Gbenga Ogunbote and Abdul Maikaba, Nigeria Professional Football league coaches, were spotted in the classrooms giving back to the society.
The managers are two of the best the NPFL has produced in recent times - as they both boast of winning the country's FA Cup for their former clubs.
Ogunbote led Rangers International to lift the title two seasons ago, while Maikaba won it for Akwa United also.
Meanwhile, with the league yet to start a new season and all the clubs are playing preseason in preparation for the 2019-20 season.
The tactician were spotted teaching pupils simple mathematics to serve as inspiration to the youngsters who might choose a career in either playing football, or coaching.
Ogunbote, former Gateway FC and Sunshine Stars was a graduate of Mathematics/Statistics from Yaba college Lagos.
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And he was teaching students in their final year in Kofar, Nasarawa and Kano on the subject he loves so much.
Meanwhile, Ogunbote has moved to Lobi Stars on a one year deal despite qualifying the Flying Antelopes for the Caf Confederation Cup.
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