The Nigeria Football Association wll get a new secretariat.
A statement by the Commission’s Director of Press and Public Relations, Tony Ohaeri, said the Director-General, Patrick Ekeji, announced this while unveiling the customised giant jersey of the Super Eagles. The jersey bears signatures of many Nigerians from all walks of life.
According to the statement, the jersey will be presented to President Goodluck Jonathan who will formally display the artifact at the inauguration of the new NFA complex.
In the statement, Mr. Ekeji commended the Director-General of the National Orientation Agency, NOA, Mike Omeri, who presented the jersey to him.
He lauded the unique concept as an expression of a practical initiative and first of its kind in the history of sports in Nigeria.
According to the statement, the NOA director-general urges Nigerians to be patient with the president’s transformation agenda, to reap the benefits of democracy.
“Nigeria is on a super drive to success as part of the president’s transformation agenda. With patience, [we] will reap the dividends of this administration.
“Sports provide the enabling environment for Nigerians to really demonstrate unity in diversity. It is the strength of Nigeria,” Mr. Ekeji said.
It added that the NOA boss described the jersey as the sample of the love for the nation by Nigerians and called on citizens to extend it to other sectors of national life.
The secretariat is inside the Package B of the National Stadium Complex, close to the FIFA Technical Centre, also known as the FIFA Goal Project.