Nigeria’s Envoy to Cameroon, Ambassador Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin has task the Super Eagles to beat Sudanese in their second AFCON match as it is a man- date given to them.
He told SportsDayonline.com during the Eagles training on Friday evening at Roumbe Adjia mini training pitch that beating Sudan on Saturday will perfect and grantee team’s stay in the city of Garoua.
According to him, ” I strongly believe in the Super Eagles, i know they will keep on winning game after game
because that is the man-date given by the President Federal Republic of Nigeria Mohammadu Buhari to bring home the trophy for him.
“We stormed Garoua to drum massive support for the Super Eagles ahead of the 2022 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) Cup which we have fulfilled.
It could be recalled that Olonisakin’s early visit Governor Midjiyawa Bakary of Northern Region of Cameroon was ‘well-timed and primarily-primed as an equivalent of a military show of force’’ to rein in every possible support for the Nigerian national team in the Group D.
The province of Garoua, also known as Extreme North Region making up about 66, 090 km of the northern half of the Republic of Cameroon is Cameroon’s fourth most densely populated. As widely envisaged, if the Super Eagles tops the group, they will play an additional match there