Nasarawa United’s Return to Elite League To Boost State Economy – FA Scribe

Ajegena Akolo Richard

Blessing David, scribe of the Nasarawa State Football Association, has expressed her joy and relief as Nasarawa United returns to the Nigeria Premier Football League. Speaking to the press at the Nnamdi Azikwe Stadium in Enugu, she revealed that the team’s promotion will bring a significant influx of revenue to the state.

According to David, the team’s return to the apex league means more football activities will take place in Lafia, attracting visitors and generating revenue for the state government. She described the team’s relegation last season as a heartbreaking experience, likening it to the death of football in the state.

David’s excitement is palpable as she shares her dream come true. She praised the team’s achievement, noting that their return to the elite league after just one season in the second division is a remarkable feat.

As the state prepares to host various football leagues and tournaments, David welcomes the challenge. With her experience as assistant secretary of the association, she is confident in her ability to manage the increased football activities.

David acknowledged that hosting the NPFL, NNL, NWFL, and NLO will be a busy endeavor but expressed her readiness to take on the task. She emphasized that her team will work tirelessly to ensure the success of these events.

The return of Nasarawa United to the elite league is a significant development for the state’s football scene. Blessing David’s dedication and enthusiasm are a testament to the passion and commitment of the state’s football stakeholders.

As Nasarawa United prepares to take on the best teams in the country, the state government and football association are poised to reap the benefits of their success. With increased revenue and football activities, the future looks bright for football in Nasarawa State.

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