USAfrica: Since Nigeria’s World Cup pipe-dream has exploded, time to return to issue of killings

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Nigeria's President Buhari

Rejoinders to the Tuesday June 26, 2018 World Cup soccer photo editorial comment by USAfrica Publisher Chido Nwangwu, titled ‘ARGENTINA ENGAGES HAND TO BEAT NIGERIA.’


By Patrick Nwadike, contributing editor of USAfricaonline.com

The better team won. Argentina outclassed Nigeria in all departments: ball control, consistent incursion  into Nigeria’s side/18 meter and skill.

In the 2nd half, Nigeria midfield completely collapsed, yet, Nigeria’s coach didn’t bring in fresh legs up until just about 3 minutes to end of match and Argentina was ahead. 

Nigeria tried, but it’s time to go home and face what is most important: the wanton killing of citizens everywhere, last of which was in Plateau state. Were Nigerians getting their priorities right, the shouldn’t have played in the 2018 World Cup.


By Emmanuel Kanu Ivi

Including engaging the Hand of God; because even God is angry with Nigeria for the massive killings of innocent Christians in Nigeria by Fulani Jihadists masquerading as herdsmen.

The Federal Government of Nigeria is saying nothing and absolutely doing nothing. Plateau state, Benue and North Eastern States Christians are still being killed in large numbers even as this World Cup fiesta is going on.

We don’t need to be celebrating any victory when those people over there are wailing in pains and in the graves.