Dad used to watch football until Super Eagles almost gave him a heart attack — Sam Ohuabunwa’s daughter

He was involved in many things and as a pharmacist, he climbed the ladder of his career to become the managing director of Pfizer and later he became the founding chairman of Neimeth, a position he occupied till 2011.

~ Punch

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