- Daniel Amokachi was spotted with billionaire businessman Emeka Okonkwo famously known as E-Money and referred to the socialite as ‘Odogwu’
- The former Nigerian footballer took to his Instagram page to share a picture of himself and the entrepreneur
- Amokachi who is the special assistant on Sports Matters to President Muhammadu Buhari remains one of Nigeria’s greatest players of all-time
Super Eagles legend Daniel Amokachi looked stunned as he meets billionaire businessman E-money as sighted on Instagram.
To date, ‘The Bull’ as Amokachi is fondly called, remains one of Nigeria’s greatest players of all time, having featured in 44 matches for the country, scoring 13 goals.
Amokachi was appointed to advise the president on all sports matters and not only football which he is known for.
Super Eagles icon rolls back the years of his time in secondary school as he dances to popular Yoruba song
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Amokachi recently met with billionaire businessman Emeka Okonkwo famously known as E-Money as the former footballer shared the picture on his Instagram handle.
They were spotted exchanging pleasantries as Amokachi captioned the photo: ‘Odogwu’.
Odogwu in this context means a ‘hero’. It is a name used to cheer one up for the good work they are doing.
E-money who is the younger brother of the popular Nigerian singer and performer, Kcee is well known for his extravagant lifestyle.
He is the CEO of Five Star Group and Emy Cargo Limited according to Entrepreneurs.ng.
Amokachi joins other stars in celebrating AY Comedian’s 50th birthday
Only recently, Super Eagles legends Kanu Nwankwo, Taribo West, Daniel Amokachi as well as Emmanuel Emenike were in action in a charity game where they won the title to celebrate the 50th birthday of Comedian AY.
Ayo Makun famously called AY Comedian clocked 50 on August 19 and the entertainer has continued to celebrate with his friends.
Playing alongside the superstars, AY was seen in a jubilant mood as he received the gold medal having placed it round his neck with so much delight.
Also spotted in the pictures posted on Instagram are John Ogu, Victor Ikpeba, Emmanuel Babayaro, Gbolahan Salami, Tijani Babangida and a host of others.
Remembering Nigeria’s Dream Team of 1996
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria won Africa's first gold medal in football at the Atlanta 96' Olympic Games in the United States 25 years back.
The squad that achieved the historic feat were named the Dream Team which paraded quality players who plied their trades for top European clubs.
The Nigerian U23 side were grouped alongside Brazil, Hungary and Japan which many believed the Samba Boys were the only threat to the team.
Source: Legit Nigeria