FIFA representative killed after Ghana-Nigeria match riots

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The Zambian Football Association announced the killing of a representative of the International Football Association “FIFA” and the Confederation of African Football “CAF”, against the background of the events of the Nigeria-Ghana match.

The end of the Nigeria-Ghana match on Tuesday witnessed chaos in the second leg of the decisive round of the World Cup qualifiers, which ended in a 1-1 draw, and resulted in the Ghanaian team qualifying for the World Cup.

The Zambian Football Association announced the killing of Doctor Kabongo, who works for the International Football Association and was representing him, as well as Kaf in the Nigeria-Ghana match.

The doctor died after severe injuries from the fans who stormed the stadium, before the police entered the stadium, and the crowd was dispersed with tear gas.

Andrew Kamanga, president of the Zambian Football Association, confirmed that they are waiting for the full report from FIFA as well as FIFA to find out exactly what happened before going into any further matters in this regard.

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