Former Super Eagles forward Daniel Amokachi MON, OON has shared food items as palliatives to residence of Kaduna Community.
Amokachi, called ‘The Bull’ and a Nigerian football ambassador gave the palliative to more than 1,100 families under the Amokachi Foundation.
The former Ranchers Bees of Kaduna forward described the gesture as: “My little contribution to help the needy in this Covid-19 period”.
“I normally do this four to six times a year to assist people who are in need”. He also stated that: “I consider it a special honour and privilege by God to assist the less privileged in our society”
“I will continue to do this as long as God grants me the grace”. The Bull added that: “The gesture was for both men and women”. “But mostly women since women are responsible for the catering of the family”
The distribution was done in the Kaduna region following the appropriate social distancing direction.
The beneficiaries could not hide their feelings, as they heaped praises on the Atlanta 1996 Olympic gold medalist.
Amokachi has large followers in his place of birth Kaduna. He started his football career with the Ranchers Bees of Kaduna, before hitting stardom and eventually moving to Everton.
Upon retirement he went into coaching, he has handled Nassarawa United, U-23 team. He was an assistant Coach, when the Super Eagles won the AFCON for a third time in 2013.