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Football Legend Jay-Jay Okocha And Wife Nkechi Celebrate 25th Wedding Anniversary And 50th Birthday In Maldives | KOKO Brides
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    Football Legend Jay-Jay Okocha And Wife Nkechi Celebrate 25th Wedding Anniversary And 50th Birthday In Maldives

    Former Nigerian footballer, Jay-Jay Okocha and his beautiful wife Nkechi celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary and her 50th birthday in Maldives this weekend.

    Jay-Jay Okocha and his wife Nkechi renewed their vows in a ceremony attended by their close friends and loved ones on Sunday, October 22nd.

    Meanwhile on Saturday, October 21, Nkechi marked 50 years and her birthday party was celebrated in grand style.

    Jay-Jay Okocha and Nkechi tied the knot in 1998 and have two children, Ajay Okocha and Daniella Okocha.

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    About Jay-Jay Okocha

    Augustine Azuka Okocha, born 14 August 1973, commonly known as Jay-Jay Okocha, is a Nigerian former professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.

    He won 73 caps for the Nigerian national team between 1993 and 2006, scoring 14 goals, and was a member of three FIFA World Cups squads. He is regarded as one of the greatest football players from Africa.

    He played across multiple leagues, starting his career at Enugu Rangers in the Nigerian Professional Football League.

    In late 2014 Okocha was added to the FIFA football game series as a “Legend” which honours his years as a great footballer.

    Okocha was elected as the Chair of the Delta State Football Association on 21 February 2015. In April 2015, he expressed his interest in becoming the president of the Nigeria Football Federation.

    Okocha has served as a football pundit for African sports broadcaster, Supersports since 2019, providing analysis for major tournaments, including the African Cup of Nations and the European championships.

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