Youth and Sports activities Improvement Minister Mr. Sunday Dare has expressed deep shock over the dying of athletics coach Adu Uruemu, describing it as an enormous loss to Nigeria and the atheletics household.
In keeping with Dare, “I obtained the information of the dying of Adu with nice shock and ache. He was so dedicated to the event of notable athletes and his dying has left a giant vacuum that may be troublesome to fill. My condolences goes to his household and daughter. Could his soul relaxation in peace”.
In her tribute, Mrs Maria Worphil stated his dying could be very unhappy and an enormous loss to athletics.”Adu’s dying could be very unhappy, however we can not query God. He was such a devoted, dependable and arranged coach. He was additionally a gentleman. We will miss him, however God is aware of finest.
Mary Onyali described him as a grassroot coach who was answerable for the invention of so many abilities like U.S based mostly Ruth Usoro. “His dying is a giant setback for athletics as a result of he was such a loyal and reliable particular person. I’m personally saddened by his dying as a result of he was so devoted to athletics.”
Secretary Common of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria Niyi Beyioku stated, “Unhappy and unlucky for athletics. He was such an influencial coach amongst the athletes. Could God grant him everlasting relaxation.”
Leonie Etong from Cameroun stated ” We’ve misplaced a gem. Could God Almighty grant him everlasting relaxation and be with the household he left behind.”
Cassien Ntahimpera from Burundi stated, “Adu, our pal simply left us. It’s actually unhappy. He was a dynamic, brave and arranged man. On behalf of the Affiliation of Burudian Veteran Athletes, and AFM particularly, we provide our honest condolences to the household.”
Earlier than his dying, Adu was the Head Coach of the Enviornment Athletics Academy , Chairman of the Africa Masters Athletics. He had additionally labored as a coach with the Plateau State Sports activities Council.
He was born on third August 1965.