- Mikel Obi is celebrating his adorable wife and twin-daughters to mark the International Women’s Day
- The former Chelsea of England star says he is lucky to have them in his life
- Mikel added that they are funny firecrackers who have made him the happiest dad in the world
Former Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi has taken to social media to flaunt his beautiful wife and adorable twin-daughters as they celebrate the International Women’s Day, 2021.
International Women's Day is celebrated on 8 March every year around the world. It is a focal point in the movement for women's rights.
Mikel described his family members as ‘funny crackers’ adding that he is so lucky to have them in his life.
According to the Stoke City of England midfielder, his wife and kids are "his world and everything" - saying is the happiest dad in the world.
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“Happy woman’s day to my wonderful amazing, funny firecrackers. I’m the most lucky and happiest dad in the world to have you beautiful women in my life.
“You guys are my world and my everything. So so lucky and I thank God for blessing me with you guys in my life every day for the rest of my life.”
John Obi Mikel's partner Olga Dyachenko earlier reiterated her love for the Stoke City midfielder after sharing an adorable picture of the couple on social media.
The Russian model who already has twin-girls with the Super Eagles legend accompanied the image with the caption that reads 'Love You' with two love emojis on both sides.
In 2017, the duo celebrated five years anniversary of togetherness blessed with two wonderful girls who turned five years recently.
The picture was taken in August 2016 when Mikel guided the Nigeria U23 national team to win bronze medal at the Rio Olympic Games staged in Brazil.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that John Terry took a swipe on former team-mate Mikel Obi over the Nigerian’s first goal for the Blues during his time at the Stamford Bridge club.
Both players combined well the midfield at Chelsea for 11 years winning several trophies together before the pair departed in 2017 respectively.
During his time at the club, Mikel scored only one goal in the Premier League despite playing a staggering 249 matches, although he had five more goals from other competitions.
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