Posted by News Express | 16 January 2016 | 3,913 times
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has described the death of Kate Keshi, wife of former Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi as ‘a loss to the football community in Nigeria.’
Mrs Keshi, who died in December 2015 of cancer in America, was survived by her husband and five children.
Mr Frank Ilaboya, Chairman, Edo Football Association, made the remark on Friday in Benin at the burial of the late Mrs Keshi.
Ilaboya, who represented the NFF at the occasion, prayed God to grant Stephen Keshi and the family the strength to bear the loss.
“We pray God to strengthen coach Keshi to move on with his career.”
In his tribute, former Super Eagles Head Coach, Shuaibu Amodu, described the deceased as ‘a sister, friend and mother.’
He said that the late Kate always called to encourage him and Stephen when they had challenges during their days in the national team.
Stephen Keshi described his late wife as `a unique person every man would love to have.’
He thanked Nigerians for the love, sympathy and prayers for the family when his wife passed on. (NAN)
•Photo shows Coach Stephen Keshi.
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