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Published On: Fri, May 23rd, 2014

FCT FA charges Bwari council to emulate Gwagwalada’s football development

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By Albert Akota

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Football Association (FA) has charged Bwari Area council football committee members to emulate its counterpart Gwagwalada Area council football committee members for their strong effort to development football in the territory.

The chairman of the association, Alhaji Musa Talle who gave this charge yesterday in Bwari during inauguration of it committee members, revealed that few months after inauguration of Gwagwalada committee, it had introduced two different leagues to sever as an avenue of discovering young talents players for FCT as well as Nigeria.

“We have inaugurated Gwagwalada, Kuje, AMAC now Bwari, We want Bwari to emulate Gwagwalada Area council because they are doing extremely well, they have be able to introduced two different leagues where young talented players can be discovered for FCT.

“We want them to being transparently in organizing any of their leagues, we also want Bwari Area council to sponsor some of it good players to FOSLA football academy where they can play football and school.

“We still want to charged them for speedily development of football both infrastructure and technical assistant to officials of the game, Telle noted.

Meanwhile, the chairman of the Bwari Area council, Hon. Peter Yohanna who was represented by the council secretary, Mr. Luka Zamuche promised to give maximum financial support to the committee.

He noted that the council has identified it effort to encourage sports development at the grassroots level in order to engage youths from all the wards of the council.

The committee members were Dr. John Shekwoga as chairman, Emmanuel Musa, Felix Samson and Jacob will serve as secretary.


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