Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi are Nigerian born international professional footballers.The duo currently play for an England top football club called Leicester city:and no doubt,the relationship between the duo is quite a good one.
Few minutes ago,Ndidi Wilfred uploaded a video of Kelechi iheanacho walking to the dressing room on his official instagram handle.In the video,he pleaded with Kelechi to cut soap for him but Kelechi objected--saying that he does not cut soap anymore but uses shower gel.Prior to Ndidi asking Kelechi to cut soap for him,he inquired why kelechi's foot steps changed all of a sudden and kelechi replied,"Omo waka don change." The funny conversation which took place in pidgin english got many reactions from their fans.
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Kelechi Iheanacho is currently in a great play form in Leicester city fc.The striker has scored about 14 goals in less than 15 appearances for his current clud this season.He currently won The English Premier League Best Player of the Month Award.
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