The management of Aklosendi Int’l FC Lafia were in the office of the Nasarawa State FA Tuesday morning headed by the club CEO and chairman David Faith Allu in company of his other management staff.
The visit was to show appreciation to the Nasarawa State FA for it support in the just concluded Nigeria club football season which was the maiden season for the first privately owned club to play in the NNL from Nasarawa State Aklosendi .
The club chairman David Allu was full of praises to the state FA under the chairmanship of Mohammed Alkali popularly known as SK, who doubles as the Chairman of the Nigeria Nationwide League One (NLO?)
According to Faith David Allu , the Nigeria National League which is the second tier of Nigerian club football gave Aklosendi some lessons which the club has learned and will put to use in the coming season.
The maiden edition in the NNL was not as easy as we thought , But we were able to deal with the terrain of the League with the aid of the Nasarawa State FA .
According to Aklosendi’s owner, the club showed they were equal to the task as they were able to score more goals in the league making it the best attacking team, scoring 27 goals .
Mr Faith Allu was also full of praises to the Alkali led board for giving Nasarawa state an opportunity to experience more of footballing activities in the state as we have been able to see more clubs from Nasarawa in all tiers of football in the country .
Mr Faith David Allu used that opportunity to introduce the newly appointed Aklosendi coach after the exit of Adams Usman and Moga Stephen. And in the same vein the team has resumed ahead of the new season.
The Nasarawa state FA Chairman, Mohammed Alkali was delighted with the visit and in turn showered encomiums to Aklosendi for not forgetting it roots.
According to the FA chairman, Aklosendi Int’l FC also gave the state FA some prestige to be respected in some quarters and has also done the state proud in picking boys off the street in the state to give them the stepping stone to their future which they never thought will come.
The state FA Chairman also welcome the new coach of Aklosendi Int’l fc and urge the coach to take Aklosendi to the next level with his wealth of experience.
Alkali also said if there will be more of Mr Faith David Allu football in Nasarawa State will be a thing of envy by other state, because it is not an easy task to have so many people under payroll which he prays for the club to continue to succeed in all boundaries which the FA will always extend hands of support and friendship .