Amaechi’s wife didn’t demand or collect money from us, Ex-Rivers commissioners, Council chairmen tell Wike

Former Rivers commissioners and local government council chairmen have described as false the statement by the current Governor of the state, Nyesom  Wike who had alleged that  Dame Judith Amaechi, the wife of the Minister of Transport and former Governor of Rivers state, Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi collected, on monthly bases, between two and three million naira from them while her husband was still the state governor.

The ex-Rivers executives who asked Governor Wike to tender an unreserved apology to the wife of Amaechi also said, rather, Wike was the one who coerced and extorted millions of naira from them with a threat of stiff penalty or job loss if anyone failed to comply with his directive because he (Wike) was the Chief of Staff to the then Governor Rotimi Amaechi.

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A statement cosigned by Ojukaye Flag Amachree, the former Chairman Asari-Toru LGA and Fred Mbombo-Igwe, the former Commissioner of Sports for all former Local Council Chairmen as well as for all former Commissioners during the Amaechi administration in Rivers State, respectively, said that Governor Wike is bereft of ideas and lacks respect for his own wife hence, wants to drag the name of the wife of the minister to the mud.

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The group who equally said that Wike is a very corrupt man and a looter, a reason the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, fought him then.

The statement read thus:

“The attention of former Chairmen of Local Government Councils and Commissioners in Rivers State during the administration of former Governor Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi have been drawn to a recent media interview granted by current governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, where Wike falsely accused Dame Judith Amaechi, the wife of our boss of extorting and collecting monthly, between Two and Three Million Naira from Commissioners and Local Government Council chairmen respectively, while her husband was the State governor.
“Realizing the magnitude and gravity of this allegation, the Council Chairmen and Commissioners deem it necessary to make this public clarification in the interest of our teeming supporters and Rivers people.
“1.Nyesom Wike, since his assumption to office, appears to have a major agendum, which is to tarnish the sterling reputation of former Governor Amaechi, his erstwhile benefactor. He is bereft of ideas and unprepared for the task of governing a heterogeneous state like Rivers.
“2.Wike, while serving as the Chief of Staff to Governor Amaechi, interfaced regularly with Council Chairmen. With this rare privilege and his avarice plus his corrupt tendencies, he elected to commit a lot of fraudulent and sharp practices including massive looting and various degree of financial extortion on the council chairmen and commissioners who felt hapless due to his perceived closeness to the governor as the chief of staff.
“3.On several occasions, Wike, hiding under the subterfuge of his office as intermediary between the then governor and other elected or appointed public officials, made financial demands and extorted money from council chairmen including arm twisting them to award contracts to him.
“4.It is on record that several LGA projects then, including the new secretariat of Port Harcourt City Council and Etche Council, were done by Wike.  Council chairmen and State officials were forced to contribute several millions of naira to Wike under the pretext of fighting his legal battle with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) when he was arrested and tried for corruption. For the most flimsy excuses, Wike placed hefty levies on council chairmen. Failure to pay was usually met with stiff sanctions.
“5.Governor Wike is indeed morally bankrupt and cannot point accusing fingers at the wife of former governor Amaechi. In fact, the then chief of staff to Amaechi gave stern directives to council chairmen never to support the activities of the wife of the governor.
“6.We want to state that no Council Chairman either individually or as a group, or State Commissioners were told, coerced, intimidated or persuaded to pay any money to the wife of the former Governor. And no money was given to her.
“7.Gov. Wike lacks moral rectitude. He is bereft of ideas and has no respect for his wife, hence this shameful attempt to drag the name and reputation of the wife of his former boss into disrepute.
“8.Governor Wike is too economical with the truth and is in fact a pathological liar who should be ignored.  His allegation is baseless, untrue and a figment of his warped imagination.
“9.Former Council Chairmen and Commissioners who served under the administration of Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, by this statement, therefore, warn Governor Wike against this disgraceful and disgusting mischief against the wife of Amaechi and urge him to tender an unreserved apology to the wife of the former governor immediately or be ready to face the consequences of his stupidity,” the statement concluded.

