By Gbenga Adeleye
The Ekiti State Sports Council Chairman, Hon. Mrs Olusola Osetoba has charged the All Stars International, Ekiti State Branch not to relent in their efforts to develop sports in the State.
Osetoba said this on Tuesday when the All Stars International led by it President, Dr. Olusola Afolayan paid her a courtesy visit along with her board members to declare their support for the Council Boss in her office.
The Council Boss expressed gratitude and said the visit was timely and it will go down to further build the working synergy between the Sports Council and the All Stars International in areas of sports development in the State.
“On our part, we cannot do this alone, but with your support, I believe we can achieve a common goal because sports is a big business and we need people like you to come in and support us in championing the way forward for sports development in the State.
Dr. Afolayan responding on behalf of the All Stars International, Ekiti State Branch said the courtesy visit to the Sports Council Boss was to identify with her goal of achieving the best in sports development.
“All Stars International are group of ex- footballers as you all know.
“All Stars International will continue to support football and sports development and to make your tenure one of the best.
“I’m delighted to come here to show our support. We have come a long way with the Sports Council and I assure you of our unrelenting support.”
Chief Deji Samo acknowledged the All Stars International on behalf of the Sports Council for their visit and urged them not to relent in making football and Sports a better one in the State.
In attendance were the Ekiti State Sports Council board members, Hon. Mrs Olusola Osetoba (Chairman), Hon. Ojo Oluwadare, Hon Bimpe Adeleke, Hon. Oyebode Tanwa, Hon. Akinlabi Francis, Ajibola Adenike (Information Officer) and Sports Council General Manager, Chief Deji Samo, why the All Stars International had in present, Dr. Olusola Afolayan (President), Aare Oloworemo, James Ayodele, Gbenga Akinwunmi (Ex-President) and Adedeji Adu, Secretary.