Tinubu signals new dawn for Super Eagles — Alalade

The Super Eagles’ journey to a record fourth Africa Cup of Nations title in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire has been tacitly bolstered by an unprecedented presidential ‘carte blanche’ issued by President Bola Tinubu, according to the chairman of Karamba Football Club, Ada Land, Osun State, Chief Olusegun Alalade.

Alalade, a financial expert and lawyer, commended President Tinuba and Minister of Sports John Enor for their deliberate and conscious efforts to set a new path of rekindled glory and hope for the Super Eagles with the timely approval of funds ahead of AFCON.

Chief Alalade said the timely release of funds to the team proved to be a new dawn for Nigeria in sports development by the administration of President Tinubu. The President last week announced the release of N12 billion to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to offset all outstanding debts owed by the team as well as cover allowances including medical, travel and accommodation expenses for this year’s AFCON championship.

“As a club owner and sports administrator watching our preparations and Super Eagles participation in the Africa Cup of Nations, the timely release of funds for the AFCON finals assures sports lovers that President Tinubu has a real heart and passion for youth and sports development. I can say with confidence and pride that this is the beginning of a new dream, vision and rekindled hope for our youth,” Alalade said.

Alalade summed up President Tinubu’s noble gesture as a bold move and a testament to transformative leadership towards fostering the development of sports as a true strategic unifying factor.

The Karamba FC boss also urged President Bola Tinubu to proactively engage football club owners and sports philanthropists to give them a new lease of life through special financial and dedicated support at the local level as they are currently in painful but necessary situations. economic reforms.

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“I would like to call on the President through the Minister of Sports that the collective efforts and philanthropic gestures of club owners to train and mobilize local players for national tasks should be given primary focus and prioritized budgetary allocation in line with the welfarist attitudes of President Tinubu.

“I would like to state that the enormous burden of preparing local players to feed the national team goes beyond the labor movement, especially among people in our various communities. Some of the reasons for seeking the support and intervention of the Federal Government include cost of living impacts or the consequences of economic impacts on club owners in preparing players for national league competitions, training, facility management and technical equipment to nurture young talents in realizing their potential to represent Nigeria,” he concluded Alas.

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