The Port Harcourt side has sent a get well message to their Kano counterparts over the car accident which injured coaches of the team last week
Dolphins General Manager, Dumbo Awanen says the club shares the pain of Kano Pillars after a motor accident left members of their technical crew hospitalized.
“The news came to us as a surprise and I can tell you we were all shocked at what we heard.
“You know we travel these roads ourselves and whenever we arrive safely we thank God for journey mercies,” Awanen said.
“It is unfortunate, the life that was lost and we pray God grants his family the fortitude to bear the loss.
“For Kano Pillars we believe they will soon put this encounter behind them and continue to face their business of playing football.
“We wish the coaches who were hospitalized quick recovery,” Awanen prayed.
The accident, which occurred on Thursday afternoon at Gangarida in Ikara LGA of Kaduna State, was caused by a burst tyre which also resulted in the death of a roadside mechanic.
Pillars technical adviser Baba Ganaru, coach Abdu Maikaba and assistant coach Kabiru Baleria were all seriously injured.