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South African President promises Bafana Bafana $20,000 to demolish Super Eagles of Nigeria

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised Bafana Bafana of South Africa $20,000 to beat the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the quarter final match of the African Cup of Nations in Egypt on Wednesday, even as a South African called on Prophet T.B. Joshua who hails from Nigeria but is revered in South Africa to remain spiritually neutral during the clash.

Super Eagles of Nigeria

“We rest assured Prophet T.B. Joshua is a spiritual father to both Nigeria and South Africa.

“The man of God will be neutral in the encounter between the two countries today,” revealed a South African supporter in a popular poll conducted in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Prophet T.B. Joshua

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