Yobo: I quit football for politics 

Former Super Eagles’ captain, Joseph Yobo, has expressed his readiness to join partisan politics in the country.

Former Super Eagles’ captain, Joseph Yobo, has expressed his readiness to join partisan politics in the country.
The Rivers State-born former defender stated this on a popular Lagos radio station on Monday.
According to Yobo: “I’m very passionate about politics and that’s why I was at some campaign rallies to understudy a few things about Nigerian politics.
“Liberian President George Weah is a role model in this regards as he made a lot of us believe we can also contribute to nation building.
“Some of us played a big role while in the national team because you need to understand the rudiments to lead, most especially when you are the leader. You have a big role to play between the players, the coaches and the administrators as there are lots of things behind the scene.”
The ex-Everton defender however declined to reveal the elective position he is eying and when he will roll out the drums for campaign.
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