- Alex Iwobi has received recognition for his passionate work in supporting the charity
- The Arsenal star received an award with the Community Action Award at the Best of African Award (BOA)
- Iwobi was also recognized last year when he gave all of his daily pay to charity
Arsenal and Super Eagles attacker, Alex Iwobi has received recognition for his passionate work in supporting the charity as he was honoured on Monday night April 30 with the Community Action Award at the Best of African Awards (BOA.)
Iwobi was accompanied to the event by his parent and some of his Arsenal teammates.
An elated Iwobi took to his Instagram handle to share photo of his new award alongside photos with his ever supporting parents.
The Nigerian international, who was recognized with the PFA Community Champion Award last year for his charitable work with the Arsenal Community Foundation after donating a day’s wage to the club, received a similar award on Monday for always supporting the community.
Iwobi has been part of the Arsenal family from a very tender age and joined the first team in 2015. He has been a major part of the club’s community foundation since then.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Nigeria international Alex Iwobi has has declared himself fit for Arsenal’s must win Europa League semi final clash in Spain on Thursday, May 3.
The 21-year-old attacker suffered a minor injury in the Gunners 2-1 defeat to Manchester united on Sunday at Old Trafford, after which his manager came out to say he was struggling with a hamstring injury.
And the situation has raised concerns with Arsene Wenger, who wants to win a title for the north London side before finally stepping down at the end of this season.
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