Nigerians Blame Super Eagles Loss on President Buhari’s Video Call

Nigerians Blame Super Eagles Loss To President Buhari's Video Call
Nigerians Blame Super Eagles Loss To President Buhari's Video Call

Nigerians on Sunday turned to the social media to attribute the crashing out of the Super Eagles in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations to the video call put across to the team by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Tunisia shocked the Super Eagles of Nigeria by scoring two minutes into the second half.

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Youssef Msakni’s shot gave the Carthage Eagles their first goal in the game.

Barely two minutes after he was brought into the game, Alex Iwobi was sent off for a bad tackle.

President Muhammadu Buhari in a post Sunday morning wrote “A video call this morning with the Super Eagles, to thank and encourage them. We are very proud of their exploits in the ongoing AFCON.

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“It was a pleasure to speak with Coach Augustine Eguavoen, Team Captain Ahmed Musa, President of Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, and our Ambassador to Cameroon, Gen Abayomi Olonisakin (Rtd).

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“I told the team, “You’ve been doing Nigeria proud. You’ve been winning. Please keep on winning. The Federal Government is supporting you, and I say thank you to all the technical crew and the players. Please keep doing the country proud.”


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