Nigerian Footballer Who Is the Son of DSS Director General Gets N90M Mansion As Gift in Abuja

Nigerian Footballer Who Is the Son of DSS Director General Gets N90M Mansion As Gift in Abuja

  • Abba Yusuf Bichi has expressed happiness after being gifted a five-bedroom duplex in Nigerian capital, Abuja
  • The gift was handed over to the Nigerian footballer by those in charge of Home Titan Network who found him worthy
  • Bichi is the son of DSS director general and the former Golden Eaglets star is also with the Nigerian Under 20 team

Abba Yusuf Bichi who is the son of the director general of the Department of State Services (DSS) has been dashed a five-bedroom duplex in Abuja which is worth the sum of N90 million.

The Nigerian footballer was handed over the keys to the house at his inauguration as the youth ambassador of Home Titan Network, a company under the BSTAN Group.

Home Titan Network were impressed with the contribution of Abba Yusuf Bichi to the development of youths in the country.

Abba Yusuf Bichi
Nigerian footballer Abba Yusuf Bichi in action.
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According to the report on Premium Times, Abba Yusuf Bichi who was a member of the Nigerian Golden Eaglets was praised by Becky Olubukola who is the managing of Home Titan Network.

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Becky Olubukola's reaction

“We have found him worthy of this role because he is not given to ethnic sentiments. He is a patriotic Nigerian who believes in the future of the country and he has the wisdom of an elder.''

Abba Yusuf Bichi who hails from Kano was born on December 27, 2003, and he currently plays for Yingkou Chagoyue FC in China.

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The Foxes going into the game were bottom of the group with just a win all season but dispatched the polish side by 3-1.

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It was the turn of James Maddison to get his name on the scoresheet as he danced between defenders before picking his spot to make it 2-0.

Legia responded a few minutes later when Ndidi handled the ball inside the penalty area as the away were awarded a spot-kick.

Filip Mladenovic scored from nine yards and gave Warsaw the hopes of levelling matters and reduced the deficit to 2-1.

Source: Sports Brief News