- Odion Ighalo becomes the first Nigerian star to own a mobile browser
- The ex-Red Devils star launched the application to support the growth of his orphanage
- Ighalo currently plays for Al-Shabab FC where he has scored five goals in 14 games since he joined them earlier this year
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Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo has launched his own mobile browser barely three days after scoring for his Saudi Arabian Premier League outfit, Al-Shabab FC.
The former Manchester United forward announced the development on his official Instagram page less than one hour ago and it is already generating commendations from fans and friends.
According to the retired Super Eagles attacker who won the AFCON 2019 golden boot prize in Egypt, the mobile application is free and can be downloaded at every app store online.
The 31-year-old added that everyone who downloads and uses the app is contributing to the growth of his orphanage foundation. He said on Instagram:
"Hi Guys, I'm happy to introduce you to Odion Ighalo mobile browser. Downloading and using the browser is a way of supporting the Ighalo Orphanage Foundation @ighalo_orphanage_home.
"Every time you use the Odion Ighalo browser, you're contributing to the growth of the Orphanage Foundation.
"The Browser is free and available for downloads on Google play store and Apple Store. Thank You In Anticipation."
Ighalo is known for his philanthropic projects and this will add to the number of things he is doing to give back to the society that gave him the platform to succeed.
The forward has been on the payroll of the Saudi outfit since he left the Red Devils in January 2021 and has scored five times and assisted one other goal in 14 appearances.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles legend Odion Ighalo posted an adorable video of his lovely mother watching his game live for the very first time in his 16 years of a professional football career.
Odion Ighalo is one of the most successful Nigerian footballers considering what the former Watford striker has been able to acquire since he started his football career.
Gone are the days when Odion Ighalo used to play football on the streets in Lagos. Today, the 31-year-old can look up and thank his Creator for how well his career has been.