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These love­ly pho­tos of a white cou­ple & their kids rock­ing the Super Eagles Kits will make you smile

These love­ly pho­tos of an Oyin­bo cou­ple and their kids rock­ing the Super Eagles kits for Rus­sia 2018 world cup will make you proud to be Niger­ian.

The kits have been named the best for the tour­na­ment and imme­di­ate­ly sold out the moment Nike launched it for sale on the 1st of June. Short­ly after the kits sold out, Nike revealed that there is no plan to restock as fans all over the world are yearn­ing to have a copy of the jer­sey.

The brain behind the design of the Super Eagles kits is Matthew Wolff who works for Nike. After the unveil­ing, he took to Twit­ter to say;

It was so much fun design­ing these World Cup 2018 pieces for Nige­ria with the Nike team!”

Many Nige­ri­ans are won­der­ing why a kit meant for them can’t be found in any store in Nige­ria. They even com­plain about the delay in launch­ing the kit which has led to the coun­ter­feit flood­ing the Niger­ian mar­ket.

Recall one of those sell­ing the fake jer­seys in Nige­ria was inter­viewed by BBC. He spoke of the gains he was mak­ing. The coun­ter­feit can be got­ten for as low as N4,000. Many Nige­ri­ans, even those who can afford the orig­i­nal at its expen­sive price, have resort­ed to wear­ing the fake which real­ly doesn’t look much dif­fer­ent from the orig­i­nal. This is due to the delay Nike took in launch­ing the sale and also not launch­ing in Nige­ria.

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