Super Eagles Legend, Kanu Nwankwo Buries His Mother In Grand Style


Super Eagles Legend, Kanu Nwankwo Buries His Mother In Grand Style Kanu Nwankwo

Retired Super Eagles striker, Nwankwo Kanu, a.k.a Papillo, who captained the Nigerian national team for 16 years from 1994 until 2010, on Saturday, December 3rd, buried his late mother, Susan Nwannediya Kanu at his home-town, Amannagwu village in Arochukwu LGA, Abia State. 

Recall that the mother of the Nigerian football legend, had died on Sept. 7th, aged 82 years old. 

Her remains arrived Arochukwu on Friday Dec. 3, 2016 for service of songs at her residence Amannagwu, Arochukwu, while funeral service was held by 10:00am at the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria Amannagwu. 

May her soul rest in perfect peace.

See more photos from her burial below;


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