Read About The FIFA doctor that died after Nigeria-Ghana World Cup qualifier


A FIFA doctor passed away on Tuesday following the qualifier game for the Qatar World Cup between Nigeria and Ghana which was which was played within Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja. Nigerian capital city, Abuja and after suffering an attack of the heart, reported by Zambia Football Association ( FACE).

Doctor. Joseph Kabungo was a Zambian doctor who was at the game as an anti-doping official. Kabungo was medical doctor for two organizations: the Confederation of African Football (CAF) as well as the body that governs world soccer (FIFA).

A statement from the Nigerian Football Association said Kabungo’s cause of death was due to a heart attack, disproving reports of beatings to death by fans after protests at the stadium following the game. “That’s an untruth the cause of death was an unexpected heart attack,” they pronounced their verdict from Nigeria.

The furious Nigerian fans swarmed over the field after their rivals Ghana won the World Cup ticket at the expense of the Super Eagles’ who blasted stands as well as a portion on the ground.

It was Arsenal’s Thomas Partey opened the scoring in the 10th minute of Ghana before William Troost Ekong leveled the score in the penalty area But the Ghanaians utilized twice the amount of away goals in order to earn their spot in Qatar at the end of the year.

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