- Kamaru Usman who is Nigerian UFC has made his parents happy by buying them stunning mansion in America
- The 34-year-old champion claimed that he had to do so because of the sacrifices of his parents on his career
- Usman was born in Nigeria, but he grew up in the United States before making super name for himself
Kamaru Usman who is a Nigerian Mixed Martial Artist and former freestyle wrestler has surprised his parents in the United States by buying them a mansion of their choice.
The 34-year-old Nigerian star has been making cool money in the UFC and he is one of the best in the game considering his performances so far in his career.
Usman was born in Nigeria and he was young before his father moved to America for greener pasture, but when he turned 8, he also joined his dad in the US.
Unfortunately when he was in school, his father was involved in a fraud which led to him being jailed with Kamaru Usman's mother left alone to cater for the children.
According to the report on Pulse, Kamaru Usman explained that his parents were through lots when he was young and he needs to pay them back for their efforts.
Kamaru Usman's reaction
"Me and my siblings got together. I told you I wanted you guys to look for your house and you said that you found one that you like, so those are the keys.''
UFC Champion Kamaru Usman Feeds 1000 Nigerian Children As He Gives Back to Society
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how UFC welterweight champion, Kamaru Usman, arrived in Nigeria recently and has engaged himself in quite a number of activities.
While he continues his media tour, the mixed martial artist is also involved in general Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.
He is doing everything to give back to his country of birth and it was a sight to behold to see the Edo-born fighter meet with indigent children in the slums of Lagos through the Lagos Food Bank organisation.
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Kamaru Usman was at the warehouse of the foundation where he personally donated meals to 1000 children.
In showing appreciation, the founder of Lagos Food Bank, Michael Sunbola, described the moment as incredible feeling and added that it is a delight to partner with a legend like Kamaru.
Kamaru Usman has never lost sight of his Nigerian and African roots. With fond memories of his Nigerian childhood experiences including helping his mum, a school teacher and shop-owner.
Source: Sports Brief News