- Nigerian legend Emmanuel Emenike is at it again
- The 33-year-old superstar has commenced the construction of another building
- The former Premier League star recently built a world-class hospital in Imo state
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Super Eagles legend Emmanuel Emenike has kicked off the construction of yet another palatial building somewhere in his home town.
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations highest goals scorer is gradually venturing into Real Estate a few days after completing a multi-million naira hospital for his people.
He did not stop there, he also supplied a very big power generator to ensure that they have an alternative supply in case the electricity goes off.
With everything in place, the hospital is now ready for commissioning but just when people are yet to digest his first gesture, the former Nigerian striker is pumping his hard-earned money into another huge project.
The new construction is already taking shape having already passed the foundation stage and with the rate at which work is going presently, it probably won't take them long to complete.
Meanwhile, the striker is yet to confirm his retirement but he has been without a club since November 2019 and does not look like someone who might return to competitive action soon.
The 33-year-old scored nine times in 37 appearances for his country's national team and was part of the team that won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations title under late Stephen Keshi.
He went ahead to win the tournament's top scorer with four goals despite missing the last few games owing to injury.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Emmanuel Emenike has given back to society in a big way as the former Super Eagles striker recently completed a world-class hospital in his hometown as seen on Instagram.
Despite retiring from international football in 2015, the 33-year-old forward has fulfilled his promise to the people of his home town in Imo state.
The two-story building is located along the highway which can be accessible to people to have quality health services.