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Traditional Institutions will ensure Nigeria remains indivisible, says Sultan

Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, has promised that the traditional institutions would continue to work relentlessly for Nigeria to remain peaceful, united and indivisible.

Abubakar who spoke on Wednesday night in Sokoto, when he hosted some religious groups, residents and members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), to a Ramadan dinner.

Abubakar commended the acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, for initiating the series of wide consultations as a way out to calm frayed nerves in the country.


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According to the monarch, “dialogue remains the only plausible panacea to Nigeria’s myriad of challenges.

“There is no problem in the world that dialogue cannot solve. Crises are not unique to Nigeria.

“We should sit down, discuss issues and problems, as well as see where we have gone wrong and what went wrong.

“We should see where we have derailed and retrace our steps, then move forward as a single, indivisible country.

“There is no problem without a solution and there is no padlock made without keys to open it. It remains for us to see how to open it,” he said.

The Sultan promised that the traditional institutions would continue to work relentlessly for Nigeria to remain peaceful, united and indivisible.

Abubakar further lamented that the level of patriotism in the country was very low and admonished Nigerians to develop their country, saying nobody would do it for them.

The monarch also said that Nigerians were eager to live in peace and unity with one another, irrespective of their religious, political and ethnic affiliation.

According to the monarch, “we must all strive to develop Nigeria into a country based on justice, fair-play and respect for one another.

Above all, we need the fear of God, with the fear of God, you find things going right. God is the Alpha and Omega.

“The fear of God is the key to solving all our problems. Nigerians are very religious people and we have various Mosques and Churches,” the sultan averred.

On recurring farmers-herdsmen clashes, Abubakar said that those causing mayhem were strangers and urged that those perpetrating these crimes should be treated as criminals.

The royal father underscored the need for Nigerians to trust each other, saying that “challenges were meant to strengthen Nigeria’s unity.

The monarch also stressed the need for Nigerians to understand their differences, live in peace, adding that there would be no trust and unity when there is suspicion

A cross section of speakers at the event lauded the Sultan for the gesture, describing him as a peacemaker and a bridge builder in Nigeria and beyond.


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To those who threaten to jail Biafrans

A man called Nnamdi Kanu and his movement called the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) single-handedly brings the whole of the south-east of our country to a standstill with his one day “stay at home order” and someone in the Presidency says they don’t consider him to be a leader of thought? Clearly the Villa curse has set in.

Delusion is a terrible affliction and treating those that have won the hearts and minds of millions of Igbo youth in our country with contempt and disdain will prove to be a costly mistake for the Buhari administration.

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This is all the more so because those that are expressing their desire and agitating for Biafra have broken no law. They have not killed or threatened to kill anyone, they are not waging war on the Nigerian state, they are not involved in any form of rebellion and they are not undertaking an armed struggle.

They are simply exercising their inalienable and undeniable constitutional right of free speech, freedom of association and self-determination and they are doing so in a peaceful and passive manner.

These rights are not only sacred but they are also guaranteed and protected by international law and custom. Consequently the threat, by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, to send those that exercise those rights to jail is not only an exercise in futility but also provocative and unacceptable.

The truth is that their grievances and aspirations are legitimate and lawful and so are the grievances and aspirations of all other self-determination groups in the country such as those in the south-west that believe in the establishment of the Republic of Oduduwa.

I strongly advise the Acting President to manage this matter very carefully and to stop trying to please or cow-tow to the cabal that have encircled him.

Osinbajo ought to know that even if he jails and kills every Biafran in the country others will rise up and carry on the fight. He cannot succesfully intimidate or threaten a growing movement and philosophy with words and threats. Matters have gone far beyond that now.

He cannot keep Nigeria together with violence or threats of violence. He can only keep her together by the constant expression of love and the regular repetition of regrets for past actions and injustices.

The operators of the Nigerian state cannot strip a man bare, take everything away from him, including his dignity, brutalise him morning, day and night and still expect him to keep quiet.

