Monday, 22 October 2012

Peter Rufai is Back In Action 3 Days after He Rose From The Dead

Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Peter Rufai sensationally returned to football ‘action’ yesterday nearly 48 hours after he was discharged from hospital following Monday night’s scary incident when he reportedly slumped in his office and was rushed to Toki Hospital off Adeniran Ogunsanya street in Surulere,Lagos.Rufai made an unexpected appearance yesterday morning at the Obafemi Awolowo stadium (formerly Liberty Stadium),along Ring Road in Ibadan to supervise the on-going Nesstle Milo Football Clinic.
Complete Sports was informed by Ralph Chidozie George,a journalist from the venue of the football clinic that did not show any sign of a man who flirted with death a few days earlier as he took a near active part in the clinic.
‘Rufai made an unexpected appearance here today (yesterday) to take charge of his pet project,the Nesstle Milo Football Clinic.He didn’t show any sign of a man who was reported to have slipped into coma moments after he slumped in his office on Monday night.We were pleasantly surprised when he arrived and decided to be a part of the clinic.Many people here expected him to just take a sit somwhere and watch proceedings but he instead got fully involved’’,revealed the former Brila FM man.
Rufai’s brother, Bruce, later confirmed to us that the former Nigerian goalkeeper indeed arrived Ibadan on Thursday for the Football Clinic.
“Yes, my brother (Peter Rufai) arrived Ibadan today (yesterday) for the Milo Clinic”,Bruce said.
The football clinic starts at and ends at 3pm each day.It will come to a close tomorrow at the same venue.

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