- Emmanuel Emenike has continued to spend heavily on his new hospital project
- The former Nigerian international recently built a world-class hospital in Imo state
- He has posted a clip showing a giant power generator being delivered to the facility
Super Eagles star Emmanuel Emenike has acquired a massive power generator for his recently built hospital at his home town in Imo state.
The AFCON 2013 highest goal scorer recently completed a hospital of international repute, as many describe it as world-class.
It was gathered that the two-storey property is situated along the highway which can be accessible to people for quality health services.
All is now set for the building to be commissioned and begin operations as well as meeting the health demands of the ordinary people.
The latest footage shows he has spent millions to by a Mikano generating set in order to ensure power is not a problem at the hospital.
The former striker personally posted a clip showing a crane delivering the power plant to the facility.
Emenike who had humble beginnings with a Delta Force and South African side Black Aces also played a pivotal role in Nigeria's qualification into the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
His most successful spell at club level was with Russian side Spartak Moscow where he scored 21 goals in 42 matches.
Only recently, Nollywood’s Osita Iheme cried foul after he was beaten at a table tennis game by the Nigerian ex-international.
The pair are said to be friends for some time now, however, Osita Iheme who is famously known as Pawpaw was seen complaining during a table tennis game.
From the footage Emenike posted on his Instagram story, it appeared the actor had led the ‘set’ to some point, but in a swift, he was overtaken - to the uproar of the star.
Speaking an Ibo dialect, ‘Pawpaw’ could be seen complaining of some sort as he claims his points were not properly counted to his advantage before he went on to yell ‘get out,’.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Falcons and Shanghai Shenhua forward Francisca Ordega has decided to give back to her society through her foundation.
The four-time Africa Women's Championship winner bought several brand new wheelchairs to aid the movement for those with difficulties in going around.
According to her motto, the 27-year-old has been in the business of touching lives and putting smiles on their faces since 2009.
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