Does Anthony Joshua Deserve The Support He Is Getting From Nigerians?

Anthony JoshuaNigerian-British boxer, Anthony Joshua, has always highlighted his connection to the Federal Republic of Nigeria in his numerous international boxing appearances.
He used Wizkid’s “Ojuelegba,” as the entrance song in his big money fight against Carlos Takam. He once shared a Snapchat video of himself as he taught his son, Joseph, the Yoruba language in a bid to help his son connect well with his true father land.
Anthony Joshua
In the video, the world heavyweight champion is heard saying some words in Yoruba as his son repeats after him.
Though Anthony Joshua represents England in the boxing federation, he has always created time to connect with his motherland through the Yoruba language which he picked up in the few months he once spent in Sagamu, Ogun state.
The 3-title holding boxing king has continually joined the list of talented Nigerians in diaspora waving the flag of Naija high with their impressive actions and decisions. Despite the open hands Britain gave to him as a home grown boxer, Anthony Joshua still came-back to his true origin as a Nigerian.
Anthony Joshua
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