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Peter Obi Encourage Super Eagles to Win AFCON

As Nigeria gears up for its first Group A match against Equatorial Guinea in the CAF Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) hosted in Abidjan today, football enthusiasts nationwide, including former presidential candidate Peter Obi, are rallying behind the Super Eagles, wishing them resounding victories throughout the tournament.

In a statement posted on X, Peter Obi expressed his best wishes to the national team, highlighting Nigeria’s significant impact on football both in Africa and on the global stage.

He commended the creative talents of Nigerian youths that contribute to the nation’s remarkable presence in the football world.

He also emphasized the Super Eagles’ readiness to bring home the coveted AFCON trophy.

“I encourage them to give their best to the game and be of good cheer. Nigerians are solidly behind them,” Obi said in his X statement.

The Super Eagles are aiming to secure their fourth AFCON trophy.

The CAF Africa Cup of Nations not only serves as a platform for intense football competition but also plays a crucial role in developing the talents of African youths and fostering unity across the continent.

Peter Obi took a moment to congratulate the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and FIFA for organizing the tournament, acknowledging its positive impact on youth development and continental unity.

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