Whether anyone likes to admit it or not the truth is that Biafra is a reality. It is a spirit that has captured the hearts and minds of millions of young Igbo people: it burns in their souls and has ignited their passions.

It is an idea and concept that has also kindled the imagination and dreams of millions of southerners and Middle Belters who have come to appreciate the fact that there is a credible alternative to the nebulous and unjust status quo and the shattered dreams, cruelty and bondage that the Nigerian state continuosly throws up and offers.

Those in power today must live with this new reality and pray hard that these young men and women have a change of heart. Other than that they cannot stop Biafra and, when the time comes, neither will they be in a position to stop Oduduwa.

Finally this point has to be made. It is a mistake to equate the lawful and legitimate aspiration and agitation for Biafra with the unlawful and illegitimate quit notice and threat given to the Igbo people to leave the north by the Arewa youths.

The former is the peaceful exercise of ones God-given and constitutionally-guaranteed freewill to determine ones own fate, future and destiny whilst the latter is the unlawful and violent imposition of the will of one people against another through the use of violence and threats.

The former is a righteous, wholesome and noble quest whilst the latter is nothing but wickedness, tyranny and witchcraft.

Simply put the brazen threat and quit notice given to the Igbos in the north by the Arewa Youths is manifestly unlawful, immoral, dangerous and irresponsible whilst the expression for the establishment and creation of the sovereign State of Biafra is not only lawful but also legitimate and desirable for those who believe in it.

The two cannot be comapared and neither can it be logically argued or inferred that one led to the other.

Permit me to conclude this contribution with an aside.

I have the greatest respect for Pastor Tunde Bakare and he knows how much I love him. However he is in grave error when he compares Buhari to King David as has been reported.

David was an annointed servant of the Living God and a member of the Kingdom of light.

Bakare is also wrong when he says that Buhari is “on the path to recovery” and that he will return to lead the nation. This is false.

As fawning and weak as Osinbajo is, as a Southerner and a believer, he needs our support and encouragement and not subtle condemnations and discouraging words from his fellow Pastors.

By Femi Fani-Kayode

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Nigerians urge Police to tackle T Shine Sisi Eko for threatening mass murder over billionaire kidnapper Evans

Nigerians have condemned calls by one Facebook user, T Shine Sisi Eko, who has embarked on an advocacy for arrested billionaire kidnapper, Chukwuduben Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans.

T Shine Sisi Eko appears to be a musician, as he spots a Facebook photograph of what appears to be a music album entitled GRACE, allegedly produced by Jamzeal M & M By Mobass.

He also claims affiliation with Love Music Entertainment DLD Records.


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And though the music album comes under a subtle title, GRACE, it is attended with a warning: “Parental Advisory Explicit Content.”

He maintains social media presence on many platforms, with Instagram identity TSHINE BABA; and Twitter handle: TSHINE BABA.

As far as he is concerned, Nigeria is a bad country for Igbo, of which Evans is one; insisting that the self-confessed kidnapper has not done anything wrong, arguing that he helped people at some point during his criminal career.

“Nigeria is never a good country. And we igbos are not qualify to be a country until we learn hw to defend our selves. Evan did nothing I mean nothing. After all he has helped some many souls with the kidnapping business,, u,, who u EPP???” T Shine Sisi Eko asked in his much-reviled June 18 Facebook post.

He would not agree that Evans is deadlier than Christmas Day bomber Kabiru Sokoto; or notable politicians, including APC National Leader, Bola Tinubu; Transport Minister, Rotimi Amaechi; Senate President, Bukola Saraki; or even President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Is Evans more deadly than kabiru sokoto?or more a criminal than,Ameachi,thinubu,saraki,lai mohammed,buhari,other politicians,from all his confession did anybody had that he ve killied any one?they should free him jor! come to think of it,it’s the useless one sided govrment of zoo that turn him to a criminal over night by sizing his continer,” T Shine Sisi Eko in poor grammar.

