With the outbreak of COVID-19 and the hiatus of all football activities in Europe, Nigerian football star Victor Osimhen voiced his support in a message of hope.
Osimhen, who plays his club football for Ligue Un side Lille OSC, has been in self-isolation since the postponement of the league.
The Forward shared a message on social media, Sunday in reaction to the protocols adopted to curtail the spread and fight the Coronavirus.
In his message, Osimhen preached hope for the survival of all in an eight worded tweet.
:This too shall pass and GOD will prevail , He tweeted.
This too shall pass and GOD will prevail🙏🏽😤 pic.twitter.com/jOLTG2fY3s
— victor osimhen (@victorosimhen9) March 22, 2020
Osimhen who has 9 caps for Nigeria was among the 24 players invited by Super Eagles head Coach Gernot Rohr for the 2021 AFCON qualifiers against Sierra Leone.
The first-leg of the tie was scheduled to hold on March 27 in Asaba, but it has now been postponed by CAF due to the outbreak of the virus.
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