Nigerians blast VP Osinbajo for tweeting on Nigeria vs Argentina match

Nigerians on twitter have come for the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo over his tweet about the Nigeria vs Argentina match that is already ongoing.

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Osinbajo had earlier taken to social media to wish the Super Eagles luck in their match against Argentina.

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He wrote:

Today in Ibadan, someone asked me my thoughts on the Nigeria vs Argentina game.

My response was simple.

By God’s grace, victory will be ours but no matter the outcome, we are proud of these young men and what they represent to us as a nation. #TheNaijaSpirit pic.twitter.com/G43WPhfNpg

However, the Vice President’s tweet did not meet a lot Nigerians on Twitter well, as many of them were of the opinion that it was a wrong time for the VP to be talking about football considering how many Nigerians have died in the last 72 hours in Nigeria.

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See how many Nigerians reacted:

People will still be unhappy no matter the outcome because of this senseless killing acros the nation. plateau

Another person claimed he has no conscience:

Leaders without conscience. You should be mourning people that died in plateau, not talking about football. Have a rethink

And this:

Blood shed is the order of the day in your country and you are just feeling unconcerned because none of your people is involve . The northern christians are being slaughtered on daily basis and our christian VP is talking about match. What a shame

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