Former Super Eagles footballer Efetobore Sodje and his brothers Stephen and ex-rugby player Bright have been found guilty and jailed for siphoning money from their family charity, the Sodje Sports Foundation. The brothers set up the charity in 2009 with the aim of helping poor children in Nigeria and other countries in Africa.
Ex-Super Eagles Defender, Brothers Jailed for Fraud
Premium Times, 21 January 2019
Former Super Eagles defender, Efe Sodje, alongside his brothers Stephen and Bright, were given prison sentences for fraud last year, it can now be reported. Read more »
Former Super Eagles defender, Efe Sodje, 46, and his brothers, Stephen Sodje, 43, and ex-rugby player Bright Sodje, 52.
Eagles Ex-Star, Sodje, Two Brothers Jailed for Misappropriating African Charity Funds
Guardian, 22 January 2019
Super Eagles former defender, Efe Sodje and two of his brothers have been jailed for siphoning tens of thousands of pounds from a charity set up to help poor African children. Read more »
No Media Trial Can Bring Down the Sodje Brothers
Vanguard, 3 November 2016
It is saddening to note that the ways and manners half baked information on media are lifted without proper information and inquiry, then proceed to feed the populace with same is… Read more »
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