Sunday Adoli tasks Enyimba to beat Anges de Notse


Nigeria's ambassador to Togo, Matthew Sunday Adoli has charged Enyimba players and officials to remain determined as they prepare for their return leg clash with Anges de Notse in Togo.

Enyimba go into Sunday’s game with a two goal advantage after beating the Togolese outfit 3-1 at the Aba Township Stadium in the first leg.

In his address, the country's Ambassador praised the good works of Enyimba and he implored not to allow any form of
intimidation distract them from their primary objective of moving to the next round of the Caf Champions League.

"I am happy to have you here in Lome for this important match. I always find joy in identifying with Nigerians and it even makes it special that it is from Abia State where I had my National Youth
Service Corps many years ago,” Ado said.

"I was told that Enyimba has a match against a Togolese team and I had to reshape my engagement to see you people. You must be good ambassadors of Nigeria here in Togo because whatever you do now till you depart for Nigeria will portray the image of the country.

“Don't be intimidated in the face of hostile environment. You must maintain the winning mentality of other sportsmen and women who have done the country proud in the past. The President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan administration has recorded a lot of successes in the area of sports and you are here to maintain that," he concluded.

A win or a draw at least for the Aba Millionaires against the hosts on Sunday will see them qualify for the next stage of the competition.