First Lady of Lagos State Sanwo-Olu charges Super Falcons to beat Black Queens in Accra

Published on: 23 October 2021

The First Lady of Lagos State, Dr (Mrs) Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, has urged football-loving Nigerians to give the Super Falcons their full support in their quest for a place at the 12th Women Africa Cup of Nations finals in Morocco, as the nine-time African champions prepare to fly into Accra on Saturday ahead of a second round, second leg clash with the Black Queens.

The Super Falcons scored twice against Ghana in the first leg of the qualifiers.

“I am here to commend you for the victory over the Black Queens in the first leg and to assure you of support for the second leg match coming up in Accra on Sunday. I have the belief that you will make Nigeria proud,” Dr (Mrs) Sanwo-Olu said.

The Super Falcons’ contingent to Sunday’s match arrived in Accra on Saturday morning aboard a chartered Air Peace jet. The team had their official training at the Accra Sports Stadium at 4 pm on Saturday.

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