Kano Pillars striker, Gambo Muhammed, has resumed training after successful surgery from the wounds he got during an armed robbery attack on their way to a league match.
The team was attacked along Abaji-Lokoja road on March 3 on their way to play an away match against Heartland of Owerri.
The spokesperson for Kano Pillars, Idris Malikawa, told journalist that Muhammed trained lightly for about thirty minutes with his teammates at the Sani Abacha Stadium.
“It’s very encouraging to see Gambo Muhammad on the track today,” Mr. Malikawa said. “We wish him quick recovery. He has started light workout based on the directives given to him by the doctor who is looking after him.”
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