It was on Friday 2nd December 2022 that history was rewritten when an African football team (Cameroon) choked one the most cherished football teams in the world, Brazil in front of 85,986 fans in Lusail stadium in Qatar.
My reader, history was neither rewritten by ink nor by paint but by the Cameroonian bald headed black horse called Vincent Aboubaker who stopped a fire moving ball which with his head directed it to Brazil’s goal in the dying minute of the game.
Brazil has won all seven previous meetings with African teams at the World Cup, including beating Cameroon in 1994 and again in 2014.
However, the white horses (Brazilians) felt dizzy following the constant attacks from the black horses (Cameroonians) who in the last stanza of the game forced Brazil to change its name to” Brazero.”
The big boy “Brazero” is nursing wounds after being injured by Cameroon’s eruption which electrified supporters of the Indomitable Lions at Lusail Stadium who had likely expected the game to end in a draw.
Following the FIFA world cup tournament 2022, many African nations have taught a lesson to many elite football teams as evidenced in the previous plays for example on 25th November host Qatar lost to Senegal, two days later, Belgium lost to Morocco, South Korea succumbed to Ghana, and France to Tunisia.
The God of western football skills, leadership shifts to African countries.
The gigantic continuous victory of African nations over the elite teams from the white continent demeans and demolishes the superiority complex of whites which has over the years tamed Africans to explain their reality based on the white man’s philosophy which has failed to yield results in their households.
The west sting Africans under the guise of promoting democracy and human rights on which have been acting parallel when intervening in African affairs like in Libya where they were blind to their bona fide human rights .
Sometimes they clandestinely jump into Africans affairs by funding anti-developmental groups in African nations. In Uganda NUP was funded to protest against the construction of EACOP and should it not be the voices of the Uganda and Tanzania heads of states, it would be a different story with EACOP as it would be with Cameroon should it not be Vincent Aboubaker’s magnetic head at work.
As a devoted Pan-African and a peace keeper, President Museveni has continued to abort numerous political, economic and social threats in Uganda and East Africa at large like Devis Epassy kept aborting Brazil’s wires.