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President Tinubu, 22 Governors Heading to Ivory Coast for Nigeria's 4th AFCON Title Hunt
- The AFCON 2023 final is slated for the famous Alassane Ouattara Stadium in Ebimpe, Abidjan
- The Super Eagles of Nigeria will battle the Elephants of Cote d'Ivoire for the ultimate prize
- Top government officials led by President Bola Tinubu are billed to arrive for the showdown
President Bola Tinubu of Nigeria will be in Ivory Coast as Nigeria battle the host nation for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations title.
The stage is set for the final match of the 34th edition of the continental showpiece billed for the Alassane Ouattara Stadium in Ebimpe, Abidjan, on Sunday, February 11.
Nigeria defeated South Africa via a penalty shootout following a pulsating semi-final clash in Bouake to book a place in the final.
The hosts, on the other hand, pipped DR Congo 1-0 to book a place in this year's final, per Al Jazeera.
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It was gathered that President Tinubu and his wife, Oluremi, will grace the occasion as Nigeria seek their fourth continental title.
At least 22 state governors are also said to be on the cards to see the Super Eagles trade tackles with the Elephants.
Ministers, National Assembly members, and captains of industries are also expected to be in attendance at the AFCON 2023 final.
Shortly after the Super Eagles' training session at the Écoles de la police nationale in Abidjan on Thursday, a source who pleaded anonymity told Sports Brief:
"President Bola Tinubu is coming here for the final along with his wife. In fact, about 22 governors are also expected, so it will be a full house on Sunday.
"Cabinet members and ministers will be here for the game against Ivory Coast as well."
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Nigeria are three-time African champions, having won the prestigious title in 1980, 1994 and 2013.
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Sports Brief earlier reported that as the 2023 TotalEnergies African Cup of Nations nears its conclusion, four goalkeepers have risen as heroes for their respective nations and are prime contenders for the prestigious Golden Glove Award.
Stanley Nwabali of Nigeria and South Africa's Ronwen Williams have showcased exceptional performances in goal, leading their teams to the latter stages of the tournament.
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