Abidjan - Officials of the Super Eagles and the League
Management Company (LMC) are involved in a two-day 'Integrity in Sport Workshop
for West Africa' seminar taking place in Abidjan, capital of Cote d'Ivoire.
Nigeria Football Federation officials alongside Super Eagles
Assistant Coach, Daniel Amokachi, Shehu Dikko of the LMC and Christian Emeruwa,
Special Assistant to NFF General Secretary are participants of the seminar.
The regional workshop, which is organised by FIFA, with the
theme 'Tackling Match-Fixing and Corruption in Football', has the objectives of
developing knowledge and understanding of the global threat from match-fixing
and irregular/illegal betting and its impact at regional and national level;
identifying current good practice and ways of preventing match-fixing and
corruption in football and more effectively protect the future of the game.
It also include further encouraging global, regional and national
bodies associated with football to work together more effectively in
partnerships, regularly sharing information and taking action to prevent
The seminar starts on Thursday, 10th April and ends on
Friday, 11th April.
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