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“Hunger is a bastard”, Sowore berates Kanu and other former super eagles player over Tinubu‘s support

The Nigerian popular activist and Presidential aspirant, Omoyele Sowore, has belittle Kanu Nwoku and a group of ex Nigerian Super eagles players over paying a goodwill visit to Ahmed Tinubu Bola, Presidential aspirant and also the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

On the 19th of March, 2022 the former Nigerians players Jay-Jay Okocha, Nwankwo Kanu, Victor Ikpeba, Peter Rufai, Tijani Babangida, Mutiu Adepoju, and Taribo West, visIted the APC leader Tinubu the “Jagaban” of Lagos state at his house in Lagos ahead of novelty football match to mark the presidential aspirant and the APC National leader 70th birthday which holds on Sunday 20th of March, 2022 venue at the Onikan Stadium.

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The popular activist, omoyele Sowore took to his official page to react to the development, which he described as hungry set of people.

According to the popular activist and an aspirant, he stated: Hunger is a bastard! JJ Okocha, Kanu Nwankwo, Victor Ikpeba, Taribo West, and other ex-Super Eagles players paid Tinubu a visit today to endorse him.

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“I used to think Victor Ikpeba was a smart person! Shame on these ex-soccer Super Eagles players! Imagine sending them to play for Nigeria as a team in the World Cup after they’ve expired?” He said



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