Oluwashina Okeleji (@oluwashina )

Oluwashina Okeleji

Bio Freelance sports writer and broadcaster for @BBC. Contributor: @WorldSoccerMag, @AJEnglish, @NewFrame_News and @PlanetSportFA. Tweets 99% #Africa
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Account created 31-03-2009 21:02:05
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iPhone : Hi, my name is Adenike Lanlehin, I’m a radio broadcaster, voiceover artist and narrator. If you need someone to voice your audio books, ads, church announcements, preachers’ messages etc, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me.
Here’s a sample of my voice.
Thank you.

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iPhone : Turnaround 😍

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iPhone : STRUGGLING Women’s game!

AWCON cancelled same year FIFA.com is handing $500,000 grant to MAs specifically for women’s football.

.CAF announced a new competition; continental champions league. Functionality?

What’s the future for the women’s game in #Africa post-Covid?

iPhone : Other competitions POSTPONED but AWCON “CANCELLED” thank you once again for making us realize women’s football isn’t important to you.congratulations on dragging us back AGAIN.Adios 👋🏾to all the women National teams in Africa,see y’all in 2022 #PrioritizeWomensFootball #NoExcuse twitter.com/caf_online/sta…

Twitter Web App : '...let's be honest here, nobody in their right minds actually likes the din of a vuvuzela in one's ear – except the vuvuzealot who happens to be blowing one.'

Carlos Amato for @NewFrame_News on the signature sound of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. newframe.com/the-vuvuzela-d…

iPhone : Asamoah Gyan: ‘2010 changed my life’

#Ghana’s all-time goalscorer, and the African with the most goals in the World Cup, achieved many things in his glorious career. But he may always be remembered for one penalty miss.

⌨️Michael Oti Adjei for @NewFrame_News newframe.com/asamoah-gyan-2…

iPhone : “I always go back and watch the penalty. I shake my head when I see it. I wish we could go back and have the penalty but life goes on. Many great players have missed penalty kicks but life goes on. It’s something that I would never forget.” - Asamoah Gyan. newframe.com/asamoah-gyan-2…

iPhone : Despite recent struggles, there is no doubt that in 2010 Ghana stepped up in style at the world cup. The streets of Pretoria sometimes felt like Oxford Street in Accra’s Osu and the players responded on the field. 
newframe.com/asamoah-gyan-2…

iPhone : Early retirement 😢 ☹️

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iPhone : Welcome to #Africa...

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iPhone : “We were crying and you see someone who has cheated us is celebrating. How can I forgive him?”
 
Ghanaian football players Hans Sarpei and John Paintsil say the ‘cannot forgive’ Luis Suarez for the handball that he used to block a goalbound shot on this day 10 years ago.

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iPhone : On the cancellation of this years women’s AFCON

“This is more like taking 5 steps forward and like 20 or 10 steps backwards. Going to the World Cup with the teams going thru to the round of 16, it was so good for us means we are improving.” BBC News Africa

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iPhone : #OnThisDay in 2005, 18-year-old Lionel Messi scored twice from the penalty spot to hand Argentina victory over Nigeria in the final of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in The Netherlands.⁣⁣
⁣⁣#OTD #Messi #Nigeria #JohnObiMikel #Argentina #History #WorldCup #WhatADayInFootball

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Twitter Web App : #WorldSportsJournalistsDay #Ghanas Rosalind Koramah Amoh Rosalind Koramah Amoh - a brilliant journo. Met her at the maiden AWCON tournament in 1998.

Unrivalled dedication to the womens game from inception. Add the amazing Veronica Commey & Henrietta Ukaigwe - LEGENDS.

Thanks sisters😍

Twitter Web App : #WorldSportsJournalistsDay. Perfect day to pay homage to some notable names who paved the way on the continent🙌

Dennis Liwewe, Emmanuel Maradas, @MarkGleesonfoot, Kwabena Yeboah, Samm Audu, @OsasuO, @PongaLiwewe, Thomas Kwenaite, @FarayiMungazi, kayode tijani & others.