- 2.1 club
- 2.2 national team
Oruma began his career in France at RC Lens. When he was there through the youth, he came in 1994 to the pros before. After two years and 35 games Oruma was on loan at AS Nancy. Here he came into the full season to 22 games. After he returned to Lens, he brought it just over 7 games and was retired shortly thereafter. So he moved to Turkey to Samsunspor, where he was a regular player and scored four goals in 21 games. But even here, it did not keep him long, in summer 1999, he moved to Olympique Nîmes in the Ligue 2, France's second highest league. Here he completed 25 missions and scored twice for Nimes. However, its finally here, time was not last forever, so he joined Servette Geneva, where he ran aground 49 times in two years and twelve times was successful. In the summer of 2002, he moved back to France, this time to FC Sochaux, where he remained for three years before he moved to Olympique Marseille free transfer in 2005. In summer 2008, he signed a contract with the then French second division side Guingamp, with the Wilson Oruma was ten months later celebrate winning the French Cup. On 27 July 2009 he signed a one-year contract with the Greek first division promoted AO Kavala.
For his country Nigeria, he stood at the 1998 World Cup on the pitch. In 1996, he took with the " Super Eagles " as Nigeria's team is also called, the Olympic gold medal in Atlanta. In 2006, Oruma with Nigeria in the Africa Cup 2006 in Egypt and participate in third.
- The player's career statistics
- National football team (Nigeria )
- Born in 1976
- Olympic Champions (Football )
- Olympian (Nigeria )