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Ndidi Reveals How He Sold Groundnuts On The Streets Of Lagos

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Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi has opened up on how living in military barracks helped shape his life as a person, revealing how he even had to hawk groundnuts on the streets of Lagos to help make ends meet for his family.

The 22-year-old, whose father was in the Nigeria Army, said the discipline imbibed in him from everyone in his surrounding is what made him who he has become today.

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In an interview with the BBC, Ndidi said, “I was disciplined by most of the people around me while growing up, it wasn’t only my parent who had to discipline me.


“If I behaved badly, I got disciplined by other people who were higher than my father in rank and he won’t say nothing.

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“That’s how I grew up. I assisted my mother in selling groundnuts as a child but I’m grateful to God for who I’ve become today.”

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