Nigeria’s nationwide feminine soccer workforce, Super Falcons have been subjected to hurls of abuse from an offended Nigerian in Vienna, Austria.
This occurred on a bus after their coaching within the European nation.
The visibly offended Nigerian man was mad that they may symbolize Nigeria regardless of all of the human rights abuses recorded by the federal government of Muhammadu Buhari, together with the killing and arrest of peaceable protesters.
A contingent of the nine-time African champions – Nigeria – on Sunday arrived in Vienna, the Austrian capital, for an 8-day coaching camp as a part of preparations for some upcoming video games, most notably the Aisha Buhari Invitational Women’s Football Tournament.
Lagos is scheduled to host the six-nation invitational that can see the Super Falcons, Ghana’s Black Queens, Cameroon’s Indomitable Lionesses, Banyana Banyana of South Africa, Morocco, and Mali compete in September for a trophy named in honour of Nigeria’s First Lady, Aisha Buhari.
Twentry-six gamers, alongside technical and administrative employees, are staying on the Event Hotel Pyramide, Vienna for tenting.
However, a video seen by SaharaReporters on Tuesday exhibits how the workforce have been subjected to a tirade of abuse from a visibly offended Nigerian within the European nation.
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The man urged the footballers to return to their bases and never symbolize Nigeria, which he described as a terrorist nation below President Muhammadu Buhari.
He stated, “I want to speak to you people. I am also a Nigerian and I live in Vienna. I have been living in here for so many years.
“You persons are representing a terrorist authorities. You Nigerian youths needs to be very ashamed of yourselves, everybody of you right here. This cannot occur in an European nation, that their youths are representing a authorities…we’re struggling thr youths of Nigeria.
“You are representing a terrorist organisation called Buhari, kidnapping its people and killing youths.”
His speech didn’t go down properly with a few of the Nigerian workforce members as they began to problem him. He nevertheless didn’t again down.
He continued, “I’m speaking to these youths. Don’t touch me, I will call the police on you. This is not a third world country, this is Austria. This is a democracy. You should be ashamed of yourselves. Over 200 people were killed at Lekki Pennisula and you are here representing Nigeria.”