Released official statement from the office of the Vice President on the death of Amodu

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The office of the Vice President released a statement on the death of former Super Eagles coach and NFF technical adviser Amodu Shuaibu who passed away Saturday morning and has since been buried according to Muslim rites. 
“The news of the death of the Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Federation and former coach of the Super Eagles, Amodu Shaibu, in his sleep last night shocks our Nation.
Read the rest of the statement after the cut…

Coming just four days after the death of former player and coach, Stephen Keshi, Nigeria has lost yet another dedicated public servant who worked tirelessly to bring honor to our country. He led the national team to two World Cup Tournaments and answered the call to serve as National Coach on a number of occasions. 

In deed his life was dedicated to finding and grooming some of Nigeria’s best soccer talents and providing them the leadership and guidance that enabled them to excel.

Amodu Shaibu’s work as National Coach of Nigeria’s national team brough gladness to the nation and fulfillment to many. His legacy is secured in the memories of Nigerians who will forever recall the exploits his teams recorded across the African continent and around the world. 

His dutiful service spanned many years and our country is grateful for his selflessness and immense contributions. Though the nation is pained at his death, we take solace in the joyful memories he left behind. 

On behalf of the people and government of Nigeria, I wish to express our sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Amodu Shaibu on this loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. 

We pray for God’s consolation”. 

Prof. Yemi Osinbajo,
SAN Vice President
Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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