Gateway Football Club gets advisory committee

The Ogun State Government has inaugurated an 11-man advisory committee that will provide direction for the management of the Gateway Football Club and help the club in its operations.

The State Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Olugbenga Otenuga, while inaugurating the committee, said the revised advisory committee will also determine the club’s structure and organogram.

The committee will be accountable to the State commissioner for Youth and Sports. Members will initially meet monthly; and when the team stabilizes, the committee will meet quarterly.
The revised advisory committee is headed by Adeola Adelanwa, while a former Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Association, Kashimawo Laloko, is the Vice-Chairman.

Other members are Segun Odegbami, Tunji Onatolu, Demola Makanjuola, Seun Omotayo, Niyi Olatidoye, Muyiwa Osuntolu, and Yomi Opakunle, while the General Manager of the Club, Gboyega Okegbenro will serve as Secretary.

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