Salisu Muhammad, Nigerian footballer, allegedly kills own coach Mujitapha Musa in Kano

Salisu Muhammad, Nigerian footballer, allegedly kills own coach Mujitapha Musa in Kano

- Salisu Muhammad, a Nigerian footballer, has reportedly killed his own coach in Kano

- Muhammad allegedly stabbed coach Mujitapha Musa on the chest after a row

- He is currently with the police in Kano state and Salisu is expected to be charged to court

Nigerian footballer identified as Salisu Muhammad has allegedly killed his own coach known as Mujitapha Musa in Kano state over serious football argument which took the life of the latter.

The problem between Salisu Muhammad and Musa started six months ago at Kano based local football side in Yakasai quarters.

Salisu Mustapha made a mistake in his club's match against their opponent which led to a defeat for his side.

According to the report on Daily Trust, the match was a must win tie for Mustapha's side, and his mistake got coach Musa angry.

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The report added that the player claimed that the deceased abused his parents which forced him to leave the club and joined their opponent out of annoyance.

And ever since he left, he has been opposing his former team in all their matches according to the statement he made which was revealed by Police spokesperson, DSP Haruna Abdullahi.

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On the day coach Musa was reported to have been killed, the player explained that the deceased saw and slapped him thereby harassing him publicly.

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Out of anger, Salisu Muhammad pulled out a knife and stabbed the coach on the chest which sent him to early grave as he died while he was been rushed to the hospital.

Meanwhile, Salisu Muhammad is still with the police in Kano and he is expected to be charged to court for murder.

Previously, Legit.ng had reported how former Flying Eagles and Stationery Stores of Lagos defender Collins Ebitimi died after illness.

The 54-year-old who was a legend as far as Nigerian Professional Football League is concerned was said to have slumped in front of his house in Ikorodu, Lagos on Wednesday, September 26, 2018.

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Source: Legit.ng

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