On Tuesday, years after his last worldwide performance, the Liberian President led his national team onto the pitch wearing the jersey.
Ogu said he was excited leading the Eagles to a 2-1 win over Liberia with Simeon Nwankow and Henry Onyekury chipping in the goals.
Nigerians are very happy at the ease with which the Super Eagles are converting their chances and as such have been reacting on social media.
Liberian President, George Weah on Tuesday rewarded the Super Eagles with a cash gift of $2,000-a-man for honouring his invitation for a friendly game to retire his No 14 jersey.
The Super Eagles will now shift their focus to their next African Cup of Nations qualifying game against Libya on October 9.
Strangely enough, Weah played at the same time as his son - who was representing the US in a 1-0 win against Mexico. We were able to integrate some of the home-based players and we still won the match, said Sanusi who emphasized on Nigeria's qualification for the 2019 AFCON.
However, there was still time for a nervy finale as Rotherham centre-back Semi Ajayi handled in the penalty area, which was converted to halve the deficit with three minutes remaining, but Nigeria held on.
The resultant spot-kick was converted by Liberia's No.9. "He had no business giving Wenger that award and had no business playing tonight", outspoken Twitter personality Biola Kazeem tweeted from Nigeria.
Liberia are fielding George Weah vs Nigeria.
However, President Weah's return to the pitch was also a moment that reminded many about his glorious days on the football pitch.
At 51, Africa's first victor of the FIFA World Player of the Year, was expected to receive congratulations.
Weah, who is turning 52 in a few weeks, led the Liberian team onto the pitch for the friendly match. To get the latest soccer news, text "SPORTS" to 22840.