It is no longer news that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has signed the bill for Nigeria to return to the old National Anthem into law.

President Tinubu on May 29, after being passed by the two-third majority of the National Assembly members signed the bill for Nigeria to stop recognizing the ‘Arise O Compatriot’ as the Country’s National Anthem As the previous ‘Nigeria, we hail thee’ will become the country’s anthem.

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This will have a significant impact on the Nigeria Super Eagles players as they prepare to take on the Bafana Bafana of South Africa on June 7 at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in a crucial World Cup Qualifiers.

The players will have to use one week and learn the country’s anthem else will only become spectators when the country’s anthem is being sung.

It has however been noted that the ‘Nigeria, we hail thee’ was the first anthem used after Nigeria’s Independence on October 1, 1960, but it is however believed that none of the Super Eagles players is above as old as Nigeria’s 64 years hence will become a problem to them.