15 January 2013

Nigeria: GLO Urge Eagles to Make Nigeria Proud

Telecommunication operator, Globacom, has called on the National team, Super Eagles to make Nigerians happy by putting up superlative performance during the forthcoming African Cup of Nations scheduled to begin in South Africa on Saturday, 19th January, 2013.

Globacom in a press statement issued in Lagos yesterday advised the Eagles to tackle every match from the group stages with determination and zeal to win, adding that this will guide them progressively to the final stages of the competition.

"The group matches are very crucial and the Eagles must emerge victorious to lead the group," the statement added.

Globacom therefore advised the team to work very hard and defeat the Burkinabe's in the first match in order to make the subsequent group matches less cumbersome.

The Company also acknowledged and commended the rebuilding process undertaken by the Stephen keshi-led technical crew.

"We are monitoring the preparation being made by the Nigeria Football Federation and we are calling on Nigerians to support the team right from the first match against Burkina Faso." Glo added.

The Telecoms giant wished the Super Eagles a successful outing in the 2013 African Cup of Nations.

Globacom is the major partner of the Nigeria Football Federation and official sponsor of Nigerian national teams.

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