AFCON: Fear Grips Nigerians As Tinubu Reveals Plan to Watch AFCON Final Live
Patrice Motsepe, the head of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), has confirmed that Bola Tinubu will attend the stadium on Sunday to watch the final of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) between Nigeria and the host nation, Côte d’Ivoire.
This news has sparked fear among many Nigerians, prompting reactions on social media platforms.
@God’sWillAlone4Naija expressed concern, stating, “The Father of ALL The Bad Lucks, Lord Have Mercy and help Us please.”
LB voiced similar worries, commenting, “Bad is coming 😭😭😭😭 if Nigeria loses I wouldn’t be surprised 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺.”
Corporate Agbero called on Peter Obi for good luck, tweeting, “@PeterObi Daadi’m! Please we need you on that field on Sunday! Biko 🙏.”
Onbed suggested potential consequences if Nigeria loses, remarking, “If Nigeria loses on Sunday, we’d all know how it started.”
Ugowil criticized Tinubu’s presence, stating, “Criminal Amoda Sangodele Yekini Ogunlere Ebola Adekunleke Tinubu you aren’t needed there stop forcing yourself on us old criminal.”
Dare Ayodele hoped Tinubu’s presence wouldn’t bring bad luck, suggesting, “I hope our goals won’t be gone like SUBSIDY. He should please stay in Aso Rock and watch from there. The team will bring the trophy home for him. Let him be in charge of the economy and Shetima in charge of security. We would appreciate Obi to be with the supporters. E get why.”
Giddy expressed disbelief, stating, “This must be nothing but a mad Joke. This man can you just let us be? You still wanna come for the only thing putting smiles on our faces, why? Them swear give you say you go be carrier of sadness?”
Kwechiri questioned the situation, saying, “Chai.. shey we no go loose this final like this 🙄🙄🙄.. Which kind wahala be this?”
Zeecool hoped Tinubu’s presence wouldn’t bring bad luck, saying, “I hope his presence won’t be a bad luck because his tenure has been the worst in the history of Nigeria so far…… Please he should just stay clear of the super eagles final match.”