Former Super Falcons coach , Ismaila Mabo wants the Federal Government to stop the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) from going ahead with the friendly match between the Super Eagles and DR Congo following Ebola outbreak, which has killed over 19 people in the East African country and 39 suspected
cases reported by the World Health Organisation ( WHO).
Speaking with newsmen yesterday, Mabo,who played for the Green Eagles, said it would amount to ‘putting the lives of millions of Nigerians at risk’ to allow the NFF go ahead with the match slated for May 28 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Another ex -international, former Green Eagles goalkeeper, Emmanuel Okala also reiterated that officials of the NFF should be held responsible if anything
happens to any Nigerian in the cause of the match against DR Congo.

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