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Keshi denies operating a Facebook account

05 September 2014, 12:21Israel Ojoko

Calabar - Super Eagles Coach Stephen Keshi has raised a fresh alarm about some impostors who have been using his name on Facebook pretending to be Stephen Okechukwu Keshi.

“I have heard about people posing as Keshi on Facebook and I want to say because of this type of activities by deviants, I never set up a Facebook account.

He continued: “I don’t have a Facebook account, but I have my email and phones which is even restricted because people will be looking for ways to use this new wave of technology to dupe people.”

“I call on relevant security authorities to put a stop to those parading themselves as Stephen Keshi on Facebook.”

Also read: Keshi: Why I leave out Ike Uche

Nigeria will host Congo on Saturday in a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar.

Five days later, Keshi will lead the team to Cape Town for another 2015 AFCON qualifier against
South Africa.

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