FIFA Women’s World Cup: Senate hails Super Falcons


By Aluta News

Aug 7, 2023

The Senate has commended the Super Falcons for their performance at the on-going 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The Super Falcons crashed out on Monday after losing to England, 2-4 on penalties.

The commendation was sequel to a point of order raised by Deputy Senate President, Jibrin Barau, during plenary on Monday.

Barau said the commendation would further encourage the players and other youths in the country to do things that would be beneficial to them and the country.

“The commendation will encourage the players to do more in future competitions.

“Aside from the Super Falcons, it will encourage other youths in the country to engage in things that will be beneficial to them and the country,” he said.

President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio, said: “Our young girls who went to battle in the World Cup have made the country proud.

“We must commend them for displaying their talents. We believe strongly that in the future they will do better by God’s grace.”


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