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Look At What Governor Abiodun Said About Anthony Joshua's Victory That Made People To React

Look At What Governor Abiodun Said About Anthony Joshua's Victory That Got Angry Reactions 

Nigerian heavy-weight boxer, Anthony Joshua has brought again, another glory to Nigeria after knocking out Bulgarian boxer, Kubrat Pulev in the ninth round of world title bout at SSE Arena, Wembley.

The winning made him to retain WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles.

What makes the match more entertaining and interesting was that his opponent, Kubrat Pulev has been unbeaten in his eight matches ever since 2014 when he lost against Wladimir Klitschko.

Meanwhile, this was Jousha's first match since December 2019 when he reclaim his belt from Andy Ruiz in Saudi Arabia. 

However, following Joshua's victory, many Nigerians here are jubilation and happy to see him win the match. President Muhammadu Buhari has also expressed his congratulatory message to Anthony Joshua. 

Meanwhile, the governor of Ogun state, governor Dapo Abiodun has also congratulated him over his victory against Bulgarian fighter, Kubrat Pulev.


According to Governor Abiodun, he made a statement in his facebook account handle that Joshua's victory could be justified for the investment of the state government.


In his statement, he said:

"AJ's victory gives us, Ogun state people immeasurable joy, as the IBF, WBA and WBO titleholder retained his place at his outing against Kubrat Pulev yesterday.

"So, this is to congratulate, on behalf of the good people of the Gateway state, our very own Anthony Joshua on the world celebrated victory that has brought us pride and a justification for our investment in sports and youth development"

The statement made Nigerians to react angrily. Check out what they are all saying below:

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