biography of Late Hassan Momoh "Kumar" popularly known widely as Hungry Lion


Hungry Lion 

Brief biography of Late Hassan Momoh "Kumar" popularly known widely as Hungry Lion was an Ebira man who was born into the family of Adayi Ohinanyi Ozi Akuta Ozi Obe Oziawunor in Ukowa Okene Eba his father is called Adayi Momoh Ohinanyi and his mother's name was Hajiya Hadiza who hails from kuroko. His strength was legendary, as he could pull a vehicle with a rope tied to his teeth, carry five bags of cement on his chest, and even transport a motorcycle with a rider on his shoulder.

The family later migrated from Ukowa Okene Eba to settle at No 23c behind Alafiya bread bakery Amoka Street Lafiya Okene LGA Kogi State.

The powerful Ebira born Hassan Kumar the Hungry Lion was born in the year 1953 and had his Primary education in a public Primary school at Nagazi Adavi LGA Kogi State and later moved to Kaduna State for his Secondary education accordingly and as time went by he join Army in 1978. "NDA kaduna" 

He was very good and active in several sports especially karate, boxing, etc. Kumar was his sport name. 

In early 80s he used to came home and display talent in primary schools across Ebira land, part of his of display were lifting motorcycles, motorcycle with the motorcyclist, the heaviest machine then call road master was lifted up by him with one hand, he often holds a car with one hand and tell the driver to drive the the car with gear one and move, amazingly he had enough power to stop the car from moving. Lifting different heavy objects tied with a rope with his teeth was childs play for him. 

He married twice, his first wife was an Ebira who gave him his first child "male" who is living at Kuroko presently, and a Hausa woman in Kaduna who was from the then Gongola now Adamawa and Gombe she falls into Adamawa after the States creation, she gave him 5 five children two male and three female making his children 6 six together.

He was very friendly and nice to everyone and fun to be with, his cousin brother Zubairu Shuaibu  testify to have witness his fight in Jos and Bauchi he won both match and he has never recorded defeat in his life time, he was the strongest in Kogi Central when KC was in Kwara State before Kogi State was created.

He have displayed different unimaginable and remarkable show of his extreme power. 

He died as an army officer with two ranks in Chakanchari road Tudun Wada Kaduna State and his remain was brought home and buried in his father's land Ebira Opete.

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