- Chukwuma Nwoha has thanked Chikelue Iloenyosi for his financial support
- The former youth international has been bedridden in Abia state because of problems with his legs
- Iloenyosi who played four games for the Super Eagles decided to help him out
Ex-Nigeria youth international Chukwuma Nwoha has thanked former Super Eagles star Chikelue Iloenyosi for how he helped him financially to pay his medical bills.
Nwoha has not been finding life easy since he left football and has even been struggling to feed his family in Abia state where he lives.
The winger was part of the Nigerian team that played at the Under-16 World Cup in China in 1985 in which Nigeria won the title.
Three years ago, he was linked with a move to become the coach of Nigerian club Heartland FC, but nothing came of it.
But presently, Nwoha is having problems with his legs and he has been bedridden because of the issues.
“I owe a lot of gratitude to him, Iloenyosi.
“He’s been of tremendous help, financially, to me. But for him, it would have been practically impossible for me to pay for my pills.
“You know I don’t walk, my son has to carry me if I must come out. So, but for Iloenyosi, perhaps, it could have been over for me.
“I pray God continue to bless him for his human disposition,'" Nwoha explained according to Complete Sports.
Former Super Eagles and Arsenal striker Kanu Nwankwo is also said to have visited Nwoha many times.
Egbo and his wards are still celebrating their success of winning the Albanian League title which gives them the chance to play on the continent next season.
The 46-year-old Nigerian explained that facing the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United in the Champions League will definitely give his players the chance to show their talents to the world.
Egbo who was a goalkeeper during his playing days explained that facing the Blues and Red Devils would also give him the chance to show his coaching talents.
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