PRESIDENT Olusegun Obasanjo has urged the Super Eagles’ to beat Cameroon in Sunday’s finals of the African Nations Cup the country is co-hosting with Ghana. “As you go out to the field Sunday, you carry with you the hopes and aspirations of all Nigerians for whom your success will be a demonstration of our determination to make Nigeria great again,” Obasanjo said in a goodwill message to the team in Abujas on Saturday. Nigeria will meet the ‘Idomitable Lions’ of Cameroon on Sunday having defeated South Africa 2-0 to qualify for the finals.
OBASANJO URGES ‘SUPER EAGLES’ TO BEAT CAMEROON
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