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Nigeria opens African village for world cup fansal in South Africa

Nigeria whose national team has been flopping in the on going World cup has opened an African Village that is meant to galvanize fans and exhibit all the things that make the country thick.

Declaring the village open, Nigeria’s Ambassador to South Africa, Dr Buba Marwa urged the Eagles to fly high in the competition to show that Nigeria was truly a giant of Africa. With many Nollywood stars streaming around, Marwa recounted Nigeria’s pioneering efforts in the fight to liberate South Africa from the pangs of apartheid.

“We have strong linkages with South Africa. Nigeria played a prominent role against apartheid and they are ever appreciative of Nigeria. The Eagles were the first African country to arrive for the World Cup. Now, Nigeria is the first country to open their Village. I urge the Eagles to also soar high in their next match.

And like the President said when he paid them a visit, I repeat that we must support the team whether they win or sink. But they will not sink (a thunderous ovation followed). Otunba Runsewe highlighted the importance of the village and the many actors and actresses that graced the occasion.

He said that Nigeria through tourism has brought the image of the country to the fore and would not relent to see that Nigeria’s enjoys commendations instead of condemnations in the eyes of the world. The Nigerian supporters provided music while a greater part of the musicians were scheduled to play in the cold weather at night.