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First Lady Hosts Super Falcons In Abuja

First Lady Hosts Super Falcons In Abuja

Nigeria’s First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, hosted some members of the Super Falcons following their return from the 2023 FIFA women’s World Cup.

In a post on the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) Twitter handle, the First Lady hosted the players in the State House in Abuja on Monday.

The players who were received are captain Onome Ebi, midfielder Christy Ucheibe and goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi.

Also present were Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president, Ibrahim Gusau, General Secretary of NFF, Mohammed Sanusi, and also some members of the team’s backroom staff.

On Sunday, Osun State governor Ademola Adeleke held a reception for two indigenes of the state Rasheed Ajibade and Rofiat Imuran.

The Falcons reached the round of 16 of the ongoing World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

The coach Randy Waldrum-led side lost 4-2 to England in the knockout stage after 120 minutes ended goalless.

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  • Ako Amadi 10 months ago

    Great!Are these flowers home-grown or imported? I’m sure the First Lady will call the NFF to order, and get the Super Fslcons’ palliatives paid.

  • Dr. Drey 10 months ago

    Hian….?! First lady bia kwa…!

    Someone should remind this first lady we are a 3rd world country for Mario’s sake…!!!

    • pompei 10 months ago

      Hahaha, the First Lady don forget say we be OGBONGE 3rd world country.
      Na we be the chairman of all the 3rd world countries wey dey this world. We are the 3rd world country of 3rd world countries!

    • You sabi drag sha lol. Be calming down lol

    • 9jaRealist 10 months ago


    • Kenneth 10 months ago

      At least she get class pass your wife, and she no fit smell where she dey in this life time. Oga go and get busy.

  • pompei 10 months ago

    No be Gusau dey stand behind Ucheibe? Here’s hoping the First Lady used this opportunity to ask him and his board when the coaches and the players will receive FULL PAYMENT for all outstanding arrears.

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