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Stephen Keshi 'My dad had no health issues' son of former Super Eagles coach says

Keshi's son expressed shock over the death of his father and revealed that he didn’t have any major health issue.

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Son of former Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi speaks on death of his father

One of the children of former Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has reacted to his death claiming that his dad never had any health issues.

Obinna Nsofor, Stephen Keshi Jnr and NFF General Secretary, Dr Mohammed Sanusi play Former Super Eagles forward, Obinna Nsofor, Stephen Keshi Jnr and NFF General Secretary, Dr Mohammed Sanusi during Keshi's visit to the Glass House in Abuja Wednesday (Thisday)

 

Keshi who won two African Cup of Nations twice with Nigeria- one as a player and the other as a coach- passed away in the early hours of Wednesday, June 8, 2016 in Benin City, Edo State.

Stephen Keshi play Stephen Keshi died last week from reported cardiac arrest (Punch)

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His children have arrived the country and Stephen Keshi Jnr expressed shock over the death of his father and revealed that he didn’t have any major health issue.

"I spoke to him shortly before he died and he didn’t have any major health issues, “ Keshi Jnr who works as an event promoter in Atlanta, Georgia told the NFF media team

Stephen Keshi Jnr. play Keshi's son says his dad never had major health issues (Youtube/NFF)

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He also revealed they are trying to remain calm and composed as their father would want them to.

We’re just trying to remain calm. My dad did not like sadness at all, He hated sadness with a passion,” he added.

We are working out the burial plans right now witt the Federal government, Delta State and Edo State.

Describing his dad, Keshi Jnr said; “My dad was everything to me. Mentor, teacher, coach dad. He was always there for us. God first for him and family second. He was very courageous, composed and loving.”

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