Nigerian Premier League: Osagona Ighodalo leads the goals chart

Kano Pillars maintains its top spot on the league table.

Enugu Rangers striker, Osagona Ighodalo, leads the goal chart on week 20 of the 2013/14 Premier League season.

The former Shooting Stars player scored his 11th goal in a match at home when Rangers hosted El-kanemi Warriors of Maiduguri. The match ended 2-0.

At the end of the first round, Ighodalo was tied with Peter Ebimobowei with10 goals each but is now the top scorer.

However, Ighodalo would need 10 more goals in the second round of the league to beat the 20 goals records set three season ago by Jude Aneke.

Kano Pillars maintains its first spot while Nembe City is in the last spot on the league table.


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  • Hero

    You understand the depth of the damage. How do you convince an addict to think and summon the will power to change. At these moments of glaring national decay I wish I am a fool so I will not have a heart attack.

  • Yubix

    I so much admire Pius so much and I hope I get to meet him someday…This guy is class, baring any unfortunate situations, I think am going to be like him someday but I will focus more on actions than writings…Let take action steps…time is near for it though

  • True Nigerian

    Exactly my arguments since I discovered the decay of most minds in Nigeria. The thinking pattern of most Nigerian adults on national issues is in such a squalor that even Jesus will struggle to change Nigeria. Yes, Jesus will find it hard to perform such a miracle. And before the hypocritical believers crucify me the way they hypocritically crucified El-Rufai whilst also managing to maintain a noisy unjust silence on a similar (worse) comment by Godsfool Akpabio who compared Jonathan to Jesus – I must mention to you that my conclusion is based on the teaching of the same open bible that is perpetually closed and locked to the eyes of their lazy minds. Here is it: Jesus could not perform miracles in Nazareth because the people blocked their minds and brains from believing the truth. Jesus will not be able to change today’s Nigeria in which most of the people have shielded their minds from reasoning. If you need any other evidence, the fact that Nigeria has only ever got worse with more churches and more religion since 1970s should tell you that the answers. 50 years is more than enough for Jesus to save Nigeria if Nigerians showed enough faith for him to do so! But Lord Jesus is looking at Nigeria and all he is seeing is something worse than Nazareth – a place in which his miracle-working powers have been removed by the mentality of the people. But Nigeria is worse than Nazareth because Nigerians are already more Christian than Jesus and more islamic than Mohammed. Yet, somehow, they are so far from God and common sense. And God says in the bible that he hates the prayers of “fools”, which is exactly what most Nigerian adults are when it comes to social and national consciousness.

  • Goodluck_Nigeria

    This is very funny and indicates that it is PIUS ADESANMI himself that badly needs re-education !!!

    Why ?

    He did not tell his so called e-mailer anything about Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Raji Fashola and the massive looting and corruption going on 24/7 in Lagos and Osun States with the help of media cover up !!!

    • True Nigerian

      Who no know say you be Jonathan’s Mumu?