Check out “Sports Minister Requests Gold in Cote d’Ivoire at AFCON 2023.” Senator John Owan Enoh, the Minister of Sports, believes Nigeria’s Super Eagles must be resilient and unified to win the African Cup of Nations.

Senator Enoh encouraged players to proudly wear the Nigerian insignia at the NFF farewell banquet. He advised players to play for themselves, their families, and Nigeria in the Nigerian “never say die” spirit.

He stated, “With over 200 million Nigerians joyfully watching and cheering, your performance holds the hopes and dreams of our entire nation,” highlighting the team’s continental representation.

The Minister thanked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for his team readiness assistance and advised the Super Eagles to seize every opportunity in the opener. “Fight your opponents and show Naija spirit,” he said.

Senator Enoh promised to stimulate the NFF in Ivory Coast. I promise undistracted help and to secure all that is yours, ensuring your loyal representation of the fatherland.”

Nigeria chases its fourth continental title after 1980, 1994, and 2013. On Sunday, January 14, the Super Eagles play Equatorial Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire four days later. Guinea-Bissau Wild Dogs are the final group game opponent on January 22.

Sports Minister Requests Gold in Cote d'Ivoire at AFCON 2023
Sports Minister Requests Gold in Cote d’Ivoire at AFCON 2023

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