SWITZERLAND, MAY 09 – The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, has provided support to football clubs in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic ravaging the entire world presently.
Pallatives were handed out to representatives of 14 different clubs and two communities in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The clubs which are spread across Nigeria National League, Nigerian Nationwide League One and FCT League (academies) cadres, included Supreme Court FC, EFCC FC, Abuja Female United, FOSLA FC, Bimo Sporting Club, Wazobia FC, Setraco FC, Goodland FC, Fire Service FC, NYSC FC, FWC Champion Club, Abees Academy, Casmat Academy and WACO Academy. Garki Village and Karamajiji communities also benefited from the package.
Items such as rice, beans, Indomie noodles, cooking oil and canned tomatoes were presented at the football body’s headquarters inside the MKO Abiola National Stadium and the NFF General Secretary, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi, used the medium to clarify that the palliatives were the initiatives of the NFF as its own relief to a number of stakeholder-clubs and not procured from the $500,000 that world body, FIFA has promised to send to member-associations.
The Nigeria Football Federation has handed out palliatives to representatives of 14 different clubs and two communities in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja as token support in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic ravaging the entire world presently.