Nigerian striker Emenike advises Super Eagles captain to relocate and provide more security for his father

Emenike has given his advised Mikel Obi on how to prevent his father from being kidnapped again.

Mikel Obi’s father was recently kidnapped by hoodlums who asked for a certain ransom of N10 Million ($28,000 US) to guarantee his release just before the Super Eagles took on Argentina in their crucial last group D game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Pa Michael Obi was rescues by the Enugu State chapter of the Nigerian Police Force on Monday, July 2.

Emenike who played alongside Mikel when they won the 2013 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) as well as the 2014 FIFA World Cup has given his opinion about the kidnap incident.

In a post on his official Instagram account shown by LIB, Emenike wrote alongside a picture of Mikel, “Guy, buy your parents house in Abuja, Lagos and bring them or get security to stay with them in Enugu because people eyes no good. ”

Pa Michael Obi was earlier kidnapped in 2011, after his was missing for 10days before he was found in Kano.

Upon the recent rescue of his father, Mikel has thanked the Nigerian police for their efforts.

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