Former Nigerian Senator, playwright and human rights activist, Senator Shehu Sani has taken to social media to react after Nigerian Golden Eaglets crashed out 2023 Under-17 African Cup of Nations tournament in Algeria following their 2-1 defeat to Burkina Faso on Thursday.
Reacting after the Nigerian Golden Eaglets crashed out of the tournament on Thursday night, Senator Shehu Sani tweeted: "This shall be our last misfortune."
This tweet from Senator Shehu Sani reacting after the Nigerian Golden Eaglets crashed out of the 2023 African Cup of Nations tournament in Algeria on Thursday night has attracted reactions from Nigerians and social media users, as some have said Amen, while some have described it as sad.
Here are some screenshots of reactions from Nigerians and social media users:
The result meant the Nigerian Golden Eaglets will not be at this year's FIFA Under-17 World Cup, as Burkina Faso completed Africa's representative at the World Cup, joining Senegal, Mali and Morocco.
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