Abuja - Abia Warriors FC (Umuahia) chairman, Chief Emeka Inyama, has
congratulated Enyimba International Football Club of Aba for emerging
Champions in this season’s Glo Premier League even with a match to spare.
In a congratulatory letter he addressed to the chairman of Enyimba, Chief Felix
Anyansi Agwu, Chief Inyama, on behalf of Abia Warriors Board noted that
the victory, which was Enyimba’s seventh title in the past 15 years, was
achieved as a result of hardwork and determination by the team.
The Abia Warriors chairman described the league title as a gift to the state
Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu who, he noted, has demonstrated his love for
sports by enormously sponsoring and supporting all sports since he assumed
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He called on Enyimba to carry the spirit of winning to next year’s CAF champions
League and endeavor to bring back the continental trophy which they won
back-to-back in 2003 and 2004, to the country.
In a similar message he sent to the newly sworn-in Abia State Commissioner
for Sports, Chief Chinwe Nwanganga, Chief Inyama said his appointment was well
deserved and a testament to his good performances in the previous positions
While expressing confidence that he will key into Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu’s philosophy
of taking Abia to greater heights in all areas of life, Chief Inyama
promised the club’s support to him to enable him succeed in his latest