1 GAME: Football without violence
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The 1 GAME: Football without violence campaign was founded in June 2010, by Nigerian TV Presenter Philip Obaji. The initiative seeks to promote peaceful co-existence among supporters involved in football followership. It draws support from past and present footballers, football administrators, and celebrities, mostly from Nigeria.
As of May 2011, more than one hundred thousand people have signed up to be part of the campaign, including Jamaica's Reggae Musician Shaggy, Hip-hop duo P-Square, former England striker John Fashanu; former Nigeria National football team players Christian Chukwu, Mutiu Adepoju, Henry Nwosu, Efe Sodje and Jonathan Akpoborie; Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President Aminu Maigari and some members of NFF Executive Committee.
- NFF congratulates Philip Obaji on 1 GAME 2011-07-04; Lagos, Nigeria Sports News
- Umeh praises 1 GAME anti-violence efforts
- Adepoju joins anti violence campaign
- Sodje joins anti violence campaign
- Akpoborie backs anti violence campaign
- Taiwo Ogunjobi teams up with 1 GAME
- Ekigho Ehiosun Wants Football Without Violence
- Chukwu supports 1 GAME
- Nwosu campaigns against violence
- John Fashanu joins campaign against football violence