- A Nigerian man Justice Okoro has taken to his Facebook page to explain how the Super Eagles unify Nigerians
- He explained that Nigerians do not care about tribe when it comes to the Super Eagles
- His post on Facebook has received various shares from Nigerians of various ethnic extractions
A Nigerian Justice Okoro has taken to his Facebook page to inform Nigerians how the Super Eagles unify Nigerians amidst ongoing regional crises.
Okoro in his post opined that the Hausa's do not mind an Igbo getting the goal for the Super Eagles as long as Nigeria win.
See the post below:
"I watched Nigeria Vs Zambia match at a football viewing center here in Sokoto. Yes, in the midst of Hausas, Fulanis, Yorubas and Niger Deltans. We were all saying "the coach should make changes", then Okechukwu said "bring in Musa" and, majority of Hausas, Yorubas and Ijaws at the viewing center shouted "nooo!!!!!!!, coach--bring in Iwobi, he can operate and combine very well with Moses".
"Throughout the duration of the game, there was no mention of quota system, biafra, ipob, APC or PDP. Without corruption we can make a very good nation, we should preach merit, decency and patriotism, we do not need division, cheat or violence, we must understand that we are stronger united and weaker divided.
" As i am typing this message, i am very happy and safe in Abdul's room enjoying a bottle of beer while my friend Abdul took the exit door for a brief prayer.......God bless Nigeria, God bless super eagles, God bless Iwobi, God bless Arsenal.....Good night."
The post on Facebook has since gotten 32 shares and over 500 likes by Nigerians from all walks of life.
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