President Muhammadu Buhari has allocated houses to the Super Eagles Squad that won the African Cup of Nations in Tunis, Tunisia, in 1994.
Garba Shehu, Presidential spokesman, who disclosed this in a statement, said it is in fulfillment of a promise made by the Federal Government.
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Shehu said Buhari approved three bedroom allocations in their states of preference, following a memo by Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola.
Shehu said six players and three technical crew members have received their houses already.
The beneficiaries, according to the statement, are: Peter Rufai, Alloy Agu, Ike Shorounmu, Uche Okechukwu, Samson Siasia, Efan Ekoku, Sunday Oliseh, Benedict Iroha, Isaac Semitoje, Mutiu Adepoju, Emmanuel Amunike, Victor Ikpeba, Austin Eguavoen and Wilfred Agbonavbare (Deceased).
Others included Uche Okafor (deceased), Thompson Oliha (deceased), Stephen Keshi (deceased), Christian Chukwu, Dr Akin Amao, Stephen Edema, Col. A Asielue and B. Aromasodun.