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Yobo testimonial celebrates kids as Terry, Moyes get invitation

19 May 2016, 11:36

Lagos -Top stars will be physically present as former Super Eagles captain Joseph Yobo welcome a host of English Premier League stars in Port Harcourt on Friday May 27 to mark his Testimonial and Centenary Game.

Among the stars expected are Chelsea captain John Terry and former Everton and Manchester United Manager David Moyes as well as Ghanaian stars Dede and Jordan Ayew, according to a press release forwarded to News24.

Yobo, a committed family man, is giving families a chance to be part of the event, which is happening on Children's Day, through their kids.

Sportdaylive reports that a total of 22 kids aged 6-12 years old will walk out with the players onto the pitch, and Yobo is offering a lifetime opportunity to families around Port Harcourt to give their kids 16 spots of this unique experience.

Also read: NFF frees Mikel, Musa for Yobo testimonial

All they have to do is take a short video (no more than 30 seconds) of their kid completing this phrase "I too can be a star because. . ." They should also upload the video on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, and tag @JYobo234 on with of the three platforms. Be sure you are following the account, as the selected videos will be reshared. Use the hashtags #YoboTestimonial. The reshared videos of 16 kids with the highest votes/likes/RTs wins.

Competition begins on May 19 and ends of May 24, with organisers’ decision being final.

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