Your parents are the only people who wants to see you exceed them. They pave the roads which determine your success in life- from relentless struggles and sleepless nights, they work hard to give their children the best in life and wait patiently that as their children grow up, they may enjoy the fruits of their labour.
This Nigerian woman has just begun to enjoy the fruits of her long years of labour. Nigerian international, Henry Onyekuru is the latest player to show his gratitude. The 23 year old was reported to have gifted his mother a brand new house and exquisite cars, which included a black Mercedes G-Wagon and a white Range Rover Sport, as shown in the post below.
No interior decor to the house was revealed by the winger, but the exterior was beautiful to behold.
Henry Onyekuru, born on the 5th of June 1997, is currently playing for Galatasaray, on loan from Monaco fc. The Nigerian international started his early football days with Qatar independent government-funded agency, Aspire Academy in 2010. He graduated from the academy in 2015, joining their partner club K.A.S. Eupen finishing as joint top scorer on his second season with the Belgian club which got him a lot of club interest. He eventually made a move to Premier League side, Everton, in 2017 but was loaned to Anderlecht for continuous development. He suffered a knee ligament injury after securing 10 goals for the Belgian club.
He experienced another long season loan to Galatasaray, where he helped them secure a second straight championship, before leaving Everton to Monaco fc in 2019.
He has made 11 appearances for Nigeria's National team.
He currently married with a child
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