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Nigerian Premier League star, Jordon Ibe, robbed of his £25K Rolex at knifepoint

Nigerian Premier League star, Jordon Ibe who plays for Bournemouth and was the victim of a robbery after his £25K Rolex was stolen at knifepoint in south-east London. The 20yr old's car is believed to have been struck by the assailants who then accosted him and seized his watch.


According to The Sun,  The assailants made off with the footballer's £25,000 Rolex but didn't injure him.  A Met Police spokesman said:
 'One of the suspects threatened the victim with a knife before stealing his watch. The victim was not injured. A Met Police spokesman said:
 'One of the suspects threatened the victim with a knife before stealing his watch. The victim was not injured. At this early stage, officers are investigating whether the suspects intentionally collided with the victim's car.'
Jordon Ibe  is a Nigerian by birth but grew up in London. In 2015 former Super Eagles coach,  Sunday Oliseh made a personal appeal to Ibe in an attempt to convince him to come play for Nigeria but a few weeks later, he confirmed that his international future lay with England.

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