Former Super Eagles attacker, Nnamdi Vincent Oduama (Robinho) has found time to keep alive his prayer life, despite now plying his trade in an Eastern European country where Christianity is not given a place of pride or adequate prominence, footballive.ng reports.
Such it is that some words of supplication have come forth from the first player to score a hat-trick for Nigeria in a FIFA organised senior football competition, which he did at the 2013 Confederation Cup in Brazil.
However, the prayers from Odu, who now plays for FK Tirana of Albania are not for himself, as he prefers to be his brothers’ keeper and is saying a reel of good tidings for his fans and friends.
This he revealed in a post on social media, as the former AC Milan of Italy youngster not only called on God to provide a miracle for those he loves, but that they would also be alive to witness the divine touch.
Oduamadi stated in his latest post: “May there be a miracle in YOUR life today and may you have the EYES to see it. Amen.”