Facebook Football Messenger – How to Play Soccer on Facebook | Facebook Football Game Tips | Free Facebook Games

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Talking about Facebook Football Messenger, I actually refer to or mean Facebook Football Messenger Game. This game can be played with the Facebook official messenger app or on the web. This game is actually a good way to light up your mood.

However, if you are feeling down or angry, then you should try playing some games. While playing some games you can add the Facebook Football Messenger to the list of the game you want to play. Now you do not need to download this game as you can play it directly on your computer or mobile device.

If you are someone that does not have space on your device, then is really a good alternative for you to play games. However I must warn you, there will be data charges. Now you must have heard abut how you can use the Facebook platform for free. I must warn you that you cannot use this free mode to play games online and it will definitely not work for playing the Facebook messenger football game.

Facebook messenger Download

Downloading the Facebook messenger app is one basic necessity for you to play the Facebook messenger football game. Without further time wasting, I will show you how you can download and install the Facebook messenger app.

  • Get a device connected to the internet and turn it on.
  • Tap on the search bar of the app store and enter your search term as “Messenger”.
  • Tap on the Facebook messenger official app and you should be taken to the app download page.
  • On the app download page, tap on the install button.

That is all you need to do to download and install the Facebook messenger app on your device.

How to Play Soccer on Facebook –  Messenger Football Game

Follow the steps below to play the Facebook football messenger game on the Facebook messenger app.

  • Tap on the discover icon and hit the search bar.
  • Tap on the play icon on the football game from your search results and that is it.

The game should begin immediately and you can start playing. You are going to catch fun playing this game. You might even be addicted while trying to beat your own high score.

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Nollywood actor and film maker, Olu Michaels, 48, is one of the movie entrepreneurs who invested so much without getting the desired reward. He has worked with many  big names in the Nigerian movie industry, including Funke Akindele on Jenifa’s Diary for two years. The travel agent-cum-producer, in this no-hold-barred interview with OLAITAN GANIU revealed why he wants to remain single, and even childless, how his multi-million naira investment on movie project went down the drain, among others. Excerpts:

IT seems you’re a jack of all trade. What aspect of entertainment are you venturing into now?

I’m focusing on movie production because I’m looking into changing the narrative where this cartel has been in the industry for a while. I don’t like the idea where each time I switch on my television, there are certain people who do a so-called English movie. Also, as a producer, each time I said I want to produce a movie, I was told: ‘If this or that person are not going to be in the movie, we won’t buy it.’

I have actually produced a movie, gave it to a marketer and they refused it simply because the director is a Yoruba man or he is not part of their caucus. So, why is that? As long as the storyline is good, why do I have to bring your clique into my production? In the next two years, I’m looking into changing the narrative.

What approach are you using in changing this narrative?

Of course, I will keep doing what I know how to do best. Over the years, I’ve worked for many people and my observation is that once you are creative and unique, if you’re in a hole, clients will look for you. So, my approach is, continue producing good movies. If the content is good, the storyline is fantastic and picture quality is perfect, fans will look for you.

Do you partner with digital platforms?

No, this is another problem – getting a link with Netflix, Showmax, iRoko and likes. Hopefully, we would get a link someday because I am so passionate about dominating the Nigerian movie industry. Over six years, with the little money I saved, added with loan – my plan was actor to buy a house with money in Ajah, but the plan changed when I was coming back from France and I met an actress at the airport. I told her my desire to become a popular actor and she was like: ‘I could help you if you really want.’ As we speak, I have invested almost N100million and I’ve not got a penny back, not even a thousand naira.


It is annoying if I want to go in detail. The first movie I ever made titled, Igbekele, was shot for N2.1million and before I got a marketer to buy it for N600,000. In fact, the marketer was telling me, ‘I am just doing you a favour and to encourage you.’

Since then, about 13 movies I have produced so far are here on my table and the cheapest of them is N2.1 million. Last week I just finished one for N4.7million.

Do you think that is what’s robbing off movie entrepreneurs?

There are so many producers who have been here before me and some of them told me: ‘I give you just one year. You might not have money to feed.’ And, honestly, they are not lying because in less than six months, I have spent N47million and have not got a penny.

Even the N600,000 I said earlier the market bought my movie, he promised to pay in 4-5 months’ time and that will by February 2020. And people buy from us and sell it to online platforms for millions.

