Lagos - Former Nasarawa United coach, Kadiri Ikhana has said
he is strengthened to stay longer in the domestic league scene by the loss of the
Kano Pillars coaching job, SuperSport reports.
The former Nigerian star lost the plum job at the Pyramid
City side to the immediate past coach of Enugu Rangers, Okey Emordi.
Ikhana resigned from Nasarawa United in October after
helping the club escape relegation from the Glo Nigerian Premier League. His position
has been taken over by former Kano Pillars Technical Adviser, Mohammed Baba
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