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Abia Warriors gets theme song

06 June 2014, 20:00Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Glo Nigerian Premier League side, Abia Warriors FC has composed a theme song as one of the efforts aimed to further improve the club’s rising profile.

Packaged by fledging public relations outfit, SS&B media, the production has the instrumental, chorus and other versions which have been fashioned to ease the mind with danceable rhythm.

Fans had a fill of the song for the first time during Abia Warriors’ home game against Akwa Utd in Umuahia with most of them acknowledging the rhythm by dancing away.

In an interview, the Chairman of the club, Emeka Inyama said the song was produced with international standard in line with the club’s new image.

Inyama said Abia Warriors is being run like a professional outfit compared to what is obtainable abroad, pointing out that with the club’s ultra-modern secretariat which is ICT compliant, a well-furnished club camp and good organizational background, Abia Warriors will continue to lead the way in modern football management.

He commended the team for making the government and people of Abia State as well as their fans all over the world proud with their scintillating performances and urged them not to relent.

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