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So, what do you think is the way forward?

Well, what I think will help is when a company such as DSTV, Rock (Remi Njoku) open their doors; they only appoint a few people who can go to them. I think marketers might have edge over us as producers.

At a point, I was willing to give my movies to DSTV for free. All they need to do is to make the movie known to people and after a while, people will pay for it. Again, I’m not asking these people to give me money to produce movies. I have all the necessary resources and equipment to perfect movie but at least they should see the content but they will rather take their own people.

And for your movie to be in cinemas in Nigeria is not easy except you are a popular actor or actress.

Despite these challenges, you keep producing, why?

I will keep producing movies, except there is no money. But as long as there is funds, I don’t think I will stop. Honesty, I should get tired because of the house I’m hoping to buy. I don’t have it. Since I don’t have a house to stay, I will keep shooting. I just keep hoping that I won’t get tired one day.

Which project are you currently working on?

We just rounded off a movie last week and we are shooting another three before the year runs out. We are just waiting for the two titans, Omotola and Genevieve – in the Nigerian movie industry. I am currently working on featuring the two together on one of our projects.

For two years, I was part of a crew that worked on the popular comedy series, actress Jenifa’s Diary, created by Funke Akindele. I have produced several movies through my production outfit by the name ‘ibelieve’. The outfit has  produced  movies such as Irin Ajo, Like mother Like son, Crack, The Messenger and Tafa Onimoto among others.

 How are you charging the government to intervene?

The federal government has been doing the little they could but unfortunately, there are some people that are supposed to speak too, especially the veterans, to encourage the younger ones.

 As an actor, what do you look forward to in the script?

Deep storyline. In Nigeria, most scriptwriters narrow a storyline, they write based on one family. One of the best movies I saw recently is a movie titled, ‘King of Boys’. In the movie, there are lots of stories. You might just be seeing only Shola Shobowale but there over seven stories in the movie.

As a professional filmmaker, do you think it’s ideal to produce a movie in two to three days?

Well, it depends on the story. I won’t say it is wrong or right. When I came into the industry that was what was being done. I’ve been in a movie set in Asaba to produce an English movie and at a point, I wanted to run away because that is what I was used to in Yoruba setting, which could take about two to three days. If you go more than three days, they will tell you, it’s a project.

Today, a project is one week and what the English movie refers to as project is years but Yoruba sector, three days, we are through with a movie because of the cost and that is why there is no substance. I’m challenging all that with my movie project.

What would you describe as your best achievement?

So far, each time I get on set, I have been able to touch different lives. I am passionate about empowering and doing charity work. I believe if you are from nowhere, you will understand what it takes when someone begs you for food. Sometimes, I don’t like giving cash but prefer to donate the machine or equipment needed. While I was growing, I had nobody to help me. The worst that can happen to people is being poor without having someone to help.

 Any plans to venture into politics?

Yes, eventually I am hoping to become a governor or senator.

 Are you married?

I’m not married, and I don’t intend to. Truth be told, I’m scared of marriage and I don’t think I will ever get married. Though, I wanted to have kids when I was younger but not now, it is too late. Why I said it’s too late for having children is that I am a workaholic and I don’t  like a situation where I would want to sleep and then a baby starts crying. My parents have been begging me to get married but no.

 What do you look out for in a woman?

I am a jealous man. For example, if I marry an actress and I see her kissing another actor on set, I will never tolerate such. Also, if I marry a beautiful woman, I might never concentrate on my work because I will be on the look to protect her.

 How do you feel being lonely at night?

What I do every time I feel lonely is that I have a car that I bought with all my money. It is a Mercedes-Benz and the interior is wow. I love it. I just drive round town and get home and sleep off.

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New Zealand: Crusaders rugby team drops sword from logo because of Christchurch mosque massacres

Changing this logo, and certainly the team name is not long for this world, is a sign of the acceptance of the idea that Westerners should be ashamed of the Crusades. The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS proves otherwise. It demonstrates from primary sources that the Crusades were not a gratuitous imperialistic venture, but a late and small-scale defensive reaction to 450 years of imperialist jihad aggression that had conquered and Islamized what had been half of the Christian world, and threatened the life of the Christian empire, the Byzantine empire.

The Crusaders have made the first change in its re-brand after calls for the franchise to change its name following the Christchurch shootings.

