Nigerian International Taiwo Awoniyi has taken to social media to share a cute picture of himself, his wife Taiye Jesudun and his son, to mark his fifth-year wedding anniversary.
Awoniyi posted an adorable picture on Instagram showing his lovely family on the couple’s special day.
He accompanied the Instagram post with the caption: “Thank you for keeping up with this guy
“Next 🌎, it’s you again. Happy anniversary ❤️🥰 wife me @mrs_taiyeawoniyi
Taiwo Awoniyi married his wife Taiye Jesudun after an engagement and traditional wedding in Kabba, Kwara state in Nigeria on the 15th of June 2018.
The Nottingham Forest goal poacher followed that up with a white wedding that was done on the 16th of June, 2018.
He had an excellent season in attack for the tricky trees scoring 11 goals and providing 1 assist in 30 appearances for the side.
Taiwo Awoniyi, the husband of Taiye Jesudun also assisted Forest in remaining in the English top-flight despite a shaky start to the season.
The 25-year-old scored important goals against Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal, with the goal against the Gunners guaranteeing Steve Cooper’s side safety in the Premier League.
Nottingham Forest signed Awoniyi from Union Berlin for a club-record fee in the region of £17.5 million, penning a five-year deal with the club.
He is currently preparing with his international teammates for an important encounter against Sierra Leone in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Taiwo Awoniyi also had his say on Nigeria’s game against Sierra Leone
Speaking ahead of the game, the former Liverpool forward told fans of his home country that they should not expect anything less than a win.
He said: “Of course, Nigerians should not expect anything other than victory.”
Taiwo Awoniyi also emphasized on the quality of players that the Nigeria senior national team currently have at their disposal.
He said: “Because looking at the caliber of players that we have in the team, these are players that have done well for their club sides, and I hope that we can bring home the same spirit that we have from our club sides.”
Meanwhile, regarding the anniversary celebration, Taiye Jesudun also celebrated the special day on social media.
Taiye shared a picture of the family alongside a message that reads: “You are the love I never thought I would find, and I wouldn’t trade you for anything in the world.
“Happy anniversary Ayomi, love you now and forever ❤️❤️❤️@awoniyi18.”
Taiye Jesudun has been a supportive, loving and caring partner of Taiwo Awoniyi so far in their union.
Who is Taiwo Micheal Awoniyi and when was he born?
He is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Nottingham Forest and the Nigeria national team.
Awoniyi was born on the 12th of August 1997.
Taiwo Awoniyi’s father and mother?
The name of his father is Samuel Awoniyi while his mother’s name is unknown.
How did Taiwo Awoniyi and Taiye Jesudun meet?
According to reports, they were childhood lovers and it wasn’t hard for them to convert from a friendship status to a marital status.
What is the gender of Taiwo Awoniyi’s twin?
He has a younger twin sister named Kehinde.
When was Taiye Jesudun born?
She was born on the 21st of July, 1998.
Taiwo Awoniyi’s child?
The couple have one child and his name is Emmanuel. He was born on the 16th of October 2020.
Taiwo Awoniyi’s market value, net worth and salary?
The market value of the Nigerian International is €20 million.
His net worth is estimated to be within the region of £3 – £5 million and he earns £50,000 weekly.
Clubs Taiwo Awoniyi has previously played for?
He has represented Liverpool, FSV Frankfurt (on loan), NEC (on loan), Mouscron (on loan), Gent (on loan), Mainz 05 (on loan), Union Berlin (on loan and on a permanent basis). His current club is Nottingham Forest.
Taiwo Awoniyi stats for club and country?
The 25-year-old has scored 71 goals and provided 25 assists in 220 games so far in his career.
Internationally, Awoniyi has made 5 appearances for Nigeria and he has scored one goal.
He netted in Nigeria’s 3-1 win over Sudan at the AFCON 2021 tournament hosted in Cameroon.