A Nigerian billionaire who owns the multi-million Naira betting business, Premier Lotto (Baba Ijebu), Kensington Adebutu, has splashed the sum of N50m on the Super Eagles for being the first African country to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The successful businessman who was full of praise for the Super Eagles for their determination, professionalism and commitment.
He urged the players to be consistent and to prepare hard to be worthy ambassadors of Nigeria and Africa at the FIFA World Cup finals in Russia next year summer.
This is one of the many gifts dished out to the Super Eagles as a form of motivation in the game. One of such is a donation by the Nigeria Football Federation’s (NFF) new partners, Tropical General Investments Group, who promised N1million and ten bags of Big Bull Rice to the player who emerges the Man of the Match in the game against Zambia.
The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) also produced customized champagne bottles ahead of the game in anticipation of super Eagles’ victory in the world cup qualifier on Saturday.