcase and promote nudity, and this new flick is not an exception.

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‘First Time In America’ takes viewers on a beautiful journey to different locations that depict the beauty of the countries mentioned in the song.

Not drifting away from his infamous +18 materials, energetic Naira Marley stages a beauty pageant in the video armed with enthusiastic dancers.

The new video comes after his 5-City US tour, which kicked off in Chicago, New York and Washington DC.

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‘First Time In America’, produced by Rexxie, is expected to be housed in Naira Marley’s forthcoming album.

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Nigeria vs Guinea Bissau Match Review, Time, Venue, Prediction, Line-up

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Having been confirmed as group toppers, the Super Eagles of Nigeria will be looking to maintain their perfect record at the Africa Cup of Nations when they face Guinea-Bissau at the Roumde Adjia Stadium on Wednesday night.

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AFCON 21: Nigeria vs Guinea Bissau Match Review

The coach Austin Eguavoen led side have six points from their opening two games, having beaten Egypt 1-0 and besting Sudan 3-1 to claim the top spot in group D.

On the other hand, the game is a must-win for the Djurtus, who face the risk of elimination after picking up just one point from their opening two games.

Guinea-Bissau suffered a huge blow to their chances of reaching the round of 16 as they fell to a slender 1-0 loss against Egypt last time out, with Mo Salah scoring the only goal for the Pharaohs in the 69th minute.

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Prior to that, Baciro Cande’s men were held to an uneventful goalless draw by Sudan and now need a win to keep their slim qualification hopes alive as they are currently level on one point with Sudan and two behind second-placed Egypt.

AFCON 21: Nigeria vs Guinea Bissau Match Review - Naija News 247
AFCON 21: Nigeria vs Guinea Bissau Match Review

However, Guinea-Bissau head into Wednesday’s game in poor form as they have failed to win any of their last six games in all competitions, picking up three draws and losing three, while failing to score in all six outings.

The Super Eagles head into Wednesday’s game unbeaten in each of their last five games across all competitions, picking up four wins and one draw since last November’s shock 1-0 defeat at the hands of Central African Republic and will now look to make it three wins from their opening three AFCON games for the first time since 2006, when they defeated Senegal, Zimbabwe and Ghana.

Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria prediction

Nigeria have been one of the most impressive teams at the tournament so far, and even if they do decide to make changes they are still expected to win.They look in good shape to secure their place in the last 16 with a perfect group-stage record.

Nigeria to win, 2-0.

Date, kick-off time and venue

Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria is scheduled for an 8PM WAT kick-off tonight – Wednesday, January 19, 2022.

Venue: Roumde Adjia Stadium in Garoua will host the match.

Where to watch Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria

TV channel: In the UK, the match will be televised live on Sky Sports Premier League.

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Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch the match online via the Sky Go app.

Group D standings

After winning their first two matches, Nigeria lead Group D with six points after two matches while the Djurtus sit in the third position with just a point which they got after a goalless draw against Sudan on January 11.

Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria Head-to-Head

This will be the first match Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria have played against each other.

Guinea-Bissau possible starting lineup:

Mendes; Cande, Mane, Sangante, Encada; Cassama, Nogueira; Pele, Piqueti, Ambri, Balde

Nigeria possible starting lineup:

Okoye; Aina, Troost-Ekong, Ajayi, Sanusi; Nwakali, Onyeka; Chukweze, Iheanacho, Musa; Awoniyi

Source: Nigeria Football News via Naija News 247

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#AFCON21 Highlights: Tunisia 0 vs 1 Mali (Video)

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Ibrahima Koné’s second-half penalty was enough to get Mali off to a winning 1-0 start in the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) Group F.

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#AFCON21 Highlights: Tunisia 0 vs 1 Mali (Video)

They’ve extended their current streak to five victories on the trot, but the performance of referee Janny Sikazwe was the games biggest talking point.

Early on, Mali looked the livelier of the two, and they had the first chance of the game via Boubakar Kouyaté around the quarter-hour mark.

However, the defender’s header failed to hit the target. As the match progressed, the Malians moved further into Tunisian territory, but the north African outfit stood firm.

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Mali did come close to drawing first blood just before HT, though, as Massadio Haïdara’s left-footed drive flew a whisker wide of the left post.

While Tunisia looked solid defensively, they failed to muster a single shot on target and will surely have gone into the break the more disappointed of the two sides.

It didn’t take long for Mali to take the lead after the restart.

Less than three minutes, in fact, as Tunisia fell victim to a handball in the box and were subsequently punished by Koné’s penalty.

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Tunisia pushed forward in response as they attempted to end their recent run of three winless AFCON opening games (D2, L1), and the ‘Aigles de Carthage’ were handed a lifeline in the 75th minute as they received a controversial penalty following Moussa Djenepo’s handball.

Wahbi Khazri is his country’s talisman, but his spot-kick was brilliantly stopped by goalkeeper Ibrahim Mounkoro.

Visibly shaken by the penalty miss, Mondher Kebaier’s Tunisia were unable to find an equalizer despite a late red card to Mali’s El Bilal Touré.

Incredibly, referee Zinkazwe blew the full-time whistle before the end of the 90 minutes and therefore added no injury time despite VAR being required on three separate occasions.

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t looked as though the two sides would return to the field to play the remaining few minutes, but Tunisia, who were incensed by the official’s original error, refused to continue on an embarrassing day for African football as a whole.

Mali, though, won’t complain as they extended their unbeaten run to seven games in all competitions and registered the first three points in Group F as a result.

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#AFCON21: Nigeria 1-0 Egypt Highlights (Video)

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Egypt ended a long streak by losing in their Africa Cup of Nations opener against Super Eagles of Nigeria.

#AFCON21: Nigeria 1-0 Egypt Highlights (Video) - Naija News 247
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Egypt is a real scarecrow in African football. Most successful nation in the history of the African Cup of Nations with 8 coronations.

Mohamed Salah’s teammates have become accustomed to always being present in this kind of event.

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However, the latter suffered the power of Nigeria and bowed for their first match in AFCON21.

It’s simple, to find traces of a defeat of Egypt at the group stage of “Nations’ Cup”, you’ll have to go back to 2002 against Senegal.

The Pharaohs hadn’t even lost a group stage match since 2004 and a loss to Algeria.

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