2022 World Cup Qualifiers: Nigerian players forced to jump off the plane in Ghana
By Guardian Exclusive
24 March 2022 | 5:54 pm
The Super Eagles of Nigeria have arrived in Ghana for the first leg of the Qatar 2023 World Cup Qualifiers against the Black Stars of Ghana. The Nigeria contingent departed from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja aboard a chartered Air Peace aircraft on Thursday morning.
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