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Super Eagles winger, Henry Onyekuru has extended love to members of an orphanage in Jos as part of efforts to help ameliorate the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, AOIFootball.com reports.

 

The Turkish based forward, who made the donations through his aide, Mohammed Isa, however, promised to do more for the orphanage with his wife also donating cash to the less privileged house.

ISTANBUL, TURKEY - AUGUST 19 : Henry Onyekuru of Galatasaray celebrates after scoring a goal during a Turkish Super Lig soccer match between Galatasaray and Goztepe at Turk Telekom Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey on August 19, 2018.  (Photo by Orhan Akkanat/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
ISTANBUL, TURKEY – AUGUST 19 : Henry Onyekuru of Galatasaray celebrates after scoring a goal during a Turkish Super Lig soccer match between Galatasaray and Goztepe at Turk Telekom Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey on August 19, 2018.
(Photo by Orhan Akkanat/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Isa who told AOIFootball.com that he was the one that informed Onyekuru of the orphanage’s needs and was happy at the quick response he gave when he immediately sent money for him to buy food items and other toiletries together with his wife.

 

On their part, the orphanage prayed for the player to continue to shine in his career, whilst also offering prayers for his family and members of the Galatasaray family.

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