Following Nigeria’s heroic performance against The Dragons of Bosnia early Sunday morning, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) top brass has showered encomiums on The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations for their constant prayers and support for the Super Eagles.
NFF co-coordinator Emmanuel Attah expressed the board’s delight toward the church for standing behind the team, given the number of successes recorded since the board came into office.
“On behalf of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) board, I wish to express our profound gratitude to The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations for their support towards the Super Eagles. They were there with us in prayers during the AFCON which we won; they have been praying and supporting the team too at the World Cup.
“We thank Prophet T.B. Joshua for praying for the team’s success and raising a top player like Onazi who has been of immense blessing to the country,” he said.
Peter Odemwengie’s first-half goal was the difference between the sides, as Nigeria reached four points in Group F ahead of Wednesday’s meeting with Argentina, who have already qualified for the knockout stages.
(via Complete Sports)