Lawyer to the late Yekini, Jubril Mohammed, informed SCORENigeria
this was the latest decision on the property of the late football star.
“The older daughter has completed her studies in England and it is
her idea to convert the property to a museum,” Mohammed told
“The two daughters are both emotionally attached to the house and would rather put it to better use.
“The older one now plans to relocate to Nigeria and start work on the project.”
It is expected that the proposed museum will house the many treasured
memorabilia of the one-time African Footballer of the Year.
There was an earlier proposal to lease the property, which is a twin
duplex in Ibadan not far from Ring Road in Ibadan, to a school, but that
has since been dropped amid pressure from other family members to sell
it and the proceeds shared to relatives.
This post is about what happened in a typical middle-class household. The son didn’t like living in his father’s house. This was because of his father’s constant ‘nagging’;
“You are leaving the room without switching off the fan”
“The TV is on in the room where there is no one. Switch it off!”
“Keep the pen in the stand; it is fallen down”
He had to tolerate these things till yesterday since he was with them in the same house.
But today, however, he had an invitation for a job interview.
“As soon as I get the job, I should leave this town. There won’t be...