Nigeria: How 'Jujuman' Ended Arsenal's Poor Start With Dressing Room Visit?

Kelechi Anyikunde places a supposed paraphernalia on a raised table as he walks around the dressing room and ‘blessing it’.
3 September 2018

A Nigerian Arsenal fan has lit up the internet after sharing a video of how he 'blessed' the club's dressing room to help it from its poor start of the season.

In the video, Kelechi Anyikunde places a supposed paraphernalia on a raised table as he walks around the dressing room and 'blessing it'.

He then advances towards striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang's jersey and 'blesses' it by tapping it with his paraphernalia.

Kelechi goes on to ask a woman manning the room where Alex Iwobi's jersey is and on receiving directions he goes on to 'bless' it as well.

Kelechi Anyikunde is popular on YouTube for his videos of attending Arsenal matches dressed in different Nigerian attires.

The latest video is undated, though he claims his visit to the dressing room played a big role in ending Arsenal's poor start of the season.

The blessings video has been shared widely with many users commending Kelechi's intervention to bless the team's dressing room which paved the way for their victories over premier league matches against West Ham United and Cardiff City.

So after two unfortunate results by @Arsenal, I stormed their dressing room to bless it and boom the boys won the third game against West Ham. Can I hear Cheeee 😂😂.

Cardiff city is already going down tomorrow, no shaking. Bless 🙏#arsenal #football #nigeria #emiratesstadium pic.twitter.com/xQPRaGTeCB

- Dr. Kelechi Anyikude (@KelechiAFC) September 1, 2018

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