Just In: Sulley Muntari’s mother passes on (Details)

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Ghanaian footballer, Sulley Muntari’s mom is dead, news coming to the newsmen says that his mom was sick a few months prior.

As per a report by Ghanasoccernet, she kicked the bucket on Sunday, May 30, 2021, subsequent to fighting a short sickness.

The late Hajia Kande was exceptionally steady of her children, Sulley Muntari and Muniru Sulley, who are the two footballers. Hajia Kande was purportedly raced to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra where she tragically didn’t make it.

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As a matter of fact, she was conceded to the Emergency Ward of the medical clinic however minutes from that point, she was articulated dead.

Per reports, the family are getting ready to get the collection of Hajia Kande and let her go as per the Islam custom of entombment. Hajia Kande is affectionately associated with standing firmly behind his child, Sulley Ali Muntari following happenings at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. She freely protected her child when he chose to blacklist the Black Stars somewhere in the range of 2013 and 2014.

Hajia Kande is supposed to be in her 50s. Sullye Muntari lost his dad, Alhaji Muniru Muntari in 2017 and has now lost her mom, Hajia Kande. A few games writers took to web-based media to comfort the Muntari family following the passing of their mom.

Angel TV’s Saddick Adams composed on Twitter: “Sympathies to Sulley Muntari and family on the deficiency of his mum Hajia Kande.”

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Joy FM’s Gary Al-Smith additionally said: “Miserable to know about the death of Sulley Muntari’s mum. Sympathies to the family.”

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Meanwhile, the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) additionally mourned with the dispossessed family.

Sulley“The @PFAGofficial is disheartened to know about the death of the mother of Sulley Muntari. We hold you close in our considerations and expectation you realize you can incline toward us for whatever you may require. True sympathies.”

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