The striker reportedly died of thypoid.
Ogaga, who joined Shooting Stars mid season last year, reportedly
died on Wednesday morning in Ogbomosho on the way to Kano where his
family was taking him for further medication. The striker reportedly
died of typhoid fever.
Shooting Stars, who currently face relegation as they are rooted
bottom of the league table with just three matches left this season,
recently offset the medical bills of Ogaga who was initially receiving treatment at a
private clinic in Ibadan.
An indegene of Edo State, Ogaga grew up in Northern Nigeria where he
played for top sides like Kano Pillars and Jigawa United.
He was recruited to Shooting Stars by erstwhile General Manager, Mutiu Adepoju.
In a chat with PREMIUM TIMES, one of Ogaga’s teammates, Thomas
Adesina, said he was shocked about the death.
“I am shocked, I never knew it was something this serious, we will
miss him a big deal in Ibadan,” Adesina said.
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