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Abia Warriors petition Kano Pillars, set to prosecute Enaholo over alleged forgery

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Joshua Enaholo of Nigeria in action during the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 Round of 16 match between Germany and Nigeria at Christchurch Stadium on June 11, 2015 in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Photo by Jamie McDonald – FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Abia Warriors Football Club of Umuahia has petitioned the management of the Kano Pillars Football Club of Kano over alleged unprofessional attitude by one of their players, Joshua Enaholo, “who is hibernating in the club, instead of resuming with his colleagues in Umuahia.”

In a letter to Kano Pillars’ management signed by the Club’s Sporting Director, Mr. Patrick Ngwaogu, the Umuahia-based team accused Kano Pillars of exhibiting “unlawful and unprofessional attitude by keeping Joshua Enaholo in their camp, which has hindered him from resuming with his colleagues since the club’s official resumption date.”

Abia Warriors cautioned Kano Pillars to avoid using any falsified document to register the player, adding, that they had completed plans to prosecute Enaholo for “forgery of its official documents, which is a criminal offense punishable under the relevant laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.” 

Abia Warriors last week declared the former junior international missing following his absence from their Umuahia camp, which opened on August 5.


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