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Mikel: Please let my father 

Mikel: Please let my father

15-08-2011

Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel, whose father was kidnapped on Friday asked the kidnappers to call back to his father alive and well.
"We have not heard anything, no phone calls, nothing. Who took my father or knows where he is please contact me and I hope he will be released. Please let him - my father was an old man and has done nothing wrong to anyone that I know and I do not know why he was kidnapped, "said Mikel to" Sky Sports ". "This happens often, not in northern Nigeria, but in the south. Where we live is safe. I think my father was the first kidnapped in the northern part. "
Although news of his father, Mikel playing in equity against Stoke City 0-0 on Saturday. "It is very difficult. I spoke with the manager who asked me whether I want to play and told him that I wanted. I did not want to mislead the team or club, or my family. If I had not played, I think my mother would be very sad for me. I told some of my teammates today, but most do not know on Saturday. I did not want anyone to come to me and say 'oh, sorry Mikel'. I just wanted to continue with the match. "
"We live in a safe and secure place in Nigeria, so this is a real shock to me. Me and my brother (who also lives in England b.r.) can not believe. I do not know what to do now. It is very difficult for me, "the footballer.



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