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RelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking COVID-19: FIFA count cost to football Ministry reads riot act to NFA, Clubs over resumption of league The General Secretary of Nigeria Football Federation, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi, and a Member of the NFF Board, Alhaji Babagana Kalli Kachalla, have been appointed by world football-ruling body, FIFA, and the Confederation of African Football to take charge of important games this weekend. Dr. Sanusi has arrived in Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone, for Sunday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup African first round, second leg qualifying match between the home team, Leone Stars and the Lone Star of Liberia happening at the Siaka Stevens Stadium. He is the Match Commissioner. Burkina Faso official Jean Ouattara will be the referee, with his compatriots Abdoura Wogbo (assistant referee 1), Kouka Ouedraogo (assistant referee 2) and Boureima Sanogo (fourth official) also on duty. Former FIFA referee Bonaventure Coffi Codjia from Benin Republic will be the referee assessor. Liberia took full advantage of the first leg played in Monrovia on Wednesday, hitting the Sierra Leoneans 3-1. Alhaji Kalli Kachalla will be match commissioner for Friday’s Africa U23 Cup of Nations final round, first leg qualifying match between Ghana’s Black Meteors and the U23 squad of Algeria, scheduled for the Accra Sports Stadium. Ivorians Kouassi Frederic Biro (referee), Koabenan Prosper Adiouman (assistant referee 1), Ashumu Arthur Aguie (assistant referee 2) and Roland Léonce Danon (fourth official) will work with the NFF chieftain.Tags: Babagana KalliCAF dutiesFIFAMohammed SanusiNFF
DES MOINES — An eastern Iowa farmer who’s been in the legislature nearly 12 years is proposing a new “corn state” license plate design. Senator Tim Kapucian of Keystone has drafted a bill that would carry out his vision.“It’ll say at the top of the plate: ‘The Corn State’ and then it’ll be a white plate with black letters,” Kapucian says, “and then behind the lettering there’ll be some type of an ear of corn.”Kapucian says when he saw how popular the state’s new “black out” specialty license plates have been, he decided to ask his fellow legislators to embrace this idea. Kapucian expects plenty of farmers to be interested in getting one of these plates for their pick-ups.“I know I’m going to be in line to get one of these if we get it done,” Kapucian says.Kapucian’s neighbor has a license plate collection. It includes a mid-1950s black-and-white plate that has “THE CORN STATE” in capital letters at the bottom of the plate.“Every state has something on their license plate that makes them stand out and we used to have that…If people recognize an ear of corn, they’ll think: ‘Iowa!” he says. “You know you see the bucking bronc with the cowboy, we know that’s Wyoming.”Kapucian’s plate plan has cleared a Senate subcommittee. His bill would have to pass through at least five other steps in the legislative process before it could be sent to the governor for review.