Super Eagles forward Victor Osimhen has downplayed the possibility of the Nigerian team engaging in sexual acts in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, in Ivory Coast.

Osimhen said the Super Eagles will stay away from “Olosho” while staying focused ahead of the final AFCON clash.

He spoke in a video call with injured Super Eagles player, Victor Boniface, who asked that women of easy virtue be given to the team as part of their celebration for qualifying for the final of the tournament.

Boniface had said “Make them give Pere Nwa two Oloshos each for this night, una deserve am.”

Responding, Osimhen said: “Thunder go fire you. We stay focused until we win, you hear wetin I dey talk. No Olosho yet we stay focus until we win, hope you are walking alone now. Have you started walking alone?”

Super Eagles had defeated the Bafana Bafana of South Africa 4-2 to qualify for the final of the 2023 AFCON.

The Nigerian team had defeated their South African counterpart in a penalty shootout after playing 1-1 in normal and extra time.

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No oloshos yet! — Osimhen shuts down Boniface’s wild suggestion amid South Africa celebrations#PulseSportsAFCON2023 #AFCON2023

— Pulse Sports Nigeria (@PulseSportsNG) February 8, 2024

AFCON 2023: ‘No Olosho until we win’ – Osimhen speaks after Super Eagles defeated South Africa

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