Yakubu Aiyegbeni’s Wife Shares Adorable Family Portrait Photos, Gushes About Her Husband’s Stunning Look
- Yakubu Aiyegbeni married Yvonne, the beautiful daughter of former Nigerian footballer Kadiri Ikhana, back in 2008
- Yvonne Lameen Ikhana has taken to her Instagram handle to share their latest family photos - to the delight of her followers
- The classy images show the couple flanked by their children as Yvonne stated that the family chose to be “naturally happy”
Yvonne Lameen Ikhana, the wife of former Super Eagles striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni, has taken to social media to gush about her adorable husband as she shared family pictures as seen on Instagram.
In what looks like their latest family portrait photos, Yak and his wife were flanked by their children.
In 2008, Yakubu married Yvonne Lameen Ikhana, the daughter of former Nigerian international footballer Kadiri Ikhana, who is also the father-in-law to former Nigerian international footballer Patrick Ovie.
Sharing the photos on her Instagram handle, the beautiful wife wrote:
“With my favourite human, the best man on earth. Yakky-blessing. This was meant to be an actual family portrait, but we chose to be naturally happy instead.
"This was meant to be an actual family portrait, but we chose to be naturally happy instead."
Yvonne who recently turned 40 and took to Instagram on Thursday morning, September 23, to share new lovely family photos.
Yakubu named in 50 all-time Premier League scorers
Meanwhile, Yakubu Aiyegbeni's exploits in the Premier League has not been forgotten as the legendary Nigerian striker was ranked 38th among the 50 great strikers in the English topflight division.
The former Super Eagles forward pulled the strings when he joined helped Portsmouth gain promotion in the Premier League and scored 14 goals in his first season at topflight level.
After two seasons at Frampton Park he joined Middlesbrough and continued from where he stopped with 13 league goals
Aiyegbeni joined Everton in 2007 for a record fee of £11.25million making him the club's most expensive player and scored 15 goals in his first campaign for the Goodison Park outfit.
Besiktas fans chant Daniel Amokachi's name
Amokachi signed for the Turkish Super Lig outfit back in 1996 and played for three years scoring 19 goals in 77 league appearances for the club.
The 48-year-old took to Instagram to disclose to his over 94,000 followers that he feels honoured to receive such love from fans at his former club.