WNFF/Ogunjobi Memorial U-15 Football Tournament and Awards: Dare, Adebutu, Onigbinde, Soname,others for honour

The Honourable Minister of Youths and Sports ,Chief Sunday Dare  and nine others are to be honored with the Award of Excellence at the maiden edition of Western Nigeria Football Forum/Ogunjobi Memorial U-15 Football Tournament and Awards.

The Awards ceremony slated to hold on the 21st Auguust in Osogbo will attract eminents and notable sports personality within and outside of the Western States of Nigeria.
Information available to the media team of the main organising committee reveals that the Honourable Minister of Youth and Sports will be honoured with award of excellence along with others.
To be honoured for their selfless service to development of Football in the South West alongside the Minister are :Kunle Soname;the CEO Bet8ja ,Chief Adegboye Onigbinde,Chief Segun Odegbami,Chief K.Adebutu,HE Omolade Oluwateru and Mr Yemi Idowu.
Others are:Princess Bola Jegede and Alhaj Ayo Omidiran whose contribution to development and growth of female football ihas no equal and Dr Rafiu Ladipo who has spent over 45byears in football supportership as well as contributing his quota to the success recorded by the various national teams.
According to the statement jointly released by the Co Chairmen for the event,Otunba Tade Azeez and Otunba Dele signed, the Awards ceremony is aimed at appreciating those who served the zone wholeheartedly and still contributing to its quota to the growth of football in the zone and the country at large.
It will be recalled that eight teams will participate in the maiden edition of the tournament with Remo Stars and Katsina U15 team   participating as champions and runners up in the La Liga football tournament along with the each representative of a state scheduled to hold between 16th -21st August in Osogbo.
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