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Onazi To Visits TB Joshua For Prayers Ahead Of Super Eagles Battle With Red Devils Of Congo



Super Eagles’ workaholic mid­fielder, Ogenyi Onazi, has re­vealed that he would seek the face of God at the Synagogue of all Na­tions ahead of Saturday’s crucial Africa Cup of Na­tions qualifier against the Red Devils of Congo in Brazzaville.
The Lazio of Italy mid­field gem has set his sights on victory in Congo over the host in this weekend’s win or burst encounter but has called on Nigerians to unite in prayers for the success of the team.
A proud member of the Synagogue of all Nations, Onazi, expected to arrive in Nigeria last night, in a release by the Media Of­ficer of the Super Eagles, Ben Alaiya, declared:
“Once I arrive in Nige­ria, I will go to my father in the Lord (Prophet TB Joshua) to pray with me, because I want the Nations Cup ticket and I know we can win in Congo. We must also cooperate and forget past differences to achieve our aim”.
Preparations for the make or break Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Congo Brazzaville in Point Noir is expected to begin today follow­ing the arrival of invited Nigerian league stars in Abuja on Saturday, after a highly impressive 1-0 win over Ghana in the maiden Restoration Cup at the ultra-modern Akwa Ibom International Stadium last Friday.
The players that came into camp with Head Coach Stephen Keshi, his assis­tants and other members of staff of the national team are goalkeeper Chigozie Agbim, Warri Wolves skipper, Azubuike Egwue­kwe, Solomon Kwambe, scorer of the epoch mak­ing goal in Uyo, Emem Eduok, Nasara United’s Tony Edjomari, Christian Osaghuna Ighodalo, Gbo­lahahan Salami and new comer Kingsley Sokari.
The players are nested at their usual abode in Bolton White Apartment, Zone 7, Abuja and Keshi said all invited players should be in camp latest today.
“We have no time for this game and the players know, so all of them must be here early enough for the trip to Congo”, Keshi declared.

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