Muslim Du’a For Ex Blackstars And Accra Hearts Of Oak Player Slated For Monday

The 40 days funeral du’a for the late Alhaji Abubakar Jawando, an ex black stars and Accra Hearts of Oak player has been slated for Monday 7th March, 2022 at Darkuman in Accra.

Alhaji Abubakar Jawando was part of Blackstars first Xl that beat Romania by 3-1 in 1971.

The galant footballer died on 28th February, 2022 after short illness in Accra.

He is the father of Abdul-Wahab Jawando,head of Sports for Marhaba FM and Gaskia TV in Accra.

The family is inviting all friends and loved ones to the 40 days of the passing away of their father, friend, and mentor.

Below is the profile of the late Alhaji Abubakar Jawando:

Name:Alhaji Abubakar Jawando ( aka Alhaji Inkuku or Wofa)

Father:Alhaji Omaru Jawando

Mother:Hajia Fati Matan Malam Jawando

Date of Birth:4th April,1942

Place of Birth:Old Fadama,Accra

Children:11 (now 8)

Grand Children:17 (now 16)

School Attended:Accra Primary Central Mosque

Middle Sch:Kaneshie Crew Avenue Middle school(1958-1961)

Place of Work:
(a)Worker Brigade No.34856
(b)Armed Forces Volunteer Force No.162569 (3yrs)

*Accra Standfast: 1967-1968
*Accra Hearts of Oak:1968-1970
*Koforidua Eastern Rovers:1970-1971
*Nigeria Kano Pillars:1971-1972
*Swedru Fankobaa:1972-1980
*Blackastars:4th February,1971(Ghana 3-1 Romania)

Starting XI Squard against Romania:

  1. Lante France
    2.Boye Otinkorang
  2. Abubakar Jawando
  3. Sam Amartefio
    5.Joe Dakota
  4. Kwakye
  5. George Alhassan
    9.Joe Adjei
    10.Christian Madus
    11.Prince Amadu

Died:28th February,2022

Adu’a:Monday 7th March,2022

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