Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon, says he is grateful to the Lord after his wife was delivered of their first baby on Friday night.
Simon took his wife, Ibukun Sarah Adenuga, in December 2016, and he calls his baby girl a ‘miracle baby.’
“I just want to say Thank U Lord!!! She is born 3|08|2018, my princess ?? is here thanks to the queen ? @princess_mide27 for everything you are a true hero, the king ? will always make you both happy as always#miracle baby is here ❤️glory be to God?? ,” he tweeted late Friday.
Simon, who has been released by his Belgian side, KAA Gent despite having a year left on his contract, is reportedly set to join Spanish club Levante this season.
He will seal the deal in the next few days, according to a report on Spanish news channel, Cadena SER.
The 23-year old was instrumental to Nigeria’s qualification for the just-concluded FIFA World Cup, but could not join the Super Eagles at the showpiece in Russia due to injury.
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