- Kanu Nwankwo has continued to shower his wife, Amara, with love as he pens a special message to her on her birthday
- The couple married in 2004 and their love has blossomed that the couple have been spotted together most times
- Kanu also thanked Amara and says his family members love her, adding that she is a “one in a million” individual
Former Nigerian international Kanu Nwankwo has showered praises on his dear wife Amara as she clocks another year.
Amara was just 18 when she got married to the former Arsenal man in 2004 and they have grown to become best of friends.
The couple recently celebrated the 17th birthday of their first child and now it is the turn of beautiful wife Amara who clocks another year.
And Kanu swiftly took to Instagram to pen a lovely message to the celebrant. He wrote:
“Happy birthday to my lovely wife @amarakanu. God will provide protect and guard you and bless you. Thanks for all, Kanu family loves you and you are one in a million and thanks for bringing positive vibes to the world and supporting khf.
“Keep your good heart we all need it you are a wonderful woman I thank God for having you happy birthday. Many more years and good health.”
Taking to the comment section, Amara Kanu replied:
“My love. Thank you. Cheers to more positive vibes @kingkanu4.”
Clarence Seedorf explains his relationship with Kanu and Finidi George
Meanwhile, former Netherlands midfielder Clarence Seedorf has revealed how his ex-teammates Kanu Nwankwo and Finidi George used to visit his house just to eat.
Seedorf made this known at the Heineken Champions League Trophy Tour in Lagos on Tuesday as he was presented to the media.
The four-time Champions League winner played alongside Kanu and Finidi at Ajax where they won the UEFA Champions League as teenagers during the 1994/1995 season.
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Peseiro officially begins his reign as Super Eagles coach
Sports Brief earlier reported that Super Eagles coach Jose Peseiro has disclosed that his major priority for Nigeria is to qualify for and then win the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations to be hosted by Ivory Coast.
It was the Portuguese' first training in charge of the team since he was appointed to take over from Augustine Eguavoen who failed to qualify the team for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Nigeria will take on Mexico and Ecuador in friendly matches slated for the United States and the Portuguese tactician has taken charge of the team.