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NIDEO-Austria mocked, distances itself from the attacks of anger of the Super Falcons

The Nigerians In Diaspora Organization, NIDOE-Austria, has described
as ‘misguided’ an attempt by a self-proclaimed living in Austria
Nigerians to harass and embarrass the Super Falcons while they were on
a subway to downtown Vienna on Tuesday.

In a two-page letter signed by Subrinah Joy Dolischka (office of
Chair) and Deji Adeyemo (Secretary’s Office) and received from
the Nigerian Football Association NIDOE-Austria condemns very much
strong terms the attack by the guy and insisted that it be them
“It’s great that the Falcon players chose Austria for their summer camping
this year. “

The organization made it clear that “our harassment”
Player on a turn is misguided. Although he may not have tried
physically attacking each of them would this verbal harassment
not solve any problems in Nigeria. This action is against theirs
Rights to dignity as guaranteed by Austrian law … although Austrian law
Guarantee freedom of protest and demonstration, there are procedures
this must be followed and this right is not a blanket provision
harass innocent and private persons.

The organization said it saw “no problems with capturing the hawks”.
public transportation, which is usually very comfortable and safe, too
get a feeling for how people live in Vienna, “express that it is so”
“Horrified by the guy’s actions, whatever the motive
and hereby distance ourselves from his misguided actions and
judge it. This promotion is not representative of the Nigerian community
in Austria.

“We find this action worrying and unacceptable and we regret it
the incident occurred in our otherwise peaceful and progressive people

“We hope that the hawks, despite this unfortunate incident
amused themselves in Austria and their preparations for their coming
The tournament is unchanged. We stand by them and wish them
Success in the upcoming tournament and may they surge higher and higher
in their endeavor to make us proud. “

The nine-time African champion who has been a
eight-day training camp before the upcoming Aisha Buhari
Women’s invitational tournament, held in Lagos in September,
will depart from Vienna on Saturday.


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