Former Super Eagles midfielder Wilson Oruma is in a critical mental condition after he was reportedly duped a whooping sum of N1.2b by his pastor as far back as 2012. In a shocking disclosure by Complete Sports, the midfielder was said to have lost such huge amount of money as he was tricked to invest in an oil business.
Although, it happened six years ago, the player is yet to overcome the shock which is now said to have aggravated to a mental disorder. All efforts to salvage the situation had proved futile, according to one of the player’s close friend who was disclosing this to Complete Sports in an exclusive interview.
Nigerians have been called upon to pray for the player
Former Super Eagles midfielder Wilson Oruma has suffered a mental breakdown after losing N1.2B in fake oil business.
These are however trying times for the former midfielder, please remember him in your prayers.
I can't post his recent pic that i saw, bcos it's heartbreaking.
— Ajala (@UNCLE_AJALA) January 11, 2018
I feel so sorry for Wilson Oruma, I pray God will grant him eternal healing and send him a mighty helping hand. His case and that of Emmanuel Eboue is similar.
Footballers earn a lot of money and I believe they should acquire good education before investing.
— John Atayi Chiemeka (@JAC_Ibekwe) January 12, 2018
I join my faith with all sports loving Nigerians to pray for the speedy recovery of former Nigerian footballer Wilson Oruma who is reported to have suffered a relapse from emotional disorder.Complete Sports reports that he was duped of N1.2b in 2012& has not been the same since.
— Baojis™® (@ojobabatundeiso) January 11, 2018