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Sunday, July 31, 2016

NFF's Pinnick Explains Why He Missed Stephen Keshi's Burial.

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, has claimed that he missed the burial of former Super Eagles captain and coach, Stephen Keshi, because he was unwell.



Keshi was buried in his home town in Illah, Delta State on Friday, with some key dignitaries from the football house missing.
Pinnick is one of the officials that has come under criticisms, but he insists that he was very involved with the arrangements and only missed the burial because of sickness.

“It’s really sad the way we just use extreme languages. Right from the moment he passed, I have been actively involved greatly,” Pinnick wrote in response to a jibe on Twitter.

“I followed the motorcade from the morgue to the church in Benin. I was at the service throughout. I followed the motorcade to the stadium. I was there again throughout again.
“I did a two and half hour journey to Asaba. I did the entire programme with them. I had a private meeting with the family to reappraise plans.

“I woke the next morning unwell, threw up. On my way to Illah, I was struggling but had to reverse immediately, I got a member to leave Port Harcourt to attend which he did.


“You people should kindly find out the role I and the NFF played from his death to date.”
dailypost reportage.


*Get well soon Pinnick.




31 comments:

  1. He have no excuse to give to Nigerians and Keshi's family

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    1. I repeat it! Sunday Oliseh is the smartest of them all. He didn't fall sick when FIFA president came o.
      Oliseh took Ben Johnson from them, Osondu agwu ike, Nna gbaba o, enekwana anya n'azu. Ndi ajo obi. Killers.

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    2. Akuko Mike Ejeagha,Ina akolu ewu Hausa....

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  2. Abi na him kill am.culturally killers don't attend victims burial

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  3. He shouldn't have bother explaining himself to people that will always have things to say no matter what one does. Wishing a quick recovery.

    Rip Keshi...

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  4. We have heard u sir. Quick recovery.

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  5. The man say he no well, it won't be good for him to die join the already dead na. Abi?

    Nigerians and their criticism.

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    1. Lol abi ooo Sisi. So this is the amaju pinnick whose name is all over NGLBlog kikikikiki. He is fine sha...

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  6. Get well? This sycophant is not sick at all!!! Saw him dis weekend in lagos cruising around his exotic car, if there's no financial gain you don't see him anywhere but he should remember that death is transient. NFF is not a permanent position Mr Pinick you'll be treated worst market my word
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    1. Mark my words* thank me tomorrow

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    2. Yes o o bitter anonymous we will market your word like you asked us to do.

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    3. Where exactly would you like me to market your words? Is alaba market ok? Or maybe Idumota?

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  7. Okay Oga , get well soon! But when FIFA president visited, you were 100% fit!

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  8. Lies,lies, Lies... NFF is not just made up of Pinnik alone. It's a board made up of a number of people. So was he the only one that was suppose to have attended. NFF should have sent a delegation and he couldn't even mention the name of the member that represented him. Bloody liar..... May God punish you all for trying to insult our intelligence.

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  9. Lies,lies, Lies... NFF is not just made up of Pinnik alone. It's a board made up of a number of people. So was he the only one that was suppose to have attended. NFF should have sent a delegation and he couldn't even mention the name of the member that represented him. Bloody liar..... May God punish you all for trying to insult our intelligence.

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  10. Amaju is a very restless selfish man that don't have respect for anybody except those he's looking to gain something from, can't imagine how he'll cope when finally out of NFF as president... shame on you for not honouring Keshi!!!!

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  11. Amaju shoot that your smelling loose mouth before thunder fire you... he's not sick saw him on Friday.. liar!!!

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  12. All I can say is that your turn will come and you will never be honor! Remember today's date Amaju

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  13. A shame he didn't attend the burial

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  14. Hmmm. Most people that have anything to do with another's death dont usually attend the burials of the victims. Especially if they have not fortified themselves to prepare for it.
    Hmmm

    *just musing out loud.

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    1. In otherwords , Amaju killed him Abi?

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  15. If na FIFA president come ,e go well.

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  16. Who nor know Amaju go believe. He only deals where things are happening.

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  17. Mr Amaju you should have honour him and attend because we all at every point need moral support without any political or financial gain

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    1. Very profound!!!!

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  18. What will Amaju gain from the burial? nigga is not wired like that you only see him where he's trying to chase money.. he only make fair weather friends, friends with benefit, people him alone can gain from not other way round.... Continue to rest in peace Keshi

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