Here are the posts as published on hos Facebook page:

And here’s what Nigerians have to say about his controversial posts:

Isong Idaresit: if only the idiots knows that he’s everywhere on every blog. soon the police would come for you.

Peter Muotoh: Pls my brother, don’t start what you can not finish, he committed a crime and nothing to justify it, let him face the music except if u are part of them

Chukwuba Chiluba: This one is a fool.

Ikechukwu Uzuegbu: Condom was invented because of characters like T Shine. They should not go beyond the rubber

Olubunmi Mabel: I’ve given up on Nigeria and her people. Nothing shocks me anymore. Crime has become a way of life. It’s pathetic.

Simisola Ogunbanwo: Idiot!! You’ll soon be arrested! Attention you dey seek, attention you go find!😡

Ben Collins: I wish T Shine a successful kidnap.

Kenneth Ojeme Abalu: Tshine can u stay out of this sh***ts and concentrate on a brighter future even if its outside this country

Favour Emeli Ebuka: Mind your words in the public T Shine Sisi Eko

Godson Kose: Give ur self free promo… Mumu am sure ur villagers are using ur brain to stone pear

Muyiwa Owen Oluwade: We are talking of kidnapping. This one is saying tribe. Your weed has expired bro

Lotanna Mbatojuo: Common English you cannot spell, you are totally misinformed, ignorant and lose mouthed. Let me educate you alittle, kidnapping in Lagos state if found guilty is a death sentence, so face your whatever career you choose and become better, rather than showing the whole world your level of stupidity out here. Stop taking Oshogbo weed again.

Ikemefuna C Favour: Nobody turned anybody into a criminal. He had a choice and he chose to be bad. There are people that worse things happened to that didnt set out to do bad things. Justifying evil makes you evil.

Louis Cavalli: I have been telling them to leave our Robin Hood alone, now am glad I have a supporter. Kill them bro. Idiot government.

Williams Thomson: And called your self upcoming


Moses Adekunle: You people asking for Evans’ release are enemies of peace and should all be arrested and prosecuted along with your idol, Evans the kidnapper….

Boyfwend Pedroline: This is very bad. If only these guy knows he is everywhere.😂😂 if I were you I will start running.

Joshua Echiebuke Idibie: I tot you support him at first……. U wanna back off now

Stephen Onyeukwu: If only u knw d problem uve just put urself in…it nw all over d net ……..y nt keep shut ..CU’s day wud be cumin for u

Suleiman Isah S Square: U dont know what u are talking.

Joshua Echiebuke Idibie: I hope you will be at hard rock hotel this Sunday I promise you won’t make it to your house on Monday morning.

Maxi Carter Boss Bro: Congratulations. You are now officially famous

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Court grants man accused of raping eight-year-old girl N0.2m bail

A 57-year-old man, Aminu Ibrahim, who allegedly raped a minor after luring her with N50 and viju milk, was on Thursday granted bail by a Jos Upper Area Court sitting in Kasuwa Nama.

Ibrahim, of Agada Sogai, Jos, was first arraigned on May 6, 2017, on charges bordering on rape and criminal intimidation.

Ibrahim denied committing the offences, but the court ordered his remand and adjourned the case until June 22.


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The offences contravened Sections 282 and 396 of the Penal Code.

The judge, Mr J.Yahaya, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200, 000 and a surety in like sum and adjourned the case until July 21, for continuation of hearing.

When the defendant was docked, the prosecutor, Insp. E.A. Inegbenoise, had told the court that the victim’s mother, Maryam Abdulahi, reported the matter at the Nasarawa Gwom Divisional Police Headquarters on April 26.

Inegbenoise told the court that the mother noticed that her eight-year-old daughter had difficulties walking and asked her what happened which exposed Ibrahim’s crimes.

He said the victim told the mother that the accused person lured her with N50 and a bottle of viju milk after which he took her to his shop and raped her.

He said that after the rape, the accused threatened to kill the victim if she ever mentioned it to anyone.

The prosecutor said that during police investigation, the accused person confessed to having committed the crime.


