The Waziri of Adamawa congratulated the home-based Super Eagles for emerging victorious against all odds.
He said their victory was an indication of what “can happen when we are united focused and committed.”
In a series of tweets, the former Vice President said despite losing its goal keeper, Ikechukwu Ezenwa earlier in the game, the Super Eagles didn’t lose their “initiative.”
He wrote: “our @NGSuperEagles have made it to the finals #CHAN2018. We can learn from their success – proof of what can happen when we are united, focused and committed.
“Sad that @NGSuperEagles has lost her goalkeeper, Ikechukwu Ezenwa early in the game but glad we didn’t lose the initiative, as we are now in the lead.”
The home based Super Eagles qualified for the Morocco 2018 African Nations Championship final after defeating Sudan 1 – 0 in Marrakesh, Morocco.