Chief Kensington Adebutu, Ogun State businessman and multi-millionaire, rewarded the Super Eagles with N50 million.

It happened after the three-time African champions became the first country in Africa to enter FIFA World Cup 2018.

In particular, Chief Adebutu thanked Super Eagles for their professionalism, determination, and commitment throughout the qualifying campaign. While communicating with midfielders Alex Iwobi and Ogenyi Onazi, the entrepreneur urged the team to prepare hard to be worthy ambassadors of Nigeria at the FIFA World Cup finals in Russia, which will take place in Russia, in summer 2018.

The Super Eagles have entered FIFA World Cup 2018 after playing seven matches and finally received the desired ticket on October 7, 2017. Seven games contain the home-and-away first round against Swaziland which took place in November 2016.

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