Minister Commends Super Falcons Amid Olympic 2024 Ticket Triumph -Sports Development Minister, Senator John Owan Enoh, has showered praise on the Super Falcons of Nigeria for securing their spot in the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris after a hard-fought battle against South Africa over two legs.

    Minister Commends Super Falcons

    Minister Commends Super Falcons for their resilience and relentless performance, which culminated in a goalless draw in Pretoria on Tuesday, securing their qualification to the Paris Olympics with a 1-0 aggregate victory.

    Enoh expressed profound pride in the Super Falcons’ accomplishment, emphasizing that their stellar performance warranted nothing less than a ticket to Paris.

    “Today, we applaud the Super Falcons for their exceptional demonstration of determination and perseverance, shattering barriers and reclaiming Nigeria’s position on the Olympic stage. Their triumph is not merely a victory for Nigerian football, but a testament to the strength of commitment and teamwork. As we eagerly anticipate Paris 2024, let us unite behind our champions and lend them our unwavering support as they strive for excellence,” he remarked.

    In a statement issued by his media aide, Diana-Mary Nsan, Enoh extended his congratulations to the coaching staff, players, and all Nigerians, emphasizing that it was a triumph for the entire nation.

    He further emphasized the need for collective efforts as they gear up to represent Nigeria with honor and determination at the Paris 2024 Olympics.

    The Super Falcons of Nigeria

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    The Super Falcons of Nigeria have etched their names in history by securing qualification for the 2024 Olympics, marking their return to the prestigious competition after a 16-year absence. Led by Coach Randy Waldrum, the Nigerian side demonstrated resilience and determination throughout the qualification process, culminating in a goalless draw against Bayana Bayana of South Africa in the decisive second leg.

    The journey to Olympic qualification began with a tightly contested first leg at the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja. In a match characterized by intense battles and strategic play, the Falcons managed to secure a narrow 1-0 victory, courtesy of a first-half penalty converted by Rasheedat Ajibade. This crucial away goal provided the Nigerian team with a vital advantage heading into the return leg in Pretoria.

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