Lateef Omidiji made his clear choice to represent Nigeria after when U.S.A present to him the opportunity to represent the United States Of America.
This young man was born in the USA on 14th September 2003 but still chooses Nigeria over his place of birth even when he had the opportunity that most people don’t have.
We firmly believe he is excellent and another promising player that everyone will love to hear his story in the future
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) states that the young promising player will join the National U-15 team while preparations for the African Youth Games(AYG) continues.
According to the source, he follows his elder sister Sophia Omidiji in turning down an opportunity to represent other countries, Sophia Omidiji recently honoured her invitation to join Super Falcons.
Lateef Omidiji was called upon by Coach Danladi Nasidi along with 28 other promising players as this is a must-win game for the country in other to defend the title won 4 years ago which was the last edition in Botswana.
THESE ARE THE 29 PLAYERS INVITED TO THE NIGERIA U-15 CAMP
Obinna Franklin Agha, Babatunde Oluwatobi Adeleke, Moses Olaitan Aluko, Abubakr Manu Sa’idu, Lateef Omidiji Jnr, Ibrahim Inuwa Muhammad, Sulaimon Oluwasegun Lawal, Umar Auleiman, Bala Ezekiel, Ifeanyi Obeta, Japhet Sesugh Shirsha
Samson Komolafe, Ismail Iyanda Ayodele, Peter Damian Ogueri, Ebiwari Pere, Anthony Okoronkwo, Divine Nwachukwu, David Chidera Ejiofor, Faisal Yakubu,
Markjohn Aule, precious Onyesom, Umar Nura Lawal, Usman Mohammed Ibrahim, Anderson Amaraegbo, Ahmed Yusufu Musa, Hamza Dauda, Gabriel Haruna Adejoh, Samuel Abdul, Abdulhakim Ahmad Daneji.