Super Eagles Legend Shares Food Materials for Over 2000 Families Fasting for Ramadan

Super Eagles Legend Shares Food Materials for Over 2000 Families Fasting for Ramadan

- Nigerian legend Daniel Amokachi gives back to the society

- The former Premier League star shared food to over 2000 families to aid their Ramadan fasting exercise

- Last year, the 48-year-old also donated relief materials to people when the deadly COVID-19 broke out

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Super Eagles legend Daniel Amokachi has donated food materials to over 2000 families to support them during this Ramadan fasting.

The 48-year-old retired footballer shared the video clip on his official Instagram page with a short message that says:

"You are worthy O'Lord, thank you for the grace, thank you to all that made it possible, Ramadam Kareem."

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This is definitely not the first time the former Premier League star would be embarking on this kind of philanthropic gesture.

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He distributed relief material to a hundred families during the outbreak of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

The ex-Everton star has now done it again, this time to a larger number of people in a bid to help them get through the fasting period.

Though, what is in the white sack could not be determined, the materials were however lined-up with the coronavirus guidelines in mind.

Super Eagles legend shares food materials for over 2000 families fasting for Ramadan
Super Eagles legend Daniel Amokachi during his meeting with his royal highness Ooni of Ife. Credit - Daniel Amokachi
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, the annual Muslim fasting exercise hits day 13 today while it is expected to end on Wednesday, May 12. earlier reported that Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa is now set to distribute rice to Nigeria Muslims in Jos and Kano state ahead of the 2021 Ramadan which will kickoff on April 13.

Ramadan is the Holy Month for all Muslims all over the world where they are expected to observe hunger and thirsty from morning till the evening of each day for 30 days.

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This has been the practice for years for Muslims in the world who are following the guidelines set by Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).

And as a devoted Muslim, Ahmed Musa is expected to observe the fasting for the period of the 30 days.


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