Odion Ighalo Wishes His Instagram Followers Jumma Mubarak
By Godaik | self meida writer
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Al Shabab of Saudi Arabia striker, Odion Jude Ighalo has taken to his Instagram page to wish his followers Jumma Mubarak, which means happy Friday or have a blessed Friday in Islam.
A devout Christian, the former Nigeria international did this in appreciation of God's blessings and chose to convey his thoughts in a form synonymous with residents of the country where he currently plies his trade.
But what could come as a rude shock to many people is the 31-year-old completely dressed as a typical Moslem, looking very cute.
"Don’t let difficult times make you forget your blessings..Jummah Mubarak," stated the Ajegunle-born who just finished an eventful one-year loan stint with Manchester United from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Greenland Shenhua.
Jumma Mubarak is a phrase generally believed to be a friendly greeting on the holy day -Friday.
Ighalo joined Al Shaban on 4 February 2021 on a two-and-a-half-year contract and has scored once in his first two appearances for the club.
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