Another Nigerian football club, Ekiti United, has suffered a road accident.
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The team bus crashed while carrying players and officials of the club from Ikere-Ekiti to Ado-Ekiti where they had gone for an evening training session.
However, Quozeem Oladapo, the club’s media officer, said the accident was mild.
“After traveling to Lagos on March 8 for the midweek clash with Vandrezzer FC on Wednesday, the team returned to Ado-Ekiti on Thursday night.
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“The team also embarked on the journey to Ilorin on Friday morning for the Saturday clash with Osun United.
“The vehicle returned to Ado-Ekiti on Sunday after Saturday’s Nigeria National League (NNL) match without any fault or hiccup,” he said.
The crash comes after Akwa United suffered similar fate last Friday on their way for a Nigeria Professional Football League clash against Jigawa Golden Stars in Kaduna.
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Also, Wikki Tourists’ bus caught fire on their way to Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital, for a match against Dakkada FC. Kano Pillars suffered same fate on their way to Makurdi, Benue State.