Nigeria police boss, Abubakar, congratulates Super Eagles

Nigeria emerged as African Champions from the competition.

The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, on Tuesday congratulated the Nigeria Super Eagles for emerging winners of the Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON 2013.

The police boss, in a message signed by the Force Public Relations Officers, Frank Mba, described the victory as superlative and heartwarming. Mr. Abubakar said the victory of the Super Eagles is a strong unifying force that has brought hope and smiles to the faces of Nigerians.

Mr. Mohammed, a former sports administrator, advised Nigerian youth to emulate the patriotic spirit of the Super Eagles by redefining their priorities as well as shunning crime and criminal


The police boss promised that the forthcoming police games in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, will be used to discover and groom future Olympians and champions in various sports for Nigeria.


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