Siasia disappointed after the Nation's Cup ouster

The mother of Nigeria’s U-23 team manager, has been reportedly kidnapped by gunmen.  According to Vanguard, the assailants stormed the family residence of the ex international at Odoni community of  Sagama Local Council Area of Bayelsa State and took his mother on a motorcycle in the early hours of today.
“Right now I am confused, from the story I got, three men on motorbike stormed my parents’ house in my village Odoni in Bayelsa State, shot sporadically into the air before taking my old mother away on a bike.
“What do they expect from me? I don’t have money, I am right now on national duty, and need all the time to concentrate on this very important national task. So, I beg them to please release my mother so that I can concentrate on this task of qualifying the U-23 National Team for the men’s football event of the Rio Olympics.” The distressed coach said.
“This is quite disturbing. We are just preparing for a crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying match, and the U-23 boys are already in The Gambia for a pre-Cup of Nationstraining camp. Why this?
“All we can do is to appeal to the kidnappers to free Samson Siasia’s aged mother. Samson is on a critical national assignment presently and the last he needs is this kind of distraction,” Said Pinnick. As at the time of this report, it was revealed that the kidnappers are yet to demand ransom from the family.”  NFF president, Amaju Pinnick wrote on its website.