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Victor Boniface: Leverkusen Star Spends Over ₦10 Million on Custom Iced-Out Chain in Honor of His Mother After Bundesliga Victory

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Prince Jean

Apr 19, 2024

International African Players

Similar to Osimhen, Boniface marked Leverkusen’s monumental Bundesliga victory with flair, commissioning a bespoke diamond piece in memory of his late mother. Credit:Buchi Obasi

Nigerian striker Victor Boniface, who plays for Bayer Leverkusen, recently celebrated his club's historic Bundesliga championship by investing in two custom-made diamond chains valued at over ₦10 million. The striker's poignant tribute comes after a standout debut season where he scored the opening goal and provided an assist during Leverkusen's decisive 5-0 victory over Werder Bremen at the Bay Arena—a win that clinched the club's first-ever Bundesliga title.

Boniface commissioned the well-known jeweler Buchi Obasi, famed for creating Victor Osimhen's championship ring and chains after Napoli's Scudetto win last season. One of the chains prominently features a diamond-encrusted pendant that bears the inscription "Dreams Are For Real," alongside a throwback photo of his late mother and siblings, commemorating his family's influence and his humble beginnings.

The 23-year-old has openly shared his personal history, revealing that after the loss of his mother last year, he was raised by his grandparents. In a heartfelt gesture, he arranged for his grandmother to travel and watch him play in the Bundesliga, further highlighting his family's significant role in his life and career.

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