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Former Super Eagles striker Emmanuel Emenike has completed an ultra-modern hospital in his hometown in Nigeria.
Emmanuel Emenike recently built a hospital to cater for his native people in his hometown. The former striker has but big smiles and delight in the faces of his hometown people as the hospital will help provide proper health care for the citizens.
The 33 year-old striker who retired in 2015 after a blistering career in Europe featured for the likes of Spartak Moscow, Turkish giants Fenerbache, Greece champions FC Olympiacos, West Ham, Al Ain, Karabuskpor, Las Palmas and Westerlo.
The former Super Eagles attacker has decided to give back to the society as he completes an ultra-modern two feeter storybuilding in his hometown in Imo State.
The hospital which has been completed and is ready to begin operations and provide health services to the people.
Below is the link to the instagram video posted by Emmanuel Emenike and his friends.
Emmauel Emenike had a very short spell with the Super Eagles from 2011-2015 scoring 9 times in 37 appearances.
He was part of the Nigerian Team that won the 2013 African Cup of Nations in South Africa their first continental trophy since 1994. Emenike had a wonderful tournament scoring four times but missed the final due to a thigh injury he faced in the semi-finals. He was named Pepsi Top Scorer for the tournament with four goals joint with Ghana’s Mubarak Wakaso.
Emenike had a wonderful adventure in Europe during his days in Spartak Moscow where he went on to score 21 goals in 42 appearances in all competitions.
The former Hammers striker has followed the footsteps of Liverpool and Senegal star Sadio Mane who has given back to the people after construction schools, stadium and hospitals to the natives in his hometown and fellow Nigerian Ahmed Musa who also is doing good works in his hometown.
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