Nollywood actress and DG of ROK Studios, Mary Remmy Njoku, has reacted to the disqualification of the Super Eagles of Nigeria from the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar after losing to the Black Stars of Ghana in Abuja on Tuesday.
Njoku thanked God that Nigeria didn’t qualify for the World Cup, adding that it would have been a distraction.
The 2022 World Cup Qualifiers between Nigeria and Ghana ended 1-1 draw at the MKO Abiola Stadium.
The Black Stars progressed to the World Cup on away goals, having drawn 0-0 in the first leg last week in Kumasi.
Reacting, Njoku, in a post via her Instagram account, said there are problems in Nigeria that need fixing, calling on the citizens to focus on them and put pressure on the federal government to do something.
Citing the recent attacks on a train and the airport in Kaduna, Njoku bemoaned the alarming insecurity in Nigeria.
She said: “Thank God we didn’t qualify for the world cup. It would have been a distraction. We need to focus on the real problems in Nigeria and pressure the Govt to do something.
“An attack on a train! An attack at the airport. The insecurity in Nigeria is alarming. No more unnecessary distractions!!! This needs everyone’s attention.”