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2017 Budget Will Aid Private Sector Development – Budget Minister

The Minister of Budget and Planning, Udoma Udo Udoma has said that the 2017 budget will focus on businesses around the private sector.

He said that the budget will create an enabling environment for the private sector to thrive in their business.

“We are focusing on the private sector, we want to create an enabling environment for the private sector”, he stated.

The Minister made this known on Channels Television’s breakfast programme, Sunrise Daily.

He said that the aim of the budget implementation is to get the country out of recession, which he said is by spending.

He explained that 30% of the budget is for capital, which from the allocation over 50% will be infrastructure, roads, railways, power amongst others.

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“These are the things that will get contractors back to work and stimulate the economy, this is actually the target of the budget”.

Private Sector

The minister disclosed that through the Executive Order that was issued by the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo for businesses to be made easier, the private sector has shown a lot of direction, enthusiasm, optimism of support which the government is giving.

He revealed that the Presidential Committee on the aid of easing business has been set up with the Minister of Investment and Trade as part of it, to address the issues that may affect the process.

He added that some issues will be addressed by the government that affects the private sector, such as visas for smooth passage of travelling, port clearance easier and getting a 24 hour service.

“We are focused on getting the economy out of recession, we are focused on making the private sector working again and we are happy that we are achieving it.

The minister expressed optimism on the full implementation of the budget and called on all Nigerians to monitor the process to make it a success.

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Queiroz, from Man Utd enforcer to Mr. World Cup

Carlos Queiroz was once Alex Ferguson’s formidable number two at Manchester United, but he has now carved out a new reputation: the man who can take your team to the World Cup.

Carlos Queiroz

After Queiroz’s Iran became only the second team to qualify for Russia 2018, he is savouring the unique feat of reaching four World Cups with three different teams.

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It’s a record that hasn’t gone unnoticed, with Asian champions Australia reportedly interested in Queiroz’s services once Ange Postecoglou departs next year.

“I feel very proud and honoured with that (World Cup) achievement,” the grizzled Portuguese disclosed by telephone. “Other coaches have qualified four times but not with different teams.”

The former Real Madrid boss has now qualified with South Africa in 2002, Portugal in 2010 — leading them to the last 16 — and now twice with Iran, after he also took them to Brazil 2014.

This month’s 2-0 win over Uzbekistan made Iran the first Asian team to qualify for Russia, clinching top spot in Group A with two games to spare — and without a single goal conceded in 720 minutes of football.

On top of that, Iran, who will now contest back-to-back World Cups for the first time, have been Asia’s number one team in the FIFA rankings for four years, helped by a growing number of players succeeding in Europe.

Walter Winterbottom took England to four successive World Cups starting from 1950, a record that was equalled by West Germany’s Helmut Schon from 1966 to 1978. Oscar Tabarez could also make it four with Uruguay if the South Americans reach Russia.

But nobody has done it with three different countries, apart from Mozambique-born Queiroz.

“To do it with these different countries, cultures and mentalities is at least, unique,” Queiroz said. “Each country has its own challenges, its own strengths and weaknesses.”

– ‘Football animal’ –

The 64-year-old became Iran coach in 2011 and has weathered cultural and logistical difficulties to find success with Team Melli, helped by the talent the country produces and the passion of the fans.

“The fans love the team and the excitement they provide is special,” said Queiroz. “When we play at home the atmosphere is great and there can be 100,000 fans. When we qualified, there were celebrations in Tehran all night.”

Among Queiroz’s players is Reza Ghoochannejhad, who was the second highest goalscorer in the Dutch league in the 2016-2017 season with 20 goals for Heerenveen.

Alireza Jahanbakhsh has also impressed in the Netherlands with AZ Alkmaar, and Karim Ansarifard is with Greek giant Olympiakos.

Then there are two highly-rated young stars in Russia: striker Sardar Azmoun and midfielder Saeid Ezatolahi, with both expected to head to one of the bigger European leagues this summer.

It all adds up to a formidable squad and coaching staff.

