Mikel Obi: It’s too early for you to retire at 35 – Shehu Sani tells Chelsea legend
Former federal lawmaker Shehu Sani responded to football legend John Obi Mikel's retirement from the sport.
Mikel Obi's 35-year-old retirement from football was deemed premature by Sani.
The former Super Eagles captain, however, received his best wishes for the future.
In a tweet via his Twitter handle on Wednesday, Sani wrote: “It’s too early for Mikel Obi to retire from professional football at 35." However, I wish him all the best. "
Remember that on Tuesday, Mikel Obi announced his retirement from football in a post on his Instagram page.
After a productive career playing for both clubs and the Nigerian national team, the 35-year-old midfielder from Nigeria retired.
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