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Buhari Charges Super Eagles To Maintain Winning Momentum

Buhari Charges Super Eagles  To Maintain Winning Momentum

The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, has charged the Super Eagles to maintain their winning momentum when they face Tunisia tonight in the Round of 16 of the Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Cameroon.

Speaking with the team on Sunday morning from the Presidential Villa in Abuja via Zoom with the Minister of Youth and Sports beside him , President Buhari thanked the players and their coaches for doing the nation proud.

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His words: “I want to thank you for what you have done for the nation so far. You have to keep winning. Nigerians are proud of you.

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President Muhammadu Buhari speaking to the Super Eagles via Zoom on Sunday morning, January 23 2022, ahead of the team’s AFCON 2021 Round of 16 match against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia

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…Super Eagles interim head coach, Austin Eguavoen, responds to President Buhari via Zoom

…Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa, responds to President Buhari

“You have demonstrated patriotic zeal and a high level of discipline, determination and commitment in all the games you have played so far and that is why we all are happy with you.

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“The Government will continue to support you within available resources at our disposal.”

The coach, Austin Eguavoen and captain, Ahmed Musa in their responses promised that the team will not rest on their oars but will face their Round of 16 game tonight with the same attitude displayed during the group phase.

Also present at the Zoom meeting were the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, the Nigerian Ambassador to Cameroon, Gabriel Abayomi Olonisakin and the president of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 7
  • Everybody 4 months ago

    That’s a full package support for the the Super Eagles as they lock horns with de Carthage Eagles. From us, your fans, we say good luck

     
  • Michel 4 months ago

    Plz buhari don’t call those guys again,I know you don’t watch football and u don’t like it because it’s not cow grazing, u destroy anything u touch and I’m truly worried now that u got involved

     
  • Mike Remi 4 months ago

    Well said @Everybody. Nothing to add.

     
  • Timothy Okon 4 months ago

    See what technology can do, this is historical. Good luck coach.

     
  • Benny Norris 4 months ago

    One thing I like about president Buhari is his love for local fibrics and general local content policy. I won’t be surprised to start seeing the SE wearing native materials as jerseys in coming months. Lolz.

     
    • Edafe sapele 4 months ago

      Lol. You never talk of employing a native coach for the Super Eagles you are talking about native material jerseys. LMFAO.

       
      • UpBendel 4 months ago

        Na the same thing, you are both right. Hopefully soon, government go just announce Eguavoen as the substantive head coach of Nigeria.