Super Eagles/Watford striker, Odion Ighalo to face 2 years jail term & €3,000 fine for bribery scandal while in Spain

According to reports from top Spanish paper, Marca, Super Eagles/Watford striker Odion Ighalo and 93 others including his ex-Granada teammate, Diego Buonanotte might face a two-year jail term after facts emerged he was involved  in a bribery scandal while he played with Granada in Spain.

According to the report, Ighalo and 93 others bribed their way through driving tests in 2012 and 2013 as they hired someone to sit for exams and the striker potentially faces a jail term of 2 years and fine of  €3,000 if an open trial is to be held according to the provincial district attorney’s office of Granada.
According to the report, the Super Eagles star and 93 others paid between €1,500 and €2,500 to students who wrote their driving exams for them and in Ighalo's case, after the exam- the errors from his sheet were deleted.
Ighalo has now been charged with 'falsifying an official document'.
All efforts by NS to contact Ighalo proved abortive.

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