The 23-year-old center-back takes permission on 28th December 2020 and he has not to return to the club.
According to the statement released on the Kano Pillars official website stated that.
“Chairman of Kano Pillars, Alhaji Surajo Shaaibu Yahaya Jambul said Chinedu went missing from the club camp for the past two weeks without any reason.
“He permitted by the technical adviser of the club, Emmanuel Lionel Soccoia to see his family for medical reasons on 28th December 2020 for four days and he was given leave after the Sai Masu Gida’s Match Day One away to Adamawa Utd at the Pantami Stadium.
“Alhaji Surajo Shaaibu said since then, nobody knows the whereabouts of the player and has never communicated to anybody at the club.
“The club has now given him between now to the next three days to report back to the camp, failure to do so will attract stiffer punishment from the part of the club.
“The management of the club is doing its very best in protecting the interest and welfare of the players and will not accept any move from any quarter to sabotage our efforts’, Jambul explained.
“He warned all the players in the club to remain focus on the task ahead of them and assured that the management would continue doing its possible best in moving the club forward.
Chinedu becomes the second players report missing after Muhammad Abdallah Hussain of Nasarawa United FC.