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NFF to host Corporate Nigeria in Lagos

21 October 2014, 16:22Israel Ojoko

Lagos - The new Executive Committee of Nigeria Football Federation is expected to take it bonding with partners and potential partners to a new height on Friday when it hosts the crème-de-la-crème of Corporate Nigeria to a grand ball in Lagos.

The event will start at 5pm at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island.

NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, said on Tuesday: “It is a special event, at which we want to sell our new direction to the top-of-the-range family of Corporate Nigeria. We are also going to sell transparency, accountability and probity and tell them that we have come with a totally different way of doing things.

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“When corporate organisations know that their money will be put to judicious use, they are keen to partner with you.”

Sports Minister, Tammy Danagogo, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Sports, Senator Adamu Gumba and the Chairman of House Committee on Sports, Godfrey Gaiya will team up with the NFF team to make their case to the prospective investors.

Already, a big buzz is rocking Corporate Nigeria with a number of top figures confirmed for the big show. Oba Otudeko, Chairman of Honeywell Group and one –time Chairman of Association of Shareholders of Nigeria, is among the big names expected.

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