Nigerian OAP, Daddy Freeze made Nigerian Pastors and gospel singer Nathaniel Bassey the focus point of his social media celebration after Nigeria’s Super Eagles defeated Iceland in the ongoing FIFA World Cup competition.
Daddy Freeze who is a known critic of religious figures, warned Pastors not to take glory for the Super Eagles’ win. He tweeted;
“Dear Galaxy tither and other pastors, don’t take credit for today’s win, the man who scored both goals is a Muslim!
“Thank God they are not doing #HallelujahChallenge Nathaniel Bassey sef for claim am join.
“No be by anointing of jersey o, we no be mumu.”
Former Super Eagles’ captain, Austin Okocha who also reacted to Nigeria’s 2-0 win over Iceland said he was impressed with the Eagles performance during the second half.
“I was a bit nervous but the boys did very well in the second half, I was impressed.
Former Super Eagles’ captain, Austin Okocha has reacted to Nigeria’s 2-0 win over Iceland in their Group D fixture at the 2018 World Cup.
Former minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili who also reacted to Super Eagles’ victory said it taught Nigerians a big lesson. According to Oby Ezekwesili in her tweet, the Eagles following their 2-0 win against Iceland showed the importance of feedback from Nigerians.
The former minister wrote “Our Super Eagles taught Nigeria a really great Lesson today. What?
“That taking a feedback when not doing well is the pathway to success!
“Our Team had a positive attitude to the feedback from their compatriots who cried the loss of their 1st match. It PAID OFF!”
Ahmed Musa has also set a new record, after scoring twice in Nigeria’s 2-0 victory over Iceland in a 2018 World Cup Group D fixture on Friday.
The CSKA Moscow forward is now the only Super Eagles player in history, to have scored more than two goals in any World Cup tournament. Musa has also scored Nigeria’s last four goals in the competition.