Fatai Osho has left his role as coach of Nigeria Premier Football League side, Akwa United on Monday, platinumnewsng.com is reporting.
As reported on Monday evening by Nigerian journalist, Mike the Pundit, the former Enyimba manager quit as head coach.
Osho joined the Promise Keepers at the start of the season and found it hard to get things rolling at the club. Akwa United are seated 17th in the relegation zone with 14 points from 14 games this season.
Akwa United lost 1-0 to Heartland away from home in matchday 14 of the NPFL. Edwin Okon is expected to take charge of the Uyo based team in an interim basis.