Super Eagles wing wizard, Moses Daddy Simon has displayed love to his fans during these hard times following the lockdown order by the Nigerian Government as they aim to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus across the country, AOIFootball.com reports.
Simon, who originally hails from Benue State but was raised by his parents in Kaduna, took to his official twitter account through his aide, Mohammed Suleiman aka Mowiz, to announce he was giving away the sum of two million Naira to cushion the effects of the hard times a lot of people in Kaduna are facing.
According to the information, Suleiman posted:
“Super Eagles Star @Simon27Moses will do a giveaway strictly for Kaduna-based people to cushion the effect of the hardship brought on us by the COVID 19 pandemic”.
The Nantes FC forward and 2019 AFCON bronze medalist is the second Nigerian player to show love to fans after Manchester United’s Odion Ighalo also reached out to people during these trying times.
Over 400,000 persons will benefit from his good gesture.
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