Contrary to reports that Uche Okafor, a former Super Eagles' defender who played in two Nigerian World Cup teams and played for the Kansas City Wizards... (3) Comment
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moses 6 wien, austria May 06, 2011
His family cry from here to tommorrow the U.S government have make is report nigeria is falling state the all world know this do you are many people die every day in nigeria which the government of nigeria do not talk about as long you as nigeria living alway from home you die in oversea there government do not care for you our country nigeria is falling state if the all nigeria is better the world we respect you is like poor man die in the house of rich man the rich man we not care for the poor man i am sorry for is die may is soul rest in peace l hope when is coming to the world again may him not come as nigeria
Egwuche Lawrence Anyigba, Nigeria Anyigba, Nigeria January 14, 2011
The Uche family should ensure that a comprehensive investigation is carried out to support their claim that he (Uche Okafor) did not kill himself as speculated on internet and other media channels. Because it is highly primitive to hear that such an asset died, taking his own dear life. What could be responsible?
However, it is my earnest prayer that God gives the entire Uche family the furtitude to bear the huge loss.
Stanley Ndubuisi Eze Port Harcourt, Nigeria January 11, 2011
Let the family try their best to let the public know the truth.