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Mikel’s daughter urges ex-Super Eagles star to marry Russian mum

By Toby Prince

One of Mikel Obi’s twin daughters has urged the ex-Super Eagles captain to marry their Russian mum as soon as possible.

Mikel and Olga Diyachenko have been partners for some time now.

Olga posted the video on Instagram on Thursday.

“Che @mikel_john_obi we getting married at some dodgy concert where they serve popcorn “apparently” 🤣 Love you ♥️ #youtubeworthy Everyone’s invited to our🍿 wedding 💒,” she wrote.

Earlier in September, Olga Diyachenko had spoken about the rumour that her relationship with the footballer was going through difficulties.

A report had said that she was displeased with Mikel’s move to Turkish side, Trabzonspor, and had told him to leave the club.

Reacting to this, Olga wrote on InstaStories: “What’s most shocking is how happy many of you are, I would even say ecstatic to read the “news”. I mean you guys counted how much money I’d get, he would get and how would child support work out. Oh, and how all of you “warned” him not to marry a white woman.”

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