- Alex Iwobi celebrated his 24th birthday on a low key amid the lockdown
- The Everton of England star was seen wearing a very expensive Louis Vuitton jacket
- Iwobi’s jacket costs $6,550 dollars which is equivalent to N2.5million
Super Eagles and Everton of England midfielder Alex Iwobi celebrated his 24th birthday in style on Sunday, May 3, donning the very expensive Louis Vuitton jacket worth $6,550, an equivalent of N2.5million.
Iwobi made his senior debut for the Nigerian national team on October 8, 2015 after replacing Ahmed Musa in the 57th minute of a 2–0 friendly defeat to DR Congo in Visé, Belgium.
The former Arsenal star has positioned himself in the Super Eagles as his lone strike against Zambia in October 2017, sealed Nigeria’s qualification for the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.
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He has scored a total of 7 goals for the Nigerian team in his 40 appearances so far for the country.
He received loads of congratulatory messages via several social media accounts as he turned 24 on May 3, 2020 – he responded by sharing photos of himself to thank fans and well-wishers.
“Thanks for the messages, appreciate the love,” he wrote.
However what got the social media space agog was what he was wearing in the pictures. A Louis Vuitton jacket that has a price tag of $6,550 dollars.
Nigerian pop artiste Wizkid had in 2019 made a fashion statement with the same jacket when he appeared at the London 02 arena during his concert.
Meanwhile, Super Eagles striker Aaron Samuel flashed his gold-coloured automatic Bentley Continental GT in his latest Instagram post to the surprise of his followers.
The 25-year-old also has his name customized on the plate number of the ride suspected to be a 2014 model. It was crested on a Lagos plate number “ARON 99”.
Bentley Continental GT 2014 model of the is sold around N38million to N40million. The Port Harcourt born player currently plies his trade in China with League One outfit Changchun Yatai which he joined on loan in February from the second division side Sichuan Longfor.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles star John Obi Mikel has donated bags of rice, beans and noodles and others around a Jos community to help the poor who have been affected by the coronavirus crisis.
This is the second time within the space of two weeks he has donated food items to the needy, as he posted on the exercise on his Instagram handle. Mikel spent most of his childhood in the Plateau state capital and now he has returned to assist the communities that made him.
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