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Tears as Nasarawa footballer Jonah dies on field

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Nasarawa footballer Jonah dies on field

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For the friends and fans of a football player identified simply as Jonah, it has been a tragic week as they mourn his death in Angwa-Ali community in the Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

 

Jonah slumped and died while playing on the field last weekend, and his friends and fans, who took to social media to mourn him, said he would be sorely missed.

One Okefu Abraham, who took to his Facebook page to mourn Jonah, said, “Rest in peace… A friend who turns brother… Akwanga will miss u, the Depot football team will miss u, Angwa-Ali will miss u but I will miss u more.”

Another friend, Gomma Leonard, also wrote on his Facebook page, “My buddy, my aboki, my brother you promised me to perform with me at the studio if I come home this time.  Is that the promise we made buddy, why did you leave me, why so soon buddy? We have been planning to make it in life since primary school up till now but why aboki you leave me with sadness, but wish you dey.  God knows why he called you but you are still in my heart buddy, never forget you are no more in body but we’re together in spirit brother missed you, heartbreaking to me buddy.”

A Facebook user, Isaac Luka, noted that the death of the deceased had shocked the community.

He said, “What a sad Reality to lose a young and energetic guy. He died when playing a football match on the field. Jonah may your soul rest in peace… Angwan Ali Lafia Road Akwanga is in sad moment. Your death has shocked the whole youths.”

One of his friends, Jacob Gideon, said, “Indeed this is sad news to the entire Angwan Ali community most especially the youth kigbu, Jonah rest in peace with the Lord.”


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