Iheanacho composes an “Igbo” version of Craig David’s song “walking away” (video)

Super Eagles and Leicester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho has used his native Igbo language to formulate another version of Craig David’s 2000 hit single “walking away.”

Iheanacho who is fondly called Senior Man, was recently spotted in a dressing room listening and singing “am walking away.” But his lyrics and language was a little different from the one Craig David used in the song.

The 24-year-old Nigerian used his name Iheanacho which means “what we want” to compose his own version of that song.

Watch the video below;

Meanwhile, Kelechi Iheanacho and his countryman Wilfred Ndidi are currently training with Leicester City’s first team ahead of their pre-season games against Queens Park Rangers, Wycombe Wanderers and Burton Albion, later this month.

Read: Villarreal puts Chukwueze up for sale, Lukas Nmecha’s transfer to Wolfsburg completed.

The Foxes are also preparing for their duel against Manchester City in the FA Community Shield on August 7.

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