Nigerian football fans are looking forward to the quarterfinal faceoff between Nigeria and Angola scheduled for Friday, February 2 at 6 pm at the Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny in Abidjan.
Nathaniel Bassey, a popular gospel musician, said in a tweet via his X profile that he had a vision regarding the big match.
“Why am I praying and the next thing I’m seeing is about super eagles? And hey, it’s not as though I’m thinking about them o per se… I’ve not even told you what I saw …,” he tweeted.
Nathaniel advised the Super Eagles not to waste goal-scoring opportunities against Angola. Sharing his dream with X followers, the gospel musician prayed that Nigeria will not cry over the match or any of the players.
He wrote: “Well, tomorrow we must take every chance that comes our way. It’s not the day to miss chances. I saw two people on the bench crying. May we not have cause to weep about the match and any of our players. If we have to weep, may it be for joy ooo. Amen. So it lifts the nation. It’s been tough lately.”
See his tweet below:
Some of the reactions that trailed the post, see them below:
@nathanielblow I take everything you say serious because the last time we played you say we should pray for our goal keeper and until he was knocked down that was when I now remembered your post on X please pray and lets know what God is saying about our match.”
@Amyelfsees: “There shall be rains of goals that will make us to shout JESUS IYE!!!”
@ArhtoK: “I’m sorry Nat, super Eagles will loose.”
@God_of_X: “I have seen Osimhen score a hat-trick but people don’t believe me anyways. Smh.”
@Ebyfyn: “We are winning.”
@ExcelasUnique: “We will win it.” *