Dare pledges Ministry’s assist to NFF to make Flamingos world champions at senior stage

With a purpose to make world champions of World Cup bronze medallists, Flamingos given their innate expertise and abilities and demonstrated skill, the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports activities Growth will present most assist and encouragement to the Nigeria Soccer Federation because the gamers graduate from one stage to a different.

This pledge was contained within the remarks of the Honourable Minister of Youth and Sports activities, Hon. Sunday Dare as he hosted the bronze medallists of the recently-concluded 7th FIFA U17 Girls’s World Cup finals, Flamingos of Nigeria on the Moshood Abiola Nationwide Stadium on Tuesday. 

“We commend you for the best way you carried out with out worry and held up the flag to win a historic bronze for our nation on this competitors. I reward the NFF for the assist to the crew proper from their screening by the qualifiers and to the preparations for ultimate tenting in Turkey and the ultimate event in India. We should additionally commend the teaching crew for his or her steadfastness in imparting the proper data to the gamers.

“I will probably be pleased to see these gamers graduate from this stage to the U20 after which to the senior crew, as a result of they’ve the abilities and expertise, and demonstrated skill to do very properly. The Ministry will give NFF the proper assist to attain that. They’ve served properly nearly as good ambassadors of our nation on and off the pitch.”

Earlier, President of the NFF, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau had launched the crew to the Minister, recalling the crew’s exploits throughout the qualifying marketing campaign and on the ultimate competitors in India, describing the gamers as “younger, energetic, vibrant, optimistic and promising.”

The Everlasting Secretary within the Ministry, Alhaji Ismaila Abubakar, hailed the crew for “performing so splendidly properly” to make Nigeria proud, and noticed that its success was attributable to synergy and telepathy, which must be credited to the teaching crew.

Captain of the crew, Alvine Dah-Zossu expressed appreciation to the Ministry and the NFF, and thanked Nigerians from all walks of life who prayed for and wished the crew properly in India.

Additionally on the event had been Chief Felix Anyansi-Agwu (NFF 1st Vice President); Dr. Mohammed Sanusi (Basic Secretary); Mr. Timothy Henman (NFF Board Member); Dr. Simon Ebhojiaye (Director, FEADS); Engineer Olatunji Okedairo (Director, Services); Alhaji Musa Jafaar (Director, Human Assets); Mr. Segun Oke (Director of Procurement); Chairmen of the Soccer Associations of Gombe and Kwara States and; Ms Mary Onyali (SA to the Hon. Minister).

Earlier, on arrival on the Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, the gamers and their officers had been obtained by Chief Felix Anyansi-Agwu (NFF 1st Vice President), Dr. Mohammed Sanusi (Basic Secretary); Ademola Olajire (Director of Communications); Barnabas Joro (Head of Protocol); Dayo Enebi Achor (Head of Worldwide); Toyin Ibitoye (Particular Assistant to the Hon. Minister) and; Emmanuel Ayanbunmi (Chief Protocol Officer).

Chief Anyansi-Agwu gave kudos to the crew for his or her wonderful conduct on and off the sphere of play in India and warranted them that the Authorities and other people of Nigeria, in addition to the NFF, are happy with their accomplishments. 

A dummy cheque of the sum of N3million promised the crew by Tremendous Eagles’ captain Ahmed Musa was introduced to the gamers and officers on the airport. Chairman of the NFF Activity Pressure on Youth Competitions, Alhaji Aminu Balele Kurfi promised the crew the sum of $10,000.

The Presidency will host the crew at a later date.



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