Prolific striker Adamu Hassan popularly known as Baba Ramatu has accepted to return to his boyhood club Nasarawa United from Kano Pillars after serious discussions.
Nasarawa United Chairman, Barr. Isaac Danladi, made the disclosure to the club’s media department that the player who has been subject of interest from various clubs agreed to return to his club of origin
after leaving the Solid Miners some seasons ago.
Barr. Danladi stressed that despite Kano Pillars playing in the continent this coming season, the mobile attacker chose to join Nasarawa United to help them win laurels next season.
He described the move as ground breaking as the player will bring his wealth of experience to bear and add to the attacking prowess of the team, having helped Kano Pillars to win trophies in the past.
This development now puts to rest the many interests from top NPFL clubs in need of the services of the Nasarawa State-born skilful striker.
Details of his unveiling will be made public soon.