Gov. Uduaghan named Asaba Stadium after Keshi

Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, has named the Asaba Stadium after Stephen Keshi, who led Nigeria to win a third African Cup of Nations title last weekend.

At a reception held at the Asaba International Event Centre, Uduaghan also rewarded Keshi with a sum of 8 million Naira as well as a duplex in the state capital.

Keshi’s assistants, Daniel Amokachi, Sylavnus Okpalla, and Ike Shorunmu got 4m Naira each, while each player got 2.5m naira.

Members of the team who were old and present players of Warri Wolves got N5million. They are AFCON final hero Sunday Mba, Chigozie Agbim, Azuibike Egwekwe, and Nosa Igiebor.

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MTNFootball.com reports that more state governments are in line to fete the team.

One Response to "Gov. Uduaghan named Asaba Stadium after Keshi"

  1. Kings William via Facebook   February 16, 2013 at 8:09 am

    Wow! Thats a good one. Thank you for naming the stadium after him.

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