A Nigerian and verified social media (Twitter) user has taken to his handle and revealed that most Nigerians are wasting 90 minutes to watch football game, instead of investing such time in a business.
It is trite to say that one of the games that put body and Soul together among men, is football game, otherwise known as Soccer. When it comes to this, some men would not want to be distracted for any reason, by anyone. They pay so much attention and make sure they don't miss a glimpse of the game.
Also and apart from the pleasure people derive from football, many people now see it as a medium of making money. For instance, some persons would go about betting which team wins at the end of the match. And if the succeed, a huge sum of money becomes theirs.
However, a social media user whose photograph appears above and Twitter username identified as Dr. Dipo Awojide, has condemned the act of spending 90 minutes to watch football. According to him, this time could have helped you to invest in a business or look for a job.
Many people have reacted to the above post. Almost every person who commented, argue against the content of the post. According to them, it is not wrong for one to find out time and relax in this country where everything is difficult and full of troubles.
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