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  • Updated: October 21, 2020

Manchester United Forward, Ighalo Calls On UN, John Ogu Boycott Upcoming Games

Manchester United Forward, Ighalo Calls On UN, John Ogu Boyc

Tuesday night has been marred by deaths and killings in Nigeria after the Lagos State Government declared a curfew in the city due to the unrest over the #EndSARS protest.

AllNews reports that at least two Nigerian professional footballers have expressed their unhappiness over the current situation in the country including Manchester United forward, Odion Ighalo, and John Ogu.

John Ogu has expressed his unhappiness as he called on Nigerian politicians to "call their children to represent the country in the upcoming Super Eagles games" on Twitter.

After already tweeting his level of anger over the incident on Tuesday night.

The Manchester United forward was more vocal on his own part with a record of him at the Parc des Prince stadium in Paris after Manchester United won PSG in the UEFA Champions League game, expressing his discontent and anger specifically at the Nigerian Government on the treatment of its citizens.

The 31-year-old said he is ashamed of the government, seizing the opportunity to call on foreign bodies to intervene in the issue.

In what is now called "Black Tuesday night", different forms of deaths, injuries inflicted on the protesters have run into several cases with disturbing videos and pictures all over the internet.

The city of Lagos remained under curfew and suggestions indicate that it would remain so until calmness can be achieved in the metropolitan.

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