Sports Council Chairman, Osetoba Dissolves All Board of Sporting Association in Ekiti State

By Gbenga Adeleye

Chairman, Ekiti State Sports Council, Hon. Mrs Olusola Osetoba has dissolved All Board of Sporting Association in the State.

According to a statement, signed and made available to sport journalist from the council’s office read: “l am directed to inform you that all Board of Sporting Association in Ekiti Stand dissolved from today, 9th June, 2021.

“Please be informed that a new board will be reconstituted in line with government new thinking of aggressive sponsorship drive and discovery of new budding talents, in preparations for the 21st National Sports Festival coming up in Asaba, Delta State in year 2022 and National Youth games in Ilorin

“Our recent performance at the 20th National Sports Festival can be improved upon with virile and active Sporting Association,” the statement read.

Osetoba added that she is ready to bring out the best in Ekiti Sports and all hands must be on deck to ensure grassroots sports development across the sixteen local government areas of the State.

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