The Al Ain striker took to his Instagram handle (@Emenike_9) to share the good news.
The house Naij.com sports gathers is an 8-units terrace property.
Emenike wrote on his wall: “EE29 : 8 unit’s terraces is ready in owerri.”
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EE29 ::::8 unit’s terraces is ready in owerri
Al Ain forward, Emmanuel Emenike, called it quit to his international career in October 19 2015.
Emenike said there is no going back in his decision to quit International football.
According to Al Ain striker, his decision however has nothing to do with coach Sunday Oliseh.
Emenike said: “I have absolutely nothing against the coach (Oliseh)
“As for me, I still remain loyal to coach Sunday Oliseh and I want to believe he understands my decision.
“My decision has nothing to do with the coach, who is a brave man, a technically sound person, my decision has nothing to go against his vision for the Super Eagles.
“Me out of the team will equally ease pressure on the coach and it will enable the younger players to fight harder for the team.
“Nigeria have produced lots of talented goal poacher like Julius Aghahowa, Victor Agali, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, Samuel Okwaraji, Obafemi Martins, Ike Uche, Rashidi Yekini just to mention a few. I believe with God on our side, the team will fly higher without Emenike.
“I will be glad to see them qualify for both the AFCON and World Cup in 2018.
“We have lots of good players in the team and more are still coming in to contribute, so I believe the team will get better and stronger as time goes on. The team will be great under Oliseh.”