Former Nigerian Senator, playwright and human rights activist, Senator Shehu Sani has left his fans and social media users buzzing after revealing why he boycotted watching any Nigerian Super Eagles game until May 29th.
Senator Shehu Sani reveals that he have boycotted watching any football game involving the Nigerian Super Eagles until after the 29th of May, for the health of his heart.
Revealing why he boycotted watching any Super Eagles match, Senator Shehu Sani tweeted: "I have boycotted watching any football match involving the Super Eagles until after May 29th. This is for the health of my Heart."
This tweet from Senator Shehu Sani revealing why he has boycotted watching any football match involving the Super Eagles until after May 29th has attracted reactions from his fans and social media users, as some have pitched their tent with him, while some have lamented the Golden Eaglets defeat to Burkina Faso on Thursday night.
Here are some screenshots of reactions from his fans and social media users:
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