The Super Eagles are well known for the entertaining brand of football all over the world which has endeared them to many.
Eagles have achieved successes on the African continent with three AFCON titles in their kitty.
Away from matters on the field of play, we have decided to take a look at Nigerian Super Eagles stars, their baby mamas and estranged wives.
Three years ago, John Ogu reportedly ended his marriage with his wife, Vera. The duo unfollowed themselves on Instagram. The lady also removed "wife" from her profile and reverted to her maiden name, Akaolisa. Even though they are no longer together, the former love birds still make out time for their only daughter.
3. Odion Ighalo and Sonia Ighalo
It's no longer news that Odion Ighalo and Sonia Ighalo are no longer together as husband and wife. Their love life produced three Beautiful children. Even though they haven't officially made their separation official, the couple are now Cat and Rat.
2. John Obi Mikel and Olga Diyachenko
The Love life of John Obi Mikel and Olga Diyachenko continues to be the talk of the Town. They are happy together with a set of twins, Ava and Mia. Olga Diyachenko is a business woman from the rich family of Late Russian Billionaire, Mr Diyachenko. They are yet to officially tie the knot.
1. Obafemi Martins and Abigail Barwuah
Obafemi Martins and Abigail Barwuah have been dating for a very long time. Their relationship isn't a top secret and they children to that effect. Abigail is the sister of Italian striker Mario Balotelli. Abigail is the baby mama of the ex Inter Milan star.
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