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Guinness Night Football: “No better way to bring Africa closer” – What the celebrities said

19:51 GMT 26/03/2020
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The GNF special guests share their memories of an unforgettable pan-African festival of football

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    Njoya Ajara

    “Honestly, I liked the energy that all the participants give off,” the Indomitable Lioness began, “because I remember that when I had just started my first steps in the football stadium, with lots of emotions, it was the kind of energy that I released.”

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    Rio Ferdinand

    "There are people from all over different parts of Africa," Guinness ambassador Ferdinand said ahead of the Lagos event, "they've come together and it's like a beautiful thing.

    "The vibrancy, the people, I can't wait to get started."

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    Sauti Sol

    The guys from Kenyan group Sauti Sol certainly enjoyed their Guinness experience.

    “It’s a big deal for football fans like [ourselves],” the Kenyan afro-pop band told Goal, “and others still on the continent.

    “To have this kind of event opens up a different pandora’s box as far as football is concerned.”

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    Magnito

    "The event has been lit," Nigerian recording artist Magnito said after the Abuja event. "I'd say it's the most lit event I've been to this year, because the crowd is amazing.

    “The atmosphere is beautiful, all the flyest guys and the flyest girls in Abuja are in the building."

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    Salatiel

    "There's no better way to bring Africa closer to football," High Man General told Guinness. "I want to see an Africa that knows how to have fun."

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    Bebe Cool

    The Ugandan reggae star was one of the star attractions of Guinness Night Football, even if his side—Team Gold Harp—were defeated in the Lagos Pan African Extravaganza.

    “I think soccer is going to be the first priority for African people as entertainment,” he began, “so its continuity is so important. Guinness is on spot.

    “I’m looking forward to seeing all the celebrities play soccer.”