Aliko Dangote says he will not watch World Cup if Ghana beat Nigeria in play offs

I will not watch World Cup of Ghana beat Nigeria – Dangote

Aliko Dangote says he won’t watch World Cup if Ghana beat Nigeria in play offs

Africa richest man, Aliko Dangote says he will not watch the 2022 World Cup if Ghana beat Nigeria in plays offs. The World Cup which will take place in Qatar this November is getting near, and Ghana and Nigeria will clash in play offs to qualify. One of the West African country will not play in the tournament after March.

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Dangote made his intentions known when he went to inspect the Moshood Abiola Stadium.

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Aliko Dangote who is football entusiast says he would be going to Qatar to watch the 2022 world cup but that will only happen if Nigeria beat Ghana.

“It is not only important to me, it is important to all of us here. That is what will make us proud as Nigerians. If Nigeria does not qualify, I won’t go there” he told Nigerian news reporters. He was inspecting a stadium he supported Nigerian government to renovate.

Many Nigerians are entertaining themselves with fear after hearing Chris Hughton was Ghana Black Stars new coach. Chris Hughton appointed as Ghana Black Stars Head Coach

Some Nigerians have said that, Ghana has the upper hand to qualify looking at the CV of Chris Hughton. But some also believe the Super Eagles have what it takes to defeat Ghana.

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Both countries couldn’t perform at Afcon2021. Ghana left at the group stage while Tunisia bear Nigeria in quarterfinals of the tournament. So citizens are hoping that, their countries will represent them at World cup in Qatar later this year.

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