Stadium Blackout: “Heads Will Roll” – Minister of Sports

Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare has insisted that everyone involved in sabotaging the efforts of the ministry leading to blackout at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja on Tuesday night must be dealt with.

It was a show of shame on Tuesday night when Super Eagles of Nigeria were forced to spend their last 20 minutes of training session in total darkness. This generated negative comments from critics and fans across the world.

The three times African champions resumed training on Monday ahead of top-of-the-table fixture first leg of 2023 African Nations Cup qualifier against Guinea Bissau at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja at 5:00pm on Friday, while Monday, March 27, is fixed for the second leg at the Estadio 24 de Setembro in Bissau.

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Dare in a chat with BSN Sports on Thursday said he has demanded for a detailed report on what led to national team training in the darkness, insisting that everyone involved in sabotaging the ministry’s efforts leading national embarrassment will be dealt with appropriately.

“I have asked for detailed report on what happened leading to Super Eagles training in total darkness.” Dare told BSN Sports during the 30 minutes chat.

“I gave them a deadline for the submission.” He added.

“That’s unacceptable. Those who are involved in such national embarrassment will not go scot-free. “In fact head must roll.” He concluded.

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