The Nigeria Football Supporters Club (NFSC) have gone spiritual in its support to ensure the Super Eagles defeat Algeria’s Desert Foxes in the semi-final and go ahead to win the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Thi was revealed by the National Chairman of NFSC, Rev. Samuel Ikpea.
According to the clergy and football enthusiast, who just arrived Cairo, Egypt, his delayed arrival was due to the 21 days fasting and prayers he held in support of the Super Eagles cause.
“I just arrived Egypt and it was because I fasted for 21 days and nights to give our team the spiritual support and strength needed at such times,” Ikpea stated.
“This is not new with us in the NFSC, because we have had such fasting and prayers on behalf of the team and the country, on several occasions,” he said.
The Super Eagles face Algeria on Sunday in Cairo, in the semi-final clash that has been described as titanic by football pundits.