Lagos - Bnei Yehuda number one goalkeeper, Dele Aiyenugba
has joined other football loving Nigerians to condole with the family of Super
Eagles first choice goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama over the sudden demise of his
Aiyenugba who was Enyeama's team-mate then in Enyimba
International FC and Super Eagles described the death as shocking and wished
the family the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.
Also read: Enyeama pulls out of Tanzania clash
“My sincere condolence goes to my good friend Enyeama over
the bereavement of his mum, I urge him to take heart and continually pray for
her gentle soul to rest in peace,” begins the former Kwara Stars goalie.
“I know it is painful to accept but death is inevitable and
God knows the appointed time for every one of us.
“Though, losing a dear person like a mother is disheartening
and devastating but I pray that God Almighty upholds the families she left
behind,” he said.
He however charged Enyeama to shake off the pains from what
his mum's demise might have brought and face the challenges ahead as “what
cannot be changed must be accepted and lived with,” he concluded.
The 101-cap Enyeama posted a message on his Instagram page
on Wednesday afternoon apologizing to Nigerians but fell short of stating the
reason for his absence from the Tanzania vs Super Eagles match.
It later broke out that the goalkeeper missing out was as a
result of the sudden death of his mum.For
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