“Carlos Queiroz and his colleagues have done so much for Team Melli,” Ali Daei, a legend of Iranian football and former national team coach, told FIFA’s official homepage.

“One of the most important things he’s done is bringing in so many young players and changed the major players of the team.”

Although Queiroz is attracting interest from other federations, he says he hasn’t yet decided whether he will go for a fifth World Cup with a fourth national team.

“I have been coaching for a long time,” said Queiroz, who led Portugal’s U20 team to successive World Cup titles in 1989 and 1991. “I don’t really want to think what happens after the next World Cup.

“If this football animal is still biting me in the stomach then I can continue. I want to feel happy. If I can still make a contribution then maybe.”

First comes the challenge of taking Iran to Russia, and improving on their winless showing in Brazil.

“That is the ambition and starting from now, that is the objective we are working towards,” he said. “With the right preparation then we have the talent to make an impact.”

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Oscar banned for eight matches after sparking mass brawl


Ex-Chelsea midfielder Oscar has been banned for eight games after sparking a mass brawl while playing for Shanghai SIPG in the Chinese Super League.

Oscar, 25, appeared to kick the ball straight at two players from opponents Guangzhou R&F during Sunday’s match, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

The Brazilian was pushed to the ground before players from both sides fought.

Oscar, who joined Shanghai SIPG in a £60m deal in January, was also fined 40,000 Yuan (£4,620).

The incident came in first-half injury time, and Shanghai’s Fu Huan and Guangzhou’s Li Zixiang were sent off for their part in the brawl, but Oscar was not booked.

Fu and Li have received six and five-game bans respectively from the Chinese Football Association, while Guangzhou’s Chen Zhizhao, who pushed Oscar to the floor, has been banned for seven league games.

Shanghai boss Andre Villas-Boas defended Oscar afterwards, saying he was “just being passionate”, and Oscar denied he purposely aimed the ball at Guangzhou players.

“Disrespect the opponent? It is not true. I am a very dedicated player and respect sportsmanship,” Oscar was quoted as saying on the Sina Sports website.

Shanghai are second in the Chinese Super League after 13 of their 30 matches.

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FA ends sponsorships with gambling firms

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The Football Association has ended all of its sponsorships with betting companies, including mutually terminating a long-term Ladbrokes deal.

The decision follows a three-month review into the governing body’s relationship with gambling firms.

The FA says it will continue to share important information with companies to identify suspect betting patterns.

Chief executive Martin Glenn thanked Ladbrokes for its “professionalism and understanding” on the change of policy.

The betting company’s chief executive, Jim Mullen, added: “We understand the FA’s decision regarding their commercial partnerships on gambling.”

Mullen said Ladbrokes would continue to work with the FA “to ensure the integrity and trust of the sport is maintained”.

Football’s relationship with gambling has come under recent scrutiny, with midfielder Joey Barton criticising the FA’s “dependence on betting companies”.

Barton, who said he is addicted to gambling, was banned from football for 18 months after admitting an FA charge in relation to betting.

Reacting to Barton’s ban in April, former Stoke winger Matthew Etherington, who lost £1.5m at the height of his gambling addiction, told BBC Radio 5 live the industry should be better “regulated”.

“It’s very hard and complex, but everyone needs to take a little bit more responsibility – the PFA [Professional Footballers’ Association], the players, the FA and the gambling organisations themselves,” the 35-year-old said.

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 Super Eagles Assistant Coach Yusuf Loses Mum 

By Johnny Edward:

Super Eagles assistant coach Salisu Yusuf has lost his mother Hajia Binta Yusuf, early Thursday morning, reports.

Hajia Binta Yusuf was aged 88, according to a Tweet on the official handle of the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

The cause of her death was however not revealed.

“We regret to announce that our chief coach, Salisu Yusuf lost his mother, Hajia Binta Yusuf, earlier today, (Thursday). She was aged 88,” the tweets reads.

She is expected to be buried later today according to Muslim rites in Zaria, Kaduna State.

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