- A Nigerian man insisted on Twitter that Leicester City Football Club must address Kelechi Iheanacho properly
- The club had made a post saying Iheaanacho had scored the winning goal to send Nigeria to the AFCON finals
- But in his reply to the club's post, a Nigerian man, @sagesingsong, insisted the club should have added the 'Senior Man' title to the name
A Nigerian man corrected Leicester City FC and insisted that they must address Kelechi Iheanacho as 'Senior Man', following a congratulatory post to the Super Eagles, who scaled to the finals of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON).
'Senior Man' is the title Iheanacho is known with, but the club had made a post without including it.
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However, a Nigerian man, @sagesingsong, quickly noticed that the 'Senior Man' title was not included, and he promptly mentioned it.
"Who you dey call Iheanacho, wetin do senior man?"
The club had to make another post, adding the 'Senior Man' title to Iheanacho's name.
See the banter below:
Reactions as man corrects Leicester City FC
"Walaiii we be werey for this country. Wetin he call am no still bad but we no dey entertain insult for this country."
"Nigerians can endure but we hate disrespect to whom is due. @LCFC add senior man to his name. Ok."
"Take a chill pill bro. I love that bro."
"Normally everybody for this country na bully. Especially when it's against Foreigners. We no the Gree make anybody do anyhow for one of us. Na only us fee do ourselves."
"Una like trouble!"
"Try dey calm."
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In a related story, YEN.com.gh reported that a white man predicted the scoreline of the Super Eagles' semi-final match against Ivory coast.
In a TikTok video, @callum_wm said the match between Nigeria and South Africa on Wednesday, February 7, would end in a one-nil scoreline in favour of the Super Eagles.
In the second game involving Ivory Coast and DR Congo, the man said it would end with two goals in favour of Congo.
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