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Nigeria Goalkeeper Teaching Paris FC Team-mates To Speak Igbo Language

Super Falcons goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie is teaching her Paris FC team-mates to speak Igbo, and she is delighted they are grasping it with relative ease.

The 20-year-old expressed her delight in a statement on her Instagram page on Friday and a video which shows her trying to make 35-year-old France defender, Julie Soyer pronounce "odinma", which in Igbo language means "it is well", being a reply to the question "kedu," and usually a response to the question "how"?.

The former Rivers Angels safe hands is happy her effort is not in futility, and it may not take long before the entire French Division 1 Féminine team start communicating in Igbo during matches.

"Na me go spoil una las las chiamaka the Igbo teacher ,I asked her kedu and she replied odinma, Julie Soyer you are a good learner," stated elated Chiamaka, who signed for Paris FC on January 22, 2020 on 18 month deal from Nigeria Women's Professional Football League side, Rivers Angels.

Chiamaka represented Nigeria at U20 level before graduating to the Super Falcons. She has won several club, national and individual honours and awards, which include 2019 IFFHS Africa's Best Woman Goalkeeper, 2019 IFFHS World's Best Woman Goalkeeper nominee, 2019 African Women's Footballer of the Year : nominee and 2018 NFF Awards Young Player of the Year nominee.

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