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Keshi’s late wife begins final journey home

14 January 2016, 14:04Israel Ojoko

Lagos - The late wife of Stephen Keshi, Kate, will begin her final journey home as the burial programme commences Thursday.

Kate Keshi (nee Abureme), 54, lost her three-year-long fight against cancer on 9 December, 2015.

Service of songs will hold on Thursday (today) at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Benin City, Edo State, before she will be finally laid to rest on Friday, January 15.

Also read: Former Super Eagles coach Keshi loses wife

Friends and families of the late Kate Keshi will also hold a farewell programme for her on the same Friday.

She is survived by her husband of 33 years, 4 children, her mother, brother, sisters and numerous relatives.

Stephen Keshi coached Nigeria to win its third Africa Cup of Nations trophy in 2013, and also led the team to a Round of 16 finish at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

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