SUPER EAGLES TEAM LIST & DEMONSTRATION OF EQUITY AND PATRIOTISM

 

Today some patriots represented Nigeria as Super Eagles players against Indomitable Lions of Cameroun

I will just like to chip in a quick one and itemise the list of players who featured today to show why cohesion and unity will bring about growth and development in the country

I.Goalkeeper: Ikechukwu Ezenwa SE
2. Right Back: Shehu Abdulahi North
3.Left Back : Elderson Echejile SS
4.Libero: Ogenyi Onazi North
5.Central Defence: Leon Balogun SW
6.Defence Partner: Trost Ekong SS
7.Right Flank: Efetebo Oghenekaro SS
8. Right Midfield: Wilfred Ndidi SE
9. Striker: Odion Ighalo SS
10. Left Midfield: Mikel Obi SE
11. Left Flank: Victor Moses North

Used: Attacker: Kelechi Iheanacho SE
Attacker: Ahmed Musa North
Midfielder: Uche Agbo SE

Unused: Goalkeeper: Dele Alampasu SW
Goalkeeper: Dele Ajiboye SW
Goalkeeper: Daniel Akpeyi North
Midfielder: Simon Moses North
Striker: Isaac Success SS
Striker: Aaron Samuel SS
Defender: Ola Aina SW
Defender Tyrone Ebuehi SS
Defender: Muhammed Musa North

The post is deliberate,its just to outline how cohesiveness among all the ethnic units in Nigeria with unity of purpose can bring about national development and growth

If you check the entire team list, every section of the country is at least represented and the decision of the coach is devoid of any form of sentiments,their selection was based on individual performances

In a team of 23 players in camp there are 5 Southeast indigenes, there are 7 from Southsouth, also 4 from Southwest and 7 players from the north who came together in one accord to ensure victory for Nigeria devoid of rancor and any form of bitterness or agitation

The more reason our political elites should eschew all form of bitterness and strife during political struggle for the country of our dream to be birthed

#justscribblingmythought

By Femi Ogunsanwo

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