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Ghana Versus Super Eagles: CAF Official Dies Following Stampede After Game in Abuja

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Following the violence that erupted after the Ghana versus Nigeria game in Abuja, Dr Joseph Kabungo was CAF’s Doping Officer for the second leg of the World Cup play-off between the West African rivals, has died.

The Black Stars of Ghana drew 1-1 with the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the Moshood Abiola stadium to qualify for the tournament in Qatar.

The Confederation of African Football’s Doping Officer for the game between Ghana and Nigeria, Dr Joseph Kabungo, died after violence erupted at the end of the match in Abuja.

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Dr Joseph Kabungo, a Zambian medical practitioner, is reported to have lost consciousness after he was beaten and stepped on as fans tried to make their way out of the stadium due to stampede.

In a post on Twitter by British-Nigerian journalist, Osasu Obayiuwana, his death was confirmed after he was rushed to the hospital.

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