Charges team on improved performance in second round of NPFL!

A staunch supporter of Dakkada Football Club, Mr. Utitofon Edoho, has donated various gift items to the NPFL outfit.

Edoho, who is the political leader of zone-c of Esit Eket LGA of Akwa Ibom state, made the donation, Tuesday, when he visited the team’s training ground at Nest of Champions, Uyo.

Represented by the Media Manager of Dakkada FC, Comrade Edidiong Stephen, Utitofon noted that he became a proud supporter of the football club because of their penchant for discovering and developing grassroots talents.

“I became your faithful supporter after I realised that you have consistently been in the business of giving opportunity to grassroots talents, who do not have anyone to speak for them, and helping them grow in their career in line with the Dakkada philosophy of our Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel”. “I am delighted to note that, that your policy has yielded good results with a good number of footballers at various NPFL clubs and some of those abroad being documented to have used Dakkada FC as springboard to their success”, he said.

The political leader, who was the Special Guest of Honour when Dakkada defeated Sunshine Stars by 2-1 in Uyo on matchday eight, pledged further support to the team and entreated them to work hard in order to wriggle themselves out of the ebb of the NPFL table.

“I hope that these donated items will put a spring in your steps and spur you on to work harder in order to wriggle yourselves out of the lower end of the NPFL table”. “I hereby assure you of my continuous support at all times … God bless you all”, he added.

The gift items include twenty-five pieces of balls and other training equipment, various packs of bottled water, energy and malt drinks, among others.

Dakkada will resume the second round of the 2022/2023 with a home fixture against Niger Tornadoes on Sunday, March 25.

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