Musa Amadu has called on football fans in the Federal Capital Territory to turn out in large numbers at the Abuja National Stadium on Saturday to cheer the Super Eagles of Nigeria when they take on the Walya Antelopes of Ethiopia.
Nigeria’s home-based national team are set to face their Ethiopian counterparts in a friendly match the will be the first real test for the Eagles ahead of the African Nations Championship which kicks off on January 11.
To this end, Secretary-General of the Nigeria Football Federation, Musa Amadu, has urged football fans around Abuja to show their support to the Super Eagles by coming out to cheer them to victory on Saturday.
“We want to call on Nigerian ball fans in Abuja and environs to come to the National Stadium, Abuja to cheer the Eagles on Saturday,” Amadu said.
“It will serve to encourage the players and get them in the spirit to confront the African continent in South Africa.”