NFF Top officials are set to arrive England in the coming days in a bid to convince England U-21 striker Oluwaseyi Babajide (also known as Seyi Ojo) to dump England and switch over to the Super Eagles of Nigeria 90 minutes goal reports. 

This will be the second time the NFF will attempt to convince Ojo after he was approached in 2016 with a chance to join coach Samson Siasia’s Dream team IV for the Rio 2016 Olympics, but Ojo turned down the request and asked for more time to think about it.

However his stake has risen after he was part of the victorious England team that won the FIFA U-20 World Cup in August this year.

Seyi Ojo was Born in England in 1997 to a Briton mother (Natahsha Ojo) and a Nigerian father (Olu Ojo), he has represented England at under-16, under-17, under-18, under-19 and under-21 levels.


NFF Top officials are set to arrive England in the coming days in a bid to convince England U-21 striker Oluwaseyi Babajide (popularly known as Seyi Ojo) to dump Engalnd and switch over to the Super Eagles of Nigeria 90minutesgoal.com reports.

This will be the second time the NFF will attempt to convince Ojo after he was approached in 2016 with a chance to join coach Samson Siasia’s Dream team IV for the Rio 2016 Olympics, but Ojo turned down the request and asked for more time to think about it.

However his stake has risen after he was part of the victorious England team that won the FIFA U-20 World Cup in August this year.

Seyi Ojo was Born in England in 1997 to a Briton mother (Natahsha Ojo) and a Nigerian father (Olu Ojo), he has represented England at under-16, under-17, under-18, under-19 and under-21 levels.

Source:- www.90minutesgoal.com

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NFF Top officials are set to arrive England in the coming days in a bid to convince England U-21 striker Oluwaseyi Babajide (also known as Seyi Ojo) to dump England and switch over to the Super Eagles of Nigeria 90 minutes goal reports.  This will be the second time the NFF will attempt...