Minister of Sports Condemns How Super Falcons Were Stranded at Abuja After They Returned Home from Ivory Coast

The Minister of Sports Condemns How Super Falcons Were Stranded at Abuja After They Returned Home from Ivory Coast

The Minister of Sports, Sunday Dare, has strongly condemned the unpleasant treatment and abandonment of the national women senior football team, the Super Falcons on arrival from Cote’d Ivoire


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LatestNgnews.com reported that The Super Falcons had returned to Abuja from Abidjan, Cote’d Ivoire where, they sealed their spot at the African Women Cup of Nations tournament to be hosted in Morocco in July.

 

 

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In widely circulated videos trending on social media, the footballers and their officials were seen going through difficult times at the airport, delayed for about four hours owing to Covid 19 protocols and later the locking up of all terminal exit doors for a totally different reason.

 

One of the players, Uchenna Kalu was seen lying on the floor, in pain and dire need of medical attention. Dare, clearly disappointed with the incident, said a complete account of what happened has been received by his office and the Ministry will send it to the National Centre of Disease Control(NCDC) and the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) to thoroughly investigate the matter and ensure that our footballers, sports men and women are treated fairly and respectfully.

 

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) will meet with the relevant authorities to review and ensure that this type of situation does not happen again.

 

 

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