Former Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi dies at 54

first_img“With thanksgiving to God, the Ogbuenyi Fredrick Keshi family of Illah in Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State, announces the death of Mr. Stephen Okechukwu Chinedu Keshi,” Mr. Ado wrote.“Our son, brother, father, father-in-law, brother-in-law, has gone to be with his wife of 35 years (Nkem ), Mrs. Kate Keshi, who passed on on the 9th December 2015.“Since her death, Keshi has been in mourning. He came back to Nigeria to be with her. He had planned to fly back today Wednesday, before he suffered a cardiac arrest. He has found rest.“Though deeply mourning the shock exit, Mr. Ado said the family remained grateful to God for the life spent by the Big Boss,” he concluded.Details shortly…Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Former Super Eagles captain and coach Stephen Keshi has sadly passed, months after his wife, at the age of 54.The former Super Eagles head coach had lost Kate, his wife of 35 years, to cancer last December.In a statement, family spokesman Emmanuel Ado confirmed Keshi died of cardiac arrest in the early hours of Wednesday.last_img read more

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LETTERKENNY BUSINESS SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR DONEGAL COLLEAGUES WITH MASSIVE CBM SIGNS.IE POSTER

first_imgUnited Healthcare Group, in Letterkenny have shown their support for Donegal stars Eamon McGee and Christy Toye ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC final against Kerry. Management at the business contacted CBM Signs.ie to have a poster made showing their support for their colleagues ahead of the All-Ireland final on Sunday.CBM Signs.ie who specialize in producing all types of signs, banners and posters created a brilliant poster, which portrays the overwhelming support from all the staff at United Healthcare towards their colleagues and both minor and senior Donegal teams. CBM Signs.ie have been inundated with all sorts of requests to design posters, signs and banners for businesses who want to show their pride in the achievements of both Donegal minor and senior panels.CBM Signs themselves are proud to show their support for the Donegal GAA squads, and have kindly and consistently donated to the Donegal GAA training fund.With every purchase of a “UP DONEGAL SAM” sticker, €5 goes towards the Donegal Training Fund.Manager of CBM Signs Bernard Gallagher told Donegal Daily, “We launched the campaign and did a one day special in Ballybofey at the last Donegal meet and greet. “On that day we decided to contribute €10 from every “UP DONEGAL SAM” sticker sold towards the Donegal GAA training fund.“It was a complete sell out in the end up and since then we’ve had a steady stream of supporters looking for all types of signs, banners & crests.“We decided to make the donation to show our support for what the lads have achieved this year.Bernard who credits the incredible success of his business to his wife Emma, says the demand for posters and signs from Donegal fans wanting to show their support has been unbelievable.Bernard added, “As a local Donegal company we feel it is only right that we give back to the County training fund. “As yet again this year they have given the county another great year to remember!“Here’s hoping both teams can win on Sunday, and make it a truly incredible double.“Tir Chonaill Abú!CBM SIGNS are located on the Port Road just across from the LYIT and are open every week day 9:30-6:00pm and Saturday 9:30-4pm. If you want signs, posters or banners – Tel: 074 91 60044 or email [email protected] BUSINESS SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR DONEGAL COLLEAGUES WITH MASSIVE CBM SIGNS.IE POSTER was last modified: September 19th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessCBM Signs.ieFeaturesnewslast_img read more

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