The Commissioner of Police, Federal Capital Territory, Wilson Inalegwu yesterday vowed that the Police would fish out the killers of the Head of Protocol of Nigeria Football Federation, Alh. Ibrahim Abubakar.
Abubakar was killed by unknown gunmen in his house on Oluwunmi Crescent, Kado Estate, Abuja in the early hours of Wednesday.
CP Inalegwu arrived at the house at 8.20am, and after inspecting the scene of the incident and the environment, said the Police would do everything to nab those who took Abubakar’s life.
At the burial in Kaduna, NFF General Secretary, Dr. Sanusi in company with a delegation that included Ademola Olajire (AD, Communications), Tunde Aderibigbe (SA to President), Dr. Christian Emeruwa (SA to GS), Okey Obi (Chief Legal Officer), Dr. Robinson Okosun, Nasiru Jibril (PA to President), Enebi Achor, Emmanuel Ayanbunmi, Paul Okwudolor, Joshua Onoja, Aliyu Ibrahim and Magaji Abdullahi, met with the parents of the late Ibrahim and offered prayers for the repose of his soul.
There were also former NFF General Secretary, Barr. Musa Amadu, Kaduna State FA chairman Abdulkadir Magaji, former NRA President Ahmed Muade and former Super Eagles’ captain Garba Lawal.
From overseas came condolence messages from players of the Senior National Team, Super les. Eagles captain Ahmed Musa, former Captain Vincent Enyeama, defender Elderson Echiejile, midfielder Ogenyi Onazi and forwards Obafemi Martins and Odion Ighalo sent in words of condolence.

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