Fidau prayer to hold for late Nigerian coach

Fidau prayer is done for a deceased after some days of the death according to Islamic rites.

Amodu Shuaibu

Four time Super Eagles coach, Amodu died on Saturday, June 11 after complaining of chest pains the previous night. He was buried that same day.

His family has announced that the eighth day fidau prayer for him will take place at his Lagos home - 41b, Adegoke Street, off Alhaji Masha Street, Surulere, Lagos starting from 10am on Saturday.

Fidau prayer is done for a deceased after some days of the death according to Islamic rites.

In another related news, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has reacted to claims by Amodu’s family that the late coach was owed seven months salary.

General Secretary of the NFF, Mohammed Sanusi clarified that the late coach was owed for just two months.

Amodu's family will be paid the amount, the NFF also confirmed.

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