.To Get Married To Boxing Champion Emenogu Soon –
Super Falcons goalkeeper, Precious Dede may have said goodbye to spinsterhood, as latest findings revealed that she will soon get married to World Boxing Organisation, WBO champion, King Davidson Emenogu.
The Nigerian number one female goalkeeper confirmed in an exclusive chat with eyeonthesports.com that she is in love with Davidson, and that they would exchange marital vows soon.
Dede, a regular Nigerian female goalkeeper, gave her fans a bit of what to expect in their union on Friday, 7 February, 2014, when she posted some lovely words; ‘ONE LOVE KEEP US TOGETHER’, with pictures of herself kissing her hubby.
The lovebirds have been in this secret but affectionate romance for sometime before Dede made it public on the social media, Facebook this week.
Dede had earlier broken the good news in style when she posted some comments on her Facebook page shortly after her birthday last month.
In the post, Dede wrote; “One day, someone will be 100 per cent honest with you, and will love you forever. Don’t give up trying to find them, they are looking for you”. Those words appear to have done the magic for Precious Uzoaru Dede, who was born on 18 January, 1980 in Lagos.
She has featured for top female club sides in the country including Delta Queens FC and Rivers Angels FC of Port Harcourt. Dede has also represented Nigeria in many international competitions and won laurels for the country in the African Women Championship, AWC. She has also played for Nigeria in the FIFA Women’s World Cups.
Dede’s hubby, King Davidson Emenogu defeated American Michael Mahoney by a technical knockout in round four to reclaim the World Boxing Organisation, WBO, International title at 02 Guildhall, Southampton in London late last year.
The boxer popularly called ‘Hand of God’ was one of the athletes that represented the country during the COJA 2003 All Africa Games held in Abuja, where he won a gold medal.
Before then, he won a bronze medal for Nigeria at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester in 2000 and also took part in the Melbourne Games in 2006 before he turned a professional boxer.