NFSC storms Anambra for burial of patriotic Nigerian, who died during AFCON game


Nigeria Football Supporters Club (NFSC), has concluded plans to storm the Amanuke Community in Anambra State for the burial of the legendary and patriotic Nigerian, Chief Angus Osondu Nwoye (Nwachinemelu 1 of Amanuke).

Chief Nwoye died during the high tensioned AFCON semi-final match between the Super Eagles of Nigeria and Bafana Bafana of South Africa, hosted this year by Cote d’Ivoire.

According to the National Chairman of the club, Ambassador Samuel O. Ikpea, they’re in liaison with the Family of the fallen patriot, Chief Angus Osondu Nwoye, to ensure that the Nigeria Football Supporters Club is fully represented at the burial.
” We’re preparing seriously to ensure the club participate fully in the burial of the great patriot who paid the supreme sacrifice supporting the national team to victory and no respect will be too much to give this fallen Nigerian

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” I want to tell you that the Nigeria Football Supporters Club Shall never abandon the Super Eagles or anybody who openly identified with the national team both in life or in death and that’s why we will storm his home town in good numbers to pay him our last respect.
” Right now, we have started mobilizing our members in all the nooks and crannies of Anambra State and at the National headquarters, ready to storm Amanuke and let members of that community, Anambra State and the entire country know that their illustrious son Chief Angus Nwoye (Nwachinemelu 1 of Amanuke) shall never walk alone, because he died as a patriotic Nigerian”, concluded Ambassador Samuel O. Ikpea, National Chairman of the club

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