Ndidi, Onyekuru, Oshoala Join Challenge As Davido Rakes N184m Ahead Of Birthday

November 19, 2021
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Super Eagles duo of Wilfred Ndidi, Henry Onyekuru and Super Falcons star, Asisat Oshoala were among those who answered Davido’s call for donations on Wednesday.

The trio sent a whooping sum of one millionaire each to the Award-winning Nigerian singer, who is expected to clock 28 years on November 21.

Recall that Davido in a post on his social media platform had asked his fans and friends to send him money to help clear his Rolls Royce at the port.

Davido who shared his account details on Twitter on Wednesday has received donations from Nigerians across the country.

The talented singer in a post on his Instagram story appreciated the Nigerian players for gifting him the cash.

He wrote on his Instagram story, “First lady (Oshoala) of the plug, well-received.”

Davido’s has recorded the sum of one hundred and eighty-four million Naira.

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