A Nigerian woman, igbo to be precise just broke an African record, and shot herself to the pinnacle of History, by becoming the first ever African Woman to buy and own a football club in Europe, Portugal to be precise.
In a big announcement made by the reputable igbo represented Twitter page, with the handle @IgboHistoFacts, the revealed that the Business woman with the name Mrs Nneka Ede Just sealed a deal of 100% Ownership over a 108 yearl old football club in Portugal, the name of the club is said to be 'Lusitano Ginásio' in a mega deal, with the price tag undisclosed.
In their exact words they tweeted as this:
"An Igbo woman, Mrs. Nneka Ede becomes the first African woman to buy an European Football Club, named Lusitano Ginásio in Portugal.
She secured the 100% ownership of the 108-years old football club for an undisclosed amount.
This is huge! "
This is a big new for Africa, Nigeria and most especially the Igbo community, we hope to more of our women doing great thing within and beyond the shores of this country.
Congratulations Mrs. Nneka Ede.
Below is the screenshot of the announcement and reactions that trailed it:
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