Ex-super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has seeked for prayers after a twin bomb attack hit Belgium e...
It will be recalled that the former Super Eagles Olympic medalist and AFCON winner handed in his resignation last month after managing 19 games as head coach of the Super Eagles.
At least 34 people have been killed and many seriously injured in terrorist attacks at Brussels international airport and a city metro station.
|A picture of pepeople leaving the airport after the blast.|
Belgium are set to play Portugal in an international friendly at Brussels' King Baudouin Stadium on Tuesday, March 29, but the fixture is now in doubt following suspected terrorist bomb attacks in the nation's capital.
Oliseh who is based in Belgium with his family tweeted and asked for prayers after the unfortunate attack.
Brussels transport officials say 15 people were killed and 55 injured, 10 seriously. Belgium has now raised its terrorism threat to its highest level.These bomb blasts in Brussels is probably scariest day for us all here in Belgium.We Desperately need God's intervention soonest.Pray 4 Us!— Sunday Oliseh (@SundayOOliseh) March 22, 2016