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Otedola Spends N36.6m On Chukwu’s Treatment

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Billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, spent N36,635,000 for the medical bills of former Super Eagles captain and coach Christian Chukwu, our correspondent has learnt.

Chukwu returned to the country on Friday after undergoing surgery and treatment at the Wellington Hospital, London, courtesy Otedola.

The oil mogul came to the 1980 Africa Cup of Nations winner’s rescue in April, when Grand Patron of Ex-Enugu Rangers Players Association, Benson Ejindu, through a Facebook post, revealed that Chukwu was very sick and in urgent need of support to enable him gets medical attention overseas.

Otedola donated N18m to foot the medical bills of the critically ill Chukwu, before flying him out to London on May 16. Speaking when the former Enugu Rangers captain paid him a visit on Friday in Lagos, Otedola said he was moved when he learnt of Chukwu’s plight.

“I was moved when I heard about Mr Chukwu’s situation because I remember that about 20 years ago, my father, the late Sir Michael Otedola, also suffered a stroke from using fake aspirin.

“This experience has over time made me to appreciate that good medical attention can give a good and prolonged life and that was what motivated me to rise up and assist Mr Chukwu,” Otedola, who was represented at the event by Acting Chief Operating Officer of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Company Limited, Philip Akinola, said.

He added, “In my circle of friends, many spend up to N50m to drink champagne and generally enjoy life, but at the end of it all, what happens? It passes out of the body as waste. For me, therefore, and I also tell my friends, it is important to use such money to benefit others and put smiles on the faces of as many people as we can.


“To update you, the sum of roughly N36,635,000 has been expended on Mr Chukwu’s medical and travel expenses and it’s my joy that I’m spending the money God blessed me with to be of assistance to him.”

In May, Otedola also came to the aid of Peter Fregene, a former Green Eagles goalkeeper, who has been bedridden since 2001, after SUNDAY PUNCH’s report on May 26.

He is currently also footing the medical bills of popular actor, Victor Olaotan, a lead character in the popular TV soap opera series, Tinsel, in a Turkish hospital.

In his response, Chukwu said only God can repay Otedola’s generosity towards him.

The ceremony was witnessed by Chukwu’s wife, Lilian, daughter Adaora Ndebe and younger sister Edith Motanya, who accompanied him to London for his treatment there.


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Just keep me posted

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You are blessed otedola

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Make God be with you to continued your good work my otedola

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I Thank God For Your Life

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Otedola with the money

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Mr otedola God we continue bless you

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these are the kind of people that are used by God to help others,may He,the almighty God continue to help you the same way you are helping others

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It is good to save life, may God this man

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it is good to be good as being good gets one good favors and blessings. God is great and to Him, be the glory.

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[ @iam_alibs: ] Billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, spent N36,635,000 for the medical bills of former Super Eagles captain and coach Christian Chukwu, our correspondent has learnt.

Chukwu returned to the country on Friday after undergoing surgery and treatment at the Wellington Hospital, London, courtesy Otedola.

The oil mogul came to the 1980 Africa Cup of Nations winner’s rescue in April, when Grand Patron of Ex-Enugu Rangers Players Association, Benson Ejindu, through a Facebook post, revealed that Chukwu was very sick and in urgent need of support to enable him gets medical attention overseas.

Otedola donated N18m to foot the medical bills of the critically ill Chukwu, before flying him out to London on May 16. Speaking when the former Enugu Rangers captain paid him a visit on Friday in Lagos, Otedola said he was moved when he learnt of Chukwu’s plight.

“I was moved when I heard about Mr Chukwu’s situation because I remember that about 20 years ago, my father, the late Sir Michael Otedola, also suffered a stroke from using fake aspirin.

“This experience has over time made me to appreciate that good medical attention can give a good and prolonged life and that was what motivated me to rise up and assist Mr Chukwu,” Otedola, who was represented at the event by Acting Chief Operating Officer of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Company Limited, Philip Akinola, said.

He added, “In my circle of friends, many spend up to N50m to drink champagne and generally enjoy life, but at the end of it all, what happens? It passes out of the body as waste. For me, therefore, and I also tell my friends, it is important to use such money to benefit others and put smiles on the faces of as many people as we can.


“To update you, the sum of roughly N36,635,000 has been expended on Mr Chukwu’s medical and travel expenses and it’s my joy that I’m spending the money God blessed me with to be of assistance to him.”

In May, Otedola also came to the aid of Peter Fregene, a former Green Eagles goalkeeper, who has been bedridden since 2001, after SUNDAY PUNCH’s report on May 26.

He is currently also footing the medical bills of popular actor, Victor Olaotan, a lead character in the popular TV soap opera series, Tinsel, in a Turkish hospital.

In his response, Chukwu said only God can repay Otedola’s generosity towards him.

The ceremony was witnessed by Chukwu’s wife, Lilian, daughter Adaora Ndebe and younger sister Edith Motanya, who accompanied him to London for his treatment there.

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God bless Otedela.

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God bless him the more

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Keep up the great work

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it good and charitable to help the unpriviledged , may God helps him also.

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[ @iamjasper: ] Make God be with you to continued your good work my otedola

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Thanks for the update...
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