Guinness Nigeria offers Super Eagles $5000 for every goal scored against Zambia Today

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Guinness, proud sponsor of the Super Eagles has offered a whopping $5,000 reward for every goal scored by the Nigerian team against Zambia later today. Remember Guinness has been supporting the team all the way to South Africa; collating goodwill messages of thousands of Nigerians on the largest Jersey in the world at a free access event currently on-going at Teslim Balogun Stadium Surulere, Lagos.  Guinness believes that this gesture will further boost the team’s resolve for victory in today’s encounter and bring to life the expectation of millions of Nigerians nationwide.

It is noteworthy that Guinness also recently launched a theme song that defines the true resolute spirit of every Nigerian and will hopefully help galvanize the team to be made of more. The theme song was produced by renowned producer Cohbams and features leading Nigerian artistes such as Bez, Waje, Ibo boy – Ill-bliss and pop-high-life sensation –Flavour

Guinness is certainly carrying the aspirations of Nigerians to the team in a major way.

Fans have been trooping out en-masse to show support for the Super Eagles by signing their goodwill messages on the largest Super Eagles jersey. Here is what some of the fans wrote… what are your own wishes for our dear national team especially as they take on Zambia later today?


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Super Eagle supporters



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3 Comments on Guinness Nigeria offers Super Eagles $5000 for every goal scored against Zambia Today
  • Let them say January 25, 2013 at 7:04 pm

    Those guys can be so unreliable and unpredictable at the same time. They can make one run to the toilet, so I’ll rather not watch for mood swing’s sake.

  • HABBA January 26, 2013 at 9:26 am

    they are still going to score 0 goals! so i dont know why anyone would waste money on those losers

  • January 26, 2013 at 7:48 pm

    So wetin go happen now?

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