Some members of the Super Eagles who won the 1994 African Cup of Nations tournament in Tunisia, have received their houses promised them by the Federal Government 28 years ago.

According to a tweet by Tolu Ogunlesi, SSA on Digital Media to the President, players such as Emmanuel Amuneke, Aloy Agu and the late Uche Okafor received their houses at Federal Housing Unit in Avu, Owerri West LGA, on Thursday, March 31, 2022.
According to the tweet, they received keys and Title Deeds to the Houses promised them by the Nigerian Government in 1994.

tolu ogunlesi @toluogunlesi
On Thursday March 31, 2022, in Owerri, Imo State, Uche Okafor (late), Emmanuel Amunike & Alloy Agu—members of 1994 AFCON-winning @NGSuperEagles —received Keys + Title Deeds to houses promised them by @NigeriaGov in 1994.

 Promise remained unfulfilled for 28 years—until PMB.

Alloy Agu: “It is a day of fulfillment after waiting for 27 years plus and today we are able to receive what we have long waited for. We thank God and we appreciate the Federal Government @NigeriaGov for redeeming this pledge.”

Mrs. Uche Nwanze, standing in for the family of the late Uche Okafor: “I thank the Government of President Muhammadu Buhari for remembering the beneficiaries at this time, and I also thank Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola.”


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