Nigerian Business mogul Femi Otedola has redeemed his pledge to give the Super Eagles of Nigeria $25,000 for the goal scored against Algeria in the concluded Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt.
Okay.ng can recall that the Super Eagles failed to win the match after Algeria’s Riyad Mahrez scored a stoppage time free kick to end the match in 2-1.
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) confirmed through its official Twitter handle on Tuesday that the billionaire has fulfilled his promise.
NFF tweeted: “Business mogul Femi Otedola has fulfilled his pledge of $25,000 to the @NGSuperEagles for their one goal against Algeria in AFCON 2019 semi final.”
Otedola also took to his Twitter handle to acknowledge the act saying “Integrity is keeping your word”.
Integrity is keeping your word. I redeemed my pledge of $25000 per goal to representatives of the Super Eagles (L-R) Chidi Ngoka (Equipment Manager), Enebi Achor (Team Manager) and Defender Kenneth Omeruo today in my office ⚽️ …F.Ote💲 pic.twitter.com/WihRQp4Kzo
— Femi Ote$ (@realFemiOtedola) July 30, 2019