Drama As Angry Fans Destroy Television Over Nigeria’s Tragic AFCON Loss (Video)

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Drama As Angry Fans Destroy Television Over Nigeria’s Tragic AFCON Loss (Video)

A video has captured the moment some angry Nigerians broke their television set after Ivory Coast defeated Super Eagles in the finals of the AFCON.

A lot of Nigerians have expressed their pain and disappointment over the loss of the African Cup of Nations by the Super Eagles differently.

In a video that has emerged online, some Nigerians have been seen flipping their television off the wall to the ground out of anger.

Ivory Coast emerged as the winner of the 2024 AFCON after scoring 2 goals against Nigerians in the second half of the match.

Watch The Video Below;

See reactions below;

@Cece_jannelle: “The new price of tv 😂😂😮.

@Holasunkani: “
dem suppose chill small oo make dem check tv price atm 😂😂”

@Oj_simi: “😂😂😂
when he’s tired he’ll go buy a new one”

@Unque_phres:
“I done talk say na only protest remain for this country now if this government do any careless increase eeh them go feel it in davido voice.”.

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