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Minister Urges Massive Support for Copper Queens in Crucial Olympic Qualifier Against Morocco

The Minister of Youth, Sport, and Arts, Hon. Elvis Nkandu, MP, has issued a passionate plea to soccer fans across the Copperbelt and the nation at large to rally behind the Copper Queens as they gear up to face the Atlas Lionesses of Morocco in a pivotal Paris 2024 Olympics final round qualifier at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.

Hon. Nkandu has urged supporters to turn out in record numbers to demonstrate their unwavering support for the national team and to create an electrifying atmosphere at the stadium. Emphasizing the importance of peaceful conduct, he implored fans to refrain from any acts of hooliganism and to uphold the spirit of fair play throughout the match.

Describing the Copper Queens as a formidable side capable of achieving remarkable results, Hon. Nkandu expressed confidence in their ability to deliver a stellar performance, particularly with the backing of passionate fans.

“Both encounters against Morocco are undoubtedly challenging, but with the collective support of each and every one of us, our girls have the potential to shine on the field and secure positive outcomes. Therefore, I urge soccer fans, especially those on the Copperbelt, to show up in large numbers,” stated Hon. Nkandu.

He commended the Copper Queens for their exemplary achievements, including their historic qualification for the World Cup, and emphasized the importance of maintaining momentum by clinching victory in today’s crucial home fixture.

“The Copper Queens have brought immense pride to our nation with their outstanding performances, and it’s imperative that we continue to rally behind them, particularly in such decisive matches,” added the Minister.

In light of the significance of the encounter, Hon. Nkandu urged the Copper Queens to seize the opportunity and secure a vital victory, thereby bolstering their prospects of qualifying for the 2024 Olympics.

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