The Main Organising Committee (MOC) of the forthcoming 18th National Sports Festival in Lagos said yesterday that it would make its observations on facilities for the festival known today.
MOC Secretary-General, Alhaji Abba Yola, disclosed this to newsmen moments after the committee, in conjunction with the festival’s Local Organising Committee (LOC) completed an inspection tour of facilities for the two-week fiesta.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the festival, tagged ‘Eko 2012’ is scheduled to hold from November 27 to December 9.
Chigozie Agbim rejoins Rangers
Nigeria international goalkeeper Chigozie Agbim has rejoined Rangers from Warri Wolves ahead of the new season.
Fellow Nigeria international Sunday Mba will also dump Wolves for the Enugu club.
Both players and some of the players from the past season were at the team’s training on Thursday to sign the dotted lines to feature for the coal city side in the coming season.
“I am here to finish a job I started some seasons back. I pray God to give us the needed luck to deliver the goods,” Agbim told MTNFootball.com
It feels good to be back home and I hope to do my best to help the team achieve something next season. With what I have seen here, I don’t see any team standing in the way of Rangers to lift trophies next season.
Culled from Nigeriamasterweb