Gwagwalada Football Coaches Reward Stakeholders… NLO, NNL also

Gwagwalada Football Coaches Reward Stakeholders… NLO, NNL also
December 05 13:58 2021

The Gwagwalada Football Coaches Council at the weekend held its maiden award night to among other things, recognized those who have contributed positively to the development of football in the Area Council.

Welcoming the visitors to the event, the Leader of Gwagwalada Football Coaches Council Barrister Justice Ayodele said the event becomes imperative considering the impact the various individuals have made in the development of the game at the council. He said that the efforts of these individuals have gone a long way to curb various societal vices in the locality. He appreciated them and implored them not to relent in supporting the youths in attaining their desired heights in the game of football.

Speaking in the same vein, the Chairman of Gwagwalada Football Council Ibrahim Bako, said the award ceremony came at a very auspicious time, that Gwagwalada needed to appreciate the efforts of the the leaders past. He commended the leadership of the Coaches Council for coming up with the idea of rewarding those that have worked tirelessly in putting Gwagwalada in a positive picture of Nigeria Football.

Among the awardees who were present were the Patron of Gwagwalada Football Coaches, Justice Mwanda Balami, who was also the Chairman of the occasion, Barrister Pelumi Olajengbesi, Barrister Ahmed Jalingo, Prince Lugard Oyewole, Coach Godwin Bamigboye, Coach Daniel Oromade who was the first Chairman of FCT Football Coaches, Patrick Ngwaogu who was the first Leader of Gwagwalada Coaches, Thompson Ojukwu, the first Secretary of Gwagwalada Football Coaches Council, Patrick Bassey, the first Gwagwalada player to play up to the national level, and now an U. 15 National team Coach among others.

Special awards were given to Nigeria National League and Nationwide League One.

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