EXTRA TIME: Odion Ighalo returns to childhood home in Ajegunle

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Does the Super Eagles forward’s latest destination attest to the saying that there is no place like home?

Nigeria international Odion Ighalo paid a visit to the place he grew up in the city of Lagos.

The 28-year-old who launched an orphanage home in Lagos on Saturday stopped over in Ajegunle the next day to share some moments with both elderly and young people.

The Changchun Yatai forward was welcomed with a variety of events lined up in a mini-ceremony in front of the house.

 

My house in ajegunle

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Visit to ajegunle were i grew up

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Ajegunle is blessed with talents 🙏🏿

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