There were scenes of wild celebration across major cities in Tanzania yesterday after the country’s national team, the Taifa Stars defeated the Uganda Cranes 3-0 to achieve a historic qualification for this year’s Africa Cup of Nations to hold in Egypt.
Yesterday’s qualification was Tanzania’s first since 1980 when Nigeria hosted the biennial continental showpiece.
It was even more significant for Nigerian-born coach Emmanuel Amuneke, a 1994 AFCON winner who guided the Tanzanians to this historic feat as he became the second Nigerian tactician, after late Stephen Keshi, to qualify a foreign country for the Nations Cup.
August 25, 2020
July 11, 2018
October 31, 2018
December 13, 2017
July 16, 2020
- Breaking: WHO Considers Madagascar’s Herbal Drink as Possible Treatment for COVID-19 225.3k views
- Tonto Dikeh goes nude, shares scenes from plastic surgery in reality show (video) 15k views
- Footballer Dele Alli caught on video receiving oral sex from prostitute 8.6k views
- Exclusive: Jowi Zaza, the mysterious millionaire who is younger and richer than Hushpuppi 4.5k views
- Breaking: Lagos Records First Confirmed Coronavirus Case 4.5k views
- Despite having N30 billion, Davido reveals he needs more 3.8k views
- Trump Accused of Killing Personal Assistant, Carolyn Gombell in 2000 3.7k views
- Top 12 funny Nigerians you should follow on Instagram 3.6k views
- Colorado: The Dangerous, Convulsion-Inducing Drug Destroying Nigerian Youths(Disturbing Videos) 3.5k views
- BBNaija: Princess mistakenly exposes her butt (video) 3.2k views
Subscribe to our newsletter
Today’s Echo is a versatile online newspaper based in Switzerland and committed to reporting the Nigerian experience across the world.
Feel free to send us your stories and requests. We can be reached through firstname.lastname@example.org
- July 28, 2021