Nigerian Forward hospitalized after 6.8 magnitude Earthquake hits Greece
Nigerian and A.P.S. Zakynthos forward Besto Azu was a witness to the powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake that hit western Greece, damaging a port and a 15th-century monastery on Friday morning.
While recounting his ordeal, the D.E.R.S group product revealed that he was admitted in the hospital due to the shock he got from the earthquake as he had never had an experience of such occurrence.
“I was asleep at the time and when I felt the massive tremor I couldn’t move on or from the bed. When I managed to gather myself; the tremor had lasted 10 minutes.
“Eventually, when it stopped everybody had to run outside and I was still in shock, I was panting and my heart rate was intense.
“I was rushed to the hospital, I’m better now and I feel strong Today, but I’m just relieved that nobody was injured,” Azu told Brila fm via the phone.
It would be recalled former Super Eagles Coach Austin Eguavoen has recently penned a deal with Zakynthos.