Igbo people are one of the 3 major ethnic group in Nigeria and among the most educated tribe in the country. Although they are mainly located in the Southeastern and South south regions of the country, Igbo people are found everywhere around the world and are known for their hustle for livelihood. Like most Nigerians, Igbo people that left the country are searching for a greener posture in their new destinations and in most cases, they ear good reputations for Nigeria during their stay in these new destinations.
Even yesterday, another Igbo man identified as Ndubuisi Emmanuel Egbo sets a new record in the European country of Albania that has never been achieved so far by any Nigerian in diaspora. Mr Ndubuisi was the former Super Eagles goalkeeper around 2000-2002 and he played 12 matches in AFCON at that time. Emmanuel Egbo joins Albanian Professional Football in 2015, and after spending two years there, he was appointed as the head coach of KF Kirana. His team were declared as the Abanian Champions yesterday after topping the table with 69 points, seven points above the second placed Kukesi FC.
The 46-year-old Nigerian manager was not succesful in his first season, but managed to win the league in his second spell at the club, and will now be aiming for a double should he win the Albanian Super Cup next month. Mr Ndubuisi Emmanuel Egbo was the first Nigerian manager to achieve this feat, and he will aim to break another record as the first Nigerian Manager to play in the Champions League should his team win the play offs.
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