Lawmakers, stakeholders brainstorm on Kwara United’s performance

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Kwara football stakeholders today (July 6, 2019) at the Kwara State House of Assembly, advocated for the entrenchment of club management culture that will support the indigenization of Kwara United FC, especially the playing staff.

The Public Hearing, held at the Press Center, Shehu Usman Complex, Kwara State House of Assembly was instituted by the House Committee on Youth, Sports, Culture, Tourism and Information to draw a roadmap for ensuring the club is repositioned for excellence.

Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Awolola Ayokunle in his opening address said that the forum was for fact finding, and not to witch-hunt anybody.

He said that the dwindling performance of the club calls for serious concern, especially to justify the investment of government on the club.

The hearing was the first major attempt by the House to address issues surrounding the performance of the club since it’s introduction in 1997.

The Chairman of the club, Prince Oladimeji Ladi Thompson, while highlighting on the perfKWHA, stakeholders brainstorm on Kwara United’s performance

Kwara football stakeholders today at the Kwara State House of Assembly, advocated for the entrenchment of club management culture that will support the indigenization of Kwara United FC, especially the playing staff.

The Public Hearing, held at the Press Center, Shehu Usman Complex, Kwara State House of Assembly was instituted by the House Committee on Youth, Sports, Culture, Tourism and Information to draw a roadmap for ensuring the club is repositioned for excellence.

Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Awolola Ayokunle in his opening address said that the forum was for fact finding, and not to witch-hunt anybody.

He said that the dwindling performance of the club calls for serious concern, especially to justify the investment of government on the club.

The hearing was the first major attempt by the House to address issues surrounding the performance of the club since it’s introduction in 1997.

The Chairman of the club, Prince Oladimeji Ladi Thompson, while highlighting on the performance of the club, said that inconsistent funding and transportation problems are the major factors that affected the team in the just concluded season.

Other issues raised by the stakeholders include early preparation for league and competitions, adequate motivation and support.

Among the groups of stakeholders represented at the gathering are the Ministry of Sports, Fans and Supporters of the Club, the FA, Referees, Coaches, Players’ Union, former handlers of the team and others.ormance of the club, said that inconsistent funding and transportation problems are the major factors that affected the team in the just concluded season.

Other issues raised by the stakeholders include early preparation for league and competitions, adequate motivation and support.

Among the groups of stakeholders represented at the gathering are the Ministry of Sports, Fans and Supporters of the Club, the FA, Referees, Coaches, Players’ Union, former handlers of the team and others.

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