The coach, who will lead the Nigeria’s Super Eagles to its first match against Iran in the ongoing 2014 World Cup in Brazil, will appear on a pre-match live video chat and analysis on Google+ Hangout powered by national telecommunication carrier, Globacom.
Google+ Hangout is a video chat service that enables both one-on-one chats and group chats. Google Hangout focuses more on “face-to-face” group interaction and utilizes sophisticated technology to seamlessly switch the focus to the person currently chatting.
Google Hangout can be accessed via laptop and desktop computers as well as with Android mobile devices.
The opportunity of the live video chat, sponsored by Globacom, will afford millions of football fans across the world the opportunity to chat with Coach Keshi before the Super Eagles face Iran on Monday.
Football fans will also have the privilege of using the platform to send goodwill messages to the team.
To get a chance to chat with Stephen Keshi, Google urged Nigerians, wherever they are anywhere in the world, to go to www.google.com/+GloWorld and reserve a spot on the event page.
The Hangout is slated for 6:30pm on Sunday.
Nigerians can also follow the conversation on the Super Eagles’ World Cup campaign through two hashtags, #GoSuperEagles and #GloFootball on Google+ and Twitter.
Powered by Globacom, the Google+ Hangout will be available during the World Cup period to connect football loving Nigerians to their darling national team, the Super Eagles.
Also, Globacom has provided an opportunity for Nigerians to be a part of Africa’s largest digital card by simply sharing their goodwill messages from their social media profiles on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. The service will go live on Monday.