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FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Australia-based Nigerian donates 55’’ TV set to Nigeria Football Supporters Club

The club’s National Chairman, Rev. Samuel lkpea, received the gift at the club’s secretariat, Barracks Bus Stop on Funso Williams Avenue, Lagos on Thursday evening, from the donor’s younger brother.

FIFA World Cup qualifiers: Australia-based Nigerian donates 55’’ TV set to Nigeria Football Supporters Club
(Left) Rev. Ikpea receiving the TV set

Donations have continued to stream into the Nigeria Football Supporters Club (NFSC) from its members in the Diaspora with the latest, a 55 inches Samsung Flat Screen TV set by Australia-based Jude Agboma.

Other donations to the club include six brand new Yamaha Trumpets donated by an unidentified Russia-based member.

The club’s National Chairman, Rev. Samuel lkpea, received the giftat the club’s secretariat, Barracks Bus Stop on Funso Williams Avenue, Lagos on Thursday evening, from the donor’s younger brother.

Agboma said his elder brother made the donation in appreciation of members total commitment and discipline while supporting Nigerian footballers locally and internationally.

He expressed the hope that the TV set would help boost the lovers of football and games in addition to creating a good relaxation and meeting point at the secretariat near both the National and Teslim Balogun Stadia.

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An elated Ikpea expressed gratitude to Agboma who, he described as a credible and committed member in faraway Australia.

“I lack words to describe the kind gesture of Mr Agboma who is a committed and reliable member.

“This giant TV is a big motivation to all members particularly now that football is gradually returning fully after the unfortunate COVID-19 pandemic,’’, Ikpea said.

Ikpea, who also thanked other members for their donations and solicited more corporate support as the club begins massive support for the Super Eagles in their FIFA World Cup qualifiers soon.

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