- Jay Jay Okocha’s beloved daughter, Daniella, has bagged a degree, and the excited parents are so proud
- The former Fenerbahce of Turkey star shared photos as family members posed to celebrate the graduand
- Okocha was representing Nigeria at the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France when the adorable daughter was born
Daniella, the daughter of former Super Eagles captain Jay Jay Okocha has bagged a degree as the former footballer shared graduation pictures online.
Okocha is proud that his daughter graduated as he quickly took to social media to get his followers buzzing.
The former Fenerbahce of Turkey star was representing Nigeria at the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France when the adorable daughter was born.
The proud father expressed how happy he was to mark his daughter’s achievement as he was pictured with his wife Nkechi as well as son Ajay.
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They all celebrated the new graduand as friends and fans take to the comment section of the former Bolton Wanderers’ star to congratulate them.
Jay Jay’s former teammate Kanu Nwankwo wrote:
“Congratulations Congratulations Ada anyi thanks for making us proud.”
Former Super Eagles midfielder Seyi Olofinjana added:
“Congratulations Daniella and to the entire family.”
“I celebrate with you senior man. Best regards to her and family.”
Stephen Appiah salutes Jay Jay Okocha
Meanwhile, former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah has named Austin Jay Jay Okocha as one of the most skilful players he has seen in football. The former Nigeria captain is revered globally for his trickery and magic on the ball.
But the Nigerian left the French capital for England to join Bolton Wanderers in 2002 before Ronaldinho moved later to join Barcelona.
Appiah played against both players during his playing days. He faced a Nigerian team with Okocha and the Brazilian team featuring Ronaldinho at the 2006 World Cup.
Garba Lawal reveals what it means playing alongside Sunday Oliseh
Sports Brief earlier reported that former Nigerian international Garba Lawal has applauded former Super Eagles captain Sunday Oliseh years after they both retired from the national team.
Lawal, 48, played for the Nigerian senior national team between 1997 and 2006, featuring in 57 matches and scoring six goals.
In a special delivery podcast anchored by former goalkeeper Emmanuel Babayaro and Mathew Edafe, partner with digital sports studio ATHLST, Lawal admitted that Oliseh was a great passer of the ball.
Source: Sports Brief News