Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Keshi withdrawn his resigning


Keshi is staying on –
Minister …
Report reaching us from
South Africa says the
glorious Super Eagles
handler, Stephen Okechukwu Keshi has
withdrawn his resignation,
after a meeting with the
Minister of Sports, Bolaji
Abdullahi. The immediate past Media
Officer of the Super
Eagles, Colin Udoh, who has
been covering the Africa
Cup of Nations in South
Africa and who this reporter is following on
twitter, made this
revelation through his
twitter accountColin Udoh@ColinUdoh. Stephen Keshi Stephen Keshi Udoh confirmed that Keshi
had indeed resigned, but
that it was verbal and not
written. As soon as the
news went viral, after the
Big Boss told Robert Marawa on South Africa
radio station, Metro FM,
that he had sent in his
resignation after the
celebrations, a series of
emergency meetings were held. In the end, the 51-year-
old made a u-turn and
withdrew his resignation. Udoh tweeted: “After a
meeting with Nigeria‘s
Sports Minister, Stephen
Keshi has withdrawn his
resignation. I have spoken
with Keshi and Sports Minister Bolaji Abdullahi.
Both assure me the issue
has been resolved.” According to Udo, the
Sports Minister insisted
that the national team
chief coach was going
nowhere. ”Keshi is staying
on”, the Minister was quoted to have said. However, NFF President
Aminu Maigari says he was
yet to speak to Keshi
since the news broke out. The Super Eagles are
expected back in the
country today, although
Efe Ambrose and Victor
Moses, have returned to
the UK.

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