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Sister-in-law attacks Ogu over daughter’s birthday post

Idris Adesina

Nigeria midfielder John Ogu has been attacked on social media by   his wife’s  sister  over a post he made to celebrate the birthday of his daughter Ivanna.

Ogu  will be representing Nigeria at the Russia 2018 World Cup, has been allegedly  involved in a running battle with his wife Veronica.

The Israel-based midfielder  took to Twitter to apologise to his daughter that owing to national duties, he would not be able to celebrate her birthday with her. Ivanna has been with her mother since she left Israel last year.

“On this day last year, I was in Uyo serving my fatherland on your special day against South Africa. Today is your special day and I still can’t spend this day with you my baby girl. Daddy is out here working hard to make you proud in Russia. Happy birthday my love,” Ogu wrote.

But the show of love didn’t go down well with his sister-in-law  Mimi, who also took to Twitter to make some revelations about the relationship between Ogu, her sister and their daughter.

She wrote, “But daddy was in Nigeria two weeks ago and didn’t see his daughter! Oh I forgot daddy hasn’t seen his daughter since he kicked her and her mom out of  Israel last year. You can do everything John but what you won’t do is pretend like you’re Ivanna’s life for the gram.

“Until you publicly apologise to Chiugo for all you did, I won’t take down my tweet and I’d continue to share all you did. Don’t forget that you have people watching you now! NFF, Adidas, HBS. #ihaveyourtimetoday.”

However, in an Instagram story, Ogu posted a picture of his daughter with a caption suggesting that he had always contacted his daughter.

He wrote on the photo, “She be like Ahhh, Daddy no distractions please. Just focus and make me proud in Russia. I received the N1.5m you sent for my birthday party tomorrow in school. I will be celebrating my birthday with my friends tomorrow in school!!! I love you dad. My tall fine girl.”

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