By Albert Akota
The twenty five senior students of the FOSLA Academy have been graduated from junior secondary school (JSS) level into senior (SSS) level following the completion of their JSCE NECO examination.
The school which is privately owned by the former president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Alhaji Abdullahi Sani Lulu is aimed at providing youths the endowed with football talents while pursuing their careers in the game.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony at the weekend in the school premises in Karshi, Abuja, chairman of the occasion and former general secretary of NFA, Chief Taiwo Ogunjobi said FOSLA Academy is a place to be, stating the School offers students the opportunity to become the best in life and self-dependent.
The proprietor of the school and former NFF president, Sani Lulu who could not hide his joy, said the school will strive for the empowerment of the youths through their knowledge and skills.
He said his vision is to nurture the students who are mostly on his scholarship both in knowledge and skills (football) to international standards to assist in strengthening Nigeria football from the grass root to international standard.