Lagos - Super Falcons have been given a four-day break as the 2015 presidential election approaches.
The girls were decamped on Thursday March 26 and are expected back on Monday March 30 as they prepare for the return leg of the All Africa Games qualifier against Mali.
Coach Edwin Okon said the reason for the break is to allow the players perform their civic responsibility.
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“We are allowing you to go and perform your civil responsibilities by casting your votes in your respective residents. You are expected to report back to camp without failing by Monday next week.”
He added that the game against Mali is a priority, and a must-win.
“The task of beating Mali to qualify for the All Africa Games is our main focus now and after the draw in the first leg, we just have to prepare well and show them we are not in the same class” he statedFor the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page.