AFCON 2021: Nigeria vs Tunisia: Buhari charges Eagles to fly in video conference

1/23/2022 6:17:00 PM

AFCON 2021: Nigeria vs Tunisia: Buhari charges Eagles to fly in video conference

AFCON 2021: Nigeria vs Tunisia: Buhari charges Eagles to fly in video conference

NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, described the video conference as “a priceless privilege,” and thanked President Buhari and the...

byJanuary 23, 20222 min readPresident Muhammadu Buhari has charged the Super Eagles to fly in their match against Tunisia tonight in the ongoingAfrican Cup of Nations (AFCON)tournament.Mr Buhari , according to a statement by his spokesperson, Femi Adesina, on Sunday morning, gave a pep talk to the Super Eagles via a video conference.

Speaking from the Presidential Villa, Abuja, the President spoke with Coach Augustine Eguavoen, , Captain Ahmed Musa , Amaju Pinnick, President of Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), and Nigerian Ambassador to Cameroon, Abayomi Olonisakin.Mentioning two of the players, Kelechi Iheanacho and Moses Simon, by name, President Buhari urged the Super Eagles to continue making Nigerians happy, not only by winning the second round match, but to eventually lift the trophy.

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NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, described the video conference as “a priceless privilege,” and thanked President Buhari and the nation at large for their prayers and support.Super Eagles midfielder, Alex Iwobi, has said that the team is focused on winning the Africa Cup of Nations trophy in Cameroon.2021 in Cameroon.Cup of Nations (AFCON) clash with Nigeria on Sunday.

by January 23, 2022 2 min read President Muhammadu Buhari has charged the Super Eagles to fly in their match against Tunisia tonight in the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament. Mr Buhari , according to a statement by his spokesperson, Femi Adesina, on Sunday morning, gave a pep talk to the Super Eagles via a video conference. Super Eagles have been one of the most impressive teams of the tournament, winning all of their three group games. Speaking from the Presidential Villa, Abuja, the President spoke with Coach Augustine Eguavoen, , Captain Ahmed Musa , Amaju Pinnick, President of Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), and Nigerian Ambassador to Cameroon, Abayomi Olonisakin. Eguavoen only replaced Gernot Rohr on a temporary basis barely two weeks before the tournament kicked off. Mentioning two of the players, Kelechi Iheanacho and Moses Simon, by name, President Buhari urged the Super Eagles to continue making Nigerians happy, not only by winning the second round match, but to eventually lift the trophy. Iwobi, said that Nigeria are good enough to win the trophy, but must keep performing at the best level. Mr Buhari said: “You’ve been doing Nigeria proud. Meanwhile, goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha is suspended for the game.

You’ve been winning. I believe we have the quality to do that and most people now believe in us because of our performance in the group stage,” the Everton star told the Super Eagles media team. Related Topics:. Please keep on winning. The Federal Government is supporting you, and I say thank you to all the technical crew and the players. “Our fans are expecting so much from us now and we cannot afford to disappoint them.. Please keep doing the country proud.” Related Topics:.

” The President applauded the good work being done by the Hon Minister of Sports and Youth Development, Sunday Dare, saying the country appreciates it. Responding, Coach Eguavoen said: “We are so excited that His Excellency, President Buhari, has come to speak with us this morning. On behalf of the players and the technical crew, I want to say thank you very much sir. “The group stage has passed, and your speaking to us is a morale booster. Thank you for your support, Mr President, we also thank the Hon.

Minister, and the NFF President. We are so privileged, and want to promise that you should just relax, we’ll come out victorious. We won’t let the nation down.” Mr Olonisakin said the over 4 million Nigerians living in Cameroon have been giving robust support to the Super Eagles since they arrived Garoua, Cameroon, on January 5, “and they will continue to do so.” Ahmed Musa, on behalf of the players, appreciated Mr President, noting that it is not easy to speak with the leader of a country, and they count themselves privileged.

“We will make Nigeria proud, now that we have the blessings of the father of the nation,” Musa said. NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, described the video conference as “a priceless privilege,” and thanked President Buhari and the nation at large for their prayers and support. He said under the current dispensation, .