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President Bola Tinubu Applauds Super Falcons’ Performance, Encourages Victory in Upcoming World Cup Match

President Bola Tinubu has extended his encouragement and support to the Super Falcons as they aim to make Nigeria proud in the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand.

In a statement released by Mr. Dele Alake, Special Duties, Communications, and Strategy, President Tinubu praised the Super Falcons for their impressive performance in the opening match against Canada, a strong and reigning Olympic Champion. He expressed immense pride in the team’s display of skill and determination during the match.

As the Super Falcons gear up for their crucial second group match against Australia, President Tinubu called upon the players to give their best effort and continue to uphold Nigeria’s honor as worthy ambassadors of the nation. He expressed confidence that the encounter with Australia would be a thrilling contest and anticipated a victorious outcome for the Nigerian team.

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Recognizing the Super Falcons’ remarkable achievements as a dominant force in women’s football in Africa, President Tinubu highlighted the importance of blending new talents with experienced veterans. He believes that this strategy will propel Nigeria’s success in women’s football to even greater heights during the tournament.

The President assured the players and coaching staff of the unwavering support and enthusiasm of all Nigerians. He encouraged the team to continue embodying Nigeria’s spirit of determination and excellence, both on and off the field.

With President Tinubu’s backing, the Super Falcons are well-prepared and motivated to face Australia in what promises to be an intense and decisive match on Thursday. The entire nation stands united behind the team, eagerly anticipating their success in the prestigious global event.

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