- Daniel Amokachi’s daughter Raya has graduated from the Finnish school
- Proud father posted a picture of the child holding her certificate
- ‘The Bull’ also has look-alike twin sons Kalim and Nazim
Raya Amokachi, the daughter of former Nigerian international Daniel Amokachi, has graduated from the prestigious Oulu International School in Finland.
The proud father posted a picture of his daughter holding her certificate of graduation as she smiled in the pose.
It was gathered that the 17-year-old gymnast is the only daughter of the Tunisia 1994 star and third of his three kids.
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Amokachi popularly called ‘The Bull’ has look-alike twin sons Kalim and Nazim who also bear strong resemblance of him.
He wrote: “Graduation day for my Achichi, daddy is very proud of you.”
The school was founded in 2001. It is one of nine English-speaking schools in Finland that offer basic education.
Meanwhile, Amokachi earlier claimed that ex Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel is the greatest Nigerian player ever considering his achievements.
Daniel Amokachi who was known for his superb pace up front during his active playing time for Nigeria stated clearly that Mikel has won titles more than any Nigerian in his career.
Mikel Obi was actually spotted by Manchester United years back by Sir Alex Ferguson who wanted to sign the Nigerian for the Red Devils.
The father of twins had even wear Manchester United shirt before things changed and went on to sign for Chelsea which was a painful one for Alex Ferguson.
And at Chelsea, John Obi Mikel succeeded wining two Premier League titles, Champions League and also Europa League.
John Obi Mikel retired from Super Eagles after the 2019 African Cup of Nations where Nigeria won bronze medal at the championship in Egypt.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Emmanuel Amuneke broke into the Super Eagles team in 1994 and he remains one of the best wingers ever produced in the west African country.
The former Barcelona forward who won the Africa Cup of Nations and Olympic gold medal with the Nigerian national team in 1994 and 1996 respective said he once trekked from Ijora to Surulere in Lagos.
After hanging his boots as a professional footballer, he ventured into coaching and led the U-17 team to FIFA glory in 2015.
Amuneke also took Tanzania to the 2019 AFCON championship staged in Egypt last summer but crashed out at the group stage.
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