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The Nigeria Amputee Football team was involved in a car crash on their way to Abuja from Lagos on Monday. The team had a visa appointment at the Mexican Embassy in Abuja for their trip to the Amputee World Cup in Mexico.

Amputee World Cup: First batch of Special Eagles to depart on Wednesday – Fred Edoreh

Fred Edoreh, the Fund Raising Coordinator for the national amputee football team known as Special Eagles, on Monday expressed confidence on the likely departure of the first batch of players for the World Cup on Wednesday.
The Nigeria Amputee Football team was involved in a car crash on their way to Abuja from Lagos on Monday. The team had a visa appointment at the Mexican Embassy in Abuja for their trip to the Amputee World Cup in Mexico.

Nigeria amputee football team involved in car crash

The Special Eagles have constantly battled against odds in their bid to get to the World Cup in Mexico. After missing the last three editions of the World Cup due to a lack of funds, the team hopes to avoid a repeat which would result to heavy sanctions by the World Amputee Football Federation.

World Cup: Amputee federation commends Amaju Pinnick for financial support

Princess-Carol Ngozi, Vice President, Nigeria Amputee Football Federation, has commended Amaju Pinnick, the President of Nigeria Football Federation for his financial support to the national Amputee World Cup-bound team.

WAFF lifts suspension on Nigeria

The World Amputee Football Federation (WAFF) has lifted the ban on Nigeria following payment of accumulated affiliation fees by Nigeria Amputee Football Federation (NAFF).

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