Kano Pillars Fc has condoled David Ebuka and his family over the death of his senior brother, Kelvin Odinegbo who died yesterday.
In a signed statement made available to Stallion Times by Pillars Fc Media officer, Rilwanu Idris Malikawa, said the management and players as well as fans were shocked when they heard the news of the sadden death of Ebuka’s brother.
According to the statement, the club chairman, Alhaji surajo shaaibu Yahaya jambul, management, players and technical crew commiserates with David Ebuka and his family for the great loss and urged them to take heart.
The sad news of late Kelvin Odinegbo broke in the camp of sai masu gida thirty minutes to the kick off match day 25 between Kano Pillars Fc and Enyimba Int’l Fc yesterday in the ongoing 2020/2021 Npfl season at Ahmadu Bello Stadium Kaduna which leads David Ebuka to be out of the match.
Malikawa said the technical crew of the team have given Ebuka one week break and urged him to take heart and remember that death is in evitable. Sympathized