The branding and pre-game mascots, which feature knights riding on horseback in chainmail, waving swords and with crosses on their chests, also came under scrutiny.

NZ Rugby boss Steve Tew said at the time that the removal of medieval theme was an appropriate first step, but any further consideration of the brand needs to be broader than a response to one event.

“Even prior to 15 March, the Crusaders had signalled their intention to complete a brand review,” Tew said….

All this story begins long before the Crusades. The question to ask is, who started the original hostilities?

The following is extracted from ‘Sword and Scimitar’ by Raymond Ibrahim. It’s abundantly clear who the instigator of centuries of conflict is: Muhammad.

// Around the time Muhammad was becoming master of Mecca, he sent a letter to Heraclius, the Christian emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire who had that same year just defeated the Persian Empire after decades of warring.

The heart of the prophet’s letter consisted of two Arabic words, aslam taslam—that is, “submit [to Islam] and have peace.” It was rejected.

Muhammad responded in 629 by sending an expeditionary force of some three thousand Arabs chanting “victory or martyrdom!” into Christian territory. The Romans, who for centuries considered their southern neighbors as leading a “beastly and blood-thirsty life,” met and defeated them at Mu’ta (east of Jordan, near Karak).

Then, sometime in 630, even as Heraclius was ceremoniously restoring to Jerusalem what the Persians had earlier captured—the True Cross, a relic found centuries earlier under Constantine and believed to consist of fragments of Christ’s cross—Muhammad declared eternal war on Christendom, as captured by Koran 9:29:

“Fight those among the People of the Book [Christians and Jews] who do not believe in Allah nor the Last Day, nor forbid what Allah and His Messenger have forbidden, nor embrace the religion of truth, until they pay the jizya with willing submission and feel themselves subdued.”

In other words, Islam’s three choices had come to Jews and Christians: either they converted, died fighting, or kept their religions by paying extortion money and accepting an inferior position as dhimmis in Muslim society.

Then, claiming that the Christians were planning on invading Arabia to snuff out Islam, Muhammad “preemptively” led some thirty thousand Muslims to Tabuk, along the Roman-Arabian border. They stayed there for some three weeks; no Romans came, and the Muslims caravanned back to Medina. Two years later, in 632, Muhammad was dead. //

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Facebook now has a combined 70.9m monthly active users in Nigeria, SA and Kenya

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Last week, Juliani, Kenyan gospel hip hop artiste, posted a video from his visit to the Facebook office in Manhattan, New York City.

Forgot about this clip on the FB Manhattan office visit. real time view of active users on the platform across the world and per country.

Kenya sisi hao!! pic.twitter.com/OsZRENlNQl

— I am Eliud Kipchoge 🇰🇪 (@JulianiKenya) October 9, 2019

In the short clip, a screen shows the number of Facebook’s active users per country. It reveals that there are 2.7 billion Facebook users globally.

A member of the Facebook team then proceeds to show Juliani the number of monthly daily active users in his home country, as well as South Africa, and Nigeria.

It reveals that there are 9.9 million monthly active Facebook users in Kenya, with 4.7 million of them using the social media platform daily. While South Africa has 28 million monthly active users,  16 million are daily active users.

Nigeria is still Facebook’s biggest market in Africa with 33 million active monthly users and 16 million active daily users.

This means that between May 2018 — when Facebook was said to have 26 million active users in Nigeria — and now, about 7 million Nigerians have joined the platform and use it actively.

These numbers seem plausible considering that the number of Internet users in Nigeria grew from about 103 million in May 2018 to 122 million in May 2019, according to the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).

However, NCC’s numbers, judging from MTN’s recent data (pdf), appear questionable. Facebook’s user numbers have also raised eyebrows because it counted people who didn’t access the platform itself but shared content or activity via third-party apps or login-integrated websites.

This changed in 2015 when Facebook reviewed the definition of its monthly active users as “a registered Facebook user who logged in and visited Facebook through our website or a mobile device, or used our Messenger app (and is also a registered Facebook user), in the last 30 days as of the date of the measurement.”

The number of daily active users is calculated the same way but on a given day. Whether or not we choose to believe NCC and Facebook’s numbers, the truth remains that more Nigerians now have access to the Internet and for many of them, the Internet is Facebook.

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