How Victor Moses Suffered The Murder Of His Parents At 11

It’s actually true that the beginnings of any successful human are not really easy, the story of Nigerian international Victor Moses represents sacrifice, hard work, and consistency in the most noteworthy form. With a specific end goal to achieve the best, the Chelsea winger needed to defeat a genuine nightmare.Victor Moses was only 11 years of age while playing football in the streets with his friends, the former Crystal Palace youth trainee receives some ghastly news from his uncle, who had come to find him quickly in the wake of discovering that his parents had been killed.

He lived the most exceedingly terrible periods of his life in his uncle’s house, where he could barely go out into the street, since his dad was a religious Catholic pastor in the city of Kaduna and, with the declaration of Islamic Law in Nigeria in 2002, the state was not any more safe for people not in line with the religion. And you wonder why the World keep asking is it truly a religion of peace?

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Moses went to Britain as an asylum seeker with his travel being paid for by his uncle, where he was welcomed by a humble family in London. There he attended Stanley Technical High School in South Norwood, he was scouted playing football in the local Tandridge League for Cosmos 90 FC, and his quality got the attention of Crystal Palace with the club’s stadium just streets away from his school and he signed for the London club in 2007.