Lagos - Former Kano Pillars coach Mohammed Baba Ganaru was
not available to complete the contract signing at Nasarawa United, but chairman
of the side Isaac Danladi said the Glo Nigerian Premier League champion is
already an employee of the Lafia club, reports Supersport.
Ganaru complained about ill-treatment from top management of
Pillars which was the reason for his exit. Pillars have however denied report
of parting ways with the coach.
Danladi added that Ganaru will arrive Nasarawa United during
the week as he is sorting out personal issues in Maiduguri.
Ganaru will replace Kadiri Ikhana who led Nasarawa United to
survive relegation before resigning on October 20.
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