Hindjou and Tjongarero fans as Warriors get Kappa gear

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Namibia’s Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports Agnes Tjongarero and former Brave Warriors poster boy Congo Hindjou will lead the Warriors chants at the Grand Stade Marrakesh as the new look Brave Warriors competes at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals.

Tjongarero and Hindjou jetted down in Marrakesh with Qatar Airways and forms a reputable ochestra to cheer on the boys as they do duty first against Ivory Coast on Sunday evening.

Madam Tjongarero states that the Brave Warriors are in Morocco to do the business and whatever happens Namibians will be proud.

“ The boys have made it this far and I’m here to represent the many Namibians they have made proud last year. They are going for the kill and if they don’t get the result we want we still hold them in high esteem. They are the Brave Warriors and they have the qualities to still make us proud”, Tjongarero states.
Congo Hindjou, who was the darling of the Brave Warriors from midfield in the 90s says he will cheer on the boys and will also have motivate them and advise where possible and necessary.

“ I played with Ricardo Mannetti when we lost to Ivory Coast at the 1998 Nations Cup and now he is the head coach and we start with Ivory Coast and I ‘am here to watch the team and advise where I can and help our team win. We all have to do our part to encourage the boys to win and this team have grown over time and are very formidable and dependable”, Okahandja Mayor Hindjou says.

NFA Secretary General Barry Rukoro reveals that the team will be run out kitted in Kappa apparel after signing a new deal with the sportswear, replacing Adidas.
“ We have a new kit agreement with kappa and we will be having replica jerseys that will be sold at PicknPay Stores in Namibia very soon and the idea is for every Namibian to get a jersey and continue to support their team with pride”, Rukoro states, adding that prizes and details will be made available in due course.

Namibia will play their first game on Sunday against Ivory Coast at 18h30 Namibia time at the Grand Stade Marrakesh and then set eyes on their next group B fixture against Uganda on 18 January in Marrakech and finally play Zambia in Casablanca in the final group game on 22 January with the top two teams advancing to the quarterfinals.

Here is 23 Brave Warriors for the 2018 CHAN finals: Edward Maova, Charles Uirab, Lodyt Kazapua, Ferdinand Karongee, Tiberius Lombard, Charles Hambira, Edmund Kambanda, Dynamo Fredericks, Hendrick Somaeb, Petrus Shitembi, Benyamin Nenkavu, Ronald Ketjijere, Emilio Martin, Absalom Iimbondi, Roger Katjiteo, Kleopas Useb, Vitapi Ngaruka, Panduleni Nekundi, Junias Theophilus, Riaan Hanamub, Oswaldo Xamseb, Itamunua Keimuine and Himeezembi Hengombe.