Tianjin Teda of China star, John Mikel Obi’s wife, Olga Diyachenko has surprisingly reeled out a shower of sweet words form Nigerian women, who she described as the pride of females worldwide.
Footballlive.ng can report that Olga made the declaration during her first ever visit to see Mikel’s parents in Nigeria, and she emphatically declared that she would love to see he twin daughters, Mia and Ava, emulate the unique qualities of the Nigerian woman.
The Russian beauty said Nigerian women are beautiful, full of grace, have charisma and not a shred of insecurity, while hoping that her children will grow up to be like that as well.
Olga stated as much during a welcome party organsied in their honour by Mikel’s family, with the Super Eagles’ captain’s parents and siblings in attendance.
In obvious satisfaction with the event, Olga poured encomium on her hubbies’ family then went on to reel out sweet words for the generality of Nigerian women, as she took to social media to state her emotions.
Olga shared details of her experience in Nigeria and caught the sight of several internet users with her description of Nigerian women, as the mother of two beamed with superlatives all through her post.
She posted: “Nigeria, what a surprise you’ve turned out be. But, if I’m to say what impressed me most, it’s The Women.
“So much; grace, charisma and not a shred of insecurity. Nigerian women walk swaying their beautiful hips with their backs impeccably straight, heads held high, knowing their worth.
“Their attitude is strong, yet very sensual, regardless whether it’s a wealthy woman walking through a 5 star hotel or a young girl crossing the road at 7 AM rushing to work.
“Although may I say, Nigerian women do not rush, nor do they fidget, they simply glide.
“The way Nigerian women preserve their culture and traditions is admirable.
“They don’t chase international designers or dress according to Vogue, they wear beautiful traditional dresses, dance the traditional dances and do it all with pride!
“I hope Ava and Mia will inherit the calmness, sense of pride, posture and self worth that I’ve witnessed Nigerian women posses with such ease. Nigerian Women hat off to you #Nigeria #Pride #Women.”