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How people I trusted failed me in my career – Ogu

Super Eagles midfielder, John Ogu has decried how people he trusted failed him in moving his career

Super Eagles midfielder, John Ogu has decried how people he trusted failed him in moving his career forward as they were more interested in their own selfish gains.

Ogu who made this known on his verified Twitter handle @ogujohnugo, further said he is hungry to succeed in life despite the stall in his career at the moment.

“Truth is, a lot of people I trusted failed me in my career moving forward.

“I remembered I trusted someone back here in Nigeria after I signed for Almeria in la liga then but because of their selfish interest for me to play in Belgium, deal crashed but we moved!!

“Went to Portugal, and then I was without a top club then ended up in Israel where I became KING with the help of my brother Tony Nwakaeme on the field where we won titles together.

“I’m so proud to see him buzzing hard in Turkey and flourishing.

“Stayed out without a team for months before a friend helped me to get a deal in Saudi.

“Moved there and started a new life then came CORONA!! Na wa but see I always believe this life, na God get final say for this life.

“I’m grateful to God for all he has done for me.

“I’m as hungry as ever to succeed in this life and career God has chosen for me.

“Market is opened,I’m working so hard to get back on the pitch . When all is done, I shall update you all.

“Thank you to every one of the real JOHN OGU’s supporters here. I truly appreciate y’all,” he wrote on Twitter.

Ogu currently plays for Saudi-Arabia club side, Al-Adalah whom he signed for on January 10, 2020.

 

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