Victor Osimhen comes from a poor Nigerian family with many children. In many interviews, he emphasized that because of his success, he managed to help his relatives improve their lives. In recent days, the Nigerian made unusual gestures to the woman he saw in the photo.
Osimhen saw a photo on social media showing a woman having her limbs amputated. On his T-shirt, he wore a popular slogan: “No pain, no gain”, and a few bottles of water on his head (he later found himself selling water on the streets of Lagos, Nigeria). Commenting on the photo, the football player wrote: “This is really exciting and at the same time full of motivation.”
The Naples striker decided to contact the woman because-as he claimed-the photo reminded him of his past in Nigeria. Therefore, the athlete posted a post on social media asking for help from the woman.
With the help of the boarding school, Osimhen managed to contact Mary Daniel within 24 hours because that was the name of a Nigerian woman. The Nigerian said: “Hi, I’m glad I found you. How are you? I know it’s not easy, my dear, I was on the street. This photo is very hurtful, but I’m here to help you. “Go to calciomercato.com. The former Lille player has promised to help Mary Daniel (Mary Daniel) and has also arranged a time to meet this season. He will come to Lagos after the end of the season. The interlocutor laughed and thanked the players for their support.