It’s precisely one week after Head of Protocol for Nigeria Football Federation, NFF Ibrahim Abubakar was brutally shot dead in his house located within Kado Estate Gwarimpa, Abuja.
Ibro, as he was fondly called, was said to have been invaded by some hoodlums believed to be Gunmen who shot him severally on his head leading to death.
While some are of the view that the killing of NFF senior official would have been masterminded by his close associate or relation, many others have kept wondering why a sports administrator who departed office hale and hearty the previous day was found in his pool of blood hours later.
His neighbours are said to be discussing in low tones that the late Abubakar screamed: “You People again, You People again,” before he breathed his last.
Upon hearing the gruesome death of Abubakar who many described as a gentleman per excellence, FCT Commissioner of Police Wilson Inalegwu stormed the scene of the incidence and after seeing things himself vowed to finish out culprits and spare no effort in bring them to justice.
Again, there have been calls by both NFF hierarchy, football stakeholders including FCT chapter and National body of Sports Writers Association, SWAN for Security agencies to not only arrest the culprits but also make them public.
However, days after the incident, no information has been provided on whether any suspect has been arrested or not.
When Nigerian Pilot Sports visited FCT Police command headquarters, FCT Police Public Relations Officer, Angujuri Manzah was evasive when asked whether any arrest has been made. He also didn’t give insight on the volume of efforts made to apprehend the killers.
“Investigations are still ongoing and there is no need to pre-empt the outcome. Our men are still at work and they are not relenting,” quipped Manzah.
Meanwhile, the management of the country’s football house is yet to announce if there has been any compensation already made to the family of their late senior management staff.
The late Abubakar was shot dead in his house in Abuja in the early hours of Wednesday, January 6, 2016 by gunmen who did not take anything away from the house.

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