Japanese surgeon Katsuya Takasu has expressed his displeasure with Nigerian officials over their “grumblings” about the $390,000 donations he made to the country’s U-23 Men’s National Team at the just concluded Rio 2016 Olympics.
The Japanese flew all the way to Brazil to hand cheques to coach Ssamson Siasia and John Obi Mikel after they won soccer bronze at the Olympics. But top Nigerian sports officials have called for investigations to the source of the money.
Takasu expressed his displeasure with Nigerian officials, especially with sports minister Solomon Dalung.
He told him to run an investigation on his foundation to check the source of the money.
He made this known in a series of tweets on Sunday:
— 高須克弥 (@katsuyatakasu) August 28, 2016