CAF Doping Officer Slumps And Dies After Chaos At MKO Abiola Stadium Following A 1-1 Draw With Ghana

The Confederation of African Football’s doping officer for Nigeria vs Ghana 2022 World Cup second leg play-off at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Dr. Joseph Kabungo, has died in Abuja.

It was gathered that the Zambian doctor slumped and died following the chaos at the National Stadium in Abuja after the Super Eagles lost to the Ghana Black Stars with away goals, losing their spot in the 2022 World Cup.

The British-Nigerian journalist, Osasu Obayiuwana, confirmed the sad news, stating that Kabungo suddenly collapsed and died.

“Sad news: I understand that an official for the @NGSuperEagles vs @GhanaBlackstars match (not a referee or assistant referee) died in #Abuja today.

“His name is Dr. Joseph Kabungo from Zambia. He was on duty as a Doping officer. He collapsed suddenly and died. The cause of death is not confirmed yet. His family, the Zambia FA, and the government of Zambia have been duly informed.

“If the death of #Zambian doctor Dr. Joseph Kabungo at the #Abuja stadium was caused by being attacked by the #Nigerian fans who invaded the pitch after the @NGSuperEagles lost the @FIFAWorldCup ticket to @GhanaBlackstars, @thenff would be in terrible trouble with @FIFAcom.” Osasu Obayiuwana tweeted.


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