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Inkuku, Formal Ghanaian Footballer Passes On

Former Ghanaian footballer Abubakar Jawando, also known as Inkuku, has died, according to Ghnewsfile’s report.

On Monday, February 28, 2022, Jawando, 70, died in Accra after a brief illness.

He is survived by eight children, including Abdul-Wahab Jawando, Marhaba FM and Gaskia TV’s head of sports, and 17 grandkids.

In addition to the Workers Brigade and the Armed Forces Volunteer Force, the former defender worked for the Workers Brigade and the Armed Forces Volunteer Force.

Accra Standfast (1967-1968), Accra Hearts of Oak (1968-1970), Koforidua Eastern Rovers (1970-1971), and Swedru Fankobaa (1972 – 1980) were among his Ghanaian clubs.

Between 1971 and 1972, Jawando played for the Nigerian Kano Pillars for a brief period.

In a friendly against Romania in 1971, he was a part of the Black Stars, who won 3-1.

The following is the starting XI for Ghana’s 1971 match against Romania, which included Jawando:

Late France

Boye Otinkorang

Abubakar Jawando

Sam Amartefio

Joe Dakota



George Alhassan

Joe Adjei

Christian Madras

Prince Amadu

On Monday, March 7, the late Jawando’s last funeral ceremonies will be held at his home in Dansoman, Accra.

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