The edifice which we told is worth over N50m will be opened by John Ogu later in the year
Super Eagles midfielder, John Ogu has completed a multi-million Naira house at his home town in Owerri, Imo State Pulse Sports has learnt.
The edifice which we told is worth over N50m will be opened by the Hapeol Be-er Shvea of Israel midfielder later in the year.
The just completed mansion is located at the Aladinma Housing Estate in Owerri.
“Ogu has been putting finishing touches on the house since he returned to Nigeria from Israel and it is now 90 per cent completed," Pulse Sports anonymous source said.
"This was made possible because he splashed a lot of money on it when he came home for holidays before rejoining his club in Poland for their pre-season.
"Hopefully, he may move-in in December or even before then as the case may be.’’
According to the source, the interior decoration and other items used for the house which consists of four blocks of flats, a pent house and a twin duplex were imported from Europe.
The Super Eagles midfielder according to or source is also currently building another mansion at the Surulere area of Lagos which will be his base anytime he comes to Nigeria.
Ogu played a part in Super Eagles 2-0 win over Chad in the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers played in Kaduna last month.