Nwaomucha Picks Form For Delta State Football Association Chairmanship

By OBASEKI ANTHONY in Warri on September 6, 2020

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A former Senior Special Assistant to Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on Sports, Mr. Kenneth Nwaomucha, has picked a form for the Delta State Football Association (FA) chairmanship election.

The ex-junior international, who has been in the state FA Board for 16 years, played for defunct NNPC FC, Delta Stars and Flash Flamingos.

The Hussey College Warri Principals Cup product popularly called Ken by fans said the reason he is in the race is to complete the second tenure for the Delta North.

“Jay Jay Okocha is from Delta North and he did not complete the second tenure as chairman and I want to complete it. You see, football has been all my life and my people from Delta North want me to occupy the position meant for the area,” Nwaomucha, who is also the Chairman, Delta State Youth Federation, said in Warri.

•PHOTO: Delta FA chairmanship candidate Kenneth Nwaomucha 

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 6, 2020


 

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