This is actually funny....Kenya’s Harambee Stars had their training at the Ajao Estate Primary School, Oshodi on Wednesday evening ahead of their match against the Super Eagles on Saturday. Goal.com’s photographs of the Kenyans running on the dusty grounds of the school were retweeted all over the country as the east Africans got angry at the situation of their countrymen and they responded via Twitter lashing out Nigerians.
Swiftly, the topic #SomeonetellNigerians began to trend on the social networking site with many Kenyans weighing in with their thoughts.Continue to see some of their crzay tweets
@Sewe450: #SomeoneTellNigeria we can throw stones from Kenya and break that African Cup of Nation Trophy
@saints_vj: #SomeoneTellNigeria their plane will land at Liboi then they walk to Nairobi
@okweroh : They will Train in Mandera before taking a pickup truck to Nairobi. Just wait #SomeOneTellNigeria
@Obkerry: #SomeoneTellNigeria That Kenya is a respected country…And we have training grounds not those “Nigerian Acting Villages” Respect us
@jacksobaff: #SomeoneTellNigeria. They will land in Tharaka Nithi and play against our strongholds and board Miraa pickups to Nairobi
@Kisenyajesse: #someonetellnigeria we are disappointed by the way they’re treating Harambee. Next time they come here, come with your own airport to land
@dinobilal: #SomeoneTellNigeria we shall suspend the viewing of their movies if they fail to attend to our players appropriately
@Davynition: #SomeonetellNigeria we thought they were OGAnised. Harambee Stars Deserve better
@_gweth: #SomeoneTellNigeria We need an immediate apology, we are not a banana republic you will just intimidate.
@Superjohna07: #SOMEONETELLNIGERIA Our players don’t drive themselves to clubs to beg for transfers on deadline day
@Elvice33: #someonetellnigeria Kenya isn’t the type of country u would like 2 pick a fight with especially on social media!
The Kenyan players are in Nigeria to have a qualifer’s match against the Super Eagles on Saturday.
The Nigeria football federation has denied abandoning the Kenyan national team to its fate since Wednesday.