Guinness Nigeria PLC on Sunday unveiled Arsenal and France legend Thierry Henry as the ambassador for their "Made of Black" campaign.
Nigerian football fans often addressed the retired French professional footballer as "Igwe" during his cative days in Arsenal and his national team because he played like a royalty and with great commanding exploits.
Henry later recognised and praised a one-legged footballer whom he described as "the real Igwe".
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En el complemento, a los 53´, Mubelé descontó aprovechando un rebote en el palo y los locales se pusieron en partido nuevamente. El astro brasileño abrió el marcador al 4', con un centro de Mbappé desde la banda derecha.
The Footballer is in Lagos for a Guinness organized event in Lagos had a media chat with pressmen before heading to cook the legendary Jollof Rice. The 40-year-old was dressed in a traditional Igbo regalia with a royal crown placed on his head while the fans cheers 'Igwe!
The all time Arsenal top goal scorer having prepared the Jollof made out time to meet and greet with his fans.
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