Christian Chukwu, ex-Super Eagles coach, appointed as NFF life ambassador

Christian Chukwu, ex-Super Eagles coach, appointed as NFF life ambassador

- Christian Chukwu has been appointed as an NFF life ambassador by Amaju Pinnick

- Amaju Pinnick is the president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)

- Chukwu's first son Emeka has also been employed by the Enugu state government

Former Super Eagles manager Christian Chukwu has been appointed as NFF life ambassador in an announcement made by Pinnick who is the president of Nigerian Football Federation.

Amaju Pinnick said in Enugu, according to NAN, that the Nigerian football governing body will work out a process for Christian Chukwu to get paid on a monthly basis.

Also the Governor of Enugu state Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi directed the immediate employment of Emeka Chukwu who is the first son of the former Nigeria international.

Emeka is a graduate of Engineering and he is now expected to be working with the Enugu state government.

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Meanwhile, Christian Chukwu is currently down with illness in an unknown hospital in Enugu.

Earlier, had reported how Nigerian business mogul Femi Otedola handed the sum of $50,000 to former Super Eagles coach Christian Chukwu who is currently battling with unknown sickness in the hospital.

According to the latest report, the money given to Christian Chukwu by Femi Otedola will take care of his medical treatment in the United Kingdom.

The report added that the former Green Eagles captain will be flown to England in the first week of May for treatment. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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