6 Governors To Watch Super Eagles AFCON Semi-final Match Against Mali Live

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Nigeria’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Amb. Sonni Samuel Yusuf
Nigeria’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Amb. Sonni Samuel Yusuf

Nigeria’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Sonni Samuel Yusuf said he was proud to be a Nigerian after Sunday’s bashing of the Elephants of Ivory Coast by the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

Yusuf said that about Six Governors in Nigeria called to congratulate him and to also inform him that they would be in South Africa to watch the African Cup of Nations, AFCON semi-final cracker against Mali on Wednesday in Durban.

“I am particularly elated because nobody gave these boys any chance of survival against Cote d’Ivoire. God loves Nigeria and we should learn to believe in ourselves.

“I am proud to be a Nigerian. Nigerians back home are happy and six Governors have called to inform that they will be watching their semi-final match in Durban. It could be more but unfortunately my phone has gone off because the battery is down”.

The High Commissioner urged Nigerians to always believe in themselves. “We got potentials. Nothing is impossible if we believe in ourselves.

“With Cote d’Ivoire out of our way, we must beat Mali. Let the bookmakers tip them to win on paper while we win on the field of play,” Yusuf said.


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  1. let ds people leave d super eagles alone…..wt d hell ar they going there for?we don’t nid their political badluck plz

  2. Six governors going to watch them play live while we can’t even watch them on our local TV stations because our government refused to pay the required fee demanded by CAF. Na wa 4 our leaders


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